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Dear Amundsen High School Community:
 
We hope that you have taken a few moments to review the Whole School Safety Planning Process deck that was shared here on April 28th.  As a next step in our process, we are asking for parent and community feedback. Surveys for each stakeholder group can be accessed by clicking on the links above and below this message.  These surveys will close on May 17th.
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Prom is on, and we need your support! Featured Photo

Prom is on, and we need your support!

AHS leadership is hard at work organizing an extra special prom-style celebration for the Class of 2021. With the help of an expert planner, the school’s back parking lot will be transformed into a safe, festive outdoor venue. The student fee for this prom-style celebration is $100. However, additional funding is needed to ensure all seniors have the opportunity to attend and that we give the Class of 2021 a Viking-worthy night to remember! The Friends of Amundsen prom fundraising campaign will help pay for outdoor party needs including tents and other enhancements needed to turn a parking lot into a safe and memorable venue. The goal is to raise $2,500 by Friday, June 4. Click on the link above to show your support! Thank you for your generosity!
Amundsen yard signs are in stock and for sale! Featured Photo

Amundsen yard signs are in stock and for sale!

Show your Viking pride neighborhood-wide -- in your yard, in your window, or on your balcony! Signs are $10 each and available for local pickup. Want one? Email friendsofamundsen@gmail.com to arrange pickup and payment (cash or credit card at pickup). GO VIKINGS!
Amundsen Team Wins 2nd Place at 2021 Japan Bowl! Featured Photo

Amundsen Team Wins 2nd Place at 2021 Japan Bowl!

18 Amundsen students participated in the 2021 Illinois Japan Bowl on Saturday, March 13, 2021. The Illinois Japan Bowl is an academic competition that tests Illinois high school students who are studying the Japanese language on a wide range of topics including their knowledge of the language and their understanding of traditional and modern Japan. One Amundsen team comprised of Matthew Bell, Kailey Garcia, and Carmen Garcia, won 2nd place at the Level 3 competition behind the UChicago Lab School, beating out New Trier Township HS who came in 3rd. We are so proud of our Japanese Language Vikings and of their teacher, Ms. Hitomi Kameyama, for this great achievement. Congratulations to all!

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  • 100%of IB Diploma Graduates Earned Early College Credentials
  • U of C 5EssentialsWell-Organized for Improvement
  • 25+Athletic Teams