Our Mission Statement
Ashland High School provides a safe, supportive learning environment by empowering individuals to be
respectful, responsible and active partners as they develop life long learning skills.
Our Core Values are: Respect, Integrity, Achievement, Responsibility, Involvement.
Whether you attend Ashland High School, have children attending Ashland High School, or are visiting our website in an effort to learn more about us, we welcome you here and hope you find the information you are seeking.
Parent Flyers: Under "Parent Links" (on the left navigation sidebar), you will find all school, district and community notices that used to be sent out via our Google Groups listserv. Instead of receiving many emails to your private email account (in some cases, from multiple schools), you can stay informed by checking this webpage for all new flyers and communication notices. The flyers can be sorted by Posting Date or Category to help facilitate your search for information.
Campus News: Recent announcements can be found on the main AHS webpage and are now posted in a blog format. To view all previous announcements, click on the "View more" link after the last announcement, or choose the "Campus News" link on the left navigation sidebar. Subscribe to the RSS feed to receive notification when new announcements are posted.
Class Webpages: There are many activities that are organized by grade level, and each class now has their own webpage where a class calendar and recent class announcements can be checked. These websites can be found under "Student Links" in the left navigation bar. They are a work in progress, and if there is any information you think should be included on these class webpages, please email the class advisor(s) and let them know. Class advisors are: Christine Fletcher (2014), Geoff Mostow (2015), Cory McGann (2016) and co-advisors Janet Twomey and Jonathan Parker (2017).
Ashland High School
U.S. News and World Report "America's Best High Schools" (1999, 2008, 2012, & 2013)
2013 Silver Medal School
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2012 Metrowest High School Health Survey Results
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