FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: ACADEMICS & ENROLLMENT
Will Aubrey Rogers High School have clubs and activities?
Aubrey Rogers High School will have many clubs and activities for students to join that will include and not be limited to; National Honor Society, Student Government, We Dine Together, DECA, Drama, FCA, Scholar Bowl, Model UN, Robotics, and many more. A complete list of clubs and activities will be posted to the Aubrey Rogers High School website.
At what grade will my child be able to remain at their current high school?
According to Board Policy (5120.02), rising juniors and seniors are eligible to remain at their existing schools. No transportation will be provided by the District.
Why is the new high school mascot the Patriots and how was it decided?
The school colors and mascot choices needed to be made because of supply chain delays. Feedback was considered from the new high school workgroup and a focus group of middle school students, who will be attending the new high school. The patriotic mascot — with red, white, and blue colors — aligns with the school’s address on Veterans Memorial Boulevard and continues the Patriots theme with Veterans Memorial Elementary School, which shares the same road.
What AP Courses is Aubrey Rogers Offering?
History and Social Science
- AP Human Geography
- AP World History
- AP US History
- AP Psychology
- AP US Government and Politics
- AP Macro/Micro Economics
- AP Art
- AP Drawing
Math and Computer Science
- AP Pre-Calculus
- AP Calculus AB
- AP Calculus BC
- AP Statistics
- AP Computer Science Principles
- AP Environmental Science
- AP Biology
- AP Chemistry
- AP Physics
- AP English Language and Composition
- AP English Literature and Composition
- AP Spanish
- AP French
- AP Seminar
- AP Research
Aubrey Rogers will offer the courses students need for the AP Capstone Diploma.
What AICE Courses is Aubrey Rogers Offering?
- AICE General Paper
- AICE English Language
- AICE Spanish Language
- AICE Marine Science
- AICE Global Perspectives
- AICE Travel & Tourism
- AICE Thinking Skills
- AICE Media Studies
Aubrey Rogers will offer the courses students need for the AICE Diploma.
What Electives Can I take?
2-D Studio Art/Ceramics
Digital Info Tech
Intro to Engineering
World Languages ( Spanish, Latin)
Music (Band, Dance, Orchestra, Chorus)
Weight Training/ Sports
What is Dual Enrollment?
Both On/Off Campus Opportunities
- Allows students to take college courses and receive high school and college credit at the same time.
- Shortens the time necessary for a student to complete the requirements of a high school diploma and a postsecondary degree.