AHS New Campus Celebration
Wednesday, October 13

Join us as we celebrate the construction of our new building on the Fort Lewis College campus!

Performers will include FLC's Skyhawk Nation Drum Group and AHS' Color Guard, along with live music from Julianne Marqua (AHS class of 2017) and Jesse Ogle from iAM Music. All are welcome!

We will bus all students and staff to the ceremony from our current campus and students will be released from FLC at the end of the ceremony. WThere will be no Xblock classes this afternoon and we will not provide a bus back to AHS. Please arrange transportation accordingly.

Parking is available at the Smith Sports Complex, which is approximately a 10 minute walk across campus. Metered spots are available at the Union Visitor Lot and EBH Lot.

See the Fort Lewis College Map for help finding us!
Award-winning AHS Founding Teacher Lori Fisher shares, “After twelve years of building AHS into the unique school that it is today, moving to the Fort will open new doors for all our students and teachers through partnerships with professors, increased access to college-level resources and the excitement and vitality of being on a college campus--this move will help our Ospreys soar to new heights!”
“The AHS and FLC partnership is suited to best serve our community and will enhance the programmatic engagement between the College and local public schools,” says FLC President Tom Stritikus. “By bringing an outstanding educational partner to campus, we’re increasing our opportunity for learning and deepening collaborations between local educational entities. At FLC we’ve long admired the work of AHS and we know they will increase the vibrancy of our campus.”
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