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Course Selection for 2016-2017

If you will be in 10th, 11th or 12th grade next year, this sheet will explain how to register for classes.  


Use this link to register.  Here is the course catalog for next year.


Incoming freshmen, this sheet will explain what you need to do to register for classes at AHS next year.

Here is the course catalog for freshmen.


For more information, see this page for information about scheduling your classes for next year.

Student art show--Feb. 19

Student art show--Feb. 19

Season of Nonviolence

Season of Nonviolence

Thursday, February 11--Smiling

Today’s principle from the Season for Nonviolence is SMILING, which is the most basic kind of peace work. Your smiles today can help the world to become more peaceful and may open the door to a new friendship! Why not give it a try?


The Season for Nonviolence celebrates the nonviolent teachings of India's Mahatma Gandhi and America's Martin Luther King, Jr. and Cesar Chavez. Each day from now until April 4, we will have a reading about how we can help the world to become more safe and peaceful.


Through these readings, we can learn to practice nonviolence one step at a time, one choice at a time, one day at a time. This is how each of us, in our own way, can move the world in the direction of peace.


For more information about the Season of Nonviolence, see this document.

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Student Voices Newscast--Feb. 8, 2016

Silhouettes by Art Students

Students in Ms. Szeto's Multimedia Art class create original compositions using shapes and contours to explore space and depth. 

Upcoming Teen Programs at the Alameda Free Library

AHS Vision Statement and ESLRs

AHS Vision Statement and ESLRs

Important info about electronic devices at AHS

Please see this bulletin about thefts of electronic devices at AHS.

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Read the AHS student newspaper here!


Spring AP Assignments

Hornet Athletics 2015-2016

Hornets, if you will be playing any school sports this year, see this page for important information to read, print, sign and turn in to the Athletic Director's office before your season begins.


Information about all AHS athletic programs is available at the Athletic Boosters website www.hornetboosters.org.


For further information, contact Athletic Director Brad Thomas at 510-337-7011.


Lady Hornets summer basketball camps information and application


Schedules for various sports are here.

A call to AHS Alumni

If you are an alumnus of Alameda High School, please help us create a database of contact information by responding to this survey.  Thank you!