Category Archives: Parent News

ARHS Department Heads

Each academic department at ARHS has a Department Head.  The department head helps lead the department both at the curricular and instructional level. When concerns arise that can not be resolved at the teacher level, contacting the department head is … Continue reading

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Winter Sports Registration is Now Open

AMHERST-PELHAM HIGH SCHOOL is happy to offer the following sports for the Winter 2019-2020 Season. • Boy Alpine Skiing – Grades 7-12 • Girls Alpine Skiing – Grades 7-12 • Boys Basketball – Grades 9-12 • Girls Basketball – Grades … Continue reading

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SEPAC Presentation of Basic Rights: Understanding IEPS

Basic Rights: Understanding the IEP will be held on October 21, 2019 from 6 pm to 8 pm in the ARMS library professional development center. This free workshop for parents/guardians and professionals is sponsored by the Special Education Parent Advisory … Continue reading

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Register Now for AP Exams

The time to register for AP Exams is here. The final deadline, without incurring a $40 late registration fee from the CollegeBoard is November 15th. The full cost of each AP Exam is $94, and the reduced fee is $53. To register … Continue reading

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Upcoming ARHS Sporting Events

OCTOBER 18, 2019 Boys Soccer (F+JV) vs. Longmeadow 4pm Field Hockey (V) @ Greenfield 4pm Volleyball (JV) @ West Springfield 5pm Volleyball (V) @ West Springfield 6pm Boys Soccer (V) @ Longmeadow 7pm Football (V) vs. Pittsfield 7pm OCTOBER 19, … Continue reading

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Attention Seniors

Senior Transcript Requests –The announced deadline for transcript requests in Naviance IS ONLY for Early Decision and Early Action applications. Please consult the calendar in the back of the College Planning Handbook for additional opportunities and deadlines. Generally, transcript and … Continue reading

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Attention Juniors

 Plan your standardized test-taking schedule early to avoid conflicts with athletic, family, and performing arts events in the winter and spring. Recruited athletes should test early (December is recommended.). Most ARHS students take both the SAT and ACT, and many … Continue reading

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