Aloha High School


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Calendar for June 13-22

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Warriors - review your class selections for next year!

Please have your Aloha High School student review their Course Requests in StudentVue to make sure the classes and alternates they want to take next year are correct. If any changes or corrections are needed, have them follow this link and complete the form. Once the school year begins, it is often difficult to make any schedule changes.

All requests to change classes for next year must be completed by June 1st. Aloha counselors are available if there are any questions. This information is also being shared to all AHS students in Advisory.

Band Concert, "A Night at the Movies" @ 7:00 pm, June 1

The concert is music featured in movies. Think, Mission Impossible and Pirates of the Caribbean. Click below for a preview.

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AHS horticulturalists have been hard at work cultivating vegetables and starts for a Plant Sale benefitting our Sunshine, Juan

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Register Here for Summer School

Questions? Call Kaitlyn Hashek at 503 356 2815 or

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Who can come to summer school? Anyone with and I and N or and F. You can earn a half credit for each session.

How much does it cost? Believe it or not it is FREE and comes with a FREE breakfast and a FREE lunch too.

How long is it? The first session is 4 days, July 5th-14th is 7 days. The second session is 8 days - July 18-28th.

Do I get to sleep in? Well, a little bit. Classes are from 8:00 to 12:00.

How do I sign up? When do I have to sign up by? Registration is online.
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Have you lost it? We might have found it.

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Order your yearbook while they last. Limited supply!

$45 while supplies last. Handing our yearbooks on June 1 and 2.

Yearbooks are Here!

  • When do I get my yearbook? If you purchased a yearbook, you can claim your copy during both lunches June 1st or June 2nd. The Yearbook staff will be in the Senior Section of the Cafeteria with multiple tables labeled in alphabetical order. Find the table that matches the first letter of your last name, sign a form to confirm you received the book and then the book is all yours! It's that easy.
  • What if I still need to buy a yearbook? It is not too late! You can visit the bookkeeper’s office during lunch and pay $45 CASH. You can also purchase online using a credit card at Yearbooks are available while supplies last, make sure to buy your copy before they sell out.
  • What happens if I forget to pick up my yearbook during distribution day? NO WORRIES! After June 2nd, you can pick up your copy of the yearbook by visiting Ms. Aguirre in E-20 Before or After School.

If you have any questions about the yearbook, please see Ms. Aguirre in E-20 before or after school or send an email to

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AHS Athletics

Thank you to Ken Martinez - Cross Country, Kurt Lindner - Tennis, Tom Bendt - Athletic Director, Tim Moe - Golf and Bill Volk - Track and Athletic Director for Fall 2022 for their service to our coaching staff. . All incredibly IMPACTFUL coaches! A Warrior welcome to new tennis coach and Aloha Alumni, Emily Penland (In blue in the middle row.) Welcome back to coaching golf, Vince Kirnak.

Seniors - Your Check-out Forms are Here! - Go to the Counseling office.

Important Graduation Dates

Senior Check out May 31 to June 10.

Check out form in the counseling office. Turn in Chromebooks, library materials, Clear class fee accounts, order transcripts, clear cafeteria account

Graduation tickets - last stop at senior checkout. Four guest tickets on the field and four guest tickets in the stands.

June 3

Final day to submit credits from outside institutions

June 7, 8, 9

Senior Final Exams

June 9th

Senior Grades due by 3:30pm

June 10th

6:45am- Senior Breakfast - Aloha staff provides & serves breakfast to the Class of 2022

8:00am- Medallion, Cords/ Stoles Distribution - to be worn at Senior Assembly and Graduation.

8:30am- Mandatory Graduation Practice

10:00am- Senior Assembly -wear your caps, gowns and regalia!

6:30pm- Graduation Ceremony at Aloha High School stadium - yes, it is outside Wear you cap, gown and regalia.

10:00pm-3:00am - Grad Party

Seniors!!! - Only 30 left! Order Today!

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Look for the PTO Moms selling tickets at lunch.

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Graduation 2022 - 6:30 pm June 10th at Aloha Stadium

Cap, Gown, Tassel & Class Medallion - Order HERE $48

Cap, Gown, Tassel and Class Medallion is all you need. This basic package is $48.00

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Going in to 6th-12th grade next fall? Just graduated high school? Join the Beaverton City Library Teen Summer Reading Program!

Begin participating on June 1st
Download a reading log to get started or create your own. Printed logs are also available at the main library and the Murray Scholls Branch. No registration required!

Read or listen to books and audio books for 15 hours over the summer.

Return between July 5th and August 15th to claim:

  • A free paperback book.
  • A free coupon for McDonald's.

Other stuff to do

Apply Here for Meal Benefits

Remember to check "Permission to Share". This will allow us to waive class, sport and tech fees.

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Aloha High School Calendar

This will link you to the AHS Calendar on the AHS webpage. It is updated weekly.

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Teen Support Resources

Mental Health America has compiled an abundance of resources for teens and parents of teens who are experiencing depression.

HelpGuide, a nonprofit organization, put together tips for parents to help them identify depression in their teens and help them treat it.

According to Mental Health America, anxiety disorders are among the most common mental illnesses in the U.S. This page has resources for dealing with anxiety and in depth information about the causes, symptoms, treatments and more.

The CDC conducts a National Youth Risk Behavior Survey to spotlight the causes and effects of high risk behaviors in youth.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention said that educating yourself on what put kids at the greatest risk for suicide is one thing that protects them the most. They have given information on the facts and some of the risk factors and warning signs for teen suicide.

Solara Mental Health has created a mental health guide to help college students stay on track with maintaining their mental health and a healthy life balance in college.

The National Helpline is available in English and Spanish for individuals and family members facing mental health or substance abuse disorders.

Truth Initiative has a free text message program to help youth, young adults or anyone who is looking to quit e-cigarette use.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) put together page of resources of support for teens and young adults facing challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry listed some sources of teen stress and ways that parents can help their them to decrease stress.