Apollo High School (Arizona)
|Apollo High School|
|8045 N. 47th Ave.
Glendale, Arizona, United States
|School district||Glendale Union High School District|
|Enrollment||1,908 (October 1, 2012)|
|Color(s)||Navy Blue, Gold & White|
Apollo High School is a secondary school located in Glendale, Arizona. It is part of the Glendale Union High School District (GUHSD). It enrolls approximately 1,900 students, grades 9-12. The Apollo High School motto has changed over recent years from "Pride, Class and Dignity" to the current "Strive for Excellence".
The mascot is the Hawks, and the school colors are navy blue; gold; and white.
Apollo High School is a member of the Arizona Interscholastic Association. AHS offers sports for both boys and girls during the fall, winter and spring seasons.
|Fall athletics||Winter athletics||Spring athletics|
|Girls||Badminton, Volleyball, (Varsity, JV, Freshman)||Basketball (Varsity, JV, Freshman), Soccer (Varsity, Developmental)||Softball (Varsity, JV, Freshman), Tennis|
|Boys||Football, (Varsity, JV, Freshman)||Basketball (Varsity, JV, Freshman), Soccer (Varsity, Developmental), Wrestling (Varsity, JV, Freshman)||Baseball (Varsity, JV, Freshman), Tennis|
|Mixed||Cross Country, Golf, Swim & Dive||Track & Field|
- Apollo High School boys' basketball team recently won the Arizona State 4A Championship three years in a row (2005, 2006, 2007).
- Apollo High School girls' basketball team was the runner up of the Arizona State Championship in their division in 2010.
- Apollo High School boys soccer team won the Arizona State 5A Championship in 1993.
Awards and recognition
Apollo High School is largely Hispanic (55%), 33% White, 10% Black, and other less than 2%. There is also a large Muslim population within Apollo High school. There is also a minor but growing Asian population.
- Prince Amukamara, Super Bowl champion (XLVI) & cornerback for the New York Giants
- Jennie Garth, actress (did not graduate)
- Bob Horner, professional baseball infielder(1978–1988)
- Rick Kranitz, Major League Baseball pitching coach
- Paul Lo Duca, former Major League Baseball catcher (1998–2008)
- Ari Louis, Israeli businessman and radio talk-show host