Free books!

Polk Education Association giving 40,000 FREE, BRAND NEW BOOKS to Polk Students!

July 28th from 9 am – 1 pm in the Tenoroc High School Gym

All students, parents, teachers and support staff welcome!

The books go from ages  Pre K- High School!

Face Painting and Hot Dogs and other good information as well!

Teachers and Support Staff will get 25 books for their classroom/s.*

Students will get up to 5 books of their choice.*

Parents can pick up books for their young children and/or school age students. 5 per child.*

*While Supplies Last!

Welcome to AHS, Mr. Bruno!

AHS Recognized at the Polk Museum of Art

Click here for the attached article from the Ledger.


Attention Class of 2019: yearbook photos!

Class of 2019, it is time for your senior pictures! Leonard’s will be on campus June 7 to take your senior photos. Each of you will receive an appointment card in the mail about a week before the photo date. If you do not receive it, please call 888-224-5045 to make an appointment and pay your $15 seat fee. You must have your photo taken with Leonard’s in order to be in the yearbook. Gentlemen, be sure to bring a light colored undershirt; ladies, bring a spaghetti strap-like shirt that you can slide off of your shoulders. Bring multiple outfits if you choose to upgrade your sessions. We look forward to seeing you there! Congratulations to all of you!

A Special Message from Mr. Hill

Medical Academy News

Please congratulate the following students for successfully passing their Certified Medical Administrative Assistant or Home Health Aide exam:


Jordan Gray
Austin Welch
Shunell Brenor


Megan Brian
Na’Shaela McGhee
Candance Rainer
Cameryn Crumley
Alexis Wharton
Savannah Hunter
Melissa Allegrina
Tania De Jesus

Blood Drive

On Friday, May 4, AHS conducted the last blood drive of the school year.  See pictures below.

Dual Enrollment graduate

AHS senior Carlie Smith graduated from Polk State College dual enrollment with Auburndale High School Medical Academy. Next on her agenda is to start her education to become a firefighter.
We are so proud of her!