Above are are free online resources that parents and students can use during the mandated state break
Important Testing Dates:
*April 13- May 8: 8th and 11th grade M-STEP window
*April 14- Official SAT/PSAT testing day for 8th- 11th grade (7th & 12th grade students should NOT attend school that day)
*April 15- WorkKeys Testing (11th Grade)
*April 27- May 22- 7th Grade MSTEP Window
*April 28- SAT/PSAT Make Up Day
*April 29- WorkKeys Make Up Day
New Attendance Policies for the 19-20 School Year
1. Seniors who end up on attendance contract in either the 1st or 2nd semester will not be able to participate in graduation ceremonies.
2. Medical documentation must be turned in within two weeks of a student absence. Documentation turned in after that time frame will not be accepted.
IB vs. AP
Parents and students, please click on the link above to see the comparison between IB and AP. It explains how they are similar and how they are different. A key reason why AHS has chosen the IB path is that it is a learning process program, not just fact-based like AP. It teaches students to be critical thinkers which in turn helps our students develop the higher order skills they will need to be successful in college. If you want even more information, please click on the IB link on the left or contact the school.
College Board & Kahn Academy Linking Instructions
Parents and students. To take full advantage of your PSAT 8, PSAT 9, PSAT 10, and SAT scores, you will need to create a Kahn Academy account as well as a College Board account. This will allow you to get free Prescriptive support to help improve your scores in future testing. Click this link to see instructions on how to link accounts.
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