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  • February 2024 Calendar

    Tuesday, February 27, 2024 (A Day)

    There is an emergency meeting TODAY for anyone going to the Model UN New York conference in Ms. Dosso’s room.

    The Student Council is hosting Trivia night this Wednesday from 6:15-8:15. Winners will receive prizes!

    If you are interested in playing tournament golf, please plan to attend the AHS Golf Team Interest Meeting on Thursday at 3pm in Room 220. Both boys and girls are welcome.

    Seniors:  Dues for all events other than Prom are due this Friday, March 1st.  $40 cash or check payable to “AHS” with your name on the check.  Place money in the blue mailbox in Ms. Trippodo’s office.

    AHS will host its Second Annual Heritage Night on Friday, March 1st! Please complete the Google form by Wednesday, February 28, if you would like to sign up to contribute.  You can find out more information about Heritage Night on this flyer.

    The Operation Play Club will be hosting a Chipotle fundraiser on Sat, March 2nd from 4-8pm to raise funds for children in hospitals.  For more info. check out the flyer.

    The AHS Drama Club proudly presents…RENT.  Showtimes March 15th at 7PM and March 16th at 2PM & 7PM and tickets are available at Showtix4u.com keyword ARDSLEY


    Jobs in YES (new job postings)

    Job Openings 2024

    *Please see Mrs. Resendiz in the gym for details*


    Parents should notify the Attendance Clerk, Lisa Giuliano (lgiuliano@ardsleyschools.org) of a student's absence or lateness at (914) 295-5894.  A message may also be left on her voice mail. 

    Technology News

    Ardsley High School requires all students to have a device for daily use both in class and at home for learning. Students can bring their own device or request a school-issued Chromebook.   Please complete this form to let us know your intentions. In addition, all students must agree to the Chromebook Usage Agreement. 

    *All families are eligible to pay for insurance coverage for a school-issued Chromebook. To learn more about coverage for your student’s Chromebook refer to the link below (Worth Ave Group). 

    Once students receive their devices, families will be able to purchase or renew insurance. Any family who purchased insurance for a school-issued Chromebook last year, please note that it expired on 9/1, and you must renew it annually. Refer to the link below (Worth Ave Group) to purchase the insurance. Otherwise, you will be responsible for any damage that can result in a $150 - $300 charge. 


    Are you having any tech problems?  Please submit your issue through the Help Desk


    How to sign in to your personal device at school:  Accessing the AHS-BYOD


    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.square.site/shop/21.

    This is the updated Senior Recognition ads link which should have been purchased by February 2nd:



    AHS 2nd Annual Heritage NightRent, the Musical at AHS on March 15 at 7pm and March 16th at 2pm and 7pm

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  • Commencement Program 2023

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  •  AHS Seniors

    Congratulations to AHS National Merit Semifinalists!

    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.

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    Congratulations to Benito Cabezas!

    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.

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  •  Got 5 Poster

    September has been declared Suicide Prevention Month in NYS.

    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.

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The Panther Voice


    Read Ardsley High School's Student-Run Newspaper, Feb 2023 issue

    To learn more about the Panther Voice click here