School News

Pink Day sponsored this year by AHS Student Council

1 in 8 Women will face a diagnosis of Breast Cancer and Every 13 minutes a Woman dies of Breast Cancer.


Today at AHS we are celebrating survival with our annual Pink Day sponsored this year by AHS Student Council. We are also letting people know that Every 13 minutes a woman dies of breast cancer with visits by the Pink Reaper, but a Pink Fairy accompanies her to remind everyone to do a monthly self-exam and get a mammogram over 40!

What's Alice Parent Information Night:

The West Clermont School District’s safety committee made up of district administrators, ALiCE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate) trainers, and local law enforcement representatives from Union Township, and the Clermont County Sheriff's Office, are holding a “What's ALiCE," presentation for parents, on Wednesday, November 19, 6:30 PM  in the Township Hall, UT Civic Center, 4350 Aicholtz Rd. 

“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 to know how to respond in the very unlikely event of an armed intruder,” he added. “Schools are required to have practice drills throughout the school year,“ Kline stated. Students will be introduced to ALiCE prior to the drills. 

“We are in the process of updating our Emergency Operations Plan. The updated plan will put us in alignment with the Ohio Attorney Generals recommended plan that was developed in partnership with 38 stakeholders and leading school safety experts." WCSD Director of Operations Ed Dyer commented.

ALiCE is supported by more than 700 law enforcement agencies around the country and complies with the new standard of care recently developed by the Federal Department of Education, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).


Grade 8-11 School Course Survey:

AHS Students,

The West Clermont School District is exploring new course options starting the 2015-16 school year.  In order to gauge student interest, we would like for you to participate in a survey of possible courses.

Thanks for your help,

Mrs. Walker

Harold A. Meyer & Respect the Game Challenge Awards:

I am excited to announce that Amelia High School has been selected for the Harold A. Meyer & Respect the Game Challenge Awards.  Amelia is one of a few schools to receive this prestigious recognition in honor of Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity. Very proud to be a Baron!

Trick or Treat so Kids Can Eat...

AHS Drama & Student Council are asking for HELP. Trick or Treat so Kids Can Eat...  "Because hunger is a very scary thing!"

Baron Bits: Week of October 27th:

Click the following link for this week's edition of Baron Bits.  As always, feel free to contact me at with questions or concerns.

Go Barons!

Amelia High School Athletic Booster Craft Show:

The Amelia High School Athletic Boosters Craft Show has been a tremendously successful fundraiser for the Boosters with continuous growth each year. With over 140 vendors, there is always something for the serious show shopper. 

This year’s show will take place on Saturday, November 29, 2014 with the doors opening to the public at 9:30 am and will go until 4:00 pm. 

As always, we are asking for donations for the raffle, so if you have something you would like to donate, please let us know on the enclosed application. You can email us with questions at 

Click on the link for the application for vendors.


AHS Science Challenge Teams:

Congratulations to the Amelia High School Science Challenge Teams!  Click on the link for the students who earned medals for placing in the Top 3 in their grade level competitions.


Amelia High School BPA members running for state officer positions. Proud to have these students representing AHS!

Amelia Marching Band News:

On Saturday, October 18, the Amelia Marching Band represented West Clermont Schools in the Cedar Point Music in the Parks Festival. Congratulations to the marching band for their outstanding performance this weekend!

Science Fun in Mrs. Shurts Biology Class:

Diffusion and osmosis lab in Mrs. Shurts sophomore biology class. Great photos!

AHS Mentors Visit AMS:

Several AHS students spent the morning at Amelia Middle School in order to discuss life as a high schooler with 7th grade students. AHS students focused upon topics such as what to expect in high school, how to balance school/extra-curricu...lars, reflecting on past work habits and motivation. The hope is that it sends a positive message to help middle school students understand what it takes as they move through middle school and into high school. Working to start positive school habits early on the Amelia campus.

Baron Bits: Week of October 20th:

Click below for this week's edition of Baron Bits.  As always, feel free to contact me at with questions or concerns.

Have a great week!   ~Mrs. Walker

Amelia Ambassadors:

Junior and senior student ambassadors met with health classes Monday. The ambassadors led the classes in an icebreaker, shared the top ten things they wish they new as a freshmen, and answered discussion questions. The student ambassadors' goal is to make freshmen feel welcome and help foster a culture of respect and pride for Amelia Barons.


Future Leaders... Anthony Munoz Leadership Conference:

Amelia High School students spent the day at the Anthony Munoz Leadership Conference.  The Anthony Muñoz Foundation educates, promotes, recognizes and rewards Tri-State youth who excel in all phases of life.   It was great to have several students in attendance in order to represent Amelia High School.

8th Annual AHS Freshmen Regatta:

Students designed & built a cardboard boat that raced in the 8th Annual Freshmen Regatta Project. Boats were judged on appearance, seaworthiness & performance. What a great activity!

AHS Homecoming Court 2014:

SBAAC Golf and Girls Tennis All-Stars:

SBAAC girls tennis and golf all-stars.  Congrats to our Amelia athletes.

School Counselor's Corner:

Ms. Pierson, AHS Freshmen Counselor's newsletter. If you have questions, contact her at

AHS Spirit Week:

Power Puff Football Activities:

Thanks to all that made the AHS Power Puff football event a success. Congrats to our Junior class who were the 2014 champions!  Did I mention that the AHS staff won as well?  :-)  

AHS Tennis:

Congrats to AHS tennis for an exciting 3-2 win over Glen Este. Proud to be an Amelia Baron!

Amelia High School Business Management Program and BPA Officer Induction Ceremony:

Amelia High School Business Professionals of America held our officer induction ceremony on September 16. The 2014-2015 chapter officers are Beth Dollenmayer—President, Caroline Moreno—Vice President, Maddie Boyd—Secretary, Cody Jandes—Treasurer, Samantha Wesley—Historian, Alex White—Parliamentarian, and Isabelle St. Pierre—Reporter, Russell Lehn—Senior Representative, Jacob Hicks—Junior Representatives and Kasey Broughton and Emily Moreno—Sophomore Representatives.  We look forward to a productive year for the Amelia chapter of BPA!

The mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills.  Students participate in BPA to improve their leadership, technology and professional skills.  In January, the students will be competing in regional contests that could lead them to state and national competitions.

The Business Management Program at Amelia High School is always in need of community and business members to participate in our club activities and Business Advisory Council.  If interested please contact the Business Management teacher/BPA advisor Becky Landen at 513-947-7460 or

Picture—2014-2015 BPA Officers Amelia High School

Study Tables are now available Monday-Thursday in AHS Cafeteria:

AHS and AMS are partnering to offer general study assistance with homework for high school and middle school students beginning this week, Mon-Thursday afterschool 2:30-3:30 in the AHS Cafe! 

Students can stop in for general help, organizational help, study skills, etc. Subject Area Experts will be available to assist students as follows:

  • Monday is Math Support Day
  • Tuesday is Science Support Day
  • Wednesday is Language Arts Support Day
  • Thursday is Social Studies Support Day

Feel free to stop in and take advantage of this new opportunity.  

Amelia High School Cross Country:

Another great day of cross country. Our runners continue to improve. Lots of PR performances at today's meet at New Richmond. Always enjoy supporting our AHS runners. Go Barons!

September 20th:National Thank a Police Officer Day:

Did you know that September 20th is National Thank a Police Officer Day?

Just wanted to take a moment to thank Deputy Patton for all that he does for the Amelia Campus each day. We are so very lucky to have him as a part of our Amelia family.

Thank you Sir, we appreciate you!

Honda-OSU Medal Award: Carter Hounshell:

Congrats to Carter Hounshell for receiving the Honda-OSU Medal Award for the Class of 2015.  Carter was nominated as AHS's best math student based upon academic performance in mathematics through the end of his junior year.  Congrats! 

Amelia High School Rhythm in Blue:

Congratulations to the Amelia High School Rhythm in Blue for an outstanding performance at the Wayne Halftime USA Band Festival. Here is a picture of our seniors accepting the award!

Battlebots kicks off at Amelia!

On August 28th, nearly 30 students assembled after school to kick off the 2014-2015 Amelia Baronbots season.  Many of these students will be competing in the Xtremebots competition at Wright State’s Nutter Center on Saturday, November 22nd.

The Xtremebots league is based upon a fifteen pound weight limit, testing the students’ abilities to create a competitive unit in a small package.  The judges score the matches against other schools based upon (1) driving skills, (2) aggressiveness, and (3) damage to the other battlebot.  Perhaps an entry named “Bot Droppings” says it all!  The double elimination matches last all day and end with a grand champion.

Amelia Baronbots is open to all Amelia students after school, meeting in Mr. Paul’s Project Lead the Way Engineering Lab.


Yearbooks are on sale at Amelia High School!

  • Now through November 27 - $65
  • November 28 through December 23 - $75
  • December 24 through January 14 - $85


To order your yearbook go to and use code 13603.  You can also place your order by phone at 1.866.287.3096 using code 13603, or send your child in with payment and a completed order form.

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