Antelope Valley School District


PHS Boys Varsity Soccer Advance in CIF Finals

The Palmdale High School Falcons Boys Varsity Soccer Team advanced to the next round of the CIF finals when they defeated Wilson High School 4-2. The team will travel to La Cañada High School Friday, Feb. 14th to face La Cañada in the second round of the CIF Division 5 Championship. The La Cañada Spartans, #1 Rio Hondo League,  vs the Palmdale Falcons, #1 Golden League, should make for a very exciting game.

Congratulations Boys Varsity Soccer! Good luck boys!

PHS Boys Varsity Soccer Team

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Help Support and Comfort the Patients of the Forensic Department at Antelope Valley Hospital!!!

Every day, people within our community suffer from traumatic events. The Antelope Valley Hospital Forensic Services Unit (FSU) is a hospital-based program designed to meet the individual needs of patients and their families after reporting assault. The FSU’s mission is to Provide Compassionate, Confidential and Specialized forensic medical care to victims involved in sexual assault, domestic violence, child and elder abuse/neglect, and other traumatic incidents. You can be part of this process of Care by helping the department with some of its needs to help keep it running while spreading Hope and Awareness one Donation at a time.

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What Food Items Can You Donate?

What Non-Food Items Can You Donate?

ANY Individually Packaged Foods/Drinks

  • Water Bottles
  • Juice Boxes
  • Fruit Cups
  • Granola Bars
  • Ramen Noodle Cups
  • Fruit Snacks
  • Rice Krispies
  • Cereal Bars
  • Jello Cups.

ALL Sizes are Accepted Adult / Child

  • Sweatpants (Can be used)
  • Sweaters (Can be used)
  • Underwear (NEW)
  • Toys: Teddy Bears/Dolls (NEW)
  • Crayons & Coloring Books (NEW)



205 - Mrs. Dean   403 - Mrs. Smith   410 - Mrs. Santana
351 - Mr. Hirst      383 - Mrs. Hefter   Choir Room 801 - Mr. McCullough,

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Girl on tablet with The 1 Million Project Foundation logo

Want to Excel in School?

Receive a Free Mobile Device and 24/7 Internet Access
from the 1Million Project!

Internet Access + Hard Work = Great Grades & Brighter Futures

With your device and high-speed wireless Internet connectivity, you can:

  • Do research for your school papers and projects
  • Watch teacher-assigned videos
  • Learn how to complete a complicated math problem online
  • Submit homework online
  • Communicate with your teachers
  • Practice for SAT on Khan Academy's website
  • Gain the digital skills needed for today's job

Eligible Students Receive:

  • A FREE hotspot device (device type depends on your school)
  • 3GB per month of free high-speed wireless data
  • Free hotspot capability on all devices
  • Wireless service for up to four years while still in a participating high school

To learn more about the 1Million Project and to sign- up at:

Plan: Includes 3GB/mo./line on-network high speed data. After the 3GB data usage limited to 2G speeds until monthly plan cycle ends. High-speed data is access to 3G/4G data. May include unlimited domestic voice, text messages, subject to device capability. Excludes off-network usage. Optional third-party content/downloads, add'l high-speed data or int'l svcs are available by adding funds to account thru Sprint prepaid refill card at add'l charge. Usage Limitations: Prohibited use limitations and network management rules apply. Program participants data will de-prioritized to other Sprint customers during times and places where the Sprint network is constrained. See for details. Other Terms: May not be combinable with other offers. Offer, terms, restrictions, and options subject to change and may be modified, discontinued, or terminated at any time without notice.Offers/coverage not avail everywhere or for all phones/networks. Visit for info. Restrictions apply. The 1Million Project is a program of the 1Million Project Foundation. For more information on the 1Million Project see All rights reserved.

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AVUHSD Open Enrollment

If you would like to attend a high school within the Antelope Valley Union High School District other than your school of residence, you will need to apply for "Open Enrollment" no later than Friday, March 15, 2019. 

During the last week of February 2019, Open Enrollment application packets for the new 2019-20 school year were mailed to the homes of current eighth grade public school students, returning high school students, and to the principals of charter and private junior high schools. Application packets are also available at all local high schools, in the AVUHSD Student Services office located at 548 W. Lancaster Blvd. in Lancaster, and on the AVUHSD website at .

Open Enrollment applications for the 2019-20 school year must be received by the deadline of Friday, March 15, 2019 in the Student Services office at 548 West Lancaster Boulevard, Suite #102, Lancaster, CA 93534-2571 (note that the office closes at 4:30pm). Applications may be submitted by mail, in person, or by fax to 661-949-6292. They may also be scanned and e-mailed to: According to Board Policy, late applications will not be accepted with the exception of students who have a sibling attending the school requested. However, late applications from students who moved into the area after the deadline may be considered based on available space. Result letters will be mailed in April 2019. 

There will be a limited number of 2019-20 Open Enrollment spaces available at each high school: Antelope Valley, Eastside, Highland, Knight, Lancaster, Littlerock, Palmdale, and Quartz Hill High Schools. These include general Open Enrollment spaces as well as some spaces specific to particular academies: AVHS Engineering/Green Enterprise Academy, EHS Biomedical Sciences Academy, HHS Public Service Academy, KHS Digital Design & Engineering Academy, Lancaster HS Multimedia and Engineering Academy, Littlerock HS Agribusiness Academy, PHS Engineering Academy, and PHS Health Careers Academy. Also, qualified students entering 11th grade may apply for the QHHS International Baccalaureate Diploma Program. Students interested in career academies must also submit a separate academy application through the Academy Coordinator at the requested school. According to California Education Code 35160.5, Open Enrollment approvals will be on a lottery basis (random selection—not first come, first served). In addition to these spaces, all qualified sibling Open Enrollment applications to all schools will be approved.