Welcome to Archbold High School!
Archbold High School is a 9-12th grade school with a tremendous staff and an excellent student body! AHS offers numerous elective courses in drama, music, computer and technology, industrial arts, art, work and family, business, and vocational education, as well as rigorous core curriculum offerings. AHS supports 18 varsity sports as well as several very active student and booster groups. Archbold High School student success is due to continual support from our community!
Feb. 12 Instrumental Petting Zoo
Feb. 22 Jazz Band to Wyse Commons
Feb. 27 Junior ACT Testing
March 4 Choir Concert
March 5 Band Concert @ WHS
March 14 Interview Competition
March 15 Junior Job Shadow day
March 16 End of the Third Quarter
March 20 FFA Banquet
April 13-15 Spring Musical
April 27 Senior Citizen Luncheon
On Friday, March 9th, the Archbold Men’s Chorus, Archbold Women’s Chorus, and the Archbold Chorale competed in adjudicated competition at Archbold High School. The Archbold Men's Chorus, Archbold Women's Chorus, and the Archbold Chorale all received straight Superior Ratings (I) and have qualified for State Competition. This marks the twelfth consecutive year that choirs from Archbold have qualified for State competition. Congratulations to these talented students for their superior work!
AHS is offering free tutoring each Thursday after school in the media center. Staff will be on hand to help with homework and study for tests.
September 21 will mark the beginning of this year’s study table. We saw great results the last 3 years and want to continue this program. This hour of tutoring every Thursday is open to anyone who wants a little more help each week. We will have a high school teacher as well as student tutors from the National Honors Society ready to help students each week.
The AHS online school magazine is now available! Check out The Phoenix on our Student Activities page today.
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A student is allowed to have a parent write notes to excuse absences up to thirty hours in a semester. Hours beyond the thirty and subsequent absences in that semester will require a medical note. If a note is not provided, the absence will be considered unexcused.
During the school year students will need to turn in their money to the high school office by 10:30 AM in order to have the money deposited into their account for that day. No money will be taken while a student is in the lunch line. Parents who do not want to allow other students to use their child's lunch account need to notify Mrs. Babcock.
Lunch prices will be $2.75 for regular lunch and $3.00 for basket meals for the 2017-18 school year.
English Math Reading Science Composite
AHS Students 22.6 22.5 23.3 23 23
State Average 21.4 21.7 22.4 22 22