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    ahs Happenings

    Daily Announcements Posted 9/8/19

    Ernie Perry, III wins state championship

    Airline freshman Ernie Perry III won his first state championship Saturday night in the Allstate Sugar Bowl/LHSAA Wrestling State Tournament at the CenturyLink Center. 

    Perry, the No. 1 seed, pinned No. 2 Jacob Houser of Covington St. Paul’s in the first round of the Division 1 - 106-pound class championship match which ended very quickly.

    The Viking freshman began wrestling as a 4-year old.  Perry finished his freshman season with a 32-1 record.  Perry is also a straight A student. 

    Football Players Receive Their AHS Letterman Jackets

    On February 10, 2020, our district 1-5A champions football team celebrated their outstanding season with a banquet that honored all of our football players.  What made the night even more special was the fact that football players receive their new AHS letterman jackets! This is the first time all of the senior and junior players were awarded the new AHS letterman jacket!  The players and team had a great season, and ended this season looking good in their new jackets. Congratulations!

    Congratulations to Peyton Moore, our 2020 Hugh O'Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Recipient!  Peyton will represent Airline High School this summer at the leadership seminar on the campus of Southeastern Louisiana University.  Peyton, along with student representatives from across the state will engage in leadership development collaborations and explore various leadership opportunities.

    Landry Wade represents District 4 at the  Mystick Krewe of Louisiana’s Washington D.C. Mardi Gras event

    AHS’s very own Landry Wade was selected by Louisiana 4th District U.S. Congressman Mike Johnson as a princess at the Mystick Krewe of Louisiana’s Washington D.C. Mardi Gras event. The event was held at the Washington D.C Hilton. Landry got to attend several events including a tour of the Capitol. The weekend ended with the grand Mardi Gras Ball Gala.  The even focuses on bringing a little of Louisiana to the Nation’s Capitol and has been held since 1943. 

    AHS Calendar

    Progress Reports

    We will no longer be sending home hard copies of student progress reports.  Normally students would receive their 4 1/2 week progress report on Thursday, February 13, 2020.  Because parents/guardians are registered on Illuminate, a student's current grades can be viewed at any time.  IF a parent/guardian would like a hard copy given to his/her student, you can contact the register's office to make this request.  Report cards WILL continue to be printed.  

    Thank you for your support.

    Mr. Justin James


    Brigadier General Vincent Buggs visits AHS

    Airline High School JROTC received a surprise visit from Brigadier General Vincent Buggs, U.S. Army, North Deputy Commanding General, on Friday.  Gen Buggs is native of Bossier City and was also a member of ROTC in college where he received in commission in the Army.  

    Gen Buggs spoke the cadets about how important is to surround yourself around people that will help you become successful, even if that means leaving some friends that don't have the same drive that you have behind.  

    He also told the cadets that they shouldn't use their socioeconomic status as an excuse, because his socioeconomic status did not deter him achieving his goals.  Gen Boggs stated, "It doesn't matter where you start, it's how you finish," which is the key message that the cadets took away from his visit.     

    Congratulations to the ahs 2020 Teacher of the year

    Mr. Billy Neill

    The faculty has spoken, and our AHS 2020 Teacher of the Year is Mr. Billy Neill.  Mr. Neill is a master teacher in the math department where he has been instrumental in establishing  an innovative RTI program to help our students master mathematics.  Mr. Neill also teaches our Cyber Literacy/Science classes where he and his students have been recognized at the state level for their cyber skills. 

    Top Gains

    Mission Statement

    Meeting our students where they are and taking them where they need to go.


    Achieving success the right way, the best way, the Airline way!

    PTL Airline Jacket

    You can now order the PTL Airline jacket on line!  Just click on the link below and place your order.  The jackets will be delivered to the school, and Mrs. Lindner will get the delivery to your student.

    Airline jacket

    In the Spotlight

    Congratulations to the Bossier Parish student of the year

    On Tuesday, January 14, Shannon Mathers was happily organizing a filing cabinet as the student worker for Mrs. Lepore's first block.  Unknowingly, just outside in the hallway a group of Bossier Parish officials were gathering excitedly.  They entered the art wing classroom and Shannon's face lit up.  She knew they might be coming but she wasn't certain until she saw the joyful look on their faces.  Why were they there? To announce that Shannon Mathers is the 2019-2020 Bossier Parish high school student of the year.  

    Parish officials present included Bossier Parish Superintendent Mitch Downey, Assistant Superintendent and former Airline Principal Jason Rowland.  Airline High School administrators present included Principal Justin James, Assistant Principals Holly George and Seth Stowell, and Airline's Senior Guidance Counselor Beth Moore. Other Parish officials present included Horda Semdani, Terrie Johnson, Ginny Nolen, Emma Jordan, Kim Morgan, Fran Sprankle, Laura Lee Leflett, Kay Canal, Linda Thorn-Lewis, Christy Bucker, Scarlett Smith, Jacob Hesselschwardt, and Lisa Neuman.  Teri Hensley with Advance Awards and Gift Shop was also present.  Sonja Bales, public relations liaison for Bossier Schools was also in attendance.

    As Shannon's debate coach, I have known her for all four years of high school.  She is so genuinely worthy of this honor.  She is a member and a leader of countless organizations on campus, but more than that, she is a wonderful person.  She has a heart of gold and unparalleled determination.

    Of this recognition, Shannon stated, "It was so exciting to see so many supporters, friends, former teachers, and mentors show up and appreciate the hard work and team effort that went into this."

    We are so excited to see Shannon move onto the next level where she will compete for regional student of the year!

    Justin James