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Anderson Valley High School’s volleyball team has once again made it to the postseason. We will be hosting the first postseason game here on Wednesday, October 27 against Emery High School. This will be a 7:00 start time, and will require that tickets are purchased through Go Fan.
CIF is not allowing paper tickets or cash this year, so in order to pay for the tickets, you must go to the Go Fan website to purchase tickets. You can do this in advance, or you can do this at the door with your cell phone.
To purchase tickets, go to the following website:
Scroll down to the” Anderson Valley vs. Emery Division 6” and select “get tickets.” You will be able to purchase adult and student tickets in advance.
Adult tickets are $12.00
Student and senior tickets are $5.00
Sorry for the inconvenience this may pose, but it is being enforced by CIF and we have to follow their guidelines.
Thank you for understanding, and we hope to see you at the game!
El equipo de volleyball de Anderson Valleylo ha logrado una vez más y llegó a la postemporada. Estaremos organizando el primer partido de la postemporada aquí en la preparatoria de Anderson Valley el miércoles 27 de octubre contra la preparatoria de Emery. El partido comienza a las 7 de la noche y se requiere que los boletos de entrada sean comprados a través de Go Fan.
La Federación Interescolastica de California no está aceptando boletos a papel o efectivo así que para comprar sus boletos deben visitar la página web Go Fan. Puede hacer esto por adelantado o puede hacerlo en la entrada con su celular.
Par comprar sus boletos, visite la siguiente página web:
Baje a” Anderson Valley vs. Emery División 6” y seleccione “get tickets.” Usted podrá comprar los boletos de adultos y estudiantes por adelantado.
Los boletos de adulto cuestan $12.00
Los boletos de estudiantes y adultos mayores cuestan $5.00
Disculpe la inconveniencia que esto puede causarle, pero la Federación lo está pidiendo y debemos seguir sus reglas.
Gracias por entender y esperamos verlos en el partido!
Anderson Valley Junior Senior High School, through implementation of Common Core Standards, project-based instruction and a common academic language, graduates students ready for college and career. The leadership team and instructional staff employ a process for systematic use of student performance data to measure the effects of school programs and services, to guide staff development and to modify instruction for learners identified as low-achieving. Utilizing school wide AVID strategies, staff is able to improve the performance of English Learners and eliminate the gap between the highest and lowest achieving students. The Senior Seminar course requirement includes a robust Senior Project, Service Learning, Job Shadowing and other college and career preparation activities, not only increases the rigor of the Senior year but also graduates students ready for their next chapter in life.
Anderson Valley Junior Senior High School creates and sustains a safe and effective school culture using Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports and Restorative Justice practices. The school offers a wide range of afterschool enrichment programs, study groups and a competitive sports program. Fall of 2014, all six sports teams received Scholastic Athlete Awards and the three varsity teams were number one in the league.
Anderson Valley Junior Senior High School offers a full comprehensive curriculum. Career Pathways include Agriculture, Art Media and Entertainment, and Construction. AP and honors course offerings include AP US History, Economics, Government, English, Calculus and Physics. The science and math departments offer a new STEM curriculum focused on students designing and interpreting science experiments and programming using the LOGO language. The Boonville Space Program conducts launches up to 60,000 feet to explore the effects of radiation with a variety of experiments.
Anderson Valley Junior Senior High School, Home of the Panthers, is a place people want to be.