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  • Additional iPad Drop Off Date

    Thank you to everyone who has dropped off their iPad this week.  It was great being able to see some of your faces and say hello!  

    If you were unable to turn your iPad in this week, please bring it by the front of the school on Wednesday, May 27th from 10:00am-2:00pm.  Please remember to clear your passcode before you turn in your iPad.

    We hope you all have a great summer!!!

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  • Sports Announcements

    Check out our new website www.auburnhightigers.org for information regarding all ACS sports!

    Are you interested in playing volleyball for Auburn this fall? If so, we need your information! Pending public health directives and in accordance with AHSAA and ACS safety guidelines, AHS volleyball is making plans for summer in preparing for next season, beginning as soon as June 8.  Details will be published on www.auburnhightigers.org as they become available. For now, please fill out the attached form! We look forward to seeing you soon! Click here for the Auburn High Volleyball Sign Up

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  • End of Year Procedures

    Beginning Monday, May 18th, we will begin collecting/distributing student materials to close out our 2019-2020 school year.  Please see the specific information below:

    Students will come to campus on the following schedule:
    Monday, May 18th - 9am-5pm - 9TH GRADE STUDENTS WITH LAST NAMES A-K
    Tuesday, May 19th - 9am-5pm - 9TH GRADE STUDENTS WITH LAST NAMES L-Z
    Wednesday, May 20th - 9am-5pm - 8TH GRADE STUDENTS WITH LAST NAMES A-K
    Thursday, May 21st - 9am-5pm - 8TH GRADE STUDENTS WITH LAST NAMES L-Z
    Parents/Guardians will pull through the front bus loop and stop at each station.  Parents/Guardians and student will NOT exit their vehicle.
    Station 1: Drop Off - textbooks, library books, teacher materials (classroom library books), etc.
    Station 2: Pick Up - locker contents, PE locker contents, art projects, etc.
    Station 3: iPad Check - Asset tag information, physical inventory of device, pick up ziploc bag
    Station 4: iPad Drop Off - Drop off iPad in SEALED ziploc bag.
    Station 5: Band - more information coming from Mr. Wine for these students.
    Students will on turn in their school-issued iPad and keyboard.  We will not collect chargers at this time.  Students - PLEASE CLEAR YOUR PASSCODE BEFORE TURNING IN YOUR IPAD.  If the iPad is returned with physical damage, students must pay for the repairs via myschoolbucks.com.  Please see the repair cost chart below:
    Missing iPad - $374.50
    Missing/Damaged/Incorrect Keyboard - $50.00
    Missing/Damaged Case and Keyboard - $100.00
    *Damaged Screen - $100.00 (*Note:  $100 is an estimated cost to repair a cracked/shattered screen.  Depending on the severity of the damage underneath the glass, the cost of repair may be higher, in which you will be notified.)   
      - All unpaid fees will be recorded in iNOW and will follow the student through graduation until payment has been collected.
    We look forward to seeing some familiar faces next week.  Study hard and finish strong!!!
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  • Summer Assignments

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  • Summer Dates

    Parents, please note the following dates!

    Parents are encouraged to attend one of the following Orientation Sessions in the AJHS Auditorium.

    • July 21 at 5:30
    • July 23 at 5:30
    • July 27 at 11:30

    Schedule Pick-up will be July 28 in the AJHS Cafe.

    • 9th grade 9-11am
    • 8th grade 2-4 pm

    Meet the Teacher will be August 6, 2-4pm.

    Curriculum Night will be August 25, 6-8pm. Please bring a copy of your student's schedule.

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  • Summer 2020 Information

    Update 5/14/20:

    Unfortunately, due to the precautions we will be taking to help maintain clean facilities and ensure the safety of our students as well as faculty, we have had to limit the number of students allowed to take Summer ACCESS classes and it is already full.  Since the students will be coming to the school to at least take tests and quizzes, we can only have so many students signed up to be able to maintain those parameters we have set in place.  We do apologize, but hope that this will help us to have the safest summer possible!

    Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time. 

    We will be offering Summer ACCESS courses this summer! There are some things that have changed with the policies regarding Summer ACCESS due to our unique circumstances and everything that is going on so please be sure to read this whole announcement if you are interested in registering for a course!

    Registration for Summer ACCESS classes will begin on Monday, May 11th at 8:30 a.m. and close on May 22nd at 3:00 p.m.  You will register by logging on to My School Bucks and paying for either a full credit ($100) or half credit ($50) course.  After paying for the course, you will be emailed a form to fill out regarding the specific class that you are interested in taking.  Please be sure to check the email that you have listed on My School Bucks to access this form. Click here to see the course listing.

    ACCESS classes will begin on June 8th. Due to the limited amount of time that students will be able to work and the limited number of students allowed on campus, we are limiting students to ONE ACCESS class this summer. Summer ACCESS classes are only for students who have FINISHED the 9th grade.

    Students will be REQUIRED to come to the school to take quizzes and tests.  Due to the fact that we will be limiting the number of students allowed on campus, the student will be REQUIRED to contact their counselor beforehand to schedule a time to come to the school to take these tests and quizzes. 

    Please let your counselor know if you have any questions!


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  • Information for 2020-21 School Year

    Updates for tryouts and applications will be posted here.

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  • WebEx for Students

    As most of you have heard, Auburn City Schools will be moving to WebEx for our video conferencing tool.  WebEx offers additional security for our students and faculty as a resource during our distance learning adventure.  Here is a quick tutorial of how students will set up WebEx on their iPads.

    WebEx for Students

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  • iPad Helpdesk

    Students, we now have a digital helpdesk for iPad issues and problems. Once you have submitted your ticket, a technician will contact you and coach you through the issue.

    Click here to access the Helpdesk. This link can also be found in the For Students menu.

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  • Distance Learning Plan

    Parents and students, please click here to view a PDF of ACS Superintendent's Dr. Cristen Herring's Distance Learning Plan.

    Click here for additional resources that Alabama Public Television has created that correlates to K-12 content standards.  

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  • Extended Closure Communication

    Teachers and other school staff are using Schoology as a primary communication tool during the extended closure. Students should be checking Schoology’s updates and messages regularly during this time. Please call the school if there is a reason you cannot access Schoology.

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  • Message from AJHS Counselors

    The counseling team at Auburn Junior High School would like to extend our well wishes to each of your families in the coming weeks.  We miss your students tremendously and hope to see all of their smiling faces very soon back at school.

    During this unprecedented time in our country and our community, we want to continue to serve our families and students.  While we don’t post grades or update Schoology pages as much as the teachers do, we wanted to reach out to let you know that we are still very much here ready to serve your families.  We want to help your students through this time that can be riddled with anxiety and uncertainty. 

    There are many ways we as counselors can be contacted when needed during this time.  First of all, please reach out by email to your student’s respective counselors (breakdown listed below).  Also, students or parents can reach out to us via Schoology platform through the messaging tool.  We will be checking our email and Schoology messages primarily during regular school hours. The following is a breakdown of the alphabet pertaining to student’s last name:

    We have also compiled a list of various resources to best help your students cope with uncertainty, worrying, and feelings of disappointment.  We will continue to send out more resources as we come by them.  Please be sure to check out our twitter page (@AJHSCOUNSELORS) for regular updates and posting of resources!

    Please don’t hesitate to contact us if there is a specific need you have for your student or your family.  We are here to be a support and want to reach out a helping hand during this difficult time!

    Thank you,

    Auburn Junior High School Counseling Team

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  • Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

    AJHS is pleased to announce the launch of Say Something Anonymous Reporting System, a program sponsored by Sandy Hook Promise, to educate, empower, and protect students who may harm themselves or others. Click here to download a PDF and read more about this initiative. Click here to go to the YouTube video that introduced students to this initiative.

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  • Student ID Badges

    Students and teachers are required to wear their AJHS issued ID badge at all times on the AJHS campus. Replacement ID badges can be purchased for $5 in the AJHS library 7:45-9:00 daily. Replacement lanyards are $1 each. Click here to pay on My School Bucks.

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