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Attendance Advisory

Attendance Update

All Students: Please be aware—if you are absent from school or a class—you have only 5 days to clear that absence in the Attendance Office.  Pay attention to your absences since this will affect your placement for ACE.  Phone calls go home every if you have been absent.  This timeline is per district policy.

If you need to have your child released early from school, please call the attendance office after 7:30 am, or one hour prior to pickup time.  This will give us sufficient time to locate your child and give him/her an off- campus pass to meet you at the requested time.

Welcome Principal Rubalcaba

Ramiro Rubalcaba

The Board of Education  has selected Ramiro Rubalcaba as the new principal at Azusa High.  He had served as the Coordinator of Certificated Performance Evaluation Support for the Los Angeles Unified School District. Former AHS Principal John Coke will head the District's new SOAR Program.

Mr. Rubalcaba also served as Assistant Principal at Garfield High School and Stevenson Middle School in Los Angeles.  He earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Cal State Los Angeles.

Please join us in welcoming him to our school.

 

ASB Cards

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ITAC Activities

DAR Recognizes Cadets

DAR Award

Gladstone High School JROTC cadet Lisa Geiser (R) and Azusa High School JROTC cadet Mariel Martinez (L) were presented the Leadership Excellence Award from the Serrano Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. This award recognizes cadets who demonstrate dependability, good character, leadership ability and a fundamental and patriotic understanding of the importance of U.S. Army JROTC training. They are pictured with Gladstone High JROTC Instructor Major Fred Merz (R) and Azusa High JROTC instructor Sergeant First Class Henry Granados.(L).

 

The Wizard of Oz 5/15–24

ORDER NOW!

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Only 50 left!

Orders are on demand; extras are not ordered to be sold later.  Get yours now; don't be left out.

$75 cash or check in Activities or Room 11

Checks accepted only before May 1.

Every student college and career ready

Once an Aztec, always an Aztec!

Important Dates

Tues., Apr. 22—School Site Council

Tues., Apr. 22—District Concert

Fri., Apr. 25—Students of the Month Breakfast (6:45)

Annual Toilet Exchange Program

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Contact Us

Azusa High School

240 N. Cerritos Avenue

Azusa, CA 91702

(626)–815–_____

Attendance Office 3491
Main Office 3400
Guidance Office 3490
Activities/Athletics 5225

Alma Mater

Marching proudly ever forward

To victory and to fame

Azusa High, our alma mater,

Glorious is thy name.

Through the years our

Hearts will cherish

Time we spent with you.

Memories will never perish.

We’re forever true!

Classified Employee Of The Year

Noe Falcon

Noe Falcon has been nominated as Azusa High Schools Classified Employee of the Year.  Noe has worked at AHS for 14 years as Campus Safety.  We congratulate Noe for a great job!

Abandoned Baby Pictures!

CryBaby.pngEvery year we end up with baby pictures that were used in the yearbook—and then abandoned by their owners. 

These photos may be picked up at the school’s yearbook room.

Click here to see the full list of abandoned baby pictures. 

Tell your friends and relatives!