MAY Calendar HERE
Lost your ID? Legacy Studios has an ID card replacement link where students can purchase a new ID for $5. Order online and it will ship to your house.Purchase spiritwear here: https://ardsley-pta.
Friday, May 20, 2022 (B day)
The library will be used for AP makeup exams and will be closed from May 17 - May 20. Before school and after school library hours will be held in an alternate location (Rooms 126/216).
The Student Council students are very excited to host a "fun" day for both staff and students TODAY. This is an opportunity to enjoy some fresh air, games, and some refreshments (sponsored by the Ardsley Police and Fire Department). We have all had a tough few years and a two-hour break from work would benefit us all. The kids worked hard to plan this event and we'd like to encourage everyone to participate and enjoy it. Thank you all for your support!!
Jobs in YES
The following Jobs are available to start immediately: Lawn care for an elderly man in the community. Lawn mower provided-needs someone to start ASAP. Babysitters are needed for after-school care. Please see Mrs. Resendiz for more details
A MESSAGE FROM THE YEARBOOK STAFFHere is the link to purchase a yearbook. Prices go up after January 31st: https://www.
jostens.com/apps/store/ productBrowse/1055593/Ardsley- High-School/2022-Yearbook/ 20210914041707943140/CATALOG_ SHOP/
Wellness Speaker Parent Presentation:
Facts & Chats Parent Presentation: Click HERE for the slides and below is the link to the recording
Grade 10 Parent Presentation:
Class of 2026 Recorded Parent Presentation:
Follow link below to view the Class of 2021 Wall of Fame Ceremony
Congratulations to Ardsley High School Semifinalists Sophie Barnett, Anisha Kumar, Joyce Lu, Anay Mody, Rosemary Stam, Alexandra Wang, and James Weber. These academically talented High School seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships! National Merit Scholarship winners will be announced in Spring 2022.
Congratulations to Benito Cabezas on being selected for the College Board National Hispanic Recognition Program! He is being recognized for both his academic achievements and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT. The College Board National Hispanic Recognition Program started thirty-eight years ago and honors some of the most talented Latinx students across the country.
Did you know? A simple resource is now available for students who struggle with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, bullying, suicidal thoughts, and more. Crisis Text Line provides free, 24/7 support for people in crisis, via text.