Abilene High Eagles

As always, the safety and security of AISD students, families, teachers and staff is our top priority. While we know that these are uncertain times, you can be assured that we remain committed to doing everything in our power to protect our school communities. We can’t wait to see our students again and look forward to a successful 2021-22 school year in the AISD!

Speak Up for Safety

Some examples of reasons to reach out for help for yourself or others are bullying, violence, personal health, suicide prevention, or a crisis at home. If this is an emergency or life-threatening to the student or others, please call 911.

Take Your Next Step.

You have the chance to take charge of your education and choose to be part of something big in Abilene. Certifications offered in dozens of career pathways, you can take advantage of a new state-of-the-art facility and gain real-world experience in todays and tomorrows technologies.

Student Nutrition

Lunch menus, nutrition news & more…

Transportation

Bus routes, Smart Tag & more…

Grades

Frontline access for grades & attendance.

Let's Talk

Let us know how we can help.

Athletics

View schedules, live events & scores.

Fine Arts

View fine arts showcases & events.

AISDtv

Videos of events & features from AISD.

Careers

Join the AISD family.

Eagle News & Events

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EAGLENEWS

YEARBOOK DISTRIBUTION
Yearbooks will be distributed in mid-June. A Remind message will be sent with details about the distribution event and updates will be posted here on the website.  There are still a VERY limited number of copies are available to reserve for $80. They will be $90 at distribution if any extra books are available.  The online order window will remain open until these copies are sold out.
CLICK HERE to place your order online.


FINAL EXAMS Spring 2022
Click Here for Exam Schedule


Summer Sports Camps
TENNIS – VOLLEYBALL – BASKETBALL
Click Here for Registration Information for Summer Sports Camps


SENIOR Calendar Class of 2022
Click Here to see important dates.


PROJECT GRADUATION
Saturday Night, May 28, 10:00 p.m. – 5:00 a.m.
Dodge Jones Youth Sports Center
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
Parents/Guardians – Click Here to Volunteer
Click Here to Donate


Communities in SCHOOL
Academics – Attendance Goals – Behavior Support
Career/College – Basic Needs – Family Support
Click Here to Learn More
Click Here for Consent & Information Form


Cheerleaders


UIL Results


Gold Rush Tryouts



Orchestra All Region


AHS Area Tennis


Abilene High National Merit
National Merit® Commended Students

Seniors Brooke Garduno and Harrison Smith were among approximately 34,000 high scorers nation-wide on the PSAT/NMSQT to receive Letters of Commendation in recognition of their outstanding academic promise. Over 1.5 million students took the PSAT and National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test test in October of 2020. Commended Students are named based on a nationally applied Selection Index score that may vary from year to year. Principal Emme Siburt presented certificates from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation to Garduno and Smith in their classrooms on Thursday, Sept. 23.


Spirit Wear


 FRESHMAN Information Website
CLICK HERE FOR ADDITIONAL DETAILS


 Communities in Schools
CIS works close partnership with school leadership, staff and other service providers in the school. Our goal is the same as yours: support your children as they navigate
school and emerge ready for what lies ahead.
Click here to find out how we can help your student.


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Parking Spot
All AHS Students that drive to school must register their vehicle with Mrs. McKeehan in Room 1504.  Reserved Student Parking Spot Hang Tags for Seniors/Juniors will continue selling starting July 27 from 8:30-12:30.  Please bring your Valid Driver License, Proof of Insurance, and $35 (cash or check).  Also, you will need a picture of your license plate, so you can record that on your registration card.  If purchasing a hang tag for a non-reserved spot, the cost is $5.

 


 2021 Yearbook PickUp
If you were not able to pick up your yearbook on distribution day, pre-purchased yearbooks are available for pick up in the registrar’s office.
No extra copies are available for purchase.


V.O.E.FORMS
Students, if you need a Verification of Enrollment (VOE) for driver license purposes, you must request the form 24 hours in advance.
Click here for a printable request form:  VOE Request Form


PTAAdopt-A-Teacher
Click here to sign up for Adopt-A Teacher


AHS PTA


FOOD DELIVERIES
Students…This is a reminder that  AISD does not allow food to be delivered to students from any food delivery service at any time during the day.  If you have food delivered, it must be delivered via parent or guardian and only during lunchtime.


Parking Lot Restrictions
We are still having major problems with Students parking in the Teacher Parking Lots and Spots.  Students are only allowed to park in the West Student Parking Lot and in the north half of the North Parking Lot by the Softball Field (Do not park in front of the soccer/football field).  Please do not park in numbered spots as they belong to Teachers and Staff.  Also please do not park in the middle row of the Mockingbird Parking Lot by band hall and cafeteria.  Tickets are being issued to violators.


Student IDs
All replacement IDs will be $5.00. All students must have a current ID and wear it at ALL times while on campus and at school
activities. You must have your ID to sit in the student section at Eagle football games.


 College & Vaccines
ATTENTION SENIORS, AND ALL STUDENTS APPLYING FOR COLLEGE, DUAL CREDITS OR HOLLAND:
YOU MAY NEED SOME VACCINES.  IF YOU ARE UNCLEAR, PLEASE SEE ONE OF THE NURSES FOR INFORMATION AND A COPY OF YOUR VACCINE RECORD.

SHOUTOUTS

College Signing Perside Ebengo

AHS Tennis State Tournament

College Signing Jalen McGee

AHS Track Spring 2021


District Golf Champion


Students of the Six Weeks



AHS UIL



UIL Journalism 2021



Creative Writing Winners


Regional Powerlifting



JROTC Cadets Shout Out



2020-2021 Football Awards



January 28, 2021
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January 21, 2021


November 13, 2020
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November 13, 2020
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October 23, 2020
Week2_Ms Miller


September 30, 2020
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September 23, 2020
Mr Hendrickson


AHSHAPPENINGS


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Retirement Reception


PALS Angel Tree

PALS Angel TreeThank you AHS for your generosity! We adopted 75 Angels this year. So many children will have a Merry Christmas because of your giving spirit!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Our Mission 

Abilene High School is a community dedicated to meeting educational, emotional, and social needs as we build leaders prepared to thrive in our diverse and changing society.

Mascot: Eagles
School Colors: Black & Gold
Motto: “Enter to learn; go forth to serve.”

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Why Choose Abilene ISD?

Allow us to show you why we are the clear choice for your education experience.
OUTSTANDING. EXCITING. AISD.

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Non-Discrimination Policy

The board has established policies and procedures to prohibit and promptly address inappropriate and offensive behaviors that are based on a person’s race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, disability, age, or any other basis prohibited by law.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Notice of Release of Information