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Arvada High School (AHS) helps students chart their course toward a bright postsecondary future.

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AHS students are assigned counselors based on their grade and last name. All AHS counselors provide the following services:

  • Personal, social, academic, career and college counseling
  • Crisis intervention
  • Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) guidance
  • Community night availability, including back-to-school night, parent-teacher conferences, open houses, awards and college nights
  • Enrollment, new-student orientation and freshman transition support
  • Support groups
  • NCAA procedures
  • Credit recovery guidance 
  • Warren Tech guidance
  • College and scholarship applications
  • Support resources for students, staff and community
  • Professional development for staff
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Career & College

AHS staff can help students plan their path toward college and career.

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Course Registration

View information on course offerings, course selection and registration at AHS.

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Graduation Requirements

AHS students must meet credit and workforce readiness requirements to graduate.

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Individualized Career & Academic Plan (ICAP)

ICAPs help guide AHS students and families in their exploration of career, academic and postsecondary opportunities.

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Mental Health Supports

AHS promotes a safe, positive learning environment by supporting mental health.

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Seal of Biliteracy

AHS students can earn the Jeffco Seal of Biliteracy by demonstrating proficiency in at least one world language in addition to English by graduation.

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Student Records & Transcripts

Jeffco students and families can access official records and transcripts.

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Transitioning from Middle School

Resources are available for AHS students and families as they transition from middle school.

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