Congratulations to the ARHS students who have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP exams.
At least 228 Random Acts of Kindness occurred in our building last week! Among the many kind students, the following names were picked from the raffle to receive a prize.
Come experience one of the dynamic performance of Masks, Mirrors and Love, on November 19th and 20th. The energy and enthusiasm of Dance Theatre Ensemble is infectious!
Coffee with the Superintendent is an opportunity for family and community members to meet with Interim Superintendent Maria Geryk in a casual setting to share ideas, concerns or questions.
It's that time of year again! Students interested in participating in the JETS Engineering team competitions this year had their first meeting last week.
ARHS Annual International Community Thanksgiving Celebration
The ARHS Theatre Company is presenting Outside Over There again this weekend Nov. 5 & 6 at 7pm at the Double Edge Theatre in Ashfield MA.
You have good intentions to make donations to the many organizations that solicit your help, but somehow manage to lose the paper work or just plain forget. We have solved that for you!
This Wednesday (11/3), the Bomba and Jazz Ensembles will showcase new works in the ARHS auditorium at 7:30 PM. If you are a dance or jazz aficionado, this is the place to be! These kids are really awesome.
Over the past two years, ARHS has been the #1 earning school in the Stop & Shop’s A+ School Rewards program. We've raised over $20,000 to benefit our kids!
Do you have an ARHS teen that wants to go to college? When should you start preparing? What courses should your teen take in 10th, 11th, 12th grades? How and when do you prepare for SAT's and ACT's? Are you terrified of the whole thing?
Not only is this our biggest fundraiser for the fall, it is a lively showcase of all things YAC! This is an opportunity to learn about our work and our values, and to see and hear from the folks who are part of this vibrant organization. Lewis-Sebring Commons, Valentine Hall -Amherst College from 5-7 PM.
The first evening of the ARHS School Council series 'Got Teens? Get the Facts', got off to a positive start last week. Dr. Jane Couperus, Assistant Professor of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience at Hampshire College gave the audience of parents a primer on brain development during adolescence, and why teens make the decisions they do and what motivates them.
The ARHS International Students Club pot-luck Thanksgiving celebration will be the evening of Wednesday, November 10.
Nov. 1, 7:00 PM - Math Night, a presentation by consultant Dr. Andrew Chen, in the ARMS auditorium. Dr. Chen will present preliminary findings from the K12 Math Review.