• Good morning, ATEMS. Today is Friday, August 28.

    Students, after school, if you are waiting in front of the TSTC portion of the campus, please remain on the sidewalk, do not stand on the gravel or lawn area.  Please do not play with, kick, or throw the gravel.  Please remain on the sidewalk.

    Students, TSTC is conducting an event for TSTC students in Student Central and has asked that ATEMS students not use that area of the building today.  This means that juniors and seniors will not be able to use Student Central on Friday either before school or during lunch and that students should not pass through Student Central when transitioning between classes.  This is for Friday only.

    Trust Cards will be handed out on Monday during second period.  Only students who have returned ALL school district documentation to their second period teacher will receive their Trust Cards.  This paperwork MUST be turned in before a student will receive a Trust Card.  Students who are off campus second period will receive their Trust Cards from Mrs. Yates.

    Students, you will no longer have access to your Gmail account after tonight.  If you need help migrating your documents from to your AISD Drive, contact Mr. Packer.

    MOUSE Squad will meet before and after school on Monday, August 31 in Mr. Monroe’s room. If you are a current member or if you would like to join, please come to the meeting.

    This school year’s first meeting of the ATEMS Robotics Club will be Monday, August 31st, from  3:35 till 4:15 in the Engineering Lab.  If you are interested in or just curious about ATEMS robotics please attend this meeting.  There  will be an after school Activity Bus that day if you need transportation.  Please contact Mr. Haney or Mrs. West if you have any questions.

    If you are interested in running for an officer in Student Council, please wait and pick up the application on Monday, August 31, from Mrs. Bunton or Mr. Strickland.

    There will be a brief general interest meeting for Science UIL on Tuesday, September 1st after school at 3:40 in the cafeteria.  If you are interested in Science UIL but cannot attend the meeting, please see Mr. Packer, Mrs. Burns, or Mrs. Isenhower.

    If you are interested in joining STARS, applications can be picked up in Ms. Angell’s room. The deadline to turn in applications is Monday.

    TEA invites high school seniors graduating between January and June of 2016 to apply for the opportunity to be a U.S. Presidential Scholar. The Texas Commissioner of Education will nominate ten male and ten female candidates to apply for the honor. Please see TEA’s U.S. Presidential Scholars Program webpage for more information:  Application due date: September 11, 2015

    Lynn Barnes, the Director of Recruitment for Texas A&M Admissions will be in Abilene next Monday evening for a Texas A&M Admissions and Financial Aid presentation and to meet with prospective students and families.  She will be at Joe Allen’s Corrall Room at 301 S. 11th Street.  

    5:30-6:00 p.m. - Registration and Food Ordering

    6:00-8:00 p.m. - Presentation for parents and students

    Seating is limited. Register online at

    Information about scholarships can be found in the Daily Announcements, in your emails, and outside of Mr. Monroe’s room.

    Student Leadership Conference
    Pre-registration required
    Thursday, August 27th, 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

    ATEMS PTO Meeting

    6:00 p.m., September 17, 2015



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8:30 a.m. – 3:35 p.m.

Student Leadership Conference

Thursday August 27th, 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Are you interested in becoming an outstanding student leader?  If so, this conference is for you.  Only 35 ATEMS students will be able to participate, so you will need to apply if you would like to attend.  Please contact Mrs. Jera Bunton ( or Mr. Brad Strickland ( for additional information.
Click HERE to download the flyer. 

Academy of Technology, Engineering, Math & Science 

As a 21st century school, ATEMS embraces rigor in both traditional core learning areas and in skills typically not taught as a part of a traditional curriculum. The Academy is a unique school in Abilene ISD and will help revolutionize the educational experience of high school students across the Big Country. The overall goal of ATEMS is not only to increase student achievement in math and science, but also to inspire students by exposing them to rigorous “real world” problems and issues using research-based, proven curriculum. 
The campus is technology-rich, mimicking the workplace where all participants have access to the technological tools they need to complete their work.
The campus is fully wireless with a 1:1 computer ratio for all students and facilitators. When projects are completed, external evaluators from a variety of business and education fields come to grade student presentations and final products. All students at the Academy will complete four years of math and science and meet all state requirements for the recommended graduation plan. Upon high school graduation from ATEMS, students will have had the opportunity to accrue at least 30 college hours and participate in capstone or internships with local businesses. 

Enrolling @ ATEMS The application is now live!   
To download a copy of the 2015 application for incoming 9th graders, click here.
For more information on the application process, click here
Transfer Students 
Applicants interested in attending ATEMS during the fall of 2015 must submit a completed application and provide a copy of the most current student report card. 
Students outside of Abilene ISD are eligible to apply and attend if they meet district requirements. 
Click here for the transfer application.