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Welcome to the Ankeny Community School District website. I hope you find it informative and easily accessible. I also hope you gain a sense of the pride we have in our schools.
Ankeny’s staff includes approximately 1,400 members who are committed and dedicated to our mission: Ankeny Community Schools is unified in its commitment, passion and vision so every learner is prepared to achieve a lifetime of personal success.
For the 2015-2016 academic year, we will educate over 10,500 students, where each child has their own abilities, aspirations, and dreams. Consequently, it’s the vision of our district to help all students receive a first-class education where they are preparing to be successful beyond high school.
During the past five years, we have reviewed, developed and implemented new curriculum in the areas of mathematics, literacy, writing, science, and social studies. We understand the 21st century will provide new challenges to our students as they leave our schools and take their next steps. Accordingly, we have adopted new curricula that are rigorous and relevant to address these challenges.
Activities, arts and athletics are the final components we believe are necessary to provide a comprehensive education. We invite Ankeny students to be involved in our extra-curricular/co-curricular programs, as we believe these are part of the “Ankeny Experience.”
On behalf of the Board of Education, welcome to Ankeny Schools. Please join us as we work together to ensure that all students are learning and achieving to their highest potential.
Bruce A. Kimpston, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools
Office: (515) 289-3941
Fax: (515) 965-4234
OFFICE HOURS - AVAILABLE FOR CONTACT
M-F 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Ankeny High School and Ankeny Centennial High School seniors celebrate commencement on June 4.
Thirteen French I and French II students achieve national ranking.
Students receive recognition for their achievement.
A celebratory breakfast honored those scoring in the top half of the National French and Spanish exams.
ACHS Senior Colton Sleister is among the state's top ten students.
Thirty students from Ankeny Schools attend the fifth annual World Food Prize Iowa Youth Institute at Iowa State University.
All the finalists in the competition were from Ankeny Schools.
Ankeny's ninth through twelfth grade band students had an outstanding showing at the Perry Band Olympics.
Iowa State Representative John Landon and Polk County Supervisor Steve Van Oort make donations; First National Bank awards grant.
Ankeny Schools and DMACC have entered into an agreement for the shared use of a new competition swimming pool to open in spring 2017
Ankeny students come together to collect money for University of Iowa's Children’s Miracle Network.
The six students are among the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) honorees.
Both teams take home recognition at the FIRSTTech Challenge league championship.
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Matthew Brucker has been selected as a candidate for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
Ankeny High School varsity cheer teams were honored to perform at the halftime show in New Orleans, Louisiana on January 1, 2016.
Ankeny High School senior Matthew Brucker earned the highest possible ACT Composite score of 36 and SAT score of 2400.
Seniors John Banta and Tanner Morgan are both honored as Elite Team defensive members.
The district is recognized for significant gains in Advanced Placement® access and performance.
Chelsey Blough was honored at the state volleyball tournament on November 13.
Dance members from both Ankeny high schools and color guard from Ankeny Centennial received honors at the 2015 Iowa State Dance/Drill Team Association (ISDTA) Solos Competition.
Congratulations to the Southview Middle School ninth grade knowledge bowl team for finishing third at the Iowa State Knowledge Bowl competition.
Three Ankeny students were among 400 nation-wide who were honored at the University of Iowa Belin-Blank Center’s Recognition Ceremony in Iowa City.
Ankeny Community School District seventh-grade science teacher Lynne Bleeker is one of five Iowa teachers who have been named state finalists for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).