Albemarle High SchoolJay Thomas, Principal
2775 Hydraulic RoadCharlottesville, VA 22901434/975-9300FAX: 434/974-4335
Math, Engineering & Science Academy
SOL Review & Resources
Peer Tutoring in Studio C
Digital Learning Site 1:1
AHS State of the School Address '16
AHS ranked best HS in Central VA in 2017 Niche rankings
AHS ranked in the top 5% of US “Smartest Public High Schools”
Top 5% Smartest High School interview
Reimagined Schools interview
Senior Study Hall Release 16 17
SENIOR LUNCH PASS 2016-17 PARENT PERMISSION
November 2016 Issue now available!
AHS senior Ayoada Balogun, was awarded a scholarship of $30,000 from Emily Couric Leadership Forum. Ayoada interned for NASA and UVA and has
mentored younger female science students. Balogun will attend Stanford
University. She was also honored with the title of Jefferson Scholar at the University of Virginia. This is the first Jefferson Scholar in Albemarle High Schoolhistory.
Local news report http://www.newsplex.com/content/news/Emily-Couric-Leadership-Award-420293344.html
Congrats to Diana Webber and our AHS Envirothon team. Yesterday, they won second place at the area competition. They will advance to the state competition in May. Please congratulate the following team members: Carson LambertJillian BurganSophie HenyMaggie BrowningClaire MillsCam ReidKarin Turner
Congratulations to Bill Daly and AHS Mathematics Team on several wonderful accomplishments. 1) They won the Virginia Math League again, results attached. AHS had 9 of the 32 ranked students; Brian Li finished tied for first individually and Brennan Merone, Ian Walk, Ashwin Swaminathan, Seth Liyanage, Jesse Du, Saqib Rizvi, Max Sun, and Derek Tao all finished ranked.2) They participated in the Math Majors of America Tournament for High Schools (MMATHS) at UVa over spring break. Brian Li finished 1st, Ian Walk finished 6th at the UVa regional and the team finished third.
Congrats to Ruth Sisman, selected as an Next Gen Personal Finance Summer Institute 2017 participant!
Congratulations to Chris Bunin who has been made a 2017 recipient of the Brunn Creativity Award for Outstanding Teaching of Geography from the National Council for Geographic Education.
This award honors those who have demonstrated great creativity, originality, and innovation in their teaching of geography. He will be formally recognized by the NCGE community at an awards ceremony this summer in New Mexico.
Congrats to Monica Cabarcas. She was featured on a School Library Journal webcast about 60 Tech Tools in 60 Minutes The webcast is archived and available on-line (http://www.slj.com/2017/04/webcasts/60-tools-in-60-minutes/).
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