College and Career Week at AHS!
To celebrate College and Career Week, please visit out College and Career page above for some exciting content!
Digital Cinema Production News
College & Career Awareness Panel Sign-Up
We to invite all Seniors to sign up to attend our College & Career Awareness Panel on Wednesday, February 8th, during 3rd period. This is an elective event for seniors who are interested in attending college next year. We will have representatives from Polk State College, Hillsborough Community College, Ridge Technical College, Warner University, and Bloodhound Alumni from the Class of 2012, Class of 2015, and Class of 2016 who are all college students.
If you are interested please sign up outside of College & Career.
Our Drama kids participated in the A.C.T. festival (Theatre All-County) this Saturday January 28 and earned 11 Superiors and 1 Excellent for their individual events! We brought a Musical Ensemble piece, 3 Musical Solos, 3 Monologues, 4 Duet Acting, & 2 Duet Musicals. The kids were incredible and Auburndale High School made an impressive debut at All County.
To see a list of participants and events click here!
MLK Essay Contest Winners
Congratulations to Arteta Mathis and Carter Blair from Mrs. Weber’s Freshman English class – these students were chosen as winners of the district’s 16th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Essay Challenge. Arteta placed 1st in the county among 9th – 12th graders and Carter placed 3rd. A big “Hounds on Three” to these students. They are absolutely, unequivocally the best of the best!
AHS Medical Academy News
Auburndale High School and PSC dual enrollment Emergency Medical Responder students have passed the EMR national exam. One of them, Jennifer Lamothe, is now enrolled in the PSC EMT program as well. For more information click here.
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.