Homecoming Week 2017

Polk District College Fair: ONE WEEK AWAY!

Click here for a list of questions to ask at a college fair!

 

Race 4 Rewards

Visit the below links and vote for AHS for Race 4 Rewards!

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2017 McDonald’s Employee Scholarship recipients

Congratulations to 2017 AHS alumni Madison Martin, Dean Blanton, and Melody Farley!  They were three of the seven Polk County students chosen as recipients of McDonald’s Employee Scholarships.  Click here for the full release.

ESE event – Tuesday 8/29

Collegiate Scholars Institute

The Collegiate Scholars Institute of Auburndale Senior High School, also known as CSI, is gearing up for the 2017-2018 school year! We are ready to help our students to succeed in College, Career, and Citizenship.  
 
If you are a Bloodhound with a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and are interested in learning more about the multitude of opportunities that are available to you at AHS, then you need CSI on your resume!  We are ready to help you to create a successful future, through college tours, monthly seminars, classroom initiatives, and much, much more.
 
Please stop in and see Mrs. Cook or Mrs. Parada for an application today!

AHS donates items to city

Jake White, Cody McGhee
L to R: Jake White (AHS teacher), Cody McGhee (Auburndale Parks and Rec Director)

On Monday, August 21, Mr. Jake White met with City of Auburndale representative, Parks and Recreation Director Cody McGhee.  The purpose was to donate artifacts from the white cornerstone that is set in Auburndale High School’s front office.  Some background:

In 1915, the original school in Auburndale was built on the site of what is now Stambaugh Middle School.  The Auburndale Women’s Club set the cornerstone in a ceremony on September 8, 1915.  This school would stand until its destruction following a tornado in May, 1979.  At that time the cornerstone was removed and brought to the Auburndale Public Library.  Its contents were inventoried and it stayed at the library for 8 years until 1987 when the administration building at AHS was completed, at which time it was set in the wall near the front door.  Some items from the stone were removed at this time and others were added.  The items that had been removed were recently discovered at AHS and were dedicated to the City of Auburndale to be displayed at the Historic Museum at the Parks and Recreation office downtown on West Park Street.

For more information about the history of AHS, click here.

Medical Academy news

18 Medical Academy students are taking the Emergency Medical Responder course at the Center for Public Safety, Polk State College. Here they are at orientation!