Eagles Sighting

JV1 boys’ basketball won 42-31 Clayton Hoeper and Isaac Revermann each had 10 points in the win. Freshman A remained undefeated winning 62-42 Renell Edwards led the team with 19 points. Freshman B also remained undefeated winning 55-27 Javaun Ashfeld led the team with 12 points.

Apollo Student Union Food Drive

The annual ASU food drive started on Monday December 8th and will conclude on Monday December 22th. The goal is 2000 items the top three planning rooms will receive a prize. All collected food items will be donated to Catholic Charities. To watch the ASU video click here. 

Class of 2019 Parent Night

Apollo Guidance Department is hosting a Class of 2019 Parent NightJanuary 15 at 5:30 p.m. Questions and concerns will be answered along with graduation requirements. For more information click here. 

Ticket T- Shirts Available

Get your "ticket t-shirt" from the activities office.  You pay the $10 fee and you get to attend all home Apollo events which include boys and girls basketball games and gymnastics meets.  If you think about it, to attend the rest of all the remaining boys and girls basketball games this season that would cost you over $80 in ticket fees!  So why not save the money and spread a little "Eagle Pride" at the same time.  Stop by the activities office and see Kelly. 


Yearbook Supplements have arrived for Anatomy of an Eagle. Pick up your copy in the front office by Door 2 if you're interested with having Spring Sports/Activitiy pictures added to your current Yearbook from your Senior Year.  

Purchase Your Apollo High School Yearbook

Parents and Students wanting to purchase your 2014-2015 Apollo High School Yearbook can do so by visiting Walsworth. You may purchase a package that has a price range between $89-$97 or you can buy an individual book at the price of $75. Purchasing ends March 2, 2015, so make your purchase now before it's too late! Prices may increase due to the low number of buyers so help maintain the prices by buying a book NOW!

Financial Aid Night for Seniors and their Parents

A financial aid presentation will be held at the College of Saint BenedictMonday, January 26, 2015 registration begins 6:30-6:50 p.m. For more information and registration please view the flyer. 

School Library Exchange

You can now donate new or gently used books to the Apollo High School Resource Center through the website School Library Exchange. This allows the library to increase the collection, enhancing the curriculum and encouraging leisure reading.

Advanced Placement Courses Offered

Apollo High School offers a wide variety of options for students to consider in Advanced Placement. Participation in AP classes will prepare students for the higher rigor expected in college coursework. To find out what Apollo has to offer visit the Advanced Placement Program .