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
CEEB code 050115[2]
Principal Louie Rocha
Teaching staff 83 FTE[3]
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 1914[3]
Student to teacher ratio 23:1[3]
Color(s)         
Mascot Panther
Team name Panthers
Accreditation WASC
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, United States. 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; vocal and instrumental music; video, photographic, sculpted, painted and drawn arts; foreign languages; health and sports medicine; auto and wood shop; and engineering.

History[edit]

AHS opened in Antioch, California in 1955. It is the second high school in Antioch, replacing the old high school (which is now the city museum). The school is currently being remodeled with upgrades throughout the entire school. This project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017.

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 a peek into careers in engineering. Professor Jason Ebner from UC Berkeley gives instruction at this institution.

Environmental Studies[edit]

In 2012, Antioch launched an Environmental Studies Academy.

LEAD[edit]

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

Media/Tech[edit]

In 2012, Antioch launched a Media/Tech Academy.[4]

Notable alumni[edit]

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