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

Special thanks to Sandy Kowal and the Ambridge Area Federal Credit Union for providing breakfast this morning for October – January Student of the Month and Extra Effort Award Winners! Great job everyone and thank you for going above and beyond!!!

Student of the Month –January  

9th Brandon Lewis

10th Haley Racioppo

11th Marissa Hooks

12th Dmitri Niarios

December Extra Effort – January  

9th Mallory Barkley

10th Caleb Terrick

11th Leuca Hanish

12th Rachel Pawlawski

Student of the Month - December

9th Kyla Fitzgibbons

10th Nathan Ritchey

11th Riley Sas

12th Sarah Gazda

December Extra Effort - December  

9th Zach Massimani

10th Brooke Lively

11th Dalton Brandt

12th Coltin  Barker

Student of the Month – November

9th Jeremiah Giordani

10th Gabriella Miller

11th Dasha Jackson

12th Logan Dobson

Extra Effort  - November

9th Kierron Kelly

10th Ryan Racioppo

11th Hannah Minnitte

12th Elias Shingleton

Student of the Month – October

9th Elizabeta Pucci

10th Kyla Shingleton

11th Jacob Dunlap

12th Joshua Schmitt

Extra Effort – October

9th Logan Sullivan

10th Logan Erickson

11th Sydni Orlowski

12th Priya Runner


World Events Competition HS WEB



On January 25, 2018, the Ambridge Area High School hosted students from across Beaver County for the Academic Games competition.


The competition included events from Greek Mythology and historic events reported in 2017 in the world-wide media, including entertainment, politics, sports, science, technology, space exploration and medicine.

Students from grades 5 – 12 were invited to compete. The event was organized by the Gifted Support team from Ambridge. It takes a team effort, as our High School staff; technology department; food services, along with our custodial and maintenance departments are significant contributors in preparing for this day. Our gratitude is extended to all of these department staff members for their time and effort.


The students planned and prepared for months in advance to retain the plethora of factual information needed to compete.


This year, the gymnasium and the LGI rooms were teeming with students who were ready to qualify in these games. If a student qualifies in two or more Academic Games throughout the school year, they are invited to the National Academic Games. This year, the National Games will be held in Knoxville, Tenn., in April.


We are proud of all the students who attend and  hope to see many Ambridge Bridgers in Knoxville!



On February 17th, MCJROTC competed against five other JROTCs in a Tri-State Drill Competition. There were teams from Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia participating in the event. Ambridge MCJROTC tied for first place overall and earned the Co-Champion trophy. Their performance and conduct was top notch.


The MCJROTC team competed in the following events:

1st Place-Varsity Armed Platoon

1st Place- Varsity Armed Squad

1st Place- 1st Year Unarmed Squad

2nd Place- Varsity Unarmed Platoon

2nd Place- Color Guard

(2) individual drill medals; Elia Shingleton and Tyler Czopher


Congratulations on an outstanding job!