Academy of the Redwoods

Are You Interested In Returning To On-Campus Learning? We would like to encourage all students, especially those who are struggling academically, to return to on-campus learning. Breakfast and lunch are available free to all students daily.  If you would like to arrange one or more on-campus learning days per week, please email Academic Counselor, Brooke Martin at We continue to require morning health screenings, mask-wearing, and regular hand washing/sanitizing. With our physical distancing requirements, we can accommodate all students for two days per week with some exceptions. For questions related to COVID mitigations or other campus concerns, please contact Program Director, Ali Hodges by calling the AR Office, 707-476-4203.

Humboldt Bay Soroptimist's Girl of the Month for December: Emily McTigue

Humboldt Bay Soroptimist’s Girl of the Month for December: Emily McTigue

Soroptimist International of Humboldt Bay honored 4th Year Student Emily McTigue as December’s Girl of the Month. Girls of the month are exceptional senior girls from high schools within the greater Eureka area who are recognized for outstanding achievements. Emily was presented her award during a virtual meeting on the morning of December 17th. Emily is the daughter of Patrick & Heather McTigue. With a GPA of 4.41, Emily is on the Academy of the Redwoods Distinguished Honor Roll and in the Honor Society at College of the Redwoods. A CO-chair on the Regional Youth Board of Pony Club, Emily has earned up through her H-B in Horse Management, which is a National Level Certification. Heavily involved in the AR community, Emily is a member of REBAR (Reinforcing the Established Body of Academy of the Redwoods), and Dance Committee. She has also earned community service hours through Teen Court serving as an attorney, clerk, and judge, and is also a volunteer for Spare Change. In her free time, Emily paints and plays several instruments. After high school, Emily is planning on majoring in forensic science or forensic chemistry, as her future career goal is to become a forensic anthropologist.  

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