2018-2019 Daily Announcements

  • May 22, 2019

    Campus news…

    Teacher textbook returns will occur during the week of underclassmen final exams.  a sign up next week. Please let me know if you have any questions.

    The 2018-2019 Yearbooks will be distributed in the AHS Cafeteria on Tuesday, May 21 during all 4 lunch periods. Yearbooks can be purchased that day as well. If you missed the deadline to order your Yearbook online and still want to purchase one before Distribution Day, please bring your $80.00 cash payment to Room 1717-Blue House ASAP to secure your Yearbook.

    Reminder - Lockers must be completed cleaned out by May 23rd.

    Atascocita Apex E-sports team will have an informational meeting for students interested in joining the club for the summer season and for next school year. Current members should attend to discuss leadership positions.

    Attention Class of 2020: Information for next year is starting to be finalized.  Please check out our class page on the AHS website for details regarding parking spots, fun packs, senior picnic, senior prom, and graduation.  Information will be updated often so check back as much as possible.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports….

    Eagles, Come out tomorrow Wednesday, May 22nd to Eagle stadium and see the 2019 Eagles Spring Football game.  Game time is 5:30 pm.

    Come support the AHS Varsity Baseball team as they take on the Regional Semi-Finals against Ridge Point @ AHS Thursday, May 23rd 7 pm.  

    May 15, 2019

    Campus news…

    "Attention Seniors: The bookroom will be open today during all lunches and after school until 3:15. Seniors with outstanding textbooks will be placed on the fine list and will not be able to exempt final exams until the fine is cleared or the book is turned in. After today, books will need to be returned to Gold House 2."

    Seniors: If you attended Atascocita Middle School they cordially invite you to attend the 2019 Graduation Celebration Senior Parade on Monday, May 20th at AMS from 3 - 4:30 pm. Please wear your cap and gown and come take a walk back down memory lane!

    Exemption time is right around the corner.  So start checking to see if you owe any library, classroom fees and id fines.  All fines need to be paid in order to exempt.

    The 2018-2019 Yearbooks will be distributed in the AHS Cafeteria on Tuesday, May 21 during all 4 lunch periods. Yearbooks can be purchased that day as well. If you missed the deadline to order your Yearbook online and still want to purchase one before Distribution Day, please bring your $80.00 cash payment to Room 1717-Blue House ASAP to secure your Yearbook.

    AHS Choir's Pop Show, "Showtime 2019" will be selling tickets for $10 during all lunches!  Performances will be Thursday, May 16th and Friday May 17th at 7 PM in the Performing Arts Center!  Make sure you get your tickets before they are sold out! Hope to see you there!

    Attention Class of 2020: Information for next year is starting to be finalized.  Please check out our class page on the AHS website for details regarding parking spots, fun packs, senior picnic, senior prom, and graduation.  Information will be updated often so check back as much as possible.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports….

    Come out and show your support for the Boys Varsity Baseball team who will be playing in the Regional Quarter Finals against Clear Springs tomorrow here at 7 pm

    May 6, 2019

    Campus news…

    This week we would like to recognize and celebrate the work of our awesome teachers that contribute to making our school such a wonderful place. Please take the opportunity to find a teacher and tell them how thankful you are for all the hard work they do!!

    Exemption time is right around the corner.  So start checking to see if you owe any library, classroom fees and id fines.  All fines need to be paid in order to exempt.

    Attention Class of 2020: Information for next year is starting to be finalized.  Please check out our class page on the AHS website for details regarding parking spots, fun packs, senior picnic, senior prom, and graduation.  Information will be updated often so check back as much as possible.

    Please come support the Class of 2021 at our Spirit Night at Panera Bread Thursday, May 9 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM. We look forward to seeing you there!

    Students for Animal Protection are raising supplies to help the shelter over the summer. This next two weeks be sure to donate supplies to a no a no-kill animal shelter! We’re accepting dog and cat food, paper towels, old blankets and towels, treats, toys, and anything else you think a shelter could use! Find the donation box at every house secretary to help out. The drive ends May 16th! Every bit helps.

    AHS Theatre Arts will be presenting it's first-ever performance of student-directed scenes on Friday and Saturday, May 10th and 11th, in the Black Box Theater. Friday's show is at 7pm, and Saturday has 2pm and 7pm showings. All tickets are $5 at the door only. These will be the final performance of AHS Theatre for the school year, so please come out and support these student directors, actors, and technicians one more time to close out the year!

    May 3, 2019

    Campus news…

    Congratulations!!! To our new 2019-2020 Class Officers!!!

    Senior Class President - Zoe Bantolina

    Vice President - Christian Newton

    Secretary - Kara Beatte

    Treasurer - Carsen Hartung

    Historian - Kylee Carter


    Junior Class President - Jazmine Medrano

    Vice President - Madi Falcon

    Secretary - Stephen Ozan

    Treasurer - Arayna Mickles

    Historian - Maria Martins


    Sophomore Class President - Autumn Wickliff

    Vice President - Jasmine Salinas

    Secretary - Kaya Roeder

    Historian - Adison Miser


    This week we would like to recognize and celebrate the work of our awesome School Principals that contribute to making our school such a great place. Please take the opportunity to find a Principal and tell them how thankful you are for all the hard work they do!!


    Exemption time is right around the corner.  So start checking to see if you owe any library, classroom fees and id fines.  All fines need to be paid in order to exempt.

    Attention Class of 2020: Information for next year is starting to be finalized.  Please check out our class page on the AHS website for details regarding parking spots, fun packs, senior picnic, senior prom, and graduation.  Information will be updated often so check back as much as possible.

    Please come support the Class of 2021 at our Spirit Night at Panera Bread Thursday, May 9 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM. We look forward to seeing you there!

    Students for Animal Protection are raising supplies to help the shelter over the summer. These next two weeks be sure to donate supplies to a no a no-kill animal shelter! We’re accepting dog and cat food, paper towels, old blankets and towels, treats, toys, and anything else you think a shelter could use! Find the donation box at every house secretary to help out. The drive ends May 16th! Every bit helps.

    May 2, 2019

    Campus news…

    This week we would like to recognize and celebrate the work of our awesome School Principals that contribute to making our school such a great place. Please take the opportunity to find a Principal and tell them how thankful you are for all the hard work they do!!

    It’s the last day to vote!! Please stop by the Student Council booth at lunch today to vote on class elections!!!! Let your voice be heard!!!!

    7 am Friday 5/3 (Tomorrow!) Please join us for a UIL Academics State Send-off for Jordan Wells and Cole Alley! Please form a receiving line for them between the front of the school/rotunda to the flagpole!

    Exemption time is right around the corner.  So start checking to see if you owe any library, classroom fees, and id fines.  All fines need to be paid in order to exempt.

    Attention Class of 2020: Information for next year is starting to be finalized.  Please check out our class page on the AHS website for details regarding parking spots, fun packs, senior picnic, senior prom, and graduation.  Information will be updated often so check back as much as possible.

    Please come support the Class of 2021 at our Spirit Night at Panera Bread Thursday, May 9 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM. We look forward to seeing you there!

    Students for Animal Protection are raising supplies to help the shelter over the summer. These next two weeks be sure to donate supplies to a no a no-kill animal shelter! We’re accepting dog and cat food, paper towels, old blankets and towels, treats, toys, and anything else you think a shelter could use! Find the donation box at every house secretary to help out. The drive ends May 16th! Every bit helps.

    If you have donated blood twice this year at AHS, graduation cords will be available this Thursday during all lunches. You must show your ID & be on the list from the blood center showing you have made the two donations.

    AHS Theatre Arts will be presenting it's first-ever performance of student-directed scenes on Friday and Saturday, May 10th and 11th, in the Black Box Theater. Friday's show is at 7 pm, and Saturday has 2 pm and 7 pm showings. All tickets are $5 at the door only. These will be the final performance of AHS Theatre for the school year, so please come out and support these student directors, actors, and technicians one more time to close out the year!

    May 1, 2019

    Campus news…

    Attention Class of 2020: Information for next year is starting to be finalized.  Please check out our class page on the AHS website for details regarding parking spots, fun packs, senior picnic, senior prom, and graduation. Information will be updated often so check back as much as possible. 

    Please come support the Class of 2021 at our Spirit Night at Panera Bread Thursday, May 9 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM. We look forward to seeing you there!

    If you have donated blood twice this year at AHS, graduation cords will be available this Thursday during all lunches. You must show your ID & be on the list from the blood center showing you have made the two donations.

    AHS Theatre Arts will be presenting it's first-ever performance of student-directed scenes on Friday and Saturday, May 10th and 11th, in the Black Box Theater. Friday's show is at 7pm, and Saturday has 2pm and 7pm showings. All tickets are $5 at the door only. These will be the final performance of AHS Theatre for the school year, so please come out and support these student directors, actors, and technicians one more time to close out the year!

    SENIORS - Timberwood Middle School will be hosting a breakfast in honor of 2019 Graduates who attended TMS during their middle school years.  The breakfast will be held at 8:00 am on Thursday, May 2. Bring your cap and gown.

    April 30, 2019

    Campus news…

    This week we would like to recognize and celebrate the work of our awesome School Principals that contribute to making our school such a great place. Please take the opportunity to find a Principal and tell them how thankful you are for all the hard work they do!!

    Class elections are running today through Thursday! Please stop by the Student Council booth at lunch today to vote!!!! Let your voice be heard!!!!

    Exemption time is right around the corner.  So start checking to see if you owe any library, classroom fees and id fines.  All fines need to be paid in order to exempt.

    Kona Ice will be at all lunches on Wednesday, May 1st!!! Come support the class of 2022.

    Atascocita High School Technology Student Association attended the Texas TSA conference last weekend.  The students competed in several event and earned; 3 - 1st place medals, 2 - 2nd place medals, and 2 - 3rd place medals.  TSA Eagles did an outstanding job for a first year organization.

    Attention Class of 2020: Information for next year is starting to be finalized.  Please check out our class page on the AHS website for details regarding parking spots, fun packs, senior picnic, senior prom, and graduation.  Information will be updated often so check back as much as possible.

    SENIORS - Timberwood Middle School will be hosting a breakfast in honor of 2019 Graduates who attended TMS during their middle school years.  The breakfast will be held at 8:00 am on Thursday, May 2. Bring your cap and gown.

    Seniors - Do you plan to attend Lone Star in the Fall? Lone Star College will provide two seniors who are attending Lonestar in the Fall a scholarship for all tuition and fees. Pick up an application from Mrs. Graczyk in the registrar's office.  Applications are due May 1st.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area at any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    The Atascocita volleyball program will be hosting its first annual coed volleyball tournament on Saturday, May 11th. The tournament theme is Hawaiian. So come dressed with your team in your best Hawaiian attire. The tournament will be pool play followed by bracket play, with each team guaranteed at least one bracket game. Parent and student release forms will be required before anyone can participate. the first 20 teams will be accepted. The cost of each team is $200. If you would like to play, find an Atascocita volleyball player to get on a team or to get more information. Prizes to top 2 teams will be given out. We hope to see you there!

    Over the weekend the AHS Eagles Track and Field team competed at the Regional Track Meet. Qualifying for state were; regional champion in the triple jump, Henry Kiner, the silver medalist Lady Eagles 4 by 200 meter relay of Lindsey Davis, Winter Bogan, Mari Robinson, and Arayna Mickels, and 4 by 400 meter relay of Davis, Mickels, Madison Savoy and Kaiel Kimbel. The final state qualifiers were triple jumpers Jaden Patterson and Taylor Nelloms. Dillon Robinson and Avery Clover brought home 3rd place finishes. Way to go Eagles and good luck at the State Meet!

    Congratulations to the Girls Track & Field team on qualifying for State!  

    Taylor Nelloms qualified for state in the Triple Jump breaking the school record with a 40 feet 6 3/4in.

    Lindsey Davis, Winter Bogan, Mari Robinson and Arayna Mickles qualified in the 4x2 Relay.

    Lindsey Davis, Arayna Mickles, Madison Savoy and Kaiel Kimble qualified in the 4x4 Relay.

    The State Meet will take place at the University of Texas on May 10 and 11. GOOD LUCK!!

    April 29, 2019

    Campus news…

    This week we would like to recognize and celebrate the work of our awesome School Principals that contribute to making our school such a great place. Please take the opportunity to find a Principal and tell them how thankful you are for all the hard work they do!!

    Exemption time is right around the corner.  So start checking to see if you owe any library, classroom fees and id fines.  All fines need to be paid in order to exempt.

    SENIORS - Timberwood Middle School will be hosting a breakfast in honor of 2019 Graduates who attended TMS during their middle school years.  The breakfast will be held at 8:00 am on Thursday, May 2. Bring your cap and gown.

    Seniors - Do you plan to attend Lone Star in the Fall? Lone Star College will provide two seniors who are attending Lonestar in the Fall a scholarship for all tuition and fees. Pick up an application from Mrs. Graczyk in the registrar's office.  Applications are due May 1st.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area at any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    The Atascocita volleyball program will be hosting its first annual coed volleyball tournament on Saturday, May 11th. The tournament theme is Hawaiian. So come dressed with your team in your best Hawaiian attire. The tournament will be pool play followed by bracket play, with each team guaranteed at least one bracket game. Parent and student release forms will be required before anyone can participate. the first 20 teams will be accepted. The cost of each team is $200. If you would like to play, find an Atascocita volleyball player to get on a team or to get more information. Prizes to top 2 teams will be given out. We hope to see you there!

    Tennis District tournaments were held last Wed for JV and Lizbeth Chavarria finished 3rd in girls singles.  The Freshman District tournament was held last Thursday along with the auxilliary draws for district. Auxilliary draw winners:

    Parker Carter finished 3rd in boys singles , while Reagen Polley won the girls singles draw , and Aracelie Briones and Ashley Cherry won the girls doubles.

    In the freshman tournament:  Trinity Alonso finished second in girls singles, Kaya Roeder and Ryan Salinas finished 3rd in mixed doubles while Anna Hidalgo and Devon Gordon finished second in mixed doubles.

    April 26, 2019

    Campus news…

    This week we would like to recognize and celebrate the work of our amazing secretaries that contribute to making our school so wonderful. Please take the opportunity to stop by and tell your secretary how thankful you are for all the hard work they do!!

    The Patriettes Dance Team will be performing their annual Spring Show THIS Friday and Saturday night at 7 p.m. in the AHS PAC. Tickets are $10 are being sold at all lunches this week. You may also get in touch with a Patriette if you're interested in purchasing tickets. We hope to see you there!!

    SENIORS - Timberwood Middle School will be hosting a breakfast in honor of 2019 Graduates who attended TMS during their middle school years.  The breakfast will be held at 8:00 am on Thursday, May 2. Bring your cap and gown.

    Seniors - Do you plan to attend Lone Star in the Fall? Lone Star College will provide two seniors who are attending Lonestar in the Fall a scholarship for all tuition and fees. Pick up an application from Mrs. Graczyk in the registrar's office.  Applications are due May 1st.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area at any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    The Atascocita volleyball program will be hosting its first annual coed volleyball tournament on Saturday, May 11th. The tournament theme is Hawaiian. So come dressed with your team in your best Hawaiian attire. The tournament will be pool play followed by bracket play, with each team guaranteed at least one bracket game. Parent and student release forms will be required before anyone can participate. the first 20 teams will be accepted. The cost of each team is $200. If you would like to play, find an Atascocita volleyball player to get on a team or to get more information. Prizes to top 2 teams will be given out. We hope to see you there!

    April 25, 2019

    Campus news…

    This week we would like to recognize and celebrate the work of our amazing secretaries that contribute to making our school so wonderful. Please take the opportunity to stop by and tell your secretary how thankful you are for all the hard work they do!!

    The Patriettes Dance Team will be performing their annual Spring Show THIS Friday and Saturday night at 7 p.m. in the AHS PAC. Tickets are $10 are being sold at all lunches this week. You may also get in touch with a Patriette if you're interested in purchasing tickets. We hope to see you there!!

    Seniors - Do you plan to attend Lone Star in the Fall? Lone Star College will provide two seniors who are attending Lonestar in the Fall a scholarship for all tuition and fees. Pick up an application from Mrs. Graczyk in the registrar's office.  Applications are due May 1st.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area at any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    The Atascocita volleyball program will be hosting its first annual coed volleyball tournament on Saturday, May 11th. The tournament theme is Hawaiian. So come dressed with your team in your best Hawaiian attire. The tournament will be pool play followed by bracket play, with each team guaranteed at least one bracket game. Parent and student release forms will be required before anyone can participate. the first 20 teams will be accepted. The cost of each team is $200. If you would like to play, find an Atascocita volleyball player to get on a team or to get more information. Prizes to top 2 teams will be given out. We hope to see you there!

    April 24,  2019

    Campus news…

    This week we would like to recognize and celebrate the work of our amazing secretaries that contribute to making our school so wonderful. Please take the opportunity to stop by and tell your secretary how thankful you are for all the hard work they do!!

    The SOAR Book club will meet at 8:45 on Thurs.morning in the AHS Library to discuss One of Us is Lying by Karen McMannus. Bring a snack to share and join us.

    Seniors - Do you plan to attend Lone Star in the Fall? Lone Star College will provide two seniors who are attending Lonestar in the Fall a scholarship for all tuition and fees. Pick up an application from Mrs. Graczyk in the registrar's office.  Applications are due May 1st.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area at any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    The Atascocita volleyball program will be hosting its first annual coed volleyball tournament on Saturday, May 11th. The tournament theme is Hawaiian. So come dressed with your team in your best Hawaiian attire. The tournament will be pool play followed by bracket play, with each team guaranteed at least one bracket game. Parent and student release forms will be required before anyone can participate. the first 20 teams will be accepted. The cost of each team is $200. If you would like to play, find an Atascocita volleyball player to get on a team or to get more information. Prizes to top 2 teams will be given out. We hope to see you there!

    April 23, 2019

    Campus news…

    Congratulations to our new 2019-2020 Delegates!!

    • Zoe Wooden
    • Maria Martins
    • Kami Wiggins
    • Nastassja Rubio
    • Isabelle Rutherford


    This week we would like to recognize and celebrate the work of our amazing secretaries that contribute to making our school so wonderful. Please take the opportunity to stop by and tell your secretary how thankful you are for all the hard work they do!!

    Seniors - Do you plan to attend Lone Star in the Fall? Lone Star College will provide two seniors who are attending Lonestar in the Fall a scholarship for all tuition and fees. Pick up an application from Mrs. Graczyk in the registrar's office.  Applications are due May 1st.

    Freshman! Are you interested in becoming a class officer for the upcoming year? If so, attend the mandatory meeting Wednesday immediately after school in room 1108.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area at any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank


    In Sports…..

    The Atascocita volleyball program will be hosting its first annual coed volleyball tournament on Saturday, May 11th. The tournament theme is Hawaiian. So come dressed with your team in your best Hawaiian attire. The tournament will be pool play followed by bracket play, with each team guaranteed at least one bracket game. Parent and student release forms will be required before anyone can participate. the first 20 teams will be accepted. The cost of each team is $200. If you would like to play, find an Atascocita volleyball player to get on a team or to get more information. Prizes to top 2 teams will be given out. We hope to see you there!


    TEACHER APPRECIATION

    Each year for Teacher Appreciation Week, all teachers on our campus are presented with a book of notes from you, their students. You will be given the next few minutes to write a note of thanks and appreciation to your teachers. You may write more than one if you wish. Use this as an opportunity to tell your teachers why they are important to you, how they have made a difference, and why they are so special! These mean a lot to your teachers, so please take the time to write at least one.

    April 17,  2019

    Campus news…

    Seniors - Do you plan to attend Lone Star in the Fall? Lone Star College will provide two seniors who are attending Lonestar in the Fall a scholarship for all tuition and fees. Pick up an application from Mrs. Graczyk in the registrar's office.  Applications are due May 1st.

    All graduation announcements and invitations that have been paid for already will be available for pick up in Red House 1.

    AHS UIL One-Act Play will be conducting the Final Performance of their 2019 Region-qualifying show "Mariner" by Don Nigro this Thursday, April 18th at 7pm. This is the LAST CHANCE to see this show that came in as one of the top 16 shows in the state in 6A. All tickets are $5 at the door and the play runs about 45 minutes. Please come out to support and congratulate this OAP company on their remarkable run in 2019!

    Freshman! Are you interested in becoming a class officer for the upcoming year? If so, attend the mandatory meeting Wednesday immediately after school in room 1108.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area at any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    The Atascocita volleyball program will be hosting its first annual coed volleyball tournament on Saturday, May 11th. The tournament theme is Hawaiian. So come dressed with your team in your best Hawaiian attire. The tournament will be pool play followed by bracket play, with each team guaranteed at least one bracket game. Parent and student release forms will be required before anyone can participate. the first 20 teams will be accepted. The cost of each team is $200. If you would like to play, find an Atascocita volleyball player to get on a team or to get more information. Prizes to top 2 teams will be given out. We hope to see you there!

    April 16,  2019

    Campus news…

    All graduation announcements and invitations that have been paid for already will be available for pick up in Red House 1.

    AHS UIL One-Act Play will be conducting the Final Performance of their 2019 Region-qualifying show "Mariner" by Don Nigro this Thursday, April 18th at 7pm. This is the LAST CHANCE to see this show that came in as one of the top 16 shows in the state in 6A. All tickets are $5 at the door and the play runs about 45 minutes. Please come out to support and congratulate this OAP company on their remarkable run in 2019!

    Freshman! Are you interested in becoming a class officer for the upcoming year? If so, attend the mandatory meeting Wednesday immediately after school in room 1108.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area during any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    The Atascocita volleyball program will be hosting its first annual coed volleyball tournament on Saturday, May 11th. The tournament theme is Hawaiian. So come dressed with your team in your best Hawaiian attire. Tournament will be pool play followed by bracket play, with each team guaranteed at least one bracket game. Parent and student release forms will be require before anyone can participate. the first 20 teams will be accepted. The cost of each team is $200. If you would like to play, find an atascocita volleyball player to get on a team or to get more information. Prizes to top 2 teams will be given out. We hope to see you there!

    Monday, April 15

    Campus news…

    All graduation announcements and invitations that have been paid for already will be available for pick up in Red House 1.

    Freshman! Are you interested in becoming a class officer for the upcoming year? If so, attend the mandatory meeting Wednesday immediately after school in room 1108!

    Friday, April 12, 2019

    Campus news…

    All graduation announcements and invitations that have been paid for already will be available for pick up in Red House 1.

    Congratulations to the Atascocita Latin Club for winning 1st place Sweepstakes at both Regional and State Competition!
    Please congratulate the following 1st place winners:

    Preston Ellis - Latin Oratory
    Alyssa Stringer - Research Paper
    Patricia Cacanindin and Isabella Robles - Scrapbook
    Tatyana Havranek - Cartoons
    Anton Ramirez - State T-shirt Design
    William Gray -  Greek History
    Patricia Cacanindin - Latin Vocabulary
    Aurora Webb - Ancient Geography
    Faith Padgett - Latin Mottoes and Quotations
    Jessica Nickell - Latin Literature
    Isabella Robles - Greek Derivatives

    Please check the website for additional winners and awards.  Congratulations Latin Eagles!!!

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Austin, TX to visit Huston-Tilotson University on Thursday, April 18, 2019. To secure your seat and receive an itinerary and permission slip, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House ASAP.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area during any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    SENIORS - If you are enlisting in the military upon graduation and are interested in being recognized at the annual CTE and Military Signing Day, please visit the  link on the AHS website to sign up. You will receive further information once you have completed your sign up.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    Following individuals qualified for the Region 3 Tennis tournament next Wed and Thursday in Tennis.Girls District Champion:  Blake Matthews, Boys Doubles District Champions: Carson Kirk/Nico Luger, District Girls Doubles Runner Up:Morgan Marinelli/Faith Lee

    April 11, 2019

    Campus news...

     HOSA spirit Night today all day at Raising Cane's in Kingwood. Just mention AHS HOSA when ordering to help support HOSA!

    All graduation announcements and invitations that have been paid for already will be available for pick up in Red House 1.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Austin, TX to visit Huston-Tilotson University on Thursday, April 18, 2019. To secure your seat and receive an itinerary and permission slip, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House ASAP.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area during any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    SENIORS - If you are enlisting in the military upon graduation and are interested in being recognized at the annual CTE and Military Signing Day, please visit the  link on the AHS website to sign up. You will receive further information once you have completed your sign up.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports...

    Your Eagles and Lady Eagles are the 2019 District Track and Field Team Champions!! Individual event champions for the ladies were: Avery Clover, Taylor Nelloms, Arayna Mickels, Winter Bogan, Keari Garrett, Madison Savoy, the 4x200 relay and the 4x400 relay. Men champions were: the fastest man in the district Tre McCalla, Henry Kiner, Dillon Robinson, Jathan Belaire, and Dillon Potter along with many other medalist and Area meet qualifiers. Way to go Eagles!

    April 10, 2019

    The athletic trainers have extended the 2019-2020 application deadline to Thursday, April 11th. Please turn applications in to either Coach Batts or Coach Tron by the end of the school day on Thursday.

    April 9, 2019

    Campus news…

    Congrats to the AHS Theatre and One-Act Play company who participated in the Area Contest this past Saturday at San Jacinto College Central and have advanced to the Region level contest this Saturday, April 13th.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Austin, TX to visit Huston-Tilotson University on Thursday, April 18, 2019. To secure your seat and receive an itinerary and permission slip, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House ASAP.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area during any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    SENIORS - If you are enlisting in the military upon graduation and are interested in being recognized at the annual CTE and Military Signing Day, please visit the  link on the AHS website to sign up. You will receive further information once you have completed your sign up.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The Class of 2021 is hosting a Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A Tuesday, April 9 from 5-8 PM. Please mention the name of our organization when ordering. Thank you for your support!

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    Congrats to the Girls Soccer team for making it to the Regional Tournament. They will play Katy Tompkins Friday at 12:30!! Go Eagles!!!

    April 8, 2019

    Campus news…

    Congrats to the AHS Theatre and One-Act Play company who participated in the Area Contest this past Saturday at San Jacinto College Central and have advanced to the Region level contest this Saturday, April 13th.

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area during any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    SENIORS - If you are enlisting in the military upon graduation and are interested in being recognized at the annual CTE and Military Signing Day, please visit the link on the AHS website to sign up. You will receive further information once you have completed your sign up.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The Class of 2021 is hosting a Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A Tuesday, April 9 from 5-8 PM. Please mention the name of our organization when ordering. Thank you for your support!

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    Congrats to the Girls Soccer team for making it to the Regional Tournament. They will play Katy Tompkins Friday at 12:30!! Go Eagles!!!

    Come out and join us as we honor and celebrate our Lacrosse Seniors this Monday, April 8th! We will play a Home Game against St. Thomas on our AHS turf field. JV plays at 6 pm and Varsity at 8 pm. Congrats class of 2019!!!

    The tennis program will be holding tryouts for the tennis beginning today, anyone who is interested needs to be at the courts at 3 pm on April 8th or see Coach Lowe in the athletic hallway before April 8th, any questions email Coach Lowe.

    April 5, 2019

    Campus news…

    STUDENTS - The College and Career Resource Center is now set up in the Library on the left-hand side.  You may visit the area during any time the library is open. Counselors will be available each Friday during all lunches for the remainder of the year to provide information, answer questions, help with applications or anything else you may need pertaining to post-graduation!

    Seniors! If you're planning to go to prom and picnic, you need to purchase your tickets now. The deadline is May 2. You can buy your tickets online through our class website. Email Mrs. Gregory if you have any questions.

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The Class of 2021 is hosting a Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A Tuesday, April 9 from 5-8 PM. Please mention the name of our organization when ordering. Thank you for your support!

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    Come out and support the Girls soccer team as they face Clear Springs tonight at 7:00 PM in LaPorte!

    Come out and join us as we honor and celebrate our Lacrosse Seniors this Monday, April 8th! We will play a Home Game against St. Thomas on our AHS turf field. JV plays at 6 pm and Varsity at 8 pm. Congrats class of 2019!!!

    Gymnastics wrapped up Regionals Wednesday. Freshman Hailey Carranza placed 9th on Vault and 10th all-around. Alex Castro Perez placed 2nd on Floor, 5th on Vault, 8th on P-Bars, 9th on High Bar, and 9th All-Around. Both Hailey and Alex along with Connor Hill and Jaxon Mace qualified to compete at State Meet later this month.

    The tennis program will be holding tryouts for the tennis beginning April 8th, anyone who is interested needs to be at the courts at 3 pm on April 8th or see Coach Lowe in the athletic hallway before April 8th, any questions email Coach Lowe.

    Thursday,  April 4, 2019

    Campus news…

    Are you interested in becoming a delegate or class officer for Student Council? Come to the meeting Thursday, April 4th, in room 1108 at 3:00 to find out more information and pick up a packet! See you there!

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The Class of 2021 is hosting a Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A Tuesday, April 9 from 5-8 PM. Please mention the name of our organization when ordering. Thank you for your support!

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    Congrats to our Girls Soccer team for becoming Area Champions last night! On to the third round this Friday against Clear Springs! Come show your support!

    The tennis program will be holding tryouts for the tennis beginning April 8th, anyone who is interested needs to be at the courts at 3 pm on April 8th or see Coach Lowe in the athletic hallway before April 8th, any questions email Coach Lowe.

    The Atascocita High School athletic trainers are currently looking for students that have an interest in joining the AHS Sports Medicine Program for the 2019-2020 school year. Sports medicine students have the opportunity to work alongside our athletes by helping the staff athletic trainers with prevention, management and rehabilitation of injuries. If you have a good work ethic, have good grades, and would like to be a part of this organization, please pick up an application from the athletic training room and return to either Coach Batts or Coach Tron by April 10th.

    Wednesday, April 3

    Campus news…

    Are you interested in becoming a delegate or class officer for Student Council? Come to the meeting Thursday, April 4th, in room 1108 at 3:00 to find out more information and pick up a packet! See you there!

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The Class of 2021 is hosting a Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A Tuesday, April 9 from 5-8 PM. Please mention the name of our organization when ordering. Thank you for your support!

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    Congrats to our Girls Soccer team for becoming Area Champions last night! On to the third round this Friday against Clear Springs! Come show your support!

    The tennis program will be holding tryouts for the tennis beginning April 8th, anyone who is interested needs to be at the courts at 3 pm on April 8th or see Coach Lowe in the athletic hallway before April 8th, any questions email Coach Lowe.

    The Atascocita High School athletic trainers are currently looking for students that have an interest in joining the AHS Sports Medicine Program for the 2019-2020 school year. Sports medicine students have the opportunity to work alongside our athletes by helping the staff athletic trainers with prevention, management and rehabilitation of injuries. If you have a good work ethic, have good grades, and would like to be a part of this organization, please pick up an application from the athletic training room and return to either Coach Batts or Coach Tron by April 10th. 

    Tuesday, April 2

    Campus news…

    Chalk the Walk! Come out to the back patio during your lunch and write an encouraging message on the sidewalk! #noplaceforhate #AHSforALL

    Are you interested in becoming a delegate or class officer for Student Council? Come to the meeting on Thursday, April 4th, in room 1108 at 3:00 to find out more information and pick up a packet! See you there!

    Congrats to all 5 of our AHS Choirs that went to UIL Contest last week!! All groups received a Sweepstakes rating from the judges!  Thank you choir for all your hard work and thank you choir seniors for your leadership! Go Eagles!

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    The Class of 2021 is hosting a Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A Tuesday, April 9 from 5-8 PM. Please mention the name of our organization when ordering. Thank you for your support!

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    Girls soccer plays Brazoswood today for the Area Championship at 7:00 PM at Pasadena Memorial Stadium! Come out & support! Go Eagles!!!

    The tennis program will be holding tryouts for the tennis beginning April 8th, anyone who is interested needs to be at the courts at 3 pm on April 8th or see Coach Lowe in the athletic hallway before April 8th, any questions email Coach Lowe

    The Atascocita High School athletic trainers are currently looking for students that have an interest in joining the AHS Sports Medicine Program for the 2019-2020 school year. Sports medicine students have the opportunity to work alongside our athletes by helping the staff athletic trainers with prevention, management and rehabilitation of injuries. If you have a good work ethic, have good grades, and would like to be a part of this organization, please pick up an application from the athletic training room and return to either Coach Batts or Coach Tron by April 10th.

    This weekend the Eagles and Lady Eagles competed at the Texas Relays and the College Park Invitational. At the Texas Relays the team of; Tre' McCalla, Jathan Belaire, Henry Kiner, and Sir Hubbard, came in 2nd place and finished with the 3rd fastest time in the nation! The Lady Eagles won the 4x200 relay and the Distance Medley Relay at the College Park Invitational, and Avery Clover and Taylor Nelloms each took home 1st place in the 3200 meter run and the Long Jump. Way to go Eagles!

    March 29 2019

    Campus news

    Congratulations to our new 2019-2020 Student Council Officers!!

    • Trinity Deauvearo- President
    • Jahar Ricks - Vice President of External Affairs
    • Elyssa Cisneros - Vice President of Internal Affairs
    • Angelina Cadena - Secretary
    • Jana Saad - Treasurer
    • Channing Hanks - Publicist
    • Braevion Hodges - Parliamentarian

    Congratulations girls!! We are so proud of you!

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    Did you miss the parent meeting for the Costa Rica Trip?  Don't worry, you have until March 29 to sign up for the early bird discounted price.  See Mr. Campbell in Room T-16 for sign up information.
    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    PASS FAIL APPLICATIONS-  Applications are available now from your house counselor.  Applications are due by Friday, March 29th at 3:00 pm to your house counselor.

    Students - Follow the AHS Counselors on Twitter at AHS Counselors 1 for important information and announcements.  

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank


    In Sports…..

    Girls soccer is on to round 2 of the playoffs!
    The Atascocita High School athletic trainers are currently looking for students that have an interest in joining the AHS Sports Medicine Program for the 2019-2020 school year. Sports medicine students have the opportunity to work alongside our athletes by helping the staff athletic trainers with prevention, management and rehabilitation of injuries. If you have a good work ethic, have good grades, and would like to be a part of this organization, please pick up an application from the athletic training room and return to either Coach Batts or Coach Tron by April 10th.
    March is National Athletic Trainer Awareness Month. Stop by the athletic training room and show your appreciation to Coach Batts and Coach Troncoso for all their long hours and efforts to keep all AHS athletes healthy!

    March 28 2019

    Campus news…

    Today is the last day you can vote for Student Council elections! Stop by our booth at lunch today to get the QR code or vote at our table! If you have any questions or need assistance voting stop by room 1108!

    Congratulations girls!! We are so proud of you!

    HOSA spirit Night today all day at Raising Cane's in Kingwood. Just mention AHS HOSA when ordering to help support HOSA!

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accepting the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    Did you miss the parent meeting for the Costa Rica Trip?  Don't worry, you have until March 29 to sign up for the early bird discounted price.  See Mr. Campbell in Room T-16 for sign up information.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    PASS FAIL APPLICATIONS-  Applications are available now from your house counselor.  Applications are due by Friday, March 29th at 3:00 pm to your house counselor.

    Students - Follow the AHS Counselors on Twitter at AHS Counselors 1 for important information and announcements.  

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    Girls soccer is in the playoffs and will face off this Thursday, March 28th at 7:00 pm against Beaumont Westbrook at Stallworth Stadium in Baytown. Come out and support!!

    The Atascocita High School athletic trainers are currently looking for students that have an interest in joining the AHS Sports Medicine Program for the 2019-2020 school year. Sports medicine students have the opportunity to work alongside our athletes by helping the staff athletic trainers with prevention, management and rehabilitation of injuries. If you have a good work ethic, have good grades, and would like to be a part of this organization, please pick up an application from the athletic training room and return to either Coach Batts or Coach Tron by April 10th.

    March is National Athletic Trainer Awareness Month. Stop by the athletic training room and show your appreciation to Coach Batts and Coach Troncoso for all their long hours and efforts to keep all AHS athletes healthy!

    March 27 2019

    Campus news…

    Remember you can still vote for Student Council elections today! Stop by our booth at lunch today to get the QR code or vote at our table! If you have any questions or need assistance voting stop by room 1108!

    The process for trying out to become a 2019-2020 Patriette starts today! If you're planning on trying out, all paperwork is DUE TODAY at the beginning tryouts or to Mrs. Kennedy's office.

    HOSA spirit Night today all day at Raising Cane's in Kingwood. Just mention AHS HOSA when ordering to help support HOSA!

    Are you a good student and want to be great? Are you up to accept the challenge? The AVID challenge? If yes, join the AVID program and unlock your full potential. Please see Mr. Frank in 2009 or Mrs. Otis for an interview.

    Did you miss the parent meeting for the Costa Rica Trip?  Don't worry, you have until March 29 to sign up for the early bird discounted price.  See Mr. Campbell in Room T-16 for sign up information.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    PASS FAIL APPLICATIONS-  Applications are available now from your house counselor.  Applications are due by Friday, March 29th at 3:00 pm to your house counselor.

    Students - Follow the AHS Counselors on Twitter at AHS Counselors 1 for important information and announcements.  

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    In Sports…..

    Girls soccer is in the playoffs and will face off this Thursday, March 28th at 7:00 pm against Beaumont Westbrook at Stallworth Stadium in Baytown. Come out and support!!

    Gymnastics hosted the District Meet last Friday and both Girls and Boys teams placed 3rd to advance to Regionals next week in Round Rock! Congrats!!

    The Atascocita High School athletic trainers are currently looking for students that have an interest in joining the AHS Sports Medicine Program for the 2019-2020 school year. Sports medicine students have the opportunity to work alongside our athletes by helping the staff athletic trainers with prevention, management and rehabilitation of injuries. If you have a good work ethic, have good grades, and would like to be a part of this organization, please pick up an application from the athletic training room and return to either Coach Batts or Coach Tron by April 10th.

    March is National Athletic Trainer Awareness Month. Stop by the athletic training room and show your appreciation to Coach Batts and Coach Troncoso for all their long hours and efforts to keep all AHS athletes healthy!

    March 26, 2019

    Campus news

    Student Council elections start today! Stop by our booth at lunch to get the QR code or vote at our table! If you have any questions or need assistance voting stop by room 1108!

    This past weekend the Patriettes competed at Nationals in San Antonio where they received 3rd place Overall Nationals Team!

    They also received various awards for specific dances and groups.


    For Team Awards, the Patriettes won:

    • National Champion Extra Large Contemporary

    • National Champion Extra Large Jazz

    • National Champion Extra Large Novelty

    • Novelty received 2nd highest scoring routine of the ENTIRE DAY!

    • Novelty received a Crowd Pleaser Award

    • Overall National Champion Novelty!

    • Extra Large Team National Champions!

    • And 3rd Overall National Champions!


    For Officer Awards, the Patriettes won:

    • National Champion Extra Large Contemporary

    • National Champion Extra Large Lyrical

    • National Champion Extra Large Novelty

    • Crowd Pleaser awards for both Officer Contemporary and Officer Novelty

    • National Champion Extra Large Officer Group

    • And 3rd Overall National Champions!


    For Ensemble Awards:

    • Senior Dance received National Champion Large Ensemble

    • And Social Officer Dance received National Champion Social Officer Dance


    For Solo Awards:

    • Katilyn Lopez received semi-finalist 11th-grade soloist

    • Katie Holmes received 2nd runner up 11th-grade soloist

    • And Sharmane Joubert received National Champion 11th grade soloist


    Congratulations girls!! We are so proud of you!

    The process for trying out to become a 2019-2020 Patriette starts today! If you're planning on trying out, all paperwork is DUE TODAY at the beginning tryouts or to Mrs. Kennedy's office.

    HOSA spirit Night today all day at Raising Cane's in Kingwood. Just mention AHS HOSA when ordering to help support HOSA!

    Did you miss the parent meeting for the Costa Rica Trip?  Don't worry, you have until March 29 to sign up for the early bird discounted price.  See Mr. Campbell in Room T-16 for sign up information.

    The AHS Yearbook is still on sale for only $75.00. To order, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com.  Also, The AHS Yearbook Senior Picture Package deal is still available. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for all details.

    PASS FAIL APPLICATIONS-  Applications are available now from your house counselor.  Applications are due by Friday, March 29th at 3:00 pm to your house counselor.

    Students - Follow the AHS Counselors on Twitter at AHS Counselors 1 for important information and announcements.  

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank


    In Sports…..

    Girls soccer is in the playoffs and will face off this Thursday, March 28th at 7:00 pm against Beaumont Westbrook at Stallworth Stadium in Baytown. Come out and support!!

    Gymnastics hosted the District Meet last Friday and both Girls and Boys teams placed 3rd to advance to Regionals next week in Round Rock! Congrats!!

    March is National Athletic Trainer Awareness Month. Stop by the athletic training room and show your appreciation to Coach Batts and Coach Troncoso for all their long hours and efforts to keep all AHS athletes healthy!

    March 4, 2019

    Campus news…

    Registration is now open for the Last Session of After School Credit Recovery that will begin on March 25.  Space is limited. Fee is $50.00 cash or money order. Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information.

    Come to Christian Student Union on Monday's at 3pm in Room 2009 for snacks, fun, and fellowship. Any questions please contact Mr. Frank

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    Are you interested in an exciting adventure while giving back to a community?  Then join Mr. Campbell on his Make a Difference tour to Costa Rica, spring break 2020.  There will be a parent meeting today at 6:30 p.m. in room T-16. See Mr. Campbell for more information.  

    Although the Online Senior Recognition Ad through Jostens Website is now closed, you can still get your Senior Recognition Ad in the Yearbook. Please see the Yearbook Staff in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    In Sports…..

    March is National Athletic Trainer Awareness Month. Stop by the athletic training room and show your appreciation to Coach Batts and Coach Troncoso for all their long hours and efforts to keep all AHS athletes healthy!

    March 1 2019

    Campus news…

    Registration is now open for the Last Session of After School Credit Recovery that will begin on March 25.  Space is limited. Fee is $50.00 cash or money order. Please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro in room 1763 for more information.

    Come to Christian Student Union on Monday's at 3pm in Room 2009 for snacks, fun, and fellowship. Any questions please contact Mr. Frank

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesdays at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    Are you interested in an exciting adventure while giving back to a community?  Then join Mr. Campbell on his Make a Difference tour to Costa Rica, spring break 2020.  There will be a parent meeting on March 4, at 6:30 p.m. in room T-16. See Mr. Campbell for more information.  

    Although the Online Senior Recognition Ad through Jostens Website is now closed, you can still get your Senior Recognition Ad in the Yearbook. Please see the Yearbook Staff in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    The AHS Black Student Union has been invited to tour Huston-Tilotson University in Austin, TX on Thursday, March 7. We will be visiting Huston-Tilotson University and go dinner and a mini shopping trip at the Barton Creek Square Outlet Mall. The cost of the trip is only $45.00 per person. All money due Friday, March 1. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    February 28 2019

    Campus news…

    Are you interested in an exciting adventure while giving back to a community?  Then join Mr. Campbell on his Make a Difference tour to Costa Rica, spring break 2020.  There will be a parent meeting on March 4, at 6:30 p.m. in room T-16. See Mr. Campbell for more information.  

    Although the Online Senior Recognition Ad through Jostens Website is now closed, you can still get your Senior Recognition Ad in the Yearbook. Please see the Yearbook Staff in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    The AHS Black Student Union has been invited to tour Huston-Tilotson University in Austin, TX on Thursday, March 7. We will be visiting Huston-Tilotson University and go dinner and a mini shopping trip at the Barton Creek Square Outlet Mall. The cost of the trip is only $45.00 per person. All money due Friday, March 1. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    February 25, 2019

    Campus news

    Are you a student council member? If so, are you interested in becoming a student council officer next year? Come to a mandatory meeting this Wednesday, February 27th at 3 pm in room 1108 where we will discuss all the details!!

    Are you interested in an exciting adventure while giving back to a community?  Then join Mr. Campbell on his Make a Difference tour to Costa Rica, spring break 2020.  There will be a parent meeting on March 4, at 6:30 p.m. in room T-16. See Mr. Campbell for more information.  

    Although the Online Senior Recognition Ad through Jostens Website is now closed, you can still get your Senior Recognition Ad in the Yearbook. Please see the Yearbook Staff in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    Come to the Christian Student Union on Monday's at 3 pm in Room 2009 for snacks, fun, and fellowship. Any questions please contact Mr. Frank

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesday’s at 3 pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    The AHS Black Student Union has been invited to tour Huston-Tilotson University in Austin, TX on Thursday, March 7. We will be visiting Huston-Tilotson University and go dinner and a mini shopping trip at the Barton Creek Square Outlet Mall. The cost of the trip is only $45.00 per person. All money due Friday, March 1. Please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    February 15 2019
    Campus news…

    Dubai is a city of glamour, mystery, and enchantment and now you have the opportunity to travel there in June of 2020.  Ski and tube the indoor snow mountain, ride the world's fastest roller coaster, go on top of the world's tallest building, trek on a camel and off-road in the Arabian Desert, and so much more. If you are up for an adventure of a lifetime in the city of gold, come to the information meeting on Februrary 19th @ 6:00 PM in the AHS library.  See Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 for details.

    Don't feel like cooking? Want to have a pizza and movie night? Just call Papa Johns-Atascocita location anytime on Tuesday February 19th and mention "Atascocita HOSA" for our Spirit Night!!

    The AHS Yearbook Program will be offering Senior Picture Packages that include 3 Outfit Changes, Make-Up Artist, Flash Drive with all photos, and 100 Graduation Invitations. Package Prices are only $250.00 for Humble area, $300.00 for Downtown Houston, and $375.00 for Galveston. To book a session, please email ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com or call (231) 730-4775.

    Come to Christian Student Union on Monday's at 3pm in Room 2009 for snacks, fun, and fellowship. Any questions please contact Mr. Frank

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesday at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    Attention Seniors!!! Please don't forget to get your Senior Recognition Ad for the Yearbook. If you have not received a Brochure, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717 ASAP.

    February 14 2019

    Campus news…

    Dubai is a city of glamour, mystery, and enchantment and now you have the opportunity to travel there in June of 2020.  Ski and tube the indoor snow mountain, ride the world's fastest roller coaster, go on top of the world's tallest building, trek on a camel and off-road in the Arabian Desert, and so much more. If you are up for an adventure of a lifetime in the city of gold, come to the information meeting on Februrary 19th @ 6:00 PM in the AHS library.  See Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 for details.

    Don't feel like cooking? Want to have a pizza and movie night? Just call Papa Johns-Atascocita location anytime on Tuesday February 19th and mention "Atascocita HOSA" for our Spirit Night!!

    The AHS Yearbook Program will be offering Senior Picture Packages that include 3 Outfit Changes, Make-Up Artist, Flash Drive with all photos, and 100 Graduation Invitations. Package Prices are only $250.00 for Humble area, $300.00 for Downtown Houston, and $375.00 for Galveston. To book a session, please email ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com or call (231) 730-4775.

    Come to Christian Student Union on Monday's at 3pm in Room 2009 for snacks, fun, and fellowship. Any questions please contact Mr. Frank

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesday at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    Attention Seniors!!! Please don't forget to get your Senior Recognition Ad for the Yearbook. If you have not received a Brochure, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717 ASAP.

    February 13, 2019

    Campus news…

    The class of 2022 will be selling Valentine’s day boxes today. Stop by our table during all lunches to purchase a small box for $5.00 or a large box for $10.00. We will deliver on February 14th.
    Show your appreciation for your teacher, counselor, principal, and peers.

    Dubai is a city of glamour, mystery, and enchantment and now you have the opportunity to travel there in June of 2020.  Ski and tube the indoor snow mountain, ride the world's fastest roller coaster, go on top of the world's tallest building, trek on a camel and off-road in the Arabian Desert, and so much more. If you are up for an adventure of a lifetime in the city of gold, come to the information meeting on Februrary 19th @ 6:00 PM in the AHS library.  See Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 for details.

    Don't feel like cooking? Want to have a pizza and movie night? Just call Papa Johns-Atascocita location anytime on Tuesday February 19th and mention "Atascocita HOSA" for our Spirit Night!!

    The AHS Yearbook Program will be offering Senior Picture Packages that include 3 Outfit Changes, Make-Up Artist, Flash Drive with all photos, and 100 Graduation Invitations. Package Prices are only $250.00 for Humble area, $300.00 for Downtown Houston, and $375.00 for Galveston. To book a session, please email ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com or call (231) 730-4775.

    Come to Christian Student Union on Monday's at 3pm in Room 2009 for snacks, fun, and fellowship. Any questions please contact Mr. Frank

    Can you sing, rap, make music, or play instruments? Do you want to learn to express yourself musically? Come join A-1 music on Tuesday at 3pm in room 2009. Any questions please contact Mr.Frank

    February 12, 2019

    Campus news…

    The class of 2022 will be selling Valentine’s day boxes today and tomorrow. Stop by our table during all lunches to purchase a small box for $5.00 or a large box for $10.00. We will deliver on February 14th. Show your appreciation for your teacher, counselor, principal, and peers. Each box includes a tardy pass!

    Attention Class of 2021: This is the last week for the Nothing Bundt Cakes fundraiser.  Your order forms and money are due today and will be turned in to Ms. Wood in room 2507.  For every 10 boxes you sell, you will receive a tardy pass, not to exceed 5 passes per student.

    Dubai is a city of glamour, mystery, and enchantment and now you have the opportunity to travel there in June of 2020.  Ski and tube the indoor snow mountain, ride the world's fastest roller coaster, go on top of the world's tallest building, trek on a camel and off-road in the Arabian Desert, and so much more. If you are up for an adventure of a lifetime in the city of gold, come to the information meeting on Februrary 19th @ 6:00 PM in the AHS library.  See Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 for details.

    The AHS Yearbook Program will be offering Senior Picture Packages that include 3 Outfit Changes, Make-Up Artist, Flash Drive with all photos, and 100 Graduation Invitations. Package Prices are only $250.00 for Humble area, $300.00 for Downtown Houston, and $375.00 for Galveston. To book a session, please email ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com or call (231) 730-4775.

    In Sports….

    If you are interested in being a Patriette for the 2019-2020 school year, there is a tryout meeting for Patriette hopefuls and their parents TODAY (Tuesday, February 12) from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the AHS PAC. Tryouts packets will be available online soon.

    February 8, 2019

    Campus news…

    This week has been counselor appreciation week! Make sure you take the time to stop and thank them for all the hard work they do!!

    Attention Class of 2021: This is the last week for the Nothing Bundt Cakes fundraiser.  Your order forms and money are due February 11 - 12 and will be turned in to Ms. Wood in room 2507.  For every 10 boxes you sell, you will receive a tardy pass, not to exceed 5 passes per student.

    Attention Seniors!!! Please don't forget to get your Senior Recognition Ad for the Yearbook. If you have not received a Brochure, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717 ASAP.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $70.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    In Sports….

    AHS Cheer Tryouts will be held on April 4th & 5th.  A tryout packet and Information regarding cheer tryouts can be found on the AHS Cheer Website.

    Thursday, February 7

    Campus news…

    This week has been counselor appreciation week! Make sure you take the time to stop and thank them for all the hard work they do!!

    Attention Class of 2021: This is the last week for the Nothing Bundt Cakes fundraiser.  Your order forms and money are due February 11 - 12 and will be turned in to Ms. Wood in room 2507.  For every 10 boxes you sell, you will receive a tardy pass, not to exceed 5 passes per student.

    Attention Seniors!!! Please don't forget to get your Senior Recognition Ad for the Yearbook. If you have not received a Brochure, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717 ASAP.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $70.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    In Sports….

    AHS Cheer Tryouts will be held on April 4th & 5th.  A tryout packet and Information regarding cheer tryouts can be found on the AHS Cheer Website.

    Tuesday, February 5

    Campus news…

    Attention Seniors!!! Please don't forget to get your Senior Recognition Ad for the Yearbook. If you have not received a Brochure, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717 ASAP.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $70.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    In Sports….

    Atascocita Swimming & Diving had outstanding performances at this weekend’s Region 6-6A championship.  The Lady Eagles finished second in team scoring while the men finished sixth. Overall, the Eagles finished second in combined scoring.

    Atascocita placed all 22 qualifying athletes (swimmers & divers) into consolation finals or championship finals (which means every athlete scored).  Diving highlights include: AHS is the only team in the region to have all four divers in finals.  This is an outstanding accomplishment – congratulations Jolie Demazeliere, Sydnie Prochnow, Vienna Santana and Gabby Schoonover.
    Swimming highlights: Event champion - Madison Grafmiller - 500 Freestyle 

    Qualifying for the State Championships are:

    Maddie Grafmiller - 500 Freestyle

    Belle Caldwell - 500 Freestyle

    Lexie Green - 200 Freestyle and 100 Butterfly

    Girls 200 Freestyle Relay team of Tristien Fant, Lexie Green, Alyssa Stringer & Belle Caldwell

    Girls 400 Freestyle Relay team of Lexie Green, Anna Havnen, Tristien Fant & Belle Caldwell.

    On the boys side, Jr Gabriel Weikle set a new school record in the 100 Backstroke

    Awesome jobs swimmers & divers….On to State!

    Gymnastics competed at Round Rock Thursday. Both boys team and girls team placed 3rd. Freshman Hailey Carranza-Tubb helped to lead the way winning Uneven Bars. Next competition is Kingwood Klassic at Kingwood Feb 15.

    AHS Cheer Tryouts will be held on April 4th & 5th.  A tryout packet and Information regarding cheer tryouts can be found on the AHS Cheer Website.  

    January 30th, 2019

    Campus news…

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Prairie View A&M University for a college tour on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. The cost will be only $40.00 per person, which will be due by Monday, Feb. 4. Anyone interested in going please see Mr. Tatum ASAP.    

    Attention Seniors!!! Please don't forget to get your Senior Recognition Ad for the Yearbook. If you have not received a Brochure, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717 ASAP.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $70.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

     In Sports….

    Come out and support your lacrosse team this Saturday, Feb. 2nd as they face Cywoods in a home game. JV plays at 10am and Varsity at 12pm. The game will be on our AHS turf field. Go Eagles!

    AHS Cheer Tryouts will be held on April 4th & 5th.  A tryout packet and Information regarding cheer tryouts can be found on the AHS Cheer Website.

    January 29th, 2019

    Campus news…

    Technology Student Association will be holding a Spirit Night Fundraiser at Uberrito tonight from 4pm to 9pm.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Prairie View A&M University for a college tour on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. The cost will be only $40.00 per person, which will be due by Monday, Feb. 4. Anyone interested in going please see Mr. Tatum ASAP.    

    Attention Seniors!!! Please don't forget to get your Senior Recognition Ad for the Yearbook. If you have not received a Brochure, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717 ASAP.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $70.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order

    In Sports….

    Congratulations to the Patriettes whom competed this past weekend at MDDTT, hosted by the Kingwood Park High School Silver Stars. Our military officer lyrical won the choreography award. Katie Holmes and Abby Galvan won 1st place for their duet, and Colleen Canavan and Erin Canavan won 2nd place for their duet. The 9th grade solo runner up was Maddie Boone. 10th grade solo runner ups were Lana Scott, Erin Canavan, Renley Poche, and Miranda Rayburn. The 10th grade solo winner was Ellie Dougherty. The 11th grade runner ups were Katie Holmes, Kaitlin Lopez, and Natalya Pizarro. The 11th grade solo winner was Sharmane Joubert. The 12th grade solo runner ups were Leanne Flores, and Abby Galvan. The 12th grade solo winner was Colleen Canavan. Way to go girls!!

    The Atascocita High School Cheerleaders competed in the 6A Division 1 UIL State Spirit Competition this weekend in Fort Worth. The cheerleaders competed against 70 teams and finished 13 overall!  The Cheerleaders barely missed receiving a perfect score in the cheer category, scoring a 49.5 out of 50 possible points! Congratulations cheerleaders on your successful finish this competition season!  

    AHS Cheer Tryouts will be held on April 4th & 5th.  A tryout packet and Information regarding cheer tryouts can be found on the AHS Cheer Website.

    January 28th, 2019

    Campus news…

    Technology Student Association will be holding a Spirit Night Fundraiser at Uberrito tomorrow from 4pm to 9pm.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Prairie View A&M University for a college tour on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. The cost will be only $40.00 per person, which will be due by Monday, Feb. 4. Anyone interested in going please see Mr. Tatum ASAP.    

    Attention Seniors!!! Please don't forget to get your Senior Recognition Ad for the Yearbook. If you have not received a Brochure, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717 ASAP.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $70.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    In Sports….

    The Atascocita High School Cheerleaders competed in the 6A Division 1 UIL State Spirit Competition this weekend in Fort Worth. The cheerleaders competed against 70 teams and finished 13 overall!  The Cheerleaders barely missed receiving a perfect score in the cheer category, scoring a 49.5 out of 50 possible points! Congratulations cheerleaders on your successful finish this competition season!  

    AHS Cheer Tryouts will be held on April 4th & 5th.  A tryout packet and Information regarding cheer tryouts can be found on the AHS Cheer Website.  

    January 24, 2019

    Campus news…

    AHS Counselors will host a Junior Parent Night tonight at 6:30 pm in the PAC.  Juniors, please encourage your parents to attend.

    AHS will be offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to 10th, 11th and 12 graders on February 26, 2019. ASVAB is designed to help young people explore their career options and make a plan. Participation is free and voluntary. Register now through January 25th!

    Spanish National Honor Society applications were delivered this week to eligible sophomores and juniors.  If you are interested in joining and did not receive an application, please see Mrs. Arreola in T-5. All applications are due tomorrow, January 25 by 3PM.

    The Atascocita's Got Talent Showcase will be tomorrow, January 25th at 7 pm in the PAC. Tickets are $10 each and will be sold during all lunches and at the door. Hosts are Mr. Davis and Mr. Tumlison, and the talent is outstanding. All funds raised will benefit the AHS PTSA Senior Scholarship Fund. Come out and show your support.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Prairie View A&M University for a college tour on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. The cost will be only $40.00 per person, which will be due by Monday, Feb. 4. Anyone interested in going please see Mr. Tatum ASAP.    

    Attention Seniors!!! Please don't forget to get your Senior Recognition Ad for the Yearbook. If you have not received a Brochure, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717 ASAP.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $70.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    In Sports….

    Come out and support your AHS Lacrosse team in their first game of the season here at our AHS field this Saturday, Jan 26th! JV will play at 11am and Varsity will play at 1pm. Go Eagles!

     

    Tuesday, January 22, 2019

    Campus news…

    Congratulations to our 2018-2019 AHS Teacher of the Year Finalists. The top 10 finalists are:

    • Ms. Pam Arreola
    • Ms. Christe Aubespin
    • Ms. Itzel Burt
    • Ms. Mary Gregory
    • Ms. Debra Howsmon
    • Ms. Brianne Kalkman
    • Chief Warrant Officer 4 Lasyone
    • Mr. Brian Truck
    • Mr. Justin Vincent
    • Ms. Debbie Wood

    Students will vote from the list of finalists in their 5th-period class on Wednesday.

    Congratulations to these teachers and thank you for all of your hard work!

    The Class of 2021 will have a meeting tomorrow in the PAC during advisory to discuss our big fundraiser.

    AHS Counselors will host a Junior Parent Night on Thursday, January 24th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.  Juniors, please encourage your parents to attend.

    AHS will be offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to 10th, 11th and 12 graders on February 26, 2019. ASVAB is designed to help young people explore their career options and make a plan. Participation is free and voluntary. Register now through January 25th!

    Spanish National Honor Society applications were delivered this week to eligible sophomores and juniors.  If you are interested in joining and did not receive an application, please see Mrs. Arreola in T-5. All applications are due Friday, January 25 by 3PM.

    The Atascocita's Got Talent Showcase will be on Friday, January 25th at 7 pm in the PAC. Tickets are $10 each and will be sold during all lunches and at the door. Hosts are Mr. Davis and Mr. Tumlison, and the talent is outstanding. All funds raised will benefit the AHS PTSA Senior Scholarship Fund. Come out and show your support.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    Friday, January 18th, 2019

    Campus news…

    The Class of 2021 will have a meeting in the PAC January 23 during advisory to discuss our big fundraiser.

    AHS Counselors will host a Junior Parent Night on Thursday, January 24th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.  Juniors, please encourage your parents to attend.

    AHS will be offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to 10th, 11th and 12 graders on February 26, 2019. ASVAB is designed to help young people explore their career options and make a plan. Participation is free and voluntary. Register now through January 25th!

    Spanish National Honor Society applications were delivered this week to eligible sophomores and juniors.  If you are interested in joining and did not receive an application, please see Mrs. Arreola in T-5. All applications are due Friday, January 25 by 3PM.

    There will be an ASL competition at all the lunches tomorrow! students will be taught a simple phrase in ASL and must sign it correctly to an AP or Mr. Daniels in order to receive a tardy pass. Students will also be able to take a group photo of a students to spell out a phrase in ASL at the end of all lunches.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting today for this year's Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA at 7:00PM in Room 1717-Blue House. For any details please see Mr. Tatum.

    The Atascocita's Got Talent Showcase will be on Friday, January 25th at 7 pm in the PAC. Tickets are $10 each and will be sold during all lunches and at the door. Hosts are Mr. Davis and Mr. Tumlison, and the talent is outstanding. All funds raised will benefit the AHS PTSA Senior Scholarship Fund. Come out and show your support.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    7 AHS Choir students auditioned on Saturday, January 12 at the Woodlands HS at the TMEA Area F Choir Auditions.

    4 singers were named to the All-State Choir as well as a 1st Alternate.

    The 4 singers selected to the All-State Choir are:

    Caelia Marshall - Treble Choir Alto 2

    Kennedy Leonard - Mixed Choir Alto 2

    Alex Estrada - Mixed Choir Tenor 1

    Chris Martin - Mixed Choir Tenor 2

    Cesar Funes - 1st Alternate Tenor 2

    Congratulations to these singers and wish them the best as they travel to participate in the Texas Music Educators Association All-State Convention in San Antonio, Texas from February 13-16.

    In Sports….

    Track season has started! If you're interested in putting your speed to the test, or trying to see how far and high you can fly, or maybe you just want to show your  pure throwing power, join the AHS Track and Field Team. Just show up to the track at 3:10 with a current physical on file and be ready to have fun!

    Thursday, January 17th, 2019

    Campus news…

    The Class of 2021 will have a meeting in the PAC January 23 during advisory to discuss our big fundraiser.

    Seniors! Please pick up your Fun Packs after school in Mrs. Gregory's room, 1109. The last day to pick them up is today!

    AHS will be offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to 10th, 11th and 12 graders on February 26, 2019. ASVAB is designed to help young people explore their career options and make a plan. Participation is free and voluntary. Register now through January 25th!

    There will be an ASL competition at all the lunches tomorrow! students will be taught a simple phrase in ASL and must sign it correctly to an AP or Mr. Daniels in order to receive a tardy pass. Students will also be able to take a group photo of a students to spell out a phrase in ASL at the end of all lunches.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting today for this year's Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA at 7:00PM in Room 1717-Blue House. For any details please see Mr. Tatum.

    The Atascocita's Got Talent Showcase will be on Friday, January 25anuary 17th, 2019

    Campus news…

    The Class of 2021 will have a meeting in the PAC January 23 during advisory to discuss our big fundraiser.

    AHS Counselors will host a Parent Night for Freshmen and Sophomore Parents today, January 17th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.  Please encourath at 7 pm in the PAC. Tickets are $10 each and will be sold during all lunches and at the door. Hosts are Mr. Davis and Mr. Tumlison, and the talent is outstanding. All funds raised will benefit the AHS PTSA Senior Scholarship Fund. Come out and show your support.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    In Sports….

    Track season has started! If you're interested in putting your speed to the test, or trying to see how far and high you can fly, or maybe you just want to show your  pure throwing power, join the AHS Track and Field Team. Just show up to the track at 3:10 with a current physical on file and be ready to have fun!

    Thursday, January 17th, 2019

    Campus news…

    The Class of 2021 will have a meeting in the PAC January 23 during advisory to discuss our big fundraiser.

    AHS Counselors will host a Parent Night for Freshmen and Sophomore Parents today, January 17th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.  Please encourage your parents to attend.

    Seniors! Please pick up your Fun Packs after school in Mrs. Gregory's room, 1109. The last day to pick them up is today!

    AHS will be offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to 10th, 11th and 12 graders on February 26, 2019. ASVAB is designed to help young people explore their career options and make a plan. Participation is free and voluntary. Register now through January 25th!

    There will be an ASL competition at all the lunches tomorrow! students will be taught a simple phrase in ASL and must sign it correctly to an AP or Mr. Daniels in order to receive a tardy pass. Students will also be able to take a group photo of a students to spell out a phrase in ASL at the end of all lunches.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting today for this year's Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA at 7:00PM in Room 1717-Blue House. For any details please see Mr. Tatum.

    The Atascocita's Got Talent Showcase will be on Friday, January 25th at 7 pm in the PAC. Tickets are $10 each and will be sold during all lunches and at the door. Hosts are Mr. Davis and Mr. Tumlison, and the talent is outstanding. All funds raised will benefit the AHS PTSA Senior Scholarship Fund. Come out and show your support.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    In Sports….

    Track season has started! If you're interested in putting your speed to the test or trying to see how far and high you can fly, or maybe you just want to show your pure throwing power, join the AHS Track and Field Team. Just show up to the track at 3:10 with a current physical on file and be ready to have fun!

    Baseball tryouts will be held on Friday, January 25th @ 5:30 pm and on Saturday, January 26th @ 9:00 am and again at 2:00 pm.  Potential players MUST attend ALL THREE workouts in order to be considered.

    Tryouts will be held at the AHS Baseball Field.

    The following information will need to be turned in to Coach Matthews by January 18th. (Failure to turn in the necessary paperwork by January 18th will result in the student not being allowed to try out):

    Name, Grade
    All information INCLUDING PHYSICAL cleared in the Rank One System
    Copy of Current Grades
    All tryout participants will need to bring all baseball gear in order to work out.  Please be sure to also bring running shoes in addition to spikes to the tryout.
    If you have any questions about the tryouts please contact Coach Matthews prior to January 18th.

    Softball Tryouts will be Jan. 18 at 3:30 pm and Jan. 19 at 9 am and 3 pm.  You must have a physical turned into the trainers, all RankOne paperwork completed online, and have spoken to Coach Boyd by Jan. 14 to be considered.  You will need all of your softball equipment, spikes, and running shoes for tryouts.

    January 15th, 2019

    Campus news…

    AHS Counselors will host a Parent Night for Freshmen and Sophomore Parents on Thursday, January 17th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.  Please encourage your parents to attend.


    Seniors! Please pick up your Fun Packs after school in Mrs. Gregory's room, 1109. Pickup dates are tomorrow January 16th and Thursday, January 17th.


    AHS will be offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to 10th, 11th and 12 graders on February 26, 2019. ASVAB is designed to help young people explore their career options and make a plan. Participation is free and voluntary. Register now through January 25th!


    There will be an ASL competition at all the lunches on Friday! Students will be taught a simple phrase in ASL and must sign it correctly to an AP or Mr. Daniels in order to receive a tardy pass. Students will also be able to take a group photo of students to spell out a phrase in ASL at the end of all lunches.


    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting Thursday, January 17, 2019, for this year's Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA at 7:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House. For any details please see Mr. Tatum.


    Congratulations to the four choir students who auditioned and earned spots in this year's Texas Music Educator's Association All-State Honor Choirs! Placing into the All-State mixed choir was Alex Estrada, Kennedy Leonard, and Chris Martin. Place into the All-State Treble Choir was Caelia Marshall. If you see these students please offer them congratulations as they have been working since the summer for this huge honor!

    In Sports….

    Track season has started! If you're interested in putting your speed to the test or trying to see how far and high you can fly, or maybe you just want to show your pure throwing power, join the AHS Track and Field Team. Just show up to the track at 3:10 with a current physical on file and be ready to have fun!

    Baseball tryouts will be held on Friday, January 25th @ 5:30 pm and on Saturday, January 26th @ 9:00 am and again at 2:00 pm.  Potential players MUST attend ALL THREE workouts in order to be considered.

    Tryouts will be held at the AHS Baseball Field.

    The following information will need to be turned in to Coach Matthews by January 18th. (Failure to turn in the necessary paperwork by January 18th will result in the student not being allowed to try out):

    • Name, Grade
    • All information INCLUDING PHYSICAL cleared in the Rank One System
    • Copy of Current Grades
    • All tryout participants will need to bring all baseball gear in order to work out.  Please be sure to also bring running shoes in addition to spikes to the tryout.

    If you have any questions about the tryouts please contact Coach Matthews prior to January 18th.

    Softball Tryouts will be Jan. 18 at 3:30 pm and Jan. 19 at 9 am and 3 pm.  You must have a physical turned into the trainers, all RankOne paperwork completed online, and have spoken to Coach Boyd by Jan. 14 to be considered.  You will need all of your softball equipment, spikes, and running shoes for tryouts.

     

    January 14th, 2019

    Campus news…


    AHS Counselors will host a Parent Night for Freshmen and Sophomore Parents on Thursday, January 17th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.  Please encourage your parents to attend.

    Seniors! Please pick up your Fun Packs after school in Mrs. Gregory's room, 1109. Pickup dates are Monday January 14th, Wednesday January 16th, and Thursday January 17th.

    AHS will be offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to 10th, 11th and 12 graders on February 26, 2019. ASVAB is designed to help young people explore their career options and make a plan. Participation is free and voluntary. Register now through January 25th!

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 for this year's Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA at 7:00PM in Room 1717-Blue House. For any details please see Mr. Tatum.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    In Sports….

    Baseball tryouts will be held on Friday, January 25th @ 5:30 pm and on Saturday, January 26th @ 9:00 am and again at 2:00 pm.  Potential players MUST attend ALL THREE workouts in order to be considered.

    Tryouts will be held at the AHS Baseball Field.

    The following information will need to be turned in to Coach Matthews by January 18th. (Failure to turn in the necessary paperwork by January 18th will result in the student not being allowed to try out):

    • Name, Grade
    • All information INCLUDING PHYSICAL cleared in the Rank One System
    • Copy of Current Grades
    • All tryout participants will need to bring all baseball gear in order to work out.  Please be sure to also bring running shoes in addition to spikes to the tryout.

    If you have any questions about the tryouts please contact Coach Matthews prior to January 18th.

    Softball Tryouts will be Jan. 18 at 3:30 pm and Jan. 19 at 9 am and 3 pm.  You must have a physical turned into the trainers, all RankOne paperwork completed online, and have spoken to Coach Boyd by Jan. 14 to be considered.  You will need all of your softball equipment, spikes, and running shoes for tryouts.

     

    January 11th, 2019

    Campus news…

    AHS Counselors will host a Parent Night for Freshmen and Sophomore Parents on Thursday, January 17th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.  Please encourage your parents to attend.

    Seniors! Please pick up your Fun Packs after school in Mrs. Gregory's room, 1109. Pickup dates are Monday, January 14th, Wednesday, January 16th, and Thursday, January 17th.

    AHS will be offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to 10th, 11th and 12 graders on February 26, 2019. ASVAB is designed to help young people explore their career options and make a plan. Participation is free and voluntary. Register now through January 25th!

    There are only 2 days left to register for the After School Credit Recovery program that begins on Monday.  Please see Mrs. Toro today in room 1763, in downstairs blue, if you are interested in the program. Cost for the program is $50 cash or money order.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  

    In Sports….

    Baseball tryouts will be held on Friday, January 25th @ 5:30 pm and on Saturday, January 26th @ 9:00 am and again at 2:00 pm.  Potential players MUST attend ALL THREE workouts in order to be considered.

    Tryouts will be held at the AHS Baseball Field.

    The following information will need to be turned in to Coach Matthews by January 18th. (Failure to turn in the necessary paperwork by January 18th will result in the student not being allowed to try out):

    • Name, Grade
    • All information INCLUDING PHYSICAL cleared in the Rank One System
    • Copy of Current Grades
    • All tryout participants will need to bring all baseball gear in order to work out.  Please be sure to also bring running shoes in addition to spikes to the tryout.

    If you have any questions about the tryouts please contact Coach Matthews prior to January 18th.

    Softball Tryouts will be Jan. 18 at 3:30 pm and Jan. 19 at 9 am and 3 pm.  You must have a physical turned into the trainers, all RankOne paperwork completed online, and have spoken to Coach Boyd by Jan. 14 to be considered.  You will need all of your softball equipment, spikes, and running shoes for tryouts.

    Thursday, January 10th, 2019

    Campus news…

    AHS will be offering the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) to 10th, 11th and 12 graders on February 26, 2019. ASVAB is designed to help young people explore their career options and make a plan. Participation is free and voluntary. Register now through January 25th!

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting for only $75.00. Please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com to place your order.

    There are only 7 spots left for the Annual BSU Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for details.

    If you have any pictures and/or videos from Christmas Break that you would like to be considered for this year's Yearbook, please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com  


    In Sports….

    Baseball tryouts will be held on Friday, January 25th @ 5:30 pm and on Saturday, January 26th @ 9:00 am and again at 2:00 pm.  Potential players MUST attend ALL THREE workouts in order to be considered.
    All tryouts will be held at the AHS Baseball Field.
    The following information will need to be turned in to Coach Matthews by January 18th. (Failure to turn in the necessary paperwork by January 18th will result in student not being allowed to tryout):
    • Name, Grade
    • All information INCLUDING PHYSICAL cleared in the Rank One System
    • Copy of Current Grades
    All tryout participants will need to bring all baseball gear in order to work out.  Please be sure to also bring running shoes in addition to spikes to the tryout.
    If you have any questions about the tryouts please contact Coach Matthews prior to January 18th.

    Softball Tryouts will be Jan. 18 at 3:30 pm and Jan. 19 at 9 am and 3 pm.  You must have a physical turned into the trainers, all RankOne paperwork completed online, and have spoken to Coach Boyd by Jan. 14 to be considered.  You will need all of your softball equipment, spikes, and running shoes for tryouts.

    Wednesday, December 12, 2018

    December 12th, 2018

    Campus news…

    This Friday STUCO will be having a movie night at the practice field! Our movie premiere is ELF! We hope that everyone shows up and isn’t a cotton-headed ninny-muggin. The movie will start roughly at 630 pm. We will have other activities starting at 5! These activities include: food trucks, a visit with Santa, games, crafts, and REAL SNOW!!! Tickets will be sold for $5. Don’t forget a cozy blanket to snuggle up in! AND REMEMBER: The best way to spread Christmas Cheer, is singing loud for all to hear

    Exemption forms will be ready to be picked up on Friday, Dec 14.  Check with your House Secretary to see if you owe any fines or fees.  All fines and fees need to be cleared before a student is able to receive their form.

    Registration for the January 14th Session of After School Credit Recovery has begun.   Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in recovery your credits before summer, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form.  Space is limited. Register early!!!

    The end of the semester is right around the corner.  Check with your teachers to see if you owe any classroom fees and also your house secretary for all id fines.  All fines need to be paid before a student is able to get their exemption form.

    There are only 21 spots left that are available for the Annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House ASAP!!!

    AHS Theatre Arts will present TWO Productions in the Black Box Theater over the next week! Ordinary People, a story of a troubled teenager and his family dealing with loss; and A Piece of My Heart, an empowering tale of the women who served during the Vietnam War and their multiple experiences. Please see any of the posters around school for show dates and times, or visit www.theatreAHS.com for that info. All tickets are sold online, so again be sure to visit www.theatreAHS.com. Please come out and support these students and their work!

    Tickets will be available for sale at all lunches today. $10 each.

    Attention Eagles! PTSA is hosting The Atascocita's Got Talent Show on January, 25th. Want to showcase your talent? Click on the banner on the AHS website for more detailed information and sign-up! Tryots will be held on Tuesday, December 11th and Thursday, December 13th in the Red LGI.  The top 3 winners will receive a cash prize!

    In Sports….

    Gymnastics competed at the Humble Invitational Friday. Sophomore Nasiri Mond lead the way winning balance beam and All-Around. The girls team is currently ranked 8th in Texas!

    Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

    Campus news…

    This week is Christmas Spirit Week!! Today is MistleToes, we hope you are wearing your favorite christmas socks and tomorrow is clash of the classes!

    This Friday STUCO will be having a movie night at the practice field! Our movie premiere is ELF! We hope that everyone shows up and isn’t a cotton-headed ninny-muggin. The movie will start roughly at 630 pm. We will have other activities starting at 5! These activities include: food trucks, a visit with Santa, games, crafts, and REAL SNOW!!! Tickets will be sold for $5. Don’t forget a cozy blanket to snuggle up in! AND REMEMBER: The best way to spread Christmas Cheer, is singing loud for all to hear

    Exemption forms will be ready to be picked up on Friday, Dec 14.  Check with your House Secretary to see if you owe any fines or fees.  All fines and fees need to be cleared before a student is able to receive their form.

    Registration for the January 14th Session of After School Credit Recovery has begun.   Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested in recovery your credits before summer, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form.  Space is limited. Register early!!!

    The end of the semester is right around the corner.  Check with your teachers to see if you owe any classroom fees and also your house secretary for all id fines.  All fines need to be paid before a student is able to get their exemption form.

    There are only 21 spots left that are available for the Annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House ASAP!!!

    AHS Theatre Arts will present TWO Productions in the Black Box Theater over the next week! Ordinary People, a story of a troubled teenager and his family dealing with loss; and A Piece of My Heart, an empowering tale of the women who served during the Vietnam War and their multiple experiences. Please see any of the posters around school for show dates and times, or visit www.theatreAHS.com for that info. All tickets are sold online, so again be sure to visit www.theatreAHS.com. Please come out and support these students and their work!

    Tickets will be available for sale at all lunches starting today. $10 each.

    Attention Eagles! PTSA is hosting The Atascocita's Got Talent Show on January, 25th. Want to showcase your talent? Click on the banner on the AHS website for more detailed information and sign-up! Tryots will be held on Tuesday, December 11th and Thursday, December 13th in the Red LGI.  The top 3 winners will receive a cash prize!

    In Sports….

    Come out and support our Varsity Lady Eagles who play here at 7 pm.  

    Gymnastics competed at the Humble Invitational Friday. Sophomore Nasiri Mond led the way winning balance beam and All-Around. The girl's team is currently ranked 8th in Texas!

    Attention Eagles, the boy's basketball team has gotten off to a great start.  Their record is currently 11-3 and 1-0 in district play. We battle South Houston High School tonight here at the Nest!  Come support all our teams tonight. Freshman A& B Teams 4:00, JV & Sophomores at 5:30 and Varsity at 7:00. Go Eagles!!!

    Thursday, November 29th, 2018

    Campus news…

    There are only 21 spots left that are available for the Annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House ASAP!!!

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting at only $70.00. To order your Yearbook please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com     

    In Sports….

    Come out and support AHS Football team this Saturday 2 pm NRG Stadium against Cy Fair. We will be selling tickets at all lunches today $6.00 students, $11.00 Adults, $15.00 at the gate. Parking $12.00 at NRG. 

    Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Student council members! We will be doing a Christmas themed Deck the Halls today after school from 3-8! We will be painting Christmas themed signs to hang up and down Main Street! Come join us with some Christmas cheer!

    There are only 21 spots left that are available for the Annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House ASAP!!!

    In Sports….

    Girls Soccer tryouts are happening today after school. It will be out on the practice fields and you must have a physical on file and athletic paperwork filled out.

    Tuesday, November 27th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Student council members! We will be doing a Christmas themed Deck the Halls this Wednesday after school from 3-8! We will be painting Christmas themed signs to hang up and down Main Street! Come join us with some Christmas cheer!

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting at only $70.00. To order your Yearbook please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com    

    In Sports….

    Remember Girls Soccer tryouts are through Wednesday after school. It will be out on the practice fields and you must have a physical on file and athletic paperwork filled out.

    Thursday, November 15th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Attention Juniors:  The popcorn and tumbler fundraiser will be available for pick up today from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the Red LGI.  Please make plans to pick up your products during this time. Thank you to everyone who made this a very successful fundraiser!

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting at only $70.00. To order your Yearbook please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com     

    The first $50.00 Deposit to reserve your spot for the annual Black Student Union Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA is due tomorrow, November 16. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in room 1717-Blue House for further details.

    In Sports….

    Girls soccer tryouts will be Monday, November 26th - 28th, when we get back from Thanksgiving break, outside on the practice fields after school. All girls wishing to try out will need a physical on file along with completed paperwork. Please find coach Barnes if you have any questions.

    We will be selling Round 1 Playoff tickets today during all lunches for Friday’s game against Channelview HS @ Turner Stadium 7 pm.

    Tickets are: Students $4.00 Adults $6.00 at the gate $8.00  

    Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Attention Juniors:  The popcorn and tumbler fundraiser will be available for pick up today from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Red LGI.  Please make plans to pick up your products during this time. Thank you to everyone who made this a very successful fundraiser!

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting at only $70.00. To order your Yearbook please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com     

    The first $50.00 Deposit to reserve your spot for the annual Black Student Union Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA is due tomorrow, November 16. If you are planning to go, please see Mr. Tatum in room 1717-Blue House for further details.

    In Sports….

    Girls soccer tryouts will be Monday November 26th - 28th, when we get back from Thanksgiving break, outside on the practice fields after school. All girls wishing to try out will need a physical on file along with completed paperwork. Please find coach Barnes if you have any questions.

    Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Student council members: there will be a short meeting tomorrow at 3 in room 1108.

    Don’t forgot to contribute to our annual AHS THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE!! Teachers will collect items until wednesday for the class contest through their 5th period classes.  The winning teacher's 5th period class will receive a PIZZA PARTY and TARDY pass on Friday!!!

    Attention Juniors:  The popcorn and tumbler fundraiser will be available for pick up this Thursday from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in the Red LGI.  Please make plans to pick up your products during this time. Thank you to everyone who made this a very successful fundraiser!

    Thursday class will be held on Wednesday this week.  Wednesday, November 14.
    There is NO Thursday class this week.

    The AHS Yearbook is now on sale starting at only $70.00. To order your Yearbook please go to www.jostensyearbooks.com 

    Monday, November 12th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Don’t forget to contribute to our annual AHS THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE!! Teachers will collect items until November 14 for the class contest through their 5th-period classes.  The winning teacher's 5th-period class will receive a PIZZA PARTY and TARDY pass on November 16.

    In Sports….

    Congratulations to our girls of the week last week! Spirit Girl: Elle Shanks and Dancer: Kaitlyn Lopez. Way to go girls!

    Congratulations to the following eagle volleyball players who received the following all-district honors:
    Setter of the Year: Sophomore Trinity Funderburk
    1st team all district: Senior London Marder & Junior  Lona Bailey
    2nd team all district: Junior Zaire Miles & Sophomore Julianna Rodriguez
    Honorable Mention: Senior, Mariah Laday, Senior Carmyn Baughman, Junior Ashlynne Fitzgerald

    Academic All-District: Carmyn Baughman, Trinity Funderburk, London Marder, Julianna Rodriguez, Isabella Warnock

    Thursday, November 8th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Don’t forget to contribute to our annual AHS THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE!! The goal for AHS is to collect 5000 food items to donate to those in need! Teachers will collect items from November 1- November 14 for the class contest through their 5th-period classes.  The winning teacher's 5th-period class will receive a PIZZA PARTY and TARDY pass on November 16. Let's show the community what happens when the Eagles are ALL IN for The Hunger Games!

    In Sports….

    Come out and support the Varsity Football team this Friday against Humble HS, Turner stadium @ 7 pm (Faculty Appreciation Night). We will be selling tickets during all lunches today and tomorrow.

    Tickets prices are: Students $3.00, Adults $5.00  

    Wednesday, November 7th, 2018

    Campus news…

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA today November 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    Let THE HUNGER GAMES begin! Contribute to our annual AHS THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE!! The food drive is our first chance to make a big difference for others during the holidays!! The goal for AHS is to collect 5000 food items to donate to those in need! Teachers will collect items from November 1- November 14 for the class contest through their 5th period classes.  The winning teacher's 5th period class will receive a PIZZA PARTY and TARDY pass on November 16. Let's show the community what happens when the Eagles are ALL IN for The Hunger Games!

    Congratulations to our harpist Kirsten Karamihan for making the 2018-2019 All-State Orchestra this year on Harp. Honorable mention to bassist, Andrew Olges and cellist, Aili Kangasniemi for advancing to the All-Area. Thank you all for representing AHS!

    In Sports….

    Congratulations to our Patriette girls of the week last week: Spirit Girl - Gisele Rodriguez and Dancer - Hannah King! Way to go girls!

    Tuesday November 6th, 2018

    Campus news…

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    Let THE HUNGER GAMES begin! Contribute to our annual AHS THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE!! The food drive is our first chance to make a big difference for others during the holidays!! The goal for AHS is to collect 5000 food items to donate to those in need! Teachers will collect items from November 1- November 14 for the class contest through their 5th-period classes.  The winning teacher's 5th-period class will receive a PIZZA PARTY and TARDY pass on November 16. Let's show the community what happens when the Eagles are ALL IN for The Hunger Games!

    The AHS Yearbook now starts at $70.00. this price is good only until January 4, 2019. To order your Yearbook, please visit www.jostensyearbooks.com    

    In Sports….

    There will be NO pep rally this Friday. It has been rescheduled for November 16th for the first playoff football game!

    Congratulations to Avery Clover who finished 23rd out of 152 athletes at the UIL State Cross Country Meet! Avery has had a phenomenal Cross Country  season and is the only female Cross Country athlete to go to the State Meet back to back! She is also our new school record holder in the 5k running a 17:34. Your teammates and coaches are very proud of you! Congrats on a great season!

    Friday, November 2, 2018

    Campus news…

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    Congratulations to all Orchestra members who represented our school on November 1st. Special shout out to Alex Sellers, Will McKinney, Aiden Deshays, Gabby De La O, Cristina Campuzano for placing top chairs in All-Region Philharmonic  Orchestra. Also a big CONGRATS to Gabby and Kirsten Karamihan, Jessica Nickell, Laurel Jackson, Josh Buning, Melody Lie-who, Jeremy Show-van, and Andrew Ogles for placing top chairs in All-Region Symphony Orchestra!

    Let THE HUNGER GAMES begin! Contribute to our annual AHS THANKSGIVING FOOD DRIVE!! The food drive is our first chance to make a big difference for others during the holidays!! The goal for AHS is to collect 5000 food items to donate to those in need! Teachers will collect items from November 1- November 14 for the class contest through their 5th period classes.  The winning teacher's 5th period class will receive a PIZZA PARTY and TARDY pass on November 16. Let's show the community what happens when the Eagles are ALL IN for The Hunger Games!

    We will not be holding Saturday class it will be rescheduled for next week per Mr. Falker.

    Thursday, November 1, 2018

    Campus news…

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Math and Science league took home many awards from the Carnegie Vanguard Meet this weekend. Please congratulate Jordan wells, Danney Arreola, Richard Dygert, Max Jeremica, and Robert Taylor for their top awards.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    Have a Paranormal Testimony or Scary Experience? Tell the AHS Talon all about it for our  "Monsters, Inc." Halloween Series!!! Please email your experience to ahstalonnewspaper@gmail.com or stop by Room 1717 to be interviewed by Ms. Ellory Brossette.

    In Sports…

    Congratulations to our Patriette girls of the week last week! Spirit Girl: Bailey Lambert and Dancer: Erin Canavan. Way to go girls!

    Monday, October 29th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Are you interested in helping animals? Students for Animal Protection will have its next club meeting today at 3pm in Blue 2, room 2603. See you there.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    Have a Paranormal Testimony or Scary Experience? Tell the AHS Talon all about it for our  "Monsters, Inc." Halloween Series!!! Please email your experience to ahstalonnewspaper@gmail.com or stop by Room 1717 to be interviewed by Ms. Ellory Brossette.

    Congratulations to our intrepid orchestra students who represented us this weekend at the T.M.E.A. All-State Orchestra Auditions. Shout out to Gabby and Kirsten Karamihan, Lauren Jackson, Samuelle Buning, Rachel Vickery, Melody Lihou,  Jeremy Chauvin, Aili Kangasniemi, Andrew Ogles, and Kevin Muzzarelli on their hard work and dedication!

    In Sports…

    Congrats to the Varsity Football team who defeated Summer Creek 36-35 Way to go EAGLES!

    Friday, October 26th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Make sure you get your Pink Out shirts, which are for sale at all lunches, to wear at the football game. Bring your spare change to lunches...if we collect $300 this week, Coach Stump will kiss a pig at the pink out pep rally. Let's have a great week & raise money for an important cause!

    Are you interested in helping animals? Students for Animal Protection will have its next club meeting Mon., Oct. 29th at 3pm in Blue 2, room 2603. See you there.

    Have a Paranormal Testimony or Scary Experience? Tell the AHS Talon all about it for our  "Monsters, Inc." Halloween Series!!! Please email your experience to ahstalonnewspaper@gmail.com or stop by Room 1717 to be interviewed by Ms. Ellory Brossette.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    In Sports…

    We will be selling football ticket during all lunch today for the Pink out game against Summer Creek HS tonight at Turner Stadium at 7 pm.

    Thursday, October 25nd, 2018

    Campus news…

    Pink Out week is here! Make sure you get your Pink Out shirts, which are for sale at all lunches, to wear Friday for the pep rally & football game. Bring your spare change to lunches...if we collect $300 this week, Coach Stump will kiss a pig at the pink out pep rally. Let's have a great week & raise money for an important cause!

    Don't forget, Eagle Pals TRUNK or TREAT, tonight in the front circle from 7-8pm.  Come decorate your trunk and dress in costume for a fun evening of friendship!

    Are you interested in helping animals? Students for Animal Protection will have its next club meeting Mon., Oct. 29th at 3pm in Blue 2, room 2603. See you there.

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    Have a Paranormal Testimony or Scary Experience? Tell the AHS Talon all about it for our  "Monsters, Inc." Halloween Series!!! Please email your experience to ahstalonnewspaper@gmail.com or stop by Room 1717 to be interviewed by Ms. Ellory Brossette.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    The AHS BSU Field Trip to Texas Southern University this Friday is down to only 9 slots available. To reserve your seat, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House.

    In Sports…

    We will be selling football ticket during all lunch today, and tomorrow for the Pink out game against Summer Creek HS, on Friday October 26th Turner Stadium 7 pm.

    Wednesday, October 24nd, 2018

    Campus news…

    Pink Out week is here! Make sure you get your Pink Out shirts, which are for sale at all lunches, to wear Friday for the pep rally & football game. We will also have Kona Ice here today, so bring your money for a snow cone! And, bring your spare change to lunches...if we collect $300 this week, Coach Stump will kiss a pig at the pink out pep rally. Let's have a great week & raise money for an important cause!

    Eagle Pals will be having TRUNK or TREAT, tomorrow from 7-8pm in the Front Circle.  Come decorate your trunk and have fun with friends!  All Eagle Pals will be matched with a PAL on Thursday night!  Eagle Pals are encouraged to go to the PINK OUT game together on Friday night!   If you are interested in being an EAGLE PAL, please contact Mrs. Sadler in room 1766.  

    Are you interested in helping animals? Students for Animal Protection will have its next club meeting Mon., Oct. 29th at 3pm in Blue 2, room 2603. See you there.

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    Have a Paranormal Testimony or Scary Experience? Tell the AHS Talon all about it for our  "Monsters, Inc." Halloween Series!!! Please email your experience to ahstalonnewspaper@gmail.com or stop by Room 1717 to be interviewed by Ms. Ellory Brossette.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    The AHS BSU Field Trip to Texas Southern University this Friday is down to only 9 slots available. To reserve your seat, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House.ot delay!!!

    AHS Choir hosted Region Auditions on Monday evening.  There were 37 students who competed and 27 advanced to the Pre-Area Auditions which will be held at Davis High School on November 29th.  The following students advanced:
    Soprano 1: Mackenzie Jenkins, Lourdes Ruiz, and Audrey Baker
    Soprano 2:  Claire Ste. Marie, Julianne Ellington, Addie Hamilton, Jada Higgins, Diana Guerrero - 1st alternate, and Mia Priegue - 2nd alternate
    Alto 1: Nina Cosme, Brianna Symmes, and Ashlin Arbour
    Alto 2: Kennedy Leonard, Caelia Marshall, Alyssa Snyder, and Jaelynn Knox
    Tenor 1: Alex Estrada
    Tenor 2: Chris Martin, Cesar Funes, Grayson Bushnell and Seth Maldonado
    Bass 1: Brandon Jenkins and Blake Camarce
    Bass 2: Parker Carter, Augustine Guerrero, Pablo Quiroz, Gunnar Moore, Angel Melo, and Fernando Mancilla
    All our students worked very hard preparing for these auditions and we are VERY proud! Go Eagles!

    In Sports…

    Congratulations to our Patriette girls of the week last week: Spirit Girl - Chloe Sumrall and Dancer - Taylor Lilly. Way to go girls!

    We will be selling football ticket during all lunch today, tomorrow and Friday for the Pink out game against Summer Creek HS, on Friday October 26th Turner Stadium 7 pm.

    Tuesday, October 23nd, 2018


    Campus news…

    Pink Out week is here! Make sure you get your Pink Out shirts, which are for sale at all lunches, to wear Friday for the pep rally & football game. We will also have Kona Ice here on Wednesday, so bring your money for a snowcone! And, bring your spare change to lunches...if we collect $300 this week, Coach Stump will kiss a pig at the pink out pep rally. Let's have a great week & raise money for an important cause!

    Come out and join HOSA for our spirit night at Chick-Fil-A tonight night from 5-8pm.

    Eagle Pals will be having TRUNK or TREAT, this Thursday from 7-8pm in the Front Circle.  Come decorate your trunk and have fun with friends! All Eagle Pals will be matched with a PAL on Thursday night!  Eagle Pals are encouraged to go to the PINK OUT game together on Friday night! If you are interested in being an EAGLE PAL, please contact Mrs. Sadler in room 1766.  

    Are you interested in helping animals? Students for Animal Protection will have its next club meeting Mon., Oct. 29th at 3pm in Blue 2, room 2603. See you there.

    Attention Juniors:  don't forget your fundraising money is due today, October 23rd.  Mrs. Melvin will be in the cafeteria during all lunches to collect your money.

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    Have a Paranormal Testimony or Scary Experience? Tell the AHS Talon all about it for our  "Monsters, Inc." Halloween Series!!! Please email your experience to ahstalonnewspaper@gmail.com or stop by Room 1717 to be interviewed by Ms. Ellory Brossette.

    There will be a mandatory Parent Meeting for anyone who is interested for the annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 7:00pm in room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for any details.

    There are only 11 spots left for the BSU Trip to Texas Southern University this Friday. To solidify your spot, see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House ASAP. Do not delay!!!

     

    Monday, October 22nd, 2018

    Campus news…

    Pink Out week is here! Make sure you get your Pink Out shirts, which are for sale at all lunches, to wear Friday for the pep rally & football game. We will also have Kona Ice here on Wednesday, so bring your money for a snowcone! And, bring your spare change to lunches...if we collect $300 this week, Coach Stump will kiss a pig at the pink out pep rally. Let's have a great week & raise money for an important cause!

    Come out and join HOSA for our spirit night at Chick-Fil-A Tuesday night from 5-8pm.

    Are you interested in helping animals? Students for Animal Protection will have its next club meeting Mon., Oct. 29th at 3pm in Blue 2, room 2603. See you there.

    Attention Juniors:  don't forget your fundraising money is due Tuesday, October 23rd.  Mrs. Melvin will be in the cafeteria during all lunches to collect your money.

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    Have a Paranormal Testimony or Scary Experience? Tell the AHS Talon all about it for our  "Monsters, Inc." Halloween Series!!! Please email your experience to ahstalonnewspaper@gmail.com or stop by Room 1717 to be interviewed by Ms. Ellory Brossette.

    Friday, October 19th, 2018

    Campus news…

    NTHS (national technical honor society) membership applications and paperwork are due today, October 19th.  Any questions, ask Ms. Askew Rm 1745!

    Attention Juniors:  don't forget your fundraising money is due Tuesday, October 23rd.  Mrs. Melvin will be in the cafeteria during all lunches to collect your money.

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    Picture Make-Up and Re-Take Day will be in Blue LGI today, October 19. Please bring your current picture package to return to Scott Tate Photography if you are retaking your pictures.

    The AHS Yearbook Staff will be collecting Senior Signatures for the Senior Graduation Picture section in the back of the cafeteria today during all four lunch periods. Please visit their tables so you can provide your signature to go under your name and picture for the Yearbook.

    Have a Paranormal Testimony or Scary Experience? Tell the AHS Talon all about it for our  "Monsters, Inc." Halloween Series!!! Please email your experience to ahstalonnewspaper@gmail.com or stop by Room 1717 to be interviewed by Ms. Ellory Brossette.

    In Sports…

    We will be selling tickets to the Varsity Football game on Friday during all lunches, against Dobie HS on Saturday @ Turner stadium 6 pm.

    Tickets are: Students $3.00, Adults $5.00 and all tickets at the gate $7.00

    Wednesday, October 17th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Student council members, there will be a brief meeting in the Red LGI today at 3 pm.

    NTHS (national technical honor society) membership applications and paperwork are due by Friday, October 19th.  Any questions, ask Ms. Askew Rm 1745!

    Seniors, please encourage your parents to attend a Senior Parent night with the AHS counselors on Thursday, October 18th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.    Topics will include graduation requirements, financial aid, scholarships and much more!   Seniors, you are welcome to attend with your parent.

    Attention Juniors:  don't forget your fundraising money is due Tuesday, October 23rd.  Mrs. Melvin will be in the cafeteria during all lunches to collect your money.

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to New Orleans, LA for this year's annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to visit Grambling State University, Xavier University, and Southern University. There will be a student informational meeting today, October 17, 2018 immediately after school at 3:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for more details.

    Picture Make-Up and Re-Take Day will be in Blue LGI on Friday, October 19. Please bring your current picture package to return to Scott Tate Photography if you are retaking your pictures.

    The AHS Yearbook Staff will be collecting Senior Signatures for the Senior Graduation Picture section in the back of the cafeteria during all four lunch periods all of this week. Please visit their tables so you can provide your signature to go under your name and picture for the Yearbook.

    Tuesday, October 16th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Student council members, there will be a brief meeting in the Red LGI tomorrow at 3 pm.

    The AHS Speech and Debate team competed at Grand Oaks High School in Conroe ISD. Samantha Tipton Competed in Novice Prose taking 1st Place and Championship Impromptu taking 2nd place. 

    The AHS Speech and Debate team is very proud of our first year champion!

    NTHS (national technical honor society) membership applications and paperwork are due by Friday, October 19th.  Any questions, ask Ms. Askew Rm 1745!

    Seniors, please encourage your parents to attend a Senior Parent night with the AHS counselors on Thursday, October 18th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.    Topics will include graduation requirements, financial aid, scholarships and much more!   Seniors, you are welcome to attend with your parent.

    Attention Juniors:  don't forget your fundraising money is due Tuesday, October 23rd.  Mrs. Melvin will be in the cafeteria during all lunches to collect your money.

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to New Orleans, LA for this year's annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to visit Grambling State University, Xavier University, and Southern University. There will be a student informational meeting tomorrow, October 17, 2018 immediately after school at 3:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for more details.

    Picture Make-Up and Re-Take Day will be in Blue LGI on Friday, October 19. Please bring your current picture package to return to Scott Tate Photography if you are retaking your pictures.

    The AHS Yearbook Staff will be collecting Senior Signatures for the Senior Graduation Picture section in the back of the cafeteria during all four lunch periods all of this week. Please visit their tables so you can provide your signature to go under your name and picture for the Yearbook.

    In Sports…

    The Lady Eagle Basketball Team will have tryouts on Wednesday Oct. 17th Tryout Times are 6:00 A.M 3:00 PM and 5:30 P.M. You must attend all 3 tryouts to be considered.  You must have a physical on file with the trainers along with all Rank One online paperwork completed.  For all questions please contact Coach Johnson in the Girls Basketball office.

    Varsity Tennis will play LaPorte at home in the first round of the state playoffs Tuesday 10/17 at 3:30 pm, please come out and support.  Defeated Baytown Sterling on Friday 10/12 , 12-7 in a tune up for playoffs, finished the regular season with a record of 14-3, 2nd place in district 22-6A.

    Monday, October 15th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Seniors, please encourage your parents to attend a Senior Parent night with the AHS counselors on Thursday, October 18th at 6:30 pm in the PAC.    Topics will include graduation requirements, financial aid, scholarships and much more! Seniors, you are welcome to attend with your parent.

    Attention Juniors:  don't forget your fundraising money is due Tuesday, October 23rd.  Mrs. Melvin will be in the cafeteria during all lunches to collect your money.

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to New Orleans, LA for this year's annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to visit Grambling State University, Xavier University, and Southern University. There will be a student informational meeting on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 immediately after school at 3:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for more details.

    Picture Make-Up and Re-Take Day will be in Blue LGI on Friday, October 19. Please bring your current picture package to return to Scott Tate Photography if you are retaking your pictures.

    The AHS Yearbook Staff will be collecting Senior Signatures for the Senior Graduation Picture section in the back of the cafeteria during all four lunch periods all of this week. Please visit their tables so you can provide your signature to go under your name and picture for the Yearbook.

    Do you know people getting bullied? Has it affected your life in any way? Do you want to help make a positive change? The blue ribbon club will meet Monday’s from 3-4.

    In Sports…

    Way to go Eagles Varsity Football they took the victory this past Saturday against Pasadena Memorial 52- 0. Great effort Eagles!

    Congratulations to our Patriette Girls of the Week last week! Spirit Girl: Baylie Koski and Dancer: Jasmine Cavazos. Way to go girls!

     The Lady Eagle Basketball Team will have tryouts on Wednesday Oct. 17th Tryout Times are 6:00 A.M 3:00 PM and 5:30 P.M. You must attend all 3 tryouts to be considered.  You must have a physical on file with the trainers along with all Rank One online paperwork completed. For all questions please contact Coach Johnson in the Girls Basketball office.  

    Thursday, October 11th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Seniors! This is the last week to buy your Senior Fun Packs online through our class website. The deadline to purchase a Senior Fun Pack is tomorrow, October 12. You don't want to miss out on these exclusive senior items!

    Attention Eagle Anglers. If you are interested in being a part of THE Atascocita Bass Team, come today at 6:30 p.m. to room T6. This will be a 1 hour informational meeting and the start of a new fishing career. Once again. Bass Team meeting today at 6:30 p.m. in room T6. See you there!

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to New Orleans, LA for this year's annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to visit Grambling State University, Xavier University, and Southern University. There will be a student informational meeting on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 immediately after school at 3:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for more details.

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    In Sports…

    Come out and support our Varsity Football Team against Pasadena Memorial this Saturday, Turner Stadium @ 6pm They will be selling ticket to the FOOTBALL game during all lunches today and tomorrow, tickets are $3.00 for students and $5.00 for adults, tickets at the gate are $7.00 all ages

    Tuesday, October 10th, 2018


    Campus news…

    Seniors! This is the last week to buy your Senior Fun Packs online through our class website. The deadline to purchase a Senior Fun Pack is this Friday, October 12. You don't want to miss out on these exclusive senior items!

    Attention Eagle Anglers. If you are interested in being a part of THE Atascocita Bass Team, come tomorrow October 11th at 6:30 p.m. to room T6. This will be a 1-hour informational meeting and the start of a new fishing career. Once again. Bass Team meeting October 11th at 6:30 p.m. in room T6. See you there!

    AHS E-Sports team is now forming. There is an informational meeting today October 10th immediately after school in the AHS library. We will be a competitive team, so serious players only.

    AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to Texas Southern University for their annual Tiger Day on Friday, October 26, 2018. The cost of the trip is $40.00, and there are 50 slots available. Payment is due by Thursday, October 18, 2018. If you are interested in going, please see Mr. Tatum in Room 1717-Blue House for more details.

    The AHS Black Student Union will be traveling to New Orleans, LA for this year's annual Spring Break HBCU Tour to visit Grambling State University, Xavier University, and Southern University. There will be a student informational meeting on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, immediately after school at 3:00 PM in Room 1717-Blue House. Please see Mr. Tatum for more details.

    In Sports…

    Eagles take the win over South Houston 72- 14 WAY TO GO EAGLES! 

    Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018

    Campus news…

    There will be a student council meeting today after school in the red lgi. All freshman wanting to run for class office, please attend the meeting. We will be handing out the freshman officer packets.

    Senior Picture Make-Ups will be this Thursday, October 4 in Blue LGI. In order to take your Make-Up Picture, you must bring your original pictures with you to exchange.

    AHS E-Sports team is now forming. There is an informational meeting on Wednesday, October 10th immediately after school in the AHS library. We will be a competitive team, so serious players only.

    AHS Black Student Union will meet on Thursday at 3:00 PM in Room 1717. Please be on time.

    AHS Theatre's opening show of the 2018-2019 school year is next week! The Theatre Department is presenting Les Miserables (pronounced Lay Mizz-er-ob). This play, not the musical, is based on the epic novel by Victor Hugo, about love, loss, sacrifice, and redemption, and will be performed in the AHS Performing Arts Center on October 4th, 5th, and 6th at 7pm. There is also a matinee performance on Saturday the 6th at 2pm. Tickets for Students are only $5, Adults are $10, and tickets can be purchased during all lunches the week of the show, or by going online to www.theatreAHS.com. Hope to see you at the show!

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Do you know people getting bullied? Has it affected your life in any way? Do you want to help make a positive change? The blue ribbon club will meet Monday’s from 3-4.

    Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018


    Campus news…

    There will be a student council meeting this Wednesday after school in the red lgi. All freshman wanting to run for class office, please attend the meeting. We will be handing out the freshman officer packets.

    Students...Humble ISD will be hosting a College Fair today, October 2nd from 6:30 in the evening until 8:30 at the Humble Civic Center.  Approximately 100 colleges will be in attendance for you to visit with and ask questions. You are highly encouraged to attend. Admission is free!

    Seniors! Your Panoramic Photo will be today, October 2nd. Please wear red for the photo!

    NTHS (National Technical Honor Society) information meeting in BLUE LGI @ 3pm today after school! If you have any questions or can't make the meeting come by room 1745!

    Want to meet new people or just need someone to talk to about the stresses of life? Come join us in Mr. Tumlison's room 1207  at 3:05 today for our first ever meeting. We will have snacks as well. See you there!

    Word. --- the new poetry workshop group will have its first meeting soon! Please join us today at 3 PM in room 2506 for an informational meeting. If you are interested in poetry, an avid reader, writer, lover of words, or someone with something to say then this is for you.

    AHS Theatre's opening show of the 2018-2019 school year is next week! The Theatre Department is presenting Les Miserables (pronounced Lay Mizz-er-ob). This play, not the musical, is based on the epic novel by Victor Hugo, about love, loss, sacrifice, and redemption, and will be performed in the AHS Performing Arts Center on October 4th, 5th, and 6th at 7 pm. There is also a matinee performance on Saturday the 6th at 2pm. Tickets for Students are only $5, Adults are $10, and tickets can be purchased during all lunches the week of the show, or by going online to www.theatreAHS.com. Hope to see you at the show!

    Congratulations to all our AHS Orchestra members who represented our school this weekend at the TMEA All-Region competition.  A special congratulations to Joshua Buning, Aili Kangasniemi, Andrew Ogles, and Kirsten Karamihan, for winning first chair in Symphony Orchestra and to Gabriela De La O and Sebastian Tiscareno for winning first chair in Philharmonic Orchestra. Again, congratulations to all who were selected to be part of this years All-Region Orchestra.

    In Sports…


    Varsity Tennis Team defeated Dobie on Friday 12-7 to move into second place in the district, winners included Niko Luger, Carson Kirk, Zane Mullinax, Blake Matthews, Hannah Huffman, Connor Martin, Morgan Marinelli, Faith Lee, Ashley Hill.  Will play Summer Creek at home today to clinch second place in the district.

    Over the weekend, the Varsity Cross Country Team competed at the McNeil Invitational against 70 teams from all around Texas. The Lady Eagles finished 24th, led by Avery Clover with a 10th place finish out of 595 other competitors. With that effort, Avery set a new school record! The Boys team also did well, with Nahim Abdallah finishing 85th out of 680 runners, and setting the 4th fastest time in school history!


    The Eagles JV and Freshman cross country teams competed at the Liberty Invitational. The Varsity boys race was led by freshman, Kaleb Kox, who turned in a 10th place finish, to help lead the Eagles to a 3rd place performance. The Varsity girls race was led by sophomore, Kaiel (Ky-el) Kimble, in a 6th place finish. Our Eagles dominated the Boys JV race. Caleb Lasyone, Nick Lennon, and Tyler Braden went 1-2-3, while Lex Salazar and Xavier Landry came in 5th and 6th place, just missing a 1st-5th place sweep. The JV girls also performed well, with Madison Savoy winning the race by over 20 seconds, Arayna Mickels in 3rd, and Cassandra Cordova just missing a medal with an 11th place finish. The JV girls finished 2nd overall, in a one-point loss to Huffman HS.
    Way to go Eagles!
    The district meet will be held here, on Thursday, October 11th,  at 9AM. Please come out and support!

    Monday, October 1st, 2018

    Campus news..

    Homecoming was a HUGE success this year. The student council sponsors personally want to thank each and every club & organization, the administration staff, all the students that invested in their school and our student council officers, delegates and members!! Each one of you played a huge role in this year’s success!

    There will be a student council meeting this Wednesday after school in the red lgi. All freshman wanting to run for class office, please attend the meeting. We will be handing out the freshman officer packets.

    Students...Humble ISD will be hosting a College Fair on Tuesday, October 2nd from 6:30 in the evening until 8:30 at the Humble Civic Center.  Approximately 100 colleges will be in attendance for you to visit with and ask questions. You are highly encouraged to attend. Admission is free!

    Seniors! Your Panoramic Photo will be tomorrow, October 2nd. Please wear red for the photo!

    Want to meet new people or just need someone to talk to about the stresses of life? Come join us in Mr. Tumlison's room 1207  at 3:05 Tuesday Oct 2 for our first ever meeting. We will have snacks as well. See you there!

    Word. --- the new poetry workshop group will have its first meeting soon! Please join us Tuesday, October 2nd at 3PM in room 2506 for an informational meeting. If you are interested in poetry, an avid reader, writer, lover of words, or someone with something to say then this is for you.

    Do you know people getting bullied? Has it affected your life in any way? Do you want to help make a positive change? The blue ribbon club will meet today from 3-4.

    AHS Theatre's opening show of the 2018-2019 school year is next week! The Theatre Department is presenting Les Miserables (pronounced Lay Mizz-er-ob). This play, not the musical, is based on the epic novel by Victor Hugo, about love, loss, sacrifice, and redemption, and will be performed in the AHS Performing Arts Center on October 4th, 5th, and 6th at 7pm. There is also a matinee performance on Saturday the 6th at 2pm. Tickets for Students are only $5, Adults are $10, and tickets can be purchased during all lunches the week of the show, or by going online to www.theatreAHS.com. Hope to see you at the show!

    In Sports…

    Congratulations to our Patriette girls of the week last week! Dancer: Colleen Canavan, and Spirit Girl: Haven Vessels! Way to go girls!

    Friday, September 28th, 2018

    Campus news…

    The AHS Yearbook and Newspaper Programs are taking pictures today for Homecoming participants and events. There will also be a Best Mum Contest today where a poll will be placed on the AHS Talon Website. The winner will receive a prize for most votes. Underclassmen Pictures will be taken during your English Classes today during your English Classes. Please fill out your picture forms you received from your English Teachers and return them to Scott Tate Photography when you take your picture.

    Students...Humble ISD will be hosting a College Fair on Tuesday, October 2nd from 6:30 in the evening until 8:30 at the Humble Civic Center.  Approximately 100 colleges will be in attendance for you to visit with and ask questions. You are highly encouraged to attend. Admission is free!

    Seniors! Your Panoramic Photo will be on Tuesday, October 2nd. Please wear red for the photo!

    Word. --- the new poetry workshop group will have its first meeting soon! Please join us Tuesday, October 2nd at 3PM in room 2506 for an informational meeting. If you are interested in poetry, an avid reader, writer, lover of words, or someone with something to say then this is for you.

    Do you know people getting bullied? Has it affected your life in any way? Do you want to help make a positive change? The blue ribbon club will meet Monday’s from 3-4.

    AHS Students, did you miss out on the opportunity to be a part of the first theatre production of the year? Would you like to be involved in the next production? If so, come to the PAC right after school this Friday and you can get all the information you need to be a part of the next TWO productions, which will be presented in the AHS Black Box theatre at the same time on alternating nights! If you put off getting involved, now is your chance to be a part of two amazing productions. Hope to see you after school on Friday in the PAC!!!

    Speaking of the first production, AHS Theatre's opening show of the 2018-2019 school year is next week! The Theatre Department is presenting Les Miserables (pronounced Lay Mizz-er-ob). This play, not the musical, is based on the epic novel by Victor Hugo, about love, loss, sacrifice, and redemption, and will be performed in the AHS Performing Arts Center on October 4th, 5th, and 6th at 7pm. There is also a matinee performance on Saturday the 6th at 2pm. Tickets for Students are only $5, Adults are $10, and tickets can be purchased during all lunches the week of the show, or by going online to www.theatreAHS.com. Hope to see you at the show!

    In Sports…

    Homecoming football game tickets are on sale --- Students 3.00 adults 5.00 all ticket 7.00 at the gate
    Come out and show your Eagle pride

    September 27th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Tonight is the Community Homecoming Tailgate event! Everyone is welcome. We will have games, food trucks, live music by our very own student DJ and much, much more!  Friday we will be having our annual Party on the Patio at all lunches. Enjoy some BBQ for only $5.

    Planning on attending the homecoming dance this Saturday? Tickets are no longer being sold online. The only way to purchase them is when you arrive at the dance. Please be aware that it is cash only.  

    The AHS Yearbook and Newspaper Programs will be taking pictures all this week for Homecoming participants and events. There will also be a Best Mum Contest on this Friday where a poll will be placed on the AHS Talon Website. The winner will receive a prize for most votes. AND AHS STAFF!!! Staff Pictures will be taken in Blue LGI all this week until Thursday, September 27.

    Underclassmen Pictures will be taken during your English Classes today during your English Classes. Please fill out your picture forms you received from your English Teachers and return them to Scott Tate Photography when you take your picture.

    Students...Humble ISD will be hosting a College Fair on Tuesday, October 2nd from 6:30 in the evening until 8:30 at the Humble Civic Center.  Approximately 100 colleges will be in attendance for you to visit with and ask questions. You are highly encouraged to attend. Admission is free!

    Word. --- the new poetry workshop group will have its first meeting soon! Please join us Tuesday, October 2nd at 3PM in room 2506 for an informational meeting. If you are interested in poetry, an avid reader, writer, lover of words, or someone with something to say then this is for you.

    Can you sing? Rap? Make beats? Play an instrument? Are you looking to share your talent somewhere? Looking for some place to grow your musical abilities? Join A1 music at 3:00 after school on Tuesday's in room 2009 in gold house. See you there! :) Come join us for pizza and good music.

    Do you know people getting bullied? Has it affected your life in any way? Do you want to help make a positive change? The blue ribbon club will meet Monday’s from 3-4.

    AHS Students, did you miss out on the opportunity to be a part of the first theatre production of the year? Would you like to be involved in the next production? If so, come to the PAC right after school this Friday and you can get all the information you need to be a part of the next TWO productions, which will be presented in the AHS Black Box theatre at the same time on alternating nights! If you put off getting involved, now is your chance to be a part of two amazing productions. Hope to see you after school on Friday in the PAC!!!

    Speaking of the first production, AHS Theatre's opening show of the 2018-2019 school year is next week! The Theatre Department is presenting Les Miserables (pronounced Lay Mizz-er-ob). This play, not the musical, is based on the epic novel by Victor Hugo, about love, loss, sacrifice, and redemption, and will be performed in the AHS Performing Arts Center on October 4th, 5th, and 6th at 7pm. There is also a matinee performance on Saturday the 6th at 2pm. Tickets for Students are only $5, Adults are $10, and tickets can be purchased during all lunches the week of the show, or by going online to www.theatreAHS.com. Hope to see you at the show!

    In Sports…

    Homecoming football game tickets are on sale --- Students 3.00 adults 5.00 all ticket 7.00 at the gate
    Come out and show your Eagle pride

    September 26th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Tomorrow is the Community Homecoming Tailgate event! Everyone is welcome. We will have games, food trucks, live music by our very own student DJ and much, much more!  Friday we will be having our annual Party on the Patio at all lunches. Enjoy some BBQ for only $5.

    Planning on attending the homecoming dance on Saturday? Tickets are no longer being sold online. The only way to purchase them is when you arrive at the dance. Please be aware that it is cash only.  

    The AHS Yearbook and Newspaper Programs will be taking pictures all this week for Homecoming participants and events. There will also be a Best Mum Contest on this Friday where a poll will be placed on the AHS Talon Website. The winner will receive a prize for most votes. AND AHS STAFF!!! Staff Pictures will be taken in Blue LGI all this week until Thursday, September 27.

    Underclassmen Pictures will be taken during your English Classes this week through Thursday, September 27 during your English Classes. Please fill out your picture forms you received from your English Teachers and return them to Scott Tate Photography when you take your picture.

    Students...Humble ISD will be hosting a College Fair on Tuesday, October 2nd from 6:30 in the evening until 8:30 at the Humble Civic Center.  Approximately 100 colleges will be in attendance for you to visit with and ask questions. You are highly encouraged to attend. Admission is free!

    Word. --- the new poetry workshop group will have its first meeting soon! Please join us Tuesday, October 2nd at 3PM in room 2506 for an informational meeting. If you are interested in poetry, an avid reader, writer, lover of words, or someone with something to say then this is for you.

    Do you know people getting bullied? Has it affected your life in any way? Do you want to help make a positive change? The blue ribbon club will meet Monday’s from 3-4.

    AHS Students, did you miss out on the opportunity to be a part of the first theatre production of the year? Would you like to be involved in the next production? If so, come to the PAC right after school this Friday and you can get all the information you need to be a part of the next TWO productions, which will be presented in the AHS Black Box theatre at the same time on alternating nights! If you put off getting involved, now is your chance to be a part of two amazing productions. Hope to see you after school on Friday in the PAC!!!

    Speaking of the first production, AHS Theatre's opening show of the 2018-2019 school year is next week! The Theatre Department is presenting Les Miserables. This play, not the musical, is based on the epic novel by Victor Hugo, about love, loss, sacrifice, and redemption, and will be performed in the AHS Performing Arts Center on October 4th, 5th, and 6th at 7pm. There is also a matinee performance on Saturday the 6th at 2pm. Tickets for Students are only $5, Adults are $10, and tickets can be purchased during all lunches the week of the show, or by going online to www.theatreAHS.com. Hope to see you at the show!

    In Sports…

    Homecoming football game tickets go on sale starting Wednesday 9/26 --- Students 3.00 adults 5.00 all ticket 7.00 at the gate
    Come out and show your Eagle pride

    Tonight is the Powderpuff football game! Juniors vs Seniors! It is $3 to get in and the game starts at 6 pm. Come support our ladies!!

    September 25th, 2018

    Campus news…

    HOORAY FOR HOMECOMING WEEK!! What can you expect to see the rest of this week?! First let’s talk spirit. Yesterday we kicked off the day with Meme day! Today you should see some pretty tacky tourists walking around. Tomorrow will be twin day, so find your bestie and put on those matching outfits. Thursday we can expect to see some big hair, scrunchies, and really bright colors because we are going back in time for a Throwback Thursday. And last but not least, Friday is our spirit day! Next let’s talk about all the events taking place this week!... TONIGHT is our volleyball whiteout game. So get decked out in white and show up and show out at the game. Varsity starts at 6:30. TOMORROW is the Powderpuff football game! Juniors vs Seniors! It is $3 to get in and the game starts at 6 pm. Thursday is the Community Homecoming Tailgate event! Everyone is welcome. We will have games, food trucks, live music by our very own student DJ and much, much more! And then last but certainly not LEAST: Friday we will be having our annual Party on the Patio at all lunches. Enjoy some BBQ for only $5.

    Planning on attending the homecoming dance on Saturday? Tickets are no longer being sold online. The only way to purchase them is when you arrive at the dance. Please be aware that it is cash only.  

    The AHS Yearbook and Newspaper Programs will be taking pictures all this week for Homecoming participants and events. There will also be a Best Mum Contest on this Friday where a poll will be placed on the AHS Talon Website. The winner will receive a prize for most votes. AND AHS STAFF!!! Staff Pictures will be taken in Blue LGI all this week until Thursday, September 27.

    Seniors! There will be a voter registration drive in the PAC during all advisories today. You will need to know your driver's license number or social security number in order to register.

    Underclassmen Pictures will be taken during your English Classes this week through Thursday, September 27 during your English Classes. Please fill out your picture forms you received from your English Teachers and return them to Scott Tate Photography when you take your picture.

    Technology Student Association will be holding a meeting today to elect officers.

    Homecoming football game tickets go on sale starting Wednesday 9/26 --- Students 3.00 adults 5.00 all ticket 7.00 at the gate
    Come out and show your Eagle pride

    Over the weekend, AHS Choir students competed in District Auditions at Westfield High School.  There were 78 students who competed and 48 advanced to the next round which will be held at AHS on October 22nd.  The following students advanced:

    Soprano 1's:Audrey Baker, Mackenzie Jenkins and Lourdes Ruiz
    Soprano 2's:Alexis Wu, Jada Higgins, Taryn Hemsing, Mia Priegue, Addie Hamilton, Claire Ste. Marie, Julianne Ellington, Makenzie Bonham, Diana Guerrero, and Spencer Cobb
    Alto 1's: Carmyn Baughman, Nina Cosme, Brianna Symmes, Ashlin Arbour, and Camryn Carpenter
    Alto 2's: Kennedy Leonard, Alyssa Snyder, Caelia Marshall, Jaelynn Knox, Marissa Sandoval, Destiny Allen, Anisa Winslow and Madison Bonham
    Tenor 1's:Alex Estrada, Travis Collins, AJ Broussard, and Blake Shilling
    Tenor 2's:Chris Martin, Cesar Funes, Grayson Bushnell, Chris Medrano, Seth Maldonado, Creighton Webb, Anthony Weatherspoon, and River Engel
    Bass 1's:Brandon Jenkins, Blake Camarce, and Sean Cosme
    Bass 2's:Augustine Guerrero, Gunnar Moore, Parker Carter, Angel Melo, Kenneth Bray, Pablo Quiroz, and Fernando Mancilla
    Congrats to ALL of our amazing AHS Choir students on their hard work and preparation for this audition! Go Eagles

    In Sports…

    Over the weekend, the AHS Boys and Girls Cross Country team's competed at the Texas A&M  Invitational. There were over 25 teams competing from all over Houston and the Central Texas. The Varsity girls finished 5th overall, led by Avery Clover with a 2nd place finish out of 155 total runners. The other 4 scorers for the girls team were: Nijha (Ny-uh) Composto with a 38th place finish, Kendall Streater and Ella McMillan at 46th and 47th place, and Abriana Phipps at 52nd place. The Varsity boys finished in 14th place overall with Nahim Abdallah leading the team in a 34th place finish out of 228 runners. The Varsity Eagles and Lady Eagles will be competing this weekend in Round Rock at the McNeil Invitational, while the JV and Freshman Eagles will be competing at the Liberty Invitational. Keep flying far Eagles!

    September 21th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Seniors! There will be a voter registration drive in the PAC during all advisories Tuesday, September 25. You will need to know your driver's license number or social security number in order to register. We'll see you there!

    Humble ISD will be hosting a College Fair on Tuesday, October 2nd from 6:30 in the evening until 8:30 at the Humble Civic Center.  Approximately 100 colleges will be in attendance for you to visit with and ask questions. You are highly encouraged to attend. Admission is free!

    Underclassmen Pictures will be taken during your English Classes starting on Monday, September 24 to Thursday, September 27 during your English Classes. Please fill out your picture forms you received from your English Teachers and return them to Scott Tate Photography when you take your picture.

    In Sports…

    AHS volleyball will be having Teacher appreciation night tonight @ home vs Humble. We will have a hospitality room for the teachers set up starting at 4 pm. Please come out and support AHS volleyball. Game times are Freshman 4:30, JV 5:30 and Varsity 6:30

    September 20th, 2018

    Campus news…

     Open house is tonight from 6-8pm.

    “DECK THE HALLS” will take place this Friday after school from 3-8!! If you are a club or organization sponsor and you are interested in reserving a spot on Main Street, please email Katie Barnes.

    Today is the last opportunity to vote for homecoming court and class election positions not filled from last years voting.

    Humble ISD will be hosting a College Fair on Tuesday, October 2nd from 6:30 in the evening until 8:30 at the Humble Civic Center.  Approximately 100 colleges will be in attendance for you to visit with and ask questions. You are highly encouraged to attend. Admission is free!

    Underclassmen Pictures will be taken during your English Classes starting on Monday, September 24 to Thursday, September 27 during your English Classes. Please fill out your picture forms you received from your English Teachers and return them to Scott Tate Photography when you take your picture.

    AHS Black Student Union will have a meeting today in Room 1717-Blue House immediately after school. If you have not paid your $50.00 BSU Dues, please bring them Thursday to the meeting.

    The AHS Talon School Newspaper is up and fully operational. For your weekly news in Local and State, Arts & Entertainment, Sports, and Tech Trends, just go to www.ahstalon.com   

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    Have credit you need to recover.  Want to recover those credit now! Registration is now open for the After School Credit Recovery session that begins on Monday, September 24th.  Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited.  Register early!!!

    In Sports…

    AHS volleyball will be having Teacher appreciation night, this Friday @ home vs Humble. We will have a hospitality room for the teachers set up starting at 4 pm. Please come out and support AHS volleyball. Game times are Freshman 4:30, JV 5:30 and Varsity 6:30

     

    September 19th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Open house is this Thursday, September 20th from 6-8pm.

    There is a STUCO meeting today at 3 pm and there will be a sign painting party to follow until 5 pm! Both opportunities are ways you can gain points!

    “DECK THE HALLS” will take place this Friday after school from 3-8!! If you are a club or organization sponsor and you are interested in reserving a spot on Main Street, please email Katie Barnes.

    Homecoming court and class election positions not filled from last years voting will take place through Thursday.

    Homecoming guest forms are available for those of you planning to bring a guest.

    Juniors Playing In The Powder Puff Game:  Our first practice will be today at 5:00 on the football field.  

    Underclassmen Pictures will be taken during your English Classes starting on Monday, September 24 to Thursday, September 27 during your English Classes. Please fill out the picture forms you received from your English Teachers and return them to Scott Tate Photography when you take your picture.

    AHS Black Student Union will have a meeting this Thursday in Room 1717-Blue House immediately after school. If you have not paid your $50.00 BSU Dues, please bring them Thursday to the meeting.

    The AHS Talon School Newspaper is up and fully operational. For your weekly news in Local and State, Arts & Entertainment, Sports, and Tech Trends, just go to www.ahstalon.com   

    Would you enjoy the Greek Isles, Pompeii, or maybe even Florence?   Then come to an EF Travel Meeting today in Room T 10 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM.  Talk to Mrs. Jennings for more information.

    In conjunction with EF Educational Tours, Atascocita HOSA will be taking a group of students on an 8-day, all-inclusive Public Health Service trip to the Dominican Republic next summer.  All interested families must attend the meeting today from 6:00 - 7:00 pm in Room 1748 in order to receive important information on the trip itinerary, cost, and trip dates. The meeting should last approximately an hour, and students will be able to enroll at the end of the meeting. See Ms. Bobbitt for any additional questions.

    In Sports…

    AHS volleyball will be having Teacher appreciation night, this Friday @ home vs Humble. We will have a hospitality room for the teachers set up starting at 4 pm. Please come out and support AHS volleyball. Game times are Freshman 4:30, JV 5:30 and Varsity 6:30

    September 18th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Students: don’t forget that open house is this Thursday, September 20th from 6-8pm.

    Student council members! We will be having a meeting this Wednesday at 3 pm and there will be a sign painting party to follow until 5 pm! Both opportunities are ways you can gain points! We hope to see you there.

    Homecoming court and class election positions not filled from last years voting will take place today-Thursday.

    Homecoming guest forms will be available through this week for those of you planning to bring a guest.

    Attention Juniors Playing In The Powder Puff Game:  Our first practice will be tomorrow, Wednesday, September 19th at 5:00 on the football field.  

    It's time for the first blood drive of the year at AHS! It will take place tomorrow, September 19th & Thurs, September 20th in the library. Sign ups will be available during all lunches in the cafeteria. You must be at least 16 years of age, and 122 pounds to donate. Reminder to seniors: if you donate twice during your senior year you will earn a cord for graduation! Sign up today and help save lives!

    Would you enjoy the Greek Isles, Pompeii, or maybe even Florence?   Then come to an EF Travel Meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, September 19 in Room T 10 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM.  Talk to Mrs. Jennings for more information.

    In conjunction with EF Educational Tours, Atascocita HOSA will be taking a group of students on a 8-day, all-inclusive Public Health Service trip to Dominican Republic next summer.  All interested families must attend the meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, September 19, 2018 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm in Room 1748. in order to receive important information on the trip itinerary, cost, and trip dates. The meeting should last approximately an hour , and students will be able to enroll at the end of the meeting. See Ms. Bobbitt for any additional questions.

    AHS-TSA will be having its inaugural meeting today, September 18th at 3PM in room 1725 Blue Basement.  No not that TSA but the Technology Student Association. Come join us in building the future.

    In Sports…

    Congratulations to our Patriette spirit girls of the week last week: Spirit girl - Taylor Norrell-Campbell and Dancer - Erika Valdez. Way to go girls!

    September 14th, 2018

    Campus news…

    There will not be a Saturday class tomorrow, September 15.  

    Attention Juniors Playing In The Powder Puff Game:  Our first practice will be Wednesday, September 19th at 5:00 on the football field.  

    Make up day for class rings will be in the cafe today during all lunches

    In conjunction with EF Educational Tours, Atascocita HOSA will be taking a group of students on an 8-day, all-inclusive Public Health Service trip to the Dominican Republic next summer.  All interested families must attend the meeting on Wednesday, September 19, 2018, from 6:00 - 7:00 pm in Room 1748. in order to receive important information on the trip itinerary, cost, and trip dates. The meeting should last approximately an hour, and students will be able to enroll at the end of the meeting. See Ms. Bobbitt for any additional questions.

    The Criminal Justice Club is still accepting new members. The next meeting is on Monday, September 17th at 3 PM in t-14. Membership dues must be paid by then. Payments can be made online or in person.

    If you purchased a Yearbook last year and forgot to pick it up, please come to Room 1717-Blue House so you can receive it. If you would still like to purchase last year’s Yearbook they are still available.   

    If you have some cool pictures with cool stories of what you did on Summer Vacation, as well as any pics and stories of the 100 Year Humble Celebration please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com.

    AHS-TSA will be having its inaugural meeting on September 18th at 3PM in room 1725 Blue Basement.  No not that TSA but the Technology Student Association. Come join us in building the future.

    Registration is now open for the After School Credit Recovery session that begins on Monday, September 24th.  Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form.  Space is limited.

    In Sports…

    We are still selling AHS vs KW varsity football game tickets!!  We will be visitors for this game so remember to park and sit on the other side of Turner Stadium.
    Ticket prices are students $3 - Adults $5 and all tickets are $7 at the gate.
    Any questions please see Ms. Shaw in the main office

     We have a pep rally today! Don’t forget that you must be wearing a AHS spirit shirt in order to attend!

    September 12th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Student council members!! There is a meeting today after school in the Red LGI at 3 pm. See you there! We will also be having another student council sign painting party on Thursday, Sept 13th from 3-5. This is an awesome opportunity for you to get some more points! We had a great turn out the last time. Let’s keep it up!!

    If you attended the officer meeting, your election packets are due by 3 pm on Friday. Turn them into Mrs. Barnes in room 1108.

    Senior Powderpuff Girls: The team is collecting money for t-shirts today after school in the Red LGI. Shirts are $15. Please see Marissa Martinez or Ainsley Cunningham if you have any questions.

    Come and join HOSA tonight at Panera between 4-8pm for our Spirit Night. Can't wait to see you all there!

    It's time for the first blood drive of the year at AHS! It will take place on Weds, September 19th & Thurs, September 20th in the library. Sign-ups will be available during all lunches in the cafeteria. You must be at least 16 years of age, and 122 pounds to donate. Reminder to seniors: if you donate twice during your senior year you will earn a cord for graduation! Sign up today and help save lives!

    Eagle Pals- Formerly known as Best Buddies, will be having our 1st after school meeting tomorrow from 3-4pm in room 1708.  Dues will be $35 and include a t-shirt- payable online through the school website. Come make friends and renew old friendships!  

    Attention all Spanish NHS members: Our first meeting will be tomorrow morning in T5 at 8:50. Check your email for more details.

    Would you enjoy the Greek Isles, Pompeii, or maybe even Florence?  Then come to an EF Travel Meeting tomorrow, September 13 OR Wednesday, September 19 in Room T 10 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM.  Talk to Mrs. Jennings for more information.

     In Sports…

    We will be selling AHS vs KW varsity football game tickets starting today!!  We will be visitors for this game so remember to park and sit on the other side of Turner Stadium.
    Ticket prices are students $3 - Adults $5 and all tickets are $7 at the gate.
    Any questions please see Ms. Shaw in the main office

    September 11th, 2018

    Campus news…

     Students interested in still joining student council: Were you not able to attend the first meeting? We will be holding a morning meeting this Wednesday at 7 am to hand out the calendar and give you all the information you missed in the first meeting. And then our regularly scheduled second STUCO meeting will be held after school in the Red LGI at 3 pm Wednesday afternoon.

    We will be having another student council sign painting party on Thursday, Sept 13th from 3-5. This is an awesome opportunity for you to get some more points! We had a great turn out the last time. Let’s keep it up!!

    If you attended the STUCO officer meeting, your election packets are due by 3 pm on Friday. Turn them into Mrs. Barnes in room 1108.

    It's time for the first blood drive of the year at AHS! It will take place on Weds, September 19th & Thurs, September 20th in the library. Sign ups will be available during all lunches in the cafeteria. You must be at least 16 years of age, and 122 pounds to donate. Reminder to seniors: if you donate twice during your senior year you will earn a cord for graduation! Sign up today and help save lives!

    Eagle Pals- Formerly known as Best Buddies, will be having our 1st after school meeting this Thursday from 3-4pm in room 1708.  Dues will be $35 and include a t-shirt- payable online through the school website. Come make friends and renew old friendships!  

    Attention all Spanish NHS members: Our first meeting will be this Thursday morning in T5 at 8:50. Check your email for more details.

    Join us next spring break on a trip of a lifetime to South Korea and Tokyo. A parent meeting will be today, September 11th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730. All grades are welcome.

    AHS-TSA will be having its inaugural meeting on September 18th at 3PM in room 1725 Blue Basement.  No not that TSA but the Technology Student Association. Come join us in building the future.

    In Sports…

    Over the weekend the AHS Eagles Cross Country Team competed at the Oak Ridge Invitational. Avery Clover won the Varsity girls race while Abriana Phipps also medaled with a 15th place finish. The Varsity girls team came in 4th place overall. The Junior Varsity girls team came in 5th place, while Sydney Bogan finished 8th as the only medalist. The Varsity boys race was led by Nahim Abdallah who was the lone medalist with an 8th place finish. The Varsity boys team finished 8th overall. The Junior Varsity boys team ended the day in 5th place, led by Sir Hubbard who medaled with a 12th place finish. In the Freshman boys race, Zac Sells, Kaleb Cox, and Aiden Killian all medaled at 12th, 13th, and 14th place to help lead the Eagles to a 2nd place overall finish. Way to go Eagles! If you want to be a part of the Flying Eagles cross country team, there is still time to join, just Contact Coach Symons, Coach Lacour, or Coach Carter for more information.

    We will be selling AHS vs KW varsity football game tickets starting Wednesday 9/12 - We will be visitors for this game so remember to park and sit on the other side of Turner Stadium.
    Ticket prices are students $3 - Adults $5 and all tickets are $7 at the gate.
    Any questions please see Ms. Shaw in the main office

    September 10th, 2018

    Campus news…

     The Junior & Senior girls that are interested in playing in the Powder Puff game on September 26th, must come to a mandatory meeting in the Red LGI, today, at 3:00 after school to learn more about registration and to meet your team and your Coach!

    Class of 2021, Represent your class at the pep rallies. Get the 2021 tee shirt in the back of the Blue 1 Flex area before school and between classes today! The cost is just $10 in cash.

    Are you interested in talking about God? Are you interested in a safe space to discuss the bible? Come join CSU/P7 after school today, Sept 10th, for free pizza , fellowship, and the word in Rm 2009 Gold House. For further questions see Mr. Frank in Rm 2009 in the morning and Rm 1103 afternoons

    Have you ever wanted to explore the streets of Tokyo, ride the bullet train,  immerse yourself in a new culture? Join us next spring break on a trip of a lifetime to South Korea and Tokyo. A parent meeting will be tomorrow, September 11th at 6:30 in the AHS library. For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730. All grades are welcome.

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    If you purchased a Yearbook last year and forgot to pick it up, please come to Room 1717-Blue House so you can receive it. If you would still like to purchase last year’s Yearbook they are still available.  

    I Know What You Did Last Summer!!!! Well actually we don't so if you have some very cool pictures with cool stories of what you did on Summer Vacation, as well as any pics and stories of the 100 Year Humble Celebration please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com.

    In Sports…

    We will be selling AHS vs KW varsity football game tickets starting Wednesday 9/12 - We will be visitors for this game so remember to park and sit on the other side of Turner Stadium.
    Ticket prices are students $3 - Adults $5 and all tickets are $7 at the gate.
    Any questions please see Ms. Shaw in the main office

    Congratulations to our Patriettes of the week last week! Spirit girl: Madison Araguz and Dancer: Ellie Dougherty. Way to go girls!

    September 7th, 2018

    Campus news…

    The Junior & Senior girls that are interested in playing in the Powder Puff game on September 26th, must come to a mandatory meeting in the Red LGI, Monday, September 10th at 3:00 after school to learn more about registration and to meet your team and your Coach!

    Juniors, today is the last day to register for the PSAT. Please see Mrs. McDonald in room 1030 in the library for more information.

    Class of 2021, Represent your class at the pep rallies. Get the 2021 tee shirt in the back of the Blue 1 Flex area before school and between classes today! The cost is just $10 in cash.

    Are you interested in talking about God? Are you interested in a safe space to discuss the bible? Come join CSU/P7 after school this coming Monday, Sept 10th, for free pizza , fellowship, and the word in Rm 2009 Gold House. For further questions see Mr. Frank in Rm 2009 in the morning and Rm 1103 afternoons

    Attention all Latin Students.  A latin Club meeting will be held today, September 7th, from 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM in Room T - 10.  

    Have you ever wanted to explore the streets of Tokyo, ride the bullet train,  immerse yourself in a new culture? Join us next spring break on a trip of a lifetime to South Korea and Tokyo. A parent meeting will be Tuesday September 11th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730. All grades are welcome.

    Sept 6th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Student Council will be having a Sign Painting Party outside in the Red flex area today from 3:00-5:00! Come join, make some spirit signs, meet new friends and earn some points!!

    Senior Girls! If you're interested in playing on our Powderpuff team this year, please come to our first meeting. It will be in Red House, Room 1109, at 3 PM today!

    Junior Girls!  If you are interested in playing in the Powder Puff game there is a meeting on Tuesday, September 11th in the White LGI at 3:00.  If you can't come to the meeting please come by Mrs. Melvin's room 2405 in the White House.

    LISTEN CAREFULLY: the Junior & Senior girls that are interested in playing in the Powder Puff game on September 26th, must come to the Red LGI, Monday, September 10th at 3:00 to learn more about registration and to meet your team and your Coach! You will also get your liability forms at this meeting.

    Congratulations to the Patriettes of the week!
    Spirit Girl, Morgan Wheeler
    Dancer, Amaya Anderson
    And Patriette of the Summer, Bella Pacheco

    Tonight, the Patriettes are having a Pizza Delivery Night Fundraiser with Papa John's in Atascocita. If you order a pizza from Papa John's tonight and mention the Patriettes, a Patriette will hand deliver your pizza to your door. 20% of all proceeds and 100% of all tips go directly toward the Patriettes. Please order pizza tonight and support our dancers on campus!

    Are you interested in talking about God? Are you interested in a safe space to discuss the bible? Come join CSU/P7 after school this coming Monday, Sept 10th, for free pizza , fellowship, and the word in Rm 2009 Gold House. For further questions see Mr. Frank in Rm 2009 in the morning and Rm 1103 afternoons

    Juniors! It is time to register for the PSAT. The test will be given during school on October 10th and costs only $17. Register online by this friday, September 7th, through the AHS testing website. See Mrs. McDonald in room 1030 in the library for more information.

    Are you interested in being an ally or part of Gender and Sexuality Alliance? Our first meeting will be today, September 6th, in the Blue LGI. We accept everyone! Come check us out.

    Attention all Latin Students.  Latin Club meetings will be held today and tomorrow, September 6th and 7th, from 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM in Room T - 10.  Please plan to attend at least one of the meetings this week. Thank you!


    Attention AHS Eagles!  Would you enjoy an Odyssey in the Greek Isles?  How about exploring archaeological excavations in Pompeii? Ever dreamed of seeing the Renaissance masterpieces of DaVinci in Florence?  Then come to an EF Travel Meeting on Thursday, September 13 OR Wednesday, September 19 in Room T 10 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Talk to Mrs. Jennings for more information.

    Have you ever wanted to explore the streets of Tokyo, ride the bullet train,  immerse yourself in a new culture? Join us next spring break on a trip of a lifetime to South Korea and Tokyo. A parent meeting will be Tuesday September 11th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730. All grades are welcome.

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    If you purchased a Yearbook last year and forgot to pick it up, please come to Room 1717-Blue House so you can receive it. If you would still like to purchase last year’s Yearbook they are still available.

    I Know What You Did Last Summer!!!! Well actually we don't so if you have some very cool pictures with cool stories of what you did on Summer Vacation, as well as any pics and stories of the 100 Year Humble Celebration please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com.

    Have credit you need to recover?  Want to recover those credit now? Registration is now open for the After School Credit Recovery session that begins on Monday, September 24th.  Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited.  Register early!!!

    In Sports…

    Over the weekend the AHS cross country team competed at the College Park invitational. The Varsity girls came in second,  although Avery Clover won the race by over a minute, with and Aubriana Phipps came in 10th place overall. The JV girls also placed second with Harley Burns leading the team with a 4th place finish. The Varsity boys came in 5th place with Nahim Abdallah leading the team with an 8th place finish. The JV boys were lead by Miles Jackson with an overall 8th place finish and the freshman boys came in 2nd led by Noah Joy who came in 6th place. There is still time to join the team, contact coach Symons, Coach Lacour or Coach Carter if you are interested

    September 5th

    Campus news…

    Senior Girls! If you're interested in playing on our Powderpuff team this year, please come to our first meeting. It will be in Red House, Room 1109, at 3 PM on Thursday, September 6.

    Attention juniors! It is time to register for the PSAT. The test will be given during school on October 10th and costs only $17. Register online by September 7th through the AHS testing website. See Mrs. McDonald in room 1030 in the library for more information.

    Have you ever wanted to explore the streets of Tokyo, ride the bullet train,  immerse yourself in a new culture? Join us next spring break on a trip of a lifetime to South Korea and Tokyo. A parent meeting will be Tuesday September 11th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730. All grades are welcome.

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    If you purchased a Yearbook last year and forgot to pick it up, please come to Room 1717-Blue House so you can receive it. If you would still like to purchase last year’s Yearbook they are still available.

    I Know What You Did Last Summer!!!! Well actually we don't so if you have some very cool pictures with cool stories of what you did on Summer Vacation, as well as any pics and stories of the 100 Year Humble Celebration please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com.

    Have credit you need to recover?  Want to recover those credit now? Registration is now open for the After School Credit Recovery session that begins on Monday, September 24th.  Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited.  Register early!!!

    September 4th, 2018

    Campus news…

     Senior Girls! If you're interested in playing on our Powderpuff team this year, please come to our first meeting. It will be in Red House, Room 1109, at 3 PM on Thursday, September 6.

    Attention juniors! It is time to register for the PSAT. The test will be given during school on October 10th and costs only $17. Register online by September 7th through the AHS testing website. See Mrs. McDonald in room 1030 in the library for more information.

    Have you ever wanted to explore the streets of Tokyo, ride the bullet train,  immerse yourself in a new culture? Join us next spring break on a trip of a lifetime to South Korea and Tokyo. A parent meeting will be Tuesday September 11th at 6:30 in the AHS library.  For more information see Mrs. Dennard in room 1731 or Mrs. Wehrman in room 1730. All grades are welcome.

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    If you purchased a Yearbook last year and forgot to pick it up, please come to Room 1717-Blue House so you can receive it. If you would still like to purchase last year’s Yearbook they are still available.

    I Know What You Did Last Summer!!!! Well actually we don't so if you have some very cool pictures with cool stories of what you did on Summer Vacation, as well as any pics and stories of the 100 Year Humble Celebration please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com.

    Have credit you need to recover?  Want to recover those credit now? Registration is now open for the After School Credit Recovery session that begins on Monday, September 24th.  Payment for this program is $50.00 cash or Money Order. If interested, please see your counselor or Mrs. Toro for an approval form. Space is limited.  Register early!!!

    The Criminal Justice Club will be meeting today at 3PM in Mrs. Nielsen's room t-14. New membership is still being accepted.

    And lastly,  D hall and Thursday classes start this week.

    August 31th, 2018


    Campus news…

    Today is our first pep rally of the year!! You must be wearing an AHS spirit shirt in order to attend! See you there!!!

    Senior Girls! If you're interested in playing on our Powderpuff team this year, please come to our first meeting. It will be in Red House, Room 1109, at 3 PM on Thursday, September 6.

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    If you purchased a Yearbook last year and forgot to pick it up, please come to Room 1717-Blue House so you can receive it. If you would still like to purchase last year’s Yearbook they are still available.

    I Know What You Did Last Summer!!!! Well actually we don't so if you have some very cool pictures with cool stories of what you did on Summer Vacation, as well as any pics and stories of the 100 Year Humble Celebration please email them to ahsyearbook1717@gmail.com.  

     In Sports…

    We will be selling football tickets today outside the cafeteria during all lunches. Come out and support our Eagles.

    AHS will play Katy Taylor at Turner @ 7:00 tonight!

    Ticket prices:

    Student 3.00

    Adult 5.00

    Cash only and all tickets will be 7.00 at the gate

    August 30th, 2018

    Campus news…

    Students, tomorrow is our first pep rally of the year!! You must be wearing an AHS spirit shirt in order to attend! See you there!!!

    The AHS Black Student Union will have their first meeting of the year today at 3:00PM right after school in Room 1717-Blue House. ALL are welcome and see you there!!!

    Senior Pictures will be taken with Scott Tate Photography today during your English Classes in Blue LGI. Seniors without English Classes please plan accordingly to take your Senior Picture by the end of the school day.

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    If you purchased a Yearbook last year and forgot to pick it up, please come to Room 1717-Blue House so you can receive it. If you would still like to purchase last year’s Yearbook they are still available.

    The Atascocita High School Speech and Debate Team will have its first meeting in room 1813 today, August 30th at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm. All that are interested are welcome to come check out our program.

    Math and Science League will be holding its first meeting from 3-3:30 today, August 30th in room 1115.

    In Sports

    We will be selling football tickets today and tomorrow outside the cafeteria during all lunches. Come out and support our Eagles.

    AHS will play Katy Taylor at Turner tomorrow 8/31 @ 7:00

    Ticket prices:  Student 3.00 | Adult 5.00

    Cash only and all tickets will be 7.00 at the gate

    Sports Boosters will be on campus to sell spirit items today during all lunches in the cafeteria.

    The Dance Legacy hip hop team will be having tryouts and will have an information meeting today in room 2505.

    Wednesday, August 29, 2018

    Campus news…

    Students, Friday is our first pep rally of the year!! You must be wearing an AHS spirit shirt in order to attend! See you there!!!

    Interested in getting involved here at Atascocita High School? Join Student Council. We will be having our first meeting of the year today, August 29th, at 3 pm in room 1108. We will be discussing all the details of what student council entails this year and how to join!

    There are still a few class officer positions open. If becoming a class officer is something that interests you, please come to the meeting today for more details!

    The AHS Black Student Union will have their first meeting of the year tomorrow, August 30 at 3:00PM right after school in Room 1717-Blue House. ALL are welcome and see you there!!!

    Senior Pictures will be taken with Scott Tate Photography today or tomorrow during your English Classes in Blue LGI. Seniors without English Classes please plan accordingly to take your Senior Picture by the end of either school day.

    The 2018-2019 AHS Yearbook is on sale for only $65.00 until October 26, 2018. For an extra $5.00 you can get your yearbook personalized with your name on the cover and up to 4 free icons. Please purchase your yearbook online at www.jostensyearbooks.com

    If you purchased a Yearbook last year and forgot to pick it up, please come to Room 1717-Blue House so you can receive it. If you would still like to purchase last year’s Yearbook they are still available.

    The Atascocita High School Speech and Debate Team will have its first meeting in room 1813, tomorrow, August 30 at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm. All that are interested are welcome to come check out our program.

    Math and Science League will be holding its first meeting from 3-3:30 tomorrow, August 30th in room 1115.

    In Sports…

    We will be selling football tickets tomorrow and Friday outside the cafeteria during all lunches. Come out and support our Eagles.

    AHS will play Katy Taylor at Turner Friday 8/31 @ 7:00

    • Ticket prices:
    • Student 3.00
    • Adult 5.

    Cash only and all tickets will be 7.00 at the gate

    Sports Boosters will be on campus to sell spirit items tomorrow before school outside the library and during all lunches in the cafeteria

    The Dance Legacy hip hop team will be having tryouts and will have an information meeting tomorrow in room 2505.

    Tuesday, August 28

    Campus news…

    Students, Friday is our first pep rally of the year!! You must be wearing an AHS spirit shirt in order to attend! See you there!!!

    Interested in getting involved here at Atascocita High School? Join Student Council. We will be having our first meeting of the year this Wednesday, August 29th, at 3 pm in room 1108. We will be discussing all the details of what student council entails this year and how to join!

    There are still a few class officer positions open. If becoming a class officer is something that interests you, please come to the meeting Wednesday for more details!

    If you are interested in the medical field, HOSA is the club for you! The first HOSA meeting of the year will take place today in the Blue LGI at 3:00. Come join us to see what this club is all about!

    The Atascocita High School Criminal Justice Club is currently accepting new members. If interested, please see Mrs.Nielsen in t-14. There will be a meeting today (8/27) at 3PM and on Tuesday, September 4th at 3pm.

    The AHS Black Student Union will have their first meeting of the year on Thursday, August 30 at 3:00PM right after school in Room 1717-Blue House. ALL are welcome and see you there!!!

    Senior Pictures will be taken with Scott Tate Photography this Wednesday and Thursday during your English Classes in Blue LGI. Seniors without English Classes please plan accordingly to take your Senior Picture by the end of either school day.

    The Atascocita High School Speech and Debate Team will have its first meeting in room 1813 Thursday August 30 at 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm. All that are interested are welcome to come check out our program.

    In Sports…

    We will be selling football tickets Thursday and Friday outside the cafeteria during all lunches. Come out and support our Eagles.

    AHS will play Katy Taylor at Turner Friday 8/31 @ 7:00   Ticket prices:  Student 3.00 | Adult 5.00| Cash only and all tickets will be 7.00 at the gate

    Sports Boosters will be on campus to sell spirit items Thursday before school outside the library and Thursday during all lunches in the cafeteria

    And again, don't forget you must have on an AHS shirt to get into the Pep Rally this Friday.

    The Dance Legacy hip hop team will be having tryouts and will have an information meeting on the 30th in room 2505.

     


    Monday, August 27

    Campus news…

    Interested in getting involved here at Atascocita High School? Join Student Council. We will be having our first meeting of the year this Wednesday, August 29th, at 3 pm in room 1108. We will be discussing all the details of what student council entails this year and how to join!

    There are still a few class officer positions open. If becoming a class officer is something that interests you, please come to the meeting Wednesday for more details!

    In Sports…

    We will be selling football tickets Thursday and Friday outside the cafeteria during all lunches. Come out and support our Eagles.

    AHS will play Katy Taylor at Turner Friday 8/31 @ 7:00

    Ticket prices:

    Student 3.00

    Adult 5.00

    Cash only and all tickets will be 7.00 at the gate

    Sports Boosters will be on campus to sell spirit items Thursday before school outside the library and Thursday during all lunches in the cafeteria

    Don't forget you must have on an AHS shirt to get into the Pep Rally on Friday

    The Dance Legacy hip hop team will be having tryouts and will have an information meeting on the 30th in room 2505.