Seniors will be able to take their Senior Portraits on Monday, Februrary 1st, after school beginning from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. Portraits will be done in the 2nd Street/Auditorium gates. Please click on the headline to see the scheduled times (according to last name). Students will be escorted one-by-one by a staff member to a pop-up tent. Please wear formal clothes and bring your cap & gown. For any questions, please call Business & Activities at (626) 943-6920.
Please click on the headline to download the latest letter from the Superintendent (January 12, 2021) announcing the continuation of Distance Learning through at least the end of February. (NOTE: Document was updated on 01/13/21 to include translated copies of the letter)
All AHS parents are invited to fill out the online Parent YouthTruth Survey to help the AHS Equity Action Plan. The survey will take about 15-17 minutes of your time, and will help charter and change the school experience for everyone! Please click on the headline to access the survey. It will be available until Friday, January 22 at midnight. Results of the survey will be discussed at the Parent Equity Forum will be held on Wednesday, March 3rd. More details to follow.
Your AHS PTA is hosting a membership drive and encouraging you to JOIN! With your membership, you have a chance to win a pair of Apple Air Pods! Click on the headline to download the flyer! Support your local PTA!
The Office of School Counseling will be hosting the annual 8th Grade Parent - virtually this year - on Thursday, January 28th! The parents of the Class of 2025 will receive first hand information in preparation for your child to attend Alhambra High School. Click on the headline to download the flyer which contains the Zoom link.
Please click on the headline to download a letter from the Board of Education and Superintendent Denise Jaramillo in response to the violence that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th. (Note: The document was updated on 01/08/21 to add the translated copies.)
The AHS Office of School Counseling is proud to release its January 2021 Edition of the Moors Newsletter. Check out the latest newsletter filled with helpful information to help you get through this season. Click on the headline to access the newsletter.
On Tuesday, December 15th, Kaysa Moreno, Ken Tang, and Dr. Marcia Wilson officially took their Oaths of Office, and have now joined Bob Gin and Joanne Russell-Chavez on the Alhambra Unified School District Board of Education. We welcome (or welcome back) and congratulate all our Board of Education members: Kenneth Tang (President), Dr. Marcia R. Wilson (Vice President), Kaysa Moreno (Clerk). Joanne Russell-Chavez (Member), and Robert L. Gin (Member). (NOTE: For a closer look at the graphic with their photos and titles, please click on the headline.)
As we continue a school year like no other, the Superintendent and Board of Education members would like to hear directly from our parents.
Please click on the headline to sign up for one of our Community Conversation sessions. These will beheld in a small group Zoom meeting (less than 25 people) so we can engage in a dialogue about this school year.
Note: We have added additional sessions on January 21st and February 18th. The December 3rd session also still has space available.
AHS will now be hosting Academic Tutoring after classes in the Dream Resource Center Zoom Room from 1:30pm to 5:30pm. Tutoring subjects include English, Spanish, Mandarin, Science (except Physics), GFSF, and Integrated Math. In addition, there is tutoring for Google Slides, Flipgrid, Kami, DocHub, Adobe Photoshop, and Premier Pro. Please click on the flyer to see more information.
In a year like no other, our high school seniors (and their parents) may be wondering how the college admission process will be different.
Click on the headline to be linked to an article in LAist about college applications for the Class of 2021 (featuring Lupita Martinez, USC College Advisor at Alhambra High School).
K-12 students who are enrolled in a school within the AUSD may request a laptop for the school year for online distance learning purposes. Please fill out and submit the Technology Request form application. Applicants will need an Student I.D. #.
Our Special Education Department's series of Parent Workshops continues on November 18th (with additional sessions on January 27 and March 10). Please click on the headline to access the information (in multiple languages) and the links to register.
Alhambra Unified School District would like to invite you to our next Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (LCP)/Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) meeting on Monday, January 25, 2021 from 6:45-8:00 P.M. This meeting will take place through Zoom. Please click on the headline for details. Be sure to have the most updated version of Zoom (Zoom Client for Meetings). Lastly, make sure you have the most up to date Operating System (OS) on your Mobile Phone or Desktop/Laptop. It's apparent to make sure it's updated if you're looking to utilize the interpreter (Language translation) function on Zoom.
For any questions or concerns, please contact Educational Services at 626-943-3500 or email@example.com.
Come out and support your AHS PTA by picking up lunch or dinner on Tuesday, January 26th from 11:00am to 7:00pm! Leave your receipt in the receipt box on the counter after you pay. Write your name on the receipt and you will be entered at a chance to win a free 2-topping pizza plus mojos at your next visit to Shakey's!
Woodbury University, located in Burbank, will be hosting an Instant Admission Day for AUSD seniors on February 11th by appointment only. It specializes in Architecture, Fashion, Graphic, Game Art & Interior Design, Animation, Filmmaking, Accounting, Marketing, Public Safety and other Liberal Arts majors. Spaces are limited, and students need to complete the Interest Form to reserve a spot. Students will need to submit their Common App by January 27th.
The second AHS Parent Forum will be held on Thursday, March 4th, starting at 6:00pm. The forum will cover "Working Together to Build and Sustain an Equitable School Environment." Pre-registration is required. Click on the headline to access the link.
To help you plan ahead, click the above headline to see the newly revised calendar dates for the next school year! We are still awaiting word for the LA County Office of Education if schools will return online, return physically or return in both conditions.
On Thursday evening, September 24th, Alhambra HS held its annual Senior Parent Night (virtual, this time) to inform parents of the importance of seniors year and share what lies ahead for the year. Attached is the excellent slide presentation from that meeting. Please click on the headline and feel free to peruse it.
On October 8, 2020, Alhambra High School held its annual Junior Parent Meeting (virtual, this time) to inform parents of the importance of junior year and share what lies ahead for their child's senior year. Attached is the excellent slide presentation from that meeting. Please click on the headline and feel free to peruse it.
Because of the Covid-19 Quarantine, the Office of School Counseling presents its Moors News Newsletter to help keep students better informed about the school year and what to expect from its office. Contributions school-wide are accepted and featured. Happy reading!
If you are an alumnus of Alhambra High School, you may order your transcript online. Please go to this site: https://ausdca.scriborder.com/ or click HERE to order your high school transcript. It will take 3 - 5 business days and cost $2.00 plus a convenience fee.
On Thursday evening, September 10th, Alhambra HS welcomed all of the parents of freshman to the high school at held its annual Freshman Parent Night (virtual, this time). A very informative slide presentation was presented regarding all aspects of high school. Attached is the excellent slide presentation from that meeting. Please click on the headline and feel free to peruse it.
On September 17th, Alhambra HS held its annual Sophomore Parent Night (virtual, this time) to inform parents of the importance of the sophomore year and to help prepare for the next three important years. Attached is the excellent slide presentation from that meeting. Please click on the headline and feel free to peruse it.
AHS has implemented quarantine textbook pick-up procedures. Please drive southward on Second Street. There will be a sign just below the Main Gate. Please follow ALL distance indicators including wearing a mask.Please bring your I.D. or a copy of your class schedule. DO NOT RETURN BOOKS AT THIS TIME.
January 21st and 22nd (Thursday and Friday)
1:00pm to 3:30pm
2nd Street outside of B Bldg.
Government, Economics, GFSF, English, SEI 1/2
If teachers and students need anything from the Bookroom, or students are unable to make those dates, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.