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  • The Auburn Edition

    Check this out: the 2018-19 issue of The Auburn Edition, AJHS's literary magazine, is officially out! This issue features art, fiction, photography, and poetry created by over 30 AJHS students. The magazine was designed by The Auburn Edition's staff, and copies have been distributed to English teachers, staff members, and students with work in the magazine. Our students at AJHS are so incredibly talented, so please enjoy reading and viewing all their amazing works! Click here to download a PDF of The Auburn Edition.

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  • AHS Summer Assignments

    Click here to go the the Summer Assignments website for any assignments you may need for an AHS class. 

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  • 9th & 10th Grade Advanced English Summer Reading

    All 8th grade students taking Advanced English 9 in the 2019-20 school year need to complete the summer reading assignment. Students will read two books from the provided list. Please click here to download a PDF with more information. There will be a test over the two books on the first day of school. If you have questions, click here to email Mrs. Stewart.

    All 9th grade students taking Advanced English 10 in the 2019-20 school year need to complete the summer reading. Click here for a PDF with more information.

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  • Exam Schedule Spring 2019

    Exams will be given in all classes according to the following schedule:

    • Thursday, May 16: 1st and 2nd block alternating day classes, Blue Day
    • Friday, May 17: 3rd and 4th block alternating day classes, White Day
    • Monday, May 20: All 1st and 2nd block Blue Day classes
    • Tuesday, May 21: All 3rd and 4th block White Day classes
    • Wednesday, May 22: First Day of Summer!
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  • Medication Pick-up Information

    With the 2018-2019 school year coming to a close if your child/children has medication at school, it is important for you to stop by the School Nurse’s office to pick up the medication/s.

    A parent and/or adult must be the one to pick up medication/s. For safety reasons your child will not be allowed to pick up their medication/s. Medications not retrieved by the deadline will be discarded consistent with federal guidelines set by the Office of National Drug Control Policy.

    The deadline to pick up is May 22ndby Noon. After that there will not be a school nurse available.

    Click here to download a PDF with additional details.

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  • 2019 SCORE Summer Camps

    Parents, please click here to download a PDF of information about the SCORE Summer Camps. Camps take place throughout the summer on topics such as 3D printing, robotics, drones, and more. Additional information is available at scoreau.org.

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  • Student ID Badges

    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.

    Click here for a link to My School Bucks to pay for a replacement badge and/or lanyard.

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  • AJHS Podcast

    The Broadcast Podcast releases each Monday. Check back often!

    Click here for Episode 01: Are iPads making learning better at AJHS?

    Additional Episodes can be found here as well!

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  • Yearbooks

    Yearbooks are currently on sale. To purchase your copy, click here to go to yearbookordercenter.com and type in Job #1753. Yearbooks are $40 through December and $45 if purchased after that. 

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  • AJHS is an Alabama Bicentennial School

    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 go to the Alabama Bicentennial webpage.

    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.

    Students in the Friends of Baptist Hill group at the Lee County Courthouse doing research


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  • AJHS Literary Magazine Accepting Submissions

    The Auburn Edition, AJHS's literary magazine, has officially started accepting submissions. Unlike last year, we will only create one issue this year. It will be a 60-page magazine that will be distributed (through iBooks) in April. So, until December 14th, we are looking for student work for our staff to evaluate. 
    We are accepting submissions of photography, artwork, poetry, and fiction and nonfiction stories. We would love to see a variety of students across campus submit their work so we can showcase all the awesome talent we have here at AJHS. 
    Students can see Ms. Ferrell (9101) or Mrs. Landers (808) between classes or during advisory to get a release form and submit their work.
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