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.
Aiken Works Senior Decision Series Episode I (College Admissions)
FRIDAY, JANUARY 21 - E-LEARNING DAY - The weather forecast for Friday, January 21, 2022, includes the possibility of hazardous conditions being present in portions of our community during critical travel times. While all areas of Aiken County will likely not be affected in the same way, out of an abundance of caution for all ACPSD families, Friday, January 21, 2022, will serve as an e-learning/remote school day for students.
As an e-learning school district, remote learning assignments will be available for students to work at home. All ACPSD buildings and offices will be closed, no meal services will be provided, and all after-school events will be canceled.
PTO WINTER DANCE - The PTO is sponsoring a Winter Dance on February 5th from 7:00pm - 10:00pm in the James Taylor Gym. Dress is semi-formal attire and tickets are $10. School ID cards are required, masks recommended, and special events dress code will be enforced. Tickets can be purchased during all lunch shifts beginning January 31.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM - FREE - 2nd Semester Sign Up
YEARBOOK ORDERS - Yearbook orders will close on January 28, 2022. If you still need to order a yearbook, you can order at www.jostens.com or pick up a form from Mrs. Pataro in room C-258.
TEACHER CADET APPLICATIONS - Teacher Cadet applications for next year are now available from Miss Toepke in room B112. You do not have to be interested in teaching as a career to participate.
SAVE THE DATE - 2022 Aiken High School graduation will be held Friday, June 3, 2022 at 9:00am in the USC Aiken Convocation Center. More information will be provided closer to Spring.
AHS NEWS - Check out the latest from our Broadcasting class - AHS NEWS click HERE.
SCHOOL PHOTOS ARE READY - Good News! JostensPIX was recently at our school to photograph picture day, and your student's photos are now available for viewing and ordering. View and order pictures HERE.HOT SPOT REQUEST - If you need to request a hotspot please complete the request HERE.VIRTUAL LEARNING RESOURCES - Make sure you're taking advantage of the multiple resources on how to access all your digital platforms for learning. Resources can be found HERE.
US PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLAR - Congratulations to Alexis Neumar for being named US Presidential Scholar in the CTE division for Aiken County Public Schools.
STATE RUNNER UP - Congratulations to our Volleyball team who is this year's Volleyball AAAA State Runner Up!
AIKEN HIGH SCHOOL HEISMAN WINNERS - Congratulations Clay Howard and Kimberly Morris for being named our Heisman School Winners.
REGION CHAMPS - Our Fall Sports Teams have been very successful. Boys Cross Country, Girls Cross County, Girls Swimming, and Volleyball all brought home Region Championships! Go Hornets!
AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING PROGRAM - FREE student academic support and organizational/study/time management skills. Transportation available. Sessions will be held Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays beginning October 7. Students must sign up with the link HERE.
QUARANTINE RESOURCES: If you've been placed on quarantine, please visit HERE for helpful resources during your absence from school.
CAMBRIDGE REFLECTIVE STUDENT QUESTION OF THE WEEK: How would I rate my effort to succeed in my learning on a scale of 1 to 10 (least to most)?
YEARBOOK ORDERS: Secure your yearbook today! You can place your order HERE.
2022 YEARBOOK SENIOR BABY ADS: More information can be found HERE regarding Senior Baby Ads.
CAMBRIDGE NEWSLETTER: Find out all things Cambridge by visiting the Cambridge Newsletter by clicking HERE.
Mrs. Nell Pollock-Scott named (GEM) Giving Even More recipient for 2022.
The team includes coaches D’Angelo Bryant of Silver Bluff High School and Brian Smith of Ridge Spring-Monetta High School and student-athletes Drew Stevens of North Augusta High School and Remedee Leaphart of Ridge Spring-Monetta High School.
Poster and Essay Contest Winners to be Recognized During Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration
Winners and their families are invited to attend the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Celebration where they will be recognized and receive their awards.
Leavelle McCampbell Middle’s School Improvement Council Named to State School Improvement Council 2022 Honor Roll
A School Improvement Council is comprised of students, parents, teachers, school faculty, staff, and community members who support the principal and the school.
Aiken County School Board Appoints Educator Fritz Mason as a New Assistant Principal at Aiken High School
His career in education began in the classroom as a special education teacher where he taught seventh-grade, 10th-grade, and 11th-grade English Language Arts.
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Attributes of Premier Students
For a closer look at the Attributes of Premier students in Aiken County Public Schools, click on the words "Attributes of Premier Students," or simply look around your school as we're sharing these attributes in a big way and posters and banners are everywhere!