News from the cafeteria: the nacho bar will now be located in the main serving line.
Juniors and seniors may now vote on the AHS website for king and queen. Voting closes today at noon.
Remember: Photo ID's are required to attend prom. Replacement ID's may be purchased in the athletic office. No ID's will be made after noon today.
There will be a meeting for all girls' basketball players in Room 127 today during homeroom.
If you like dessert and cool jazz, come out to Angola Middle School tonight at 7 PM for All That Jazz! The jazz band and Vocal Infinity will be performing while you enjoy selections from our dessert bar. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in the office or at the door.
The Student – Athlete Advisory Council Color Run is on May 27. The registration deadline is today. Pick up registration forms from Mr. Police.
National Honor Society volunteer hours for seniors are due by 3:30 pm Monday May 1st.
There will be a meeting on Tuesday, May 2 at 7:30 AM for anyone interested in being a member of Student Council for the 2017-2018 school year. The meeting will be in Room 102. We will be working on Homecoming 2017.
There will be an SAAC meeting on Tuesday, May 2, at 7:30 in the cyberstation.
The Hornet Café is open today during homeroom. Come try our newest menu item, the Caramel Iced Coffee. Supply is limited so first come-first served. Next week we will resume the normal Tuesday/Thursday Coffee Shop hours.
Attention Drama Club: If you are interested in going to see The Little Mermaid in Ft. Wayne next Friday evening check the Google classroom site for details!
The yearbook staff is working hard to finish taking photos of clubs. Today we will take group photos of Academic Team, FCA Club, FFA Club, and Ski Club. On Monday, May 1 we will take photos of Tech Team, National Honor Society, Hispanic National Honor Society, and Student Council. Photos will be taken right after announcements in the commons. Bring whatever props you have to make your club stand out! Club sponsors, we would love to have you join use too!
If you still haven't ordered your yearbook, time is running out. You only have until next Friday, May 5. Extras will NOT be ordered.
A reminder to Juniors & Seniors, if you want to take the ACT at Angola High School on June 10th, Sign up deadline is Friday, May 5th. See Guidance if you have any questions.
Last night the Girls Track Team defeated Dekalb by a score of 92-31. The Hornets improved to a 5-0 record. Those scoring firsts for the Hornets were:
The 4x800 Relay of Emily Land, Madalynn Mendez, Michelle Luna, Samantha Biernat The 4x100 Relay of Sarah Brandt, Belle Michael, Anna-Bella Sawyer-Ewing, and Laura Rodriguez-Lugo The 4x400 Relay of Emily Land, Ali Cranston, Madalynn Mendez, and Josey Korte Sarah Brandt in the 100 hurdles Anna-Bella Sawyer-Ewing in the 100 Josey Korte in the 1600 Ali Cranston in the 300 hurdles Emily Land in the 800 Sarah Duvendack in the 200 Jessica Davis in the shot put Katlyn Brown in the Long Jump, High Jump and Discus
The Boys Golf team moved to 5-1 in the NECC and 36-4 overall with victories against Hamilton and West Noble. Ian Smith and Zach Hinshaw were medalists with a score of 42.
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Angola High School provides its students with the most comprehensive list of Advanced Placement and dual credit course offerings in Steuben County. AHS has articulation agreements with Trine University and with Ivy Tech Community College, granting dual credits in ten different courses. In addition, AHS students may earn additional dual credits by taking courses on campus at Trine University. Students also may choose from a variety of Advanced Placement courses. For more information, please click here.
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