Audubon Junior/Senior High School

350 Edgewood Avenue
856-547-7695

Audubon High School was opened in September, 1926, with an approximate enrollment of 500 pupils. The school developed into a full six-year high school, so that when school opened in September, 1928, the seventh, eighth and ninth years composed the Junior School and the tenth, eleventh and twelfth years composed the Senior School.

Audubon High School is fully accredited and approved by the New Jersey Department of Education. Such approval is attained only after complying with specifications which test the adequacy of the school building, the school equipment, the teaching staff and the records of graduates.



Reviews

Joe Walsh

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Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018
So great love the staff they are wonderful human beings

Dawn Williamson - McBean

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Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017
Awesome Public High School from Principal, Counselors, Teachers , Coaches and entire personnel makes my daughter experience from to Good to Great!

Xiomara Aviles

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Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016
I definitely don't like the idea of school not having transportation. No transportation for the students that live near. They have to walk, Which is very dangerous to walk, and specially for winter time, snow dangerous they can fall and get hurt bad. My daughter have to walk from school to mount Ephraim. Is like 40 minutes walk. It's just not fair. A lot of parents work and cannot make it to pick up the kids from school. I think they should be more responsable with the students, and look for there safety. That's the reason y don't like this school.

ttstrike hilarious dude

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Monday, Feb. 6, 2017
Really great school. Court is awesome. School atmosphere is phenomenal. I can't believe Joe Flacco went to school here. Look it up if you don't believe me but I got pictures.

Denise M

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Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Awesome school. 4 generations of my family have attended and 3 generations have graduated from AHS. My oldest granddaughter will graduate in June. Great staff. Great environment. Small town schools are wonderful. Many of the staff graduated from AHS abd returned to teach there. Those winning about the walk.....it's always been this way and is not going to change . My kids all grew up in Mt E and walked to school. Guess what. They survived! And if it takes her that long to walk, she's not walking very fast. At the most it takes 20 minutes suck it up!