August 9, 2023

Hello New AHS Students and Families,

We're getting very close to the start of the school year and we're looking forward to welcoming roughly 90 new Ospreys to the Nest on Monday, August 21.

We know there's plenty to track when starting at a new school. Please make sure that you've completed the following, and feel free to reach out with any questions.

  • Complete all registration steps: View registration steps here. Students transferring in for 10th, 11th or 12th grade must send a transcript in addition to the steps outlined. If we are missing any pieces, you will have received emails from Maureen Truax. Contact her at [email protected] with questions.

  • Complete course requests to select elective classes and Osprey Block: Review steps here.

  • Check schedule in Infinite Campus (IC): Login to IC here. Review electives and make sure there is an Osprey Block. If anything is missing or you can't access IC, email Maureen. Request changes using Add/Drop Form.

  • Complete meal application: Access application here.

  • Complete laptop agreement if your student will borrow a school computer: Access agreement here.

  • Register for the Hub Bus if your student will ride the bus to/from school: Access registration here.

Look for information in this Friday's News from the Nest about medical forms and immunization records as well.

Let me know how I can help make your transition to AHS go as smoothly as possible. We're so glad to have you joining our school community!


Libby Cowles. Ed.M. :: Dean of Enrollment and Community Outreach

She/Her/Hers ::  Tel: (970) 247-2474 | x2273

[email protected] |

Upcoming Events

Staff Orientation: Wed. 8/9 through Fri. 8/18

First Day of 23/24 School Year (all grades): Mon. 8/21

Back-to-School Open House: Thurs. 8/24, 5pm--save the date!

Fall Osprey Blocks: Mon. 8/28 through Fri. 9/15

Labor Day Holiday (no classes): Mon. 9/4

AHS Events Calendar
AHS 2023/24 School Calendar
TWIGS Website
Animas High School prepares all students for college and postsecondary success by creating critical thinkers and engaged citizens through an innovative, student-centered, project-based curriculum. We accomplish this through:
Rigorous academics, where all students are prepared for college success
Culture of excellence, where students are held to high expectations
Strong student-faculty relationships, where students are well known.
Engaging learning, where students see the relevance in their education

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