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Our Vision:

​Every Student College and Career Ready

Summer School Begins

Session I:  at AHS, Wed., June 8           Session II: at GHS, Mon., June 27

Learn About IB Schools!

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In January 2016, Azusa High School became an IB school. 

Click here to see what it's all about!

Every Wednesday is Early Release at 2 p.m.

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. 

Phone calls go home every night if you have been absent or tardy.  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 pick-up 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.

Students will only be released to adults with valid I.D. and parental/guardian permission.

Click below to create a meal account:

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ASB Cards

For more information Click here

School Site Council 2015–16

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Sarah Serrano                                       Annabella Grande Agostinho                      Shelsey Mora-Cavazos

                                                                                                                           

These juniors are serving on AHS’ Site Council and have been elected as officers.

Sarah Serrano is president, Annabella Grande Agostinho is Vice-Chair, and Shelsey Mora-Cavazos is secretary.  Others serving are: Principal Ramiro Rubalcaba, parents Maria Meza and Eddie Gonzalez; teachers Margarita Mallén, Henry Granados, Jennifer Gutierrez and Vicky Davis; and classified employee Melissa Serrano.  

Last 2 Weeks of School Schedule of Events

 

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

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6:00 Sports Awards @ APU

27 Student of Mo.

Cap & Gown Distr.

5: 45pm Grad Night

Textbooks due

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Seniors Return

from grad night

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No School

31  Min. Day

Per 1 & 4 Block Schedule

Senior Check Out

11:20 Senior Assembly

1 Min Day

Per 2 & 5 Block Schedule

10:30  Barbecue

12:30 Graduation Tickets

2 Min. Day

Per 3 & 6 Block Schedule

8:30 Graduation Practice (APU)

12:30 Seniors Prep for Graduation

2:30 Graduation (APU)

 

3 Min. Day

Last Day School

 

 

Graduation 2016

APU Felix Event Center

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Tickets available only through graduating seniors.  Tickets will be distributed to qualified seniors on Wed., June 1.  All clearances must be obtained prior to June 1.

Congratulations, Brad Kear — 2015–2016 Teacher of the Year!

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Prom Highlights

ACADECA Team Triumphs!

 

ACADECA16.jpgCompeting against 45 other L.A. County schools, Azusa High Academic Decathlon team members Daniel Ayala, Jasmine De Los Santos, Victor Duong, MacKaela Esslin, Ronnie Gomez, Andy Gonzalez, Julia Lydick and Keoni Montoya earned 14 individual medals.

 

Julia was  our biggest winner, receiving six medals: a gold for math, a silver for interview and a bronze each for essay and music. Additionally, Lydick earned a gold medal for top scorer and a silver medal for top in division.
 

Other medal winners were:

  • Gonzalez, bronze medal for interview
  • Esslin, three bronze medals for economics, interview and speech
  • Santos, two silver medals for language & literature and music, and
  • Gomez, two silver medals for language & literature and interview

ONCE AN AZTEC, ALWAYS AN AZTEC!

Once an Aztec, always an Aztec!

Important Dates

May

24-Senior Finals--Regular Release (2:50)

25-Senior Finals--Early Release  (2:00)

26-Senior Finals--Regular Release (2:50)

30-Holiday: Memorial Day

31-Minimum Day:Finals  (12:35)

June

1-Minimum Day: Finals  (12:35)

2-Minimum Day: Finals  (12:35)

2-Graduation @ 2:30-

       tickets required

3-Minimum Day:

       End of Semester 2  (12:35)

**for details, click calendar below**

School Calendar

Contact Us

Azusa High School

240 N. Cerritos Avenue

Azusa, CA 91702

(626)–815–_____

Attendance Office 3491
Main Office 3400
Guidance Office 3490
ASB Office 5225
Athletic Office 3433
Activities Office 3428

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!

A Champion Aztec!

LSalas2014.pngCongratulations to Azusa High graduate Lizette Salas on winning her first LPGA event, the Kingsmill Championship, at the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Virginia.  The 2007 AHS graduate went on to USC where she majored in sociology and graduated in 2011.