Student Financial Aid Meeting
We invite you to an important meeting about financing your child’s college education. College costs continue to rise, and though many opportunities for financial aid do exist, often parents and students need help finding appropriate resources.
On Wednesday evening, December 3, 2014, a representative from the office of Student Financial Aid of a local university will be at Anthony Wayne High School to explain the financial aid process and to explain procedures for completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which is the application for most college financial aid.
We urge you to attend this informative meeting. Please join us on Wednesday, December 3, 2014 at 7:00 pm in the High School Auditorium.
Do You Plan on Driving to School?
Click HERE for a copy of the district's Informed Consent for Student Drivers form.
Message From the AWHS Parent Association
THE AWHS Parent Association exists to serve our students, parents, teachers, and staff. We all have a common bond-we all have teenagers at AWHS. Volunteering for activities through the parent association is a great way to meet other parents. Meetings provide you a forum to bounce ideas around to help our school. The parent association provides support for many great functions at the school including helping with activities during Homecoming week, OGT breakfasts, After Prom, purchasing NHS honor cords, assistance with graduation signs, providing scholarships and much more. We have volunteers working at high school registration, chaperoning dances and football games, and working at After Prom. If you are interested in becoming involved with the AWHSPA, please completed this FORM.
The AWHSPA also compiles a student directory. The student directory is an awesome way for you to have at your fingertips the names, addresses and phone numbers of your children's classmates. For more information on the student directory please click HERE.
Welcome to Anthony Wayne High School. Home of the Generals!
At Anthony Wayne High school, we invite you to be part of a unique educational experience that will expose you to 21st century skills and prepare you for life after high school. Here, at Anthony Wayne, we offer a diversified educational experience that includes choices of AP core classes, classes in the area of arts (visual, vocal, and instructional), as well as excellent technology, foreign language and business classes. All of our instructors are HQT certified and focus on the unique needs and interests of all of our students. We provide a full continuum of services for students that may have special needs. Our intervention instructors are excellent communicators and collaborators.
Also, the instructors at Anthony Wayne High School are extremely proud of the variety of clubs and teams that you will have an opportunity to experience. Through these experiences we believe that students are provided the opportunity to collaborate, problem-solve, and experience a sense of community. These projects do not only happen within the school walls or property boundaries, but many of our teams and clubs participate in community service projects throughout our community at large. Advisors, coaches, and students believe that they have a responsibility to give back to their community and choose to do it through a variety of community service projects.
Anyone who walks through our high school doors or sets foot on our campus can observe our students' and staff's pride in the condition of our buildings and grounds. All that walk these halls take responsibility for keeping our buildings and grounds clean. We have a dedicated maintenance staff that prides themselves in maintaining a clean, safe, and secure education environment. We believe that this type of setting helps set the tone for a superior educational experience for all students.
Many that have walked our halls also walk the campuses of Big Ten schools, Ivy League schools, and other prestigious university and military settings. This past year our students were offered 8 million dollars in educational scholarships. Over 70% of last year's graduating class chose to continue their educational career at a 4-year college or university campus.