Airline High School

The Best School In Bossier City, Louisiana

About Testing

On March 19, students in grades 9-12 will be completing a series of state mandated tests. The EXPLORE, PLAN, and ACT test ensure that students are on track to graduate from high school on time and with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in college and in the work force. These national tests also allow for consistency in the measurement of college and career readiness from year to year. All tests will assess student achievement in English, reading, math, and science.

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Airline High School Football Record Book

Mascot: Vikings Team: Varsity 12-13 Colors: Columbia, NavyCoach: Bo Meeks Address: 2801 Airline Dr, Bossier City, LA 71111Overall: 11-4 District: 4-1 National Rank: 758State (LA) Rank: 17

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    Message from MR. ROWLAND

    AHHHHH-CHEWWWWWWWWW—March Message

    Pollen, ragweed, hay fever, and all the oaks are just a few of the many things that are in the air during this time of year. With the inception of spring, my allergies kick into high gear and I wish I had a dollar for every time I sneeze. Marla has asked me to change allergy meds or go to the doctor or take some shots in effort to keep me from polluting our home with violent reactions that I have to whatever tickles my nose.

    On campus we have everything from balls to students flying through the air as well. With our spring sports in full swing, this is the time of year that the largest amounts of students are participating in extra-curricular activities. In addition we have the Jazz Concert, the Spring Play, and JROTC excursions that are allowing our kids to enjoy all that high school has to offer. Literary Rally, Pi Day, and the “White Out/Dance Out” are still just a few more examples that litter our calendar for the month of March.

    Everything that we have planned or are planning pale in comparison to the epic day of March 19th. This is the state mandated “Testing Day” across the state of LA. All of our 9th graders will take the EXPLORE Test, our 10th graders will attempt the PLAN Test, and all 11th graders along with selected 12th graders will take the infamous ACT. We have been planning and encouraging this day now for the entire 2nd term. My passion and plea is for our best effort on this day. The outcomes and results will determine how our school is viewed over the next school year. I can only implore that we all take this event as seriously as we do all the aforementioned extra’s that we engage in. This is the one event that will count and stand the test of time.

    My challenge to all of us is to not just sneeze away the opportunity to be great. We cannot afford to just blow off the attempt at setting our school apart. The chance will be one that affects us all and let’s make it count. May God Bless Each of You—

    Jason Rowland

    Principal, AHS