Ambridge Area School District

901 Duss Avenue, Ambridge PA 15003 | 724.266.2833

  
  

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Senior High School

909 Duss Avenue, Ambridge, PA 15003 | 724.266.2833 | f. 724-266-5056
Principal, Ms. Janice Zupsic x2287 | Assistant Principal, Mr. John Booher x2479

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Our annual Harvest Fest Art Show was a great success. Congratulations to all of our talented winners:

9th grade     1st    & People’s Choice Award- Erin Finnegan

                     2nd          -   Naomi Husted

                     3rd          - Jaida Kinter

 

10th grade     1st-  Haley Hogue

                       2nd-   Danielle Carpenter

                       3rd – Brionna Lee

 

11th grade     1st – Breonna Sea

                        2nd    Khloe Terry

                        3rd    Kyra Ogbara

 

12th grade      1st  Quinn Kelly

                         2nd      Hannah Suckfiel 

                         3rd   Bianca Castille

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The Ambridge Area School District will have a scheduled two-hour delay for all schools on Wednesday, Oct. 16. A full breakfast will still be served at all District schools on Wednesday. Students are encouraged to stop by the cafeteria upon arrival to enjoy breakfast before classes begin. 

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Ambridge Area High School is pleased to host the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) training Friday, Oct. 11 and Saturday, Oct. 12. AAHS welcomed teaching staff from: Washington, California, Florida, Missouri, Montana, Texas, Virginia, Ohio and throughout Pennsylvania. Learn more about NMSI, and the three-year grant the Ambridge Area School District received, through the initiative here


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AAHS students participated in a Reality Fair on Thursday, Oct. 3. The fair was sponsored by the Ambridge Area Federal Credit Union (AAFCU). During the fair, students had the opportunity to select careers, receive a prepared profile of earings and visit a number of booths focused on budgeting for transportation, insurance, food cost, housing, entertainment, clothing, saving, Internet and TV and a part-time supplement. Students also had the chance to spin the reality wheel to impose life conditions that may arise to see how it would affect their overall budgets. The experience closed with students being afforded the opportunity to meet with a financial planner to access how they might make positive changes and adjustments.