Welcome to Amador High School

Amador High School, located in Sutter Creek, California, is one of two high schools in Amador County. It is a public school that serves about 800 students in grades 9-12. Originally known as Amador County High School at its inception in 1911, the school’s name changed to Sutter Creek Union High School in 1916, reverting to Amador County High School in 1949, at the request of that year’s graduating class. In 1984, upon completion of the merger of three school districts in the county, the name was changed to Amador High School.

Amador High School serves approximately 750 students with about 30 staff members.   Our school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

Poetry Out Loud

The Poetry Out Loud school level competition was held last night.  Noah Bunting placed 1st for the second year in a row.  2nd Place went to Madison Stevens and 3rd Place went to Ian McMahan.  All the contestants did an amazing job!

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Amador Celebrates Student Achievements & School Spirit

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