Congratulations to Sena Nane, Aubrey O'Bryant, Lucy Taylor, Audrey Caldwell, Kaley Jaye and Ester Kim. They have been selected for the 2019 Alabama State Department of Education's Superintendant's Art Show. Six of the sixteen pieces selected are from Auburn Junior High School artists. Their pieces will be displayed at the Old Supreme Court Library of the Alabama State Capitol from February 1-22.
We hope you’ll come support the AJHS & AHS Show Choirs this Friday night at 6:00 p.m. for their annual Preview Show in the AHS Auditorium.
Adult tickets: $10/ ACS Student tickets: $5
Scoliosis screening will take place the last week of January. A permission form will be sent home with your student’s report card on 1/10. If you would like your student screened please return the form signed on the line that indicates you want student screened. If the form is not returned student will NOT be screened.
Beginning Monday, January 7, 2019, all students and staff at AJHS will be required to wear a school-provided badge. Students will receive badges from their math teacher. Please click here to open a PDF of the ID policy.
Congratulations to the Auburn Junior High School Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Rebecca Vining! Mrs. Vining teaches our students who are gaining fluency with English. She teaches, advocates for, and supports her students tirelessly. She works with many teachers across campus to make sure that her students have the best opportunities for learning that they can. Colleagues appreciate Mrs. Vining for her work with Esperanze House and during the summer in an ESL program and for being "always accesible to teachers when we have questions." She frequently gets to know students' families and helps them navigate their community and school life with confidence. We are so proud of her!
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Auburn Junior High School is an Alabama Bicentennial School grant winner. Students and teachers are working on a Friends of Baptist Hill Cemetery project.
Click here to email Mr. Morgan. If you have family members buried at Baptist Hill, we'd especially like for you to get in touch!
Students in the Friends of Baptist Hill group took a trip on December 14th to the Lee County Courthouse, where they looked up records. They also visited the Museum of East Alabama and the Cooper Memorial Library.