Click the above link for the official AAS Bell Schedule for 2015-16.
Click the above link for all of the testing information for the upcoming testing season.
Click the link to see the students and teachers behind the hard work. 2 students will be heading to Valdosta State in June-July 2016 for the summer program!
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Thank you to the Georgia Credit Union management team from our school branch for coming to the Academy For Advanced Studies this morning and talking with our students about the A-Z in banking and money management.
The teachers and parents at Rocky Spring Elementary School had an excited idea for their FATHER DAUGHTER DANCE this year.
See some pictures from the trip our Surgical Tech class took to the Southern Crescent Technical program.
Congratulations to 1st place winners Efrain Hernandez and his partner Demier Minor and their teachers Mr. Drew and Mr. Broderick. Second place winner goes to Ms. Burns' student Kailyn Pope. Efrain and Demier will advance to the state competition.
The Academy for Advanced Studies Engineering Students and TSA students made a special delivery to the Early Child Development Department. Students designed and built each child a toy vehicle.
Congratulations to the Academy students as they competed at Hampton High School last week at the county level!
Our engineering students had an awesome day touring Kennesaw State University. The tour allowed them to visit several engineering labs and got a chance to eat at the all you can eat buffet lunch. They were well behaved and represented us very well.
College and Career Academy Student Spotlight- Mathew Stubbs- Careers in Energy
The Academy for Advanced Studies DECA Chapter is supporting the Wounded Warrior Project as one of their community service projects for the 2015-16 school year.
Congratulations to the following students for being selected by the Henry County Chamber of Commerce to participate in the Youth Leadership Henry program. This is a county-wide program for outstanding high school sophomores who have demonstrated leadership qualities in their community.