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Principal:
Dr. Thomas Whittle

Asst. Principal:
Dorothy king
Phone: 1 (787) 707-2301
Fax: 1 (787) 707-2017
Mailing Address
Antilles High School
1062 Victory Drive
Fort Buchanan
PR 00934-4600

News and Announcements

Immunization requirements for SY14-15


In the coming school year of 2014-2015, we expect to add more Advance Placement Courses, career pathways, and more opportunities for students to participate in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics courses (STEM). Download Parent Letter


School Hours

Office: 6:30 am - 3:30 pm
Students: 7:45 am - 2:15 pm

2013-2014 Puerto Rico School Calendar

Spring Sports Schedule: download here
Important Dates
February 12 - NHS Applications available for 10th/11th grades
February 20 - School Board@AHS 10:00AM
February 17 -President's Day No School

February 24-28 - TerraNova Assessment 9th grade only

March 8 - SAT Tests
March 12 - Early Release Day
March 20 - End of Grading Period,
March 21 Teacher Work Day No School
March 26 - NHS Spring Induction
April 14-18 Spring Recess No School
April 24 - School Board@AES 10:00AM
April 29 - Parent Conferences
May 3 - SAT Tests
May 5-May 16 - AP Exams
May 27 - Memorial Day No School
May 30 - Last Day of School for Students
May 31 - Graduation@Bellas Artes dre in Guaynabo 3:30 PM
June 3- Last Day for Teachers
June 7 - SAT Tests

Antilles HS SY 2014-15 Program of Studies

Antilles HS proudly presents our Program of Studies for the 2014-15 school year. Our comprehensive curriculum provides a unique opportunity for an individualized high school experience for each and every student in a setting which emphasizes high expectations, the use of technology as a tool for high-level thinking and an increase in the academic core subjects of Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and Foreign Language. Course Selection forms for each grade can be downloaded with the links below.

Freshman Course Selection Form Sophomore Course Selection Form Junior Course Selection Form Senior Course Selection Form

DoDEA's Common Core State Standards

The common core state standards are researched-based, rigorous, relevant to the real world, and reflect the knowledge and skills that DoDEA's students need for success in college and careers. Read More...

commoncore


CONUS Education Options Assessment (CEOA) information:  http://www.dodea.edu/CEOA/index.cfm.


Information Centers - HS Library - DoDEA


Tardiness

Once the bell rings marking the first period of the day (7:40 am), any student who arrives after that point must report to the office with a written excuse from home, otherwise, it will be counted as an unexcused absence. Between classes, students have passing time to go from one class to the next.  If a student is not inside the classroom when the bell marking the beginning of the period rings, he or she is late.  Teachers will address tardiness in the classroom on a case-by-case basis.  In cases of chronic tardiness the teachers will notify the parents and refer to the Administration for disciplinary action. After lunch, tardies are subject to administrative action which include, but not be limited to detention or chronic cases suspension.


Whittle Named Antilles High School Principal
July 16, 2013

Whittle

Dr. Elizabeth Middlemiss, Interim Director for the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS) and Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS)-Cuba, announced today that Dr. Thomas Whittle has been named principal of Antilles High School, at Fort Buchanan, Puerto Rico. Originally from Mecklenburg, Va., Dr. Whittle most recently served as a mentoring principal, a position he held at eight high schools within the Washington, D.C. public school system, including a stint from 2006-2009.   From 2010 to 2012 he was principal of H.D. Woodson High School, Washington D.C. “Dr. Thomas Whittle has a combination of school leadership, classroom experience and a military career that is successful as well as unique,” said Mr. Michael Gould, New York/Virginia/Puerto Rico District Superintendent.
Read More Here.


SY 2013-14 Supply List

School SRI Testing
Student SRI Testing

SAM for Educators

STAMP Test


Continuous School Improvement


Mission Statement
:
Educate, Engage, and Empower Each student to succeed in a dynamic world.

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Vision Statement:
Antilles High School is Committed to an Education that Ensures SUCCESS for All Students.
 
Goal I:  By 2013 Antilles High School will increase the percentage of students scoring "at or above standard" by 5% over percent of students scoring  "at or above standard" in the 2011-2012 school year in critical reading as measured by selected system-wide and local assessments. 

 

Intervention: Vocabulary as an Element of Close Reading


Goal 2: By 2013 Antilles High School will increase the percentage of students scoring "at or above standard" by 5% over the percent of students scoring  "at or above standard" in the 2011-2012 school year in written communication skills as measured by selected system-wide and local assessments.

 

Intervention: 6+1 Traits of Writing


DoDEA Schools to Adopt Common Core State Standards

 

Adopting the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) will benefit DoDEA's highly mobile
student population which moves requently between public schools and DoDEA
schools. Learn more in the DoDEA press release.


DoDEA School Talk

 

 

School Talk is a monthly forum for the community of the Department of Defense Education Activity, your chance to interact directly with DoDEA's leaders as they discuss topics related to educating the children of Americas service members.

 


 

School attendance is important and in order to receive the best education, students need to Be Here!

 
DoDEA is implementing a system-wide attendance policy for students.  Visit the
attendance section of the DoDEA website
for policy highlights.
 
Advanced Placement Scores for Students  
AP Scores  

 

 

 

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