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AHS Summer Reading Requirement for All High School Students 2014
Incoming students to the High School can choose one book to read this summer. Your book will be discussed at the beginning of the school year with other students who choose the same book and the Sponsor. To view your summer reading choices please click HERE
Ex Ed Timeline
Greetings Students and Parents/Guardians,
We wanted to inform you of the Experiential Education timeline and course proposals for the fall programming. Please use the following embedded links to access the course descriptions, scholarship applications, course slideshow, timeline, and other important information. Please keep in mind that part of the school registration process for next year is completing Ex-Ed course documents and deposits. Please sit down with your student(s) to view all courses and have thoughtful conversation about which courses would be most appropriate for your child.
Course Slideshow, Timeline Link: Click Here
Course Slideshow, Timeline Link for incoming 9th grade students: Click Here
Course Descriptions: Click Here
Scholarship Information Link: Click Here
The Ex-Ed Committee
Aspen High School
Senior Summer Reading
Here is the link for IB English II Senior Summer Reading.
Free off-season Yoga
This off-season AHS students can enjoy 3 different free yoga classes. Monday at 5:30, Wednesday at 5:15, and Friday at 4:00 at Arjuna Yoga on Hopkins Street, just above Kenichi. If you have any questions, please see Morgan Henschke.
Aspen Strong is looking for volunteers this summer August 23, 2014 from 7am to 1:30pm.
Aspen Strong is an organization bringing greater awareness to Mental Health in our Aspen Community. On August 23, 2014 Aspen Strong will hold a hike and picnic event at Rio Grande Park and Smuggler Mountain to the Hunter Creek loop. This event will educate our community about mental illness and to also raise money so that all profits can directly help our community by going to the Aspen Community Foundation’s Mental Health Fund.
We need volunteers to make this event happen. If you are interested in supporting your community please contact Christina King at 970-300-5195 or AspenStrongLLC@gmail.com or visit our webpage: www.AspenStrong.org.
Hey Art lovers, join The Red Brick for an exciting hands-on experience where you learn about ways to make money using the arts in your future! Ask your art teachers for details!
SKIER SCRIBBLER - AHS Student News Site
The Aspen High School Skier Scribbler is now online! Check it out at http://skierscribbler.com/