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Our last free giveaway of the school year was May 20, but our program will return in September. In the meantime, fresh produce is available from the CC Food Bank the first and third Saturdays in the student parking lot.
There are free medical and health services available for AUSD students (Link). The mobile van visits Antioch High on the following days:
In the News
Panthers win BVAL title:
AHS football on a roll: http://www.contra
Three Antioch High teachers will be honored at the Mary Allan Fellows award event on Sept. 15.
A super season!
The boys’ team clinched the BVAL title and won its first NCS championship game in 20 years. Coach David Driskell said this year’s group is “by far the most unified team I’ve ever had. This is a very smart team.” Congrats to our team for a fabulous and exciting season. (Michael Pohl photo)
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The 2016-17 high school academy/pathway lottery for freshman was held Jan. 14 at Antioch High School. Check the link to see placement results via student ID. http://antioch-ca.
Seniors Numan Najib and Andrew Cobian recently won individual BVAL championship titles in their division. In addition, Evan Schneiderman, Moses Flores and Jacob Mays advance to the championship round, placing second in their weight divisions. Kenny Lefin and Victor Ramos placed third. All seven wrestlers advanced to the North Coast Section wrestling championships. Congrats to all, including coaches Brett McNamar, Matt Malanche and Aaron Perez.
Academy showcase is Thursday
No school on May 30
Antioch High, along with the entire Antioch Unified School District, will honor Memorial Day. There will be no school on Monday, May 30. Classes resume on May 31. Enjoy your three-day weekend.
Grad tickets coming June 1
Graduation ceremony tickets will be distributed to seniors following the first mandatory graduation rehearsal on Wednesday/June 1. Rehearsal begins at 1:30 p.m. in Beede Auditorium. The rehearsal should conclude about 3 p.m. Students will pick up and sign for their tickets at that time.
Hey all you ROAR members! Here are a few dates to know for after-school offerings. There will be NO club activities this coming Friday, May 27 and on June 2. This Monday through Thursday and on May 31 and June 1, tutoring is in the College & Career Center. On May 31 and June 1, dinner will be served about 3 p.m.
VAPA full of fun
AHS held its annual VAPA event, which included dance, live music, wood working, pottery, chalk art, paintings and lots of tasty foods. The day ended with a super entertaining lip sync show from several staff members. Special thanks to coordinators Ms. Kennedy and Ms. Lingemann for all their work.
Antioch High hosted its annual Scholarship Night on May 10 in Beede Auditorium. The stage was filled with about 65 students, who received more about $72,000 in scholarships. Friends and family came out to celebrate the seniors, who were honored with about 125 scholarships by a variety of individuals, memorials, annual, alum, businesses and community. Special thanks to the Antioch Community Scholarship Fund committee, which worked tirelessly with College & Career lead Kashauna Clipps and Vice Principal Lindsay Wisely to make the event a success, and, to the Class of 1966 for its generous scholarships.
Congressman visits campus
Big Blue pays a visit
Everybody wants to be part of Panther Country, including Coach Jim Harbaugh, who would love to have our Najee Harris become a Michigan Wolverine. Harbaugh paid a visit to AHS on Jan. 19 and meet with Harris (the No. 1 high school running back), along with Wolverine defensive line coach Greg Mattison, Jay Harbaugh, principal Louie Rocha, offensive coordinator Brett Dudley and head coach John Lucido. In mid-December Harris was visited by the head coaches from Notre Dame and Cal Berkeley.
Nimble Najee gets top honors
A lovely open house
We honored our past and voted for our future!
Thanks to all who dropped by our new administration office and library on Dec. 15. More than 120 folks took a tour of the new building, met our office staff and enjoyed a light treat and music from our AHS jazz band. Thanks again for coming and for your support.
We are the champions
Our mighty Panthers put up a tough fight against Foothill in the NCS semi-finals on Nov. 28. The Pleasanton team edged out AHS by 55-54 in the last minute of the game. One veteran preps sports editor said it was one of the "greatest high school games" he'd ever seen. The football team ends this tremendous season with an 11-0 record; the best since 1977. We applaud the team and coaches for an amazing job, and students and staff for the fabulous support and spirit. Go, Panthers!
Class of 2015
on Measure B. We plan to honor your investment of our historic campus with a strong and vibrant modernization
of Antioch High over the next couple years. Our website via the RENOVATIONS page provides a variety of info - from detailed plans and drawings to the timeline of the changes happening here on campus.
Take a bow!
The AHS Musical Theater club performed the wonderfully energetic musical "In The Heights" recently. The receptive audiences enjoyed the charming cast and talented musicians. Applause to the entire cast, crew and music director Sarah Phelan.
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Class of 2016!
BACCALAUREATE: 7 p.m. May 29, Holy Rosary Church, A Street
FINAL COUNTDOWN: Graduation is at 8 p.m. June 3. First rehearsal is June 1; dress rehearsal is June 2.
ALL NIGHT PARTY: Tickets (on sale during lunches on Tuesdays) for the Horn Blower Cruise ship are $85. More info: 925.727.2827.
Victor Anguiano was crowned king (shown here with homecoming queen Michelle Valencia.) Our Mr. Panther candidates were Andrew Cobian, Vince Despain, Numan Najib, Ruben Reyes and Evan Schneiderman. This tradition was started by the Class of 1979.
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This mighty trio were honored during Antioch's citizen of the year awards. Treyvon Hall, a junior, won the top youth title and $1,000 scholarship, while junior Savannah Vanderzwan was runner-up, earning a $750 prize. Senior Aimie McGoldrick was an honored nominee. Held at Lone Tree Event Center, the three were impressive, inspiring and humble. Big congrats to all!
Brent LaBier photo
On April 28 and 29, Antioch High hosted the powerfully emotional Every 15 Minutes program, which intensely shares the dangers of drinking and driving. Day 1 was set at the Antioch Fairgrounds, where the crash is played out to all juniors and seniors. AHS students are the victims along with emergency crews, including Antioch Police, CHP, fire department, ambulance, coroner and even a medical helicopter. Day 2 was held in Beede Auditorium and featured the funeral, videos and special guest speakers, in addition to the crash scene victims and the "living dead," which represents a person who is killed or injured "every 15 minutes" in an alcohol-related collision. Program coordinators Mary McNally and Angela Riva put in countless hours to organize the valuable event, which is held every other year at the high school.