Daily announcements
  • Wednesday, April 26th

    Happy Administrative Professionals day to all of administrative staff! Thank you for all that you do for AHS.

    Attention Seniors!

    The deadline to turn in your scholarship information for the graduation program has been extended to today at 3 pm. Make sure to stop by Mr. Peden’s office in Red 1 to submit your scholarship information by this afternoon.

    Permission slips for picnic are due Friday the 28th to the red 2 secretaries or room 2407.

    Prom guest forms are due May 5 to Room 2407.

    Prom Dress up week will be May 8th through May 12th. Make sure you are ready!

      • Monday- Senior citizen day; dress up like a senior citizen
      • Tuesday- celebrity look- alike day; dress up like a celebrity you think you look similar to
      • Wednesday- college shirt day; represent your future home
      • Thursday- throwback Thursday; dress like you did in elementary school
      • Friday- prom shirt or spirit shirt day

    Attention ladies! The AHS QODs are hosting tryouts later this week! Stop by room 1765 to see Ms. Brown for a tryout packet.

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00, so DO NOT delay! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9 am on the AHS Trail.  You can Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions.

    The first Softball playoff game will take place at Baytown, Sterling High School this Friday at 7 pm. Our Lady Eagles will face Dobie High School. We need everyone to come out and show your support. Go Eagles!

    It was a big win for AHS Lacrosse against Bellaire with a final score of 14-3 sends us to the DIII city championships! We will play at Rice University this Sunday at Noon vs Emery Weiner. Good luck Eagles!


    Tuesday, April 25th

    AHS Bass Team members, if you ordered shirts they are available to pick up in Miss Hutchinson's room today after school. Please stop by and get them so you can deliver them to those who ordered as soon as possible.

    Attention Seniors!

    The deadline to turn in your scholarship information for the graduation program has been extended to today at 3 pm. Make sure to stop by Mr. Peden’s office in Red 1 to submit your scholarship information by this afternoon.

    Permission slips for picnic are due Friday the 28th to the red 2 secretaries or room 2407.

    Prom guest forms are due May 5 to Room 2407.

    Prom Dress up week will be May 8th through May 12th. Make sure you are ready!

      • Monday- Senior citizen day; dress up like a senior citizen
      • Tuesday- celebrity look- alike day; dress up like a celebrity you think you look similar to
      • Wednesday- college shirt day; represent your future home
      • Thursday- throwback Thursday; dress like you did in elementary school
      • Friday- prom shirt or spirit shirt day

    Attention ladies! The AHS QODs are hosting tryouts later this week! Stop by room 1765 to see Ms. Brown for a tryout packet.

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00, so DO NOT delay! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9 am on the AHS Trail.  You can Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions.

    Congratulations to our AHS Varsity Softball Team for making it into the playoffs. Game dates will be announced soon.


    Monday, April 24, 2017

    Here are the results from election week and these are your officers for the 2017-2018 school year. Congratulations to the following students:

    Class of 2020...

    Historia – Danny Arreola

    Treasurer – John Martinez

    Secretary – Le’ Melody Williams

    Vice-President – Christian Newton

    President – Zoie Bantolina


    Class of 2019…

    President – Emmanda Thomas


    Class of 2018…

    Historian – McKayl Scott

    Treasurer – Janay Wooten

    Vice President – Kenzie Tate

    President – Kiersten Sniscak

    Attention Students and Teachers, all teacher appreciation forms are due today by 3 PM.  You are welcome to stop the Student Council Table during all lunches to fill out or drop off a form or stop by room 1108 in Red House.

    Attention Seniors! Today is the last day to purchase senior picnic tickets. They are $50 and available online only. Permission slips for the picnic are due Friday the 28th to the red 2 secretaries or room 2407.

    AHS Theatre Arts will be presenting a one-night-only final performance of their 2017 UIL One-Act Play Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco tonight in the Performing Arts Center. The play will begin at 7 pm and runs only about 40 minutes long so don't be late. Entry is free with donations accepted at the door! Come support the OAP Company and celebrate their 3rd year in a row of advancing from the District contest!

    Attention ladies! The AHS QODs are hosting tryouts later this week! Stop by room 1765 to see Ms. Brown for a tryout packet.

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00, so DO NOT delay!!!. Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9 am on the AHS Trail.  You can Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions.


    Friday, April 21, 2017


    Eagles don’t forget to buy your tickets for the 11th annual Patriette Spring Show will be Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd in the PAC at 7:00. Tickets are $10 and will be sold during all lunches today. Please come support the 2016-2017 Patriettes as they perform together for the last time. Hope to see you there!


    Thursday, April 20th

    Attention Class of 2018 and 2019! This week is election week and you need to elect your president for next year. Make sure to visit the AHS website, click on the banner for your class and vote. You must be logged in to your Humble ISD Google account to vote.  Instructions are provided below the banner. Elections close this Friday, April 21st.

    Here are your candidates:

    Class of 2019

    • Nakyta Pease
    • Emmanda Thomas

    Class of 2018

    • Madhav Murgai
    • Kiersten Sniscak

    Attention Seniors: SignupsYour Graduation Announcements are ready!! The Balfour Company will be here, today, during all Lunches. You can pay your balance at delivery, Cash Only. If you still need to order anything for Graduation, you can order online @ Balfour.com, or you can order at the Balfour Office near the Galleria.

    Attention Student Council members! If you are interested in becoming a delegate for next year, applications will be available for pick today in Room 1108.

    There will be a Black Student Union meeting on today in the Red LGI at 3 p.m.

    Eagles! The last blood drive of the year will take place here at AHS on April 26th &Sign upswill take place all week in the cafeteria during lunches.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!! This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00, so DO NOT delay!!!. Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    AHS Theatre Arts will be presenting a one-night-only final performance of their 2017 UIL One-Act Play Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco on Monday, April 24th in the Performing Arts Center. The play will begin at 7 pm and runs only about 40 minutes long so don't be late. Entry is free with donations accepted at the door! Come support the OAP Company and celebrate their 3rd year in a row of advancing from the District contest!

    The 11th annual Patriette Spring Show will be Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd in the PAC at 7:00. Tickets are $10 and will be sold during all lunches starting today, April 17th. Please come support the 2016-2017 Patriettes as they perform together for the last time. Hope to see you there!

    In sports…

    Big congrats to our Lacrosse coach, Taylor Brooks on being chosen to receive the Sam Chambers Award for excellence. He truly deserves it! Our lax team is making strides. We are 12-3 overall and UNDEFEATED in district! Go Eagles!

    Playoffs start this Sunday at our very own Turner Stadium.

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9am on the AHS Trail.  You can Pre-Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions.


    Wednesday, April 19th

    Attention Class of 2018 and 2019! This week is election week and you need to elect your president for next year. Make sure to visit the AHS website, click on the banner for your class and vote. You must be logged in to your Humble ISD Google account to vote.  Instructions are provided below the banner.

    Here are your candidates:

    Class of 2019

    Nakyta Pease

    Emmanda Williams

    Class of 2018

    Madhav Murgai

    Kiersten Sniscak

    Attention Seniors: Your Graduation Announcements are ready!! The Balfour Company will be here, on Thursday, during all Lunches. You can pay your balance at delivery, Cash Only. If you still need to order anything for Graduation, you can order online @ Balfour.com, or you can order at the Balfour Office near the Galleria.

    Patriette Spirit Night at the Catch will be tonight from 4-9.  Be sure to mention AHS Patriettes.

    Attention Student Council members! We will have a meeting today in the Red LGI starting at 3 pm. If you are interested in becoming a delegate for next year, applications will be available for pick up today and tomorrow in Room 1108.  

    There will be a Black Student Union meeting on Thursday, April 20th in the Red LGI at 3 p.m.

    The last blood drive of the year will take place here at AHS on April 26th & 27th. Signups will take place all week in the cafeteria during lunches. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Seniors--remember if you donate twice during your senior year, you will earn a red cord to wear during graduation. This is your last chance to earn your cord! Also, for this blood drive only--if you attempt to donate, you will receive a free ticket to a Rice University baseball game in May. Sign up today to save a life!

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!  This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00, so DO NOT delay!!! The $75.00 price is only until the Yearbook Release date on May 19. Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    AHS Theatre Arts will be presenting a one-night-only final performance of their 2017 UIL One-Act Play Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco on Monday, April 24th in the Performing Arts Center. The play will begin at 7 pm and runs only about 40 minutes long so don't be late. Entry is free with donations accepted at the door! Come support the OAP Company and celebrate their 3rd year in a row of advancing from the District contest!

    The 11th annual Patriette Spring Show will be Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd in the PAC at 7:00. Tickets are $10 and will be sold during all lunches starting today, April 17th. Please come support the 2016-2017 Patriettes as they perform together for the last time. Hope to see you there!

    Attention Seniors! Oak Forest elementary would like to invite former students to a to a senior walk on Thursday, May 11 at 8:15 am and a senior reception on May 16 from 4:30 - 6 pm.

    In sports…

    The Varsity Boys golf team finished 2nd last week at the district tournament advancing on to the 16-6A Regional State playoffs.  Although the team finished 2nd they shot a NEW School Record for single and two-day tournament.  The teams were Seniors Brennan Deslatte and Andrew Bohli,  Juniors:  Ransom Jacobson and Theo Marules and Freshman Cam Latto. Please congratulate the golfers this week as they prepare for next week Regional tournament at Eagle Pointe golf course.

    Gymnastics hosted Regional Championships last week. The girls fought through a tough 2-day competition to finish 3rd. Senior Co-CaptainPetra O'Brien finished 1st on Beam, 4th on Bars, 1st on Floor and 2nd All-Around.

    Senior Co-Captain Bailey Atteberry finished 3rd on Beam.

    Both Petra and Bailey along with Lexie Rillera and senior Boys Captain Clayton Eaves advanced to the state meet as individual qualifiers.

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9am on the AHS Trail.  The Cost is $15 for Students, $20 for Teams of 4 or more, $25 for Individuals until April 21st

    You will get a T-Shirt, Color Powder Packet, Sunglasses and More Goodies! You can Pre-Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions.


    Monday, April 17th

    Congratulations to the AHS Choirs for their success at last week's UIL Concert and Sightreading Contest held at Summer Creek High School.

    6 AHS Choirs attended the contest and 5 received Sweepstakes trophies. Sweepstakes is a 1st Division-Superior rating in both Concert and Sight-reading. Achieving this award were the A Cappella Mixed Choir, the A Cappella Men's Choir, the A Cappella Women’s Choir, the Chorale, and the Concert Treble Choir. The Concert Men's Choir received a 1st Division/Superior rating in Sight-reading, as well.

    The choirs are now preparing for their annual Showtime! Pop Show performance to be held in the AHS PAC on Thursday and Friday, May 11th and 12th at 7 p.m. Tickets are available in the Choir Room and will be sold during lunches next week and the week of the show. Tickets are $10 and $15, with reserved seating.

    Attention Seniors: Your Graduation Announcements are ready!! The Balfour Company will be here, on Thursday, during all Lunches. You can pay your balance at delivery, Cash Only. If you still need to order anything for Graduation, you can order online @ Balfour.com, or you can order at the Balfour Office near the Galleria.

    Patriette Spirit Night at the Catch will be this coming Wednesday Night from 4-9.  Be sure to mention AHS Patriettes.

    The last blood drive of the year will take place here at AHS on April 26th & 27th. Sign ups will take place all week in the cafeteria during lunches. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Seniors--remember if you donate twice during your senior year, you will earn a red cord to wear during graduation. This is your last chance to earn your cord! Also, for this blood drive only--if you attempt to donate, you will receive a free ticket to a Rice University baseball game in May. Sign up today to save a life!

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!! This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00, so DO NOT delay!!! The $75.00 price is only until the Yearbook Release date on May 19. Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    AHS Theatre Arts will be presenting a one-night-only final performance of their 2017 UIL One-Act Play Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco on Monday, April 24th in the Performing Arts Center. The play will begin at 7 pm and runs only about 40 minutes long so don't be late. Entry is free with donations accepted at the door! Come support the OAP Company and celebrate their 3rd year in a row of advancing from the District contest!

    The 11th annual Patriette Spring Show will be Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd in the PAC at 7:00. Tickets are $10 and will be sold during all lunches starting today, April 17th. Please come support the 2016-2017 Patriettes as they perform together for the last time. Hope to see you there!

    CATE National Technical Honor Society is collecting children’s books and teddy bears to help the Houston Police Department stock their Badges and Bears supply. Officers keep these in the trunk of their patrol car to give to the children involved in difficult situations. Please bring donations of children’s books and teddy bears to the donation box located at the front desk now through Friday, April 28th.

    Attention seniors! Summerwood Elementary will be hosting a senior reunion on May 18th at 8:30 am. Oak Forest elementary is also hosting a senior walk on May 11th at 8:15 am.  

    In sports…

    Congratulations to the Varsity Boys & Girls Track & Field teams! This is the first time in school history that both teams have been Team District Champions together!!!!

    The Varsity teams will be running in the Area Meet on April 20 @ Northshore H.S to advance to the Regional meet.

    Go Eagles!!

    Tryouts for tennis will begin on today, April 17th starting at 3 pm, if you want to be on the tennis team or if you signed up for the class you need to be at the tennis courts on this day.  Tryout time after Monday will be announced at the first tryout on the 17th.  Any questions see Coach Lowe before the 17th.

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9 am on the AHS Trail.  The Cost is $15 for Students, $20 for Teams of 4 or more, $25 for Individuals until April 21st

    You will get a T-Shirt, Color Powder Packet, Sunglasses and More Goodies! You can Pre-Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions.


    Thursday, April 13th

    The last blood drive of the year will take place here at AHS on April 26th & 27th. Sign ups will take place all week in the cafeteria during lunches. You must be at least 16 years old to donate. Seniors--remember if you donate twice during your senior year, you will earn a red cord to wear during graduation. This is your last chance to earn your cord! Also, for this blood drive only--if you attempt to donate, you will receive a free ticket to a Rice University baseball game in May. Sign up today to save a life!

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!  This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00, so DO NOT delay!!! The $75.00 price is only until the Yearbook Release date on May 19, and then it goes to the final price of $80.00, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    AHS Theatre Arts will be presenting a one-night-only final performance of their 2017 UIL One-Act Play Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco on Monday, April 24th in the Performing Arts Center. The play will begin at 7pm and runs only about 40 minutes long so don't be late. Entry is free with donations accepted at the door! Come support the OAP Company and celebrate their 3rd year in a row of advancing from the District contest!

    The 11th annual Patriette Spring Show will be Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd in the PAC at 7:00. Tickets are $10 and will be sold during all lunches starting Monday, April 17th. Please come support the 2016-2017 Patriettes as they perform together for the last time. Hope to see you there!

    CATE National Technical Honor Society is collecting children’s books and teddy bears to help the Houston Police Department stock their Badges and Bears supply. Officers keep these in the trunk of their patrol car to give to the children involved in difficult situations. Please bring donations of children’s books and teddy bears to the donation box located at the front desk now through Friday, April 28th.

    Seniors, if you are planning to go to senior picnic on May 5th, you need to fill out a permission slip form in order to attend. Permission slip forms can be found at your nearest house secretary, on the class website, and Mrs. Newell’s Room 2407 in White House 2.

    Seniors, make sure to check out your former elementary and middle school websites for “Senior Day” information. Don’t miss out! Some schools are offering scholarships. For example: TMS PTSA will have a reception on May 18th and they are offering a $500 scholarship for students who attended TMS. You can find the application on the TMS website.

    In sports…

    Tryouts for tennis will begin on Monday April 17th starting at 3 pm, if you want to be on the tennis team or if you signed up for the class you need to be at the tennis courts on this day.  Tryout time after Monday will be announced at the first tryout on the 17th.  Any questions see Coach Lowe before the 17th.

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9am on the AHS Trail.  The Cost is $15 for Students, $20 for Teams of 4 or more, $25 for Individuals until April 21st

    You will get a T-Shirt, Color Powder Packet, Sunglasses and More Goodies! You can Pre-Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions.


    Wednesday, April 12th

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!! This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00, so DO NOT delay!!! The $75.00 price is only until the Yearbook Release date on May 19, then it goes to the final price of $80.00, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    AHS Theatre Arts will be presenting a one-night-only final performance of their 2017 UIL One-Act Play Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco on Monday, April 24th in the Performing Arts Center. The play will begin at 7 pm and runs only about 40 minutes long so don't be late. Entry is free with donations accepted at the door! Come support the OAP Company and celebrate their 3rd year in a row of advancing from the District contest!

    The 11th annual Patriette Spring Show will be Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd in the PAC at 7:00. Tickets are $10 and will be sold during all lunches starting Monday, April 17th. Please come support the 2016-2017 Patriettes as they perform together for the last time. Hope to see you there!

    CATE National Technical Honor Society is collecting children’s books and teddy bears to help the Houston Police Department stock their Badges and Bears supply. Officers keep these in the trunk of their patrol car to give to the children involved in difficult situations. Please bring donations of children’s books and teddy bears to the donation box located at the front desk now through Friday, April 28th.

    Attention Eagles! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets’ supplies for Texas Children’s Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you missed the opportunity to donate Easter basket supplies, we are extending the deadline to today. You can deliver your donation to Gold House 1 or Red House 1. Thank you again for your support.

    Seniors, if you are planning to go to the senior picnic on May 5th, you need to fill out a permission slip form in order to attend. Permission slip forms can be found at your nearest house secretary, on the class website, and Mrs. Newell’s Room 2407 in White House 2.

    Seniors, make sure to check out your former elementary and middle school websites for “Senior Day” information. Don’t miss out! Some schools are offering scholarships. For example TMS PTSA will have a reception on May 18th and they are offering a $500 scholarship for students who attended TMS. You can find the application on the TMS website.

    In sports…

    Tryouts for tennis will begin on Monday, April 17th starting at 3 pm, if you want to be on the tennis team or if you signed up for the class you need to be at the tennis courts on this day.  Tryout time after Monday will be announced at the first tryout on the 17th.  Any questions see Coach Lowe before the 17th.

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9 am on the AHS Trail.  The Cost is $15 for Students, $20 for Teams of 4 or more, $25 for Individuals until April 21st

    You will get a T-Shirt, Color Powder Packet, Sunglasses and More Goodies! You can Pre-Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions.


    Monday, April 10th

    The 11th annual Patriette Spring Show will be Friday, April 21st and Saturday, April 22nd in the PAC at 7:00. Tickets are $10 and will be sold during all lunches starting Monday, April 17th. Please come support the 2016-2017 Patriettes as they perform together for the last time. Hope to see you there!

    Congratulations to Mrs. Kennedy for winning District Teacher Of The Year.  You make us proud to be an Eagle! Best wishes a Region.

    Congratulations to the AHS Q.O.Ds on placing this weekend at the Stagebreakers National Step League Competition in Garland, Texas. Great win ladies.

    CATE National Technical Honor Society is collecting children’s books and teddy bears to help the Houston Police Department stock their Badges and Bears supply. Officers keep these in the trunk of their patrol car to give to the children involved in difficult situations. Please bring donations of children’s books and teddy bears to the donation box located at the front desk now through Friday, April 28th.

    Attention Eagles! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets’ supplies for Texas Children’s Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you missed the opportunity to donate Easter basket supplies, we are extending the deadline to Wednesday, April 12th. You can deliver your donation to Gold House 1 or Red House 1. Thank you again for your support.

    Seniors, if you are planning to go to the senior picnic on May 5th, you need to fill out a permission slip form in order to attend. Permission slip forms can be found at your nearest house secretary, on the class website, and Mrs. Newell’s Room 2407 in White House 2.

    Seniors, make sure to check out your former elementary and middle school websites for “Senior Day” information. Don’t miss out! Some schools are offering scholarships. For example, TMS PTSA  will have a reception on May 18th and they are offering a $500 scholarship for students who attended TMS. You can find the application on the TMS website.

    In sports…

    Tryouts for tennis will begin on Monday, April 17th starting at 3 pm, if you want to be on the tennis team or if you signed up for the class you need to be at the tennis courts on this day.  Tryout time after Monday will be announced at the first tryout on the 17th.  Any questions see Coach Lowe before the 17th.

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9 am on the AHS Trail.  The Cost is $15 for Students, $20 for Teams of 4 or more, $25 for Individuals until April 21st

    You will get a T-Shirt, Color Powder Packet, Sunglasses and More Goodies! You can Pre-Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions


    Friday, April 7th

    Congratulations to our AHS Latin Students who traveled to the Texas State Jr. Classical League Convention last weekend and brought home a 2nd place trophy.  AHS placed higher than over 70 schools from across the state, including both public and private schools.

    CATE National Technical Honor Society is collecting children’s books and teddy bears to help the Houston Police Department stock their Badges and Bears supply. Officers keep these in the trunk of their patrol car to give to the children involved in difficult situations. Please bring donations of children’s books and teddy bears to the donation box located at the front desk now through Friday, April 28th.

    Attention Eagles! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets’ supplies for Texas Children’s Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by 5th period today.  Thank you all for your support!

    Seniors, if you are planning to go to the senior picnic on May 5th, you need to fill out a permission slip form in order to attend. Permission slip forms can be found at your nearest house secretary, on the class website, and Mrs. Newell’s Room 2407 in White House 2.

    Seniors, make sure to check out your former elementary and middle school websites for “Senior Day” information. Don’t miss out! Some schools are offering scholarships.

    In sports…

    The Lady Eagles soccer team will face Cinco Ranch at 12:30 on Friday at Abshire Stadium in Deer Park. We will be the home team. Keep flying high ladies!

    Tryouts for tennis will begin on Monday, April 17th starting at 3 pm, if you want to be on the tennis team or if you signed up for the class you need to be at the tennis courts on this day.  Tryout time after Monday will be announced at the first tryout on the 17th.  Any questions see Coach Lowe before the 17th.

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9 am on the AHS Trail.  The Cost is $15 for Students, $20 for Teams of 4 or more, $25 for Individuals until April 21st

    You will get a T-Shirt, Color Powder Packet, Sunglasses and More Goodies! You can Pre-Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions


    Thursday, April 6th

    Seniors...If you are planning to attend Lone Star College either this summer or in the Fall, please make plans to attend a new student Orientation this Thursday, April 6th at 6:30 pm in the Red LGI.  Advisors from Lonestar will be there to assist you in the process and registration for your classes.

    CATE National Technical Honor Society is collecting children’s books and teddy bears to help the Houston Police Department stock their Badges and Bears supply. Officers keep these in the trunk of their patrol car to give to the children involved in difficult situations. Please bring donations of children’s books and teddy bears to the donation box located at the front desk now through Friday, April 28th.

    Attention Eagles! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets’ supplies for Texas Children’s Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by Friday, April 7th. Ages range from babies to teenagers.

    There will be a Black Student Union meeting on Thursday, April 6th at 3 p.m. in the Red LGI. EVERYONE is invited.

    Seniors, if you are planning to go to the senior picnic on May 5th, you need to fill out a permission slip form in order to attend. Permission slip forms can be found at your nearest house secretary, on the class website, and Mrs. Newell’s Room 2407 in White House 2.

    Seniors, make sure to check out your former elementary and middle school websites for “Senior Day” information. Don’t miss out! Some schools are offering scholarships.

    In sports…

    The Lady Eagles soccer team last night made history by defeating Clear Falls 1-0 and advancing to the Regional Tournament for the 1st time in school history. The Eagles scored late in the game off a corner kick from Junior Natalie Kees to Junior Peyton Cutshall. The team worked hard to keep Clear Falls out of the net. We will face Cinco Ranch at 12:30 on Friday at Abshire Stadium in Deer Park. We will be the home team. Keep flying high ladies!

    Tryouts for tennis will begin on Monday, April 17th starting at 3 pm, if you want to be on the tennis team or if you signed up for the class you need to be at the tennis courts on this day.  Tryout time after Monday will be announced at the first tryout on the 17th.  Any questions see Coach Lowe before the 17th.

    The Volleyball and Girls Track Teams are hosting our first 5K Color Run/Walk on Saturday, May 6th @ 9 am on the AHS Trail.  The Cost is $15 for Students, $20 for Teams of 4 or more, $25 for Individuals until April 21st

    You will get a T-Shirt, Color Powder Packet, Sunglasses and More Goodies! You can Pre-Register on the AHS Homepage. See Coach Kendria Brown or Karyn Lacour if you have any questions


    Wednesday, April 5th

    Seniors...If you are planning to attend Lone Star College either this summer or in the Fall, please make plans to attend a new student Orientation this Thursday, April 6th at 6:30 pm in the Red LGI. Advisors from Lone Star will be there to assist you in the process and registration for your classes.

    Attention Eagles! The Catch of Atascocita ( by Lings.) will be hosting a fund-raiser/spirit night for AHS Theatre Arts from 5-8pm. Please come out and just mention us when ordering at the counter and they will donate 20% and possibly more to our department.

    Student Council will continue to sell T-shirts and wristbands until we run out. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Wristbands are $1, and shirts are $10.  You can pay cash or with a check to the American Cancer Society.  You are welcome to stop by room 1108 in Red House.  We still have sizes small, medium and large. Thank you for your support!

    Attention all clubs and organizations! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets for Texas Childrens’ Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by Friday, April 7th. Ages range from babies to teenagers.

    Attention Student Council members!  There is a meeting today at 3 pm in the Red LGI.  Don’t forget to bring your Easter basket donation and your March point sheet.  See you there!

    Attention Class Officer Candidates! Your completed election packet and posters are due today by 3 PM. See you at the Student Council meeting.

    Are you looking for an opportunity to build leadership and service skills? The Beta Club is an honor society with a focus on school and community service. We would love for you to come and learn more about this service organization. If you would like to become a Beta Club member, please come to one of our informational meeting on Thursday, April 6 starting at 8:45 a.m. in Ms. Marts Room 2419 - White 2.

    There will be a Black Student Union meeting on Thursday, April 6th at 3 p.m. in the Red LGI. EVERYONE is invited.

    Seniors, if you are planning to go to the senior picnic, you need to fill out a permission slip form in order to attend. Permission slip forms can be found at your nearest house secretary, on the class website, and Mrs. Newells Room 2407 in White House 2.

    Seniors, make sure to check out your former elementary and junior high school websites for “Senior Day” information. Don’t miss out! Some schools are offering scholarships.

    In sports…

    Lady Eagles soccer takes the victory 1-0 last night vs. Clear Falls.  On to the Regional Tournament! Lady Eagles Soccer is the third AHS sport in the Regionals so far this year! Way to go ladies!

    Congratulations to our Eagles Baseball team for their win 7-3 against GC Memorial last night.

    Also, our Lady Eagles Softball team defeated Channelview 16-1. Go Eagles!


    Tuesday, April 4th

    Student Council will continue to sell T-shirts and wristbands until we run out. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Wristbands are $1, and shirts are $10.  You can pay cash or with a check to the American Cancer Society.  You are welcome to stop by room 1108 in Red House.  We still have sizes small, medium and large. Thank you for your support!

    Attention all clubs and organizations! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets for Texas Childrens’ Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by Friday, April 7th. Ages range from babies to teenagers.

    Student Council will have a meeting this week on Wednesday, April 5th at 3 pm in the Red LGI.  Don’t forget to bring your Easter basket donation and your March point sheet.  See you there!

    Attention Class Officer Candidates! Your completed election packet and posters are due this Wednesday by 3 PM at the Student Council meeting.

    Are you looking for an opportunity to build leadership and service skills? The Beta Club is an honor society with a focus on school and community service. We would love for you to come and learn more about this service organization. If you would like to become a Beta Club member, please come to one of our informational meeting on Thursday, April 6 starting at 8:45 a.m. in Ms. Marts Room 2419 - White 2.

    There will be a Black Student Union meeting on Thursday, April 6th at 3 p.m. in the Red LGI. EVERYONE is invited"

    Seniors, if you are planning to go to the senior picnic, you need to fill out a permission slip form in order to attend. Permission slip forms can be found at your nearest house secretary, on the class website, and Mrs. Newells Room 2407 in White House 2.

    In sports…

    The Lady Eagles Soccer team has advanced to the Regional Quarterfinals and will face Clear Falls tonight at LaPorte High School at 7 pm. We need everyone to wear red and pack the stadium. Clear Falls brings a big crowd and the girls need your help! Let’s go Eagles!


    Monday, April 3rd.

    Congratulations to our AHS HOSA program! AHS is the number 1 school in the State for blood donations.  Eagles saving lives!!

    We will continue to sell T-shirts and wristbands until we run out. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Wristbands are $1, and shirts are $10.  You can pay cash or with a check to the American Cancer Society.  You are welcome to stop by room 1108 in Red House.

    Attention all clubs and organizations! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets for Texas Childrens’ Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by Friday, April 7th. Ages range from babies to teenagers.

    Atascocita JROTC 2nd Place Overall Grand Champions at the Tomball memorial drill meet this past Saturday. Way to go Eagles!

    Student Council will have a meeting this week on Wednesday, April 5th at 3 pm in the Red LGI.  Don’t forget to bring your Easter basket donation.

    Attention Class Officer Candidates! Your completed election packet and posters are due this Wednesday by 3 PM at the Student Council meeting.

    Are you looking for an opportunity to build leadership and service skills? The Beta Club is an honor society with a focus on school and community service. We would love for you to come and learn more about this service organization. If you would like to become a Beta Club member, please come to one of our informational meetings today from   3:00-4:15 p.m. and Thursday, April 6   8:45 a.m. in Ms. Marts Room 2419 - White 2.

    If you are interested in the Health Science 2 or Sports Medicine clinical rotation classes for the 2017-2018 school year, stop by this week to pick up an application from Ms. Hansen in room 1743. Applications will be due on April 4th.   

    There will be a Black Student Union meeting on Thursday, April 6th at 3 p.m. in the Red LGI. EVERYONE is invited"

    Seniors, if you are planning to go to the senior picnic, you need to fill out a permission slip form in order to attend. Permission slip forms can be found at your nearest house secretary, on the class website, and Mrs. Newells Room 2407 in White House 2.

    In sports…

    The Lady Eagles Soccer team has advanced to the Regional Quarterfinals and will face Clear Falls tomorrow night at LaPorte High School at 7 pm. We need everyone to wear red and pack the stadium. Clear Falls brings a big crowd and the girls need your help! Way to go ladies!

    Congratulations to our Eagles Baseball team for their win 7-0 over CE King this past Friday.  Go Eagles!


     

  • Friday, March 31st.

    Eagles, thank you for taking a stand against cancer this week!  Did you know that Cancer is the second most common cause of death in the U.S. It accounts for nearly 1 in 4 deaths.  Approximately 580,350 Americans are expected to die of cancer in 2017. That’s almost 1,600 people a day. Anyone can develop cancer, however, the risk of getting it increases with age. Most cases occur in middle-aged adults or older. About 77% of all cancers are diagnosed in people 55-years or older.

    We will continue to sell T-shirts and wristbands next week until we run out. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Wristbands are $1, and shirts are $10.  You can pay cash or with a check to the American Cancer Society. Make sure to stop by the Ribbon Wall to honor your loved ones who are currently fighting, those who are survivors, and those who have lost their battle.

    Attention all clubs and organizations! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets for Texas Childrens’ Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by Friday, April 7th. Ages range from babies to teenagers.

    Students – Don’t forget that your PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before 3:00 pm today.

    Are you looking for an opportunity to build leadership and service skills? The Beta Club is an honor society with a focus on school and community service. We would love for you to come and learn more about this service organization. If you would like to become a Beta Club member, please come to one of our informational meetings on Monday April 3  from   3:00-4:15 p.m. and Thursday April 6   8:45 a.m. in Ms. Marts Room 2419 - White 2.

    If you are interested in the Health Science 2 or Sports Medicine clinical rotation classes for the 2017-2018 school year, stop by this week to pick up an application from Ms. Hansen in room 1743. Applications will be due by April 4th.   

    Seniors, if you are planning to go to senior picnic, you need to fill out a permission slip form in order to attend. Permission slip forms can be found at your nearest house secretary, on the class website, and Mrs. Newells Room 2407 in White House 2.

    Attention Seniors!

    Timberwood Middle School will be hosting a breakfast on May 18th at 8 am in the TMS cafeteria for any graduating senior that attended Timberwood Middle School. The Timberwood Middle School PTA is awarding a $500.00 scholarship. Please check the AHS website for scholarship details.

    In sports…

    Lady Eagle's Soccer team will face Clear Springs tonight at 7pm at Abshire Stadium in Deer Park. This will be the Area Round of the playoffs and we need everyone to show up to support your lady eagles. We will be the visiting team. Let's Red out the stadium!!

    Also, best wishes to the following teams!

    Today…

         Boys Track & Field Meet @ UT Austin beginning 7am - continued Saturday

         Men’s Soph/JV Baseball play HERE vs CE King @ 7pm

         Softball vs Kingwood plays @ KHS 4:30pm

         Varsity Tennis plays @ Splendora ISD

         Varsity Lacrosse plays HERE vs Bellaire at 7:30pm - Senior Night

      Saturday 4/1:

         Boys Track & Field Meet @ College Park High 7am


    Wednesday, March 29th

    Eagles, it is Cancer Awareness week! Today we wear yellow or gold for childhood cancers. Did you know that Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children under the age of 15 in the U.S? But, the research is vastly and consistently underfunded. Every year, an estimated 250,000+ new cases of cancer affect children under the age of 20 worldwide. Childhood cancer occurs regularly, randomly and spares no ethnic group; socioeconomic class; or geographic region. In the United States, the incidence of cancer among adolescents and young adults is increasing at a greater rate than any other age group, except those over 65 years.

    We want everyone to take a stand against cancer by following this year’s dress-up days:

    Thursday – Wear Green for Lymphoma or Blue for Cervical Cancers

    Friday – Wear your AHS spirit shirt to show AHS is ALL IN for The Cure.

    T-shirts and wristbands are being sold during all lunches this week until we run out. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Wristbands are $1, and shirts are $10.  You can pay cash or with a check to the American Cancer Society. Make sure to stop by the Ribbon Wall to honor your loved ones who are currently fighting, those who are survivors, and those who have lost their battle.

    Attention all clubs and organizations! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets for Texas Childrens’ Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by Friday, April 7th. Ages range from babies to teenagers.

    Students – Don’t forget that your PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, March 31st at 3:00 pm

    If you are interested in the Health Science 2 or Sports Medicine clinical rotation classes for the 2017-2018 school year, stop by this week to pick up an application from Ms. Hansen in room 1743. Applications will be due by April 4th.   

    Eagles! Don’t forget to order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Attention Seniors!

    Timberwood Middle School will be hosting a breakfast on May 18th at 8 am in the TMS cafeteria for any graduating senior that attended Timberwood Middle School. The Timberwood Middle School PTA is awarding a $500.00 scholarship. Please check the AHS website for scholarship details.

    In sports…

    Lady Eagle's Soccer team will face Clear Springs this Thursday at 7pm at Abshire Stadium in Deer Park. This will be the Area Round of the playoffs and we need everyone to show up to support your lady eagles. We will be the visiting team. Let's Red out the stadium!!


    Monday, March 27th

    Eagles, it is Cancer Awareness week! Today we wear pink for breast cancer awareness. Did you know that breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women? One in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. On average, every 2 minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer and 1 woman will die of breast cancer every 13 minutes.

    We want everyone to take a stand against cancer by following this year’s dress-up days:

    Tuesday – Wear Purple for ALL Cancers

    Wednesday – Wear yellow or gold for Childhood Cancers

    Thursday – Wear Green for Lymphoma or Blue for Cervical Cancers

    Friday – Wear your AHS spirit shirt to show AHS is ALL IN for The Cure.

    T-shirts and wristbands will be sold during all lunches this week until we run out. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Wristbands are $1, and shirts are $10.  You can pay cash or with a check to the American Cancer Society. Make sure to stop by the Ribbon Wall to honor your loved ones who are currently fighting, those who are survivors, and those who have lost their battle.

    Attention all clubs and organizations! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets for Texas Childrens’ Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by Friday, April 7th. Ages range from babies to teenagers.

    Congratulations to the Computer Science UIL team.  They competed Friday in the District UIL competition and came away with 2nd place overall.  The team consists of:

    • Christoff Harvey
    • John Kitwanphatthana
    • Blake Turney
    • Shiloh Williams

    Special recognition goes out to Blake Turney for placing 2nd in the individual Computer Science contest.  Blake will be advancing to the Regional competition in April.

    Students - You may pick up Pass-Fail applications from your House Counselor today. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, March 31st at 3:00 pm

    If you are interested in the Health Science 2 or Sports Medicine clinical rotation classes for the 2017-2018 school year, stop by this week to pick up an application from Ms. Hansen in room 1743. Applications will be due by April 4th.   

    Eagles! Don’t forget to order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    In sports…

    Lady Eagles defeated Dobie Friday night to win the Bi-District Championship 2-0. Way to go Eagles!

    Gymnastics competed well at District Friday.

    The girls gymnastics team finished 1st led by Senior Co-Captains Bailey Atteberry and Petra O'Brien. Petra won Balance beam while Bailey won All-Around.

    Both girls and boys teams advanced to Regionals which will be held here at Atascocita April 12-13.

    Congratulations to the Atascocita Lacrosse team for their 8th win this past Saturday! They are now #1 in their division!

    Congratulations to the Eagles Baseball Team for their win against Summer Creek.  Go Eagles!

    Join us for this year’s Baseball/Softball Cancer Awareness games tomorrow night at the AHS Sports complex. Softball plays at 4:30 and 6 pm. Baseball plays at 7 pm. All ticket sales will go to benefit the American Cancer Society. Come out and support this great cause.


    Friday, March 24

    Thank you to everyone who participated in College Readiness week!

    Friday - During lunches, Ms. Diaz will be in the cafeteria to provide information about dual credit courses at AHS.

    Hey, Eagles - Come on out and join us tomorrow morning for the Eagle Dash 5k mud run. For the low cost of $15, all students will receive a runner’s bag containing a t-shirt, assorted coupons, and giveaways, plus one tardy pass.  Sign up now at www.active.com, keyword: Eagle Dash or come get a registration form at the JROTC classroom in the Athletics hallway.

    Eagles! Don’t forget to order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Students - You may pick up Pass-Fail applications from your House Counselor today. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, March 31st at 3:00 pm

    Attention Eagles!  Do you have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    Student Council and HOSA have joined forces for our annual Relay for Life Campaign. T-shirts and wristbands will be sold during all lunches starting today. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Wristbands are $1, and shirts are $10.  You can pay cash or with a check to the American Cancer Society. Make sure to stop by the Ribbon Wall to honor your loved ones who are currently fighting, those who are survivors, and those who have lost their battle. We want everyone to take a stand against cancer by following this year’s dress-up days:

    • Monday – Wear Pink for Breast Cancer
    • Tuesday – Wear Purple for ALL Cancers
    • Wednesday – Wear yellow or gold for Childhood Cancers
    • Thursday – Wear Green for Lymphoma or Blue for Cervical Cancers
    • Friday – Wear your AHS spirit shirt to show AHS is ALL IN for The Cure.

    Attention all clubs and organizations! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets for Texas Childrens’ Hospital patients who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by Friday, April 7th. Ages range from babies to teenagers.

    If you are interested in the Health Science 2 or Sports Medicine clinical rotation classes for the 2017-2018 school year, stop by this week to pick up an application from Ms. Hansen in room 1743. Applications will be due by April 4th.   

    In sports…

    Our Lady Eagles Soccer team will face Dobie this tonight at 7pm in the Bi-District Playoffs at Galena Park ISD Stadium in North Shore. Let’s pack the stands and help your Lady Eagles advance in the state playoffs. Go Eagles!

    Good luck to our Baseball team as they take on Summercreek today.

    Best wishes to our Softball teams on their game vs CE King today.

    Our AHS Lacross team will take on Westside this Saturday.

    For more information check out the AHS website, Go Eagles!

    Mrs. Delgado Announcement….

    The results are in! Your 2017 -2018 Student Council officers are:

    • President – Jennely Herrera
    • Vice President of Internal Affairs – Gabriel Garcia
    • Vice President of External Affairs – Mikaila Limon
    • Secretary – Brianna Ruiz
    • Treasurer – Ricky Nguyen
    • Parliamentarian – Jennifer Fernandez

    Thursday, March 23

    College Readiness week ends tomorrow.

    Today is college shirt day! Congratulations to all of our college bound seniors!

    Friday – Visit with Ms. Diaz in the cafeteria during all lunches, and learn all about dual credit courses at AHS.

    On Tuesday, March 21st AHS Theatre's One-Act Play competed at the District contest with their play "Rhinoceros" by Eugene Ionesco. Of the 8 schools competing, AHS was one of only 3 schools to Advance to the next level of competition, Bi-District. The Bi-District Contest will be held this Saturday, March 25th at Goose Creek Memorial HS in Baytown. AHS performs last out of 6 schools at that contest, at around 8 pm. Congratulations to the Atascocita Theatre One-Act Play Company and Break a Leg at Bi-District!

    Don’t forget to vote for your Student Council Vice President of External Affairs.  Voting ends today at 3 pm.  Please go to the AHS website and click on the banner to vote for your favorite.  You will need your school Gmail account information to vote. Your candidates are Mikaila Limon and Briana Ruiz.

    Attention AHS Bass Team, there is a mandatory parent meeting this evening at 6:30 pm in Miss Hutchinson's room, 2006. Please bring your t-shirt order forms and sponsorship paperwork with you.

    Hey, Eagles - Come on out and join us for the Eagle Dash 5k mud run. For the low cost of $15, all students will receive a runners bag containing a t-shirt, assorted coupons, and giveaways, plus one tardy pass.  Sign up now at www.active.com, keyword: Eagle Dash or come get a registration form at the JROTC classroom in the Athletics hallway.

    Eagles! Don’t forget to order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Students - You may pick up Pass-Fail applications from your House Counselor today. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, March 31st at 3:00 pm

    Do you like art? Have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    Student Council and HOSA have joined forces for our annual Relay for Life Campaign. T-shirts and wristbands will be sold during all lunches starting this Friday. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  Wristbands are $1, and shirts are $10.  You can pay cash or with a check to the American Cancer Society. Make sure to stop by the Ribbon Wall to honor your loved ones who are currently fighting, those who are survivors, and those who have lost their battle. We want everyone to take a stand against cancer by following this year’s dress-up days:

    Monday – Wear Pink for Breast Cancer

    Tuesday – Wear Purple for ALL Cancers

    Wednesday – Wear yellow or gold for Childhood Cancers

    Thursday – Wear Green for Lymphoma or Blue for Cervical Cancers

    Friday – Wear your AHS spirit shirt to show AHS is ALL IN for The Cure.

    Attention all clubs and organizations! Student Council will be collecting Easter baskets for Texas Childrens’ Hospital patient’s who are battling cancer. If you would like to brighten a young person’s day, please drop off your donation to room 1108 by Friday, April 7th. Ages range from babies to teenagers.

    If you are interested in the Health Science 2 or Sports Medicine clinical rotation classes for the 2017-2018 school year, stop by this week to pick up an application from Ms. Hansen in room 1743. Applications will be due before April 4th.   

    In sports…

    JV and Freshman boys win again!!!!! Both teams win by over 200 pts. Great job! Next week we compete Wednesday at home. Come watch!

    Our JV girls are team champions again! Way to go eagles!


    Wednesday, March 22

    Welcome to College Readiness week!

    Today is Senior Celebration Day! Seniors who bring a copy of a college acceptance letter can visit the library during lunches for a treat. Those who attend the celebration will also be entered into a drawing for a $250 college scholarship courtesy of Balfour. Make sure to take advantage of our awesome photo booth in the library.

    Thursday – Students, Faculty and Staff are encouraged to wear their College Shirts.

    Friday - During lunches, Ms. Diaz will be in the cafeteria to provide information about dual credit courses at AHS.

    Join The Queens of Diamonds Step Team this afternoon at Bahama Bucks from 4-7 for Buck's Benefit Night. Come to support your ladies and grab a tasty drink!

    Don’t forget to vote for your Student Council Vice President of External Affairs. You have until Thursday, March 23rd at 3pm to vote.  Please go to the AHS website and click on the banner to vote for your favorite.  You will need your school gmail account information to vote. Your candidates are juniors: Mikaila Limon and Briana Ruiz.

    Student Council will have a general meeting today at 3pm in the Red LGI. All who are interested in running for a Class Officer position must attend one of two informational meetings. You can attend the informational meeting on Wednesday, right after the general meeting or Thursday morning at 8:45 in room 1108.

    Attention AHS Bass Team, there is a mandatory parent meeting THIS Thursday evening at 6:30pm in Miss Hutchinson's room, 2006. Please bring your t-shirt order forms and sponsorship paperwork with you.

    Hey Eagles - what do you have planned for this Saturday?  Nothing?  Great!  Come on out and join us for the Eagle Dash 5k mud run.  Don't want to run the course?  No problem, you can walk it.  Don't want to wake up?  No worries, the starting times are staggered for those who want to arrive late.  For the low cost of $15 all students will receive a runners bag containing a t-shirt, assorted coupons and giveaways, plus one tardy pass.  Sign up now at www.active.com, keyword: Eagle Dash or come get a registration form at the JROTC classroom in the Athletics hallway.

    Eagles! Don’t forget to order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Students - You may pick up Pass Fail applications from your House Counselor today. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, March 31st at 3:00 pm

    Do you like art? Have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    Cancer Awareness Week begins March 27th through March 31st. Make to follow us on twitter @atascocitastuco for more information. Please stop the student Council table during all lunches to purchase this year’s shirt. All proceed go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  The shirts are $10 and you can pay cash or  with  a check to the American Cancer Society.

    If you are interested in the Health Science 2 or Sports Medicine clinical rotation classes for the 2017-2018 school year, stop by this week to pick up an application from Ms. Hansen in room 1743. Applications will be due by April 4th.   

    In sports…

    Our Lady Eagless Soccer team will face Dobie this Friday night at 7pm in the Bi-District Playoffs at Galena Park ISD Stadium in North Shore. Let’s pack the stands and help your Lady Eagles advance in the state playoffs.

    Congratulations to our Lady Eagles Softball Teams for their victory against Baytown – Sterling last night. Go Eagles!


    Tuesday, March 21st

    Welcome to College Readiness week!

    Today - All students who are registered for at least one AP exam by lunch on 3/21 will have the opportunity to enter their names into a drawing to have up to 2 AP exams paid for!! Don’t forget to stop by the library for more information. There will also be a College Readiness meeting for Parents and Students from 6-8pm in the PAC.

    Wednesday – Senior College Celebration Day! Seniors who bring a copy of a college acceptance letter can visit the library during lunches for a treat. Those who attend the celebration will also be entered into a drawing for a $250 college scholarship courtesy of Balfour.

    Thursday – Students, Faculty and Staff are encouraged to wear their College Shirts.

    Friday - During lunches, Ms. Diaz will be in the cafeteria to provide information about dual credit courses at AHS.

    If you are interested in the Health Science 2 or Sports Medicine clinical rotation classes for the 2017-2018 school year, stop by this week to pick up an application from Ms. Hansen in room 1743. Applications will be due by April 4th.   

    Don’t forget to vote for your Student Council Vice President of External Affairs. We will have a runoff election until Thursday, March 23rd at 3pm. Please go to the AHS website and click on the banner to vote for your favorite. Your candidates are juniors: Mikaila Limon and Briana Ruiz

    Student Council will have a general meeting this Wednesday, March 22nd at 3 pm in the Red LGI. All who are interested in running for a Class Officer position must attend one of two informational meetings. You can attend the informational meeting on Wednesday, right after the general meeting or Thursday morning at 8:45 in room 1108.

    Attention AHS Bass Team, there is a mandatory parent meeting THIS Thursday evening at 6:30 pm in Miss Hutchinson's room, 2006. Please bring your t-shirt order forms and sponsorship paperwork with you.

    Hey Eagles - what do you have planned for this Saturday?  Nothing?  Great!  Come on out and join us for the Eagle Dash 5k mud run.  Don't want to run the course?  No problem, you can walk it.  Don't want to wake up?  No worries, the starting times are staggered for those who want to arrive late.  For the low cost of $15, all students will receive a runners bag containing a t-shirt, assorted coupons, and giveaways, plus one tardy pass.  Sign up now at www.active.com, keyword: Eagle Dash or come get a registration form at the JROTC classroom in the Athletics hallway.

    This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00 until the Yearbook Release date in May, and then it goes to the final price of $80.00, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Students - You may pick up Pass-Fail applications from your House Counselor today. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, March 31st at 3:00 pm

    Do you like art? Have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    Cancer Awareness Week begins March 27th through March 31st. Make to follow us on twitter @atascocitastuco for more information. Please stop the student Council table during all lunches to purchase this year’s shirt. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.  The shirts are $10 and you can pay cash or with a check to the American Cancer Society.

    Sports

    Last Monday the Lady Eagless Soccer team defeated GCMemorial 4-0 to finish district in 2nd place. Overall the girl's record stands at 19-1-1 on the season. We will face Dobie this Friday night at 7 pm in the Bi-District Playoffs at Galena Park ISD Stadium in North Shore. Lets pack the stands and help your Lady Eagles advance in the state playoffs.

    Our lacrosse team is currently ranked #1 in the district!!! Come out to cheer them on at their home game this Saturday, March 25th at 3pm


    Monday, March 20th

    Happy First Day of Spring Eagles! Happy Birthday, Coach Cole!

    Welcome to College Readiness week!

    Today - stop by the library and visit with our counselors about college applications, job searches and building your resume.

    Tuesday - All students who are registered for at least one AP exam by lunch on 3/21 will have the opportunity to enter their names into a drawing to have up to 2 AP exams paid for!! Don’t forget to stop by the library for more information. There will also be a College Readiness meeting for Parents and Students from 6-8pm in the PAC.

    Wednesday – Senior College Celebration Day! Seniors who bring a copy of a college acceptance letter can visit the library during lunches for a treat. Those who attend the celebration will also be entered into a drawing for a $250 college scholarship courtesy of Balfour.

    Thursday – Students, Faculty and Staff are encouraged to wear their College Shirts.

    Friday - During lunches, Ms. Diaz will be in the cafeteria to provide information about dual credit courses at AHS.

    Student Council Elections are this week and here are your candidates:

    • President – Jennely Herrera
    • Vice President of Internal Affairs – Gabriel Garcia
    • Treasurer – Ricky Nguyen
    • Parliamentarian – Jennifer Fernandez
    • Vice President of External Affairs has 2 potential candidates. We will have a runoff election until Thursday, March 23rd at 3pm. Please go to the AHS website and click on the banner to vote for your favorite. Your candidates are juniors: Mikaila Limon and Briana Ruiz

    Student Council will have a general meeting this Wednesday, March 22nd at 3pm in the Red LGI. All who are interested in running for a Class Officer position must attend one of two informational meetings. You can attend the informational meeting on Wednesday, right after the general meeting or Thursday morning at 8:45 in room 1108.

    Attention AHS Bass Team, there is a mandatory parent meeting THIS Thursday evening at 6:30pm in Miss Hutchinson's room, 2006. Please bring your t-shirt order forms and sponsorship paperwork with you.

    This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00 until the Yearbook Release date in May, and then it goes to the final price of $80.00, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Students - You may pick up Pass Fail applications from your House Counselor today. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, March 31st at 3:00 pm

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    Do you like art? Have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    Cancer Awareness Week begins March 27th through March 31st. Make to follow us on twitter @atascocitastuco for more information.


    Thursday, March 9th

    Congratulations to our AHS Bass Team member, Jacob Witkowski, on breaking the record for the largest catfish caught in Lake Houston!! Way to go!

    AHS Bass Team members, please stop by Ms. Hutchinson's room, 2006, to pick up your sponsorship paperwork and your t-shirt packets this week.

    Attention Eagles!!!!!!! The AHS Talon first annual AHS Dating Game and will be available to watch starting on Thursday, March 9 on the AHS Talon Website by logging on to www.ahstalon.com! Also If you are doing anything cool for Spring Break, let us know so we can tell your story in our March Series: Spring Break is What it Takes!

    Attention Eagles!!!!!!! A Mysterious AHS Talon Staffer will be on the lurk looking for someone who is NOT wearing green on this Friday!!! The AHS Talon is observing St. Patricks Day early since we will be on Spring Break during the actual day. When that person finds you, they just may give you a gentle pinch and interview you on video for the “Kiss Me I’m Irish” Exclusive for the AHS Talon Newspaper.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!  This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $75.00, so DO NOT delay!!! The $75.00 price is only until the Yearbook Release date in May, then it goes to the final price of $80.00, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Students - You may pick up Pass Fail applications from your House Counselor today. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, March 31st at 3:00 pm

    Students who selected dual credit courses for next school year have an opportunity to take the required TSI Test at AHS.  Space is limited.  Deadline to sign up to test at AHS is March 10th.  Please see Mrs. Diaz in the registrar's office room 1004 located across from Fine Arts for more information.

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    Do you like art? Have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    In Sports…

    Tuesday night the Lady Eagles defeated Sterling 5-0. The win pushes their district record to 10-1-1 and 17-1-1 overall. Next up will be CE King Friday night. We will be honoring our Seniors so come out and support your lady eagles. JV at 5 and Varsity at 7.


    Wednesday, March 8th

    Our AHS Orchestra groups competed in yesterday’s UIL concert and site reading contest. Congratulations on getting sweepstakes! Way to go Eagles!

    Attention Sophomores and Juniors!  Are you interested in joining National Honor Society?  All current 10th and 11th graders with at least a 4.25 GPA are invited to apply for NHS for the 2017-2018 school year.  If you missed yesterday’s meeting, please meet us in the Blue LGI Thursday morning at 8:45 for more information about the organization and to pick up an application.  If you have any questions about NHS membership, you can also see Ms. Williams in room 1909 or Ms. Spence in room 1910 for more info.

    Interested in UIL Vocabulary and Spelling? Come to room 2605 today after school for competition information from Ms. Davison.

    Attention Student Council Members! We will have a meeting today at 3pm in the Red LGI. After the meeting we will begin our “Cross Country Clean Up” service project.  Also, class officer elections are quickly approaching. In order to run, you must be a member in good standing.  You are welcome to visit our website to check out your point status.

    Students who selected dual credit courses for next school year have an opportunity to take the required TSI Test at AHS.  Space is limited.  Deadline to sign up to test at AHS is March 10th.  Please see Mrs. Diaz in the registrar's office room 1004 located across from Fine Arts for more information.

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    Do you like art? Have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    In Sports…

    Softball will have their first district home game today vs Kingwood at Jimbo Field.  Game times are 4:30 and 6pm. Let’s fill up the stands and show our support to our girls! Go Eagles!


    Tuesday, March 7th

    Congratulations to the Patriettes for winning top honors at their State Dance Competition March 4th! Our team one top honors for Choreography, performance, and Technique. Alexa Pagano won Grand Champion Senior Soloist and Abby Galvan was Grand Champion Soloist for 9th/10th grade. Our Officer team was Grand Champion and our Jazz routine scored our school’s first 100 out of 100! In addition, our team was voted most inspirational by all of their peers. Please congratulate the Patriettes for a wonderful competition season.

    Attention Sophomores and Juniors!  Are you interested in joining National Honor Society?  All current 10th and 11th graders with at least a 4.25 GPA are invited to apply for NHS for the 2017-2018 school year.  Come to the Gold LGI at 3pm today after school or meet us in the Blue LGI Thursday morning at 8:45 for more information about the organization and to pick up an application.  If you have any questions about NHS membership, you can also see Ms. Williams in room 1909 or Ms. Spence in room 1910 for more info.

    Interested in UIL Vocabulary and Spelling? Come to room 2605 today, or Wednesday after school for competition information from Ms. Davison.

    Attention Student Council Officer Candidates! Your completed packets and posters are due this Wednesday by 3pm in room 1108. Your posters must be approved by Mrs. Leblanc in Gold 1.

    Attention Student Council Members! Our next meeting will be this Wednesday, March 8th at 3pm in the Red LGI. After the meeting we will begin our “Cross Country Clean Up” service project.  If you haven’t picked up a point sheet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room.  Also, class officer elections are quickly approaching. In order to run, you must be a member in good standing.  You are welcome to visit our website to check out your point status.

    Students who selected dual credit courses for next school year have an opportunity to take the required TSI Test at AHS.  Space is limited.  Deadline to sign up to test at AHS is March 10th.  Please see Mrs. Diaz in the registrar's office room 1004 located across from Fine Arts for more information.

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    Do you like art? Have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    In Sports…

    Congratulations to both the girls and boys basketball teams on a great season!

    Men's Soccer will play at home today versus Baytown Sterling.  They look forward to seeing and hearing you in the stands. Come out and support while you can!

    The JV girl's soccer game for tonight against Sterling has been canceled and the Varsity game has been moved to Stallworth Stadium at 4pm against Sterling.

    Softball will have their first district game tomorrow. They will play at home vs Kingwood with games times at 4:30 and 6pm. Let’s fill up the stands and show our support to our girls! Go Eagles!


    Monday, March 6th

    Interested in UIL Vocabulary and Spelling? Come to room 2605 today, Tuesday, or Wednesday after school for competition information from Ms. Davison.

    Attention Student Council Officer Candidates! Your completed packets and posters are due on March 8th by 3 pm in room 1108. Your posters must be approved by Mrs. Leblanc in Gold 1.

    Attention Student Council Members! Our next meeting will be this Wednesday, March 8th at 3 pm in the Red LGI. If you haven’t picked up a point sheet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room.  Also, class officer elections are quickly approaching. In order to run, you must be a member in good standing.  You are welcome to visit our website to check out your point status.

    Students who selected dual credit courses for next school year have an opportunity to take the required TSI Test at AHS.  Space is limited.  Deadline to sign up to test at AHS is March 10th.  Please see Mrs. Diaz in the registrar's office room 1004 located across from Fine Arts for more information.

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    Do you like art? Have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    In Sports…

    Men's Soccer will play at home on Tuesday, March 7th versus Baytown Sterling.  They look forward to seeing and hearing you in the stands.   Come out and support while you can!

    Lady Eagles' Soccer will face Baytown Sterling tomorrow at Baytown Sterling. Good luck ladies!

    Softball has their first district game at home vs Kingwood. Let’s fill up the stands and show our support to our girls! Go Eagles!


    Friday, March 3rd

    Happy Go Texan day everyone!

    Congratulations to the AHS Latin Club students who competed at the Houston Area Latin Convention on February 25.  AHS competed against 17 Houston Area schools and placed 3rd in Sweepstakes. You make us proud to be an Eagle!

    Don’t forget to order your Yearbook today! Visit the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Congratulations and best wishes to Mrs. Kennedy who is now a Finalist for District Teacher of the Year.

    Cardboard City needs you this Saturday, March 4th.  Register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  

    Interested in UIL Vocabulary and Spelling? Come to room 2605 Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday after school for competition information from Ms. Davison.

    Attention Student Council Officer Candidates! Your completed packets and posters are due on March 8th by 3pm in room 1108. Your posters must be approved by Mrs. Leblanc in Gold 1.

    Attention Student Council Members! Our next meeting will be March 8th at 3pm in the Red LGI. If you haven’t picked up a point sheet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room.  Also, class officer elections are quickly approaching. In order to run, you must be a member in good standing.  You are welcome to visit our website to check out your point status.

    Students who selected dual credit courses for next school year have an opportunity to take the required TSI Test at AHS.  Space is limited.  Deadline to sign up to test at AHS is March 10th.  Please see Mrs. Diaz in the registrar's office room 1004 located across from Fine Arts for more information.

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    Do you like art? Have a great idea for an AHS school ID? If so, your design could be our next school ID for the 2017-2018 School Year! Pick up a form from any house secretary. Entries are due by Thursday, April 13. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Johnson in Red 2.

    In Sports…

    Men's Soccer will play away at Summer Creek HS tonight, and will be back at home again on Tuesday, March 7th versus Baytown Sterling.  They look forward to seeing and hearing you in the stands.   Come out and support while you can!
    The boys’ basketball team will take on CY Falls tonight at 8 pm at the Berry Center. Go Eagles!!!
    Lady Eagles' Soccer will face Summer Creek at home tonight. JV plays at 5 and Varsity at 7. Come out support your Lady Eagles!
    Come out and support your Lacrosse teams. They play today at- 5pm & 7pm vs St Thomas @
    Insperity Sports Complex, and Saturday at 10am Varsity plays vs Mandeville, LA @ Fall Creek Sports Complex.


    Thursday, March 2nd

    This Friday is Go Texan Day! We encourage everyone to participate and show your Texas Pride!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? Ms. Lamb is taking a group in June of 2018. You will also have the opportunity to receive 3 college credits for going. If you received an invitation from Ms. Lamb or you are still interested in going there will be a parent meeting this Thursday, March 2nd in the Gold LGI from 6-6:30pm. You don't want to miss this exciting opportunity. See Ms. Lamb in room 2020 if you have any questions."

    Cardboard City needs you this Saturday, March 4th.  Come spend the night at Turner Stadium and make a difference in our community.  The registration fee is only $25 and includes a cardboard home building competition, a concert and food. Register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  

    Attention Student Council Officer Candidate! Your completed packets and posters are due on March 8th by 3pm in room 1108. Your posters must be approved by Mrs. Leblanc in Gold 1.

    Attention Student Council Members! Our next meeting will be March 8th at 3pm in the Red LGI. If you haven’t picked up a point sheet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room.  Also, class officer elections are quickly approaching. In order to run, you must be a member in good standing.  You are welcome to visit our website to check out your point status.

    Last call for yearbooks!! The sale price starting $70 will expire this Friday, March 3rd. Do not delay! Order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    In Sports…

    Good luck to our Boys and Girls Track Team! Go Eagles!

    Men's Soccer will play away at Summer Creek HS on Friday night, and will be back at home again on Tuesday, March 7th versus Baytown Sterling.  They look forward to seeing and hearing you in the stands.   Come out and support while you can!

    The boys’ basketball team will take on CY Falls Friday night 8 pm at the Berry Center. Go Eagles!!!

    Lady Eagles' Soccer will face Summer Creek at home this Friday. JV plays at 5 and Varsity at 7. Come out support your Lady Eagles! With this win last night, the Lady Eagles clinched a playoff spot. Way to go ladies!

    Come out and support your Lacrosse teams. They will play this Friday- 5pm & 7pm (JV & Varstiy) vs St Thomas @

    Insperity Sports Complex

    Saturday at 10am Varsity vs Mandeville, LA @ Fall Creek Sports Complex.


    Wednesday, March 1st.

    This Friday is Go Texan Day! We encourage everyone to participate and show your Texas Pride!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? Ms. Lamb is taking a group in June of 2018. You will also have the opportunity to receive 3 college credits for going. If you received an invitation from Ms. Lamb or you are still interested in going there will be a parent meeting this Thursday, March 2nd in the Gold LGI from 6-6:30pm. You don't want to miss this exciting opportunity. See Ms. Lamb in room 2020 if you have any questions."

    Cardboard City needs you this Saturday, March 4th.  Come spend the night at Turner Stadium and make a difference in our community.  The registration fee is only $25 and includes a card board home building competition, a concert and food. Register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  

    Attention Student Council Officer Candidate! Your completed packets and posters are due on March 8th by 3pm in room 1108. Your posters must be approved by Mrs. Leblanc in Gold 1.

    Attention Student Council Members! Our next meeting will be March 8th at 3pm in the Red LGI. If you haven’t picked up a point sheet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room.  Also, class officer elections are quickly approaching. In order to run, you must be a member in good standing.  You are welcome to visit our website to check out your point status.

    Last call for yearbooks!! The sale price starting $70 will expire this Friday, March 3rd. Do not delay! Order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    In Sports…

    Congratulations to the boys’ basketball team for their huge WIN vs Pearland last night.  The Eagles prevailed 48-46 in a front of a full house at Philip's Field House. Fabian White led all scorers with 19 points followed by Joe Rollins with 10. The Eagle TEAM DEFENSE came through with key stops throughout the game. Jakory Champagne came up with the game winning steal and a follow up layup by Devin Harrison sealed the game for the Eagles with 17 seconds left to play. Great Job Eagles!   With the win the Eagles advance to the Regional Tournament for the 4th year in a row!  Atascocita will take on CY Falls Friday night 8 pm at the Berry Center. Go Eagles!!!

    Lady Eagles' Soccer defeated North Shore last night 3-0.  With the win, the Lady Eagles move their district record to 8-1-1 and 15-1-1 overall. We will face Summer Creek at home this Friday. JV plays at 5 and Varsity at 7. Come out support your Lady Eagles! With this win last night, the Lady Eagles clinched a playoff spot. Way to go ladies!

    Come out and support your Lacrosse teams. They will play this Friday- 5pm & 7pm (JV & Varstiy) vs St Thomas @

    Insperity Sports Complex

    Saturday at 10am Varsity vs Mandeville, LA @ Fall Creek Sports Complex

  • Tuesday, February 28th

    Today on the last day of Black History Month, we celebrate Alicia Garza, Opal Tometi, and Patrisse Cullors who created the Black Lives Matter movement and are actively working to help end police brutality in America. Thank you, Alicia Garza, Opal Tometi, and Patrisse Cullors.  

    This Friday is Go Texan Day! We encourage everyone to participate and show your Texas Pride!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? Ms. Lamb is taking a group in June of 2018. You will also have the opportunity to receive 3 college credits for going. If you received an invitation from Ms. Lamb or you are still interested in going there will be a parent meeting this Thursday, March 2nd in the Gold LGI from 6-6:30pm. You don't want to miss this exciting opportunity. See Ms. Lamb in room 2020 if you have any questions."

    Attention Student Council members! If you are running for a Student Council Officer position, please make sure to sign up for an interview time this week in Mrs. Delgado’s room.  All completed packets and posters are due by March 8th.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00 until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Cardboard City is this Saturday, March 4th!  It’s not too late to participate and make a difference in our community, so join us at Turner Stadium to sleep in a cardboard box so that a homeless person won’t have to.  The registration fee is only $25. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    In Sports…

    • The Boys Basketball team plays tonight at 6pm at Philip's Field House in Pasadena.  Let’s all come out and support the basketball team.  Go Eagles!!!
    • The Men's Soccer Team plays at home tonight versus first place North Shore at 7:30.  See you there!
    • Come out and support your Lacrosse teams. They will play this Friday- 5pm & 7pm (JV & Varstiy) vs St Thomas @ Insperity Sports Complex
    • Saturday at 10am Varsity vs Mandeville, LA @ Fall Creek Sports Complex

    Monday, February 27th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Barack Obama the 44th president of the United States and also was the first Black president of America and the first born outside the contiguous United States. His hard work throughout law school and his run for presidency lead many Black youth to aspire to be in higher roles and positions of power and older Black citizens to cherish the change that has come from the 1900s. Thank you Barack Obama.

    Attention Eagles! Today several college representatives will be on campus to advertise and answer questions about. You can visit their table during all lunches.

    This Friday is Go Texan Day! We encourage everyone to participate and show your Texas Pride!

    Attention Student Council members! If you are running for a Student Council Officer position, please make sure to sign up for an interview time this week in Mrs. Delgado’s room.  All completed packets and posters are due by March 8th.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00 until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Cardboard City is this coming Saturday, March 4th!  It’s not too late to participate and make a difference in our community, so join us at Turner Stadium to sleep in a cardboard box so that a homeless person won’t have to.  The registration fee is only $25. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  

    Registration is now open for the final session of After School Credit Recovery that begins on Monday, March 27th. Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in the final session, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited. Register early!

    In Sports…

    Congratulations to the Boys Basketball team in their Area Play Off win Friday night.  The Eagles defeated Alief Taylor 64-48.  Fabian White led the way with 31 points 19 rebounds and 5 blocks. Devin Harrison added 11 points and Jakory Champagne added 9 as the Eagles  TEAM DEFENSE smothered the Taylor Lions. Atascocita advances to the Regional Quarter Finals game vs Pearland Tuesday night at 6pm at Philip's Field House in Pasadena.  Let’s all come out and support the basketball team.  Go Eagles!!!

    While the weather is nice, make an effort to come out and support your Men's Soccer Team.  The Eagles are back in action at home again versus first place North Shore on Tuesday, 2/28 at 7:30.  See you there!


    Friday, February 24th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Jean-Michel Basquiat, a Neo-Expressionist painter in the 1980's; known best for his primitive style and collaboration with pop artist Andy Warhol. He made history as one of the youngest painters to have his paintings shown at the Kestner-Gesellschaft Gallery in Hanover, Germany.

    We will run a Fan Bus today to the boys’ basketball game. Sign up during all lunches in the cafeteria. You must have a signed permission slip turned in to ride the bus - No permission slip on file - you do not ride the bus.

    NO EXCEPTIONS! Bus will leave cafeteria Friday at 5:30.See anyone in front office if you need additional information.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    CardBoard City is quickly approaching! It’s not too late to participate and make a difference in our community, so join us March 4th at Turner Stadium to sleep in a cardboard box so that a homeless person won’t have to.  The registration fee is only $25. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  Be a hero!!!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!

    College Reps on Main Street Monday 2/27. Several college representatives will be available to advertise and answer questions. Check them out during all lunches.

    In Sports…

    The following teams play today and tomorrow:

    • Varsity Boys Baseball Tournament HERE 11am – continued Saturday
    • Girls Soccer HERE vs Channelview 5pm
    • Varsity Tennis @ Conroe ISD
    • Boys Basketball Team plays away
    • Boys Track & Field @ Humble HS 7am on Saturday

    Go Eagles!!!

    While the weather is nice, make an effort to come out and support your Men's Soccer Team.  The Eagles are back in action at home again versus first place North Shore on Tuesday, 2/28 at 7:30.  See you there!


    Thursday, February 23rd

    In honor of Black History Month, today we Florence Griffith-Joyner or "Flo Jo" is known as one of the fastest women in the world with her world records in the 100 and 200 hundred meter dash from the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

    The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff is launching the Valentines and Black History Month Series all through the month of February!!! Also please stay tuned as the AHS Talon will host the first annual AHS Dating Game, which we will film this today and be available for everyone to watch on the AHS Talon Website by logging on to www.ahstalon.com very soon.  

    There will be a final mandatory Parent Meeting for everyone attending the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break on this afternoon at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House discussing all final details. Please be on time!!!

    We will run a Fan Bus to Friday’s boys’ basketball game. Sign up during all lunches in the cafeteria. You must have a signed permission slip turned in to ride the bus - No permission slip on file - you do not ride the bus.

    NO EXCEPTIONS! Bus will leave cafeteria Friday at 5:30.See anyone in front office if you need additional information.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Did you know that the average age of homelessness in our area is 9 years old?

    Challenge yourself by taking part in Cardboard City 2017 on Saturday, March 4th. Spend the night in a Cardboard Box at Turner Stadium so that a homeless person doesn’t have to.  The registration fee is only $25. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  Get a group of friends together and make a difference!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!

    In Sports…

    Congratulations to the boys’ basketball team in their Bi district playoff victory of Deer Park this past Tuesday night.  The Eagles won 66-43 and were led by Fabian White with 28 points. Kobe Wilson chipped in 15 points and Dylan Dawson with 6. The Eagles got off to a fast start and never looked back. Way to go Boys! Come out and support our next match this Friday.  Go Eagles!!!

    On Tuesday night at Turner stadium, your Eagles faced off against district rivals Kingwood.  AHS' efforts proved fruitful as senior Dylan Leffert capitalized on a corner kick effort on a ball served by senior Andy Berrios. During the second half, Kingwood scored, leveling the game at one goal each.  The game ended in a draw.

    While the weather is nice, make an effort to come out and support your Men's Soccer Team.  The Eagles are back in action at home again versus first place North Shore on Tuesday, 2/28 at 7:30.  See you there!


    Wednesday, February 22nd

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate African American leader and prominent figure in the Nation of Islam, Malcolm X.  He articulated the concept of race pride and Black Nationalism in the 1950s and 1960s. Often by the use of militant power , Malcolm gained national attention to issues surrounding the Black community with his most famous call to action speech "The Ballot or the Bullet". Thank you, Malcolm X.

    The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff is launching the Valentines and Black History Month Series all through the month of February!!! Also please stay tuned as the AHS Talon will host the first annual AHS Dating Game, which we will film this Thursday and be available for everyone to watch on the AHS Talon Website by logging on to www.ahstalon.com very soon.  

    There will be a final mandatory Parent Meeting for everyone attending the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House discussing all final details. Please be on time!!!

    We will run a Fan Bus to Friday’s boy’s basketball game. Sign up during all lunches in the cafeteria. You must have a signed permission slip turned in to ride the bus - No permission slip on file - you do not ride the bus. NO EXCEPTIONS! Bus will leave cafeteria Friday at 5:30 See anyone in front office if you need additional information

    Attention Student Council members! We will have a Student Council meeting today at 3PM in the Red LGI.  In order to run for a Student Body Officer position, you must be a member in good standing, as well as, attend one of 2 informational meetings. The 1st informational meeting will be today after the general meeting, and the 2nd will be Thursday morning at 8:45 am in room 1108. For more information please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Did you know that the average age of homelessness in our area is 9 years old?

    Challenge yourself by taking part in Cardboard City 2017 on Saturday, March 4th. Spend the night in a Cardboard Box at Turner Stadium so that a homeless person doesn’t have to.  The registration fee is only $25. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  Get a group of friends together and make a difference!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity


    Tuesday, February 21st

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Berry Gordy Jr., founder of Motown Records, the most successful black-owned Music Company in the history of the United States. He helped develop musicians and singers such as the Supremes, the Jackson 5, and Marvin Gaye. He helped both singers and songwriters achieve commercial success. Thank you, Berry Gordy.

    Want to join AHS Cheer? There is an informational meeting tonight at 6:00 p.m. in the Red LGI.  You can also find information on the AHS Cheer website. 

    The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff is launching the Valentines and Black History Month Series all through the month of February!!! Also please stay tuned as the AHS Talon will host the first annual AHS Dating Game, which we will film this Thursday and be available for everyone to watch on the AHS Talon Website by logging on to www.ahstalon.com very soon.  

    There will be a final mandatory Parent Meeting for everyone attending the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break on Thursday, February 23, 2017, at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House to discuss all final details. Please be on time!!!

    Attention Student Council members! Student Body elections are approaching. Our next meeting will be February 22nd at 3 PM in the Red LGI.  In order to run for a Student Body Officer position, you must be a member in good standing, as well as, attend one of 2 informational meetings. The 1st informational meeting will be February 22nd after the general meeting, and the 2nd will be Thursday morning at 8:45 am in room 1108. For more information please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Did you know that the average age of homelessness in our area is 9 years old? Challenge yourself by taking part in Card Board City 2017 on Saturday, March 4th. Spend the night in a Cardboard Box at Turner Stadium so that a homeless person doesn’t have to.  The registration fee is only $25. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  Get a group of friends together and make a difference!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!

    In Sports…

    Tonight the Lady Eagle's Soccer team will face Kingwood at Kingwood for the start of the second round of district play. Right now, the JV will play at 5 and Varsity at 7 pm. The game may be changed to Turner at 6 pm due to field conditions but that decision will be made a little later today. This is a huge game as this is a battle for 1st place. Lady Eagles defeated last time 3-2 in the last seconds of the game. This should be a great game. Let's red out that stadium!!

    Gymnastics competed Friday at Kingwood Klassic against every team in our Region. In a very tight competition, Atascocita Girls edged out Round Rock by 0.75 to come home with yet another win. The team was led by Senior Co-Captains Bailey Atteberry and Petra O'Brien. Bailey won Balance Beam; Petra won Floor and the All-Around. Congratulations Ladies!


    Friday, February 17th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Oprah Winfrey. She has been cited as the richest African American of the 20th century making almost 2.9 billion dollars a year. She also made history becoming the first female African-American to host a television show. Thank you, Oprah Winfrey.

    Want to join AHS Cheer? There is an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 21st at 6:00 p.m. in the Red LGI.  You can also find information on the AHS Cheer website.  

    A huge thank you to all that donated blood this school year! Because of your generous donations, Atascocita won best high school in the Gulf Coast Region thanks to you all. Mark your calendar Eagles the last blood drive for the school year will be in April.

    Good luck to our AHS Bass Team as they take on Kingwood High School tomorrow in a "friendly" fishing tournament!

    Attention Student Council members! Student Body elections are approaching. Our next meeting will be February 22nd at 3 PM in the Red LGI.  In order to run for a Student Body Officer position, you must be a member in good standing, as well as, attend one of 2 informational meetings. The 1st will be February 22nd after the general meeting, and the 2nd will be Thursday morning at 8:45 am in room 1108. For more information please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Congratulations to the 2016-2017 Humble ISD Livestock Show Top 15!!!

    Amber Johnson – 8th Place Rabbits

    Kayla Wheeler – 9th Place Rabbits

    Madison Thomas – 10th Place Rabbits

    Brooke Kelley – 12th Place Rabbits


    Ashley Gates – Sr Rabbit Showmanship Winner

    Megan Calfee – Grand Champion Lamb

    Logan Wagnon – 7th Place Lamb & Sr Lamb Showmanship Winner

    Kelly Raybon – 10th Place Lamb


    Megan Calfee – 5th Place Goat

    Madison Emmert – 8th Place Goat

    Christian Hill – 9th Place Goat

    Emily Wagnon – 12th Place Goat

    Madyson Clark – 14th Place Goat

    Timothy Swenson – 15th Place Goat


    Marissa Watson – Reserve Grand Champion Swine

    Jake Everett – 14th Place Swine


    McKinzie Tinsley – Grand Champion Steer

    Carter Lankford – 8th Place Steer

    Curtis Lemelle – 9th Place Steer

    Bayleigh Huckeba – 11th Place Steer

    Hailey Fain – 12th Place Steer

    Michael LaCourt – 15th Place Steer


    Did you know that the average age of homelessness in our area is 9 years old?

    Challenge yourself by taking part in Card Board City 2017 on Saturday, March 4th. Spend the night in a Cardboard Box at Turner Stadium so that a homeless person doesn’t have to.  The registration fee is only $25. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  Get a group of friends together and make a difference!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!

    In Sports…

             UIL State Swim and Dive @ UT Austin – GOOD LUCK SWIM!!! – continued Saturday

             Lady Eagles Basketball vs Pearland HS @ Delmar Stadium for the Area Round @6pm

             Boys Basketball play HERE vs Seven Lakes 4:30 pm

             Girls Soccer play HERE vs GC Memorial 5 pm

             Boys Soccer vs GC Memorial @ GC Memorial 5 pm

             Varsity Tennis @ Deer Park ISD – continued Saturday


    Thursday, February 16th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Lewis Howard Latimer an inventor and draftsman best known for contributions to the patenting of the light bulb and the telephone. He was not recognized for his works in helping Alexander Graham Bell until his death.

    Want to join AHS Cheer? There is an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 21st at 6:00 p.m. in the Red LGI.  You can also find information on the AHS Cheer website.  

    Attention Student Council members! Student Body elections are approaching. Our next meeting will be February 22nd at 3 PM in the Red LGI.  In order to run for a Student Body Officer position, you must be a member in good standing, as well as, attend one of 2 informational meetings. The 1st will be February 22nd after the general meeting, and the 2nd will be Thursday morning at 8:45 am in room 1108. For more information please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Did you know that the average age of homelessness in our area is 9 years old?

    Challenge yourself by taking part in Card Board City 2017 on Saturday, March 4th. Spend the night in a Cardboard Box at Turner Stadium so that a homeless person doesn’t have to.  The registration fee is only $25. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  Get a group of friends together and make a difference!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? Ms. Lamb is taking a group to discover the science behind the beautiful island. See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details and to receive an invitation with all the details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!

    Attention seniors! The Balfour Company will be on campus on today to take your class ring and graduation orders during all lunches.  

    Seniors!! Don’t forget to go to the AHS website, click on the banner, and vote for your Senior Favorites!

    In Sports…

    The Lady Eagles won their Bi-District playoff game vs. Deer Park on Tuesday night! Brittney Stafford & DeDe Davis both had 11 and Shaniya Klauser added in 10.  The lady Eagles will face off with Pearland for the Area round on Friday @ 6:00 PM @ Delmar Stadium.  Let's Go Get’Em Lady Eagles!

    Best wishes to our JV Track team as they travel to the Woodlands today. Go Eagles!

    Our Lady Eagles Swim Team is State bound! Congratulations and good luck!


    Wednesday, February 15th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate The Tuskegee airmen, the first black servicemen to serve as military aviators in the U.S. armed forces, flying with distinction during World War 2.The highly publicized successes of the Tuskegee Airmen helped pave the way for the eventual integration of the U.S. armed forces under President Harry Truman in 1948. Thank you Tuskegee Airmen.

    Anyone who is planning on traveling to Charlotte, NC this Spring Break for the annual HBCU Tour, there is a brief mandatory Student Meeting today at 3:00 PM in Room 1717. Please be on time!

    Attention Student Council members! Student Body elections are approaching. Make sure to take advantage of our current point opportunities. For more information please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola. Our next meeting will be February 22nd at 3PM in the Red LGI.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Cardboard City 2017 will take place on Saturday, March 4th. Spend the night in a Cardboard Box at Turner Stadium so that a homeless person doesn’t have to.  The registration fee is only $25. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  Take this opportunity to change the lives 973 homeless students. Get a group of friends together and make a difference!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? Ms. Lamb is taking a group to discover the science behind the beautiful island. See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details and to receive an invitation with all the details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!

    Attention seniors! The Balfour Company will be on campus on Thursday to take your class ring and graduation orders during all lunches.  

    Seniors!! Don’t forget to go to the AHS website, click on the banner, and vote for your Senior Favorites!


    Tuesday, February 14th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Toni Morrison a Nobel Prize- and Pulitzer-winning American novelist with her works "The Bluest Eye" and "Beloved". She captivates all audiences with her effective use of rhetoric winning her many awards and critic's love. Thank you, Toni Morrison.

    Anyone who is planning on traveling to Charlotte, NC this Spring Break for the annual HBCU Tour, there is a brief mandatory Student Meeting this Wednesday, February 15, 2017, at 3:00 PM in Room 1717 for all participants to pick their roommates for the hotel. If you do not attend, your roommates will be picked for you. Please be on time!

    Attention Student Council members! Student Body elections are approaching. Make sure to take advantage of current point opportunities. For more information please Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola. Our next meeting will be February 22nd at 3 PM in the Red LGI.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Card Board City 2017 is approaching. Saturday, March 4th will be an opportunity to change the lives of 973 homeless students. Spend the night in a Cardboard Box at Turner Stadium so that a homeless person doesn’t have to. You can register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  Get a group of friends together and make a difference!

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? Ms. Lamb is taking a group to discover the science behind the beautiful island. See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details and to receive an invitation with all the details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!

    Attention seniors! The Balfour Company will be on campus next Thursday to take your class ring and graduation orders during all lunches.


    Monday, February 13th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Donyale Luna, the first Black model to be featured in Vogue during the Civil Rights era. She perfected a new, creative space for Black models today like Naomi Campbell who was inspired by her.

    Attention Students! Today is picture day. Please make sure to check in with your sponsors for times.  Please meet in the front rotunda.

    Congratulations to our Pattriettes for earning multiple awards at their competition this past Saturday.

    • 1st place Social Officer Dance
    • 1st place Medium Ensemble
    • Tie for 1st from our two duets
    • Alexa Pagano 1st place 12th grade soloist
    • Julia Smith 2nd runner up 12th grade soloist
    • Kelci Beach semifinalist 12th grade soloist
    • Abby Galvan 1st runner up junior soloist
    • Katie Holmes 4th runner up junior soloist
    • All team and officer routines received 1st in their category.

    Officers won overall Grand Champion officer group and team won Grand Champion Extra Large team.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Cardboard City 2017 is approaching. Saturday, March 4th will be an opportunity to change the lives 973 homeless students. Register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? Ms. Lamb is taking a group to discover the science behind the beautiful island. See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details and to receive an invitation with all the details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!

    Attention seniors! The Balfour Company will be on campus next Thursday to take your class ring and graduation orders during all lunches.  

    In sports…

    Gymnastics traveled to Alvin on Friday. Girls team brought home yet another win. Senior Captain Petra O'Brien won beam, floor, and All-Around. Next stop for Gymnastics is Friday at Kingwood. Go Eagles!


    Friday, February 10

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Matt Baker known as the first African American cartoonist to be published nationally with his most famous being the "Phantom Lady" in Fox Comics, inspiring many young Black artists today.

    Today concludes our Teen Dating Violence Awareness week. Thank you to all who participated! Please make sure to stop by our table during all lunches to sign a dating pledge.  

    The Class of 2018 is selling Valentine gift boxes for $5 and $10. You will find us under the letter G in the cafeteria, every day, at all lunches. The gift boxes will be delivered on Valentine's Day on February 14 during 1st and second period. Please buy our tins and support the class of 2018.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Don’t forget his Saturday, Feb 11th, in the Big Gym we are giving you a step showcase and member probate for the Queens of Diamonds. Show starts at 5 pm, doors open at 4. Buy pre-sales now at all lunches for $8! Or $10 at the door.

    Cardboard City 2017 is approaching. Saturday, March 4th will be an opportunity to change the lives 973 homeless students. Register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? Ms. Lamb is taking a group to discover the science behind the beautiful island. See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details and to receive an invitation with all the details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!

    Attention seniors! The Balfour Company will be on campus next Thursday to take your class ring and graduation orders during all lunches.  

    In sports…

    Boys basketball takes on Kingwood tonight at 7:00 pm at Kingwood HS.  Rumor is that the Kingwood student body will pack the gym at tonight’s game. Lets ALL come out and show them who runs the district. Get there early, Wear RED and Be LOUD!    Go Eagles!!!
    Our Lady Soccer Team will play at home tonight vs. Baytown Sterling. Come out and support our Girls!
    Good luck to our Lacrosse team as they go up against St. Pius X- @ Parsley Stadium on Campus of St. Pius X HS tomorrow. Go Eagles!


    Thursday, February 9th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Rosa Park, a revolutionary who set a precedent for the Civil Rights Movement. When she decided not to sit down on December 1st, she set off a fire of protest including the Woolworth Counter Sit-ins and the Montgomery Bus boycotts of 1965. Thank you, Rosa Parks.

    It’s Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week.  Let’s Be All In At AHS against Teen Dating Abuse!!!

    • Today we wear black for those who suffer in silence.
    • Friday - Educating against Teen Dating Violence, wear your favorite college shirt!

    The Class of 2018 is selling Valentine gift boxes for $5 and $10. You will find us under the letter G in the cafeteria, every day, at all lunches. The gift boxes will be delivered on Valentine's Day on February 14 during 1st and second period. Please buy our tins and support the class of 2018.

    There will be a Black Student Union Meeting today at 3 pm in the Red LGI. Please be on time!!!

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    This Saturday, Feb 11th, in the Big Gym we are giving you a step showcase and member probate for the Queens of Diamonds. See traditional steps from some of the Divine Nine Greek fraternities and sororities, a special presentation by our boy's team, and the main event; where the members of the QODs will be presented with style. It's high energy steps by the talented performers, good food provided by 'Just Passing Thru Bar-B-Que', sounds by DJ Young Sam from 93.7 the Beat, door prizes, and more!!! Show starts at 5 pm, doors open at 4. Buy pre-sales now at all lunches for $8! Or $10 at the door. Don't wait! Get your tickets now!

    Cardboard City 2017 is approaching. Saturday, March 4th will be an opportunity to change the lives, 973 homeless students. Register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  

    Do you want to go to Hawaii? Ms. Lamb is taking a group to discover the science behind the beautiful island. See Ms. Lamb in Room 2020 for more details and to receive an invitation with all the details. You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity!


    Wednesday, February 8th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Richard Wright an author known for writing about the African American struggles within the early 1900s in America. His most famous works include "Black Boy" and "Native Son" and these achieved commercial success during the Civil Rights Movement.

    Attention Student Council Members! Today we will have a Student Council Meeting at 3 pm in the Red LGI. See you there!

    It’s Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week.  Let’s Be All In At AHS against Teen Dating Abuse!!!

    • Today – Thank you AHS for taking a stand against Teen Dating Violence!
    • Tomorrow - Black out Teen Dating Violence. Wear Black!
    • Friday - Educating against Teen Dating Violence, wear your favorite college shirt!

    The Class of 2018 is selling Valentine gift boxes for $5 and $10. You will find us under the letter G in the cafeteria, every day, at all lunches. The gift boxes will be delivered on Valentine's Day on February 14 during the 1st and second period. Please buy our tins and support the class of 2018.

    There will be a Black Student Union Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9th at 3 pm in the Red LGI. All are welcome to be apart, and Please be on time!!!

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!! This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Come out and be entertained Eagles! This Saturday, Feb 11th, in the Big Gym we are giving you a step showcase and member probate for the Queens of Diamonds. See traditional steps from some of the Divine Nine Greek fraternities and sororities, a special presentation by our boy's team, and the main event; where the members of the QODs will be presented with style. It's high energy steps by the talented performers, good food to include brisket sandwiches, boudain, and more provided by 'Just Passing Thru Bar-B-Que', sounds by DJ Young Sam from 93.7 the Beat, door prizes, and more!!! Don't miss out on this MAJOR event! The show starts at 5 pm, doors open at 4. Buy pre-sales now at all lunches for $8! Or $10 at the door. Don't wait! Get your tickets now!

    Card Board City 2017 is approaching. Saturday, March 4th will be an opportunity to change the lives, 973 homeless students. Register online at humbleisd.net/cardboardcity or follow us on twitter @finding_heroes.  

    In sports…

    The Lady Eagle Basketball Teams completed regular season last night at Goose Creek Memorial with a clean sweep over the Lady Patriots.  The Freshman completed their perfect district record of 14-0 with a 41-33 win.  The JV won 52-29 and finished up in 3rd place in the district. The varsity won 46-38 and finished 3rd place in district and are heading to the playoffs Next Week.  

    The Lady Eagles would like to give a BIG SHOUT OUT to all the faculty, staff and students that came out and supported them this season.  Part of our success came from the support that you showed us on & off the court! Thanks, Eagle Family


    Tuesday, February 7th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate W.E.B Dubois who was one the first civil rights leaders of the early 1900s. With the establishment of the NAACP & Howard University, Dubois was able to help poor African Americans become educated and use their role as a United States citizen to stand up against injustice.

    Attention Student Council Members! We will have a Student Council Meeting on Wednesday, February 8th at 3pm in the Red LGI.  Don’t forget to turn in your January Point Sheet.  Make sure to follow us on Twitter @atascocitastuco

    It’s Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week.  Let’s Be All In At AHS against Teen Dating Abuse!!!

    • Today, Promote consent; visit Kisses for Consent Booth during all lunches.
    • Wednesday - AHS stands as one against Teen Dating Violence. Wear your spirit shirt!
    • Thursday - Black out Teen Dating Violence. Wear Black!
    • Friday - Educating against Teen Dating Violence, wear your favorite college shirt!

    The Class of 2018 is selling Valentine gift boxes for $5 and $10. You will find us under the letter G in the cafeteria, every day, at all lunches. The gift boxes will be delivered on Valentine's day on February 14 during 1st and second period. Please buy our tins and support the class of 2018.

    There will be a Black Student Union Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9th at 3 pm in the Red LGI. All are welcome to be apart, and Please be on time!!!

    AHS Nutrition has their spring meeting today in room 2605 at 3:15. Come join us and see what fun active events we have planned.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!! This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00. The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Come out and be entertained Eagles! This Saturday, Feb 11th, in the Big Gym we are giving you a step showcase and member probate for the Queens of Diamonds. See traditional steps from some of the Divine Nine Greek fraternities and sororities, a special presentation by our boys team, and the main event; where the members of the QODs will be presented with style. It's high energy steps by the talented performers, good food to include brisket sandwiches, boudain, and more provided by 'Just Passing Thru Bar-B-Que', sounds by DJ Young Sam from 93.7 the Beat, door prizes, and more!!! Don't miss out on this MAJOR event! Show starts at 5 pm, doors open at 4. Buy pre-sales now at all lunches for $8! Or $10 at the door. Don't wait! Get your tickets now!

    In sports…

    Last Friday the Lady Eagles defeated North Shore by the score of 4-0. They will be taking on district rival Summer Creek tonight at Summer Creek. Summer Creek is in 2nd place and we are in 1st.  JV will be at 5 and Varsity at 7. Both teams are looking to stay undefeated in district play. Let's pack the stands tonight at Summer Creek!


    Monday, February 6th

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Debbie Thomas is known for being one of the first Black ice skaters, making history as the first African-American to win a title in the Winter X games.

    This week is National School Counselors Week so we would like to give a shout out to our AHS counselors: Mr. Wheeler, Ms. Patel, Ms. Jenkins, Ms. Erickson, Mr. Hardy, Ms. Robert, Ms. Hall, Ms. Washington, Ms. Toro and Ms. Graczyk. Thank you for all that you do!

    Congratulations AHS Choir Members for earning 221 First Division Medals over the past two days!

    This last Saturday 43 AHS art students competed in Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE).  Our students earned 40 top place medals and three of our students made it to state.  Please congratulate Michael Johnson, Collin Stevens and Lexie Swanson.  They will be attending the State VASE event in April.

    Attention Student Council Members! We will have a Student Council Meeting on Wednesday, February 8th at 3pm in the Red LGI.  Don’t forget to turn in your January Point Sheet.  Make sure to follow us on Twitter @atascocitastuco

    It’s Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week.  Let’s Be All In At AHS against Teen Dating Abuse!!!

    • Today, help spread the love. Stop by our love tree during all lunches and share what loves means to you.
    • Tomorrow – It’s National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Day! Wear Orange!
    • Wednesday - AHS stands as one against Teen Dating Violence. Wear your spirit shirt!
    • Thursday - Black out Teen Dating Violence. Wear Black!
    • Friday - Educating against Teen Dating Violence, wear your favorite college shirt!

    There will be a Black Student Union Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 9th at 3 pm in the Red LGI.

    AHS Nutrition has their spring meeting today in room 2605 at 3:15. Come join us and see what fun active events we have planned.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!! This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00, so DO NOT delay!!! The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    In sports…

    Congratulations to the Varsity Swimming & Diving teams for their performances at the Region 6-6A Championships this past weekend.   The boys finished 7th place and the girls 3rd.

    Special Congratulations go out to the ladies for their State Qualifying 400 Freestyle Relay & Rachel Hicks’ 3rd place in the 200 & 2nd place in the 500 Freestyle events.

    On the men's side, Top Relays included

      • Boys 200 Medley Relay – 5th place –Franklin, Weikel, Kennison & Trambaugh
      • Boys 400 Freestyle Relay – 3rd Place – Trambuagh, Conner Ozenne, Franklin & Kennison

    Awesome job, Eagles!  We’re proud of you!

    This Saturday the AHS wrestling team had a JV wrestling tournament at summer creek and the first place winners were: Jesus Diaz, Andrew Weathers, Ricky Nguyen, Brady Mikesell and Hector Andaverde.


    Friday, February 3rd

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Katherine Johnson is known for her role as the first Black mathematician to help fly a human being into space and successfully calculate how a man can stay into orbit. She and other Black female "computers" set up and configure the first IBM computer at NASA. Johnson and other Black female scientists were recently honored in the movie "Hidden Figures". Thank you Katherine Johnson.

    Black Student Union members: your t-shirt fee of 16.95 is due today. If you are interested in getting a t-shirt, please see Mr. Tatum in room 1717.

    Good Luck to the 53 AHS FFA students who will be exhibiting animals at the livestock show next week! The Humble Rodeo will take place the Civic Center. Come out for some fun and show your support for these awesome students.

    Tomorrow Friday 2/3: BBQ Pit Contest: Mr. Maune & Mr. Dobbins' Welding classes will be taking 4 BBQ pits that were built by students here at AHS in our Shops to the Humble BBQ Pit Building Contest starting at 4pm.

    Saturday 2/4 @ 3:30pm: BBQ Pit Auction: The top 4 BBQ pits will be auctioned off to the public in the Civic Center Arena! If you need a smoker I highly recommend coming down to preview their pits. They are located at the end of the 1800 hall.

    Attention Student Council Members! Student Body Officer Elections are approaching. Make sure to stay connected and take advantage of our point opportunities. Please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola in Red House for more information. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @atascocitastuco

    Next week is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week.  Let’s Be All In At AHS against Teen Dating Abuse!!!

    • Monday – Teen Dating Violence Stinks! Wear Pink!
    • Tuesday – It’s National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Day! Wear Orange!
    • Wednesday - AHS stands as one against Teen Dating Violence. Wear your spirit shirt!
    • Thursday - Black out Teen Dating Violence. Wear Black!
    • Friday - Educating against Teen Dating Violence, wear your favorite college shirt!

    Attention seniors! Lone Star Application Day at Atascocita High School is approaching. The Lone Star mobile unit will be at all lunches on February 10th.  Seniors that plan on attending Lone Star can register for school and also find out about financial aid. See your counselor to sign-up by February 7th.

    AHS Nutrition will be having their spring meeting Monday the 13th in room 2605 at 3:15. Come join us and see what fun active events we have planned.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!

    This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00, so DO NOT delay!!! The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    In sports…

    Good luck to our swimmers heading to Regionals today!

    There will be a Rugby game today at 6pm vs Saint Pius at the Fall Creek Sports Complex.  Come out and show your support!

    Our Lady Eagles Basketball teams will play at home on tonight vs. C.E. King.   Come out and support the girls and the seniors as they play there last home game in "The Nest". Good luck Ladies!

    Our Boys basketball teams will play at CE King tonight.  Go Eagles!


    Thursday, February 02

    In honor of Black History Month, today we celebrate Langston Hughes was one of the Harlem Renaissance's most popular artist. He managed to capture Black beauty within the community with his poems "I, Too, Sing America" and "What Happens To a Dream Deffered" while also fighting for Black civil rights.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!

    This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00, so DO NOT delay!!! The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Black Student Union members: your t-shirt fee of 16.95 is due by Friday, February 3rd. If you are interested in getting a t-shirt, please see Mr. Tatum in room 1717.

    Attention Student Council Members! Student Body Officer Elections are approaching. Make sure to stay connected and take advantage of our point opportunities. Please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola in Red House for more information. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @atascocitastuco

    Next week is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week.  Crime Stoppers has reported that one in three adolescents in the U.S. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional and/or verbal abuse from a dating partner and victims experience higher rates of negative emotional and educational consequences. Let’s Be All In At AHS against Teen Dating Abuse!!!

    • Monday – Teen Dating Violence Stinks! Wear Pink!
    • Tuesday – It’s National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Day! Wear Orange!
    • Wednesday - AHS stands as one against Teen Dating Violence. Wear your spirit shirt!
    • Thursday - Black out Teen Dating Violence. Wear Black!
    • Friday - Educating against Teen Dating Violence, wear your favorite college shirt!

    Attention seniors! Long Star Application Day at Atascocita High School is approaching. The Long Star mobile unit will be at all lunches on February 10th.  Seniors that plan on attending Long-star can register for school and also find out about financial aid. See your counselor to sign-up by February 7th.

    Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year, Ms. Carlee Kennedy. Thank you, Ms. Kennedy, for all your hard work and diligence to push AHS students to do their best!


     

  • Wednesday, February 1st.

    Today we begin our celebration of Black History Month by honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. He is a worldwide respected leader for his role in the Civil Rights Movement. By organizing boycotts and marches, Dr. King helped gain voting rights, integrated schools, and desegregated public areas for the Black community in America. Thank you Dr. Martin Luther King.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!! This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is still on sale, starting at $70.00, so DO NOT delay!!! The $70.00 price is only until March 3, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    A big shout out to our AHS A Capella Choir for their outstanding performance last night. Congratulations! We are so proud of your accomplishments.

    Attention Student Council Members! Student Body Officer Elections are approaching. Make sure to stay connected and take advantage of our point opportunities. Please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola in Red House for more information. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @atascocitastuco

    Next week is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week.  Crime Stoppers has reported that one in three adolescents in the U.S. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional and/or verbal abuse from a dating partner and victims experience higher rates of negative emotional and educational consequences. Let’s Be All In At AHS against Teen Dating Abuse!!!

    • Monday – Teen Dating Violence Stinks! Wear Pink!
    • Tuesday – It’s National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Day! Wear Orange!
    • Wednesday - AHS stands as one against Teen Dating Violence. Wear your spirit shirt!
    • Thursday - Black out Teen Dating Violence. Wear Black!
    • Friday - Educating against Teen Dating Violence, wear your favorite college shirt!

    Attention seniors! Long Star Application Day at Atascocita High School is approaching. The Long Star mobile unit will be at all lunches on February 10th.  Seniors that plan on attending Long-star can register for school and also find out about financial aid. See your counselor to sign-up by February 7th.

    Thank you for all of your recent support with the Sisters Serving Sisters Hygiene Drive. Together we were able to service five local agencies to include: Montgomery County Women's Shelter, Star of Hope, Sally's House, Family Time Crisis and Counseling Center, and The Life Center for the Homeless. The day brought almost 400 care packages. The donations received were not only greatly appreciated, but immensely needed. Because you helped make our first experience such a success, we are determined to extend our efforts to assist semi-annually!

    Thank you again for your support in helping give the women benefiting a piece of normalcy and cleanliness so many take for granted!

    In sports…

    The Lady Eagles swept Baytown Sterling last night.  The Freshman won 39-13, The JV won 43-38 and the varsity won 59-42 with Brittany Stafford scoring 12 points, Shaniya Klausier scoring 13 and DeDe Davis leading the way with 18.  The girls will play at home on Friday night vs. C.E. King.   Come out and support the girls and the Seniors as they play there last home game in "The Nest"

    The Boys Basketball Team won 85 to 53 last night vs. Sterling. Great Game Eagles! The boys will face CE King this Friday February 3rd.at CE King. Go Eagles!


    Tuesday, January 31st.

    Attention Student Council Members! Student Body Officer Elections are approaching. Make sure to stay connected and take advantage of our point opportunity. Please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola in Red House for more information. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @atascocitastuco

    Next week is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Week.  Crime Stoppers has reported that one in three adolescents in the U.S. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional and/or verbal abuse from a dating partner and victims experience higher rates of negative emotional and educational consequences. Let’s Be All In At AHS against Teen Dating Abuse!!!

    Monday – Teen Dating Violence Stinks! Wear Pink!

    Tuesday – It’s National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Day! Wear Orange!

    Wednesday - AHS stands as one against Teen Dating Violence. Wear your spirit shirt!

    Thursday - Black out Teen Dating Violence. Wear Black!

    Friday - Educating against Teen Dating Violence, wear your favorite college shirt!

    Don’t forget to drop off women’s hygiene products to care boxes on campus from now until THE BIG DRIVE: day January 28, 2017.

    Attention Seniors! Lone Star Application Day at Atascocita High School is approaching. The Lone Star mobile unit will be at all lunches on February 10th.  Seniors that plan on attending Lone Star can register for school and also find out about financial aid. See your counselor to sign-up by February 7th.

    In sports…

    Girls Gymnastics Finished 3rd in Round Rock Thursday among a very tough field of teams. Scoring a 105.3, Atascocita posted the 7th highest score in Texas so far this season. Senior Co-Captain Petra O'Brien led the way winning All-Around and Vault. Next stop for Gymnastics will be Alvin February 10.

    Our Basketball boys play at home tonight vs Baytown Sterling. Come out and support!!  Go Eagles!!


    Monday, January 30

    Congratulations AHS Bass Team members Hudson Luce and Jacob Witkowski! They scored in the top 25 in state this past weekend and qualified for World Finals! Way to go guys!

    Attention Student Council Members! Student Body Officer Elections are approaching. Make sure to stay connected and take advantage of our point opportunity. Please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola in Red House for more information. Make sure to follow us on Twitter @The_AHS_stuco

    Don’t forget to drop off women’s hygiene products to care boxes on campus from now until THE BIG DRIVE: day January 28, 2017.

    Attention Seniors! Long Star Application Day at Atascocita High School is approaching. The Long Star mobile unit will be at all lunches on February 10th.  Seniors that plan on attending Long-star can register for school and also find out about financial aid. See your counselor to sign-up by February 7th.

    In sports…

    Saturday night the Lady's Eagle soccer had an amazing night. It started with our JV playing a great game vs Kingwood. The JV tied KW 0-0 but the game was back and forth. Varsity ended the night by defeating Kingwood 3-2 for the 1st time in school history. Goals were scored by Senior Jazmin Grant, Senior Thalia Delgado and the game winner was scored by Junior Peyton Cutshall. Thank you to all the students for showing up and cheering the girls onto victory. With the win, the Lady Eagles run their record to 8-0 and 1-0 in District. Up next, the JV will play @ Channelview at 5pm and Varsity @ 7pm this Wednesday, February 1st.  Good Luck ladies.

    Congratulations to the boys’ basketball team in their win vs Summer Creek on Friday. This marks the 50th straight district win for the Eagles dating back 4 years!  The Eagles were led by Fabian White with 20 points, Casey Brooks 13, Trayvon Gariet 13, and Kobe Wilson with 11. The Eagles now improve to an overall record of 18-8 and 9-0 in district.  Next game is Tuesday here at the nest vs Baytown Sterling. Come out and support!!  Go Eagles!!

    Congratulations to both the girls & boys swimming & diving teams on their 2nd place finishes at the District 21-6A Championships this past weekend.   In all, the Lady Eagles will advance 11 girls and two relays to the Regional Championships, and the men will advance nine individuals & three relays.  

    Regional Qualifiers area:

    • Alyssa Stringer – 200 Freestyle & 100 Butterfly
    • Tierney Johnson – 200 & 500 yard freestyles
    • Rachel Hicks – 200 & 500 yard freestyles
    • Hannah Wehrmeister – 200 Individual Medley & 100 Butterfly
    • Karolyn Ball – 200 Individual Medley & 100 Breaststroke
    • Alexia Jones – 100 Butterfly
    • Bethany Petersen – 50 & 100 Freestyles
    • Kenzie May – 50 & 100 Freestyles
    • Sarah Coward – 50 Freestyle
    • Katheryn Ball – 100 Backstroke
    • Erin Johnson – 100 Breaststroke
    • Cameron Kennison – 200 & 100 Freestyles
    • Conner Ozenne – 200 Freestyle & 100 Butterfly
    • Sherman Franklin – 200 Individual Medley & 100 Backstroke
    • Hunter Trambaugh – 50 & 100 Freestyles
    • Westin Bryson – 1 Meter Diving
    • Dimetri Kent – 1 Meter Diving
    • Juan Cortina – 500 Freestyle
    • Kyle Consford – 100 Breaststroke
    • Gabriel Weikel – 100 Breaststroke

    The Eagles also advanced both the girls & boys 200 Medley Relays, girls & boys 400 freestyle relays and the boys 200 freestyle relay.  Congratulations Eagle Swimmers & Divers – Best of luck at Regionals this Thursday, Friday & Saturday in Pearland.


    Friday, January 27th

    Attention Student Council Members! Student Body Officer Elections are approaching. Make sure to stay connected and take advantage of our point opportunity. Please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola in Red House for more information.

    All students who are traveling to the HBCU Tour to Charlotte, North Carolina, your next deposit of $163.00 is due on or before February 1, 2017.  If you are interested in attending this field trip, you still can.  We have 5 seats left. For any questions, please do not hesitate to see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    The AHS Q.O.D.s, AHS Volleyball team and AHS Girls Track team, along with TMS girls to collect feminine hygiene products to benefit local shelters. Don’t forget to drop off women’s hygiene products to care boxes on campus from now until THE BIG DRIVE: day January 28, 2017.

    The AHS Senior field trip to San Francisco is quickly approaching.  Time is running out to enroll. See Mr. Campbell in Room T-16 for more information.

    Attention Seniors! Long Star Application Day at Atascocita High School is approaching. The Long Star mobile unit will be at all lunches on February 10th. Seniors that plan on attending Long-star can register for school and also find out about financial aid. See your counselor to sign-up by February 7th.

    All new AHS Bass Members, your paperwork AND boaters safety course are due by THIS Friday 1/27, please see Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006.  Good luck to Jacob Witkowski and Hudson Luce as they travel this weekend to the Texas State Championship Bass Tournament! Win Big Guys!

    In sports…

    • Our Basketball Boys will play away today vs. Channelview. Good Luck Eagles!
    • Our Lady Eagles Basketball Teams will play at home vs. Channelview. Come out and support our ladies! Game times are 4pm, 5:30 and 7pm. Go Eagles!
    • This Saturday, the Lady Eagle's Soccer team will begin district with Kingwood at home at 7pm. JV will start at 5pm. Let's pack the stands and wear RED to support our lady eagles. The Ladies are currently 7-0 to start the season and we will need all your support to help to defeat Kingwood.
    • Don’t forget Baseball Season Tryouts are today at 5:30 pm and tomorrow at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.

    Thursday, January 26th

    Eagles! Help spread love and positivity with your words and actions. Let’s continue to make AHS a No Place for Hate Zone! Thank you to everyone who helped chalk the walk yesterday.

    There will be a Black Student Union Meeting on today at 3 p.m. in the Red LGI.

    Attention Student Council Members! Student Body Officer Elections are approaching. Make sure to stay connected and take advantage of our point opportunity. Please see Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola in Red House for more information.

    All students who are traveling to the HBCU Tour to Charlotte, North Carolina, your next deposit of $163.00 is due on or before February 1, 2017.  If you are interested in attending this field trip, you still can.  We have 5 seats left. For any questions, please do not hesitate to see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    The AHS Q.O.D.s are pairing with your AHS Volleyball team and AHS Girls Track team, along with TMS girls to collect feminine hygiene products to benefit local shelters. January is cervical health awareness month and we are 'ALL IN’.  Drop off women’s hygiene products to care boxes on campus from now until THE BIG DRIVE: day January 28, 2017.

    The AHS Senior field trip to San Francisco is quickly approaching.  Don't miss out on this great opportunity to explore San Francisco and surrounding areas with your friends.  Time is running out to enroll. See Mr. Campbell in Room T-16 for more information.

    Attention Seniors! Lone Star Application Day at Atascocita High School is approaching. The Lone Star mobile unit will be at all lunches on February 10th.  Seniors that plan on attending Lone Star can register for school and also find out about financial aid. See your counselor to sign-up by February 7th.

    All new AHS Bass Members, your paperwork AND boaters safety course are due by THIS Friday 1/27, please drop them off with Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006.  Good luck to Jacob Witkowski and Hudson Luce as they travel this weekend to the Texas State Championship Bass Tournament! Win Big Guys!

    In sports…

    Also, Congratulations to our Lady Eagles Basketball Freshman Team for their win over Northshore 51-24 this past Tuesday! Way to go Ladies!

    This Saturday, the Lady Eagle's Soccer team will begin district with Kingwood at home at 7pm. JV will start at 5pm. Let's pack the stands and wear RED to support our lady eagles. The Ladies are currently 7-0 to start the season and we will need all your support to help to defeat Kingwood.

    Don’t forget Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  


    Wednesday, January 25th

    Student Council meets today at 3pm in the Red LGI.  Come learn about the many activities we have going on for January and February. Today is our Chalk the Walk activity. Come help us spread positive messages throughout our school’s sidewalks. See you there!

    There will be a Black Student Union Meeting on Thursday January 26th at 3 p.m. in the Red LGI. EVERYONE is encouraged to come. New members are welcome.

    All students who are traveling to the HBCU Tour to Charlotte, North Carolina, your next deposit of $163.00 is due on or before February 1, 2017. For any questions, please do not hesitate to see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    Anyone who is still interested in the 2nd Annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, North Carolina this Spring Break it is NOT too late so do not delay. There are only 5 seats left so please see Mr. Tatum-Yearbook Teacher for all details. The total price for the trip is only $376.00. So again- do not delay. If you are interested please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House.

    The AHS Q.O.D.s are paring with your AHS Volleyball team and AHS Girls Track team, along with TMS girls to collect feminine hygiene products to benefit local shelters. January is cervical health awareness month and we are 'ALL IN’.  Drop off women’s hygiene products to care boxes on campus from now until THE BIG DRIVE: day January 28, 2017.

    The AHS Senior field trip to San Francisco is quickly approaching.  Don't miss out on this great opportunity to explore San Francisco and surrounding areas with your friends.  Time is running out to enroll. See Mr. Campbell in Room T-16 for more information.

    Attention Seniors! Long Star Application Day at Atascocita High School is approaching. The Long Star mobile unit will be at all lunches on February 10th.  Seniors that plan on attending Long-star can register for school and also find out about financial aid. See your counselor to sign-up by February 7th.

    All new AHS Bass Members, your paperwork AND boaters safety course are due by THIS Friday 1/27, please drop them off with Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006.

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Eagles Basketball Team for their victory over North Shore 78-37.  They are Now 8-0 in District! Way to go Eagles!

    Also, Congratulations to our Lady Eagles Basketball Team for their win over Northshore 51-24. Whatever it Takes, Ladies! Go Eagles!

    The AHS Wrestling team will have a tournament today at 6pm in Conroe. Good Luck Eagles!

    This Saturday, the Lady Eagle's Soccer team will begin district with Kingwood at home at 7pm. JV will start at 5pm. Let's pack the stands and wear RED to support our lady eagles. The Ladies are currently 7-0 to start the season and we will need all your support to help to defeat Kingwood.

    Don’t forget Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field. 


    Tuesday, January 24th

    There will be a Black Student Union Meeting on Thursday January 26th at 3 p.m. in the Red LGI. EVERYONE is encouraged to come. New members are welcome.

    Tomorrow is black out day! Wear black to show your support for energy conservation.  Student Council will have a meeting this Wednesday, January 25 at 3pm in the Red LGI.  Join us for our Chalk the walk activity and help us fill our block with love and positivity.

    The Patriettes have a mandatory tryout meeting this evening at 7:00 pm in the PAC. You will receive important information for tryouts scheduled for March 6th-9th. Please bring a parent or guardian. See you there!

    All students who are traveling to the HBCU Tour to Charlotte, North Carolina, your next deposit of $163.00 is due on or before February 1, 2017. For any questions, please do not hesitate to see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    Anyone who is still interested in the 2nd Annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, North Carolina this Spring Break it is NOT too late so do not delay. There are only 5 seats left so please see Mr. Tatum-Yearbook Teacher for all details. The total price for the trip is only $376.00. So again- do not delay. If you are interested please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House.

    The AHS Q.O.D.s are paring with your AHS Volleyball team and AHS Girls Track team, along with Timberwood Middle School girls to collect feminine hygiene products to benefit local shelters. January is cervical health awareness month and we are 'ALL IN’.  Drop off sanitary napkins, tampons, and women’s hygiene products to care boxes on campus from now until THE BIG DRIVE: day January 28, 2017.

    The AHS Senior field trip to San Francisco is quickly approaching.  Don't miss out on this great opportunity to explore San Francisco and surrounding areas with your friends.  Time is running out to enroll. See Mr. Campbell in Room T-16 for more information.

    In sports…

    The AHS Wrestling team will have a tournament this Wednesday, January 25 starting at 6pm in Conroe. Good Luck Eagles!

    Don’t forget Eagles, our boys’ basketball team plays at home vs Northshore.  Come out and show your support! Game times are 4pm, 5:30 and 7pm.

    This Saturday, the Lady Eagle's Soccer team will begin district with Kingwood at home at 7pm. JV will start at 5pm. Let's pack the stands and wear RED to support our lady eagles. The Ladies are currently 7-0 to start the season and we will need all your support to help to defeat Kingwood.

    Don’t forget Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field. 


    Monday, January 23rd

    There will be a Black Student Union Meeting on Thursday January 26th at 3 p.m. in the Red LGI. EVERYONE is encouraged to come. New members are welcome.

    Tomorrow is black out day! Wear black to show your support for energy conservation.  Student Council will have a meeting this Wednesday, January 25 at 3pm in the Red LGI.  Join us for our Chalk the walk activity and help us fill our block with love and positivity.

    Interested in trying out for Patriettes for the 2017-2018 school year? The Patriettes have a mandatory tryout meeting this Tuesday, January 24th at 7:00 in the PAC. You will receive important information for tryouts scheduled for March 6th-9th. Please bring a parent or guardian. See you there!

    The AHS Q.O.D.s are paring with your AHS Volleyball team and AHS Girls Track team, along with Timberwood Middle School girls to collect feminine hygiene products to benefit local shelters. January is cervical health awareness month and we are 'ALL IN’.  Drop off sanitary napkins, tampons, and women’s hygiene products to care boxes on campus from now until THE BIG DRIVE: day January 28, 2017.

    The AHS Senior field trip to San Francisco is quickly approaching.  Don't miss out on this great opportunity to explore San Francisco and surrounding areas with your friends.  Time is running out to enroll. See Mr. Campbell in Room T-16 for more information.

    In sports…

    Congratulations to the boys’ basketball team. The Eagles defeated Channelview Friday night by the score of 68-60. Atascocita was led by Fabian White's 31 points followed by Joe Rollins with 10 and Kobe Wilson with 8. This ends the 1st round of district play and the Eagles are soaring high with a 7-0 record. Next game is Tuesday night at home vs Northshore.  Go Eagles!!!

    Congratulations to our Lady Eagles Basketball team for their victory over Channelview this past Friday. Way to go ladies!

    Don’t forget Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field. 


    Friday, January 20

    Attention Eagles!"Student voting for teacher of the year is approaching. Students will vote on the 8 finalists to determine the winner. Voting will occur during advisory this Friday, January 20th. The teacher with the most student votes on Friday will become the 2016-2017 AHS Teacher of the Year.

    Student Council invites everyone to participate in our No Place for Hate activities this week. Make sure to visit our table during all lunches to sign a resolution for respect.  We all matter!

    When you hear that negative, discouraging voice in your head, remember to leave yourself alone — you deserve kindness too! Today your challenge is to be kind to yourself!  You can follow AHS Student Council @The_AHS_Stuco #AHSNPFH

    Attn. Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in being the Eagle Mascot?  Getting in the games for free and being on the sideline? Going to summer camp this summer with other mascots? Then come see Coach Campbell in Room T-16.

    Attention NTHS members! There is a meeting today @3:00 p.m. in room T-8.  They will be voting for officers today.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting tonight at 6pm in Mr. Tatum’s room 1717 for everyone attending or planning to attend the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break.

    This Friday, Best Buddies will be hosting their annual Winter Dance from 7pm to 10 pm in the Gold LGI. Everyone is welcome to attend! The cost is only $5 and all proceeds will benefit the Best Buddies program. Come out and show your support!

    In sports…

    Today our Lady Eagles Basketball teams play at home vs. Channelview. Game times are 4pm, 5:30pm and 7pm. Good luck ladies!

    The Boys’ basketball teams will play away at Channelview today. Go Eagles!

    Best wishes to our Wrestlers as they head to a tournament today at Klein Collins. The meet starts at 5pm.

    Don’t forget! Softball Tryouts start today at 3:30 pm.

    Our Lady Eagles Soccer Team has a tournament tomorrow vs. K-Park. Check the website for times and location. Good luck ladies!

    Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes must see Coach Matthews today and have a physical on file with the trainer in order to be considered.


    Thursday, January 19th

    Rodeo art is now on display in the library.  Alden Blest's artwork was a finalist for Houston Livestock and Rodeo Art. Three students from AHS placed in Scholastic Art contest.  Hayley Zorkic and Gabby Martinez received Honorable Mention awards and Bailey Brooks earned a Silver Key award. Wish them luck as they take 63 AHS art students to regional Visual Arts Scholastic Event art contest on February 4th!

    Attention Eagles!"Student voting for teacher of the year is approaching. Students will vote on the 8 finalists to determine the winner. Voting will occur during advisory this Friday, January 20th. The teacher with the most student votes on Friday will become the 2016-2017 AHS Teacher of the Year.

    Student Council invites everyone to participate in our No Place for Hate activities this week.  You can stop by the “Take What You Need” wall to take what you need or write something positive for someone to take.  Your challenge for today is to do something nice for someone and don’t tell anyone about it. You can follow AHS Student Council @The_AHS_Stuco #AHSNPFH

    Attn. Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in being the Eagle Mascot?  Getting in the games for free and being on the sideline? Going to summer camp this summer with other mascots? Then come see Coach Campbell in Room T-16.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting on Friday, January 20 at 6pm in room 1717 for everyone attending or planning to attend the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break. If you are interested, please see Mr. Tatum.

    This Friday, Best Buddies will be hosting their annual Winter Dance from 7pm to 10 pm in the Gold LGI. Everyone is welcome to attend! The cost is only $5 and all proceeds will benefit the Best Buddies program. Come out and show your support!

    Eagles! Come out and support your AHS Q.O.Ds competing this Saturday, January 21st, at the High School Stomp Down Step Show present by the World Step Association. The show will be held at Booker T. Washington High School. See your AHS Q.O.D for tickets and more details.

    In sports…

    Don’t forget! Softball Tryouts will be held January 20 at 3:30 pm and January 21 at 10:00 AM and again at 4:00 PM.  You must attend all 3 sessions to be considered. See Coach Boyd for more information.

    Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes must see Coach Matthews by January 20th.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts will result in not being considered for a team. All participants must have a physical on file with the AHS Training Room prior to tryouts or you will not be allowed to participate.

     


    Wednesday, January 18th

    Attention Eagles!"Student voting for teacher of the year is approaching. Students will vote on the 8 finalists to determine the winner. Voting will occur during advisory this Friday, January 20th. The teacher with the most student votes on Friday will become the 2016-2017 AHS Teacher of the Year.

    Student Council invites everyone to participate in our No Place for Hate activities this week.  Today: stop by the the Student Council table during all lunches and “Take What You Need”. You can follow AHS Student Council @The_AHS_Stuco #AHSNPFH

    Attn. Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors:

    Are you interested in being the Eagle Mascot?  Getting in the games for free and being on the sideline? Going to summer camp this summer with other mascots? Then come see Coach Campbell in Room T-16.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting on Friday, January 20 at 6pm in room 1717 for everyone attending or planning to attend the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break. The cost for the trip is $376.00, so do not delay. If you are interested, please see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    This Friday, Best Buddies will be hosting their annual Winter Dance from 7pm to 10 pm in the Gold LGI. Everyone is welcome to attend! The cost is only $5 and all proceeds will benefit the Best Buddies program. Come out and show your support!

    Eagles! Come out and support your AHS Q.O.Ds competing this Saturday, January 21st, at the High School Stomp Down Step Show present by the World Step Association. The show will be held at Booker T. Washington High School. See your AHS Q.O.D for tickets and more details.

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Lady Eagles Basketball Team for their win against Kingwood 45-40 last night. Good job ladies!

    Congratulations to the Boys Basketball team for their win vs Kingwood last night 53-30.  The Eagles were led by Fabian White with 20 points and 8 rebounds. Kobe Wilson added 10 points.  Devin Harrison and Trey Davenport both chipped in 6 points in the victory. The Eagles were outstanding on defense limiting Kingwood to 1 point in the 3rd qtr. The Eagles now improve to 6-0 in district and will travel to Channelview on Friday.    Next home game will be Tuesday vs Northshore.   Go Eagles!!!

    Don’t forget! Softball Tryouts will be held January 20 at 3:30 pm and January 21 at 10:00 AM and again at 4:00 PM.  You must attend all 3 sessions to be considered. See Coach Boyd for more information.

    Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes must see Coach Matthews by January 20th.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts will result in not being considered for a team. All participants must have a physical on file with the AHS Training Room prior to tryouts or you will not be allowed to participate.


    Tuesday, January 17th

    Attention Eagles!"Student voting for teacher of the year is approaching. Students will vote on the 8 finalists to determine the winner. Voting will occur during advisory this Friday, January 20th.  Congratulations to the following teachers, who have been voted by staff members as the top 8 finalists for Teacher of the Year.

    • Ms. Michelle Brouillette
    • Mr. Marcus Jackson
    • Ms. Ashley Jordan
    • Ms. Carlee Kennedy
    • Ms. Emily Priesmeyer
    • Ms. Julie Sample
    • Mr. Joe Willson
    • Ms. Sara Williams

    The teacher with the most student votes on Friday will become the 2016-2017 AHS Teacher of the Year. Congratulations finalists!"

    Student Council invites everyone to participate in our No Place for Hate activities this week.  Today’s challenge is to find opportunities to give compliments. It costs nothing, takes no time, and could make someone’s entire day. Don’t just think it. Say it.  You can follow AHS Student Council @The_AHS_Stuco #AHSNPFH

    The AHS Bass Fishing Team spring parent & student meeting is today at 6:30pm in Ms. Hutchinson's room, 2006 in gold house.

    Attn. Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in being the Eagle Mascot?  Getting in the games for free and being on the sideline? Going to summer camp this summer with other mascots? Then come see Coach Campbell in Room T-16.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting on Friday, January 20 at 6pm in room 1717 for everyone attending or planning to attend the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break. The cost for the trip is $376.00, so do not delay. If you are interested, please see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    Eagles! Come out and support your AHS Q.O.Ds competing this Saturday, January 21st, at the High School Stomp Down Step Show present by the World Step Association. The show will be held at Booker T. Washington High School. See your AHS Q.O.D for tickets and more details.

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Lady Eagles Basket Ball Team for their victory against Goose Creek Memorial this past Friday. The final score was 51 – 38. Way to go ladies!

    Attention Eagles! The boys’ basketball team is on a roll and needs your support tonight as we take on Kingwood here at the Eagles Nest.   Tonight’s game has been declared a "RED OUT" Game. Red Game Day Tee shirts will be on SALE at ALL lunches today. Come out and support the Eagles. Get here early, Wear Red, and Be Loud!  Go Eagles!!!

    The Lady Eagles Soccer team completed a perfect 4- 0 weekend with a 6-0 win over Gonzales. Great job ladies!

    Don’t forget! Softball Tryouts will be held January 20 at 3:30 pm and January 21 at 10:00 AM and again at 4:00 PM.  You must attend all 3 sessions to be considered. See Coach Boyd for more information.

    Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes must see Coach Matthews by January 20th.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts will result in not being considered for a team. All participants must have a physical on file with the AHS Training Room prior to tryouts or you will not be allowed to participate.


    Friday, January 13th

    Attn. Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors: Are you interested in being the Eagle Mascot?  Getting in the games for free and being on the sideline? Going to summer camp this summer with other mascots? Then come see Coach Campbell in Room T-16.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting on Friday, January 20 at 6pm in room 1717 for everyone attending or planning to attend the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break. The cost for the trip is $376.00, so do not delay. If you are interested, please see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    The AHS Bass Fishing Team will have their spring parent & student meeting Tuesday, January 17 at 6:30pm in Ms. Hutchinson's room, 2006 in gold house.

    Students, Teachers, and Staff! Come out at 6:00 PM on Sunday, January 15, to the M.O Campbell Center to support your Queens of Diamonds of AHS at the 7th Annual Step Correct MLK Step Show. See your AHS QOD for details and tickets!

    In sports…

    Softball Tryouts will be held January 20 at 3:30 pm and January 21 at 10:00 AM and again at 4:00 PM.  You must attend all 3 sessions to be considered.  Anyone that is interested must meet with Coach Boyd by January 16.  Remember you must have a physical on file with the trainers before the first day of tryouts. 

    Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes must see Coach Matthews by January 20th.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts will result in not being considered for a team. All participants must have a physical on file with the AHS Training Room prior to tryouts or you will not be allowed to participate.

    Lady Eagles Basketball HERE vs Goose Creek Memorial for Teacher/Staff Appreciation Night – Freshmen 4pm, JV 5:30pm, & Varsity 7pm

    Lady Eagles Soccer Varsity Rattler Round-Up Tournament @ San Marcos – continued Saturday

    Boys Basketball vs Goose Creek Memorial @ GCMHS 4pm

    Saturday 1/14:

    Gymnastics Meet in the Small Gym 7am – continued Sunday

    One more announcement!

    Next week is the Start of ‘No Place for Hate’ week at Atascocita High School. The purpose of ‘NPFH’ is to remind students that school should be a safe environment for them to be who they are. NPFH helps to creates inclusive school environments where ALL students can feel they are valued and have the opportunity to succeed by promoting respect for individual difference while challenging bigotry and prejudice. Over the next week, you all will be receiving a different challenge every day that can help spread love and promote acceptance and who knows? Maybe you can help our school become no place for hate.


    Thursday, January 12th

    Eagles! Be sure to attend the AHS Theater Arts Black Box performance of “Still Life with Iris”. The show runs this today, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30pm, with a matinee show also on Saturday at 2pm. Because of the limited seating in the Black Box Theater, tickets are available online for $10 at www.theatreAHS.com, and some tickets will be made available for purchase during lunch on Thursday and Friday. Be sure to get your tickets before it sells out!

    Are you interested in becoming a part of Atascocita's Black Student Union? There will be a meeting this afternoon at 3 p.m. in the Red LGI. Come and have your voice heard in our school. It is open for EVERYONE to join!

    Come see what Rugby is all about!!!! The Lake Houston Rugby Club invites all interested boys and girls to visit the Eagle Springs Sports Complex on Thursday evenings from 4 pm to 6 pm to see the local high school rugby team in action. We are beginning our 13th season and welcome all interested players.  For more information go toLakehoustonrugby.com.

    The AHS Bass Fishing Team will have their spring parent & student meeting Tuesday, January 17 at 6:30pm in Ms. Hutchinson's room, 2006 in gold house.

    Students, Teachers, and Staff! Come out at 6:00 PM on Sunday, January 15, to the M.O Campbell Center to support your Queens of Diamonds of AHS at the 7th Annual Step Correct MLK Step Show. See your AHS QOD for details and tickets!

    In sports…

    Softball Tryouts will be held January 20 at 3:30 pm and January 21 at 10:00 AM and again at 4:00 PM.  You must attend all 3 sessions to be considered.  Anyone that is interested must meet with Coach Boyd by January 16.  Remember you must have a physical on file with the trainers before the first day of tryouts. 

    Baseball Season Tryouts will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes must see Coach Matthews by January 20th.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts will result in not being considered for a team. All participants must have a physical on file with the AHS Training Room prior to tryouts or you will not be allowed to participate.


    Tuesday, January 10th

    Attention Student Council Members! Tonight is 8th grade parent night and we are in need of volunteers.  If you are interested in serving, come to Mrs. Delgado’s room by 5:30 pm today.

    Morgan Forsyth, Clarinet in the AHS band auditioned for and made All State this past Saturday.  Out of the students that started the process 2 months ago, she is in the 1% of the students that made the final cut.   Congratulations to Morgan!!!

    Attention Student Council members! We will have a meeting this Wednesday at 3pm in the Red LGI. Please remember to turn in your point sheets.  See you there!

    Good morning Eagles! Atascocita High School Theatre Arts is kicking off the New Year with a play in the black box theater that you are sure to enjoy! The show runs this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30pm, with a matinee show also on Saturday at 2pm. Because of the limited seating, tickets are available online for $10 at www.theatreAHS.com, and some tickets will be made available for purchase during lunch on Thursday and Friday. Be sure to get your tickets before it sells out!

    Attention current Bass Team members and anyone who would like to join the AHS Bass Fishing Team. We are having our spring parent & student meeting Tuesday, January 17 at 6:30pm in Ms. Hutchinson's room, 2006 in gold house. All members and anyone interested in joining MUST attend this meeting. If you have any questions please feel free to stop by Ms. Hutchinson's room.

    Students, Teachers, and Staff! Come out at 6:00 PM, January 15, to the M.O Campbell Center to support your Queens of Diamonds of AHS at the 7th Annual Step Correct MLK Step Show. See your AHS QOD for details and tickets!

    Anyone who is planning on traveling to Charlotte, NC this Spring Break for the annual HBCU Tour, your first minimum deposit of $50.00 is due as soon as possible. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House if you have any questions. Do not delay!

    Registration is still ongoing for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information.  .

    In sports…

    Are you interested in joining the Track Team? Stop by the Red LGI this afternoon, January 10 at 3 pm sharp for an informational meeting.  All boys interested in joining the team need to be there.  For more information see Coach Symons.

    Lacrosse will have a Spirit Night at Christopher's Italian Restaurant this Wednesday, January 11th from 6:30 to 8:30. Come out and support the team!

    Softball Tryouts will be held January 20 at 3:30 pm and January 21 at 10:00 AM and again at 4:00 PM.  You must attend all 3 sessions to be considered.  Anyone that is interested must meet with Coach Boyd by January 16.  Remember you must have a physical on file with the trainers before the first day of tryouts. 

    Tryouts for the 2016-2017 Baseball Season will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes will need to see Coach Matthews by January 20th to pick up an evaluation sheet and to check grades.  Boys will need to bring all necessary equipment in order to tryout, in addition to tennis shoes for bad weather.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts will result in not being considered for a team. All participants must have a physical on file with the AHS Training Room prior to tryouts or you will not be allowed to participate.


    Monday, January 9

    10 AHS Choir students attended the final audition for the All-State Choir on Saturday, Jan. 7, at The Woodlands High School. Congratulations to all who participated and to the following who were named on Saturday:

    2nd alternate - Kristin Rynearson

    1st alternate - Miguel Cacanindin

    All-State Womens Choir - Julia Cardenas

    All-State Mixed Choir - Chris Martin, Dylan Campbell, Julie Funes and Kiley Rovegno. This is Kiley's 4th consecutive year to be named a member of the prestigious All-State Choir!

    The All-State students will participate in the Texas Music Educators Association All-State Clinic and Convention in San Antonio, Texas the weekend of February 8th.

    Attention Student Council members! We will have a meeting this Wednesday at 3pm in the Red LGI. Please remember to turn in your point sheets.  See you there!

    Atascocita High School Theatre Arts is kicking off the New Year with a play in the black box theater that you are sure to enjoy! The show runs this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30pm, with a matinee show also on Saturday at 2pm. Because of the limited seating, tickets are available online for $10 at www.theatreAHS.com, and some tickets will be made available for purchase during lunch on Thursday and Friday. Be sure to get your tickets before it sells out!

    Attention current Bass Team members and anyone who would like to join the AHS Bass Fishing Team. We are having our spring parent & student meeting Tuesday, January 17 at 6:30pm in Ms. Hutchinson's room, 2006 in gold house. All members and anyone interested in joining MUST attend this meeting. If you have any questions please feel free to stop by Ms. Hutchinson's room.

    Students, Teachers, and Staff! Come out at 6:00 PM, January 15, to the M.O Campbell Center to support your Queens of Diamonds of AHS at the 7th Annual Step Correct MLK Step Show. See your AHS QOD for details and tickets!

    Anyone who is planning on traveling to Charlotte, NC this Spring Break for the annual HBCU Tour, your first minimum deposit of $50.00 is due as soon as possible. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House if you have any questions. Do not delay!

    Registration is still ongoing for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information.  .

    In sports…

    This weekend the Lady Eagle's Soccer team won the HISD Women's Invitational for the second year in a row. Thursday night, the ladies defeated Beaumont Westbrook 6-0. On Friday, the ladies defeated Dobie by the score of 2-0. In the Championship match, the ladies defeated Lumberton 2-0. The Lady Eagles will next play in the San Marcos Tournament this weekend. Good Luck Ladies.

    Congratulations to our Boys and Girls Basketball Teams for defeating Baytown Sterling this past Friday.  Way to go Eagles!

    Are you interested in joining the Track Team? Stop by the Red LGI on Tuesday, January 10 at 3 pm sharp for an informational meeting.  All boys interested in joining the team need to be there.  For more information see Coach Symons.

    More…

    Tryouts for the 2016-2017 Baseball Season will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes will need to see Coach Matthews by January 20th to pick up an evaluation sheet and to check grades.  Boys will need to bring all necessary equipment in order to tryout, in addition to tennis shoes for bad weather.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts will result in not being considered for a team.


    Friday, January 6th

    Anyone who is planning on traveling to Charlotte, NC this Spring Break for the annual HBCU Tour, your first minimum deposit of $50.00 is due as soon as possible. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House if you have any questions. Do not delay!

    Are you looking for some fun and excitement this weekend? Our AHS Band Boosters will be hosting a BINGO night fundraiser this Saturday, January 7 starting at 6:30 pm in the AHS Cafeteria.  Come out and support our AHS Band.

    Attention Eagles, level drop forms are due to your House Counselor by Monday, January 9th at 3pm. 

    Registration is still ongoing for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information.  

    Students, Teachers, and Staff! Come out at 6:00 PM, January 15, to the M.O Campbell Center to support your Queens of Diamonds of AHS at the 7th Annual Step Correct MLK Step Show. See your AHS QOD for details and tickets! 

    In sports…

    Come out and support our Lady Eagles Basketball teams as they play at home vs Baytown Sterling today. Game times are 4pm, 5:30pm and 7pm.

    Our Boy Basketball teams will be playing at Baytown Sterling today, good luck to them as well!

    Lady Eagle Soccer teams on their two-day tournament this week.  Our girls will be playing at Turner Stadium this weekend. Go Girls!

    Are you interested in joining the Track Team? Stop by the Red LGI on Tuesday, January 10 at 3 pm sharp for an informational meeting.  All boys interested in joining the team need to be there.  For more information see Coach Symons.

    Tryouts for the 2016-2017 Baseball Season will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes will need to see Coach Matthews by January 20th to pick up an evaluation sheet and to check grades.  Boys will need to bring all necessary equipment in order to tryout, in addition to tennis shoes for bad weather.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts will result in not being considered for a team.


    Thursday, January 5th

    Anyone who is planning on traveling to Charlotte, NC this Spring Break for the annual HBCU Tour, your first minimum deposit of $50.00 is due as soon as possible. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House if you have any questions. Do not delay!

    Are you looking for some fun and excitement this weekend? Our AHS Band Boosters will be hosting a BINGO night fundraiser this Saturday, January 7 starting at 6:30 pm in the AHS Cafeteria.  Come out and support our AHS Band.

    Attention Eagles, level drop forms are due to your House Counselor by Monday, January 9th at 3pm. 

    Registration is still ongoing for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information.  .

    In sports…

    Come out and support our Lady Eagles Basketball teams as they play at home vs Baytown Sterling this Friday, January 6th.  Game times are 4pm, 5:30pm and 7pm. Go Eagles!

    Good look to our Lady Eagle Soccer teams on their two-day tournament this week.  Our girls will be playing at Turner Stadium both Thursday and Friday.

    Are you interested in joining the Track Team? Stop by the Red LGI on Tuesday, January 10 at 3 pm sharp for an informational meeting.  All boys interested in joining the team need to be there.  For more information see Coach Symons.

    Tryouts for the 2016-2017 Baseball Season will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28 at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes will need to see Coach Matthews by January 20th to pick up an evaluation sheet and to check grades.  Boys will need to bring all necessary equipment in order to tryout, in addition to tennis shoes for bad weather.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts will result in not being considered for a team.


    Wednesday, January 4th

    Happy New Year Eagles and welcome back! We hope you all had a great holiday break.

    Are you looking for some fun and excitement this weekend? Our AHS Band Boosters will be hosting a BINGO night fundraiser this Saturday, January 7 starting at 6:30 pm in the AHS Cafeteria.  Come out and support our AHS Band.

    Attention Eagles, level drop forms are due to your House Counselor by Monday, January 9th at 3pm. 

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Eagle Boys’ Varsity Basketball team for their win 63-55 against Summer Creek last night. The team is now 2-0.  Their next game will be away this Friday, January 6 vs. Baytown, Sterling. Go Eagles!

    Good luck to our entire swim team as they head to Lubbock for a two-day swim meet. 

    Tryouts for the 2016-2017 baseball season will be on January 27 at 5:30 pm and January 28th at 9am and 4 pm at the AHS Baseball Field.  All potential student/athletes will need to see Coach Matthews by January 20th to pick up an evaluation sheet and to check grades.  Boys will need to bring all necessary equipment in order to tryout, in addition to tennis shoes for bad weather.  Failure to see Coach Matthews prior to the tryout or failure to attend all scheduled tryouts, will result in not being considered for a team.

  • Tuesday, December 13th

    Need a break from Finals? Come out to our Lacrosse Spirit Night at Wing Stop, this THURSDAY Dec 15, from 11am-8pm!

    Attention juniors! Please bring your popcorn money back to Ms Zibi in room 2508 today.

    Anyone who is planning on traveling to Charlotte, NC this Spring Break for the annual HBCU Tour, your first minimum deposit of $50.00 is due on this Friday, December 16, 2016. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House if you have any questions. Do not delay!!!!!

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at $70.00!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Eagles don’t forget! Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    Thank you, to everyone who donated to the annual Toy Drive. We collected approximately 1,500 toys. Thank you again for your generosity and for bringing joy to those in need.  The winning advisory is Ms. Ruffin’s class, Congratulations!

    Happy Holidays everyone! See you in the New Year!


    Monday, December 12th

    Congratulations to our Varsity Football team on a great season! We are so proud of your accomplishments this year.  You make us proud to be an Eagle!

    A shout out to everyone who drove to San Antonio to support our team, the band, cheer, pattriettes, ROTC, administration, teachers and the entire AHS community. 

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at $70.00!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Eagles don’t forget! Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    Eagles, have you donated to the Toy Drive? The toy drive ends on TODAY. It’s not too late! PLEASE DONATE! These families are facing real struggles and they are really counting on us.

    Film club meets today at 3 PM in Room 2606. For more information, contact Ms. Husband, Tyler Barrett, or Angel Medina.

    In sports…

    Also, congratulations to the Junior Varsity Swimming & Diving Teams.  Both the girls & boys squads finished second at their District Championships this past Saturday.

    Event Champions Included:

    Cole Alley – 200 Freestyle & 500 Freestyle

    Erica Gonzalez – 50 Freestyle

    Claire Mumford – 100 Breaststroke

    Alexandrea Rillera – Girls Diving

    Dimetri Kent – Boys Diving

    Girls 200 Freestyle Relay team of: Taylor Adair, Erica Gonzalez, Elena Gonzalez & Josie Tapia

    Boys 200 Freestyle Relay team of: Tristian Kirtikar, Nathan Ratliff, Cole Spangle & Toby Pugh

    Awesome job, JV!  We’re proud of you

    That Wrestling Practice will start at 3:25 pm after school in the back area of the cafeteria. Any question can be answered by Coach Glowacki.


    Friday, December 9th

    Eagles! Don’t forget to join us for some holiday cheer and The Polar Express on a GIANT movie screen this evening at the AHS field.  We will have crafts, visits with Santa Clause, and cookie decorating from 5:00-6:00 pm.  The movie begins at 6 pm and you can bring a picnic dinner or buy concessions to support our Seniors’ Project Graduation Fund.

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at $70.00!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    Eagles, have you donated to the Toy Drive? The toy drive ends on Monday so. PLEASE DONATE! These families are facing real struggles and they are really counting on us.

    Film club meets every Monday at 3 PM in Room 2606. For more information, contact Ms. Husband, Tyler Barrett, or Angel Medina.

    Our AHS Orchestra will have their Holiday Concert tonight at 6pm.

    In sports…

    Our Lady Eagles Basketball Team is playing at home vs Kingwood High School tonight. The freshman begin at 4:00, followed by the JV at 5:30 and the Varsity at 7:00.  Playoff shirts will be sold by the main office from 12 -3 pm today.  Go Eagles!

    Our Eagle Football team will play Lake Travis High School at the Alamodome in San Antonio. You can purchase game tickets all week during all lunches.

    Lacrosse season is approaching!! All students interested in playing lacrosse this spring need to register as soon as possible! Registration can be done online at atascolax.com. See Ms. Becker in Room 2304 for more info.


    Thursday, December 8th

    Film club is looking for aspiring directors, crew, musicians, actors, editors, and producers. Film club meets every Monday at 3 PM in Room 2606. For more information, contact Ms. Husband, Tyler Barrett, or Angel Medina.

    All aboard Eagles! Join us for holiday cheer and The Polar Express on a GIANT movie screen this Friday, December 9th at the AHS field.  We will have crafts, visits with Santa Clause, and cookie decorating from 5:00-6:00 pm.  The movie begins at 6 pm and you can bring a picnic dinner or buy concessions to support our Seniors’ Project Graduation Fund.  The entrance is free and we welcome donations.

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at $70.00!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    Eagles, have you donated to the Toy Drive? We typically collect around 2,000 toys, so we need to flood the donation boxes.  The toy drive ends on Monday so. PLEASE DONATE!  These are real kids, in real families, facing real struggles that are really counting on us.

    In sports…

    Our Lady Eagles Basketball Team start district on Friday playing Kingwood High School. The Freshman begin at 4:00, followed by the JV at 5:30 and the Varsity at 7:00.  Go Eagles!

    Our Eagle Football team will play Lake Travis High School at the Alamodome in San Antonio. You can purchase game tickets all week during all lunches. Also, play-off shirts will be on sale this Thursday and Friday.  See Ms. Kim Shaw in the main office for more information.

    Lacrosse season is approaching!! All students interested in playing lacrosse this spring need to register as soon as possible! Registration can be done online at atascolax.com. See Ms. Becker in Room 2304 for more info.


    Wednesday, December 7th

    Do you want to know what it takes to create a film? Film club is looking for aspiring directors, crew, musicians, actors, editors, and producers. Film club meets every Monday at 3 PM in Room 2606. For more information, contact Ms. Husband, Tyler Barrett, or Angel Medina.

    All aboard Eagles! Join us for holiday cheer and The Polar Express on a GIANT movie screen this Friday, December 9th at the AHS field.  We will have crafts, visits with Santa Clause, and cookie decorating from 5:00-6:00 pm.  The movie begins at 6pm and tickets are only $5.  You can bring a picnic dinner or buy concessions to support our Senior’s Project Graduation Fund. 

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at $70.00!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Anyone who is interested in the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break there will be a Parent Meeting on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House.

    Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    Eagles, have you donated to the Toy Drive? We typically collect around 2,000 toys, so we need to flood the donation boxes.  The toy drive ends on Monday so. PLEASE DONATE!  These are real kids, in real families, facing real struggles that are really counting on us.

    In sports…

    The boys basketball team defeated Cy Lakes in their home opener last night by the score of 75-42. The Eagles were led by Fabian White with 25 points, Dylan Smith with 16 and Kobe Wilson with 9. Atascocita now improves to 6-4 on the year. Next home game for the Eagles is Jan 3 vs Summer Creek.  Go Eagles!!!!!

    Our Eagle Football team is headed to the State Semi-Finals this coming Saturday, December 10th. They will play Lake Travis High School at the Alamodome in San Antonio. You can purchase game tickets all week during all lunches. Also, play-off shirts will be on sale this Thursday and Friday.  See Ms. Kim Shaw in the main office for more information.

    Lacrosse season is approaching!! All students interested in playing lacrosse this spring need to register as soon as possible! Registration can be done online at atascolax.com. See Ms. Becker in Room 2304 for more info.


    Tuesday, December 6th

    Do you want to know what it takes to create a film? Film club is looking for aspiring directors, crew, musicians, actors, editors, and producers. Film club meets every Monday at 3 PM in Room 2606. For more information, contact Ms. Husband, Tyler Barrett, or Angel Medina.

    All aboard Eagles! Join us for holiday cheer and The Polar Express on a GIANT movie screen this Friday, December 9th at the AHS field.  We will have crafts, visits with Santa Clause, and cookie decorating from 5:00-6:00 pm.  The movie begins at 6pm and tickets are only $5.  You can bring a picnic dinner or buy concessions to support our Senior’s Project Graduation Fund. 

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at $70.00!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Anyone who is interested in the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break there will be a Parent Meeting on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House.

    Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    The Current Toy Count is 248 Toys

    We typically collect around 2,000 toys, so we need to flood donation boxes.  We only have 1 week left!  PLEASE DONATE!  These are real kids, in real families, facing real struggles that are really counting on us.

    The 5th period that has collected the most toys so far is Ms. Ruffin's with 22 Toys but it is super close with 9 advisories within 10 or less toys from taking the lead.  REMEMBER... the 5th period donating the most toys will get to travel with Social Action students to meet the families and help parents pick out the perfect gifts for their kids.

    Don’t forget Eagles, the AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field trip this Saturday, December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    In sports…

    Our Eagle Football team is headed to the State Semi-Finals this coming Saturday, December 10th. They will play Lake Travis High School at the Alamo dome in San Antonio. You can purchase game tickets all week during all lunches. Also, play-off shirts will be on sale this Thursday and Friday.  See Ms. Kim Shaw in the main office for more information.

    Lacrosse season is approaching!! All students interested in playing lacrosse this spring need to register as soon as possible! Registration can be done online at atascolax.com. See Ms. Becker in Room 2304 for more info.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR. WEIR!!!!!


    Monday, December 5th

    All aboard Eagles! Join us for holiday cheer and The Polar Express on a GIANT movie screen this Friday, December 9th at the AHS field.  We will have crafts, visits with Santa Claus, and cookie decorating from 5:00-6:00 pm.  The movie begins at 6pm and tickets are only $5.  You can bring a picnic dinner or buy concessions to support our Project Graduation Fund. 

    If you are interested in greek/fraternal organizations, community service, and step performance please attend our AHS Step Team informational meeting today at 2:55 pm in room 1722.

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at ONLY $70.00!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Anyone who is interested in the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break there will be a Parent Meeting on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House.

    Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    Our annual AHS Toy Drive donation boxes are at every house secretary.  Fill out and tape a form to your toys before dropping them in, so your 5th period class can receive credit.  The individuals and 5th period class donating the most toys will get to travel with Social Action students to the Toy Warehouse to meet the families.  Donate today...a kid is counting on you!

    Don’t forget  Eagles, the AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field trip this Saturday, December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    If you are interested in dropping an AP or Pre-AP class, remember that you need to get the form from your teacher.  All completed forms are due by Monday, January 9th at 3pm to your House Counselor.

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Varsity Football Team on their win, 33-27, against North Shore this past Friday. We are so proud of you!

    Our Eagles will play Lake Travis High School this coming Saturday at 2pm at the San Antonio Alamo dome. Play-off shirts will be on sale this Thursday and Friday.

    The gymnastics team competed in a meet on Friday December 2nd at Ozen High School.  The girls gymnastics team won first place.

     Individuals placing first were: Clayton Eaves on Parallel Bars, Petra O'Brien on Floor and Beam and Baily Atteberry on Vault and Bars.  Petra O'Brien placed 1st in the girls all-around.

    Lacrosse season is approaching!! All students interested in playing lacrosse this spring need to register as soon as possible! Registration can be done online at atascolax.com. See Ms. Becker in Room 2304 for more info.


    Friday, December 2nd

    Our annual AHS Toy Drive donation boxes are at every house secretary.  Simply fill out and tape a form to your toys before dropping them in, so your 5th period class can receive credit.  The individuals and 5th period class donating the most toys will get to travel with Social Action students to the Toy Warehouse to meet the families and help them pick out the perfect gift for their kids.  Donate today...a kid is counting on you!

    Attention students: All students, boys and girls, interested in greek/fraternal organizations, community service, and step performance please attended the interest meeting for the AHS Step Team Monday, December 5, at 2:55 p.m. This meeting is required for any one interested in the Step Team and will be held in room 1722 at 2:55 p.m. December 5, Monday. Come out if you are interested and to obtain necessary information!

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at ONLY $70.00!!! DO NOT delay!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Anyone who is interested in the 2nd annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break there will be a Parent Meeting on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House. The total price for the trip is only $376.00. If you are interested please see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    All aboard Eagles! Join us for holiday cheer and The Polar Express on a GIANT movie screen next Friday, December 9th at the AHS Sports Complex.  We will have crafts, visits with Santa Claus, and cookie decorating from 5:00-6:00 pm.  The movie begins at 6pm and tickets are only $5.  You can bring a picnic dinner or buy concessions to support our Project Graduation Fund.  Tickets go on sale during all lunches next week. 

    AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field to build community, strength, and leadership on December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    If you are interested in dropping a AP or Pre-AP class, remember that you need to get the form from your Pre-AP/AP teacher’s class you want to drop.  All completed forms are due by Monday, January 9th at 3pm to your House Counselor.

    Today is our Red-OUT Pep Rally. Items that leave debris on the gym floor or stands will NOT be allowed at the Pep Rally including: confetti cannons, silly string, streamers, etc.

    20 AHS Choir students competed at the Pre-Area choir auditions at Summer Creek High School on Thurs., Dec. 1, 2016.

    Congratulations to the following Area Choir Candidates who will be competing in the final round of TMEA All-State Choir Auditions at the Area audition on Sat., Jan. 7, 2017 at The Woodlands High School.:

    Soprano 2
    Kristin Rynearson

    Alto 1
    Kiley Rovegno-1st chair

    Alto 2
    Julia Cardenas-1st chair
    Julie Funes

    Tenor 1
    Grayson Bushnell

    Tenor 2
    Dylan Campbell-1st chair
    Chris Martin
    Miguel Cacanindin

    Bass 1
    Kaleb Brock-1st chair
    Jeffrey Knox

    In addition, the following alternates were named:

    Alto 1
    Madison Kansteiner-1st alternate
    Nina Cosme-2nd alternate

    Alto 2
    Kris Wilson-1st alternate
    Kennedy Leonard-2nd alternate

    Bass 2
    Brandon Jenkins-2nd alternate

    Congratulations to all who auditioned and GOOD LUCK to those advancing to the January audition.

    In sports…

    Tickets for Round 4 Football game vs. North Shore High School will be on sale during all lunches.  Students are $6 and are Adults $11.  All tickets are $15 at the gate. Game time is 7:30pm at NRG Stadium. Go Eagles!

    Lacrosse season is approaching!! All students interested in playing lacrosse this spring need to register as soon as possible! Registration can be done online at atascolax.com. See Ms. Becker in Room 2304 for more info.


     

  • Thursday, December 1st

    Our annual AHS Toy Drive has begun. Donation boxes are at every house secretary.  Simply fill out and tape a form to your toys before dropping them in, so your 5th period class can receive credit.  The individuals and 5th period class donating the most toys will get to travel with Social Action students to the Toy Warehouse to meet the families and help them pick out the perfect gift for their kids.  Donate today...a kid is counting on you!

    AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field to build community, strength, and leadership on December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at ONLY $70.00!!! DO NOT delay!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Anyone who is interested in the 2nd  annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break there will be a Parent Meeting on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House discussing all details. The total price for the trip is only $376.00, so do not delay. If you are interested please do not hesitate to see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    All aboard Eagles! Join us for holiday cheer and The Polar Express on a GIANT movie screen next Friday, December 9th at the AHS Sports Complex.  We will have crafts, visits with Santa Claus, and cookie decorating from 5:00-6:00 pm.  The movie begins at 6pm and tickets are only $5.  You can bring a picnic dinner or buy concessions.  Tickets go on sale during all lunches next week.

    We will have a Red-OUT Pep Rally this Friday.  Items that leave debris on the gym floor or stands will NOT be allowed at the Pep Rally including: confetti cannons, silly string, streamers, etc.

    In sports…

    Tickets for this Friday’s Round 4 Football game vs.  North Shore High School will be on sale all week:  Students are $6 and are Adults $11.  All tickets are $15 at the gate.  If you are interested in riding the Fan bus space is limited. Only 25 spots left. Please see Mrs. Shaw in the main office for more information.  Any student riding the bus will get their ticket and ride for free.  Game time is 7:30pm at NRG Stadium. Go Eagles!


    Wednesday, November 30th

    Our annual AHS Toy Drive has begun. Donation boxes are at every house secretary.  Simply fill out and tape a form to your toys before dropping them in, so your 5th period class can receive credit.  The individuals and 5th period class donating the most toys will get to travel with Social Action students to the Toy Warehouse to meet the families and help them pick out the perfect gift for their kids.  Donate today...a kid is counting on you!

    Student Council will have a meeting today at 3pm in the Red LGI.  See you there!

    AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field to build community, strength, and leadership on December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    The 2016-2017 Yearbook is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at ONLY $70.00!!! DO NOT delay!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Anyone who is interested in the 2nd  annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break there will be a Parent Meeting on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House discussing all details. The total price for the trip is only $376.00, so do not delay. If you are interested please do not hesitate to see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    Registration is now open for the 2nd session of After School Credit Recovery program that will begin on January 17th.  Space is limited.  Cost is $50.00 (cash or money order).  Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information. 

    All aboard Eagles! Join us for holiday cheer and The Polar Express on a GIANT movie screen next Friday, December 9th at the AHS Sports Complex.  We will have crafts, visits with Santa Claus, and cookie decorating from 5:00-6:00 pm.  The movie begins at 6pm and tickets are only $5.  You can bring a picnic dinner or buy concessions.  Tickets go on sale during all lunches next week and at the door.

    In sports…

    Tickets for this Friday’s Round 4 Football game vs.  North Shore High School will be on sale all week:  Students are $6 and are Adults $11.  All tickets are $15 at the gate.  If you are interested in riding the Fan bus, please see Mrs. Shaw in the main office. Any student riding the bus will get their ticket and ride for free.  Game time is 7:30pm at NRG Stadium.


    Tuesday, November 29th

    Our annual AHS Toy Drive has begun. Our partners, Humble Area Assistance Ministries and Family Time Crisis & Counseling, will serve over 4,000 children this year, and AHS typically supplies 2,000 of those toys.  Donation boxes are at every house secretary.  Simply fill out and tape a form to your toys before dropping them in, so your 5th period class can receive credit.  The individuals and 5th period class donating the most toys will get to travel with Social Action students to the Toy Warehouse to meet the families and help them pick out the perfect gift for their kids.  Donate today...a kid is counting on you!

    Student Council will have a meeting this Wednesday, November 30th at 3pm in the Red LGI.  See you there!

    AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field to build community, strength, and leadership on December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!

    The 2016-2017 Aerie is a GREAT idea for a holiday present, starting at ONLY $70.00!!! DO NOT delay!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at:  www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Anyone who is interested in the 2nd  annual HBCU Tour to Charlotte, NC during Spring Break there will be a Parent Meeting on Thursday, December 8, 2016 at 6:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House discussing all details. The total price for the trip is only $376.00, so do not delay. If you are interested please do not hesitate to see Mr. Tatum-Journalism/Yearbook Teacher in Room 1717 in Blue House.

    In sports…

    This week our Varsity Football team will take on North Shore High School at NRG Stadium this Friday at 7:30 pm. Tickets will be on sale all week:  Students $6 and Adults $11.  All tickets are $15 at the gate.  If you are interested in riding the Fan bus, please see Mrs. Shaw in the main office. Any student riding the bus will get their ticket and ride for free.  

    Tryouts for Girls Soccer will continue today and tomorrow after school. In order to tryout, you must have a physical on file with the trainers. See Coach Summers or Coach Nichols for more details.


    Monday, November 28th

    Our annual AHS Toy Drive begins today through December 12th.  Our partners, Humble Area Assistance Ministries and Family Time Crisis & Counseling, will serve over 4,000 children this year, and AHS typically supplies 2,000 of those toys.  Donation boxes are at every house secretary.  Simply fill out and tape a form to your toys before dropping them in, so your 5th period class can receive credit.  The individuals and 5th period class donating the most toys will get to travel with Social Action students to the Toy Warehouse to meet the families and help them pick out the perfect gift for their kids.  Donate today...a kid is counting on you!

    Student Council will have a meeting this Wednesday, November 30th at 3pm in the Red LGI.  See you there!

    AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field to build community, strength, and leadership on December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Eagle Football team on both wins against Pearland and Lamar High Schools over the break.  This week our Eagles will take on North Shore High School at NRG Stadium this Friday at 7:30 pm. Tickets will be on sale all week:  Students $6 and Adults $11.  All tickets are $15 at the gate.  If you are interested in riding the Fan bus, please see Mrs. Shaw in the main office. Any student riding the bus will get their ticket and ride for free.  

    Tryouts for Girls Soccer will start today and will end on Nov. 30 after school. In order to tryout, you must have a physical on file with the trainers. See Coach Summers or Coach Nichols for more details.


    Friday, November 18th

    Our annual AHS Toy Drive will begin immediately after Thanksgiving break through December 12th.  That means we only have 2 weeks to collect new toys for abused and impoverished children in our community.  Our partners, Humble Area Assistance Ministries and Family Time Crisis & Counseling, will serve over 4,000 children this year, and AHS typically supplies 2,000 of those toys, so Eagles have to give BIG.  Donation boxes are at every house secretary.  Simply fill out and tape a form to your toys before dropping them in, so your 5th period class can receive credit.  The individuals and 5th period class donating the most toys will get to travel with Social Action students to the Toy Warehouse to meet the families and help them pick out the perfect gift for their kids.  Donate today...a kid is counting on you!

    Mr. Tatum-Journalism and Yearbook Teacher will be taking students to Charlotte, NC for the Second Annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Tour during Spring Break.  There will be a brief Student Informational Meeting on today in Room 1717-Journalism Yearbook Classroom at 3:00 PM. Please see Mr. Tatum for further details.

    Are you interested in stepping out of your comfort zone or doing something fun & rigorous , AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field to build community, strength, and leadership. The date has been changed to December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    In sports…

    Gymnastics competed yesterday at Alvin High School. The Girls Team won the event with Senior Bailey Atteberry finishing 1st on Vault and Senior Petra O'Brien finishing 1st on Floor. For the boys Senior Clayton Eaves finished 1st on Vault.

    Our Eagles will face Pearland High School at NRG Stadium this Saturday at noon. Tickets are:  Students $6 and Adults $11.  All tickets are $15 at the gate.  Today is the last day to sign-up for the Fan bus. Any student riding the bus will get their ticket and ride for free.  See Ms. Shaw in main office for more information. 

    Don’t forget, tryouts for Girls Soccer will start Nov. 28 and will end on Nov. 30 after school. In order to tryout, you must have a physical on file with the trainers. See Coach Summers or Coach Nichols for more details.

    Wishing everyone a very Happy and Restful Thanksgiving Holiday!


    Thursday, November 17th

    Our annual AHS Toy Drive will begin immediately after Thanksgiving break through December 12th.  That means we only have 2 weeks to collect new toys for abused and impoverished children in our community.  Our partners, Humble Area Assistance Ministries and Family Time Crisis & Counseling, will serve over 4,000 children this year, and AHS typically supplies 2,000 of those toys, so Eagles have to give BIG.  Donation boxes are at every house secretary.  Simply fill out and tape a form to your toys before dropping them in, so your 5th period class can receive credit.  The individuals and 5th period class donating the most toys will get to travel with Social Action students to the Toy Warehouse to meet the families and help them pick out the perfect gift for their kids.  Donate today...a kid is counting on you!

    Bass Team Members!! Please stop by Ms. Hutchinson's room and pick up your tournament information.  You must have completed boaters safety course in order to participate!

    The next Black Student Union Meeting today at 3PM in Red LGI. Everyone is welcome to join. Please be on time.

    Mr. Tatum-Journalism and Yearbook Teacher will be taking students to Charlotte, NC for the Second Annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Tour during Spring Break.  There will be a brief Student Informational Meeting on this Friday, November 18, 2016  in Room 1717-Journalism Yearbook Classroom at 3:00 PM. Please see Mr. Tatum for further details.

    Are you interested in stepping out of your comfort zone or doing something fun & rigorous , AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field to build community, strength, and leadership. The date has been changed to December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    In sports…

    The boys golf team traveled to Magnolia yesterday.  They finished 1st place out of 18 teams. 

    Team members were: Mason Kohler, Cade Harvey, Micah Bergamini, Keenin Potter, and Colosn Vozza.  Way to go Eagle Golf!

    Our Eagles will face Pearland High School at NRG Stadium this Saturday at noon. Tickets are:  Students $6 and Adults $11.  All tickets are $15 at the gate. 

    Need a ride to the game? You can sign-up for the fan bus during all lunches this week. Any student riding the bus will get their ticket and ride for free.  See Ms. Shaw in main office for more information. 

     Tryouts for Girls Soccer will start Nov. 28 and will end on Nov. 30 after school. In order to tryout, you must have a physical on file with the trainers. See Coach Summers or Coach Nichols for more details.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR. DANIELS!


    Wednesday, November 16th

    Say it with love and give thanks today during all lunches.  Student Council and Key club will have Thanksgiving activities during all lunches so make sure to stop by our table in the cafeteria. You will have the opportunity to give thanks to your friends and your teachers, and share what you are grateful for this holiday season.

    Bass Team Members!! We are having our AHS tournament THIS Saturday!! Please stop by Ms. Hutchinson's room and pick up the information regarding it. Remember you have to have completed your boaters safety course in order to participate!

    The next Black Student Union Meeting will be this Thursday, after school at 3PM in Red LGI.

    Mr. Tatum-Journalism and Yearbook Teacher will be taking students to Charlotte, NC for the Second Annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Tour during Spring Break.  There will be a brief Student Informational Meeting on this Friday, November 18, 2016  in Room 1717-Journalism Yearbook Classroom at 3:00 PM. Please see Mr. Tatum for further details.

    Are you interested in stepping out of your comfort zone or doing something fun & rigorous , AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field to build community, strength, and leadership. The date has been changed to December 10th. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    In sports…

    Atascocita's swim team beat College Park and Oak Ridge at home last night. 

    The girls team beat college park with a score of 171 to 114 and oak ridge with a score of 169 to 90.

    The boys team beat college park with a score of 201 to 92 and oak ridge with a score of 197 to 90.

    Top finishers for the evening were Katheryn Ball and Marshal Shepherd 200 free, Alyssa Stringer 50 free and 100 free,  Gabe Weikel 50 free and 100 breast, Conner Ozeene 100 fly, Toby Pugh 100 free, Erin Johnson 500 free, Juan Cortina 500 free, and Hailey LaPoint 100 Back.

    Our Eagles will face Pearland High School at NRG Stadium this Saturday at noon. Tickets are:  Students $6 and Adults $11.  All tickets are $15 at the gate. 

    Need a ride to the game? You can sign-up for the fan bus during all lunches this week. Any student riding the bus will get their ticket and ride for free.  See Ms. Shaw in main office for more information. 

     Tryouts for Girls Soccer will start Nov. 28 and will end on Nov. 30 after school. In order to tryout, you must have a physical on file with the trainers. See Coach Summers or Coach Nichols for more details.


    Tuesday, November 15th

    Got ID Fines? For every item you donate today for the AHS Food Drive, $1 will be subtracted from your ID fines. Only items on the food drive list will be accepted.  Today is the last day our House Secretaries will be collecting items.  Thank you for helping our local families this holiday season!

    Attention Eagles! The Hunger games results are in! Thanks to your generosity we were able to collect over 10,000 food items for HAAM and our local families in need.

    These are the results for each House Team

    • Blue House – 16
    • Athletics and Fine Arts - 58
    • White House – 214
    • Downstairs Blue & Portables – 1,192
    • Gold House – 3,851

    The winning House is Red with a total of 4,825

    The Top 3 Teachers were:

    • In 3rd place Mrs. Guillory with 1,480
    • In 2nd place Mrs. Howsmon with 1,569
    • In 1st place Mr. Truck with 3,219

    Congratulations to all who participated. You really helped make a difference this Holiday Season.

    The next Black Student Union Meeting will be this Thursday, after school at 3PM in Red LGI. All are welcome to be apart, and Please be on time!!!

    What are you doing this Spring Break? If the answer is absolutely nothing, why not travel? Mr. Tatum-Journalism and Yearbook Teacher will be taking students to Charlotte, NC for the Second Annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Tour, leaving March 12, 2017 and returning on March 17, 2017. They will be touring Alabama State University, North Carolina A&T University, and North Carolina Central University.

    There will be a brief Student Informational Meeting on this Friday, November 18, 2016  in Room 1717-Journalism Yearbook Classroom at 3:00 PM. Please see Mr. Tatum for further detail!!!

    Are you interested in stepping out of your comfort zone or doing something fun & rigorous , AHS Nutrition Club is going on a ropes course field trip this Saturday to build community, strength, and leadership. We will be participating in fun, adventure based learning activities up to 40 ft from the ground. To join, visit room 2605 & grab a trip form, & it's only 20$! Hope to see you there!

    In sports…

    Eagles, you can sign-up for the fan bus during all lunches this week. Any student riding the bus will get their ticket and ride for free.  See Ms. Shaw in main office for more information. 

    Our Eagles will face Pearland High School at NRG Stadium this Saturday at noon. Tickets are:  STUDENTS $6 and ADULTS $11.  ALL TICKETS are $15 AT THE GATE. Go Eagles!

    The Boys CC team finished 12th in the state and Top runner Worthington Moore is all state finishing in 15th overall place.  Great Season Guys !!!!

    Tryouts for Girls Soccer will start Nov. 28 and will end on Nov. 30 after school. In order to tryout, you must have a physical on file with the trainers. See Coach Summers or Coach Nichols for more details.


    Monday, November 14th

    Got ID Fines? For every item you donate for the AHS Food Drive on November 14 & 15 only, $1 will be subtracted from your ID fines. Only items on the food drive list will be accepted. Make sure to check out the posters around the school for clarification or ask any of our House Secretaries.  Let’s help local families this holiday season!

    AHS will host an NCAA Information Night today at 6:00 pm in the PAC.

    Do you have a creative idea?  Do you need the place, space and materials to create?

    Stop by the library during lunches today to use the Mobile Maker Space. Come create with duck-tape, origami and our new 3Doodler pen!

    Also, this week we have moved GOAT Games on a Table to Monday, November 14th! 

    So beat those Monday blues and come play and create at your AHS library! Be there or be square!

    The next Black Student Union Meeting will be this Thursday, after school at 3PM in Red LGI. All are welcome to be apart, and Please be on time!!!

    What are you doing this Spring Break? If the answer is absolutely nothing, why not travel? Mr. Tatum-Journalism and Yearbook Teacher will be taking students to Charlotte, NC for the Second Annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Tour, leaving March 12, 2017 and returning on March 17, 2017. They will be touring Alabama State University, North Carolina A&T University, and North Carolina Central University.

    There will be a brief Student Informational Meeting on this Friday, November 18, 2016  in Room 1717-Journalism Yearbook Classroom at 3:00 PM. Please see Mr. Tatum for further detail!!!

    Attention Eagles!!!!!!! The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff will launch the all new “Birthdays of the Week” addition to the newspaper!!! The AHS Talon Staff will be coming to take pictures of those whose birthdays are coming up, so stay prepared as we will be coming to take your pic very soon!!! Please support your classmates and their efforts by logging on to www.ahstalon.com.

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Bi-district champion Varsity Football team! They defeated Deer Park 56-17 and will play the Pearland Oilers Saturday, November 19 at noon at NRG Stadium.

    Varsity Boys Golf Team competed in their FALL regional preview at Eagle Pointe golf course in Mont Belvieu.  The team finished 3rd out of 9.  Team members were:  Ransom Jacobson, Andrew Bohli, Theo Marules, Eric Breeding, and Cam Latto.

    Our Cross Country Boys places 12th in State. Congratulations on a great season!

    Tryouts for Girls Soccer will start Nov. 28 and will end on Nov. 30 after school. In order to tryout, you must have a physical on file with the trainers. See Coach Summers or Coach Nichols for more details.


    Friday, November 11th

    Today is Veterans Day! Make sure to thank a Veteran for their service to our country.

    The Hunger Games end today.  Student Council will be collecting all of the items collected around the school.  We will announce the final count on Monday.  Currently – Gold House is still in the lead with over 2,000 canned goods.  The top teachers are Mr. Truck, Mrs. Howsmon, Ms. Spence, and Mrs. Guillory. Keep on bringing in your food items; you are making a difference for our local families in need.

    Got ID Fines? For every item you donate for the AHS Food Drive on November 14 & 15 only, $1 will be subtracted from your ID fines. Only items on the food drive list will be accepted. Make sure to check out the posters around the school for clarification or ask any of our House Secretaries.  Let’s help local families this holiday season!

    Orchestra has region competitions today and tomorrow.  Best wishes to all of you! Go Eagles!

    Seniors, make sure to stop by the Balfour table to get everything you need for Graduation today during all lunches.

    Attention Eagles! Playoff shirts will be sold during all lunches. Short sleeves are $10 and long sleeve $15.

    AHS PTSA will be selling hoodies-$25.00 in the cafeteria today 11 during all lunches.

    AHS will host an NCAA Information Night on Monday, Nov. 14th at 6:00 pm in the PAC.

    Attention Eagles!!!!!!!  The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff will launch the all new “Birthdays of the Week” addition to the newspaper!!! The AHS Talon Staff will be coming to take pictures of those whose birthdays are coming up, so stay prepared as we will be coming to take your pic very soon!!! Please support your classmates and their efforts by logging on to www.ahstalon.com.

    In sports…

    Gymnastics kicked off their season at the Humble ISD Floating Cup yesterday.

    Girls beat Kingwood 112.85 to 110.45.

    Senior Captain Petra O'Brien swept the events winning Vault, Bars, Beam, Floor and All-Around.

    Gymnastics travels to Alvin next week.

    Football playoff game tickets will be sold during all lunches Wednesday to Friday. Ticket prices will be $4 for students, $7 adults $8 at the gate. Ride the Fan Bus and get into the game for free.  You can sign-up during all lunches.  Fan bus riders will need a permission slip. Please see Mrs. Shaw for more information.

    Boys Basketball season opener will be played this Saturday at the M.O. Campbell Center in Aldine.  The Eagles come into the season ranked #18 in the state and will take on State Ranked #4 Aldine Davis in the showcase game Saturday night at 8pm. Tickets are $10 and will be sold Thursday and Friday during lunch. There are only 40 tickets left for this event, so First come first serve. The game has been projected to be a sellout. Come out and support the Eagles!!

    Congratulations again to our Cross Country Boys as they head to State! Good luck Eagles!


    Thursday, November 10th

    The Hunger Games end this Friday, November 11th.  Currently – Gold House is still in the lead with over 2,000 canned goods.  The top teachers are Mr. Truck, Mrs. Howsmon, Ms. Spence, and Mrs. Guillory. Keep on bringing in your food items; it’s for a great cause. “May the odds be forever in your favor.”

    Attention seniors: Stop by the Balfour table to get everything you need for Graduation this Thursday and Friday during all lunches.

    Attention Eagles! Playoff shirts will be sold this Friday in front of the library before school starts and during all lunches. Short sleeves are $10 and long sleeve $15.

    Attention Latin Club members.  We will have after school meeting today and tomorrow in Room T-6. Be sure to attend at least one of the meetings.

    AHS PTSA will be selling hoodies-$25.00 in the cafeteria this Friday, November 11 during all lunches.

    AHS will host an NCAA Information Night. Monday, Nov. 14th at 6:00 pm in the PAC.

    Attention Eagles!!!!!!! The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff will launch the all new “Birthdays of the Week” addition to the newspaper!!! The AHS Talon Staff will be coming to take pictures of those whose birthdays are coming up, so stay prepared as we will be coming to take your pic very soon!!! Please support your classmates and their efforts by logging on to www.ahstalon.com, and remember with the AHS Talon, it’s just the facts Eagles, just the facts…..

    In sports…

    Football playoff game tickets will be sold during all lunches Wednesday to Friday. Ticket prices will be $4 for students, $7 adults $8 at the gate. Ride the Fan Bus and get into the game for free.  You can sign-up during all lunches.  Fan bus riders will need a permission slip. Please see Mrs. Shaw for more information.

    Boys Basketball season opener will be played this Saturday at the M.O. Campbell Center in Aldine.  The Eagles come into the season ranked #18 in the state and will take on State Ranked #4 Aldine Davis in the showcase game Saturday night at 8pm. Tickets are $10 and will be sold Thursday and Friday during lunch. There are only 40 tickets left for this event, so First come first serve. The game has been projected to be a sellout. Come out and support the Eagles!!


    Wednesday, November 9th

    Teachers and Students! The Hunger Games end this Friday, November 11th.  Currently – Gold House is still in the lead.  Keep on bringing in your food items; it’s for a great cause. “May the odds be forever in your favor.”

    Attention seniors: Stop by the Balfour table to get everything you need for Graduation this Thursday and Friday during all lunches.

    Attention StuCo members! We will have a meeting today at 3 pm in the Red LGI. Make sure to turn in your October point sheets. See you all there!

    Eagles, do you like trivia? Are you looking for a fun way to pay it forward? Join the Beta Club to today at 3pm in the Red Computer Labs to play computer based trivia called Free Rice. For every question you get right, rice is donated to the World Food Program. We will have rice Krispy Treats for participants and prizes for winners. Beta members, remember to bring your friends!

    AHS MCJROTC will be holding our 6th Annual Veterans Appreciation Ceremony tomorrow morning in the cafeteria. The ceremony will start at 8am.

    Attention Eagles! Stop by the School Store this Thursday morning from 8:30 to 9:30 to pre-order your Football playoff shirt.  Playoff shirts will also be sold this Friday in front of the library before school starts and during all lunches. Short sleeves are $10 and long sleeve $15.

    Attention Latin Club members.  We will have after school meeting starting today through Friday in Room T-6. Be sure to attend at least one of the meetings.

    AHS PTSA will be selling hoodies-$25.00 in the cafeteria this Friday, November 11 during all lunches.

    AHS will host an NCAA Information Night. Monday, Nov. 14th at 6:00 pm in the PAC.

    Attention Eagles!!!!!!! The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff will launch the all new “Birthdays of the Week” addition to the newspaper!!! The AHS Talon Staff will be coming to take pictures of those whose birthdays are coming up, so stay prepared as we will be coming to take your pic very soon!!! Please support your classmates and their efforts by logging on to www.ahstalon.com, and remember with the AHS Talon, it’s just the facts Eagles, just the facts…..

    In sports…

    Football playoff game tickets will be sold during all lunches Wednesday to Friday. Ticket prices will be $4 for students, $7 adults $8 at the gate. Ride the Fan Bus and get into the game for free.  You can sign-up during all lunches.  Fan bus riders will need a permission slip. Please see Mrs. Shaw for more information.

    Boys Basketball season opener will be played this Saturday at the M.O. Campbell Center in Aldine.  The Eagles come into the season ranked #18 in the state and will take on State Ranked #4 Aldine Davis in the showcase game Saturday night at 8pm. Tickets are $10 and will be sold Thursday and Friday during lunch. There are only 40 tickets left for this event, so First come first serve. The game has been projected to be a sellout. Come out and support the Eagles!!


    Tuesday, November 8th

    Last week Student Council and the Social Studies Department hosted a mock Presidential Election. After compiling close to 3,000 votes, the majority of AHS students decided that Donald Trump should be the new President of the United States. Thank you to all who participated. Today is Election Day! If you have the opportunity, go vote!

    Teachers and Students! The Hunger Games end this Friday, November 11th.  Currently – Gold House is in the lead with Red House in second place. The top five teachers are: Ms. Spence, Ms. Williams, Ms. Howsmon, Mr. Truck and Ms. Megan Smith. Remember, the winning teacher will receive a pizza party.  Keep on bringing in your food items; it’s for a great cause. “May the odds be forever in your favor.”

    Attention seniors: The Balfour Company will be at AHS on Thursday and Friday to take Your Cap & Gown, Class Ring and Graduation Announcement Orders, during all Lunches. Extra Ordering Information is available in the Red 2 Office. Stop by the Balfour table to get everything you need for Graduation.

    Student Council will have a meeting this Wednesday, November 9th at 3 pm in the Red LGI. Make sure to turn in your October point sheets. See you all there!

    AHS MCJROTC would like to remind everyone that we will be holding our 6th Annual Veterans Appreciation Ceremony on the 10th of November in the cafeteria. The ceremony will start at 0800 and should end right around 0900. If you are a Veteran or have a family member who is a Veteran, please provide all information to JROTC instructors Fleming or Lasyone.

    Attention Latin Club members.  We will have meetings after school this week in Room T 6 on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, November 8, 9 and 10.  We will discuss future competition dates and begin practicing for specific categories. Members remember that you must attend at least one of these meetings.

    AHS PTSA will be selling hoodies-$25.00 in the cafeteria this Friday, November 11 during all lunches.

    The AHS Yearbook is on sale for $70.00!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at: www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    AHS will host an NCAA Information Night. Monday, Nov. 14th at 6:00 pm in the PAC.

    In sports…

    All 3 Lady Eagle basketball teams won their home opener this past Friday night. Freshman won 32-22 JV won 43-22 and the Varsity won 60-26 with double digit points from DeDe Davis with 14 and Dari Gabriel with 13.  The Lady Eagles will play at home tonight vs. Cy-Woods @ 4:00, 5:30 & 7. 

    Football playoff game tickets will be sold during all lunches Wednesday to Friday. Ticket prices will be $4 for students, $7 adults $8 at the gate. Ride the Fan Bus and get into the game for free.  You can sign-up during all lunches.  Fan bus riders will need a permission slip. Please see Mrs. Shaw for more information.


    Monday, November 7th

    The Hunger Games have begun! We encourage everyone to participate in our annual canned food drive to benefit The Humble Area Assistance Ministries. Help us make this Holiday Season a great one for our local families in need.

    AHS has a new Film Club! Come to room 2606 on today at 3:00 PM to learn more, or contact Ms. Husband or Tyler Barrett.

    The 11th Annual Student Faculty Softball Game will be at 3:30pm today. If it rains, the game will be rescheduled for tomorrow at the same time. Don’t forget to bring at least one canned good for the Canned Food Drive.

    Student Council will have a meeting this Wednesday, November 9th at 3 pm in the Red LGI. Make sure to turn in your October point sheets. See you all there!

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is on sale for ONLY $70.00!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at: www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    In sports…

    Congratulations to Our Lady Eagles Varsity Volleyball team for a great season. We are so proud of you!

    Football news

    Congratulations to our Varsity Football team on their win, 78-0, against Goose Creek memorial. The first playoff game will be against Deerpark High School on Friday, November 11th. Our Eagles will play at Abshier Stadium in Deerpark.

    Football playoff game tickets will be sold during all lunches Wednesday to Friday. Ticket prices will be $4 for students, $7 adults $8 at the gate.

    Also, we will be running a Fan Bus for Friday’s Football Playoff game at Deer Park. You can sign up for the Fan Bus in the cafeteria during all lunches, today-Friday. A permission slip must be returned in order to ride the bus.  Fan bus riders get into the game for FREE! Please see Ms. Shaw in main office for ticket or Fan Bus questions.

    Boys Basketball tryouts will continue today from 3- 4 pm for everybody.  To participate, you must have a PHYSICAL on file with the AHS trainers. See coach Martinez, Coach Cole, and Coach Brown for details.

    All 3 Lady Eagle basketball teams won their home opener on Friday night. Freshman won 32-22 JV won 43-22 and the Varsity won 60-26 with double digit points from DeDe Davis with 14 and Dari Gabriel with 13.  The Lady Eagles will play at home tonight vs. Cy-Woods @ 4:00, 5:30 & 7. 


    Friday, November 4th

    The KHOU Pep Rally was awesome this morning! A big thank you to everyone who got up early to show their Eagle Pride!

    The Hunger Games have begun! We encourage everyone to participate in our annual canned food drive to benefit The Humble Area Assistance Ministries. Help us make this Holiday Season a great one for our local families in need.

    Juniors, URGENT!!! Please bring your dessert fund raiser order forms and money to Mrs. Zibi's room in 2508 blue 1 TODAY before 3:30 pm.

    Latin Club will have a meeting after school on today from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM in room T-6.

    AHS Choir presents Cabaret! Show times are 6 & 8 PM with a Dessert Reception at 7 PM.  $10 Tickets are on sale now in the choir room.

    The Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk is tomorrow, November 5th from 8am to 11am. You can register online by clicking on the banner on the AHS website.

    This Saturday Nov. 5th, the AHS Orchestra presents: Barrage 8.  Show time is at 7PM in the Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $15 and $10 each. For more information, please contact Mr. Catoe. 

    AHS has a new Film Club! Come to room 2606 on Monday, November 7 at 3:00 PM to learn more, or contact Ms. Husband or Tyler Barrett.

    The 11th Annual Student Faculty Softball Game will be at 3:30pm on Monday, Nov. 7th. Come out to the AHS softball field and watch the students take on the teachers.  Please bring one canned good for the Canned Food Drive.

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is on sale now starting at ONLY $70.00!!! DO NOT delay!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at: www.jostensyearbooks.com

    In sports…

    Volleyball news… Our Lady Eagles play the 2nd Round vs. Pearland at Null Middle School (near CE King) at 5:30pm today. We want ALL the Eagles to Show up and RED OUT! Congratulations Lady Eagles we are so proud!

    Football news… Congratulations to our JV Blue team and our Freshman teams for their win against Goose Creek Memorial! JV Blue team is District Champ!

    Varsity will face Goose Creek tomorrow, November 5th @ Turner Stadium. Game time is at 2pm.  Tickets for the game will be on sale during all lunches. Students are $3, Adults are $5, and all tickets are $7 at the door.

    Boys Basketball tryouts will take place today from pm to 3- 4 pm for sophomores, juniors and seniors, and 4 – 5:30 pm for freshman.  Additional tryouts will be on Monday November 7 from 6am -7am, and 3- 4 pm for everybody.  To participate, you must have a PHYSICAL on file with the AHS trainers. See coach Martinez, Coach Cole, and Coach Brown for details.


    Thursday, November 3rd.

    The Spanish National Honor Society invites you to honor your loved ones who have passed by placing an item or picture of them on our Day of the Dead altar located along Main Street. The altar will be displayed all week.

    The Hunger Games have begun! We encourage everyone to participate in our annual canned food drive to benefit The Humble Area Assistance Ministries. Our goal is to collect at least 5000 items by November 11th.  The 5th period class with the most donations will receive a Pizza party. Help us make this Holiday Season a great one for our local families in need. All teachers should have a flyer with a list of food items needed. We will announce the first count for each on Monday.  Please contact Mrs. Delgado or Mrs. Arreola if you need items picked-up.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!! The Black Student Union meets today, after school at 3PM in the Red LGI.

    This week Latin Club will have a meeting after school on today and tomorrow from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM to practice Certamen and to discuss our trip to the Renaissance Festival.  Please come to Room T-6 for Latin Club on either Thursday or Friday!

    The KHOU live Pep Rally is tomorrow.  If you are interested in participating please be in the big gym by 4:50 AM ready to show your school spirit.  They will go live from AHS at 5:20 AM and 6:20 AM on KHOU!  See you there!!! Go Eagles!

    This Friday, November 4, AHS Choir presents Cabaret! Show times are 6 & 8 PM with a Dessert Reception at 7 PM. Tickets are $10 each and include admission to one show and the dessert reception.  Tickets are on sale now in the choir room.  You may contact our Mrs. Nalundasan, Mr. Braden or Mr. Weir for more information.

    The Greater Lake Houston Heart Walk is this Saturday, November 5th from 8am to 11am. You can register online by clicking on the banner on the AHS website.

    This Saturday Nov. 5th, the AHS Orchestra presents: Barrage 8, the world’s most exciting contemporary string ensemble.  Show time is at 7PM in the Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $15 and $10 each. For more information, please contact Mr. Catoe. 

    Have you ever wanted to make your own film? Do you love acting and writing? AHS has a new Film Club! Come to room 2606 on Monday, November 7 at 3:00 PM to learn more, or contact Ms. Husband or Tyler Barrett. Come join us as we explore the art of filmmaking!

    The 11th Annual Student Faculty Softball Game will be at 3:30pm on Monday, Nov. 7th. Come out to the AHS softball field and watch the students take on the teachers.  Please bring one canned good for the Canned Food Drive.

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is on sale now starting at ONLY $70.00!!! DO NOT delay!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at: www.jostensyearbooks.com

    In sports…

    Volleyball news… Our Lady Eagles are bi-district champions! The Atascocita Varsity Volleyball Team won a HUGE First Round Playoff Match vs. Deer Park on Tuesday night! They play Friday in the 2nd Round vs. Pearland at Null Middle School (near CE King) at 5:30pm. We want ALL the Eagles to Show up and RED OUT! Congratulations Lady Eagles we are so proud!

    Also, our very own Alexia Thomas is in the running for the Vype Houston's Top Setter Award! We encourage everyone to go to the Vype website and Vote as many times as you can!!!!

    Football news…

    Subvarsity teams will play today against Goose Creek Memorial High School.

    JV teams play @ Goose Creek

    Freshman teams @AHS

    Varsity will face Goose Creek this Saturday, November 5th @ Turner Stadium. Game time is at 2pm.  Tickets for the game will be on sale during all lunches. Students are $3, Adults are $5, and all tickets are $7 at the door.

    Boys Basketball tryouts will take place on Friday November 4 from pm to 3- 4 pm for sophomores, juniors and seniors, and 4 – 5:30 pm for freshman.  It will also be on Monday November 7 from 6am -7am, and 3- 4 pm for everybody.  To participate, you must have a PHYSICAL on file with the AHS trainers. See coach Martinez, Coach Cole, and Coach Brown for details.


    Tuesday, November 1st.

    El Día de los Muertos is this Wednesday.

    El Día de los Muertos (the Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday to celebrate, remember, and prepare special foods in honor of those who have departed. The Spanish National Honor Society invites you to honor your loved ones who have passed by placing an item or picture of them on our Day of the Dead altar located along Main Street.

    The Hunger Games have begun! We encourage everyone to participate in our annual canned food drive to benefit The Humble Area Assistance Ministries. Our goal is to collect at least 5000 items by November 11th.  The 5th period class with the most donations will receive a Pizza party. Help us make this Holiday Season a great one for our local families in need.

    Social Studies and Student Council have come together to host a 2016 Mock Election.  Each student will be given the opportunity to vote for one of the four Presidential candidates.  Voting will take place in your Social Studies class one day this week. Student Council will compile the results and the winner will be announced on Election Day Tuesday Nov 8.  Voting ends Friday, Nov. 4th.

    Eagles! Make sure to purchase a $2 raffle ticket for a chance to win on of over 35 prizes. Tickets will be sold during all lunches until tomorrow, Nov. 2nd.  See any principal for more information.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

    Do you love one or more of your academic classes? Have you ever wanted to show off your knowledge and compete against others? Do you love Accounting, Math, Science, Spelling, Literature, Writing, History, or Current Events? Do you want an opportunity to win money for college? Well UIL is the place for you. Come and see what we are all about on Wednesday November 2, 2016 @ 3:00 pm in the White LGI.

    The AHS nutrition & fitness club’s first meeting is tomorrow, November 2nd at 3pm in room 2605. For more info, go to room 2605 to see Ms. Davison or talk to Casity Aguilar & Mary Wilson.  

    The KHOU live Pep Rally will be this Friday, Nov. 4th. If you want to be a part of the action, and be on TV, be in the gym at 5:00 AM ready to show your school spirit.  They will go live from AHS at 5:20 AM and 6:20 AM on KHOU!  See you there!!! Go Eagles!   

    Come out Monday Nov 7 at 3:30 to the AHS Softball Field to watch the 11th Annual Student Faculty Softball Game. Do you want to see Mr. Tatum throw a softball, Coach Lacour try and hit a softball, or Mrs. Lamb slide into home? Come watch the students take on the teachers.  Please bring one canned good for the Canned Food Drive.

    In sports…

    Good luck to our Lady Eagles as they face Barbus Hill in their first playoff tournament tonight!

    The AHS swim team competes against Kingwood on Wednesday, November 2 at 6 pm here at home.  It's Teacher Appreciation night.  Come out and cheer on the eagles.

  • Announcements

    Monday, October 31st.

    Let the Hunger Games begin! Today is the start of our annual canned food drive that supports the Humble Area Assistance Ministries (HAAM) as they serve local families this Holiday Season. Our goal is to collect at least 5000 items by November 11th. Last year we surpassed our goal with over 9000 items. Let’s do it again eagles! Make sure to ask your teachers for more information.

    Looking for something fun to do this Halloween night? The AHS annual Spook-Fest is from 6-8 pm outside of the PAC.  Free Fun for all ages! See you there!

    Social Studies and Student Council have come together to host a 2016 Mock Election.  Each student will be given the opportunity to vote for one of the four Presidential candidates.  Voting will take place in your Social Studies class one day this week. Student Council will compile the results and the winner will be announced on Election Day Tuesday Nov 8.  Each day there will be a trivia question about past elections and students are encouraged to submit their answers during lunch to a Student Council Representative for a chance to win tardy passes. Do you know the candidates? Who will you elect? Get ready because voting ends Friday, Nov. 4th.

    Eagles, have you heard about the AHS Heart Walk Raffle? All you need is $2 for a chance to win one of over 35 prizes! Some of the prizes include free parking; parking in Mr. Daniels’ or Mr. Falker’s spot, free food, tardy passes, and much more! Tickets are $2 and are being sold during all lunches until November 2nd. Have questions?  See any principal for more information.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

    This weekend the Atascocita Speech and Debate team competed at the Kingwood High School speech and debate tournament. The following students showed Eagle courage this weekend:

    • President Kayleigh Echols - 6th Place in Championship Original Oratory. 6th Place in Champion Impromptu
    • Mario Alvarez - 4th Place in Champion Impromptu
    • Kyla Snow - 1st Place Novice Oratory Champion!

    Do you love one or more of your academic classes? Have you ever wanted to show off your knowledge and compete against others? Do you love Accounting, Math, Science, Spelling, Literature, Writing, History, or Current Events? Do you want an opportunity to win money for college? Well UIL is the place for you. Come and see what we are all about! Wednesday November 2, 2016 @ 3:00 pm in the White LGI.

    Picture Re-Takes will be tomorrow, November 1 in Blue LGI. Scott Tate Photography will be there the entire duration of the school day, so please plan accordingly.

    You may pick up Pass Fail applications from your House Counselor. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, November 4th at 3:00 pm

    The AHS nutrition & fitness club’s first meeting is this Wednesday, November 2nd at 3pm in room 2605. For more info, go to room 2605 to see Ms. Davison or talk to Casity Aguilar & Mary Wilson.  

    Hey students!!! KHOU will be here Friday, November 4, 2016 to film a pep rally that will air live on their morning show!! Any AHS student is welcome to come and cheer in the stands! If you want to be a part of the action, and be on TV, be in the gym at 5:00 AM on Friday, November 4, 2016 decked out in AHS colors and spirit gear!! Set your DVR at home for the show as well! They will go live from AHS at 5:20 AM and 6:20 AM on KHOU!  See you there!!! Yay Eagles!!!

    Come out Monday Nov 7 at 3:30 to the AHS Softball Field to watch the 11th Annual Student Faculty Softball Game. Do you want to see Mr. Tatum throw a softball, Coach Lacour try and hit a softball, or Mrs. Lamb slide into home? Come watch the students take on the teachers.  Please bring one canned good for the Canned Food Drive.

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Varsity Football Team on their win against C.E. King this past Friday 52-0. Way to go Eagles!

    The Boys Cross Country team qualified for state!!!!!The guys ran great on a tough course.  Team runners are Worthington Moore, Benjamin Maldonado, Tate McMillan, Danny Lamonte, Christian Cook, Christian “HAPPY” Gilmore, Christian Meades, and Raymond Sanchez.  They Compete Saturday Nov 12 in Round Rock.  Awesome Job Guys and Good luck at STATE!

    The AHS swim team competes against Kingwood on Wednesday, November 2 at 6 pm here at home.  It's Teacher Appreciation night.  Come out and cheer on the Eagles.


    Friday, October 28th

    Hello Eagles!  Please make sure to stop by our StuCo table during all lunches and sign our pledge to be drug free.  Remember to make your own choices, stand up for yourself and choose life!

    Best wishes to our AHS Marching Band at their Area competition tomorrow. Go Eagles!

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is on sale! The special Promotional Price of $65 ends today. Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Eagles don’t forget! The AHS Zombie FUN RUN is tomorrow. Visit the AHS website for more information or visit the ROTC class to join the event.

    Eagles! You have a chance to win of 35 prizes including free parking, parking in Mr. Daniels’ or Mr. Falker’s spot, free food, tardy passes, and much more! Tickets are $2 and are being sold during all lunches until November 2nd. Have questions?  See any principal for more information.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

    Attention freshman, sophomores and juniors - Picture Re-Takes will be on Tuesday, November 1 in Blue LGI. Scott Tate Photography will be there the entire duration of the school day, so please plan accordingly.

    Students - You may pick up Pass Fail applications from your House Counselor. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, November 4th at 3:00 pm

    Tickets for the AHS Theatre Arts’ performance, “Night of the Living Dead,” are on sale during all lunches. You can pay $7 now or pay $10 at the door. Shows are tonight at 7:30pm; and tomorrow at 2pm and 7:30pm.

    AHS’ Spook-fest will be Monday, October 31 from 6-8 pm with FREE FUN FOR ALL! We will have a haunted house, games and concessions.  Spread the word!

    Are you interested in spreading a healthy lifestyle in your community? Then join the AHS nutrition & fitness club where we can create a fun environment to participate in community awareness walks, ropes courses, trips to a farm sanctuary, nutritional cooking tutorials & many more fun activities" for more info go to room 2605 to see Ms Davison or talk to Casity Aguilar & Mary Wilson" Our first meeting will be Wednesday, November 2nd at 3 in room 2605.

    Hey students!!! KHOU will be here Friday, November 4, 2016 to film a pep rally that will air live on their morning show!! Any AHS student is welcome to come and cheer in the stands! If you want to be a part of the action, and be on TV, be in the gym at 5:00 AM on Friday, November 4, 2016 decked out in AHS colors and spirit gear!! Set your DVR at home for the show as well! They will go live from AHS at 5:20 AM and 6:20 AM on KHOU!  See you there!!! Yay Eagles!!!

    Come out Monday Nov 7 at 3:30 to the AHS Softball Field to watch the 11th Annual Student Faculty Softball Game. Do you want to see Ms. Thomas throw a softball, Mr. Truck try and hit a softball, or Mr. Hayes slide into home? Come watch the students take on the teachers.  Please bring one canned good for the Canned Food Drive.

    All seniors interested in attending an Historically Black College please see Ms. Hall in Blue 1 to apply for the Tom Joyner Full Ride Scholarship.

    Join Student Council in this year’s Hunger Games to help collect canned good for Humble Area Assistance Ministries. The competition begins this Monday, October 31st.  Our goal is to collect at least 5000 items. Last year we surpassed our goal with over 9000 items. Let’s do it again eagles! Make sure to ask your teachers for more information.

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Sub-varsity football teams for their win against CE King last night.

    JV Teams

    • Atascocita JV Blue – 62 - 0
    • Atascocita JV Red -- 42 -  0
    • Freshman
    • Atascocita A -- 47- 0 

    Come out and support our Eagles Varsity football team as they face CE King at C.E. King Stadium. Game time is at 7pm. Go Eagles!

    Good luck to our Cross Country girls and boys as they head to Regionals tomorrow. Be fierce Eagles!

    Tickets for the boys’ basketball opening game Nov. 12 will be on sale today during all lunches.  Tickets are $5.   The Eagles play Aldine Davis at 8 pm Saturday November 12 at the M.O. Campbell Center.  The game is projected to be a sell-out. Get you tickets today!


    Thursday, October 27th

    Hello Eagles! Today is Hawaiian Day – Lei off drugs!

    Our dress-up days for the rest of the week are:

    • Friday – Freak-out Day – Wear your Halloween Costume or your Red Spirit Shirt.

    Attention seniors! Tomorrow is your Senior Panoramic Picture. Please wear RED and show your Eagle Pride.

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is on sale! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00 until Oct. 28. Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Eagles don’t forget! The AHS Zombie FUN RUN is this Saturday, October 29. Visit the AHS website for more information or visit the ROTC class to join the event.

    Attention Eagles! Have you purchased your raffle tickets yet?  You have a chance to win of 35 prizes including free parking, parking in Mr. Daniels’ or Mr. Falker’s spot, free food, tardy passes, and much more! Tickets are $2 and are being sold during all lunches until November 2nd. Have questions?  See any principal for more information.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

    Attention Eagles! Picture Re-Takes will be on Tuesday, November 1 in Blue LGI. Scott Tate Photography will be there the entire duration of the school day, so please plan accordingly.

    Students - You may pick up Pass Fail applications from your House Counselor. PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, November 4th at 3:00 pm

    Tickets for the AHS Theatre Arts’ performance, “Night of the Living Dead,” are on sale during all lunches. You can pay $7 now or pay $10 at the door. You can also purchase your tickets online by visiting the AHS Theater home page.  Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm.

    AHS’ Spook-fest will be Monday, October 31 from 6-8 pm with FREE FUN FOR ALL! We will have a haunted house, games and concessions.  Spread the word!

    Are you interested in spreading a healthy lifestyle in your community? Then join the AHS nutrition & fitness club where we can create a fun environment to participate in community awareness walks, ropes courses, trips to a farm sanctuary, nutritional cooking tutorials & many more fun activities" for more info go to room 2605 to see Ms Davison or talk to Casity Aguilar & Mary Wilson" Our first meeting will be Wednesday, November 2nd at 3 in room 2605.

    Hey students!!! KHOU will be here Friday, November 4, 2016 to film a pep rally that will air live on their morning show!! Any AHS student is welcome to come and cheer in the stands! If you want to be a part of the action, and be on TV, be in the gym at 5:00 AM on Friday, November 4, 2016 decked out in AHS colors and spirit gear!! Signs, balloons, and the normal pep rally cheer from the stands, is highly encouraged!! The reporter looks for super peppy students during the pep rally to interview live!! Set your DVR at home for the show as well! They will go live from AHS at 5:20 AM and 6:20 AM on KHOU!  See you there!!! Yay Eagles!!!

    Come out Monday Nov 7 at 3:30 to the AHS Softball Field to watch the 11th Annual Student Faculty Softball Game. Do you want to see Ms. Thomas throw a softball, Mr. Truck try and hit a softball, or Mr. Hayes slide into home? Come watch the students take on the teachers.  Please bring one canned good for the Canned Food Drive.

    All seniors interested in attending an Historically Black College please see Ms. Hall in Blue 1 to apply for the Tom Joyner Full Ride Scholarship.

    In sports…

    • Tickets for the boys’ basketball opening game Nov. 12 will be on sale today and tomorrow during all lunches.  Tickets are $5.   The Eagles play Aldine Davis at 8 pm Saturday November 12 at the M.O. Campbell Center.  The game is projected to be a sell-out. Get you tickets today!
    • Today and tomorrow, our Varsity and subvarsity teams take on CE King. 
    • Tonight – JV teams play at home and Freshman play away.
    • Varsity plays tomorrow night at CE King.  Come out and support your Eagles!

    Wednesday, October 26th

    Hello Eagles! As we continue to observe Red Ribbon Week, please stop by the Student Council table during all lunches and pledge to be drug free. Respecting yourself means that you will not do anything to harm your mind and body. You only live once Eagles!

    Our dress-up days for the rest of the week are:

    • Thursday – Hawaiian Day – Lei off drugs. Dress Hawaiian.
    • Friday – Freak-out Day – Wear your Halloween Costume or your Red Spirit Shirt.

    Congratulations to all choir students who participated in the Region 33 All-Region Choir auditions hosted at AHS Mon., Oct. 24, 2016. There are 43 students from the AHS Choir Department in the Region 33 All-Region Choir and the following 28 students will be advancing to the Pre-Area audition Thurs., Dec. 1, 2016 at Summer Creek HS:

    Soprano 1

    • Aljeanna Johnson
    • Tylar Wiley
    • McKenzie Connelly
    • Soprano 1
    • Kristin Rynearson

     Alto 1

    • Kiley Rovegno
    • Nina Cosme
    • Gelesa Tripps
    • Madison Kansteiner
    • Kelsie Andrews

    Alto 2

    • Julie Funes
    • Julia Cardenas
    • Kris Wilson
    • Kennedy Leonard
    • Jaelynn Knox

     Tenor 1

    • Grayson Bushnell
    • Xavier Miller

    Tenor 2

    • Dylan Campbell
    • Chris Martin
    • Miguel Cacanindin
    • Alex Estrada

    Bass 1

    • Kaleb Brock
    • Dylan Medina
    • Jeffrey Knox

     Bass 2

    • Frank Westmoreland
    • Brandon Jenkins
    • Richard Yang
    • Gunnar Moore
    • Nando Mancilla

    Student Council will have meeting today at 3pm in the Red LGI.  See you there!

    Attention Eagles! Have you purchased your raffle tickets yet?  You have a chance to win of 35 prizes including free parking,  parking in Mr. Daniels spot, free food, tardy passes, and much more! Tickets are $2 and are being sold during all lunches until November 2nd. Have questions?  See any principal for more information.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

    Attention seniors!  This Friday, October 28th is your Senior Panoramic Picture. Please wear RED and show your Eagle Pride.

    Attention Eagles! Picture Re-Takes will be on Tuesday, November 1 in Blue LGI. Scott Tate Photography will be there the entire duration of the school day, so please plan accordingly.

    Students - You may pick up Pass Fail applications from your House Counselor starting today.  PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, November 4th at 3:00 pm

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00 until Oct. 28. For an additional $5.00 you can get up to 4 free personalized Icons added to your Yearbook! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Tickets for the AHS Theatre Arts’ performance, “Night of the Living Dead,” are on sale during all lunches. You can pay $7 now or pay $10 at the door. You can also purchase your tickets online by visiting the AHS Theater home page.  Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm.

    AHS’ Spook-fest will be Monday, October 31 from 6-8 pm with FREE FUN FOR ALL! We will have a haunted house, games and concessions.  Spread the word!

    Are you interested in spreading a healthy lifestyle in your community? Then join the AHS  nutrition & fitness club where we can create a fun environment to participate in community awareness walks, ropes courses, trips to a farm sanctuary, nutritional cooking tutorials & many more fun activities" for more info go to room 2605 to see Ms Davison or talk to Casity Aguilar & Mary Wilson" Our first meeting will be Wednesday, November 2nd at 3 in room 2605.

    Hey students!!! KHOU will be here Friday, November 4, 2016 to film a pep rally that will air live on their morning show!! Any AHS student is welcome to come and cheer in the stands! If you want to be a part of the action, and be on TV, be in the gym at 5:00 AM on Friday, November 4, 2016 decked out in AHS colors and spirit gear!! Signs, balloons, and the normal pep rally cheer from the stands, is highly encouraged!! The reporter looks for super peppy students during the pep rally to interview live!! Set your DVR at home for the show as well! They will go live from AHS at 5:20 AM and 6:20 AM on KHOU!  See you there!!! Yay Eagles!!!

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Varsity and Freshman Volleyball teams for beating Channelview last night! Way to go Lady Eagles!


    Tuesday, October 25th

    Hello Eagles! Let’s pledge to take care of our body. A drug free lifestyle is no use of illegal drugs and no illegal use of legal drugs.  Respecting yourself starts with having the knowledge to make wise decisions.

    Myth – Marijuana is harmless.

    Truth – Marijuana smokers risk the same health problems as tobacco smokers: bronchitis, emphysema and bronchial asthma.  Other long-term effects include poor mental and physical health, lack of coordination, memory problems and poor concentration.

    Stop by the Student Council table during all lunches on Wednesday and Friday and sign our pledge to be drug free. Remember. You only live once Eagles!

    Our dress-up days for the rest of the week are:

    • Wednesday – Holiday Day – Drugs can have you in a Holidaze. Dress-up as your favorite holiday.
    • Thursday – Hawaiian Day – Lei off drugs. Dress Hawaiian.
    • Friday – Freak-out Day – Wear your Halloween Costume and scare off drugs.
    • This past Saturday, The AHS Eagle marching band competed in the UIL Region 33 Marching Contest at Galena Park Stadium. The band earned all ones from all three judges. Congratulations to all members of the band!

    Attention Eagles! Picture Re-Takes will be on Tuesday, November 1 in Blue LGI. Scott Tate Photography will be there the entire duration of the school day, so please plan accordingly.

    Students - You may pick up Pass Fail applications from your House Counselor starting today.  PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, November 4th at 3:00 pm

    AHS's first annual American Heart Association Raffle has begun. Tickets are only $2 and can be bought in all lunches until November 2nd.  Purchase your raffle tickets for a chance at one of 35 prizes that are being given away.  Prizes include, free parking, free food, tardy passes, and much more! Have questions?  See any principal for more information.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

    Student Council will have meeting this Wednesday, October 26 at 3pm in the Red LGI.  Don’t forget your candy donations for Spook-Fest.  See you there!

    On Wednesday, October 26th, Lacrosse will have an informational parent meeting in the Red LGI at 6pm

    Attention SNHS members! Your dues need to be paid by October 28th.  Please see Ms. Arreola in Room 1107.

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00 until Oct. 28. For an additional $5.00 you can get up to 4 free personalized Icons added to your Yearbook! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Attention Zombie fans everywhere! You don’t want to miss AHS Theatre Arts’ performance of the scary classic, “Night of the Living Dead”. Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are $5 for AHS students and $7 for all others; all tickets are $10 at the door so purchase early! You can get your $5 tickets at all lunches; tickets also available online at www.theatreAHS.com. Come out and join us for what is sure to be a thrilling experience!

    AHS Spookfest will be Monday, October 31 from 6-8 pm with FUN FOR ALL! We will have a haunted house, games and concessions.  Spread the word!

    In sports…

    Congratulations to our Lady Eagles for their win against Baytown Sterling this past Friday. Our girls are in the play-offs! Go Eagles!


    Monday, October 24, 2016

    We are observing Red Ribbon Week October 24 – October 28. Red Ribbon Week is observed in remembrance of Drug Enforcement Administration Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena. Agent Camarena lost his life to a violent act during the time that he was an investigator for drug trafficking in Texas. Each year, numerous schools throughout the United States observe Red Ribbon Week as students and staff members pledge to live a life clean and free from drugs. Student Council invites you to take a stand against drugs.  We encourage everyone to dress-up and sign our pledge to be Drug Free.  You can visit our table during all lunches on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

    Here are our dress-up days for the rest of the week:

    • Tuesday – Twin Day – Drugs can have you seeing double
    • Wednesday – Holi-Day – Dress-up in your favorite holiday attire.
    • Thursday – Hawaiian Day – Lei off drugs
    • Friday – Freak-out Day – Wear your Halloween Costume and scare off drugs.

    Our annual AHS Spookfest is Monday, October 31 from 6-8 pm with FUN FOR ALL! Spread the word!

    Attention Eagles! Picture Re-Takes will be on Tuesday, November 1 in Blue LGI. Scott Tate Photography will be there the entire duration of the school day, so please plan accordingly.

    Students - You may pick up Pass Fail applications from your House Counselor starting today.  PASS/FAIL applications must be complete and are due to your House Counselor before Friday, November 4th at 3:00 pm

    Tired of trying to find a close place to park?  Do you want a reserved parking spot for the rest of the year?  How about one for next year?  Would you like a free prom or picnic ticket?  How about Culver's ice cream for a year? Jimmy John's sandwich for a year? Pizza delivered to you during lunch sound good?  Ever need tardy passes? All and more are available in AHS's first annual American Heart Association Raffle. Tickets are only $2 and can be bought in all lunches until November 2nd.  Purchase your raffle tickets for a chance at one of 35 prizes that are being given away.  Have questions?  See any principal for more information.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

    On Wednesday, October 26th, Lacrosse will have an informational parent meeting in the Red LGI at 6pm

    Attention SNHS members! Your dues need to be paid by October 28th.  Please see Ms. Arreola in Room 1107.

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00 until Oct. 28. For an additional $5.00 you can get up to 4 free personalized Icons added to your Yearbook! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com.

    Attention Zombie fans everywhere! You don’t want to miss AHS Theatre Arts’ performance of the scary classic, “Night of the Living Dead”. Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are $5 for AHS students and $7 for all others; all tickets are $10 at the door so purchase early! You can get your $5 tickets at all lunches; tickets also available online at www.theatreAHS.com. Come out and join us for what is sure to be a thrilling experience!


    Thursday, October 20, 2016

    Eagles it is time to get ready for Red Ribbon Week! Student Council wants everyone to pledge to be drug free. Our dress-up days are:

    Monday – Character Day – Show some character and dress-up as your favorite character

    Tuesday – Twin Day – Drugs can have you seeing double

    Wednesday – Holi-Day – Dress-up in your favorite holiday attire.

    Thursday – Hawaiian Day – Lei off drugs

    Friday – Freak Out Day – Wear your Holloween Costume and scare off drugs.

    We will also have our annual Spookfest on Monday, October 31 from 6-8 pm with FUN FOR ALL! Spread the word!

    Lacrosse will have an informational parent meeting on Wednesday, October 26 in the Red LGI at 6pm.

    Attention SNHS members! Your dues need to be paid by October 28th.  Please see Ms. Arreola in Room 1107.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!

    This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00!!! Yes, $65.00!!! For an additional $5.00 for Personalization you can get up to 4 free Icons added to your Yearbook!!! DO NOT delay!!! The special price of $65.00 is only until October 28, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com !!!!!!!

    Zombie fans everywhere, are you ready for Night of the Living Dead? AHS Theatre Arts is performing this scary movie classic the weekend before Halloween, come join us for some horrific fun! Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are $5 for AHS students and $7 for all others; all tickets are $10 at the door so purchase early! You can get your $5 tickets at all lunches; tickets also available online at www.theatreAHS.com. Come out and join us for what is sure to be a thrilling experience!

    The Zombie Fun Run is approaching! Visit the AHS website for more information and to sign-up!

    In sports…

    Our Varsity Football Team take-on Baytown Sterling tonight at Turner.  Game time is 7pm. Tickets for the game will be sold during all lunches. Students $3, Adults $5, All tickets are $7 at the door.  Go Eagles!

    Our Lady Eagles Volleyball teams play at home tomorrow vs Baytown Sterling.  Game times are Freshman 4:30, JV 5:30 and Varsity at 6:30.  Come out and show your support!


    Wednesday, October 19th

    Eagles it is time to get ready for Red Ribbon Week! Student Council wants everyone to pledge to be drug free. Our dress-up days are:

    Monday – Character Day – Show some character and dress-up as your favorite character

    Tuesday – Twin Day – Drugs can have you seeing double

    Wednesday – Holi-Day – Dress-up in your favorite holiday attire.

    Thursday – Hawaiian Day – Lei off drugs

    Friday – Freak Out Day – Wear your Holloween Costume and scare off drugs.

    We will also have our annual Spookfest on Monday, October 31 from 6-8 pm.  It will be Free fun for everyone in the community. We will have game booths, concessions and candy. Spread the word!

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!

    This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00!!! Yes, $65.00!!! For an additional $5.00 for Personalization you can get up to 4 free Icons added to your Yearbook!!! DO NOT delay!!! The special price of $65.00 is only until October 28, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com !!!!!!!

    Attention French Club!  There will be a mandatory French club meeting on Thursday, October 20 at 8:50 in Ms. Zibi's room (2508). Come and get your permission slips for the Renaissance Festival and La Madeleine.

    Zombie fans everywhere, are you ready for Night of the Living Dead? AHS Theatre Arts is performing this scary movie classic the weekend before Halloween, come join us for some horrific fun! Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are $5 for AHS students and $7 for all others; all tickets are $10 at the door so purchase early! You can get your $5 tickets at all lunches; tickets also available online at www.theatreAHS.com. Come out and join us for what is sure to be a thrilling experience!

    The Zombie Fun Run will be next weekend! Visit the AHS website for more information and to sign-up!

    In sports…

    • Come out and support your Varsity and Sub-varsity Football Teams as they take on Baytown Sterling this Wednesday and Thursday.
    • Wednesday: JV plays away @ Sterling High School and freshman teams play @home.
    • Thursday: Varsity plays @ Turner Stadium @ 7pm.
    • Tickets for the game will be sold during all lunches. Students $3, Adults $5, All tickets are $7 at the door.

    Tuesday, October 18th

    Eagles it is time to get ready for Red Ribbon Week! Student Council wants everyone to pledge to be drug free. Our dress-up days are:

    Monday – Character Day – Show some character and dress-up as your favorite character

    Tuesday – Twin Day – Drugs can have you seeing double

    Wednesday – Holi-Day – Dress-up in your favorite holiday attire.

    Thursday – Hawaiian Day – Lei off drugs

    Friday – Freak Out Day – Wear your Holloween Costume and scare off drugs.

    We will also have our annual Spookfest on Monday, October 31 from 6-8 pm. Free fun for everyone in the community. We will have game booths, concessions and candy. Spread the word!

    This is a friendly reminder that the 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00!!! Yes, $65.00!!! For an additional $5.00 for Personalization you can get up to 4 free Icons added to your Yearbook!!! DO NOT delay!!! The special price of $65.00 is only until October 28, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com !!!!!!!

    Attention French Club!  There will be a mandatory French club meeting on Thursday, October 20 at 8:50 in Ms. Zibi's room (2508). Come and get your permission slips for the Renaissance Festival and La Madeleine.

    Zombie fans everywhere, are you ready for Night of the Living Dead? AHS Theatre Arts is performing this scary movie classic the weekend before Halloween, come join us for some horrific fun! Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are $5 for AHS students and $7 for all others; all tickets are $10 at the door so purchase early! You can get your $5 tickets at all lunches; tickets also available online at www.theatreAHS.com. Come out and join us for what is sure to be a thrilling experience! The Zombie Fun Run will be next weekend! You can online to sign-up!

    In sports…

    • Come out and support your Varsity and Sub-varsity Football Teams as they take on Baytown Sterling this Wednesday and Thursday.
    • Wednesday: JV plays away @ Sterling High School and Freshman teams play @home.
    • Thursday: Varsity plays @ Turner Stadium @ 7pm.
    • Tickets for the game will be sold during all lunches. Students $3, Adults $5, All tickets are $7 at the door.

    Monday, October 17th

    A big thank you to everyone who made our Pink-Out fundraiser a success.  Our Eagle Family collected over $5,000 for the American Cancer Society.  Good job Eagles!

    Congratulations AHS Bass Team on your first tournament!! Jacob Witkowski came in 3rd place for biggest bass and Blake Graczyk on placing in partner fishing!" WAY TO GO BOYS!!

    JROTC attended the JROTC Hargrave Drill Meet and received 2nd Place Overall Grand Champion, 1st Place Female PT, 1st Place Overall Female PT Individual, 1st Place Combat Fitness Test, 2nd Place Male PT, 2nd Place Ruck Sack Run, 2nd Rock Climbing Wall, 2nd Place Command Sergeant Major Challenge, and 3rd Place Orienteering.

    Eagles come to the library to Make It Monday!  Join us October17th during all lunches to make and create.

    Attention French Club!  There will be a mandatory French club meeting on Thursday, October 20 at 8:50 in Ms. Zibi's room (2508). Come and get your permission slips for the Renaissance Festival and La Madeleine.

    Zombie fans everywhere, are you ready for Night of the Living Dead? AHS Theatre Arts is performing this scary movie classic the weekend before Halloween, come join us for some horrific fun! Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are $5 for AHS students and $7 for all others; all tickets are $10 at the door so purchase early! You can get your $5 tickets at all lunches; tickets also available online at www.theatreAHS.com. Come out and join us for what is sure to be a thrilling experience!

    The Zombie Fun Run will be next weekend! You can go online to sign-up!

    In sports…

    • Congratulations to our Varsity and Sub Varsity Football teams for defeating the Bulldogs this past Thursday and Friday.
    • Our Lady Eagles Volleyball teams also beat the creek this past Friday.  Way to go ladies! 
    • Last week both Varsity A and B Boys Golf team competed in tournaments.  The A team finished second place at Eagle Pointe in Mont Belvieu.  Players were Andrew Bohli, Ransom Jacobson, Patrick Williams, Andrew Lovejoy, and Cam Latto.
    • The Varsity B team competed in Huffman and took home 1st place with a great score of 303 the second day.  Team was Brennan Deslatte, Mason, Kohler, Theo Marules, and Eric Breeding.   Way to go Eagle Golf !!!!

    Friday, October 14th

    ¡Buenos días Atascocita High School! Today we recognize Juan Gabriel, El Divo de Juárez.  Juan Gabriel was one of Mexico's most successful songwriters and vocalists whose career spanned more than four decades, releasing more than two and a half dozen albums. A six-time Grammy nominee, Juan Gabriel sold over 100 million copies of his albums, and performed sold-out concerts throughout the world until his recent death at the age of 66.

    This week concludes Hispanic Heritage Month. Gracias Atascocita High School for recognizing the beauty of the Hispanic culture. ¡Adios!

    The Spanish National Honor Society is recognizing our rich diversity. Stop by our table today at all lunches to honor your heritage!

    Pink-out fundraiser update… The current tally shows Summercreek in the lead by over $1000, but the fight is not over yet.  You can still help change it around.  We will be collecting donations during all lunches today and tomorrow.  Let’s BEAT THE CREEK and support the American Cancer Society. If we win, we get to watch Mr. Daniels pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game tomorrow night! You have the power to make it happen!  ALL IN EAGLES!!!

    Zombie fans everywhere, are you ready for Night of the Living Dead? AHS Theatre Arts is performing this scary movie classic the weekend before Halloween, come join us for some horrific fun! Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are $5 for AHS students and $7 for all others; all tickets are $10 at the door so purchase early! You can get your $5 tickets at all lunches; tickets also available online at www.theatreAHS.com. Come out and join us for what is sure to be a thrilling experience!

    Attention Latin Club members.  You have a Latin Club meeting today after school in room T-6.

    Are you creative or have a passion for design?  Come to the library to Make It Monday!  Join us October  17th during all lunches to make and create.

    Come see the GOATS, games on a table, in the in the library today. Stop by the library for some lunch time fun!

    AHS Bass Team! Please remember to turn in your dues to Ms. Hutchinson by the end of the day today. Also, if you have paid your dues and turned in your paperwork, please come get your t-shirt from Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006.

    Best wishes to our AHS Band at their Marching Band contest tomorrow.

    In sports…

    Volleyball plays away at Summercreek today. Come out and support your Lady Eagles as they fight for 3rd place.

    Tickets for the AHS vs SCHS Varsity football game will be sold during all lunches. We are the visiting team.

    • Students 3
    • Adults 5
    • All tickets 7 at the gate

    This just in….Students will have an opportunity to purchase a $3 Pijama pass for next Wednesday, PSAT testing day, on Oct. 19th.  Yes, it is true! Pijama passes for $3. Passes will be sold during all lunches today and tomorrow, as well as before school tomorrow in the Rotunda.  Remember, all PJ’s must be within dress code!


    Thursday, October 13th

    Buenos dias Atascocita High School! Today we recognize Juan Luis Guerra Juan Luis Guerra is a Dominican singer, songwriter, composer, and producer who is one the most internationally recognized Latin artists of recent decades. His popular style of merengue and Afro-Latin fusion has garnered him considerable success throughout Latin America. He is also credited for popularizing Bachata music on a global level.

    Pink-out fundraiser update… The current tally shows Summercreek in the lead by over $1000, but the fight is not over yet.  You can still help change it around.  We will be collecting donations during all lunches today and tomorrow.  Let’s BEAT THE CREEK and support the American Cancer Society. If we win, we get to watch Mr. Daniels pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game tomorrow night! You have the power to make it happen!  ALL IN EAGLES!!!

    Also, tomorrow is our Pink-Out Pep-Rally. Wear your pink AHS shirt in honor of those who have lost the battle, are currently battling or have survived Breast Cancer. 

    Zombie fans everywhere, are you ready for Night of the Living Dead? AHS Theatre Arts is performing this scary movie classic the weekend before Halloween, come join us for some horrific fun! Shows are October 27th and 28th at 7:30pm; and October 29th at 2pm and 7:30pm. Tickets are $5 for AHS students and $7 for all others; all tickets are $10 at the door so purchase early! You can get your $5 tickets at all lunches; tickets also available online at www.theatreAHS.com. Come out and join us for what is sure to be a thrilling experience!

    Attention Latin Club members.  Latin Club will meet after school in room T6 today and tomorrow, October 13 and 14.  Snacks will be provided. 

    What’s for dinner? PTSA is hosting a spirit night at Pappa Murphy’s today from 3pm to 8pm. All proceeds will benefit our PTSA programs.

    Are you creative or have a passion for design?  Come to the library to Make It Monday!  Join us October 17th during all lunches to make and create.

    Come see the GOATS, games on a table, in the in the library on Friday!  We will have board games and a Playstation 2 set up during all lunches this Friday.  Stop by the library for some lunch time fun!

    If you are interested in going to China, make sure to attend and bring your parents to the information meeting hosted by Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006, in Gold House at 6:30pm tonight.

    AHS Bass Team! Please remember your dues are to be turned into Ms. Hutchinson by Friday, Oct. 14. Also, if you have paid your dues and turned in your paperwork, please come get your t-shirt from Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006.

    In sports…

    Congrats AGAIN to All of the AHS Volleyball teams who took care of business Tuesday night on the road at Goose Creek Memorial! Freshman won in 2 games and JV won in 3 games! Varsity won their match defeating the 2nd Place Goose Creek Memorial team in 4 games.  

    Volleyball plays away at Summercreek tomorrow. Come out and support your Lady Eagles as they fight for 3rd place.

    Tickets for the AHS vs SCHS Varsity football game will be sold during all lunches. We are the visiting team.

    • Students 3
    • Adults 5
    • All tickets 7 at the gate

    This just in….Students will have an opportunity to purchase a $3 Pajama pass for next Wednesday, PSAT testing day, on Oct. 19th.  Yes, it is true! Pajama passes for $3. Passes will be sold during all lunches today and tomorrow, as well as before school tomorrow in the Rotunda.  Remember, all PJ’s must be within dress code


     

    Wednesday, October 12, 2016

    ¡Buenos días Atascocita High School! ¡Feliz Día de la Raza! Happy Day of the Race! Today we recognize Frida Kahlo.  Frida Kahlo was a Mexican self-portrait artist who was married to Diego Rivera, another Mexican painter and muralist. She is considered one of Mexico's greatest artists and is still admired as a feminist icon.

    The Spanish National Honor Society is recognizing our rich diversity. Stop by our table at all lunches to honor your heritage!

    Student Council will have a general meeting today at 3pm in the Red LGI. If you are interested in becoming a member, it’s not too late to join.  See you there!

    It’s Pink Out week Eagles! Make sure to purchase your Pink Out Shirt and Flags from Ms. Zibi or stop by and see Ms. Hansen to make a donation.   Thanks for being ALL IN in the fight against Breast Cancer.  Let’s BEAT THE CREEK and have Mr. Daniels pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game on October 14th. You have the power to make it happen!

    This Friday is our Pink-Out Pep-Rally. Wear your pink AHS shirt in honor of those who have lost the battle, are currently battling or have survived Breast Cancer. 

    Attention Latin Club members.  Latin Club will meet after school this week on Wed, Thurs, and Friday, October 12 , 13 and 14.  At this week's meetings we will discuss Spook Fest, the Renaissance Festival and practice for Certamen Competitions.  Snacks will be provided.  See you in Room T-6 after school this week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday!

    What’s for dinner? PTSA is hosting a spirit night at Pappa Murphy’s this Thursday, Oct. 13 from 3pm to 8pm. All proceeds will benefit our PTSA programs.

    Are you creative or have a passion for design?  Come to the library to Make It Monday!  Join us October

     17th during all lunches to make and create.

    Come see the GOATS, games on a table, in the in the library on Friday!  We will have board games and a Playstation 2 set up during all lunches this Friday.  Stop by the library for some lunch time fun!

    Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors  join Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006, in Gold House, on Thursday Oct. 13, 2016 at 6:30pm, as she shares with you about the opportunity to travel to China!! Please bring your parents, as this is an information meeting. If you have any questions please stop by her room 2006."

    Attention AHS Bass Team, make sure you have all of your paperwork and boaters safety course turned into Ms. Hutchinson by next Friday, October 14."

    In sports…

    Volleyball plays away at Summercreek this week. Come out and support your Lady Eagles.

    Tickets for the AHS vs SCHS Varsity football game will be sold during all lunches. We are the visiting team.

    • Students 3
    • Adults 5
    • All tickets 7 at the gate

    Sub-Varsity Football teams will also face Summercreek this Thursday, Oct. 13.  Come out and show your support.  Game times are at 4:30pm and 6pm.

    JV plays at AHS

    Freshman play at Summercreek


     

    Tuesday, October 11, 2016

    ¡Buenos días Atascocita High School! Today we recognize Gloria Estefan. Gloria Estefan is a Cuban-born American singer, whose music has led to her seven Grammy Awards, over 100 million records sold, and the title as the most successful crossover performer in Latin music to date.

    We are very proud of The AHS animation team whose film was one of 1900 films selected as a finalist in NYC at the All American High School Film Festival.

    The Atascocita Orchestra had 59 students selected to the All Region Orchestra in Region 33! Congratulations to all of you!

    Student Council will have a general meeting tomorrow, Oct. 12 at 3pm in the Red LGI. If you are interested in becoming a member, it’s not too late to join.  See you there!

    Atascocita and Summercreek High Schools have joined forces to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Let’s help Mr. Daniels pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game on October 14th.  We encourage everyone to purchase a T-shirt or make donation. Please contact Sara Hansen and Monique Zibi for more information on how you can support this great cause.  Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    Tickets for the AHS/SCHS Varsity football game will be sold during all lunches starting Wednesday. We are the visiting team.

    • Students 3
    • Adults 5
    • All tickets 7 at the gate

    Attention Latin Club members.  Latin Club will meet after school this week on Wed, Thurs, and Friday, October 12 , 13 and 14.  At this week's meetings we will discuss Spook Fest, the Renaissance Festival and practice for Certamen Competitions.  Snacks will be provided.  See you in Room T-6 after school this week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday!

    Are you creative or have a passion for design?  Come to the library to Make It Monday!  Join us October  17th during all lunches to make and create.Come see the GOATS, games on a table, in the in the library on Friday!  We will have board games and a Playstation 2 set up during all lunches this Friday.  Stop by the library for some lunch time fun!

    "Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors! Have you ever thought about traveling abroad? Does the idea of traveling to a new and exciting land sound fun? If so please join Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006, in Gold House, on Thursday Oct. 13, 2016 at 6:30pm, as she shares with you about the opportunity to travel to China!! Please bring your parents, as this is an information meeting. If you have any questions please stop by her room 2006."

    Attention AHS Bass Team, make sure you have all of your paperwork and boaters safety course turned into Ms. Hutchinson by next Friday, October 14."

    In sports…

    Congrats to the AHS Volleyball Team who SWEPT NORTH SHORE Friday!

    Freshman won 25-16 and 25-17

    JV won 25-23 and 25-21

    Varsity won 25-11, 25-19 and 25-11. Kill Leaders were Hannah Luce with 12 and Taylor Smith with 7 and Kiersten Sniscak with 6 kills. Anna Courcy had 18 digs. Janay Wooten had 20 assists and Alexia Thomas had 10 assists. Shannon Faulkner had 2 Blocks. Anna Courcy had 3 Aces, Julia Bresciani, Taylor Smith, annd Hannah Luce had 2 aces each.

    The Lady Eagles take on Goose Creek Memorial tonight away and Summer Creek on Friday away.

    Also, Congratulations to our JV Blue football team for their win 32-14 over the North Shore Mustangs this past Thursday. Way to go Eagles!

    And… Congratulations to our AHS Varsity Swim team for winning 3rd place at Saturday’s Early Bird Swim Meet.


     

    Friday, October 7th

    ¡Buenos Días Atascocita High School! Today we recognize Rita Moreno. Rita Moreno is a Puerto Rican singer, dancer, and actress who is the only Hispanic (and one of the few performers) who has ever won an Oscar, a Tony, a Grammy, and an Emmy. Our Spanish National Honor Society chapter is named in honor of Rita Moreno. 

    You can check out this year’s first edition of The AHS Talon Newspaper online by clicking on the banner on the AHS website or by logging on to www.ahstalon.com

    Let’s help Mr. Daniels pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game on October 14th.  We encourage everyone to purchase a T-shirt or make donation. Contact Sara Hansen or Monique Zibi to participate. Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on Oct. 29th.   Hosted by AHS Marine Corps JROTC & Class of 2018. For more information visit the AHS website.

    "Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors! Have you ever thought about traveling abroad? Does the idea of traveling to a new and exiting land sound fun? If so please join Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006, in Gold House, on Thursday Oct. 13, 2016 at 6:30pm, as she shares with you about the opportunity to travel to China!! Please bring your parents, as this is an information meeting. If you have any questions please stop by her room 2006."

    Attention AHS Bass Team, make sure you have all of your paperwork and boaters safety course turned into Ms. Hutchinson by next Friday, October 14."

    In sports…

    Come out and support your Eagles Varsity Football team as they face the North Shore Mustangs tonight at Turner Stadium. Game time is 7pm.  Go Eagles!

    Game Tickets will be sold during all lunches today.

    • Students are $3
    • Adults are $5
    • Tickets are $7 at the door.

    Volleyball plays at home tonight! Come out and support your Lady Eagles as they face North Shore High School.

    • Freshman play at 4:30
    • JV plays at 5:30
    • Varsity plays at 6:30

    If you haven’t attended an AHS Swim Meet, now is your chance! AHS will be hosting an Early Bird Invitational this Saturday starting at 7am.  Come out and support our AHS Swimmers!

    The Cross Country Team will have a meet at College Park this Saturday. Good luck Eagles!


     

    Thursday, October 6th

    ¡Buenos Días Atascocita High School! Today we recognize Ricky Martin. Ricky Martin is a Puerto Rican musician, actor, and author whose music is considered to be the catalyst in bringing Latin Pop to the U.S. front. In 2010, Ricky Martin announced that he is gay and is a supporter of same-sex marriage. 

    Attention all Latin Students.  Latin Club will meet after school today, from 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM in Room T-6.  Delicious snacks will be provided.  We will discuss our upcoming Saturday Social at Savvas Greek Restaurant and Roller Skating at Humble Family Skate Center.  We will also begin working on Latin competition practice.  See you Wednesday and Thursday after school!

    The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff has launched their first articles for your viewing pleasure!!! Please support your classmates and their efforts by logging on to www.ahstalon.com

    "Are you interested in becoming a member of the Black Student Union at AHS? The second meeting will be held in the Red LGI today at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Come meet your BSU officers and learn more about the mission and goals of Black Student Union. Hope to see you there!"

    Attention Juniors & Seniors: Have you order your Class Ring Yet?! The Balfour Company will Be BACK at School on Friday, during all Lunches.

    Atascocita and Summercreek High Schools have joined forces to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Let’s help Mr. Daniels pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game on October 14th.  We encourage everyone to purchase a T-shirt or make donation. Please contact Sara Hansen and Monique Zibi for more information on how you can support this great cause.  Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on Oct. 29th.   Hosted by AHS Marine Corps JROTC & Class of 2018. For more information visit the AHS website.

    In sports…

    Come out and support your Eagles Varsity Football team as they face the North Shore Mustangs this Friday at Turner Stadium. Game time is 7pm.  Go Eagles!

    Game Tickets will be sold during all lunches today and tomorrow.

      • Students are $3
      • Adults are $5
      • Tickets are $7 at the door.

     

    Wednesday, October 5th

    ¡Buenos Días Atascocita High School!  Today we recognize Pope Francis. Pope Francis was born in Argentina and is the first Roman Catholic pope to be from Latin America. Pope Francis is known for his humility toward his title and his considered one of the more liberal popes. 

    Attention all Latin Students.  Latin Club will meet after school today, October 5 and Thursday October 6 from 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM in Room T-6.  Delicious snacks will be provided.  We will discuss our upcoming Saturday Social at Savvas Greek Restaurant and Roller Skating at Humble Family Skate Center.  We will also begin working on Latin competition practice.  See you Wednesday and Thursday after school!

    The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff has launched their first articles for your viewing pleasure!!! Please support your classmates and their efforts by logging on to www.ahstalon.com

    "Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors! Have you ever thought about traveling abroad? Does the idea of traveling to a new and exciting land sound fun? If so please join Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006, in Gold House, this evening at 6:30pm, as she shares with you about the opportunity to travel to China!! Please bring your parents as this is an information meeting. If you have any questions please stop by her room."

    "Are you interested in becoming a member of the Black Student Union at AHS? The second meeting will be held in the Red LGI on Thursday, October 6th at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Come meet your BSU officers and learn more about the mission and goals of Black Student Union. Hope to see you there!"

    Attention Juniors & Seniors: Have you order your Class Ring Yet?! The Balfour Company will Be BACK at School on Friday, during all Lunches.

    Atascocita and Summercreek High Schools have joined forces to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Let’s help Mr. Daniels pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game on October 14th.  We encourage everyone to purchase a T-shirt or make donation. Please contact Sara Hansen and Monique Zibi for more information on how you can support this great cause.  Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on Oct. 29th.   Hosted by AHS Marine Corps JROTC & Class of 2018. For more information visit the AHS website.

    In sports…

    The Lady Eagle Volleyball Team Swept the CE KING Panthers last night!

    • Freshman won 25-15 and 25-7
    • JV won 25-15 and 25- 18
    • Varsity won 25-12, 25-15, 25-13.

     Taylor Smith had 10 Kills. Hannah Luce had 8 Kills and 1 Block.. Shannon Faulkner had 4 Kills and 1 Block. Alexia Thomas had 15 assists. Janay Wooten had 12 assists. Kiersten Sniscak and Anna Courcy had 10 digs each. Janay Wooten had 3 aces.

    Come support the Lady Eagles this Friday as we take on the North Shore Mustangs at Home!

    Come out and support your Eagles Varsity Football team as they face the North Shore Mustangs this Friday at Turner Stadium. Game time is 7pm.  Go Eagles!!

    • Game Tickets will be sold during all lunches today and tomorrow.
    • Students are $3
    • Adults are $5

    We will have a Pep Rally this Friday. Don’t forget to show your school spirit!


    Tuesday, October 4th

    ¡Buenos Días Atascocita High School! Today we recognize Severo Ochoa.  Severo Ochoa was a Spanish Doctor of Medicine and a Biochemist who in 1959 was a co-recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Arthur Kornberg.

    Tonight is a Patriette Spirit Night at U-Swirl from 6-9! Come have dessert with us!

    Dig Pink Night  Tonight is Breast Cancer Awareness Night for volleyball. Pink Volleyball shirts are on sale for $10. Wear pink and come out to support your Eagles

    Attention Eagles!!!!!!! The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff has launched their first articles for your viewing pleasure!!! Please support your classmates and their efforts by logging on to www.ahstalon.com

    "Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors! Have you ever thought about traveling abroad? Does the idea of traveling to a new and exciting land sound fun? If so please join Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006, in Gold House, on Wednesday Oct. 5, 2016 at 6:30pm, as she shares with you about the opportunity to travel to China!! Please bring your parents as this is an information meeting. If you have any questions please stop by her room."

    "Are you interested in becoming a member of the Black Student Union at AHS? The second meeting will be held in the Red LGI on Thursday, October 6th at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Come meet your BSU officers and learn more about the mission and goals of Black Student Union. Hope to see you there!"

    Attention Juniors & Seniors: Have you order your Class Ring Yet?! The Balfour Company will Be BACK at School on Friday, during all Lunches.

    Atascocita and Summercreek High Schools have joined forces to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Let’s help Mr. Daniels pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game on October 14th.  Please contact Sara Hansen and Monique Zibi for any information about the Pink Out campaign. Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    All students should check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on Oct. 29th.   Hosted by AHS Marine Corps JROTC & Class of 2018. For more information visit the AHS website.


    Monday, October 3, 2016

    ¡Buenos Días Atascocita High School!  Today we recognize Dolores Huerta.  Dolores Huerta is a labor leader and civil rights activist who along with Cesar Chavez built the United Farm Workers Association. She has received numerous awards due to her service towards worker, women, and immigrants' rights. 

    Patriette Spirit Night this Tuesday, 10/4 at U-Swirl from 6-9! Come have dessert with us

    Attention Eagles!!!!!!!  The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff has launched their first articles for your viewing pleasure!!! Please support your classmates and their efforts by logging on to www.ahstalon.com

    Attention Seniors!!!!!!!! Senior Pictures Re-Takes will be on Tuesday, October 4 in Blue LGI. Scott Tate Photography will be there the entire duration of the school day, so please plan accordingly.

    Dig Pink Night Tuesday, October 4th is Breast Cancer Awareness Night for volleyball. Pink Volleyball shirts are on sale for $10. Wear pink and come out to support your Eagles

    Atascocita and Summercreek High Schools have joined forces to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The Pink Out game between AHS and Summercreek will be on October 14th. Both schools will be selling the Pink Out shirt AND if AHS raises the most money by noon on October 14th, Mr. Daniels will get to pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game!! Please contact Sara Hansen and Monique Zibi for any information about the Pink Out campaign. Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    All students should check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on Oct. 29th.   Hosted by AHS Marine Corps JROTC & Class of 2018. For more information visit the AHS website.

    Congratulations to our Varsity Football Team and our Lady Eagles Volleyball Team for their win against Channelview High School this past Friday. Way to go Eagles!

    (Mrs. Arreoola announcement) Attention Class of 2020! Here are your class officer candidates:

    For President...

    • Linzee Hernandez
    • Joseph Herrera
    • Zoe Bantolina

    For Vice President...

    • Kyleigh McGuire
    • Christian Newton

    For Secretary...

    • Le'Melody Williams

    For Treasurer...

    • John Martinez 

    For Historian...

    • Danny Arreola

    Voting will take place in your Science classes. Best wishes to all the candidates!

  • Announcements


    Friday, September 30, 2016

    Attention Eagles!!!!!!!

    The AHS Talon Newspaper Staff has launched their first articles for your viewing pleasure!!! Please support your classmates and their efforts by logging on to www.ahstalon.com

    Our editors this year are:

    • Emily Bowen- Editor-N-Chief: Covering Local and State
    • Matthew Rinn: Editor for Business and Tech Trends
    • Briana Bryant: Editor for Sports
    • Natalie DeQuir: Editor for Arts and Entertainment

    Attention Eagles Seniors!!!!!!!! Senior Pictures Re-Takes will be on Tuesday, October 4 in Blue LGI. Scott Tate Photography will be there the entire duration of the school day, so please plan accordingly.

    Attention Juniors, please bring your popcorn order forms and money to room 2508 after 1pm today or turn in to Blue 1 Secretary. Thank you Mrs. Zibi.

    Dig Pink Night through AHS Volleyball (see email from Kendria Brown) Tuesday, October 4th is Breast Cancer Awareness Night for volleyball Pink Volleyball shirts are on sale for $10 Wear pink and come out to support your Eagles

    Atascocita and Summercreek High Schools have joined forces to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The Pink Out game between AHS and Summercreek will be on October 14th. Both schools will be selling the Pink Out shirt AND if AHS raises the most money by noon on October 14th, Mr. Daniels will get to pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game!! Please contact Sara Hansen and Monique Zibi for any information about the Pink Out campaign. Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    Come see the GOATS , games on a table, in the in the library today.  We will have board games and a PlayStation 2 set up during all lunches.  Stop by the library for some lunch time fun!

    All students should check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    JROTC Booster Club Garage Sale Will be hosted October 1st 7am to noon. They are accepting donations now.


     

    Thursday, September 29, 2016

    Buenos días Atascocita High School! Today we recognize Cristina Saralegui.  Cristina Saralegui was born in Havana, Cuba, and in 1960 fled from home after Fidel Castro took control of Cuba. She later attended the University of Miami, became editor of the Spanish version of Cosmopolitan, and later created a successful fashion line and became famous for her television talk show Cristina.

    THE MCJROTC Program from THE Atascocita High School was awarded Third Place Overall Champion for the Drill Meet, which took place at Kingwood High School on September 17th.  Additionally, we received trophies for the following events: 1st Place Inspection, 2nd Place Unarmed Regulation Drill, 2nd Place Marksmanship, 3rd Place Female Color Guard, and 3rd Place Academics.

    Congratulations to 52 AHS Choir members who advanced from the Region 33 All-District Choir auditions Saturday, Sept. 24 at Davis High School in Aldine. Over 75 singers represented our AHS Choir Department and we are proud of them all!  The singers' next round of auditions will be held at Atascocita High School on Mon., Oct. 24 and will determine who sings with the TMEA Region 33 All-Region Mixed and Womens Choirs in November. Good luck AHS Choir!

    Congrats to the Varsity Volleyball Team as they defeated Baytown Sterling last night 3-0! They won 27-25, 25-18, 25-21.

    • Attack Leaders- Taylor Smith with 12 and Kiersten Sniscak with 10
    • Dig Leaders- Anna Courcy with 18 and Taylor Smith with 15
    • Janay Wooten led with 22 Assists. Way to Go Eagles!

    Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors! Have you ever thought about traveling abroad? Does the idea of traveling to a new and exciting land sound fun? If so please join Ms. Hutchinson in room 2006, in Gold House, on Wednesday Oct. 5, 2016 at 6:30pm, as she shares with you about the opportunity to travel to China!! Please bring your parents to this information meeting. If you have any questions please stop by her room.

    Atascocita and Summercreek High Schools have joined forces to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The Pink Out game between AHS and Summercreek will be on October 14th. Both schools will be selling the Pink Out shirt AND if AHS raises the most money by noon on October 14th, Mr. Daniels will get to pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game!! Please contact Sara Hansen and Monique Zibi for any information about the Pink Out campaign. Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    Don’t forget to come see the GOATS, games on a table, in the in the library on Friday!  We will have board games and a Playstation 2 set up during all lunches this Friday.  Stop by the library for some lunch time fun!

    All students should check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    Class of 2017 Senior Parent Night is tonight from 6-8 pm in the PAC.

    JROTC Booster Club Garage Sale Will be hosted October 1st 7am to noon. They are accepting donations now.


    Wednesday, September 28, 2016

    ¡Buenos días Atascocita High School! Today we recognize Jorge Ramos. Jorge Ramos is a Mexican journalist and anchor for Noticiero Univison. His work has earned him eight Emmy awards and has appeared in numerous television programs such as The Colbert Report and CNN Newsroom. He moderated the 2008 Democratic debate between President Obama and Hillary Clinton.

    Come see the GOATS, games on a table, in the in the library on Friday!  We will have board games and a Playstation 2 set up during all lunches this Friday.  Stop by the library for some lunch time fun!

    "Attention all Bass Fishermen/women.  If you are interested in joining the AHS Bass Fishing Team there is a parent meeting tonight 9/28 at 6:30pm in Ms. Hutchinson's classroom, 2006, in Gold House. Please park in the back and the door will be open. If you have any question please stop by her room."

    Student Council meets today at 3PM in the Red LGI.  We are still accepting new members. Our dues are $20.  Members don’t forget to bring your completed point sheets to the meeting.

    Attention Class of 2020! If you are running for a class officer position, your posters and packet information are due by 3PM on Wednesday, September 28 in room 1108 in Red House.  See Mrs. Delgado for more information.

    Attention all students, please check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    Please join us for The Class of 2017 Senior Parent Night on September 29, 2016 from 6-8 pm in the PAC. Topics of discussion will be credits, scholarships, college etc. This is a wonderful time as we prepare for our students future!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: The last day to enroll in the AHS Senior field trip is September 29th.  Please see Mr. Campbell in room T-16 if you have any questions.

    Hey Eagles!  Christian Student Union is beginning to meet today at 3 p.m. in Ms. WIlliams' room - Gold house room 1909.  Come join us for fellowship, snacks, music, and prayer.  We hope to see you there!

    Atascocita and Summercreek High Schools have joined forces to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The Pink Out game between AHS and Summercreek  will be on October 14th. Both schools will be selling the Pink Out shirt AND if AHS raises the most money by noon on October 14th, Mr. Daniels will get to pie Summercreek’s principal in the face at the varsity football game!! Please email Sara Hansen is you have any questions or to make your donations.  Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    JROTC Booster Club Garage Sale Will be hosted October 1st 7am to noon. They are accepting donations now. If you need information you can email mcjrotcbooster@yahoo.com

    3rd Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29th Hosted by AHS Marine Corps JROTC & Class of 2018.  Awards will be given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the ROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.


    Tuesday, September 27, 2016

    ¡Buenos días Atascocita High School! Today we recognize Salma Hayek.

    Salma Hayek is a Mexican actress who rose to prominence due to her role in Desperado. She is an Academy and Emmy award winning actress, and has worked for the humanitarian organization UNICEF.

    Choir has a spirit night tonight at Fish Tales and 50% comes back to us!  This will help boost our scholarship fund so come out and enjoy some yummy food!  The flyer is attached, all you have to do is present it when you pay! It works for to-go orders as well! Thank you again for all of you support!

    Students, we'd like to give a big shout out to the AHS Integrated Athletics Team for the Basketball Scrimmage held at Kingwood High School today! Wish them luck!!!!!!!!

    Come see the GOATS, games on a table, in the in the library on Friday!  We will have board games and a Playstation 2 set up during all lunches this Friday.  Stop by the library for some lunch time fun!

    Attention all Bass Fishermen/women. If you are interested in joining the AHS Bass Fishing Team there is a parent meeting THIS Wednesday 9/28 at 6:30pm in Ms. Hutchinson's classroom, 2006, in Gold House. Please park in the back and the door will be open. If you have any question please stop by her room."

    Student Council will have a meeting on Wednesday, September 28 at 3PM in the Red LGI.  We are still accepting new members. Our dues are $20.  Members don’t forget to bring your completed point sheets to the meeting.

    Attention Class of 2020! If you are running for a class officer position, your posters and packet information are due by 3PM on Wednesday, September 28 in room 1108 in Red House.  See Mrs. Delgado for more information.

    Attention all students, please check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    Please join us for The Class of 2017 Senior Parent Night on September 29, 2016 from 6-8 pm in the PAC. Topics of discussion will be credits, scholarships, college etc. This is a wonderful time as we prepare for our students future!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: The last day to enroll in the AHS Senior field trip is September 29th.  Please see Mr. Campbell in room T-16 if you have any questions.

    Hey Eagles!  Christian Student Union is beginning to meet every Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Ms. WIlliams' room - Gold house room 1909.  Come join us for fellowship, snacks, music, and prayer.  Also a reminder that See you at the Pole is this Wednesday, September 28th.  Meet us around the flagpole at 7 a.m. to lift up our school in prayer.  We hope to see you there!

    AHS will join up with SCHS to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The Pink Out game between AHS and SCHS will be on October 14th. Both schools will be selling the Pink Out shirt AND whichever school raises the most money by noon of October 14th, The winning school’s principal will get to pie the losing school’s principal in the face at the varsity football game!! Please email Sara Hansen is you have any questions or to make your donations.  Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    JROTC Booster Club Garage Sale Will be hosted October 1st 7am to noon. They are accepting donations now. If you need information you can email mcjrotcbooster@yahoo.com

    3rd Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29th Hosted by AHS Marine Corps JROTC & Class of 2018.  Awards will be given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the ROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.


    Monday, September 26, 2016

    Congratulations to our Eagle Varsity Football Team for defeating the Mustangs as expected!

    If you didn’t make it to the Homecoming game, our Homecoming King is Jimmy Flygare and our Homecoming Queen is Ximena Castillo Uranga. Congratulations to you both!

    Student Council would like to thank everyone who participated during Homecoming Week! StuCo Committee members, All Sports Boosters, AHS Basketball, PTSA, AHS Clubs and Organizations members and Sponsors, Teachers, Staff and Administrators, we couldn’t have done it without you.

    Video Game Club meets every Monday in room 1115 from 2:50 to 4pm. We are a competitive group of gamers ecstatic for new recruits! Check the AHS website for a link to more information about the club.

    JROTC is having a Spirit Night at Panera Bread tonight.  JROTC will have printed flyers available for those who would like to attend.

    Student Council will have a meeting on Wednesday, September 28 at 3PM in the Red LGI.  We are still accepting new members. Our dues are $20.  Members don’t forget to bring your completed point sheets to the meeting.

    Attention Class of 2020! If you are running for a class officer position, your posters and packet information are due by 3PM on Wednesday, September 28 in room 1108 in Red House.  See Mrs. Delgado for more information.

    Underclassmen School Pictures this year will be taken on September 26, 2016 to September 30, 2016 during your English Periods in the Blue LGI. Please check with your English Teacher about your class’s day and time so you can be prepared!!!!!!!

    Attention all students, please check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    Please join us for The Class of 2017 Senior Parent Night on September 29, 2016 from 6-8 pm in the PAC. Topics of discussion will be credits, scholarships, college etc. This is a wonderful time as we prepare for our students future!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors: The last day to enroll in the AHS Senior field trip is September 29th.  Please see Mr. Campbell in room T-16 if you have any questions.

    Hey Eagles!  Christian Student Union is beginning to meet every Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Ms. WIlliams' room - Gold house room 1909.  Come join us for fellowship, snacks, music, and prayer.  Also a reminder that See you at the Pole is this Wednesday, September 28th.  Meet us around the flagpole at 7 a.m. to lift up our school in prayer.  We hope to see you there!

    AHS will join up with SCHS to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The Pink Out game between AHS and SCHS will be on October 14th. Both schools will be selling the Pink Out shirt AND whichever school raises the most money by noon of October 14th, The winning school’s principal will get to pie the losing school’s principal in the face at the varsity football game!! Please email Sara Hansen is you have any questions or to make your donations.  Let’s BEAT THE CREEK!!!

    JROTC Booster Club Garage Sale Will be hosted October 1st 7am to noon. They are accepting donations now. If you need information you can email mcjrotcbooster@yahoo.com

    3rd Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29th Hosted by AHS Marine Corps JROTC & Class of 2018.  Awards will be given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the ROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.


    Friday, September 23, 2016

    Student Council wants to thank all of our clubs and organizations, Mr. T, Mr. Truck and Mr. Campbell for helping us make our Tailgate event a success last night.

    Congratulations to our Eagle Freshman and JV Teams for Defeating Kingwood last night!

    Our kiss the pig contest was a great success! Thanks to you and our contestants, we were able to collect over $300 to benefit the American Cancer Society. Thank you to Master Gunnery Sargeant Flemming and Dr. Stokes for kissing Ms. Penelope the Pig at Tailgate.

    Today is Friday - Fanatic Friday. In addition to our Pep Rally, we will have our annual “Party on the Patio” during all lunches.  Come out and enjoy some food and music.  Our Basketball Boosters will be providing $5 lunches that include a BBQ sandwich, chips and a drink, or sausage on a stick with chips and a drink.

    Varsity football game tickets will be on sale today and tomorrow all lunches

    We will play Kingwood at Turner Stadium on Friday at 7:00 and the Homecoming Court presentation will be during halftime. Come out and support your eagles and find out who you Homecoming King and Queen will be.

    Ticket prices

    • students 3.00
    • adults 5.00
    • all tickets are 7.00 at the gate
    • Go Eagles!

    Tomorrow Sept. 24th is the Homecoming Dance from 8-11 in the AHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $20. You can purchase your ticket online or pay cash at the door. Students please bring your student ID to check-in at the door.

    School Pictures this year will be taken on September 26, 2016 to September 30, 2016 during your English Periods. Please check with your English Teacher about your class’s day and time so you can be prepared!!!!!!!

    Attention all students, please check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    All Juniors - This is your last day to register for the PSAT. It only costs $15, but scoring well on the PSAT during your junior year can earn you scholarship money! Follow the link on the AHS website to register for the PSAT by Friday

    Please join us for The Class of 2017 Senior Parent Night on September 29, 2016 from 6-8 pm in the PAC. Topics of discussion will be credits, scholarships, college etc... This is a wonderful time as we prepare for our students future!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:

    The last day to enroll in the AHS Senior field trip is September 29th.  Please see Mr. Campbell in room T-16 if you have any questions.

    JROTC is having a Spirit Night at Panera Bread on Monday, September 26th.  JROTC will have printed flyers available for those who would like to attend.

    Hey Eagles!  Christian Student Union is beginning to meet every Wednesday at 3 p.m. in Ms. WIlliams' room - Gold house room 1909.  Come join us for fellowship, snacks, music, and prayer.  Also a reminder that See you at the Pole is this Wednesday, September 28th.  Meet us around the flagpole at 7 a.m. to lift up our school in prayer.  We hope to see you there!


    Wednesday, September 21, 2016

    Today is Throwback Thursday!  We invite all who dress-up to stop by the StuCo table during all luches and pick up a ticket to participate in our daily drawing.

    Student Council will continue to sell Game day shirts and Beat Kingwood Bracelets.  Stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each and Bracelets are $1.  We also have guest forms for those of you want to bring a guest who doesn’t attend our school.

    Our kiss the pig contest is progressing nicely! The top 5 are: Master Gunnery Sergeant Flemming in the lead.  Dr. Stokes at a close second. Mr. Truck in third, Mr. Schomber in 4th and Mr. Peden in 5th.  If you are not happy with our current results, only you can make a difference.  Stop by the StuCo table and make a donation in your favorite’s bucket. Remember that the staff member, who raises the most amount of money through today, will have the honor of kissing Penelope the Pig at Tailgate. Bring your cash Eagles! All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society.  We will have buckets set-up during all lunches and at Tailgate.

    Here are the dress-up days for the week and events:

    Today! Be a part of our 2nd annual Tailgate from 5pm to 7:30 pm. Come cheer on the Freshman boys teams as they defeat Kingwood. We will have games, fun and food. Don’t miss out!

    Friday - Fanatic Friday

    Show your school spirit and wear your Beat Kingwood shirts or Red AHS shirt.  It’s a Pep Rally day! We will also have “Party on the Patio” during all lunches.  We will have food, fun, and music for all!

    Varsity football game tickets will be on sale today and tomorrow during all lunches

    We will play Kingwood at Turner Stadium on Friday at 7:00 and the Homecoming Court presentation will be during halftime. Come out and support your eagles and find out who you Homecoming King and Queen will be.

    Ticket prices

    students 3.00

    adults 5.00

    all tickets are 7.00 at the gate

    Go Eagles!

    Saturday Sept. 24th is the Homecoming Dance from 8-11 in the AHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $20. You can purchase your ticket online or pay cash at the door.

    The Black Student Union will have their first meeting in the White LGI on Thursday, September 22nd at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!"

    School Pictures this year will be taken on September 26, 2016 to September 30, 2016 during your English Periods. Please check with your English Teacher about your class’s day and time so you can be prepared!!!!!!!

    Attention all students, please check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    All Juniors - This is your last week to register for the PSAT. It only costs $15, but scoring well on the PSAT during your junior year can earn you scholarship money! Follow the link on the AHS website to register for the PSAT by Friday

    Please join us for The Class of 2017 Senior Parent Night on September 29, 2016 from 6-8 pm in the PAC. Topics of discussion will be credits, scholarships, college etc... This is a wonderful time as we prepare for our students future!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:

    The last day to enroll in the AHS Senior field trip is September 29th.  Please see Mr. Campbell in room T-16 if you have any questions.

     


    Wednesday, September 21, 2016

    Today is Wild Wednesday!  We invite all who dress-up to stop by the StuCo table during all luches and pick up a ticket to participate in our daily drawing.

    Student Council will continue to sell Game day shirts and Beat Kingwood Bracelets.  Stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each and Bracelets are $1.  We also have guest forms for those of you want to bring a guest who doesn’t attend our school.

    The Kiss the Pig contest has begun. 

    Our contestants are:

    • Dr. Stokes Special Ed ALT
    • Master Gunnery Sergeant Flemming
    • Mr. Schomber
    • Ms. Thomas
    • Mr. Peden
    • Ms. Lamb
    • Mr. Falker
    • Ms. Newell
    • Mr. Truck
    • Ms. Davison

    The staff member who raises the most amount of money through Thursday will have the honor of kissing Penelope the Pig at Tailgate. Bring your cash Eagles! All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society.  We will have buckets set-up during all lunches and at Tailgate.

    Here are the dress-up days for the week and events:

    Today! Come out to the Powder Puff Game and watch as the Junior and Senior girls face-off.  The boys cheer squad will give a performance that you won’t want to miss! Game starts at 6pm at the AHS field. You can purchase your $5 ticket during lunch or pay at the gate.

    Thursday - Throwback Thursday

    Be a part of our 2nd annual Tailgate from 5pm to 7:30 pm. Come cheer on the Freshman boys teams as they defeat Kingwood. We will have games, fun and food. Don’t miss out!

    Friday - Fanatic Friday

    Show your school spirit and wear your Beat Kingwood shirts or Red AHS shirt.  It’s a Pep Rally day! We will also have “Party on the Patio” during all lunches.  We will have food, fun, and music for all!

    Varsity football game tickets will be on sale today and tomorrow during all lunches

    We will play Kingwood at Turner Stadium on Friday at 7:00 and the Homecoming Court presentation will be during halftime. Come out and support your eagles and find out who you Homecoming King and Queen will be.

    Ticket prices

    students 3.00

    adults 5.00

    all tickets are 7.00 at the gate

    Go Eagles!

    Saturday Sept. 24th is the Homecoming Dance from 8-11 in the AHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $20. You can purchase your ticket online or pay cash at the door.

    The Black Student Union will have their first meeting in the White LGI on Thursday, September 22nd at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!"

    School Pictures this year will be taken on September 26, 2016 to September 30, 2016 during your English Periods. Please check with your English Teacher about your class’s day and time so you can be prepared!!!!!!!

    Attention all students, please check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    All Juniors - This is your last week to register for the PSAT. It only costs $15, but scoring well on the PSAT during your junior year can earn you scholarship money! Follow the link on the AHS website to register for the PSAT by Friday

    Please join us for The Class of 2017 Senior Parent Night on September 29, 2016 from 6-8 pm in the PAC. Topics of discussion will be credits, scholarships, college etc... This is a wonderful time as we prepare for our students future!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors:

    The last day to enroll in the AHS Senior field trip is September 29th.  Please see Mr. Campbell in room T-16 if you have any questions.

     


    Tuesday, September 20, 2016

    Today is Tacky Tuesday!  We invite all who dress-up to stop by the StuCo table during all luches and pick up a ticket to participate in our daily drawing for prizes.

    We are also kicking off our Kiss the Pig contest.  By popular request, we have added to additional contestants.

    Our contestants are:

     

    • Dr. Stokes Special Ed ALT
    • Master Gunnery Sergeant Flemming
    • Mr. Schomber
    • Ms. Thomas
    • Mr. Peden
    • Ms. Lamb
    • Mr. Falker
    • Ms. Newell
    • Mr. Truck
    • Ms. Davison

     

    The staff member who raises the most amount of money through Thursday will have the honor of kissing Penelope the Pig at Tailgate. Bring your cash Eagles! All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society.  We will have buckets set-up during all lunches and at Tailgate.

    Here are the dress-up days for the week and events:

    Today – Tacky Tuesday

    Come out and support the Lady Eagle Volleyball Team today as they take on Summer Creek! It's a WHITE OUT Night! So wear White to ICE OUT the BULLDOGS! Freshman-4:30 JV- 5:30 Varsity- 6:30

    Wednesday - Wild Wednesday

    Come out the Powder Puff Game and support your Junior and Seniors girls face-off, and watch the boys cheer them on. Game starts at 6pm at the AHS field. You can purchase your $5 ticket during lunch or pay at the gate.

    Thursday - Throwback Thursday

    Be a part of our 2nd annual Tailgate from 5pm to 7:30 pm. Come cheer on the Freshman boys teams as the defeat Kingwood. We will have games, fun and food. Don’t miss out!

    Friday - Fanatic Friday

    Show your school spirit and wear your Beat Kingwood shirts or Red AHS shirt.  It’s a Pep Rally day! We will also have “Party on the Patio” during all lunches.  We will have food, fun, and music for all!

    Student Council will continue to sell Game day shirts and Beat Kingwood Bracelets.  Stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each and Bracelets are $1.  We also have guest forms for those of you want to bring a guest who doesn’t attend our school.

    Saturday Sept. 24th is the Homecoming Dance from 8-11 in the AHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $20. You can purchase your ticket online or pay cash at the door.

    The Black Student Union will have their first meeting in the White LGI on Thursday, September 22nd at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!"

    School Pictures this year will be taken on September 26, 2016 to September 30, 2016 during your English Periods. Please check with your English Teacher about your class’s day and time so you can be prepared!!!!!!!

    Attention all students, please check the AHS website for scholarships or see Blue House 1 Counselor, Ms. Hall.

    All Juniors - This is your last week to register for the PSAT. It only costs $15, but scoring well on the PSAT during your junior year can earn you scholarship money! Follow the link on the AHS website to register for the PSAT by Friday

    Please join us for The Class of 2017 Senior Parent Night on September 29, 2016 from 6-8 pm in the PAC. Topics of discussion will be credits, scholarships, college etc... This is a wonderful time as we prepare for our students future!

     


    Monday, September 19, 2016

    Homecoming Week is finally here!  Today is Marvelous Monday!  Student Council will have a drawing for prizes during all lunches.  We are also kicking off our Kiss The Pig contest. 

    Our contestants are:

    • Mr. Schomber
    • Ms. Thomas
    • Mr. Peden
    • Ms. Lamb
    • Mr. Falker
    • Ms. Newell
    • Mr. Truck
    • Ms. Davison

    The staff member who raises the most amount of money through Thursday will have the honor of kissing Penelope the Pig at Tailgate. Bring your cash Eagles! All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society.  We will have buckets set-up during all lunches.

    Here are the dress-up days for the week and events:

    Today – Marvelous Monday

    Join Student Council for the annual potluck this evening from 5:30 to 7:30 in the AHS cafeteria.

     

    • Freshmen bring entrees
    • Sophomores bring sides
    • Juniors bring desserts
    • Seniors bring drinks

     

    Tuesday - Tacky Tuesday

    Come out and support the Lady Eagle Volleyball Team Tomorrow as we take on Summer Creek! It's our WHITE OUT Night! So wear White as we ICE OUT the BULLDOGS! Freshman-4:30 JV- 5:30 Varsity- 6:30

    Wednesday - Wild Wednesday

    Come out the Powder Puff Game and support your Junior and Seniors girls face-off, and watch the boys cheer them on. Game starts at 6pm at the AHS field. You can purchase your $5 ticket during lunch or pay at the gate.

    Thursday - Throwback Thursday

    Be a part of our 2nd annual Tailgate from 5pm to 7:30 pm. Come cheer on the Freshman boys teams as the defeat Kingwood. We will have games, fun and food. Don’t miss out!

    Friday - Fanatic Friday

    Show your school spirit and wear your Beat Kingwood shirts or Red AHS shirt.  It’s a Pep Rally day! We will also have “Party on the Patio” during all lunches.  We will have food, fun, and music for all!

    Student Council will continue to sell Game day shirts and Beat Kingwood Bracelets.  Stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each and Bracelets are $1.  We also have guest forms for those of you want to bring a guest who doesn’t attend our school.

    Saturday Sept. 24th is the Homecoming Dance from 8-11 in the AHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $20. You can purchase your ticket online or pay cash at the door.

    The Black Student Union will have their first meeting in the White LGI on Thursday, September 22nd at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!"

    "Attention all Gamers! Video Game Club meets every Monday in room 1115 from 2:50 to 4:00! Check the AHS website for a link to more information about the club!".  We hope to see you there!

    Attention class of 2017-2018.  If you missed the senior field trip meeting on Wednesday you can still get the information from Mr. Campbell in room T-16.  The deadline to enroll is September 30. 

    School Pictures this year will be taken on September 26, 2016 to September 30, 2016 during your English Periods. Please check with your English Teacher about your class’s day and time so you can be prepared!!!!!!!


    Friday, September 16, 2016

     

    ¡Viva Mexico Atascocita High School! Today we celebrate Mexican Independence Day! We also recognize Mario Molina.

    Mario Molina is a Mexican Chemist and a co- recipient of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry (the first Mexican to win this prize). He is one of the discoverers of the Antarctic ozone hole.

    Student Council is selling Game day shirts, Powder Puff Tickets, and Beat Kingwood Bracelets. Stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each, Powder Puff Tickets are $5 and Bracelets are $1.  We also have guest forms for those of you want to bring a guest who doesn’t attend our school.

    Hall Decorations will be this Saturday, Sept 17th. Sponsors make sure to RSVP via email to Mrs. Delgado, if you would a spot on Main Street!

    Get Ready Eagles Homecoming week is next week!!! We will have a drawing for prizes for those who participate during all lunches.

    Your Dress up days for next week are: 

    • Marvelous Monday
    • Tacky Tuesday
    • Wild Wednesday
    • Throwback Thursday
    • Fanatic Friday

    We are ALL IN for the Eagles!!!

    Saturday Sept. 24th is the Homecoming Dance from 8-11 in the AHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $20. You can purchase your ticket online or pay cash at the door.

    Our first blood drive for the year is during Homecoming week.  Today is the last day to Sign- up, so stop by our table in the cafeteria during lunches. You must be 16 years of age and 120 pounds to donate. If you donate twice during your senior year, you will earn a cord for graduation. Help save lives and beat Kingwood!! : )

    Don’t forget to come out to Chick-Fil-a on West Lake Houston and 1960 and support the Lacrosse Car Wash Fundraiser this Saturday 9/17 from 10am-2pm. See Ms. Becker in Rm 2304 for more information.

    "Are you interested in becoming a member of the Black Student Union at AHS? The first meeting will be held in the White LGI on Thursday, September 22nd at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Come meet your BSU officers and learn more about the mission and goals of Black Student Union. Hope to see you there!"

    Congrats to the Freshman & JV Volleyball Teams who defeated North Shore last night!

    "Attention all Gamers! Do you like the sweet smell of a positive KDR in the morning? If so, Video Game Club is for you! Come join us every Monday in room 1115 from 2:50 to 4:00! We are a competitive group of gamers ecstatic for new recruits! Check the AHS website for a link to more information about the club!"

    Attention class of 2017-2018.  If you missed the senior field trip meeting on Wednesday you can still get the information from Mr. Campbell in room T-16.  The deadline to enroll is September 30.  Don't get left behind on this exciting field trip with your peers.


    Thursday, September 15, 2016

    ¡Buenos Días Atascocita High School! Today marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month and we celebrate the independence of five Hispanic countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.  On this day we also recognize Cesar Chavez.

    Cesar Chavez was a Mexican-American labor leader and Latino civil rights activist who supported the American Labor Movement. He later co- founded the United Farm Workers Association.

    Student Council is selling Game day shirts, Powder Puff Tickets, and Beat Kingwood Bracelets. Stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each, Powder Puff Tickets are $5 and Bracelets are $1.  We also have guest forms for those of you want to bring a guest who doesn’t attend our school.

    Hall Decorations will be this Saturday, Sept 17th. Sponsors make sure to RSVP via email to Mrs. Delgado, if you would a spot on Main Street!

    Dress up days for next week are:

    • Marvelous Monday
    • Tacky Tuesday
    • Wild Wednesday
    • Throwback Thursday
    • Fanatic Friday

    Saturday Sept. 24th is the Homecoming Dance from 8-11 in the AHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $20. You can purchase your ticket online or pay cash at the door.

    It's time for the first blood drive of the year, and we are competing with Kingwood during Homecoming week to see who can get the most donations!  Sig- ups will take place every day this week in the cafeteria during lunches. You must be 16 years of age and 120 pounds to donate. If you donate twice during your senior year, you will earn a cord for graduation. Help save lives and beat Kingwood!!

    The FIDM Fashion Club is having its first meeting of the year today at 3:10 in Room 1109. Membership is currently open for the club, so come to our meeting and see what the club is all about!

    Don’t forget to come out to Chick-Fil-a on West Lake Houston and 1960 and support the Lacrosse Car Wash Fundraiser this Saturday 9/17 from 10am-2pm. See Ms. Becker in Rm 2304 for more information.

    "Are you interested in becoming a member of the Black Student Union at AHS? The first meeting will be held in the White LGI on Thursday, September 22nd at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Come meet your BSU officers and learn more about the mission and goals of Black Student Union. Hope to see you there!"

    Congrats to the Freshman & JV Volleyball Teams who defeated North Shore last night!

    "Attention all Gamers! Do you like the sweet smell of a positive KDR in the morning? If so, Video Game Club is for you! Come join us every Monday in room 1115 from 2:50 to 4:00! We are a competitive group of gamers ecstatic for new recruits! Check the AHS website for a link to more information about the club!"

    In sports…

    Our Volleyball Freshman team won in 3. The scores were 12-25, 25-27, 25-18.

    JV won in 2. 25-18, 25-22.

    Varsity lost a tough match in 5 games. The scores were 25-27, 25-22, 26-24, 25-17, 15-11.

    Leaders for the Varsity team were Alexia Thomas with 24 Assists, Jana Wooten with 5 and Taylor Lela with 6, Kill Leaders Hannah Luce with 11, Shannon Faulkner with 9, Addison Leoine with 7 and Kiersten Snick with 6. Dig leaders were Anna Courtly with 18, Kiersten Snick with 16, and Julia Braininess with 11.  London Larder had 6 aces.

    We play our first district home match on Friday against Goose Creek Memorial 4:30, 5:30, 6:30. Go Lady Eagles!

     

    Homecoming Court!

    Freshman Duchesses:

    • Avionne Kelley
    • Zoe Wooden
    Sophomore Duchesses:
    • Bryanna Bell
    • Erica Calhoun

    Junior Duchessess:

    • Beyonce Carter
    • Jaylan Cortez
    Senior Court:
    • Princess Kelcie Beach
    • Princess Ximena Castillo Uranga
    • Princess Haley Hutchinson
    • Prince Daveon Boyd
    • Prince Jimmy Flygare
    • Prince Jalon Williams

     

    Congratulations to all who made it on court.  Make sure to come out to the game on Friday, Sept. 23rd where the Senior King and Queen will be crowned during half time.

    Huge thank you to English and Social Studies Teachers for facilitating this process.  


    Wednesday, September 14, 2016

    Attention Juniors & Seniors:The Balfour Company will be here at School to Take Your Class Ring Orders on today, during all Lunches.Extra Ordering Information is in the Junior & Senior Offices. Order your Ring now to take advantage of the 50 OFF Coupon!! See you today to Order your Class Ring from Balfour!!!

    Attention Eagles! Today is the last day to vote for Homecoming Court. Make sure to vote in your English class! If you don’t have an English class, please stop by room 1108 after school to submit your vote.

    Student Council is selling Game day shirts, Powder Puff Tickets, and Beat Kingwood Bracelets. stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each, Powder Puff Tickets are $5 and Bracelets are $1. 

    Spirit Week begins with Hall Decorations on Saturday, Sept 17th. Sponsors make sure to RSVP via email to Mrs. Delgado, if you would a spot on Main Street!

    Dress up days for the 19th through the 23rd are:

     

    • Marvelous Monday
    • Tacky Tuesday
    • Wild Wednesday
    • Throwback Thursday
    • Fanatic Friday

     

    Saturday Sept. 24th is the Homecoming Dance from 8-11 in the AHS Cafeteria. Tickets are $20. You can purchase your ticket online or pay cash at the door.

    It's time for the first blood drive of the year, and we are competing with Kingwood during Homecoming week to see who can get the most donations!  Sig- ups will take place every day this week in the cafeteria during lunches. You must be 16 years of age and 120 pounds to donate. If you donate twice during your senior year, you will earn a cord for graduation. Help save lives and beat Kingwood!! :

    There is a Student Council Meeting today @3pm in the Red LGI, followed by an information session for those interested in running for a Freshman Class Officer Position. Make sure to attend since it will be your last chance to receive an election packet. 

    The First French club meeting is on September 15 in room 2508 Ms. Zibi's room at 8:50 am. Cookies will be provided. Our officers will present the club and give you the first semester calendar. Come and share the FUN with us!

    The FIDM Fashion Club is having its first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:10 in Room 1109. Membership is currently open for the club, so come to our meeting and see what the club is all about!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors. Don't miss out on the next senior field trip to San Francisco. There is a parent information meeting on Today in the Red LGI starting at 6:30.

    Hey Eagles! Come out to Chick-Fil-a on West Lake Houston and 1960 and support the Lacrosse Car Wash Fundraiser this Saturday 9/17 from 10am-2pm. See Ms. Becker in Rm 2304 for more information.

    "Are you interested in becoming a member of the Black Student Union at AHS? The first meeting will be held in the White LGI on Thursday, September 22nd at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Come meet your BSU officers and learn more about the mission and goals of Black Student Union. Hope to see you there!"

    Happy Birthday to Mrs. Johnson, Red 2 House Secretary!

     


    Tuesday, September 13, 2016

    Today is black out day! It is an opportunity to conserve energy. Join us in making a difference! Sincerely, The Student Council Energy & Environment Committee.

    Attention Juniors & Seniors:

    The Balfour Company will be here at School to Take Your Class Ring Orders on today and tomorrow, during all Lunches.

    Extra Ordering Information is in the Junior & Senior Offices.

    Order your Ring now to take advantage of the 50 OFF Coupon!!

    See you Tuesday & Wednesday to Order your Class Ring from Balfour!!!

    Attention Eagles! Your Homecoming Court finalists have been selected! Voting will take place this week through your English classes today, tomorrow and Wednesday! Make sure to vote! If you don’t have an English class, please stop by room 1108 after school to submit your vote.

    This week, Student Council will begin selling Game day shirts, Powder Puff Tickets, and Beat Kingwood Bracelets. So make sure to stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each, Powder Puff Tickets are $5 and Bracelets are $1. 

    Spirit Week begins with Hall Decorations on Saturday, Sept 17th and ends after the Dance on Saturday, September 24th. Sponsors make sure to RSVP if you would a spot on Main Street!

    Dress up days for the 19th through the 23rd are:

    Marvelous Monday

    Tacky Tuesday

    Wild Wednesday

    Throwback Thursday

    Fanatic Friday

    We are all In for the Eagles!!!

    It's time for the first blood drive of the year, and we are competing with Kingwood during Homecoming week to see who can get the most donations!  Sig- ups will take place every day this week in the cafeteria during lunches. You must be 16 years of age and 120 pounds to donate. If you donate twice during your senior year, you will earn a cord for graduation. Help save lives and beat Kingwood!! : )

    There will be another Student Council Meeting September 14th @3pm in the Red LGI, followed by an information session for those interested in running for a Freshman Class Officer Position. Make sure to attend since it will be your last chance to receive an election packet. 

    The First French club meeting is on September 15 in room 2508 Ms. Zibi's room at 8:50 am. Cookies will be provided. Our officers will present the club and give you the first semester calendar. Come and share the FUN with us!

    The FIDM Fashion Club is having its first meeting of the year this Thursday at 3:10 in Room 1109. Membership is currently open for the club, so come to our meeting and see what the club is all about!

    Attention Juniors and Seniors.

    Don't miss out on the next senior field trip to San Francisco. This trip is available to current juniors and seniors

    There is a parent information meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 in the Red LGI starting at 6:30.

    Space is limited so sign up early.

    See Mr. Campbell in T-16 if you have any questions.

    Hey Eagles! Come out to Chick-Fil-a on West Lake Houston and 1960 and support the Lacrosse Car Wash Fundraiser this Saturday 9/17 from 10am-2pm. See Ms. Becker in Rm 2304 for more information.

    "Are you interested in becoming a member of the Black Student Union at AHS? The first meeting will be held in the White LGI on Thursday, September 22nd at 3 PM. Any student is welcome to attend. Come meet your BSU officers and learn more about the mission and goals of Black Student Union. Hope to see you there!"

     


    Monday, September 12, 2016

    Attention Juniors & Seniors:

    • The Balfour Company will be here at School to Take Your Class Ring Orders on Tuesday & Wednesday, during all Lunches.
    • Extra Ordering Information is in the Junior & Senior Offices.
    • Order your Ring now to take advantage of the 50 OFF Coupon!!
    • See you Tuesday & Wednesday to Order your Class Ring from Balfour!!!
    • The Powderpuff Cheerleader boys will have their first meeting in Ms. Thomas's room, 1109, after school at 3 PM today. If you're planning to participate, please make sure to come to the meeting!

    Attention Eagles! Your Homecoming Court finalists have been selected! Voting will take place this week through your English classes today, tomorrow and Wednesday! Make sure to vote!

    This week, Student Council will begin selling Game day shirts, Powder Puff Tickets, and Beat Kingwood Bracelets. So make sure to stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each, Powder Puff Tickets are $5 and Bracelets are $1. 

    Spirit Week begins with Hall Decorations on Saturday, Sept 17th and ends after the Dance on Saturday, September 24th. Sponsors make sure to RSVP if you would a spot on Main Street!

    Dress up days for the 19th through the 23rd are:

    • Marvelous Monday
    • Tacky Tuesday
    • Wild Wednesday
    • Throwback Thursday
    • Fanatic Friday
    • We are all In for the Eagles!!!

    It's time for the first blood drive of the year, and we are competing with Kingwood during Homecoming week to see who can get the most donations!  Sig- ups will take place every day this week in the cafeteria during lunches. You must be 16 years of age and 120 pounds to donate. If you donate twice during your senior year, you will earn a cord for graduation. Help save lives and beat Kingwood!! : )

    The First French club meeting is on September 15 in room 2508  Ms. Zibi's room  at 8:50 am. Cookies will be provided. Our officers will present the club and give you the first semester calendar. Come and share the FUN with us!

    Attention Class of 2020! If you are interested in running for a class officer position, it’s not too late. There will be another Student Council Meeting September 14th @3pm in the Red LGI, followed by an information session for those interested in running. This will be your last chance to receive an election packet. 

    Attention Juniors and Seniors.

    • Don't miss out on the next senior field trip to San Francisco. This trip is available to current juniors and seniors
    • There is a parent information meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 in the Red LGI starting at 6:30.
    • Space is limited so sign up early.
    • See Mr. Campbell in T-16 if you have any questions.

    Eagles! Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual Zombie Fun Run! T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the JROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00!!! Yes, $65.00 until October 28, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com!

    The Lady Eagles Volleyball Team clenched their first DISTRICT SWEEP on Friday night against CE King!

    The Freshman Team won 27-25 and 25-18.

    The JV Team won 27-25 and 25-22.

    The Varsity Team won 25-12, 25-19, 25-10. Kill Leaders for Varsity were Taylor Smith with 8, Kiersten Sniscak with 4, Shannon Faulkner, Hannah Luce and Addison Lemoine with 3 kills each. Alexia led the team with 10 assists and Anna Courcy led the team in digs with 9. London Marder and Taylor Leal both had 3 Aces.

    Please come out and support the Lady Eagles as we take on North Shore at North Shore tomorrow at 4:30, 5:30 and 6:30. We have our first Home District Match on Friday, September 16 against Goose Creek Memorial!

     


    Friday, September 09, 2016

    Attention all students! If you did not have a chance to nominate your favorite for Homecoming through your Social Studies Class, you will have one last chance to do it during 5th period.  You can stop by the STUCO room 1108 in Red House during 5th period only. Nominations will not be accepted after 5th period.  Voting will take please next week through your English classes.

    The Yearbook Staff needs YOU to send us your pictures and a short description along with them of your cool and exciting Summer Activities!!! Please send all pictures and details to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com today.

    Come to the Latin Club meeting in Room T-6 today.  We will discuss our upcoming "Ben Hur and Bowling Social", Competition dates and MORE. Delicious snacks will be provided! 

    Attention Juniors! There will be a Junior class meeting during 5th period. Please wait for Mr. Falker’s announcement before going to the PAC.

    Next week, it’s all about getting ready for Homecoming! Student Council will begin selling Game day shirts, Powder Puff Tickets, and Beat Kingwood Bracelets. So make sure to stop by our table during all lunches. Shirts are $15 each, Powder Puff Tickets are $5 and Bracelets are $1. 

    Spirit Week begins with Hall Decorations on Saturday, Sept 17th and ends after the Dance on Saturday, September 24th.

    Dress up days for the 19th through the 23rd are:

     

      • Marvelous Monday
      • Tacky Tuesday
      • Wild Wednesday
      • Throwback Thursday
      • Fanatic Friday

     

    We are all In for the Eagles!!!

    The First French club meeting is on September 15 in room 2508  Ms. Zibi's room  at 8:50 am. Cookies will be provided. Our officers will present the club and give you the first semester calendar. Come and share the FUN with us!

    Attention Class of 2020! If you are interested in running for a class officer position, it’s not too late. There will be another Student Council Meeting September 14th @3pm in the Red LGI, followed by an information session for those interested in running. This will be your last chance to receive an election packet. 

    Attention Juniors and Seniors.

    Don't miss out on the next senior field trip to San Francisco. This trip is available to current juniors and seniors

    There is a parent information meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 in the Red LGI starting at 6:30.

    Space is limited so sign up early.

    See Mr. Campbell in T-16 if you have any questions.

    Eagles! Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual Zombie Fun Run! T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the JROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00!!! Yes, $65.00 until October 28, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com!

     


    Wednesday, September 7th

    Attention Juniors and Seniors. 

    • Don't miss out on the next senior field trip to San Francisco. This trip is available to current juniors and seniors
    • There is a parent information meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 in the Red LGI starting at 6:30.
    • Space is limited so sign up early.
    • See Mr. Campbell in T-16 if you have any questions.

     

    The Yearbook Staff needs YOU to send us your pictures and a short description along with them of your cool and exciting Summer Activities!!! Please send all pictures and details to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com by Friday, September 9, 2016.

    Come to the Latin Club meeting in Room T-6 today OR Friday, September 9 from 3:00 to 3:30 PM.  We will discuss our upcoming "Ben Hur and Bowling Social", Competition dates and MORE. Delicious snacks will be provided! 

    Come to our first meeting of the year, Wednesday September 7th to Portable building T3

    The ATASCOCITA BODYBUILDING SOCIETY, WE WANNA’ SEE YOU. DON’T STOP!

    Attention Class of 2020! If you are interested in running for a class officer position, make sure to attend the Student Council Meeting today or September 14th @3pm in the Red LGI.  There will be an information session after the general meeting. You must attend one of the two meetings in order to receive an election packet. See you there!

    Attention SNHS members! Our first general meeting will be September 8th at 9am in Mrs. Arreola's room!

    Homecoming events have begun! This week you will nominate your favorite 9th, 10th and 11th girl, and seniors, you will nominate your favorite girl and boy for King and Queen. Nominations will take place through your social studies class. If you don’t have a social studies class, make sure to stop by room 1108 before or after school on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week.

    There will be a Student Council meeting today @3PM in the Red LGI.  Today we will information for Powder Puff participants and work in committees.

    Attention juniors and seniors! The last day to sign up for Powder Puff is today. Make sure to visit the StuCo class after school room 1108 in Red House. The first information meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 7th in the Red LGI. You must attend the meeting in order to participate.

    If you are interested in the trip to Japan, there will be a parent meeting tonight at 6:30 in the AHS library. 

    Eagles! Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual Zombie Fun Run! T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the JROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00!!! Yes, $65.00!!! For an additional $5.00 for Personalization you can get up to 4 free Icons added to your Yearbook!!! DO NOT delay!!! The special price of $65.00 is only until October 28, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com !!!!!!!


    Tuesday, September 06, 2016

    I know what you did last Summer……..Well actually, we don’t….so the Yearbook Staff needs YOU to send us your pictures and a short description along with them of your cool and exciting Summer Activities!!! Please send all pictures and details to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com by Friday, September 9, 2016.

    Key Club will have their meeting this afternoon at 3 pm in Room 1116 in Red House. All are welcome!

    Attention Latin Students and Latin Club Members:

    Come to the Latin Club meeting in Room T-6 on Wednesday, September 7 OR Friday, September 9 from 3:00 to 3:30 PM.  We will discuss our upcoming "Ben Hur and Bowling Social", Competition dates and MORE.

    Delicious snacks will be provided! 

    Are you interested in health and fitness?

    Do you want to learn how to lose a few extra pounds? Is building lean muscle mass something you want? Then come to the ATASCOCITA BODY BUILDING SOCIETY. This club has neither fees nor costs. It is intended to help guide you to better health.

    Come to our first meeting of the year, Wednesday September 7th to Portable building T3

    The ATASCOCITA BODYBUILDING SOCIETY, WE WANNA’ SEE YOU. DON’T STOP!

    Attention Class of 2020! If you are interested in running for a class officer position, make sure to attend the next Student Council Meeting on September 7th or September 14th @3pm in the Red LGI.  There will be an information session after the general meeting. You must attend one of the two meetings in order to receive an election packet. See you there!

    Attention SNHS members! Our first general meeting will be September 8th at 9am in Mrs. Arreola's room! The annual membership fee will be payable at the first meeting as well!

    Homecoming events have begun! This week you will nominate your favorite 9th, 10th and 11th girl, and seniors, you will nominate your favorite girl and boy for King and Queen. Nominations will take place through your social studies class. If you don’t have a social studies class, you can stop by room 1108 before or after school on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday only.

    If you are interested in joining StuCo, please stop our room 1108 in Red House before or after school for more information. Our next meeting will be Wednesday, September 7th @3PM in the Red LGI.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors! The last day to sign up for Powder Puff is today. Make sure to visit the StuCo class after school room 1108 in Red House. The first information meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 7th in the Red LGI. You must attend the meeting in order to participate.

    If you are interested in the trip to Japan, there will be a parent meeting on Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1745 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730.  All grades are welcome.

    Eagles! Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual Zombie Fun Run! T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the JROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.

    ATTENTION EAGLES!!!!!!

    The 2016-2017 AHS Yearbook is officially on sale!!! The special Promotional Price is only $65.00!!! Yes, $65.00!!! For an additional $5.00 for Personalization you can get up to 4 free Icons added to your Yearbook!!! DO NOT delay!!! The special price of $65.00 is only until October 28, so act fast!!! Please order your Yearbook on the Jostens website at www.jostensyearbooks.com !!!!!!!

     


    Friday, September 2nd

    Congratulations to our Varsity Football Team for their victory over Dekaney

    Attention Latin Students and Latin Club Members: Come to the Latin Club meeting in Room T-6 on Wednesday, September 7 OR Friday, September 9 from 3:00 to 3:30 PM.  We will discuss our upcoming "Ben Hur and Bowling Social", Competition dates and MORE. Delicious snacks will be provided!

    Are you interested in health and fitness? Do you want to learn how to lose a few extra pounds? Is building lean muscle mass something you want? Then come to the ATASCOCITA BODY BUILDING SOCIETY. This club has neither fees nor costs. It is intended to help guide you to better health. Come to our first meeting of the year, Wednesday September 7th to Portable building T3  The ATASCOCITA BODYBUILDING SOCIETY, WE WANNA’ SEE YOU. DON’T STOP!

     

    Attention Class of 2020! If you are interested in running for a class officer position, make sure to attend the next Student Council Meeting on September 7th or September 14th @3pm in the Red LGI.  There will be an information session after the general meeting. You must attend one of the two meetings in order to receive an election packet. See you there!

    Attention SNHS members! Our first general meeting will be September 8th at 9am in Mrs. Arreola's room! The annual membership fee will be payable at the first meeting as well!

    Key Club will have their meeting next Tuesday, September 6th at 3 pm in Room 1116 in Red House. All are welcome!

    Eagles! Who do you want to see on the Homecoming court ballot? Next week you will nominate your favorite 9th, 10th and 11th girl, and seniors, you will nominate your favorite girl and boy for King and Queen. Nominations will take place through your social studies class. If you don’t have a social studies class, you can stop by room 1108 before or after school on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday only.

    If you are interested in joining StuCo, please stop our room 1108 in Red House before or after school for more information. Our next meeting will be Wednesday, September 7th @3PM in the Red LGI.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors! The last day to sign up for Powder Puff is today. Make sure to visit the StuCo class after school room 1108 in Red House. The first information meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 7th in the Red LGI. You must attend the meeting in order to participate.

    If you are interested in the trip to Japan, there will be a parent meeting on Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1745 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730.  All grades are welcome.

    Eagles! Don’t forget to sign-up for the 3rd annual Zombie Fun Run! T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the JROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.

    There is NO SATURDAY CLASS this weekend – you will have to serve next week.

    Volleyball plays Tonight @ Tomball – Go Lady Eagles!


    Thursday, September 1st.

    Varsity football game tickets will be on sale today during all lunches

    We will play Spring Dekaney at Turner Stadium on Thursday at 7:00

     Ticket prices

    • student 3.00
    • adult 5.00
    • all tickets are 7.00 at the gate

    How about a trip to Japan?  A parent meeting will be Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1745 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730.  All grades are welcome.

    ATTENTION SENIORS!!!!!

    Senior Picture day is approaching!!! Senior Pictures will be taken in Blue LGI on Wednesday, August 31 and Thursday, September 1. Please refer to your English Teacher for day and time; you will take your picture during their class time.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors! The last day to sign up for Powder Puff is this Friday, Sept. 2nd. Make sure to visit the StuCo class after school room 1108 in Red House. The firs information meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 7th in the Red LGI.

    Key Club will have their meeting next Tuesday, September 6th at 3 pm in Room 1116 in Red House. All are welcome!

    Attention Eagles! Homecoming events are approaching; if you are interested in joining in all the fun, make sure to attend our next StuCo meeting on September 7th @3pm in the Red LGI.


    Wednesday, August 31st.

    Varsity football game tickets will be on sale Wednesday and Thursday during all lunches. We will play Spring Dekaney at Turner Stadium on Thursday at 7:00

     Ticket prices

    • student 3.00
    • adult 5.00
    • all tickets are 7.00 at the gate

    Do you have spring Break plans yet?  How about a trip to Japan?  Explore the streets of Tokyo, ride the bullet train, and immerse yourself in a new culture.  A parent meeting will be Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1745 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730.  All grades are welcome.

    ATTENTION SENIORS!!!!!

    Senior Picture day is approaching!!! Senior Pictures will be taken in Blue LGI on Wednesday, August 31 and Thursday, September 1. Please refer to your English Teacher for day and time; you will take your picture during their class time.

     

    Make sure to attend our StuCo meeting today at 3PM in the Red LGI.

    Attention Juniors and Seniors! The last day to sign up for Powder Puff is this Friday, Sept. 2nd. Make sure to visit your Class Sponsors for more information. The firs information meeting will be on Wednesday, Sept. 7th after the StuCo meeting in the Red LGI.


    Tuesday, August 30, 2016

    Do you have spring Break plans yet?  How about a trip to Japan?  Explore the streets of Tokyo, ride the bullet train, and immerse yourself in a new culture.  A parent meeting will be Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1745 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730.  All grades are welcome.

    ATTENTION SENIORS!!!!!

    Senior Picture day is approaching!!! Senior Pictures will be taken in Blue LGI on Wednesday, August 31 and Thursday, September 1. Please refer to your English Teacher for day and time; you will take your picture during their class time.

    Join HOSA! Our first meeting will be today in room 1743. If you have any questions, see Ms. Hansen in room 1743 or Ms Askew in T8.

    If you are interested in joining Student Council it’s not too late.  Please stop by the StuCo room 1108 in Red House for more information.  Our first meeting will be at 3:00 pm in the Red LGI.

    Students who are running for the StuCo Reporter position, Class of 2019 Secretary and Treasure positions are required to attend the elections information meeting in Room 1108 on Wednesday August 31st from 3:15 to 3:30 or Thursday, September 1st from 8:45 am to 9:00.

    Make sure to attend our StuCo meeting on August 31, if you are interested in serving on a homecoming committee. 

    The Atascocita High School Marine Corps JROTC Program and Class of 2018 are proud to host the Third Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29, 2016.  Awards will be given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the ROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.


    Monday, August 29, 2016

    Do you have spring Break plans yet?  How about a trip to Japan?  Explore the streets of Tokyo, ride the bullet train, and immerse yourself in a new culture.  A parent meeting will be Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1745 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730.  All grades are welcome.

    ATTENTION SENIORS!!!!!

    Senior Picture day is approaching!!! Senior Pictures will be taken in Blue LGI on Wednesday, August 31 and Thursday, September 1. Please refer to your English Teacher for day and time; you will take your picture during their class time.

    Atascocita Lacrosse will have an Informational Parent Meeting this tonight at 7pm in the Red LGI for any student that wishes to be on the Men's Lacrosse team. Spirit wear will also be available for purchase. For more information please see Ms. Becker in room 2304.

    Join HOSA! Our first meeting will be Tuesday, August 30th in room 1743. If you have any questions, see Ms. Hansen in room 1743 or Ms Askew in T8.

    If you are interested in joining Student Council it’s not too late.  Please stop by the StuCo room 1108 in Red House for more information.  Our first meeting will be at 3:00 pm in the Red LGI.

    Students who are running for the StuCo Reporter position, Class of 2019 Secretary and Treasure positions are required to attend the elections information meeting in Room 1108 on Wednesday August 31st from 3:15 to 3:30 or Thursday, September 1st from 8:45 am to 9:00. If you need an election packet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room 1108 in Red House.

    AHS Cross Country is looking for distance runners! We practice before school on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and after school on Thursday. We meet out on the track at 6AM. Please Contact or come by the Coaches office or Contact Coach Symons, Coach Carter or Coach LaCour (Office 1411C in Athletics).

    Make sure to attend our StuCo meeting on August 31, if you are interested in serving on a homecoming committee. 

    The Atascocita High School Marine Corps JROTC Program and Class of 2018 are proud to host the Third Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29, 2016.  Awards will be given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the ROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.


    Thursday, August 25, 2016

    Congratulations to our Eagle Football Team for their victory last night!  Also to our Band, Cheer and Patriettes for keeping the crowd going throughout the night.

    Atascocita Lacrosse will have an Informational Parent Meeting this Monday, August 29th at 7pm in the Red LGI for any student that wishes to be on the Men's Lacrosse team. Spirit wear will also be available for purchase. For more information please see Ms. Becker in room 2304.

    Are you interested in a future career in the medical field? Join HOSA! Our first meeting will be Tuesday, August 30th in room 1743. We will hand out membership applications and talk about our activities for the fall semester. If you have any questions, see Ms. Hansen in room 1743 or Ms Askew in T8.

    If you are interested in joining Student Council it’s not too late.  Please stop by the StuCo room 1108 in Red House for more information.  Our first meeting will be at 3:00 pm in the Red LGI.

    Students who are running for the StuCo Reporter position, Class of 2019 Secretary and Treasure positions are required to attend the elections information meeting in Room 1108 on Wednesday August 31st from 3:15 to 3:30 or Thursday, September 1st from 8:45 am to 9:00. If you need an election packet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room 1108 in Red House.

    Do you want to soar for miles and miles like an Eagle? AHS Cross Country is looking for distance runners! We practice before school on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and after school on Thursday. We meet out on the track at 6AM. Please Contact or come by the Coaches office or Contact Coach Symons, Coach Carter or Coach LaCour (Office 1411C in Athletics).

    Eagles mark your calendars! Homecoming week is approaching.  Spirit week will begin on Saturday, September 17th and end after the dance on Saturday, September 24th.  This year’s game will be against Kingwood. Make sure to attend our StuCo meeting on August 31, if you are interested in serving on a homecoming committee. 

    The Atascocita High School Marine Corps JROTC Program and Class of 2018 are proud to host the Third Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29, 2016.  Awards will be given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the ROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.

     


    Thursday, August 25, 2016

    Varsity football game tickets will be on sale Wednesday and Thursday during all lunches

    We will play the La Porte Bulldogs at Turner Stadium on Thursday at 7:00

    • Ticket prices
    • student 3.00
    • adult 5.00
    • all tickets are 7.00 at the gate
    • Go Eagles!

    Atascocita Lacrosse will have an Informational Parent Meeting this Monday, August 29th at 7pm in the Red LGI for any student that wishes to be on the Men's Lacrosse team. Spirit wear will also be available for purchase. For more information please see Ms. Becker in room 2304.

    Are you interested in a future career in the medical field? Join HOSA! Our first meeting will be Tuesday, August 30th in room 1743. We will hand out membership applications and talk about our activities for the fall semester. If you have any questions, see Ms. Hansen in room 1743 or Ms Askew in T8.

    If you are interested in joining Student Council it’s not too late.  Please stop by the StuCo room 1108 in Red House for more information.  Our first meeting will be at 3:00 pm in the Red LGI.

    Students who are running for the StuCo Reporter position, Class of 2019 Secretary and Treasure positions are required to attend the elections information meeting in Room 1108 on Wednesday August 31st from 3:15 to 3:30 or Thursday, September 1st from 8:45 am to 9:00. If you need an election packet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room 1108 in Red House.

    Do you want to soar for miles and miles like an Eagle? AHS Cross Country is looking for distance runners! We practice before school on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and after school on Thursday. We meet out on the track at 6AM. Please Contact or come by the Coaches office or Contact Coach Symons, Coach Carter or Coach LaCour (Office 1411C in Athletics).

    Eagles mark your calendars! Homecoming week is approaching.  Spirit week will begin on Saturday, September 17th and end after the dance on Saturday, September 24th.  This year’s game will be against Kingwood. Make sure to attend our StuCo meeting on August 31, if you are interested in serving on a homecoming committee. 

    The Atascocita High School Marine Corps JROTC Program and Class of 2018 are proud to host the Third Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29, 2016.  Awards will be given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. If you need additional information, stop by the ROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.

     


    Wednesday, August 24, 2016

    The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) will have their first meeting tomorrow, Thursday, August 25 from 8:45 to 9:15 in Mr. T’s Room 1207 in Red House. There will be free food!

    Key Club will host its first meeting on Thursday, August 25 at 8:30 am in room 1116 in Red House.

    If you are interested in joining Student Council it’s not too late.  Please stop by the StuCo room 1108 in Red House for more information.  Our first meeting will be at 3:00 pm in the Red LGI.

    Students who are running for the StuCo Reporter position, Class of 2019 Secretary and Treasure positions are required to attend the elections information meeting in Room 1108 on Wednesday August 31st from 3:15 to 3:30 or Thursday, September 1st from 8:45 am to 9:00. If you need an election packet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room 1108 in Red House.

    Hello Zombie fans, actors and stagehands! An informational meeting about auditions for the first show of the school year, Night of the Living Dead, will be held in the Performing Arts Center today from 3-4pm. Come find out the many different roles and jobs available to students who wish to participate and be a part of what promises to be a very fun and spooky show! This meeting is merely informational, auditions will begin next week! Hope to see you there, Eagles!

    Do you want to soar for miles and miles like an Eagle? AHS Cross Country is looking for distance runners! We practice before school on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and after school on Thursday. We meet out on the track at 6AM. Please Contact or come by the Coaches office or Contact Coach Symons, Coach Carter or Coach LaCour (Office 1411C in Athletics).

    Eagles mark your calendars! Homecoming week is approaching.  Spirit week will begin on Saturday, September 17th and end after the dance on Saturday, September 24th.  This year’s game will be against Kingwood. Make sure to attend our StuCo meeting on August 31, if you are interested in serving on a homecoming committee. 

    The Atascocita High School Marine Corps JROTC Program and Class of 2018 are proud to host the Third Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29, 2016.  Awards will be given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. The Zombie Fun Run was created to benefit the JROTC Program and Class of 2018. Your participation and contribution is greatly appreciated. If you need additional information, stop by the ROTC classroom or check the AHS website for updates.

    Today our Tennis Team takes on Oakridge on the AHS courts.

    Our first Football Game is this Thursday @ Turner stadium vs LaPorte – come out and support your team!

    Friday we will be our first PEP RALLY – Make sure you wear an AHS Spirit shirt or you will not be allowed to attend. 

    Saturday, our Cross Country runners take on Kingwood High School – Go Eagles!

     


    Tuesday, August 2, 2016

    Student Council will have its first meeting on August 31st at 3pm in the Red LGI.  Students who are running for the StuCo Reporter position, Class of 2019 Secretary and Treasure positions are required to attend the elections information meeting in Room 1108 on Wednesday August 31st from 3:15 to 3:30 or Thursday, September 1st from 8:45 am to 9:00. If you need an election packet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room 1108 in Red House.

    If you are interested in serving your community, Key Club is the club for you! Key Club will host its first meeting on Thursday, August 25 at 8:30 am in room 1116 in Red House.

    Hello Zombie fans, actors and stagehands! An informational meeting about auditions for the first show of the school year, Night of the Living Dead, will be held in the Performing Arts Center THIS Wednesday, August 26th, from 3-4pm. Come find out the many different roles and jobs available to students who wish to participate and be a part of what promises to be a very fun and spooky show! This meeting is merely informational, auditions will begin next week! Hope to see you there, Eagles!

    Do you want to soar for miles and miles like an Eagle? AHS Cross Country is looking for distance runners! We practice before school on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and after school on Thursday. We meet out on the track at 6AM. Please Contact or come by the Coaches office or Contact Coach Symons, Coach Carter or Coach LaCour (Office 1411C in Athletics).

    Eagles mark your calendars! Homecoming week is approaching.  Spirit week will begin on Saturday, September 17th and end after the dance on Saturday, September 24th.  This year’s game will be against Kingwood. Make sure to attend our StuCo meeting on August 31, if you are interested in serving on a homecoming committee. 

    The Atascocita High School Marine Corps JROTC Program and Class of 2018 is proud to host the Third Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29, 2016.  The course is set up on the grounds at Atascocita High School with wooded trails, obstacles, and is infested with Zombies.  For the bravest of the living, there is even a short cut through a swamp.  This fun 5K is sure to get your heart racing! 

    As a runner you have to run/walk the course and survive by avoiding the Zombies trying to steal your “life” flags.  Your goal is to make it to the finish line with at least one flag remaining.  Alternatively, if you don’t want to be a runner, you can participate as one of our Zombies! 

    All runners must register for the event.   All participants will receive a race bib and event shirt. Registration is limited, so sign up early.  Place medals awarded for individual/team 1st, 2nd, & 3rd in each heat.  Awards given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. 

    The Zombie Fun Run was created to benefit the JROTC Program and Class of 2018. Your participation and contribution is greatly appreciated. 

     


    Monday, August 22, 2016

    Welcome back Eagles!  Student Council will have its first meeting on August 31st at 3pm in the Red LGI.  Students who are running for the StuCo Reporter position, Class of 2019 Secretary and Treasure positions are required to attend the elections information meeting in Room 1108 on Wednesday August 31st from 3:15 to 3:30 or Thursday, September 1st from 8:45 am to 9:00. If you need an election packet, please stop by Mrs. Delgado’s room 1108 in Red House.

    If you are interested in serving your community, Key Club is the club for you! Key Club will host its first meeting on Thursday, August 25 at 8:30 am in room 1116 in Red House.

    Hello Zombie fans, actors and stagehands! An informational meeting about auditions for the first show of the school year, Night of the Living Dead, will be held in the Performing Arts Center THIS Wednesday, August 26th, from 3-4pm. Come find out the many different roles and jobs available to students who wish to participate and be a part of what promises to be a very fun and spooky show! This meeting is merely informational, auditions will begin next week! Hope to see you there, Eagles!

    Do you want to soar for miles and miles like an Eagle? AHS Cross Country is looking for distance runners! We practice before school on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday and after school on Thursday. We meet out on the track at 6AM. Please Contact or come by the Coaches office or Contact Coach Symons, Coach Carter or Coach LaCour (Office 1411C in Athletics).

    Eagles mark your calendars! Homecoming week is approaching.  Spirit week will begin on Saturday, September 17th and end after the dance on Saturday, September 24th.  This year’s game will be against Kingwood. Make sure to attend our StuCo meeting on August 31, if you are interested in serving on a homecoming committee. 

    The Atascocita High School Marine Corps JROTC Program and Class of 2018 is proud to host the Third Annual AHS Zombie Fun Run on October 29, 2016.  The course is set up on the grounds at Atascocita High School with wooded trails, obstacles, and is infested with Zombies.  For the bravest of the living, there is even a short cut through a swamp.  This fun 5K is sure to get your heart racing! As a runner you have to run/walk the course and survive by avoiding the Zombies trying to steal your “life” flags.  Your goal is to make it to the finish line with at least one flag remaining.  Alternatively, if you don’t want to be a runner, you can participate as one of our Zombies!  All runners must register for the event.   All participants will receive a race bib and event shirt. Registration is limited, so sign up early.  Place medals awarded for individual/team 1st, 2nd, & 3rd in each heat.  Awards given for best zombie costumes 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. T-Shirt included with registrations received by October 14th only. The Zombie Fun Run was created to benefit the JROTC Program and Class of 2018. Your participation and contribution is greatly appreciated. 

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