Any family interested in hosting a foreign exchange student with World Heritage Exchange Students Program can contact Joe Douglas at the contact areas listed for more information.
Airport High School welcomes all incoming 9th graders and their parents to 9th grade orientation on Thursday, January 29 at 6:00pm in the High School Cafeteria.
Downriver Career Technical Consortium presents the 10th Grade Career Expo at Carlson High School in Gibraltar on Feb. 11 from 6 to 8pm. Check out these flyers for details: Flyer 1 & Flyer 2.
The next mobile food pantry will be held on Good Friday, April 3, 2015 from 10a until 12n at the back of Wagar Middle School.
Follow this link to watch the Fox2 News Report of Connor Bint's Toy Drive: http://bit.ly/1IAWNgB We are so proud! #JetPride #PrayforConnor
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Welcome to Airport High School!
It is my pleasure to welcome you to Airport High School, a Michigan Department of Education Rewards School for two consecutive years! We look forward to providing you with a positive, productive, and technology based learning experience during your time with us. The time that is spent at Airport will be among the most memorable of any experiences in your life. It is the desire of the Airport staff to assist you and your student in every way possible to assure a positive and successful high school experience is had.
At Airport High School we strive to prepare your student for their life after high school, while still savoring the Jet Pride attitude that makes Airport High School an excellent place to learn and work. We offer ten advanced placement classes, dual enrollment opportunities, an early middle college program in conjunction with Schoolcraft College where your student can earn an associate’s degree while still earning their high school diploma, as well as a very rigorous curriculum to ensure your child is prepared for what lies ahead outside of our walls.
We thank you for viewing our website and assure you that your student is in very capable hands when they enter our doors. Please contact myself or any of your students’ teachers at any time. We are here to work together!
Attention Freshman Parents! Miss the Town Hall Meeting? Check out the videos from the event here: Video 1 & Video 2
Attention Students! Need help with math? Stop by and see Mr. Pinter in room 64 during your lunch.
Attention Students! Join S.A.A.D and you can help make a change!
Stay Healthy Jets!
Reports of Enterovirus D-68 have been circulating the country and media as of late, although there have been no confirmed cases of EV-D68 in Michigan yet. Regardless, we have some healthy suggestions for our students and families to avoid the virus.
1) Frequently wash hands with warm water and soap for 20 seconds.
2) Avoid touching eyes, mouth, nose with unwashed hands.
3) Avoid close contact (kissing, hugging), sharing cups/utensils/drinks with people who are sick.
4) Disinfect frequently touched surfaces like doorknobs, remote controls, and computer keyboards.
5) If you have asthma, be extra diligent about taking your asthma control medicines during flu season.
There is no cause for alarm! Just practice these precautionary habits and stay healthy, Jets! For more information about Enterovirus D-68 click here.
Become a Band Booster!
Band Booster meeting dates are the 2nd Tuesday of every month in the A.H.S. Band room at 7:00 pm. Our mission is to support our A.H.S. Band students, the A.H.S. Band Program and its Director in its musical pursuits. We encourage and look forward to any and all parent participation that is offered. Thank you.
2014-2015 AHS Breakfast Menu
Schoolcraft College Information
Schoolcraft College Information
2015 Senior Pictures
Senior Picture Guidelines/Information
School Store "The Locker"
Check out the new website for the school store by clicking on the link below. The new website features a "Little Jet" slideshow featuring our very own AHS staff babies, grandbabies & pets. Check out the DECA spirit wear photo shoot featuring some of the new apparel that will be featured in The Locker next year. The Locker is relocating this fall to the cafeteria and will be open during all lunches.
School Store "THE LOCKER"
"DECA Wants You!"
The requirement for joining DECA is to be a past, current or future business, accounting or marketing student. If you cannot fit any of these classes into your schedule and you still want to join, please see Mrs. Millican in room 100. All of the students who are joining DECA must sign up for Remind 101 for summer communications. Bring your creative ideas, entrepreneurial spirit and motivation to DECA - every career requires one to market themselves in some way which makes DECA a great club for all students.
Jack of Spades Raffle
The Jack of Spades Raffle Card Game is
coming to Airport Community Schools. The proceeds will go to help fund
our 5th grade camp. Tickets available at Anson's and Carleton Pharmacy. The
price of the tickets are $1.00 each with a 60/40 prize pool. Drawings
will begin June 25 and every Wednesday after that, as specified on the
back of the tickets. We are looking for volunteers to help sell
tickets, help on Wednesday nights or even help in several other ways.
If you can help out, please contact Nikki Martel at 654-1802 or e-mail
Judi Pershing at email@example.com
Outnumber Hunger Information
Outnumber Hunger Flyer
Attention Students - SPEED SESSIONS are back!
If you want to get faster, SPEED SESSIONS with Coach Schley are available starting Tuesday, June 3. We workout at 3:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Do your lifting and conditioning and then meet Coach Schley at the track at 3:30 and you will see the results you want. Any athlete in any sport or any student are welcome.
Equestrian Team - Any student interested in the Equestrian Team needs to pick up a packet from the office. There will be no exceptions.
Airport High School is a Nut Free Building. Please do not bring foods that contain nuts in. Please see the office if you have any questions.
Attention Juniors - Do you know that you can get high school elective credit for work experience outside of the school and you can leave school early to earn this credit? Stop by room 100 and see Mrs. Millican for an application. All you need is a job and a vehicle to transport yourself to the work site.
Airport High School Library would be happy to take your old magazines. They will be used by the high school library and by Niedermeier Center for Education. After we have used them they will be recycled. We thank you in advance for any magazines that you can send our way. Donations may be dropped off in the AHS library.
All AHS Students are welcome to attend the Theatre Club (AHSTC) meeting held in room 101 every other Thursday from 2:30 – 3:30 pm Come meet new people and have some fun. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Mrs. Whitelaw at firstname.lastname@example.org . We hope to see you there!
Math help is available during the following lunches with Mrs. Olson in Room 26. Monday A and C Lunch. Tuesday A and B Lunch. Thursday B and C Lunch. Friday A and C Lunch.
Tuesdays with Teachers – Every Tuesday from 2:30 – 3:00 teachers are available in their classroom to help students with their studies.
The AHS Library is open after school every day from 2:14 – 3:30 pm. Students are able to use the computers to work on their school work.
Students who participate in after school functions are able to stop by the cafeteria to pick up a free snack and a free drink provided by Chartwells Food Service.
AHS Library Recycles computer ink, laser and toner cartridges, cell phones, gps devices, digital cameras and mp3 players. If you are looking for a place to recycle these items please bring them to your library and place them in the recycling drop box. If you or any family member works for a company that is seeking a place to recycle any of these items, we can set the company up with a direct account with our recycling efforts. Please ask Mrs. Mullins or Mrs. Brakel and we can get them set up. All proceeds made from this program benefit your library!
Gordon Food Service (GFS) FunFunds Program - Come to the library and sign up for a FunFunds card. Each time you shop at GFS they will scan your card and a portion of the proceeds from your sale will benefit your library. The card costs you nothing and you will receive coupons in the mail, periodically, that will give you discounts when you shop. Support your library and have your friends and family members sign up for a card.