Coxsackie-Athens High School
 
Preparing Today's Youth for Tomorrow's Possibilities

Coxsackie-Athens High School, with just over 450 students and 50 faculty and staff, is located approximately half an hour south of the city of Albany. Our small school atmosphere, quickly developing 21st century technological platform, and wide variety of unique programs merge to provide each of our students with a highly relevant and personalized learning experience aimed at preparing them to be  career and college ready within the context of TODAY’S world!

As we open the 2014-2015 school year, students have the opportunity to take advantage of over 30 college-credit bearing courses.  The incoming ninth grade is the first to work within a pilot “pathways” model, including one-to-one iPads and an interdisciplinary grade-level teamed approach, making instruction more student-centered, connected to the real world, and hands-on.  All students have access to “Power Lunches” with professionals from a variety of fields. Program opportunities have been greatly expanded via two Distance Learning labs, allowing students access to nearly a dozen new courses, including Mandarin Chinese and American Sign Language.  Our Math program starts this year with all required courses in the Advanced Regents sequence having extended instructional time.  Students who are struggling engage in extra help “labs” which are taught by a content-certified teacher.

At Coxsackie-Athens High School our mission is to prepare “today’s youth for tomorrow’s possibilities.”  Our goal is to make sure that each young person in our school has access to rigorous programs, as well as opportunities to explore the real world connections that make instruction relevant and engaging.   There are many new and innovative initiatives on the horizon.  We encourage you to join us in this important work.   Please feel free to contact us at any time. 

Heath C. Hanley
Building Principal
hanleyh@coxsackie-athens.org

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  • Are you still interested in treveling to Japan but you main concern is you just can't afford it?  Mr. Roberg will be holding a meeting in his room Thursday during 9th period where he will dicuss fundraising options.  Come and take a hard look at what the financial aid options are and what you could do to afford the trip with a little hard work and help from friends and family.  If you can't make it for any reason but are interested, see Mr. Roberg by the end of the week.    
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  • Attention Seniors:  The Josten's representative for your graduation cap & gown orders will be in the cafeteria during lunches on Thursday December 18th.  Payments for cap & gown are due at this time.  please stop in to room 268 for any additional information or order forms.  Also, please check the Bulletin Board outside Student Services for Scholarships.  Christmas Break will be a good time to work on these. 
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  • Bailey Wind was just 17 years old when she was involved in a horrific car accident on the Northway in December of 2012.  The accident claimed the life of her boyfriend Christopher Stewart and her friend Deanna Rivers, and seriously injured her friend Matt Hardy,  It left Bailey seriously injured and emotionally devestated, but it also left her with desire to share her story.  Bailey will be CA for a school-wide assembly on Monday, December 22nd to speak about how YOUR bad choices could impact other people and she will share how someone else's bad choices affected her.  Listen for more details or see Mrs. Weinstein or Mrs. Roberg.
     
     
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  • The CA Varsity Golf Team will have a very brief meeting in Coach Roberg's room Thursday, December 18th.  All players from this past season should attend.
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  • PSAT Scores are available in Student Services for those students who took the test in October.  Please come during your Study Halls or at theend of the day.

    Attention Seniors that had an appointment for the HVCC Instant Admit on Tuesday:  The day has been changed to December 18th.  You will keep the same time that you had been given before. 
     
    Attention Students who are Members of SEFCU:  There are scholarships available to you.  Come down to the Counseling Office and find out how you can apply! 
     
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