Welcome to Ardsley High School!
At Ardsley High School (AHS) we pride ourselves on offering a complete program to prepare our students intellectually, socially, and emotionally for the world ahead. We strive to provide a supportive and safe environment that celebrates diversity and fosters a dedication to life-long learning.
Our students engage in a rigorous academic program while at the same time taking advantage of the opportunities provided by more than 50 clubs and organizations, a three-season athletic program, and visual and performing arts programs. These provide the foundation for a well-rounded educational experience for every student.
The academic program features 20 Advanced Placement courses, additional college level classes, honors classes in most subjects, an award-winning science research program, and comprehensive elective offerings across all disciplines including world languages, music and art.
Our school clubs offer students many opportunities to further their skills, explore their interests and talents, create community and build their resumes. Through our clubs, students engage in a variety of community service activities and participate in many civic-minded projects. Our academic clubs compete regularly on both regional and national platforms and have a record of excellence.
We have a long tradition of excellence fueled by an experienced and dedicated staff of caring teachers who work in close partnership with an active and supportive parent community. Together, we guide our students to be successful in life, take civic responsibility, be caring and respectful individuals, and become passionate learners.
Ardsley High School at a Glance:
The School: Ardsley High School is a four-year public high school serving all of Ardsley and parts of Dobbs Ferry, Hartsdale, Hastings, Scarsdale and White Plains. The community has a long history of supporting quality education. Ardsley High School is accredited by the New York State Board of Regents, the Tri-States Consortium of Accredited Schools and is a voting member of the College Board.
The Enrollment: The total enrollment of the school for the 2020-2021 school year was 685.
Grade 9: 159
Grade 10: 165
Grade 11: 187
Grade 12: 172
The Staff: The staff consists of the Principal, the Asst. Principal, the Asst. Director of Pupil Personnel Services, five counselors, three psychologists, one social worker, one librarian, one nurse and sixty-nine teachers. Our student support services include full-time psychological and Special Education services, and an ELL class to meet the needs of a wide variety of students.