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    ahs Happenings

    Daily Announcements Posted 9/8/19

    We are grateful for. . .

    AHS Students show their gratitude through their advisory groups.  Each group discussed what gratitude is and what each of us is grateful for.  Check out the video above to see how we did.

     who says you can't paint in the dark! 

    Art I teacher Mrs. Lepore introduced her students to a different, fun way to complete their next project.  She passed out the neon paint and let them begin.  A few days later, her students walked in to a classroom full of black lights!  Mrs. Lepore stated the AHS Art department is always looking for fun, unique ways to reach all students!  All of the Art I classes will be completing this activity.


    At a recent BETA Club meeting, Mr. Trey Gibson spoke of his daughter's battle with pediatric brain cancer and the organization they have founded in her honor named the Fight Like Emilie foundation. Our Beta officers had the pleasure of handing Mr. Gibson a $300 check for the Fight Like Emilie foundation that was raised though a jeans day initiative. 

    AHS Calendar

    Congratulations to the AHS 2020 Student of the year

    shannon mathers

    Airline High School is always proud of all of our students, and this remarkable young lady is no exception!  Shannon is AHS Debate vice-president, Mu Alpha Theta president, and a member of the Airline FCA Leadership Team.  She is part of the parish gifted and talented program and has completed numerous dual enrollment courses through Bossier Parish Community College and Louisiana Tech.  She is a recognized National Merit Semi-finalist and is a member of the 30+ club for her composite ACT score of 34.  She enjoys helping in her church, and cheering on the Vikings!  

    We also want to commend all of the students who went through several rounds to determine who will represent AHS.

    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.  Mr. Neill will go on to represent our school later in the year at the parish level.  

    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

    AHS Emmitt Antwine is a nationally ranked debater

    Airline High School senior Emmitt Antwine, who is dual-enrolled at Bossier Parish Community College and is a part of the BPCC Debate Team, is the fifth ranked junior varsity intercollegiate debater in the nation in the most recent update from the International Public Debate Association.  At this point, Antwine has earned five individual awards in tournaments hosted by Lee College, Louisiana Tech University, University of Southern Mississippi, and LSU-Shreveport.

    “What Emmitt is accomplishing is truly remarkable. Nationally, less than 1/10th of 1 percent of intercollegiate debaters are dual-enrolled high school students; and, while seniors often dominate the national top twenty-five, we’re talking about college seniors and not high school seniors,” said BPCC Debate Team coach Bob Alexander. “Emmitt’s character and commitment to excellence attest to the potential of Airline High School students.”

    Antwine is the top ranked student in the junior varsity division from Louisiana, ahead of students from LSU, Louisiana Tech, and others. He is also only high school student in the top fifty rankings that were released by the International Public Debate Association on November 5, 2019.

    Justin James