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Welcome to Armijo High School for the 2012-13 school year. Armijo High School is the oldest of the three high schools in Fairfield; the class of 2010 was the 116th graduating class. Its current site is the third location for the school. The campus consists of two separate school sites that have been connected to form one comprehensive site. The school covers approximately 63 acres of land. It was built in the 1950s and had modernization in the early 2000s. The newest structure on campus is the 14,500 sq. ft. library which opened in August 2011. There are plans to build a new counseling center and office complex during this year.
AHS underwent an accreditation visit from the Western Association of School and Colleges (WASC) during the 2011-12 school year. The school was awarded a six year accreditation term with a progress review in three years. We are very excited to receive the 6 year term and are looking forward to moving ahead with the implementation of the WASC action plan.
During the past 3 years Academic Performance (API) has risen over 40 pts. The graduation rate is on par to the other High Schools in the district and CASHEE pass rates are on the rise. The International Baccalaureate program had over $2,332,000 in scholarships and tuition credits earned for the 2011-12 school year.
Armijo High School students have an array of academic programs available to them, such as International Baccalaureate (IB), Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), Partnership Academy(Business & Technology), various certificate programs(Building and Trades, Multi-Media, Aerospace (JFROTC), Photography, Theater, Video Production, Virtual Enterprise) , ELD, special education, and a core general education focus.
AHS offers a wealth of extra-curricular opportunities. The AHS athletics programs offer opportunities for competition and are a major part of the social life for the student body as they enliven nearly every member of the Armijo community. In the 2011-2012 school year, approximately 800 students competed in an athletic and band program while many other Armijo students demonstrated their support for the teams. The A-team is a student driven activity support group that show up to many activities in order to lead cheers and promote a supportive and spirited atmosphere. Athletic programs are generally divided into varsity and junior varsity levels of competition, and all programs compete within the Monticello Empire League (MEL).
Outside of organized athletics and leadership activities, AHS provides students with opportunities to join clubs and activities throughout the school year so they can become involved in the high school environment.
WEDNESDAY – 12/18/13
PERIOD 1 8:00 – 9:35 AM 1HR 35 MIN
PERIOD 3 9:42 – 11:12 AM 1 HR 30 MIN
LUNCH 11:12 – 11:42 30 MINUTES
PERIOD 5 11:49 – 1:19 1 HR 30 MIN
THURSDAY – 12/19/13
PERIOD 2 8:00 – 9:35 AM 1 HR 35 MIN
PERIOD 4 9:42 – 11:12 AM 1 HR 30 MIN
LUNCH 11:12 – 11:42 30 MINUTES
PERIOD 6 11:49 – 1:19 1 HR 30 MIN
NO STUDENTS – TEACHER WORK DAY