Please click here for an important letter from Polk County Public Schools regarding the solar eclipse on August 21, 2017.
Auburndale Rotary Club News
This morning Hailey Fonner, a senior at AHS, recapped her experiences at the Seminar for Tomorrow’s Leaders (S4TL), to the Auburndale Rotary Club. Hailey is expected to graduate with the Class of 2018, with both her diploma and her AA degree. Currently Hailey is considering the following prospective colleges: UF, FSU, USF, UCS, FSC, and JMU.
2017 AHS College & Career Fair
Medical Academy orientation
Orientation for upperclass students: 2-4pm
Orientation for 9th grade & new students: 6-8pm
AHS English Dept. Represents
This summer some of our fantastic English teachers attended the Pre-AP summer training at George Jenkins High School. Way to go!
Seniors – Yearbook Photos!
Seniors! It’s time to get your senior pictures taken! Leonard’s Studio will be on campus July 26 from 9am-3pm. Each of you should have received an appointment card in the mail by now. Once you receive the card, please call and confirm your time and pay your $15 seat fee. This will cover your yearbook head shot. Ladies, you also need to wear some type of spaghetti strap top, that you can pull off of your shoulders; Gentlemen, wear a light colored undershirt. Leonard’s will supply the drape for the ladies and the tux, shirt and bow tie for the gentlemen. Please bring a few different outfits, if you choose to upgrade your session.
If you do not receive an appointment card, please call the senior dept at 888-224-5045 to make your appointment. You MUST have your yearbook head shot taken with Leonard’s in order to be in the yearbook.
Army All-American Marching Band
Two of our very own have auditioned extensively and have earned an all-expenses paid spot in the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band and will perform during the bowl game’s halftime show in January 2018. Kenysha Johnson (trombone) and Brandon Collins (mellophone) have been selected to participate! This is an incredible honor and usually only a few students are selected from each state!