SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST
ACTIVITIES & CLUBS
ACCELERATED READING QUIZ LIST
AMHS LIBRARY CATALOG
AP LITERATURE SUMMER READING LIST
CONTINUOUS SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT
CURRICULUM & PROGRAMS
GERMAN-AMERICAN EXCHANGE PROGRAM
GradeSpeed - PARENT CONNECTION
GradeSpeed - STUDENT CONNECTION
GradeSpeed - TEACHER CONNECTION
LUNCH MENU (External Link)
MIDDLE SCHOOL INFO
MCEC (External Link)
MILITARY ONE SOURCE (External Link)
PRIVACY & SECURITY
Student 2 Student (External Link)
It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to call the school every time their student is absent.
WELCOME TO ANSBACH MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL
Ansbach American Middle/High School (AMHS)is a Department of Defense Dependent School (DODDS), which is part of the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA). It is a public school serving the children of American Army units. Our school is certified by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The DoDEA system makes it possible for students to transfer back to a stateside school and continue their education in elementary, middle, high school, vocational school or college.
Ansbach High School is located 25 miles southwest of Nurnberg
in Northern Bavaria. A DoDDS school year consists of two semesters,
each of which is eighteen weeks in length. Our school community consists of
military families from the greater Ansbach community, and a feeder base,
Illesheim, which is about 35 minutes away. The principal of Ansbach American
High School is Mr. David Carlisle. We have a middle school and a high school
guidance counselor, a school psychologist, and an ASACS counselor who
provide individual and group counseling.
If you are relocating to the Ansbach area, take a look at Ansbach, Germany to find out more about life on the local economy. Click here to find out more about life with the USAG Ansbach.
Ansbach Middle High School is committed to ensuring that each student will be
able to function successfullly in an increasingly global and diverse world.
Dates To Remember:
||DoDDS-E Football Camp,
Registration starts at noon
||New Student/Family Orientation, 0900-1200 hrs
||First Day of School
||Open House, 1700 Hrs
||November 8th, December 6th, January 24th, & May 2nd. Students report at 0730 hrs.
||December 13th & April 8th. Students report at 0730 hrs.
||9-13 Mar 2015
Summer Enrichment Program
You are invited to a summer filled with learning experiences that will help your brain blossom! As we head into summer, children and adults alike may have images of sleeping until noon, riding roller coasters, splashing in the pool, or building sandcastles on sunny, sandy beaches. After ten months of growth in the classroom inspired by awesome teachers, kids do need a break. However, with a little effort the academic "summer slide" can be minimized. Students can have fun continuing to learn during the summer and keep their minds razor-sharp, preparing them for a successful transition to the next grade level and beyond.
The purpose of this website is to present a resource where both parents and students may turn to experience fresh, exciting ideas in education. Some website links are suitable for older students to explore on their own. Parents of younger children will probably want to spend some time exploring the links with their children, guiding them to areas to promote growth and learning. Throughout the website, students of all ages, abilities, and interests will be inspired and motivated to learn for the fun of it!
DoDEA has implemented a system-wide attendance policy for students.
For information, policy highlights, and a video message from DoDEA Acting Director, please visit the DoDEA website at http://www.dodea.edu/attendance/
If your student is absent, please call the school or send an email to the address below before 10:00 a.m. to inform our school's attendance clerk.