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PAEMST Call for Nominations

PAEMST Call for Nominations

September 13, 2021 Nominate your favorite K-6th grade Math or Science teacher for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching – the Nation's highest honors for teachers of mathematics and science. Nominations accepted until January 7, 2022.
Proposed DoDEA Dress Code

The Office of Education Policy and Operations (HQ) in collaboration with the Civil Rights Program developed a proposed DoDEA-wide student dress code.  The proposed dress code was developed by the Civil Rights Steering Committee and if approved, will be redlined into the updated Student Rights and Responsibilities Policy (DoDEA AI 1353.01).  In an effort to ensure we have wide-spread stakeholder engagement, a 30 day commenting period is being offered to allow stakeholders an opportunity to review/comment on the proposed dress code.  All comments are to be sent to .  Thank you for your assistance in this matter and we look forward to receiving your input. 

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Free Meals through June 2022

DoDEA Schools will continue to offer free meals for kids ages 1-18 years old through June 20, 2022. Contact our School Meals Program to reserve your meals and with any additional questions 787-707-2274 or 787-707-2765.

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Antilles HS Hours

School Hours Regular Hours Wednesday Hours
Office Hours 7:00 am - 3:30 pm 7:00 am - 3:30 pm
Teachers 7:30 am - 3:00 pm 7:30 am - 3:00 pm
Students 7:35 am - 2:28 pm 7:35 am - 1:28 pm

Wednesdays are Early Release days


From Around DoDEA

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, September 17

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, September 17

September 14, 2021 On September 17, US citizens remember the blessings of liberty and are recognized for holding the responsibilities of citizenship.
Observances
National Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 - October 15

National Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 - October 15

September 13, 2021 Hispanic Heritage observations began in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and were expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to cover a 30-day period. The expansion was enacted into law on August 17, 1988, on the approval of Public Law 100-402.
Observances
Principal of the Year Program

Principal of the Year Program

September 03, 2021 Do you think your school principal excelled in leading efforts to provide high-quality learning opportunities in SY20-21? Honor your principal by nominating them for Principal of the Year today!
Recognition Programs, Programs, Academic, Students and Staff
National Day of Service and Remembrance, September 11

National Day of Service and Remembrance, September 11

September 02, 2021 DoDEA honors those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001 and strengthened our will as one nation and reminded us all about the power of freedom.
Observances
DoDEA Suicide Prevention Awareness

DoDEA Suicide Prevention Awareness

September 01, 2021 DoDEA is actively involved in Suicide Prevention activities and has a variety of resources available to support students in crisis.
Education, Resources, Students and Staff, Observances
Women's Equality Day

Women's Equality Day

August 25, 2021 DoDEA celebrates Women’s Equality Day and the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution which guarantees all American women the right to vote.
Observances
Antilles HS

School Address
1062 Victory Drive
Fort Buchanan, PR 00934
Phone: 787-707-2301

Upcoming Events

 Sep 17
Black Day

 Sep 20
Gold Day

 Sep 21
Black Day

 Sep 22
Professional Learning Day No School for Students

 Sep 23
Gold Day

Full Calendar
NOTE: Please check your school's calendar for information on additional release days for training, parent teacher conferences, and other activities.

Our Mission

Educate, Engage, and Empower military-connected students to succeed in a dynamic world.

Purpose Statement

Antilles High School is committed to enrich the lives of students by facilitating a relevant, holistic and rigorous curriculum that will prepare the students to succeed and be self-sufficient in a dynamic world.

Goal

Antilles High School students will increase academic achievement in READING COMPREHENSION and MATHEMATICS.