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  Mission Statement  


The purpose of Ashville High School is to provide learning opportunities for the development of each student to his/her fullest potential. This philosophy is best expressed by promoting academic achievement and positive self-concepts. Students are encouraged to develop and utilize their talents and abilities in an effort to promote their physical and social well being. Students should develop an appreciation of the learning process and become life long learners. Ashville High School strives to ensure all students are college or career ready upon completion of their diploma. 

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  About The School  

AHS Goals



 The goals of Ashville High School are:

 1. Provide a variety of academic and career/technical activities.

2. Encourage students, teachers, and administrators to perform to the best of their abilities.

3. Emphasize effective oral and written communication.

4. Teach the student to accept responsibility for his/her actions.

5. Discover the importance of cooperation.

6. Develop an appreciation of the democratic ideal and the realization of one's responsibility to it.

7. Develop a close relationship between school, home, and community through active participation in inter-related activities.

8. Offer essential guidance for our students in the areas of personal, educational, and career opportunities.


Demographical Information


Ashville High School is a small 4A school located in rural St. Clair County, Alabama. We presently have a student population of approximately 445 students in grades 9-12. Our students feed into ninth grade from Ashville Middle School, which is located on our campus, and Steele Jr. High School, which is located in a neighboring community about fifteen minutes from our location. Our student body is made up of approximately 80% Caucasians, 10% African-Americans, 8% Hispanics, and less than 2% other. There are about 65% of this population that receive free or reduced lunches based on their socioeconomic status.

Ashville High School employees 22 full time teachers (19 regular education and 3 special education), 1 counselor, and a librarian. Ninety-five percent of our teaching staff meet or exceed the state and federal definition of highly qualified.


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