NEW BUILDING coming to American Heritage AcademyPosted on 03/28/2015
A charter school under the umbrella of Ed Key, AHA will receive an addition to its school that will consist of a new multi-purpose gymnasium, three classrooms, a new administration office and a kitchen. According to Ed Key CEO Douglas Pike, the new gymnasium will allow AHA to stray away from having to use the Camp Verde Unified School District's gym when in need, which will be a big help not just for the school, but for the students as well.
AHA Cottonwood announces New Principal Eric EvansPosted on 12/10/2014
It is my distinct pleasure to announce that Mr. Evans has been promoted to the full principal position, effective December 1, 2014. This promotion is in recognition of his initiative in taking on responsibility, his dedication to raising the standards at AHA, and his commitment to the students, staff, and families. This promotion will allow the acting principal Mr. Rhineheart to resume his duties as assistant superintendent.
Edkey / Blue Cross Blue Shield Walking Works ChallengePosted on 09/03/2014
WalkingWorks is a Blue Cross Blue Shield online tracking platform, inviting you to move from “learning about” to “doing something about” your health. You can use time or miles to record your physical activity, then log and track individual progress on the interactive web portal.
AHA Senior Shares Her Journey to India to Complete a Homework Assignment on Sonoran LivingPosted on 05/14/2014
American Heritage Academy Senior and the 2014 Verde Pride Student of the Year Shares Her Journey to India to Complete a Homework Assignment
AHA High school artists shine at NAWS showPosted on 04/29/2014
Northern Arizona Watercolor Society presented its 24th valley-wide Student Art Show April 26-27 at Sedona Red Rock High School. Over 490 entries in all art media were on display featuring student artists from Sedona Red Rock High School, Big Park School, West Sedona School, Verde Valley School, Camp Verde High School, Mingus Union High School, American Heritage Academy, Rimrock Public High School, Southwestern Academy, Flagstaff High School, Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy, and Sinagua Middle School.
Two AHA students accepted into college dance programsPosted on 04/27/2014
After weeks of anxious waiting, two Cottonwood high school seniors and students of Verde Valley Ballet were notified that they were accepted into dance programs at universities in Florida and Mississippi.