Welcome to ¬ť∂Ļ…Ámadou School District

educating
nearly

43,000


students
encompassing
nearly

2,000


square miles
with
more than

130


schools and
programs
  • MtView

    Land Acknowledgment:

     

    We acknowledge that we gather here today on the traditional lands of the Dena'ina People of Upper Cook Inlet. For thousands of years, the Dena'ina People have been and continue to be the stewards of this land. ASD is committed to diversity and inclusion, and it is with honor and respect that we recognize all Indigenous people who live and learn in our community.

     

     

    Our Mission:

    In order to meet its mission, Educating All Students for Success in Life,  ¬ť∂Ļ…Ámadou School District (ASD) is committed to strategic initiatives and goals. Goals are SMART as they are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely. 

     

    Learn about our Goals and Guardrails

     

    Our Vision: Building the ideal student experience

    Student learning, achievement, and lifelong success are the focus of ASD. Within the District, families have many academic choices to meet a variety of student needs. Equitable access and opportunity are keys to building a successful learning path for each student. ASD celebrates our differences and is committed to inclusion of all our community's languages, cultures, and perspectives.

     

    Education plays a vital role in preparing students to become engaged, productive members of our culturally rich community. Our community envisions students empowered by real world experiences with access to educational opportunities within and beyond the walls of school buildings. ASD is boldly committed to transforming how we prepare students for life, college and careers within Alaska and across the globe.

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    Non-English languages spoken

    Most ASD families — 75 percent — speak English at home. The remaining 25 percent speak 100 languages.

    Top 5 languages spoken at ASD after English K-12, 2023:

    • Filipino
    • Hmong
    • Samoan
    • Spanish
    • Yu'pik
  • Student diversity

    A diverse student population provides students the ability to interact with peers from many different backgrounds, expanding their knowledge of other cultures and preparing for life in a global society.

     

    Race and ethnicity

    Minority students comprise more than 50 percent of the student population (43,000 students - Oct 2023).
    African American: 5%
    Alaska Native/American Indian: 10%
    Biracial/Multiracial: 16%
    Hispanic: 12%
    Asian/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 17%
    Caucasian: 50% ‌

     

    Want to know more about our enrollment?

  • College, Career and Life Ready for All Students

    Offering students maximum academic choices, high school graduates enjoy personal benefits such as better job opportunities, a sense of pride, college opportunities, and higher wages. Our community benefits by having better overall individual health, lower criminal activity, and lower welfare receipts. Learn more about our CCL initiative here.

  • Demographics

    The Demographics-GIS Services section contains enrollment numbers, race and ethnicity reports, capital improvement plans and school boundary information.

     

    Demographics-GIS Services »

     

    Data Dashboard

    At the ¬ť∂Ļ…Ámadou School Board's direction, the District created a public dashboard featuring data on student academic status, attendance, on track for graduation, and behavior/discipline.

     

    Launch the Dashboard »

Last Modified on April 11, 2024