The staff of AJHS’s literary magazine is proud to present this year’s issue of The Auburn Edition. The magazine showcases the creativity of our very own eighth and ninth students through artwork, poems, stories, and photography. Check out the issue for some amazing work by AJHS students! You can access it by downloading a PDF here, on Schoology, or on Sora!
The returning student registration window for the 2022-2023 school year is Monday, April 11, through Monday, May 23. New student registration opens Friday, April 15.
Parents/guardians will receive their student SNAPCODE for enrollment via email. Emails will be sent beginning the afternoon of Monday, April 11. Contact your child/children's school(s) if you need your SNAPCODE.
If you are registering a new student, click here to set up an account and begin registration. You can find more information on the Auburn City Schools homepage.
All summer assignments for rising 9th grade courses will be posted here as they are received. Rising 10th graders can find summer assignments on the AHS webpage by clicking here. Continue to check the website for updates. Rising 8th graders are not required to complete summer assignments.
Counselors are working with 9th grade students during the week of March 14-18 about moving to Auburn High School, including graduation requirements, calculating GPA, and selecting courses. UPDATE: Courses should be selected by March 20. Please click here to download an informational presentation for 9th grade students.
Counselors are visiting 8th grade classrooms during the week of February 22-25, and will be sending home information with students regarding 9th grade course selection. Current 8th grade parents, please click here to watch a video concerning 9th grade course registration. Counselors are visiting 8th grade classrooms this week, and will be sending home information with your students.
January's academic sessions for rising 8th grade students were virtual. Parents are invited to click here to watch a recording from Mr. Reed, Auburn Junior High School Principal, and Mr. Payne, AJHS Counselor regarding 8th grade course options.
All students received a new ID badge and lanyard in their advisory class on January 6, a blue day. Old badges and lanyards that are in good condition can be kept in your backpack as a back-up. Badges that are broken or the photo, name, or bar codes are damaged should be thrown away. Beginning on January 6, replacement ID badges with a lanyard will be $5 and replacement orange or blue lanyards only will be $1. They can be purchased on My School Bucks or in the morning in the library with cash.
Students and teachers are required to wear their AJHS issued ID badge at all times on the AJHS campus. Students who need to pay for lost or damaged badges can do so on My School Bucks, and badges will be delivered to students first block. Click here to pay on My School Bucks. If paying cash, please bring exact change to the library between 7:50-8:15.
PowerSchool Parent Portal is now open. Your student received a letter on 8/31 in Advisory that includes detailed instructions to set up your personal PowerSchool parent account. This will allow you to check your child’s grades using any internet web browser or the PowerSchool app.
To access this information you will need to set up your account on a computer (please note that initial setup cannot be completed on a mobile device) using the unique password and login information provided on the letter. Once you have created an account, you will be able to use the four character code at the bottom of your letter to connect to your child's account to the PowerSchool app.
If you did not receive a letter, please email your student's counselor. Our teachers and other staff are also new to this system and we appreciate your patience as we are learning together.