Amherst-Pelham Regional High School

Main Office: 413-362-1700

Attendance Line413-362-1718

Weather Cancellation: 413-362-1898


21 Mattoon Street,
Amherst MA 01002

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Amherst-Pelham Regional High School

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ARHS Picture Day – Tuesday, September 27

ARHS Picture Day is Tuesday, September 27. Picture Order Packets were sent home with students on Friday, September 16. If you have misplaced this packet or did not receive one, there are extra copies in the ARHS Main Office.

ARHS Open House, Thursday, September 29

ARHS Open House - Thursday September 29, 2022  6 pm – 8 pm 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm  PowerSchool Portal usernames and passwords available in the Main Office. Official ID is required. 6:00 pm – 6:25 pm   Student schedules will be available by alphabet in the front hall.  ...

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Policy AC: Commitment to Nondiscrimination and Educational Equity

The Amherst-Pelham Regional District, the Amherst Public Schools, and the Pelham Elementary School do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, economic status, homelessness, political party, or disability in admission to, access to, employment in, or treatment by its programs and activities.”

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From Our Superintendent

The mission of our district is to support our talented students in every step of their educational journey, from Pre-K to graduation, and to help them become successful, contributing members of our multicultural society. We challenge students to strive toward the outer edge of their skill level, while still maintaining a whole-child approach that supports their creativity and social skills development. ARPS teachers are experts in their field who are deeply knowledgeable about their content, but their dedication to students is what draws families to our schools.
ARPS students are incredibly academically successful, and we are extremely proud of that success; however, we have just as much pride in our students’ cultural and social growth. ARPS has a very diverse student body, with more than 40 native languages spoken. As a community, we honor all of our students’ heritages with an unwavering commitment to equity and social justice. Those commitments, along with our unique demographics, ensure that ARPS students learn as much from each other as they do from the formal curriculum.
I am honored to serve the ARPS community as we work together to help our students reach their goals and realize their full potential. Welcome to ARPS!

– Dr. Michael Morris