Athens City Schools Summer School registration is now open. Summer School is open to ACS students in grades 7-12. Choose from Credit Recovery Courses or Credit Advancement Courses. Full details, registration dates and tuition costs are available online. Find everything you need to know about ACS Summer School at www.acs-k12.org/summerschool
Important PowerUP 2020 Digital Device Distribution & Fee Information We are excited to share that our new devices for our PowerUP refresh have finally arrived. We will begin distribution on Thursday, November 5. We will send information regarding REMOTE student devices to students/parents soon. In order for you student to receive their new iPad, there are a few steps that must be taken. Click here to see the full details regarding agreements, fees, payment and more information.
Important Athletic Ticket Information AMS is now offering digital tickets online with gofan.com for all athletic events. We have a mobile-ticket ONLY policy at all athletic events. Fans can purchase tickets online at www.gofan.co (not .com). Click here for more detailed information and instructions.
AMS Athletic Spectator Expectations In order to attend and remain at any AMS athletic event, you must follow the rules as described in the AMS Athletic Spectator Expectations Document. This includes, but is not limited to, having no symptoms, wearing a mask, and maintaing social distancing. Click here now for the full AMS Athletic Spectator Expectations document.
The Athens City Board of Education has approved the 2020-2021 School Calendar. The calendar can also be found on the district website at https://www.acs-k12.org/Page/2#calendar1/20200130/month
Get the app!
We have a new mobile app to keep you connected at all times. Use the app to check calendars, lunch menus and receive "push" notifications about school events and weather emergencies. To customize your experience, you can select only the schools you want to follow. Download it for free at the App Store or Google Play. Search "Athens City School System."