Antioch High School

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Antioch High School
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Address
700 West 18th Street
Antioch, California, Contra Costa, 94509
United States
Coordinates 38°00′18″N 121°48′54″W / 38.005021°N 121.814967°W / 38.005021; -121.814967Coordinates: 38°00′18″N 121°48′54″W / 38.005021°N 121.814967°W / 38.005021; -121.814967[1]
Information
School district Antioch Unified School District
Principal Louie Rocha
Vice principal Jarrod Bordi, Markell McCain, Jason Murphy, Bukky Oyebade
Teaching staff 113 FTE[2]
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2718[2]
Student to teacher ratio 24:1[2]
Color(s)         
Mascot Panther
Team name Panthers
Newspaper 'The Prowler'
Yearbook 'The Panther'
Website
Not to be confused with Antioch Community High School

Antioch High School is a public high school located in Antioch, California, USA. It is located at 700 West 18th Street between G and L streets. It is a comprehensive high school for grades 9-12. There are about 120 teachers, and 20 maintenance and office staff. The administration consists of a principal and four vice-principals. Departments at the school include English; mathematics; physical, earth, and life sciences; social studies; physical education; both vocal and instrumental music; drama; video, photographic, sculpted, painted and drawn arts; foreign languages; health and sports medicine; cooking; auto and wood shop; and engineering.

History[edit]

AHS opened in Antioch, California, United States in 1955. It is the second high school in Antioch, replacing the old high school (which is now the city museum).

Academies[edit]

EDGE[edit]

In 2010, Antioch High started the Academy of Engineering and Designing a Greener Environment (EDGE) which is a pathway that integrates the core classes with an engineering class to give students an peek into a future career in engineering.

Environmental studies[edit]

In 2012, Antioch launched a new Environmental Studies Academy.

LAPS[edit]

In 2012, Antioch launched a new Leadership and Public Service Academy.

Media/tech[edit]

In 2012, Antioch launched a new Media/Tech Academy.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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