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Start your Christmas shopping with a visit to the holiday pop-up store. A variety of spirit items are available for a limited time; orders must be placed online by Friday, December 4. These exclusive items are available for pre-order and will be ready for pick-up prior to Christmas break.

Tennis coach Judith Hehs was honored by the Michigan High School Coaches Association on November 8 as the 2015 Coach of the Year in Girls Tennis. With this award came the announcement of the nomination for the National High School Athletic Coaches Association National Coach of the Year and the National Federation Coaches Association National Coach of the Year Awards. The sectional winners, finalists and national Coach of the Year honorees will be announced later this year. Congratulations! 

On Saturday, November 7, Emily Cochran Jakacki'02 was inducted into the Michigan Chapter of the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Emily was a four-year starter on the ASH varsity lacrosse team and was recruited to play lacrosse at the University of Pennsylvania. Read more on the ASH Alums Facebook page.

Our students learn to love and love to learn. We believe in a values-based education that prepares our students for professional success, but never at the expense of personal growth. Learn more about the #ASHDifference on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
  • November 2015
    • FriNov27 ECP All Classrooms closed
    • FriNov27 Thanksgiving Holiday - No Classes-Infant to Gr. 12/Building Closed-No Activities
    • SunNov29 McCormick Basketball 11:30 AM to 7:00 PMField House, Dritsas Gym
    • MonNov30 Classes Resume
    • MonNov30 All-School Advent Prayer Service 9:30 AMChapel
What's the ASH Difference?
ASH students perform more than
300 hours of community service
each week.
ASH students enjoy a
low student-to-teacher ratio
of 12:1 on average.
Recent graduates averaged
+$120,000 each
in college scholarship offers.