Auburndale High School

Welcome to Auburndale High School, home of the Bloodhounds!  Auburndale High School is known for academic excellence. Teachers and staff work diligently developing the intellectual capacity of students while providing them an extraordinary environment that inspires greatness. We define greatness as “the ability to do the ordinary tasks of daily living in an extraordinary way.” We take a student centered approach to guide our Bloodhounds in identifying and selecting their academic and co-curricular needs that enable them to attain their goals for the future. Our commitment is to ensure that every Bloodhound is known, valued, and inspired to succeed in the twenty-first century.

SGA News

Congratulations to the Student Government Association, who represented AHS at the FASC state competition this weekend in Orlando! Over the past three days the students attended leadership workshops, networked with other schools, and saw some inspirational guest speakers. We received 1st place for citizenship development led by Aby Rausch, third place for health and safety led by Brainard Suttles, and a bronze medal overall for our student government! With schools from all over the state it was truly an honor to represent AHS.

Aby Rausch
Brainard Suttles

College Bound Bloodhounds!

We are very excited to share that great things are continuing to happen as we prepare our students for College, Career, and Citizenship, at Auburndale Senior High School!  As of this morning, we have had a total of 152 college acceptances and our scholarship offerings are now totaling $3,348,829!

Tarik Graham; Princeton & Harvard
Hailey Fonner; UF & FSU
Cedrielle Robinson; Lynn
Tyrie Francois; Maine
Berlie Decius; Johnson & Wales
Daniel Torres; UF & State College of Florida

FAFSA News

Auburndale Senior High School has been registered for the Florida College Access Network’s FAFSA Challenge!  We have until March 31st to finalize FAFSA completions with our seniors, as a part of the challenge.  If you are a senior, and you plan to attend college in 2018-2019, then it is critical that you complete the FAFSA.  There is a 2% chance that you will get Senioritis… There is an 85% chance that you will get aid to help you pay for college.  See Mrs. Cook in College & Career if you need assistance applying!

Florida FAFSA Challenge

A-Team News

Congratulations to the A-Team for finishing 8th out of 22.  AHS was the only public school to make it to the district finals and we are so proud of them!!!  Please congratulate the following students:

Oscar Hernandez (who received an award last night)
Jenna Burkett
Devante Galarza

FFA News

Congratulations to Savannah Rosales and Tyler Brannan who placed 3rd in the County at the annual FFA Quiz Bowl Tuesday afternoon.  They had to compete in 2 pretty hard rounds  of questions about the FFA Organization to make it into 3rd place.  Great job team!

Buy your yearbook ad!

Parents:

The deadline for purchasing your senior pages in the yearbook is fast approaching!  If you wish to reserve your page, you must do so before the February 28th deadline.  You may reserve your ad by clicking on the “buy you senior ad here” banner up above to download an order form.  If you have any questions please call the school at 863-965-6200, ext. 261.  The yearbook staff would like to make sure that you do not miss your opportunity to recognize your graduating senior.

ROTC News

Congratulations to the NJROTC Academic Team for finishing their season by competing at the State Academic Meet.  James Kiddy, Victor Pagan, Craig Mazurowski, Autumn Rhoton and Caleb Moshier advanced to the semi-finals at the meet on Saturday.  Great job representing the Bloodhounds and NJROTC!

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Upcoming Events

Feb
19
Mon
Holiday
Feb 19 all-day

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Feb
26
Mon
Staff Development Day, Student/Para Holiday (Storm Make-up Day, if needed)
Feb 26 all-day
Mar
14
Wed
End of 3rd 9-Week Grading Period
Mar 14 all-day

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Mar
26
Mon
SPRING BREAK
Mar 26 – Mar 30 all-day

Description of Event: Spring Holidaysr
Additional Information: All schools and district offices will be closed during this time in an effort to reduce energy costs.
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Apr
3
Tue
Distribute Report Cards (9 Weeks)
Apr 3 all-day

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Apr
23
Mon
Interim Reports
Apr 23 – Apr 27 all-day

Description of Event: Distribution Weekr
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May
17
Thu
Graduation
May 17 – May 24 all-day

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May
24
Thu
End of 4th 9-Weeks (Last Day for Students and Paras)
May 24 all-day

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May
25
Fri
Teacher Work Days
May 25 all-day