Ash Grove High School

"Our students are our legacy, their future is our focus."

Quarter 4 Grades Available on TeacherEase

To view your student's Quarter 4 grades, log onto TeacherEase, select your student in the upper right corner of the screen, click on the Grades tile, and then select the Grading Period Quarter 4.  If you are having problems logging onto the portal, please click on this link for a copy of the Parent Portal Guide.  If you do not have an email set up with the school or if you continue to have problems logging on, please call our main office at 417-751-2330 to get help accessing the portal.  

Parent and Student Portal

Ash Grove School District has a new student information system this year: TeacherEase.  You may access a brief tutorial for the system here: Parent Portal Guide

Student schedules and demographic information are now available on the new student information system, although historical grades are not yet imported.  Once the new system is completely setup, parents and students may log into the parent portal throughout the year to view schedules, grades, attendance, and lunch account balance information among other things.  If you would like a paper copy of quarter or semester grades, you may contact the high school office to get one printed.  If you are new to the district and need to set up the inital login for the parent portal, contact the high school office at 417-751-2330.

The login link for the new student information system is:

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The 2024-2025 District School Calendar

School Calendar 2024-2025.pdf


When your student is absent from school, please notify the high school office.  The phone number to call is 417-751-2330, and the office opens every morning by 7:30am. If your student has had a doctor or dental appointment during school hours, please send a note from that office documenting their visit. 


ACT test dates are available several times during the year.  Registration deadlines are usually just over a month earlier than the actual test date.  For more information on the ACT, visit or come by the Counseling Office. 

Remaining test dates for this academic year:

September 14, 2024 (Registration deadline August 9th)

October 26, 2024 (Registration deadline September 20th)

December 12, 2024 (Registration deadline November 8)

February 8, 2025 (Registration deadline January 3)

April 5, 2025 (Registration deadline February 28)

June 14, 2025 (Registration deadline May 9)

July 12, 2025 (Registration deadline June 6)

New Student Enrollment Application:

Returning Student Registration:

Seniors and Parents of Seniors:  January is the new time to complete the FAFSA!

After January 1, the FAFSA, the  "Free Application for Federal Student Aid" opens for students to apply for federal student aid.  Any graduating senior who is planning to attend college next year should complete the FAFSA as this is a major tool that colleges use to determine a student's financial need and eligibility for federal aid as well as certain financial need-based scholarships.  This is not a loan - the grant money you receive from this does not have to be repaid, and it is free to apply.   The sooner you fill this out the better.  Why?  Because if you fill it out sooner, you may be able to get more grants (money) that will help you pay for college.  Even if there's the slightest chance you may go to college next year, you need to fill this out.  

To fill out the FAFSA, here's what you will need to bring:

For more information or for help in completing the FAFSA, contact the Counseling Office at 417-751-9616 or 417-751-9605.

To purchase an Ash Grove High School Yearbook, click here!

School Photos

2024-2025 School Picture information will be posted ASAP.

With colds, flus, and virus illnesses, please keep in mind these health guidelines:

What is a Trauma-Informed School?

Ash Grove High School is excited about implementing the state directive on being a Trauma-Informed school.A “Trauma-informed school” is a school that:a. realizes the widespread impact of trauma and understands potential paths for recovery b. recognizes the signs and symptoms of trauma in students, teachers, and staff c. responds by fully integrating knowledge about trauma into its policies, procedures, and practices; and d. seeks to actively resist re-traumatizationFor more Information you may visit:Missouri Model  for Trauma-Informed Schools Link:


Click here to view the current immunization requirements of the state of Missouri.

To contact the school nurse, Kyla Shorter, email or call 417-751-2330.