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Hello to you all,
Strong and proud...Anderson High School has maintained these characteristics for many years.
Although the faces and buildings have changed several times among students and staff, the one
constant factor has been the elements of tradition, spirit, and a commitment to represent our
With excellence in student achievement, Anderson High School has become known for academic excellence with 22 AP/Dual Credit offerings. But even amongst our growth, AHS's mindset and values have remained true to continued integrity, relationship building, academic achievement, co-curricular, and extra-curricular participation and successes. Tradition is created; not inherited. Many years ago a dedicated group of educators, inspired students, and community members created a foundation, one strong enough to endure decade’s worth of change, new ideas, altered demographics, state-mandates, and phenomenal growth. Countless staff members have built upon this foundation and have improved what AHS offers its students; similarly, AHS students have continued to "rise to the occasion" over the years, striving to remain on top academically, athletically, and socially in campus activities, clubs, and community events.
Tradition is an amazing facet of education. It makes it harder to give up in times of trial.
Anderson High School is virtually on the "tipping point" in many areas and as a result, many
new traditions have recently been established and will continue to develop as we work, and
collaborate with staff members and students. AHS is a remarkable place to spend four years
learning, and a great place to make a difference for students. Please continue to be a participant
in your child’s education. We strive for “A Culture of Excellence” as we intentionally prepare
every student to have an array of viable options at the conclusion of their AHS educational
One last new tradition and motto is that we take Anderson, Loyalty, Pride and Dedication
(ALPD) in everything we do.
We are Anderson!
Anderson High School
“Forever Proud, Forever Strong, Forever Indian”