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2018/2019 Clubs

Clubs Meet @ Lunch
Unless Otherwise Noted


3D Printing-E100
Model United Nations-C102

Helping Hands- D-107 (first Monday of the month

Inter-Faith Club- D-202

Let Girls Learn- C-101


Cyber Patriot-Online
Girl Up-E204
Music-F200 (3-4p 1xMonth)
Red Cross-G103


 Board & Card Club E-100

K-Pop- E-108


Anime Club-D200 
Mock Trial-T100 (6-830p)

Roller Club- I-104 (1:00 PM)

Board & Card Club
Stop The Violence-E100
Viajeros Del Pacifico-I103

D&D Club- @ 2:50 in C-105

K-Pop- E-108

Medical Volunteer & Prep-G-103

Speech & Debate- E-105


Movie Review-E104
(Every Other Friday)


Bring Change to Mind E-107

Bullet Journal & Planning D-206

College Club/MSA- College & Career Center

SPCA- D105

Spikeball Club- E-202


Mountain Bike Club
10am Epicenter Cyclery

Drama & Theater Daily
During 7th Period-T100

Don't see an interesting club?
Visit ASB E-103
To Grab A Charter.


tuesday, november 12th

Are you aware DETENTION is held on
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 3:00 - 4:00 pm
Wednesdays from 1:00 - 2:00 pm. 
There is no detention on Fridays.

REMINDER TO ALL MARINERS...All absences must be cleared within 72 hours.  Any absences not cleared by then will result in a unexcused absence.

  • Congratulations to the following students for receiving this week's Mariner Moment Awards.  Ms. Silver honored Merla Tobias for aspiring higher and leading by example. Ms. Notari honored  Levi Slay for aspiring higher and leading by example. Also, Ms. Notari honored Madison Zavalla-Carillo and Stacy Lu for aspiring higher, and she honored Isabella Cassero, Chelsea Avalos-Salazar, and Holden Eldredge for leading by example.   Ms. Emanuel honored Francesca Goyette and Oscar Cisneros for leading by example. And, last but not least, Mr. Demuth honored Nathan Hudson, Jacob Pinpin, Gino Fanucchi for leading by example. Way to SAIL Mariners!
  • There will be a Saturday Academy held this Saturday, November 16th, from 9 am - 1 pm.  There is a new process for attending Saturday Academy. Please go to the Aptos High School Website to sign-up to attend.
  • Seniors! There will be one last opportunity to have your senior portrait taken. The Van Zantes will be on campus tomorrow November 13th from 2:00 - 4:00 pm . They will be in the Oak Grove up behind the football stadium, to the right of the road. Look for the sign. To schedule an appointment, go to
  • Club Carnival is this Friday Nov 15! Get your club ready to recruit more members and raise some funds! Please come to the ASB room E-103 for a participation form.
  • A Fairytale Ball is coming up on February 1st at the Hilton in Scotts Valley. Tickets will go on sale TODAY in ASB in a Box at lunch and every day until the holiday break. Prices start at $35/ person and $60/couple. Prices go up every week so get them early!
  • Senior Sunrise is finally here! Come to the Main quad this Saturday Nov 16 at 9AM to paint the Senior Steps. Go Class of 2020!
  • Empty Bowls Second Harvest Fundraiser is next Tuesday November 19 from 6-730 in the AHS cafeteria. For $20, you can get a bowl made by a ceramics student and have some soup prepared by our culinary arts students. All money raised goes to Second Harvest Foodbank.
  • All dream volunteer club members please come to E-101 at the beginning of lunch for an important meeting.
  • Track & Field starts in 84 days. Are you ready!
  • Girls volleyball traveled to Palo Alto over the weekend and lost a heart breaker to Burlingame in the CCS Finals...Because of their strong showing, the girls qualified for Nor Cals and will be hosting the first round of the state tournament tonight here at home!!! ...The Mariners will be taking on Union Mine HS from El Dorado, CA...Let's pack the gym again and support the girls!
  • Aptos Pride was in full effect last Friday night at the football game vs Salinas! Thousands of fans showed up for senior night and it was a great game...The boys lost a tough one,  but showed toughness in their comeback....Because of their success in the regular season, footbal qualified for CCS...The football team will be hosting a first round home game this Friday against San Benito at 7 PM! Let's pack the stands once again and cheer on the boys!
  • Tennis competed yesterday in the CCS team competition.  The girls competed very hard considering the adversity they faced from their opponents...We are very proud of the way they represented our school...Lila and Rebecca Sampson also qualified for CCS tennis doubles! They will play their match next Tuesday November 19th...
  • And finally,  Cross Country will compete for another CCS after winning their 15th league championship in 18 years. They will race Saturday in Carlmont...




  • Need community service hours? Come to D-105 for Interact Club on Mondays at lunch, we have lots of community service opportunities and free snacks.

  • Want to help clean up your local environment? Join the Surfrider club, meetings are held on Mondays at lunch in Mr. Hueth's room D-107. Come help us beatify our community and get community service hours!

                                JOB OPPORTUNITIES



ATHLETICS NOTES Join a Team and Make New Friends

Sports forms are available online or in the front office during summer.

Important senior Information


New Counseling Staff from PVPSA!

CONGRATULATIONS Mariner Pride Winners


  • DRIVING & PARKING ON CAMPUS ALERT....... TICKETING IS IN EFFECT... Vehicles not adhering to all parking and driving regulations are subject to ticketing or towing!
  • ABSENCES MUST BE CLEARED WITHIN 72 HOURS, 5 unexcused absences equals 1 Saturday School. Be sure to check your attendance on a regular basis, if you have 5 or more unexcused absences just attend a Saturday School and sign in. Students are responsible for keeping track of their attendance.

Up Coming Mariner Events


Super Saturday School


May , 9am-1pm

Parking on Campus Policy


Ticketing for illegal parking is in effect.  Remember that  PARKING ON CAMPUS  IS A PRIVILEGE...NOT A RIGHT.  

PARKING PERMIT is required to park on campus. 


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Anonymous Reporting & Non-Discrimination


As members of the Aptos High School Community, it is OUR RESPONSIBILITY TO DEVELOP A POSITIVE SCHOOL CLIMATE that promotes respect for diversity, effective interpersonal and communication skills, self-esteem, conflict resolution, and personal as well as social responsibility  and well-being, and we take this charge seriously.

To support our efforts, we are asking that if you are aware of or witness any act of violence, bullying, harassment, or substance abuse on our campus or at any AHS sponsored event, please...

  1. Contact an administrator, staff member, coach or trusted adult.
  2. If you do not want to make a statement in person, then we ask that you please use the WE-TIP hotline (1-800-78-CRIME)  to provide information to AHS staff  and administration anonymously!

We need your support to create the safe and effective educational environment that we all deserve.