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Here at Arabia we are raising academically motivated students. Parents please speak with your children about doing their very best each and every day. Students need to make sure that they are dressed in full uniform, electronic devices are put away, and that they are making positive decisions throughout the school day. Congratulations to Mr. Fabian Bowman for receiving the Northrop Grumman Grant. The $2,000.00 received will be used to enhance classroom instruction in Engineering. Way to go Rams!! The 13.5 Week Progress Reports will be issued on December 2nd. Advanced Placement Night will take place on December 3rd and will begin at 6:00. Final exams will be administered December 18th, 19th, and 20th. Report cards will be distributed on January 17, 2020. If you have any questions be sure to contact us at 678-875-3602 or visit our website. Thank you for your continued support.


Warm regards,

The Arabia Mountain High School Faculty and Staff

 AMHS Week at a Glance 11-18 - 11-23 1.doc

2019-2020 School Choice
School Choice Expo
School Climate Surveys
School Lunch Menus
Parent Right To Know Letter
Fine Arts Winter Show
Environmental Education Alliance for Adults
CCRPI Parent Letter
2019 Title I Arabia Mountain Parent Involvement Survey
AMHS 2019-2020 Yearbook
AMHS 2019-2020 Yearbooks are on sale! Information for ordering and info for Senior Ads are right here on our website. Please click here to order your yearbook. Please click here for Senior Ads. 

AMHS Good News!

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Science Bowl & Science Fair 2019

Science Bowl 2019

During the National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineer's 46th annual conference, November 17-21, 2019, 5 students participated in the STEM weekend science fair/science bowl competition. The AMHS Rams team won second place and a trophy after several rounds of intensive competition.

Science Fair 2019

Danait Issac competed in the Senior Division Science Fair. Although she did not place in the top three, her project was highly rated.

Team composition for the Science Bowl is as follows:

Camille Chatman, Danait Issac, Daleiah Moniz, Ofuan Oyakhire, and Tyler Wilkerson

Congratulations to these students for their hard work in preparing for this competition and for an amazing performance and conduct during this three-day event.

In addition, Dr. Okoh acknowledges the financial support from the National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) and the parents of the participating students.


Our very own SkillsUSA Chapter won first place in the T-Shirt Design competition at the SkillsUSA Champions Rally in Perry, Georgia on October 4, 2019.  Big congratulations  to Kaleb Monsanto who created the design for the t-shirt.  Way to go RAMS!!! 
2019-2020 National Reflections Program
The PTSA would like to thank all of the students who participated in the 2019-2020 National Reflections Program. The following students won first or second place in their categories and will advance to compete at the District Level.

Literature - Jayde Spann 1st place, Sharelle Lord 2nd place

Visual Arts - Carlynn Andrews 1st place, Miles Mallory 2nd place

Photography - Miles Mallory 1st place, Jalen Hawkins 2nd place

Congratulations to all of the students!!

Professional Learning & Outside Classroom
On Tuesday, Nov. 5th, teachers were engaged in Professional Learning opportunities throughout the day. These included a tour of the greenhouse and surrounding areas of the outdoor classroom. Ms. Mason, Ms. Davis, and Ranger Rob addressed the staff, encouraging everyone to bring their students outside to use the environmental resources available here on campus and those at the Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve.
Congrats, Mr. Bowman!
Congratulations, Mr. Bowman for receiving the Northrop Grumman Grant of $2,000 for funding Energy Pathway - Alternative Energy! Great job! 
Georgia TSA Week
The students had a blast kicking off GA TSA week in Perry, GA.   Arabia TSA placed 9th in the State for Poster Design at the Georgia National Fair TSA Tech Day on October 7, 2019!   At Tech Day, students had the opportunity to compete in various competitions to win Fair Award Ribbons and cash awards for themselves and their chapter. This GATSA rally helped get students pumped up and ready to compete in GA TSA contests throughout the year.  In addition, attendees had the opportunity to purchase discounted, all-day ride passes to enjoy the fair.  Click the link to see more pictures and videos of the event :

E.A.R.T.H. Club Volunteers
October 12, 2019, was E.A.R.T.H. Club's first official volunteer outing. We learned about invasive species specifically that of Privot, which is non-native to Georgia which we helped remove to not only make room for other species but help the visibility of the Davidson-Arabia Nature Preserve's parking lot for visitors as well! Afterwards, we helped remove weeds that sprouted after a tree fell behind their main building, and helped cover the area in woodchips. It required much shoveling, guidance and lots of teamwork! Not only did we have fun, we finished off with refreshments provided by the officers and parent volunteers. To all those who came out to help, E.A.R.T.H. Club member, or not, parents, and our former L.E.A.F Coordinator LA, we thank you so much on behalf of all of E.A.R.T.H. club! If you are interested in joining E.A.R.T.H. Club, join our Remind @ggk3d9. 
TSA Visits Narvie J. Harris
Our TSA students partnered with the Narvie J Harris Math Carnival on October 17th, and they had a ball.  The elementary students loved our students helping them to solve math facts and earn prizes.  Kudos to Dr. Janina Graham, Narvie Harris Elementary Math Coach, for putting this awesome event together!
District Events
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Upcoming Events
Spirit Wear Dress Down Day
Fri Nov 22 2019
JV and Varsity Wrestling
Sat Nov 23 2019
Mon Nov 25 2019
to Fri Nov 29 2019

AP/MOWR Informational Night
Tue Nov 26 2019
Quick Links
Policies and procedures specific to Arabia Mountain High School
Lists A & B weeks for the entire school year.
Bell Schedules for both A & B Weeks
Info about School Uniforms and the AMHS dress code
This letter explains parents' rights to know the professional qualifications of classroom teachers as directed by the ESEA.
Code of Student Conduct: Student Rights and Responsibilities and Character Development Handbook
AMHS photos: Rams On the Move!
Click Here to visit the AMHS PTSA website! 
The Arabia Mountain High School WebStore is open for business! This online store allows parents and their students to easily and securely purchase school items online such as class fees, club dues, field trips, yearbooks, etc. Click Here to access the Webstore! 
                                         Please click here to find out the standard operating procedures for Digital Dreamers  
Welcome to the Arabia Mountain's 
Work-Based Learning Program 
After School Loitering Policy
All students who are not participating in school-sponsored activities must vacate the building and leave the premises no later than 4:00pm daily. This is in accordance with state law and the DeKalb County Student Code of Conduct.  Click Here to download the 2018-2019 letter from Dr. Swanson to all AMHS parents explaining this policy in detail. 
Infinite Campus Info
Infinite Campus Parent and Student portals are available to you! Please Click Here to  visit the DSCD Campus Portal webpage for more information or contact Ms. Ellis in the Arabia Mountain High School front office.
District 5 School Board Representative
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School Board Representative
Vickie B. Turner is an educator with over 24 years of experience and is a 20+ year DeKalb County resident. She is co-pastor of Augustine Chapel with her husband. Turner has a Masters of Education from Troy State University and a Bachelors of Science from Bowling Green State University. She currently oversees the day-to-day operations of The Augustine Preparatory Academy of Atlanta (TAPAA) which was formed from Cathedral Academy (est. 1984).  
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