High School graduation can be a dangerous night for our students. You can help keep it safe for ARHS Seniors by donating your time to help coordinate or by giving a few hours on Friday, June 7th. Volunteers can be from all grades 9 – 12 and there are a variety of positions that need filling such as coordinating food, entertainment, security, transportation, volunteer coordinator, etc. Sign up for a volunteer shift at:
On Friday, June 14 ARHS parents and guardians will thank the entire staff for their work with a scrumptious lunch catered by Wheelhouse Farm. There are several ways YOU can show your appreciation for our amazing staff and help with the event. Please sign up using the link below to:
Bring a dessert for 8-10 people
Make a monetary donation to help cover the cost of the meal
Volunteer to help set up, serve, and clean up
To sign up, go to https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E49A9A92AA2F85-arhs1
Any questions? Contact Jen: email@example.com
The Amherst Regional High School Exhibition of Student Work
May 29th – June 9th
The Eli Marsh Gallery
Fayerweather Hall, Amherst College
Gallery Hours: Open Everyday 10 AM – 4:00 PM
There will be an Opening Reception on Thursday, May 30th 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM.
On Friday, May 31st from 7 – 9 PM in the ARHS Auditorium
All are invited to the 2019 Singers’ Soiree, hosted by the ARHS Jazz Band! A delightful evening of jazz, pop, funk and soul, featuring some of ARHS’s top singers.
This has been an outstanding year for Amherst Regional High School’s JETS Engineering Club. The club entered 6 teams (45 students, grades 9-12) into the national Test of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAM+S) and won Best in State at both the 9th/10th grade and 11th/12th grade level.
Our top finishing 11th/12th grade team also finished 1st Nationally in our division. Team members include juniors Chang Jin, Naomi Johnson, Levi Blinder, Mohan Setty-Charity, Nadav Benhamou Goldfaja, Ben Fang, Innis Gallagher, and senior Christina Lee.
Our top finishing 9th/10th grade team also finished 4th Nationally in our division. Team members include 10th graders Rohini Narayanan, Seo-Ho Lee, Sammy Conrad-Rooney, Noah Saxenian, Allison Brau, Shreya Venkataraman, Sierra Triozzi, and Mariam Ahmed.
The Graphic won a highest achievement award at the New England Scholastic Press Association (NESPA) contest/conference this year.
Sara Barber-Just entered 30 pieces or more from the last year and a half. Students from schools all over New England participate. Journalists, journalism professors, and teachers judge the contest.
Four ARHS students nabbed prizes in specific categories: graduate Stanley Cliche, for his feature “The Breakfast Club gets a makeover”; senior Ollie Noble for his news story “Students crushed to lose Foods classes”; junior Ben Robes-Kenworthy for his personality profile on Solomon Goldstein Rose; and junior Soren Campbell for his sweet feature “One big happy family: parents and kids ‘share’ ARHS.”
To quote Ms. Baber-Just: “These pieces are truly funny, smart, powerful, touching, and engaging pieces of writing, each for different reasons!”
May 29, 2019
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Come join our Farm to School Cultural Food Exchange and help celebrate the work that has been done this past year to build a robust Farm to School (F2S) program which will link fresh food in the cafeteria to student learning in the classroom, the community, and area farms. There will also be a presentation from the F2S Team about their plan for the upcoming year!
To view the flyer, click here.