School News

AHS Bell and Lunch Schedule:

Here is the bell schedule and lunch assignments for the 2014-15 school year at Amelia High School.  Look forward to a great school year!

Freshman Orientation Powerpoint:

Parents and Freshmen,

I have uploaded information from Freshmen Orientation.  If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.  Looking forward to a WONDERFUL school year!

Mrs. Walker



AHS Meet the Team Night:

What a great night celebrating Amelia High School's athletes. Thanks to all for making the night a success. Go Barons!

News and Updates from Amelia High School

Click on the following link for weekly updates regarding the following topics:

  • Communication, Amelia Style
  • WC Transportation Survey
  • Schedule Pick-up and Freshman Orientation
  • Calendar of Events

If you have questions or concerns, feel free to contact me at


Safe Schools; ALiCE Training

“Schools are some of the safest places for our children because most schools practice evacuation drills for fires and protective measures for tornadoes,” said West Clermont School District Superintendent Keith Kline. “However, just like practicing monthly fire drills, it’s important that staff knows how to respond in the very unlikely event of an armed intruder,” he added. 


AHS Parent Survey for Incoming Principal Walker:

In order to best meet the needs of our school community, I am asking for your feedback regarding the strengths and weaknesses of Amelia High School.  It is important to me that your thoughts and concerns are heard and considered as I begin to plan for the 2014-2015 academic school year.


Please take a moment to click on the following link for a short survey.

Click on the following link to read Mrs. Walker's welcome letter.

Summer Assignments for 2014-2015

Amelia High School summer assignments for honors, AP courses, and IB classes are available.  Please check the website for updates if your class is not listed.

2014-15 Pay to Participate Fees

Friendly reminder:
Pay to Participate Fees are now $250 per athlete. Athletes playing in two or more sports will not pay more that $500 annually. There is no family cap.

This reduction was made possible because of the $3 million realized from salary and benefit concessions made by employees, districtwide cost-containment, and a small increase in state funding. See RESOLUTION 14-37 – CHANGE 2014-2015 PAY TO PARTICIPATE FEE.

Upcoming Events

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