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AHS Brand and Logo Transition 

During a special July 2 meeting, the Forest Hills Board of Education voted 4-1 to approve the retirement of the Anderson High School Redskins logo. The decision comes after years of community discussion, input and significant work to support inclusivity and diversity across the district. 

The process to select a new brand/logo for AHS is lead by a steering committee that includes staff, students, alumni, and community members. The steering committee includes the following subcommittees: Selection Process, Branding, Communications, Fundraising and Honoring the Past. The logo, which has been in place for more than eight decades, will be phased out in stages. This process is currently underway with the goal of unveiling a new mascot by the end of the 2020-2021 academic year. 

Please visit this webpage frequently for specific updates regarding the process and the work of the committees. 

January 6th Update:  AHS announces the final five choices for a new mascot!  Last month, students, staff, and alumni selected from 10 semi-finalists.  Now the AHS community is in the home stretch of choosing the mascot that will celebrate the history and bright future of our beloved school.  Read more here.

December 1st Update:  Round 2 of the surveys to select a mascot has officially begun.  This round is open to AHS current students, staff, and alumni.  Read more here.  Access the Round 2 survey here.  Please watch the "We Are Anderson Proud" video.

November 12th Update:  The AHS Family has released an appreciation video thanking donors for their generosity.  The Mascot GoFundMe page has been updated to reflect our current needs.  Read more here.

November 5th Update:  Superintendent Scot Prebles invites public input via first round of AHS Mascot Surveys.  View Superintendent's letter here.

October 13th Update: Finalized Timeline Announced  View the finalized timeline here

September 4th Update: Brand and Logo FAQ 

July 3rd UpdateFundraising begins for brand transition 

July 2nd Update: Board of Education approves retirement of mascot