Welcome to Ashwaubenon High School
STATE CHAMPION AHS Dance Team
Mr. Stroud and Mr. Stadel accept a check on behalf of AHS from WPS' Innovative Educator Grant.
AHS Encore Choir members perform for NBC-26 promo

Mr. Gillespie's class studies fish at the Kewaunee River.

AHS students at DECA State Competition

AHS' Link Crew mentors incoming Freshmen each school year.

Four AHS students selected for Wisconsin Honors Music Project

AHS teachers take part in Google Apps for Education training

Retired AHS teachers and administrators work on Alumni Directory project

Save the Date for AHS' 50th Anniversary Celebration on Aug.15, 2015.
Click the image for more info

AHS Drumline performs at Welcome Back Staff event

AHS SkillsUSA students volunteer as Salvation Army bell ringers at Bay Park Square Mall.

Jaguar Marching Band & Flags perform on new synthetic JAGfield turf at Goelz Field

DI 'ParoDI' team placed 2nd IN THE WORLD at Globals with a 1ST PLACE Instant Challenge


Welcome to the Ashwaubenon High School Learning Community; Home of the Jaguars! We invite you to browse our website and learn more about the many wonderful academic and co-curricular opportunities available at AHS.

Ashwaubenon High School is home to more than 1,030 students enrolled in a wide variety of learning activities. The motto "big enough to serve you-small enough to know you" is an essential operational belief that guides our daily interactions with students. This is certainly evidenced by the large number of open enrollment students who have elected to avail themselves to our high school programs. 

Three long-standing hallmarks of Ashwaubenon High School are our wide-range of academic programs, our excellence in co-curriculars and the wonderful parent support found at all levels. We invite you to learn more about our programs and encourage you to contact any of our personnel who will gladly answer your questions.

Again,welcome to our Learning Community. We look forward to meeting you. Go Jaguars!

All the best!

Brian J. Nelsen, Principal
bnelsen@ashwaubenon.k12.wi.us
920.492.2955 ext.5334
 


ANNOUNCEMENTS

OPEN NOW: Summer School Online Registration until April 30

Summer School 2015 online registration window is NOW OPEN until April 30 at 3:00 pm. Click the title above for details on our Summer School page.

 

Open Enrollment Application Window: Feb.2 - Apr.30, 2015

The Open Enrollment application window, in which you can request a non-resident student attend an Ashwaubenon school for the 2015-16 school year, occurs Mon, Feb. 2 - Thu, Apr. 30 at 4:00pm CST. See our Open Enrollment Ad. For detail information, visit the Enroll in Ashwaubenon Schools section of our website or contact Jennifer Bower at 920-492-2905 ext. 1002, jbower@ashwaubenon.k12.wi.us.

 

My Public School Experience Videos Showcase Ashwaubenon

Visit the Featured Videos section in the right margin of our main webpages to see the My Public Education Experience videos featuring stories of OUR Ashwaubenon students. These videos were produced by Educational Television Productions of Northeast Wisconsin (ETP-NEW). Condensed versions will appear on Fox11 over the coming months, thanks to a sponsorship from Bellin Health and support from CESA7.
Also featured is a new video documenting our APPL (Ashwaubenon Preschool & Parent Learning) Program.

 

Save The Date 8/15/15: AHS 50th Anniversary Celebration

"Save the Date" to attend AHS' 50th Anniversary Celebration taking place August 15, 2015 at Ashwaubomay Park. Click the title for more info or visit our Alumni page.

 


WHAT NEWS & HAPPENING AT AHS (from our Facebook page)




Ashwaubenon High School Mission Statement
The mission of Ashwaubenon High School, in partnership with parents and the community, is to provide an appropriate and comprehensive education for each student. This education will help each one become an independent adult, an involved citizen with a sense of community and an individual who contributes to a better society.

Ashwaubenon High School Philosophy
The staff of Ashwaubenon High School believes in the values of education for each student. We recognize and accept individual and cultural differences, and we believe that having a comprehensive curriculum and multiple co-curricular activities assist in educational growth. A safe and secure environment, based on principles of caring, justice, and individual responsibility, is important for the successful acquisition of academic, social, emotional, physical, and employability skills. These skills are necessaryfor our students, who enter our school as adolescents and leave us as young adults.
 

Last Updated: 4/22/15