Eagles Sighting

Congratulations to the following Apollo All-Conference Orchestra students
Greta Benson, Noah Bjork, Megan Brennan, Matthew Briese, Kevin Duong, Joshua Gangl, Ashley Gregerson, Anna Hance, Derrick Johnson. Tiarah Lister, Alec Logeman. Alexandra Ortiz, Hannah Reichl, Britney Saysouly. Katelyn Schneider, Katherine Smith, Amanda Theisen

Apollo Senior Grad Party Fundraiser

Frozen Yogurt Creations will donate 20% of all sales Friday, April 25, Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27 for every person that orders and mentions the Apollo Senior Grad Party. Frozen Yogurt Creations is located next to Famous Dave’s.

Senior Responsibilities Before Graduation

All senior obligations must be met to receive a diploma on graduation night. Obligations included: All outstanding class, activity and parking fees, uniforms, and class or library books. These obligations must be paid in full, uniforms and books must be returned. Students who are in spring activities will not receive their diplomas until their uniforms are turned in. Fees may be found on Skyward accounts or by calling Sandy at 253-1600 x 2031. Students should check with the Resource Center for outstanding books, etc. or call Nicole at 253-1600 X 2502. 

Apollo A and B Honor Roll Students

The following lists are the students that made the A Honor Roll and B Honor Roll for the month of March 2014. Because of data privacy not all students are listed. 

1st Annual John Lieser Apollo Activities Golf Tournament

Mark your calendars for the 1st Annual John Lieser Apollo Activities Golf Scramble & Social, to be held at Wapicada Golf Course on Friday, July 25. This is a shotgun event starting at 1 pm. Registration fee is $85 (per golfer), please contact Apollo Activities Director Chris McElroy at christopher.mcelroy@isd742.org to register your team or if you are interested in being a sponsor. Registration forms are available here.


Click here for times and dates.

Apollo Recognized For Creating a Positive Learning Environment

On April 18, the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) recognized 16 schools for their successful efforts to create positive learning environments for students. Apollo High School is the only comprehensive, 9 -12 schools in MN to receive the designation. Click here to read the press release.

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 .