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Please adhere to the following procedures if and when your student needs an early dismissal:
A note from the Parent/Guardian to include:
students full name, date and time of early release, reason for the release and a phone number where a Parent/Guardian can be reached to confirm the early dismissal.
Students will be given a pass, which will allow them to leave class at the designated time.
If a student drives, the student will sign out at the attendance office before leaving. If a Parent/Guardian is picking up a student they need to provide ID and sign the student out at the attendance office.

Congratulations Dalton Greer!

Dalton Greer was just announced as a Madison County Community Foundation Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Finalist. AHS is proud of Dalton!


Anderson High School went on a soft lock down for a short period of time earlier today, November 17, 2021. This was done as a preventative measure while administrators and the police department could evaluate a threat posted on social media. After reviewing the threat the soft lock down was released.


Monday, November 1, is our scheduled parent/teacher conference day at Anderson High School Due to this, it is also scheduled as an eLearning day for students. Prior to November 1, teachers will be reaching out to parents to set up conference times. Conferences this year will take place in-person, by phone, or by video conference. If a teacher does not reach out to arrange a conference with you, but you would still like to meet with the teacher, please contact that teacher and let them know so they can add you to their list. We look forward to seeing many of you at A.H.S. on Monday!


Coat Give-Away!
Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 9am-Noon
Madison Park Church of God
Coats, Hats and Gloves
Drive Thru for Families


There is a challenge on the social media platform Tik Tok encouraging students to vandalize their school bathrooms. Destruction of any school property is strictly prohibited at Anderson Community Schools. Doing so will result in the student being disciplined. Students and their parents/guardians can also be held financially responsible for fixing any damage they may cause. To avoid this, we encourage parents/guardians to reaffirm the importance of respecting school property.


The 2020-2021 yearbooks are here!! If you graduated last year and ordered a yearbook, please stop by the school to pick it up.
If you would like to purchase one, the cost is $55.


Happy "WACKY WEDNESDAY" from a couple of our main office assistants, other students and a teacher from the Language Arts department!!
Homecoming week is upon us!!
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