Aliso Niguel High School (ANHS) is nestled near a creek bed in the city of Aliso Viejo, California, a stone’s throw from the Pacific Ocean. Named for the two main cities it serves (Aliso Viejo and Laguna Niguel), it opened its doors in the fall of 1993. ANHS has gained recognition as a California Distinguished School, a New American High School, and a National Blue Ribbon School.
ANHS prides itself on a commitment to academic excellence. Spurred by the academic talents and ambitions of their fellow students, over half the ANHS seniors regularly take the SAT, last year scoring well over state and national averages with a combined score of 1644.
However, such impressive test scores and quantitative data tell only half the story. Through an academic and co-curricular culture that seeks to incorporate every student, the real proof of success lies in the nearly school wide perception that “there is something for everyone” at ANHS. This core value is best exemplified by the numerous clubs and co-curricular activities offered on our campus. The spirit of full inclusion is encouraged here as demonstrated by our annual events like Club Rush and our Multi-Cultural Fair. At ANHS, a special-needs student, an AP scholar and a “typical student in the middle” can be seen working together whether it is raising funds for a local charity, performing a Dance Appreciation routine, or competing in a football game.
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