Abington Heights High School

222 Noble Road,

Clarks Summit, PA  18411

Phone:  585.5300

Fax (Main Office):  570.586.8188

Fax (Guidance Office):  570.585.8274

 

Principal: Pamela Murray murrayp@ahsd.org

Assistant Principal: Andrew Snyder snydera@ahsd.org

Assistant Principal:  Marc Wyandt wyandtm@ahsd.org


 

  NOTE:     All senior obligations must be fulfilled by June 2, 2008, in order to participate in commencement. There is a list of seniors who owe obligations posted outside of the student office.  See Mrs. Toro for more information.      

 

Academic Departments

 

AEIO & You

 

Alcohol & Controlled

     Substance Use & Abuse Policy

 

Aquatics Department

 

Back-to-School Letter

 

Bullying Protocol

       Bullying Forum Recap

 

Clubs & Activities

Code of Conduct

Computer Acceptable Use Policy
Curriculum Guide

Discipline Referral Form (Pg. 9: Student Handbook)

Dress Code
Dual Enrollment Program

Free & Reduced Meal Application

Graduation Project

Graduation Project Appendix

Graduation Project Letter
Graduation Requirements

Help Lines
Honor Roll

Mid-Term Final Exam Notice

Newsletter

PIAA Eligibility Rules

Prom Brochure

 
Quarter Average Calculation

Rights/Responsibilities of Parents & Athletes

 

SAP

 

Spirit Week/Homecoming

Sports
Student Handbook

Summer Reading

Use of Building Permit

Vaccination Requirements

Voluntary Student Accident Insurance

Weapons Policy

Yearbook

ABOUT ABINGTON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL:   

 

     Abington Heights High School offers a comprehensive and rigorous program of studies for students in grades 9-12, including 15 AP courses.  In addition to the program of studies, students may participate in a wide range of highly successful extra-curricular and co-curricular activities such as Mock Trial, Odyssey of the Mind and Robotics. Our highly successful athletic teams  have won many regional and district titles. The orchestra, band and choral programs enjoy a regional reputation and strong student interest.

     Abington Heights High School offers a broad program of subjects which allows a student to elect courses based upon individual abilities, achievements and goals within the limit of requirements for graduation. With counseling assistance, students may be recommended for placement in one of three levels including
academic, honors, or advanced placement. Extensive curriculum offerings permit qualified students to choose Honors courses in grades 9-12 in English, social studies, mathematics, world language, and science.

 

 

 

 


 

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