A group of Juniors took a trip to Mount Wachusett Community College for the Junior Symposium. This program prepared them for college with workshops on financial aid and college admissions.
Mr. Athol High was a huge success once again! We had 13 students and faculty member Bill LaRose participating this year. Mark Rathburn was MC for the evening. Winners from left to right were: Kaleb Her: Rookie of the Year, Anthony Negron: 3rd place Colby Mason: Mr. Athol High, Tim Soucie: 2nd place, Jordan Carrasquillo: […]
Leander calls Aces ‘awesome’ by Louisa May Alcott and Payton Parker Renovations expected for weight/fitness room by Will Kitzmiller Meyer confirms stay, announces new plans by Riley Carey Movie theater coming to Athol by Lexee Violet Mr. Athol High set for Thursday by Bri Cauley Snow days create a buzz at AHS by Natasha Castillo […]
The following letters were sent home today with 3rd quarter progress reports. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 978-249-2435. Upcoming ELA MCAS Delayed Schedule for March 21, 22, and March 23, 3017 New parent pick-up and drop-off procedure
The AHS junior class recently hosted a Cake Bingo night. There was a great turnout from the community for a fun filled family night. In the end, there were 44 happy winners sent home with delicious cakes to enjoy.
The following students were recognized for doing a good deed recently at AHS. They were awarded a Raider Pride prized of a free Subway sub. Meghan Pierce, Trever Curtis, Jordan Chapalonis, Mercedez Young, Julia Ramos, Sebastian Lucier, Krystal McCulley, Bryce King. Missing from photo: Cullen Burbee The following students received High Honor Roll for the […]
Members of the AHS 84 group and staff participated Project Purple Night which was held Wednesday February 22nd, with the Athol and Mahar varsity boys and girls basketball teams facing off. Both rival towns competed on the court but off the court they came together to show their support for project purple which raises awareness […]
As this school year is rapidly coming to the halfway point, report cards for second term and first semester final exams were issued on Friday, February 3rd 2017. If you did not receive your child’s report card, please stop by the main office. After we return from February vacation, the 2017-2018 course selection sheets are […]
A-Z Club allows students to express themselves by Kaitlin Baptista Senior boys to be recognized tonight by RILEY CAREY Drama club brings ‘Loserville’ to AHS by LEXEE VIOLET Superintendent Meyer considering leaving Athol by LOUISA MAY ALCOTT Follow us! AHS Journalism class takes to social media by BRIANNA CAULEY The Boy At the Top of the […]
Happy New Year!!! I hope that all of you had a restful Winter I break. In December, Raider Nation on the Move was a tremendous success. Ninety-five percent of the senior class completed at least a two or four-year college application. There is a large display in the front hallway displaying the results. Please stop […]
On ThursdayJanuary 12, Athol High School invited recent graduates back to talk about their college experiences. Returning graduates included Holly Brissette, Tatyana Carrasqullio, Steven Crawford, Patrick Curtin, Olivia Dufuor, Chandler Giuffre and Tatianna LaCroix. The event was hosted by Mount Wachusett Community College Student Activities Officer, Kyle LaTulippe who asked the panel various real world questions […]
January 6, 2017 Dear Parents/Guardians: This letter is to clarify the schedule and procedure for the upcoming mid-year exams and finals. Students will have an exam in every class. Year-long classes will give a mid-year exam that will count as 10% of the final grade. Semester long classes will give a final exam that will […]
From December 21 – 23, Athol High School seniors took part in the Massachusetts College Application Celebration which encouraged students to take a significant step toward college. The event provided assistance and built excitement around the college application process. The goal is to give every graduating senior the opportunity to complete at least one application by the conclusion of […]
Students at AHS recently received awards for academic achievement during Spirit Week.
The Athol High School chapter of Best Buddies will hold a charity auction in the AHS cafeteria on Saturday December 3rd. The preview for the auction will begin at 4:00 and the bidding will begin at 5:00 pm. This auction will involve bidding as Best Buddies will be working with Quabbin Valley auction from Orange, […]
As the festivities of Halloween have now past, November 4th marks the close of the first quarter. Remember to fall back and gain the extra hour of sleep this weekend. The students and teachers are working very hard to complete grades and final assessments. Report cards will be issued on Thursday, November 10th. If you […]
October 5, 2016 Dear Athol High School Families; The school year has begun quietly and smoothly. Thank you for all of your support. Students are settling into the routines of academics and fall sports. The theme for this school year is, “Be the change you wish to see in the world,” Gandhi. September has quickly […]
September 13, 2016 Dear Parents/Guardians: Please join us for this year’s open house at Athol High School on Thursday September 15, 2016. This event will start with a brief presentation in the cafeteria where we will review some information regarding this school year. Following the presentation, parents/guardians are asked to follow their student’s schedule. During […]
September 2016 I would to take this opportunity to officially welcome you all to the start of 2016-2017 school year. School opens on September 6, 2016 at 7:10am for breakfast. There have been many changes to the High School. The flag pole entrance and the Library/Media Center hallways have been retiled. The bathrooms by the […]
Calendar of Events for the Class of 2016
May 13, 2016 Dear Parents/Guardian: This letter is to inform you that the sophomore class will be taking the Math MCAS on Tuesday, May 17th, and Wednesday, May 18h. On these two days we will be running a delayed opening schedule. Most students who are not taking the MCAS exam are not required to arrive […]
Joshua Gabrenas receives a Certificate of Recognition presented by Julie Robideau Marynok on behalf of the Athol-Royalston Regional School District for his outstanding efforts as a Para-tech. Congrats Josh!
Just when you thought spring was in the air, another April snow day. As the school is quickly coming to a close the third quarter grades closed on April 1st and report cards were issued on Friday, April 8th. Grades 9-11 completed a grade reflection sheet during Advisory. Seniors remember to check your financial responsibility […]
March 22 March 23 March 24 7:40-8:00 Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast 8:00-10:00 MCAS Testing MCAS Testing MCAS Testing 10:05-10:55 A B C 10:58-12:13 B A D 10:58-11:20 1st Lunch 1st Lunch 1st Lunch 11:23-11:45 2nd Lunch 2nd Lunch 2nd Lunch 11:48-12:13 3rd Lunch 3rd Lunch 3rd Lunch 12:16-1:06 C E E 1:09-1:59 D F F March […]
At the close of grades for progress reports for the third quarter, freshman through juniors have completed grade reflections in advisory on Friday afternoon. Seniors were informed of the Athol High School Scholarship. This scholarship is granted to all graduating seniors who attend college and completes the application. This scholarship is renewable over four years. […]
Downloadable Version: Program of Studies 16-17 FINAL
Your Child Can Eat Breakfast and Lunch for FREE at school! As part of the 2010 Healthy and Hunger-Free Kids Act, Athol-Royalston Regional School District, along with other districts, will begin offering free meals to all students this school year. For parents, that means no more forms to fill out, no online meal account to […]
By: Steven C. Meyer, Principal, Athol High School On Tuesday January 27, 2015, the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released the four-year graduation rate and annual drop-out rate for 2014. The drop-out rate for Athol High School has dropped to 1.3 percent. This is better than the state average of 2.0 percent. This […]
October, 2013 Dear Parent/Guardian: As we enter October you should be receiving your student’s mid-quarter progress report. These progress reports were distributed to the students on October 1st. If you have any concerns or would like to discuss anything with your student’s teachers, please feel free to schedule a parent-teacher conference. We are having a […]