Congratulation goes to sophomore Catalina Yang, who has won top honors in Massachusetts in this year's Writing Contest sponsored by the Classical Association of New England. Catalina's poem "Trust the Horse" now goes on to be judged along with the other five winners for the overall New England prize.
Weather Cancellations. Any activities that are scheduled for after 5:30 pm today, Tuesday, January 17th have been cancelled. Check the sports cancellation line 362-1798, if you are in doubt about an activity.
Please note that an email will be sent home today at 3:30 outlining the contingency plan for tomorrow, in case freezing rain disrupts our planned exam schedule. Prepare for your exams as though we will have a normal day.
We are excited to provide an update on the Amherst Regional High School gymnasium renovation project.
The First Semester Exam Schedule is posted. Exams will take place from January 17 - 20.
Here's a letter from Jamie Simonson, president of the ARHS French club, introducing their new bilingual monthly publication, La Source, which aims to build bridges between the American and French/Francophone worlds. Future editions will be found under the Students & Families link on this website.
Please read Mr. Jackson's letter the faculty about the results of the Presidential election.
MassLive article from a few days ago regarding our volleyball team's decision to kneel during the national anthem.
Parents and community members have been supporting the ARHS PGO Grants Program by registering their Stop & Shop cards for the A+ Rewards program. If you have not yet done so, please register your Stop & Shop card to benefit ARHS. This is quick and easy to do. Where it asks you to enter a school code,enter 05167. Step-by-step instructions are here.
Please see Dr. Ruth Potee's ppt from last night's PGO-sponsored session on adolescence and drug use. Substance Abuse Presentation
The science department has just launched a new web page to share information about science events and opportunities in the local community. If you would like to submit an event for possible inclusion, send it to ARHS lab technician, Deb Leonard.
Mark Jackson's Address to the Graduating Seniors, Mullin's Center, June 10, 2016.
Mark Jackson's Second Podcast on Consideration of Homework in the Transition to the Semester. 2/11/16
Mark Jackson's First Podcast on Transitioning to the Semester Schedule. 1/7/16