Academic & Educational Resources
Astoria High School: Keep up-to-date with online calendars and daily announcements, contact teachers, and find other useful AHS links and information. www.astoria.k12.or.us/
StudentVue, Tutorial, and Academic Labs: Use tutorial wisely to get the most out of your high school education. Tutorial is designed to provide opportunities for you to get help when you need it. Tutorial times can also be used to work on developing a deeper understanding of your subjects, provide peer tutoring, and take advantage of school activities. There is always something productive to do during tutorial! You can check your current grades by accessing your StudentVue account. Talk with your teachers, adviser, or counselor if you need help making the most of your tutorial time, StudentVue, and other school resources. https://student-astoria.cascadetech.org/astoria
Oregon Career Information System: Career and college exploration tools and resources. Use your own personal account (from Freshman Transitions class) or log on using the universal username and password for general exploration. https://oregoncis.uoregon.edu/Portal.aspx (Username: Astoria Password: Astoria06)
Khan Academy: A free resource for students to review and learn from. Includes thousands of videos including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, and Calculus as well as a variety of other subjects. www.khanacademy.org
OdysseyWare: This online program offers opportunities for students in need of credit recovery or seeking an alternative to a traditional classroom setting. Talk with a counselor to see if credit recovery or alternative education is right for you.
Beyond Astoria High School: This online resource is designed specifically for AHS students and includes information on college and career planning, testing and test preparation, scholarships and financial aid, event calendar, and much more.
Oregon Department of Education: Offers information about curriculum and instruction, state standards and testing, laws and rules, students with disabilities or individualized needs, transitioning from high school and more.