Nick has taken numerous classes at Ashe County High School being successful in all of them. Nick plans to pursue either a degree in technology or business law with a specialization in juvenile law. Nick enjoys classes that will expand his knowledge and teach him concepts that will assist him for the rest of his life. Congratulations to Nick for his success. Thank you to Rick Woodie at Parker Tie and DeWalt for sponsoring our student of the month.
As always thanks to Civitas Media and Mountain Times, WKSK for what you do for our students of ACHS. Thanks to Parker Tie and Dewalt for sponsoring our CTE SOM each month.
Keana Triplett, English teacher at Ashe County High School was named as the North Carolina Northwest Region 7 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year. Click here to read Press Release.
Out of Print is a company that sells literary-themed items, including adult and kids' t-shirts, baby onesies, tote bags, and much more. For every order placed using promo code ASHEBETA, the ACHS Beta Club will receive 30% of proceeds and you will receive free shipping! Please email email@example.com for any questions. Thanks for your support!
If a student misses over 10 days in a semester, they will automatically lose credit for the course. If a student is able to maintain a passing grade in a course in which they have over 10 absences, they can appeal the loss of credit to the attendance waiver committee.
a. Waivers will be heard at the end of the semester. It will be the students’ responsibility to complete the waiver form and submit all necessary paperwork by the deadline. Students must attend the waiver hearing
b. Waivers will be granted or denied based on the necessity of the absences (confirmed by relevant notes from doctors and parents) along with student attitude and overall classroom performance.
Students needing help with make up assignments need to ask teacher for assistance in a timely manner in order to get assignments done by the due date.
The administration reserves the right to review absences and waive consequences due to extenuating circumstances
Ashe County High School is making literacy a priority this year! To support the "ACHS Reads!" literacy initiative, high school teachers put signs on their classroom doors sharing their personal reading habits with students and colleagues. Place your cursor over each sign to zoom in. Many teachers are also making time for silent, recreational reading with their students this year.
2014 Colvard Oil Holiday Classic
Dates: Monday, December 29 and Tuesday, December 30
Schools: Ashe County (G & B), Charlotte Catholic (G & B), Watauga (G & B), North Forsyth (Girls) and Forbush (Boys)
Monday, December 29
4:00pm (Girls) Watauga vs Charlotte Catholic
5:30pm (Boys) Watauga vs Charlotte Catholic
7:00pm (Girls) Ashe County vs North Forsyth
8:30pm (Boys) Ashe County vs Forbush
Tuesday, December 30
3:00pm (Girls) 3rd Place Game
4:30pm (Boys) 3rd Place Game
6:00pm (Girls) Championship Game
7:30pm (Boys) Championship Game