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Auburn High School

 AHS

Address: 1650 Auburn School Drive
     Riner, VA 24149 (Directions)
Phone: (540) 382-5160
Guidance: (540) 382-5164
Fax: (540) 381-6110

Principal: Mr. Chris Stewart (Email)
Assistant Principal: Mr. Mike Stanley (Email)
Administrative Assistant: Ms. Becky Partin (Email)
Guidance Counselor: Ms. Kayla Sutherland (Email)


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Montgomery County Public  Schools does not discriminate in its programs and activities for reasons of race, religion, color, gender, national origin, disability,   age, or on any other basis prohibited by law.  The following persons  have been designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination   policies:  Director of Elementary Education and Director of Secondary Education, 750 Imperial Street SE, Christiansburg, VA 24073 (540)382-5100.

Webmaster: Mrs. Carolyn E. G. Hash (Email)

District Headlines
Bus Celebration
Montgomery County Schools to Receive Special Bus Delivery
06/04/2018
The transportation department for Montgomery County Public Schools is on tap to receive quite the special delivery next month. The 100,000th Thomas Built Buses SAF-T-LINER C2 school bus will be showcased at a grand delivery celebration event at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5, in front of Lane Stadium on the Virginia Tech campus.
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Bruce Bentley Selected as Support Staff Employee of the Year
05/22/2018
Bruce Bentley, computer technician, was named MCPS Support Staff Employee of the Year. Bentley has worked in MCPS for 13 years.
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Redding Teacher of the Year
Redding Named MCPS Teacher of the Year
04/26/2018
Emily Redding, math teacher at Christiansburg High School, was named MCPS Teacher of the Year.
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