What’s Happening at AHS

Incoming Freshman 2018-2019

Just a reminder that the Early Bird Registration Application Fee for incoming Freshman will end on February 16, 2018.  Below are the instructions for registering your Freshman for next year.  Please contact Kris Thomas, Director of Admissions at 563-326-5313, ext. 230 or kris.thomas@assumptionhigh.org for questions.


Application for Admission: Complete the Assumption High School Application for Admission online at apply.assumptionhigh.org.

Application Fee: Pay the $50 Application Fee (discounted fee through February 16, 2018). Online applications submitted after February 16th are certainly welcome with the standard fee of $75. The fee can be paid online or mailed to: Assumption High School, ATTN: Admissions, 1020 W. Central Park Ave., Davenport, IA 52804, OR dropped off at the AHS front office.  A student’s application cannot be processed until the application fee is received.

2018 Middle School Regional Science Fair

AHS was happy to host the 2018 Middle School Regional Science Fair Participants in the Assumption library on Thursday, February 8th.  High school student judges were extremely impressed with the work and creativity of these young learners.  After much deliberation, the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners were recognized – Gold: Evan Gluba (Our Lady of Lourdes, 7th grade); Silver: Netsanet Kantner (All Saints Catholic School, 6th grade); Bronze: Brandon Shell (John F. Kennedy Catholic School, 8th grade).  Congratulations to all!

Dodgeball for Diapers Combines Fun and Service

Congratulations to Mr. Wittemeyer’s Senior students, winners of the Annual Dodgeball for Diapers Tournament during Catholic Schools Week.  Fun was had by all!

This annual event is a memorable kickoff to the Scott County Catholic School Diaper Drive – a collective service project to mark Catholic Schools Week.

  • Collaborative effort of All Saints, Assumption, JFK, Lourdes, and St. Paul the Apostle.
  • Mrs. Cunico’s sixth period class won the 9/10 Dodge Ball for Diapers Tournament.
  • Mr. Wittemeyer’s sixth period seniors won the 11/12 Dodge Ball for Diapers Tournament.
  • The Junior Class won the first annual Powder Puff Volleyball game.
  • Out of dress code collections were held on Monday and Wednesday.
  • The Senior Class won the Diaper Dash by collecting the most diapers during Catholic Schools week.

An approximate number of 20,000 diapers along with 40,000 wipes were distributed to the following organizations:

  1. Bethany for Children & Families
  2. Humility of Mary Housing, Inc.
  3. Women’s Choice Center of the Quad Cities


Future Fund Scholarship for St. Paul the Apostle Students

St. Paul the Apostle Future Fund is offering a scholarship for a graduating senior who attended SPS, and who is planning to attend a college or university.  You must include a typewritten essay entitled “What My Catholic Education Has Meant to Me” (maximum 1,000 words).  The Selection Committee will review all applications and essays.  The scholarship will be awarded at the Annual Future Fund Dinner to be held on Friday, May 4, 2018.  The scholarship is not renewable.  All applications must be received at SPS by Friday, March 16, 2018.  No late applications will be accepted.

St. Paul’s Future Fund Scholarship Application 2018

Wrestling State Send Off – Sunday, February 11, 2018

Knight Nation, please join the Booster and Century Clubs for a celebration of our Wrestling team and it’s 11th straight appearance in the Iowa State Wrestling Dual State Championships. We are also honoring Coach Bush on his 250th and 251st dual wins on Tuesday night. The send off will be at Rookies starting at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. We are offering a $6.00 Burger Basket with Fries, with all proceeds go to the teams expenses in Des Moines. Let’s show our support Sunday evening to this great group of kids and their coaching staff. Thank you, Chris Martens and Bill Bush Booster and Century Clubs.