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  • Aiken High School prepares students to become productive members of an increasingly interdependent and technological world by offering up-to-date and challenging academic and technical programs and by emphasizing the positive values of character, citizenship, and humanity.


  • WELCOME TO AIKEN HIGH SCHOOL! HOME OF THE FIGHTING GREEN HORNETS! - Aiken High faculty and staff welcome any and all students.We are eager to give you our best. Be sure to bring your enthusiasm, your willingness to grow and learn, and don't forget your smile.

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    Aiken High School Yearbook Distribution Details

    Our Hornet Yearbook distribution was Monday, May 15th in the Library. Hornet yearbooks are now available from Ms. Pataro in Room B-13. Students who ordered a yearbook may pick it up from Ms. Pataro. There is also a limited number of yearbooks still available for purchase. See Ms. Pataro for information ( Once books are printed, plates are destroyed by the printer and no additional copies are available. Buy now before they are gone forever.

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  • Spring Exam Schedules

    Senior Exams at Aiken High School:

    **Senior Exams take place during a regular class period.

    Friday, May 19th: Period 7 exam

    Monday, May 22nd: Periods 1 and 4 exams

    Tuesday, May 23rd: Periods 2 and 5 exams

    Wednesday, May 24th: Periods 3 and 6 exams


    Underclassmen Exams at Aiken High School:

    **Underclassmen Exams take place in 90 minute blocks.

    Friday, May 26th: Period 7 Exam

    Tuesday, May 30th: Periods 1 and 4 exams (1/2 day)

    Wednesday May 31st: Periods 2 and 5 exams (1/2 day)

    Thursday, June 1st: Periods 3 and 6 exams (1/2 day)

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  • Graduation News

    Graduation for our Class of 2017 will take place on Thursday, June 1st, 2017 at the USC-A Convocation Center.

    Graduation will begin at 8 p.m. Directions can be found HERE.

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  • Aiken County Public Library Summer Reading Programs

    Visit the Aiken County Library Summer Reading information page for activities that include all school ages.  Registration starts May 22.

    Aiken County Library Summer Reading Programs


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  • Mark Your Calendar and Save the Date: Our Fall Book Fair is scheduled for Monday, October 30 - Friday, November 10, 2017. Thank you to everyone who shopped during our Spring BOGO Book Fair! With your help, our PTSO was able to gift 26 students with 52 free books! If you are interested in providing a free book to a student in need at our Fall Book Fair, email If you need more information, contact Ms. Conkelton in the library, 

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  • Tools for Academic Athletes Interested in Playing NCAA Athletics

    Student athletes who are interested in taking their games to the next level should work with parents to investigate the links to to enter your academic information for eligibility purposes.  It automatically calculates core GPA for the NCAA and NAIA.  KNOW WHAT YOU NEED TO PARTICIPATE IN COLLEGE ATHLETICS!  IT INVOLVES MORE THAN JUST SKILL! 

    Parents and students using should use the following information when creating an account:

    School ID of 410025 and the School Code of 704470072  

    THEN, jump on over to to find ways to get noticed by college coaches.  It is up to you to guide your future.  

    recruiting   Click HERE for the direct link to the South Carolina webinar page.  

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  • AHS Congratulates Frelicia Tucker!

    Aiken High School congratulates our very own Frelicia Tucker! Frelicia was announced the 2016 Wendy's High School Heisman Award winner!  No one is more proud of her than we are! Here is the link to see her video and read more about her story.

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  • 2016 Volleyball State Champions!!

    Congratulations to the Aiken High volleyball team for their 3-0 win over Myrtle Beach to claim the AAAA State Championship!

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  • Congratulations to Aiken High School's German students for their outstanding  National German Exam OUTSTANDING results!

    Jackson Crain was tenth in South Carolina.
    Katie Clamp and Zahra Rizvi tied for ninth.
    Bryan Melvin and Elaina Cummings tied for eighth.
    Zachary Snead and Shannon Mulhall tied for fifth.
    Freddie Jones was fourth in the state.
    Falco Niemeyer was SECOND in the state!
    Lukas Baumgart was FIRST in South Carolina!
    Gold Award Results (placement among the best German students in the country):
    Freddie Jones, Shannon Mulhall, Falco Niemeyer, Lukas Baumgart
    Silver Award Results:
    Elaina Cummings, Zachary Snead, Charlton Hill, Emily Mims, Bryan Melvin, Katie Clamp, Zahra Rizvi
    Bronze Award Results:
    Jackson Crain, Kaylee Knight, Izzy Pyle, Brian Marra, Jason Kekaks, Andrew Shumpert
    Way to go, AHS German. You guys are the best!
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