To Be, Rather Than to Seem

Class of 2023

Welcome to the Academy! This page is just for you. As we move through the enrollment process, check back to find helpful resources and additional information.

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Placement Exam
To Place Higher Than Algebra I or Spanish I
Summer Courses
Registration Due May 1

Other Important Information

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Course selection information and additional paperwork requirements will be emailed on or around April 12.

 

2019-2020 Calendar Frame

Click here for the tentative 2019-2020 planning calendar. It includes the first and last days of school and major breaks. Additional orientations, holidays and work days are forthcoming. Please note freshmen typically attend orientation the two days prior to the first day of school.

2019-2020 Course Guide

Click here for the course guide.

New Student Paperwork

Please submit the following to Lynn Hathaway as soon as possible, but no later than July 15, 2019.

Students will not be permitted to attend school in August until a current Florida Certificate of Immunization and Proof of Medical Examination are received.

New Student Technology

Information on the 2019-2020 technology package will be emailed in April.

Spring Auditions (Cheer, Dance, Music)

Quarter Notes Choral Ensemble

The Quarter Notes will hold auditions by appointment on March 4th, 5th and 6th. Please click here for additional information.

Instrumental Ensembles

Auditions for the String Ensemble, Symphonic Ensemble and Percussion Ensemble will take place Saturday, March 30th, from 12:00-2:00 p.m. following the placement exam. Those students taking the make-up placement exam on Tuesday, April 2nd, may audition from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Please click here for additional information.


 

Jaguarettes Dance Team

April 8 (6:00 p.m.): Parent informational meeting in the gym team room

April 23-26 (4:00-6:00 p.m.): Tryouts in the gym 

Please click here for additional information. Contact head coach Olivia Martinez with any questions.

Jesuit Cheerleading

Information on cheerleading tryouts is forthcoming.

Prior to the beginning of athletics practice and tryouts, the Athletics Office must have completed EL2 and EL3 forms on file. Forms may be turned in to either the head coach prior to or on the date of the first scheduled practice or tryout. Without the completed forms, the student is not allowed to participate.

Student Health Forms

Uniforms

Regular Day Uniform
  • Navy blue skort, shorts or slacks embroidered with AHN
  • Blue polo shirt with AHN emblem
  • Dark penny loafers or tan boat shoes with white ankle-length socks
Mass Uniform
  • White button-down blouse with AHN emblem and yellow Mass sweater with AHN emblem with navy skort
  • Dark penny loafers or tan boat shoes with white ankle-length socks
APPROVED OUTERWEAR
  • Navy AHN sweatshirts sold by Student Council (available at Freshman Welcome Night)
  • Yellow Mass sweater
  • Letter jackets or sweaters (worn by those who earned and purchased them)
  • Approved navy, white, or gray athletic team sweatshirts

The clothing items mentioned above may be purchased at Risse Brothers School Uniforms or via the Mothers Association Clothes Closet, which sells gently used uniforms. If you have questions or concerns about the uniform, please contact Assistant Principal Erin Krukar or Risse Brothers Uniforms at 813-282-8338.