Reminder that Friday is a student/staff holiday. Enjoy the time off!
Friday, May 2nd is the day across the state when students and teachers are encouraged to wear college t-shirts.
Come join AHS Baseball on Thursday night for Senior Night at the baseball game. Come out to help us celebrate our wonderful seniors at their last home game.
Celebration starts at 6:30 with game to follow at 7:00.
AP Testing Information:
If your child has registered to take an AP exam, it is mandatory that they attend one of the pre-administration sessions next week. Sessions will be held after school in the Cafeteria Monday, April 21 and Wednesday, April 23. One session will also be offered Tuesday, April 22 at 7:00 am in the library. They will last approximately 30 minutes. They will need a #2 pencil.
Please make arrangements and mark your calendar for your student to attend one of these sessions.
Students only have to attend one pre-administration session. If counselors have come to their history classes to do the pre-administration, they do not have to attend another.
Under "Documents" on the left are the updated individual campus sheets of bond projects. Information about district wide projects is also posted. For more information, go to www.aisd.net/bond
WE WANT YOUR FEEDBACK:
As we focus on Continuous Improvement, we need your feedback! The 2nd Parent Satisfaction Survey is now available. It can be accessed online at [ https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/AISD_ParentSurvey_3_2014 ]
The AISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to place a $663.1 million bond package on the May 10 ballot. Information is listed below. More information can be found at http://www.aisd.net/bond.
School Report Card for AHS for the 2012-2013 school year is on the left under "Documents". This information is provided by the Texas Education Agency!
Great things are happening at AHS
Colts participating and winning! Kick 'em!
The 16 students listed below took the 2013 PSAT in October and met the requirements to enter the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program. These high performers have shown outstanding academic potential. Out of 1.5 million entrants, each of these students is among the 50,000 highest-scoring participants who will be recognized the fall of their senior year. Of the 50,000 high scorers nationwide, about 16,000 will be named National Merit Semifinalists, and approximately 34,000 others will be named National Merit Commended Scholars.
What a great day to be a Colt! Please congratulate these 16 outstanding students:
Alice Ran Z.
Monika Y.won the Dell Scholarship - this means that she will receive $20,000 to complete her higher education over the course of six years. This program, however, is much more than just a cash handout- the Scholars Program will provide students with “technology, a private scholar networking community, resources, and mentoring to ensure they have the support they need to achieve their college degrees Monika will be attending UTA this fall prusing a degree in Biology.
Coach Covert says the AHS Girls Golf team is "Great bunch of girls..."
Erica L.came in 2nd place in district
Elizabeth S. will also be representing AHS at regionals
The team came in 3rd place.
Boys Golf Update: Good luck to Cole W.. He will represent AHS at the Regional golf tournament in Lubbock this week.
Congratulations to Bradon Baron for his Honorable Mention All State in the 500 Swimming Freestyle!!
Rotary Club 30th Annual Outstanding Student Recognition Banquet at TCC. Each high school selected 10 seniors to recognize. The AHS Outstanding Students were:
Congrats to our Tennis Team. The results from the Mansfield Legacy Tournament:
Winning 2nd place in "A" Mx Doubles were Jared B. and Tara O.
Winning 3rd place in Boys "B" singles was Ammar I.
Winning 1st place in Boys "A" consolation was Ruman Me.
The District Tennis tournamet will begin at 8:00am ton 4/02/2013 at the Arlington Tennis Center. Good luck tennis.
Congrats to senior Michael G.. He has been selected as the City of Arlington’s March Student-Athlete of the Month.
The AHS Orchestra Directors are very proud to announce that our orchestras were extremely successful at UIL. Three of our orchestras received superior ratings in concert and sight reading and returned home with a sweepstakes trophy!! These orchestras are the AHS Sinfonia Orchestra, AHS Philharmonic Orchestra, and the AHS Symphony Orchestra. The AHS Symphony came home with sweepstakes trophy for the 36th year in a row!!
UIL Ready Writers sweep district for second time in 4 years! Regionals is in Lubbock.
Thanks so much for your support of AHS!!!
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