Audubon High School is committed to providing students with a rigorous, relevant, student-centered education in which learners demonstrate growth toward academic and personal goals consistent with college and career preparedness. The curriculum is college oriented and aligned to Common Core State Standards to compete in a rapidly changing world. We welcome all students, preparing them for success in higher education, post-educational opportunities, work, and citizenship.
Our service to students is supported by four essential pillars: technology, community, college, and careers. The blended use of technology facilitates authentic learning. At Audubon, Restorative Practices and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) enhance the campus community. Student growth and self-awareness are promoted through restorative practices, which seek to promote a cohesive and peaceful environment built upon the growth and sustainability of community within our learning environment.