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AMHS Information

Greetings Arabia Mountain High School Family,

I hope all is well with you and your loved ones. Below are the most current available updates

Graduation Ceremony: The AMHS Virtual Graduation Ceremony will take place Monday, June 15, 2020, at 1:00 pm. Parents will receive a link to the graduation ceremony by June 12, 2020, to share with friends and family.

Senior/Prom Dues-The senior and prom sponsors are working hard to complete the refund process. We are hoping to have checks are available during the week of June 15th when students report to school to pick-up personal items, senior memorabilia, etc.

Senior Memorabilia: Senior shirts/jersey and other items will be available for pick-up during the week of June 15th.

PTSA GradBash (Senior Trip) Refund: PTSA is currently working on processing GradBash refunds. They have received monies from most of the vendors. The PTSA will communicate their plan for the distribution of refund checks directly with parents who are due refunds

Yearbooks: Please read the message below from Lifetouch in regards to yearbook deliveries.

Arabia Mountain H.S. Families,

Our 2020 yearbook is in production and we know your children are going to love it.  Like many businesses, our yearbook printer has been forced to operate its production facility with a limited crew due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Unfortunately, we are not able to provide you a scheduled delivery date.  Once we have confirmed the delivery of the books to our school, we will provide an update.  Thanks for your patience as we work through this unprecedented event.   

Student retrieval of personal belongings: All student lockers have been cleared. Students’ items retrieved from lockers have been placed in individual bags and labeled with students’ names and locker numbers for easy and safe pick-up during the week of June 15, 2020. Library books, textbooks, and Chromebooks found in lockers during the cleanout have been collected and checked in. Please look forward to the detailed plan for student pick-up that will be sent to parents next Sunday.

Report Cards: Final report cards will be mailed during the week of June 8, 2020.

Summer Assignments: Summer Assignments have been posted on the school’s website. Students are expected to complete summer assignments for the core/AP classes (ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, or AP Courses) that they have enrolled in for the 20-21 School Year. Summer Assignments will be due on August 31, 2020.

Thank you for your continued patience. If you have any additional questions/concerns please do not hesitate to contact us at 678.875.3602, visit our school’s website, or email us.


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AMHS Newsworthy!!
Diversity & Inclusion: What Is the Right Path?
Please join AMHS 2020 Graduate Brandon Smith for this event. Click on the link provided:

Harvard Debate Council Diversity Project welcomes Arabia Mountain HS student 

Arabia Mountain High School, rising junior, Zayla Bryant, becomes apart of the Harvard Debate Council Diversity Project!! Congratulations, Zayla!

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         Arabia Mountain, Cedar Grove Receive GHSA Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award

Two DeKalb County high school athletic programs won their GHSA Region Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Awards selected by their region for their display of sportsmanship throughout the 2019-20 school year.

Arabia Mountain (Region 5-5A) and Cedar Grove (Region 5-3A) were each selected on their merit in exhibiting exemplary sportsmanship this past school year.

The two schools set an example for all DeKalb County athletic programs and are to be congratulated for the combined efforts of the school administrations, coaches, athletes and fans.

Georgia’s Electric Membership Cooperatives (EMCs) proudly sponsor the Georgia High School Association Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award and recently announced the 56 GHSA-member high schools that will receive this year’s award. The award honors schools that demonstrated impeccable sportsmanship during the 2019-2020 school year.

Congratulations to all of the region winners of the GHSA Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award for 2019-2020,” says Dr. Robin Hines, GHSA executive director. “It is an honor for these member schools to be selected by their regions for this award. The characteristics of good sportsmanship are critical to the development of our young people as they transition into productive adults. The GHSA applauds our schools on this accomplishment and appreciates Georgia’s EMCs for their support of this outstanding recognition program.”

Since 2006, the GHSA and Georgia’s EMCs have sponsored the Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award which reinforces the GHSA philosophy: “Students, athletes, coaches, spectators and all others associated with high school activities programs should adhere to the fundamental values of respect, fairness, honesty and responsibility.” Schools winning this award are thus honored for displaying exemplary sportsmanship during competition throughout the school year.

Student athletes, fellow students, school staff, parents and event spectators are recognized for the sportsmanship they display. The award is not only a school honor, but a community honor as well. The GHSA region secretaries select winners based upon sportsmanship demonstrated throughout the school year.

Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Awards are presented annually to the GHSA-member high schools in the 56 regions from the seven classifications by EMC representatives during fall athletic events and school assemblies. 


       2020 -2021 School Choice Selectees! 
            Congratulations!   Click Here     


School News & Information

AMHS Good News!

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Congratulations to our AMHS Healthcare Science students
for fiercely competing at the Annual State Leadership Conference! Hats off to Alexis Thomas-Fitzgerald
for placing top 3 in the state in the Medical Assisting competitive event, and Luis Blancas for placing top 3
in the Life Support Skills competitive event.  
AMHS Foreign Language Teachers Attend Flag 2020 Conference
AMHS Students Win at 2020 DCSD Film Festival!
AMHS competed against 11 other Dekalb Couty schools and came out on top!! Our wonderful students, under the direction of Ms. F. Williams, won in the following three categories at the 2020 Dekalb County 2020 Student Film Festival
Novice Films
The Venus Video Project - Best Editing
The Venus Video Project - Best Sound
Dear Delilah - Best of Show

The Venus Video Project                                                         
Sydney Bunkley                                                                           
Tibria Brown                                                                               
Terrance Atterberry                                                                     
Donovan Brown                                                                           
Hemil Con-Roma                                                                         
Demetrius Smedley                                                                      
Darius Blakley
Dear Delilah
Danaeya Witherspoon
Bradford Fleming II
Kenosha Cameron
Janae Morris
Brooklyn Brewer
Brianna Jeffcoat 
Stonecrest Parks and Recreation
Arabia's 2019-2020 SGA has been outstandingly active this year with the City of Stonecrest Mayor's Office. They have been getting out, partnering with our community, and making a name for Stonecrest in ways that we have never seen before. Pictured is below is Arabia Mountain's  SGA members with The Mayor of The City of Stonecrest, Mr. Jason Lary and other city elected officials, after our Stonecrest Parks & Recreation Master Plan Survey Data Presentation on February 10th.
AMHS/PTSA Reflections District Level Winners
We would like to congratulate to the following RAMS for placing at the district level in the National PTSA Reflections Program:
  • Carlynn Andrews for placing 1st in the 12th grade Visual Arts category 
  • Jayde Spann for placing 2nd in the 10th grade Literature category  

Both student entries will advance to compete at the state level. Congratulations!!

DCSD Features AMHS Homecoming Parade
The Dekalb County School District features Arabia Mountain High as they help capture our first ever homecoming parade!! See video by clicking here
AMHS Jewels Perform w/ ATL Falcons Cheerleaders
The Atlanta Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints NFL game on Thursday, 11-28-19, in which our very own AMHS Jewels performed with the Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders during the pre-game show. Way to go Jewels!!
Science Bowl & Science Fair 2019

Science Bowl 2019

During the National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineer's 46th annual conference, November 17-21, 2019, 5 students participated in the STEM weekend science fair/science bowl competition. The AMHS Rams team won second place and a trophy after several rounds of intensive competition.

Science Fair 2019

Danait Issac competed in the Senior Division Science Fair. Although she did not place in the top three, her project was highly rated.

Team composition for the Science Bowl is as follows:

Camille Chatman, Danait Issac, Daleiah Moniz, Ofuan Oyakhire, and Tyler Wilkerson

Congratulations to these students for their hard work in preparing for this competition and for an amazing performance and conduct during this three-day event.

In addition, Dr. Okoh acknowledges the financial support from the National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) and the parents of the participating students.


2019-2020 National Reflections Program
The PTSA would like to thank all of the students who participated in the 2019-2020 National Reflections Program. The following students won first or second place in their categories and will advance to compete at the District Level.

Literature - Jayde Spann 1st place, Sharelle Lord 2nd place

Visual Arts - Carlynn Andrews 1st place, Miles Mallory 2nd place

Photography - Miles Mallory 1st place, Jalen Hawkins 2nd place

Congratulations to all of the students!!

District Events
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Policies and procedures specific to Arabia Mountain High School
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Bell Schedules for both A & B Weeks
Info about School Uniforms and the AMHS dress code
This letter explains parents' rights to know the professional qualifications of classroom teachers as directed by the ESEA.
Code of Student Conduct: Student Rights and Responsibilities and Character Development Handbook
AMHS photos: Rams On the Move!
Click Here to visit the AMHS PTSA website! 
The Arabia Mountain High School WebStore is open for business! This online store allows parents and their students to easily and securely purchase school items online such as class fees, club dues, field trips, yearbooks, etc. Click Here to access the Webstore! 
                                         Please click here to find out the standard operating procedures for Digital Dreamers  
Welcome to the Arabia Mountain's 
Work-Based Learning Program 
After School Loitering Policy
All students who are not participating in school-sponsored activities must vacate the building and leave the premises no later than 4:00pm daily. This is in accordance with state law and the DeKalb County Student Code of Conduct.  Click Here to download the 2018-2019 letter from Dr. Swanson to all AMHS parents explaining this policy in detail. 
Infinite Campus Info
Infinite Campus Parent and Student portals are available to you! Please Click Here to  visit the DSCD Campus Portal webpage for more information or contact Ms. Ellis in the Arabia Mountain High School front office.
District 5 School Board Representative
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School Board Representative
Vickie B. Turner is an educator with over 24 years of experience and is a 20+ year DeKalb County resident. She is co-pastor of Augustine Chapel with her husband. Turner has a Masters of Education from Troy State University and a Bachelors of Science from Bowling Green State University. She currently oversees the day-to-day operations of The Augustine Preparatory Academy of Atlanta (TAPAA) which was formed from Cathedral Academy (est. 1984).  
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