AV District News

November 18, 2021

Friday Night Lights- CIF Semi-Finals

Congratulations to Highland, Palmdale, and Quartz Hill High Schools on advancing to the CIF Semi-Finals! Highland will play at Serrano High School at 7:00 PM. Palmdale High School will host Northview High School at 7:00 PM. Quartz Hill High School will host Woodbridge at 7:30. Good luck to our teams!

Littlerock High School Band Qualifies for SCSBOA 1A Championships

Congratulations to the Littlerock High School Marching Band! They have qualified for the SCSBOA 1A Championship Competition that will be held this coming Saturday, November 20th, in Downey, California. Countless hours of dedication and practice coupled with their exceptional talent has proven more than worthwhile as they advance as one of only 12 selected schools in the Southern California 1A Division. Under the direction of Gary Gregg and Tre Balfour, we offer enthusiastic best wishes this weekend to our student musicians who continue to make us proud through their hard work and artistic excellence. Good luck, Lobos!

Antelope Valley Adult Education Programs

Antelope Valley Adult Education is a school within the Antelope Valley Union High School District. We provide free English as a Second Language (ESL), Citizenship, High School Diploma, and High School Equivalency programs as a public community service to everyone 18 years and older. We also offer low-cost career classes that prepare students to immediately enter the workforce with industry-standard, State, and national certifications. Visit our website HERE for more information.

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Lancaster High School Hosts Commander’s Call

Lancaster High School Air Force JROTC students participated in the Commander's Call this week. Cadets were presented with awards, the Wing Commander and Vice Wing Commander presented about the AFJROTC program at Lancaster High School, and the AS1 cadets were officially pronounced as cadets in the program.

Knight High School Kicks Off College Application Season

As part of its College Going culture, Knight High School has kicked off the College Application and Financial Aid Application season with a bang. As of Wednesday, November 17th KHS has uploaded GPAs for all Seniors and 93 of those Seniors have worked with a counselor and submitted their FAFSA or CA Dream App. Those 93 are #1 in the Antelope Valley Union High School District and represents 17% of the 547 total submissions districtwide.

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