Campus Incident

The administration at Anclote High School would like to thank the students and staff for their cooperation and support during the Alert Campus and Controlled Dismissal today. Although there was NO weapon found on campus, it is always important for students to share any information which may jeopardize the safety and well being of students and staff. While communication with families is understandably important during situations such as this, more important is focusing on the safety of our students and staff. Below is the transcript of a School Messenger call that went home to families at approximately 1:55. 

Earlier today students alerted Anclote High School administration of a posting on social media indicating a possible weapon on campus. The school was immediately put into an Alert Campus status and the Sheriff’s Department was notified. Deputies responded to the campus in an abundance of caution, as the safety of our students is always a top priority. The student in question was located off campus and is in the custody of the Sheriff’s Department at this time. There will be a controlled dismissal at the end of the day to facilitate students loading the buses this afternoon. I would like to remind students and families that we take posts on social media very seriously and that any posts that can be perceived as a threat to our students will result in disciplinary action. I would like to thank the students for bringing this information to administration and for the quick response of the Anclote High School staff, our SRO and Sheriff’s Department Deputies.

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Shark Hoops-Ready to Kick Off the Season!

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AHS Most Outstanding Senior

Anclote High School is proud to announce the 2017-18 Most Outstanding Senior, Michael Berg. Michael was first selected by his peers and then voted upon by the AHS staff for this prestigious honor. 

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Shark Pride!

The Anclote Football program will have 7 seniors representing the West All Star Team at the Pasco County East-West All Star Game on December 7. Congratulations to Ryan Flint, Riley Currey, John Leto, Kristopher Valley, Noah Winans, Timothy Dallaire, and Deontrae  Stacey on their All Star selection. 

Big Shout Out to Coach Matt Kingsley on his selection as Tampa Bay Buccaneers Coach of Week for the big win over Wesley Chapel. The Buccaneers have donated $2000 to Shark Football in recognition of Coach Kingsley. 

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Awesome Sharks!

Anclote High School is proud to announce our 2017-18 SRP of the Year, Hubert Maddox, and Teacher of the Year, Stephanie VanTassel. Congratulations to all of our nominees and our two outstanding winners!

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Homecoming 2017

Homecoming 2017 was a huge success! Congratulations to Madison Bradley and Lekeidrick Tate, who were crowned Homecoming Queen and King during the halftime ceremony. The week was filled with Shark Spirit and Pride as students participated in dress up days, Spirit Night, and the Pep Rally. The Class of 2018 Seniors were the big winners for the week, along with our Varsity Sharks, in their win over the Ridgewood Rams. A special thank you to all of the Class Sponsors, Mrs. Holloman and Student Government for organizing all of the festivities. Check out highlights from the week on YouTube!

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Shark Spirit!

Students showed off their Shark Spirit at the first Pep Rally of the year Friday. The chant competition between the classes was fierce, which is a good sign for what to expect during Homecoming Week. The night was capped off with the Varsity Sharks earning a huge District win over the Wesley Chapel Wildcats 27-10!
 

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