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.



April’s wellness theme is ANXIETY.  Our Counselor, Ms. Camargo, will be talking about Anxiety for the entire month of April during the Student Support Group. Click on the following images (English & Spanish options) for meeting times and more detailed information on how to join.  Questions:  email Ms. Camargo  anabel.camargo@acusd.org.

An Opportunity for Juniors and Seniors!

The California Conservation Corps is a state run work experience program. 1 to 3 years of paid work experience in a variety of fields and offers housing at different centers throughout California. Great opportunity, especially those not sure of their next step, aren’t planning to attend college, or just want a break between high school and college.

An informational Zoom presentation of 30-45 minutes for Amador High School Juniors and Seniors will be held at 11 am on Wednesday April 7th. Contact Mrs. Reynolds for more information, or just log in. Wednesday April 7 11 am

Log in info:

California Conservation Corps is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 895 1629 6311
Passcode: w0nVGM

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