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Posted July 28, 2016

High School Bell Schedule for 2016-17

The school day starts at 7:25 a.m. and ends at 2:25 p.m. at all comprehensive high schools.

Note: The bell schedule for all APS comprehensive schedules has changed since last school year. School still begins 7:25 a.m. (zero hour at 6:28 a.m.) and ends at 2:25 p.m., but students no longer get out early on Thursdays.   

High School Schedule

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Zero Hour
6:28-7:18

Zero Hour
6:28-7:18

Zero Hour
6:28-7:18

Zero Hour
6:28-7:18

Zero Hour
6:28-7:18

1st Period
7:25-8:13

1st Period
7:25-8:17

1st Period
7:25-8:17

1st Period
7:25-8:17

1st Period
7:25-8:17

2nd Period
8:20-9:08

2nd Period 
8:24-10:07

Announcements
10:07-10:10

3rd Period 
8:24-10:07

Announcements
10:07-10:10

2nd Period 
8:24-10:07

Announcements
10:07-10:10

3rd Period 
8:24-10:07

Announcements
10:07-10:10

3rd Period
9:15-10:03

Announcements
10:03-10:08

4th Period
10:17-12:00

5th Period
10:17-12:00

4th Period
10:17-12:00

 5th Period
10:17-12:00
4th Period
10:15-11:03
Lunch
12:05-12:35

Lunch
12:05-12:35

Lunch
12:05-12:35

Lunch
12:05-12:35
5th Period
11:10-11:58

6th Period
12:42-2:25

 7th Period
12:42-2:25
6th Period
12:42-2:25
 7th Period
12:42-2:25

Lunch
12:05-12:35

6th Period
12:42-1:30

7th Period
1:37-2:25

Zero Hour

  • 50 minute classes 
  • 7-minute passing periods

Monday "Skinny"

  • 48 minute classes 
  • 7-minute passing periods

Tuesday-Friday "Block"

  • 1st period "skinny" class is 52 minutes 
  • All other "block" periods are 103 minutes
  • 7-minute passing periods with the exception of a 5-minute passing period from 5th period to lunch
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