The Governing Board is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on gender, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or the perception of one or more of such characteristics. The Board shall promote programs, which ensure that discriminatory practices are eliminated in all district activities.
 
Site 504 Coordinator: Holly Whitworth
707-438-3374 

Welcome

Welcome to Armijo High School for the 2014-15 school year! We are excited as we enter this year as the new counseling center, staff room and main office are ready for use. The complex is located on the corner of Washington and Carpenter Streets. This is the completion of the second phase of construction at AHS. The counseling center is now able to house many services in one place for students and the community. In correlation with this opening we also have been able to move our college and career counselor to a new office located in the library. Both of these additions should allow us to better serve our students and community. The main office will now house all administration, attendance and counseling services. This should make it much easier for our community to navigate the site.

Armijo High School is moving into becoming a 21st century learning environment. We are increasing the use of technology on campus and discovering many new uses. Our goal is to get as many computing devices into students' hands as often as we can.

This year we will have a WASC (Accrediting Body) mid-term visit in order to monitor our progress towards meeting our 6 year goals. Included will be a close look at the Expected School-Wide Learning Results (ESLR’s).

Academic Accountability

  • Students will use a variety of achievement data to address academic needs.
  • Students will be able to read and interpret high school transcripts to enable them to develop and achieve their high school plan.

Responsible Citizenship

  • Students will be able to develop a personal career path or educational plan.
  • Students will develop social responsibility as they transition into the world of work and future education.

Multicultural and Social Awareness

  • Students will have an awareness of diverse viewpoints and cultures.
  • Students will have exposure to a multitude of activities during and after school.
  • Students will participate in a multicultural curriculum.

Information Technology Experience

  • Students will have access to a variety of technological tools and training.
  • Armijo students will use various computer applications to track academic progress.

Job Readiness

  • Students will be able to participate in a variety of vocational education classes.
  • Students will possess job- ready skills that will allow them to enter the workforce.

Opportunities for Continued Academic Growth

  • Students will have opportunities to obtain information about college entrance.
  • Students will master the skills necessary to succeed in their post secondary education.

 

Our staff places a high value on fostering positive student relationships that personalize the learning environment for individual students and promotes success for all.  Armijo High School is looking to be a leader in innovative instructional practice and 21st century teaching and learning.  The opportunity to serve our students, parents, and community is truly a privilege.  As our school continues to develop we will always put students first and place an emphasis on learning by doing.  On behalf of our entire staff, welcome to AHS and thanks for visiting our website.

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