Student & Parent Info

Online classes are available at AHS.  Please Contact Mr. Craig Barrett in the AHS Media Center at 358-5190.

Yearbook Order Forms

Order Form

Business/Organization Ad Opportunity Form

Advanced Placement

WHAT IS ADVANCED PLACEMENT / AP?

Advanced Placement (AP) is a program in the United States and Canada created by the College Board which offers college-level curricula and examinations to high school students. American colleges and universities may grant placement and course credit to students who obtain high scores on the examinations.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF AP?

You Can Get a Challenging, Rigorous Academic Experience

Prep for College: Learn Time Management and Self-Study Skills

Strengthen Transcripts: “B” in an AP is better than an “A” in a regular

You Can Earn College Credit: Get a Head Start on College Reqs

Strengthen College Applications and Scholarship

ALPENA HIGH IS A 2019 SILVER MEDAL SCHOOL BECAUSE OF AP!

See: https://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/michigan/districts/alpena-public-schools/alpena-high-school-9690

CLASSES OFFERED AT ALPENA HIGH

Statistics - Mrs Julie Warner

Psychology - Mrs. Melissa Doubek

European History - Mr. Tom Stoppa

Language - Mr. Phil Cook

Government - Mr Tony Linton & Mr. Bill Bright

Literature - TBD

US History - TBD

WHAT STUDENTS SAY

“AP classes have not only provided a chance at college credit, but also have taught me

important studying, time management, and test taking skills that are useful in all classes and

will aid in success at the collegiate level.” Clayton Donajkowski - Class of 2019

2019 TESTING DATES

See Link: https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/courses/exam-dates-and-fees

COLLEGE GUIDELINES

UM: https://admissions.umich.edu/apply/freshmen-applicants/ap-ib-credit

MSU: https://admissions.msu.edu/apply/freshman/before-you-apply/earn-college-credit.aspx

MTU: https://www.mtu.edu/admissions/apply/ap-ib-clep/ap-previous/

WMU: https://wmich.edu/registrar/students/advising/students-advising-ap

EMU: https://catalog.emich.edu/content.php?catoid=25&navoid=5184

CMU: https://www.cmich.edu/admissions/undergrad/incoming/Pages/Advanced-Placement-at-CMU.aspx

GRAND VALLEY: https://www.gvsu.edu/cbe/#AP

SAGINAW VALLEY: http://www.svsu.edu/undergraduateadmissions/notinmenu/advancedplacement/

AHS / AP  POWER POINT:

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jzT8yhXCmMwaQRWX223d0mq9evBaKhhCPaHOPlbPg38/edit#slide=id.p14

WHAT IT TAKES / COLLEGE BOARD LINKS

AP Experience: https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/exploreap/the-ap-experience

The Rewards: https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/exploreap/the-rewards

For Help / FAQ: https://apstudent.collegeboard.org/help

CHECK OUT THESE LINKS:

A) What are the Benefits? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GH5QMyrp0uI

B) What are the Value of AP ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP10idcoWfA

AP Brochure

Tutoring

After school tutoring is available on Mondays and Thursdays in the AHS Commons.  Just show up for help from one of our fantastic teachers! Help is available for any of your classes.

Mr. Lee Fitzpatrick, Parent Involvement Coordinator for APS, is available at (989) 358-5043.

National Honor Society Students:

Fulfill all requirements, including service expectations, by the deadline to be eligible to wear the NHS sash at graduation & have the NHS sticker on your diploma. Please don't wait until May!!!

Watch The A.H.S. Tvs Daily For Current Information!

Senior Class Info

Senior Class Information

Weekly Update from Mr. Berriman (AHS Principal):

Each week, Mr. Berriman sends out an update to AHS students on information important to them for the upcoming week.  This can be found here: Weekly Message to AHS Students

Resources

Powerpoint DocumentACT Get Ready for College - Provides Information on Choosing a College 
External LinkACT Information
External LinkACT Student - For ACT sign-up and to request additional score reports
External LinkCareer Cruising - Explore career options and information
External LinkAHS 2017-18 Course Selection Guide
External LinkCollege Planning​
External LinkCurrent college information​
External LinkObtain Career Information or Educational Development Plan​
External LinkEligibility Center - To apply for NCAA Athletic Eligibility
External LinkCollege Board - To request additional AP scores, access PSAT information or to sign up for the SAT exam
External LinkKnow How 2 Go Michigan  - or further college planning
External LinkMacrao - To check the transfer status of courses taken at Alpena Comm. College
External LinkAlpena Community College
External LinkFAFSA - Complete the free Financial Aid worksheet
External LinkTranscript Request
PDF DocumentTranscript Request Form​ - For former students and graduates only! Current students obtain transcript copies from their counselor in the E-House office.
2017-2018 Student and Parent Handbook

2017-2018 Code of Conduct

 

Sports Teams

Call the AHS Athletic Office at 358-5313 for more information.

Baseball ~    Varsity & JV
Basketball
~ Boys' Varsity & JV
~ Girls' Varsity & JV
Cheerleading ~ Varsity & JV
Cross Country
Football ~ Varsity, JV, Freshmen
Hockey
Soccer ~ Boys & Girls
Softball
Swimming ~ Boys & Girls
Tennis ~ Boys & Girls
Track ~ Boys & Girls
Volleyball
Wrestling
 

Student Clubs & Organizations

Bowling - John Snyder
DARE Role Models - Officer Tim Marquardt, APD 

DECA - Melissa Timmreck
Forensics - Phil Cook
French - Laurie Lemont
Freshmen Connection - Tom Berriman & Brydi Haugerud
German - Laurie Lemont
Health Occupations - Jennie Spomer
History - Tom Stoppa
ICE/Diversity - Phil Cook
KAPUT - Tom Berriman
Key Club - Tom Farley
Knowledge Bowl - Laura Coleman
Leadership - Kristen Spain
Masquers - Andrea Linton
National Honor Society - Jennie Spomer
Peer Mediation - Mary Daoust
Peer Mentors - Mary Daoust
ROV - John Caplis  
Science Olympiad - Melissa Doubek
Senior Planning Team - Tom Berriman & Brydi Haugerud
Ski/Snowboard - John Caplis
Spanish - Amy Brownridge
Yearbook - Paula Gehrke
Yellow Ribbon - Lori Vought
Youth Volunteer Corps - TBA