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AHS has been named a National Blue Ribbon School for 2023 by the U.S. Department of Education based overall academic performance. AHS is one of 353 schools in the nation to be recognized this year and one of only eight public schools in Indiana – and the only public high school – to earn the honor.
You nominated 61 staff members, a volunteer, a team, and a therapy dog — It's true! — who you feel embody our mission: ALL belong, learn, and grow. Thank you for taking the time to submit your nominations.
Dr. Wyndham is joined by Avon High School Principal Matt Shockley, senior and Student Body President Christine White, and sophomore Robert Porter to discuss life at Avon High School as it is squarely in the middle of an ongoing renovation and expansion project.
Parent-teacher conferences will take place for grades k-8 on September 28 and 29. Students will have school in the morning. During the afternoon, parents will attend conferences and students will complete e-learning assignments. Here are the details.
The Avon High School Theatre program is performing "Anastasia" for this year's fall musical. Make plans to attend the show, but don't miss Princess Anastasia's Pastries at the Palace.
Without ever leaving the Town of Avon, you can be transported to Russia and Paris for the epic tale told in the musical, "Anastasia". Get your tickets now while seats remain for the 2023 Avon High School fall musical.
The Mary Lee Maier Community Pantry serves approximately 100 Avon families each week by providing a wide array of groceries — non-perishable items, fruit, vegetables, meats, and much more — so no Avon Schools student has to come to school hungry. These families' needs don't go on fall break. You can help.
The Oriole Advocates class of '24 got off to a strong start this week with more than 30 people at their first meeting of the school year. Approximately 30 new Oriole Advocates have joined the cause, answering the call to become more informed so they can lend a voice to the students and staff of Avon Schools.
As the number of multilingual learners in Avon Schools continues to grow, ACSC leaders decided to convene a Multilingual Advisory Committee. They held their first meeting last week as a way to gain valuable insight from these involved parents.
Avon Schools Superintendent Dr. Scott Wyndham hosted a tailgate party for Avon Gold Card holders before the Homecoming football game last Friday night under bright blue skies ... with help from Chick-fil-A Avon and Big O the Oriole Mascot.
At their September 11, 2023, meeting, the Avon Board of School Trustees celebrated the achievements of the Avon Middle School South Student Athlete Leadership Team.
Junior Day of Caring is a tradition at Avon High School, stretching back nearly a decade. It is a day in which the entire junior class gets the valuable opportunity to learn about being empowered citizens, making a difference in the community in the process.
A student's senior year is a year that is packed full of memorable experiences. The Class of '24 gathered last Thursday to celebrate one of those milestones together: Senior Kickback.
Preschool students at White Oak Early Learning Center got a treat last week when they met Marcus the alpaca.
It is Taco Tuesday, but that's not why Principal Keary Rininger and Assistant Principal Kayla Kuepper were extra festive during student drop off this morning.
- AIS East
- AIS West
- AMS North
- AMS South
- All Belong Learn Grow
- From the Superintendent
- MLM Pantry
- Multilingual Learners
- Oriole Advocates
- Pine Tree
- River Birch
- Room For More
- Special Education
- Support Staff
- White Oak