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  • Alice ISD Strategic Planning Facilities Taskforce
    Alice ISD Strategic Planning Facilities Taskforce
    Touring Alice High School
  • School Safety
  • AHS Perfect Attendance
    AHS Perfect Attendance
    Forty Alice High School students had perfect attendance during the first semester.
  • George Draper Award
    George Draper Award
    A.J. Moreno
  • Back of the Year
  • AHS Powerlifting Team brings home 6 medals
    AHS Powerlifting Team brings home 6 medals
    Third place as a team with 6 medalist, 3 gold, 1 silver, & 2 bronze medals. We also got the two best lifters of the Meet and Qualified three to the Regional Meet. Such huge accomplishments so early in the season.
  • Science Fair District winners
    Science Fair District winners
    Fourth Grade Science Fair winners
  • New Gym Floor Ribbon Cutting
  • DECA earns Second Place
    DECA earns Second Place
    DECA places in second.
  • Teen of the Week Dec. 31 to Jan. 4
    Teen of the Week Dec. 31 to Jan. 4
    Name: Kamylle Hernandez
    Parents: Roberto Hernandez Jr. & Nora Hernandez
    Educational and Future Plans: In May of 2019 I will graduate from Alice High School with a FHS Distinguished diploma and also an Associate’s of Arts degree from Coastal Bend College. I plan to attend Mays Business School at Texas A&M University- College Station and major in marketing the Fall of 2019. With my degree, I plan to get hired to work for a company’s marketing team while studying towards a Master’s degree in Business Marketing. Later on I plan to create my own business.
  • Teen of the Week Jan. 7 - 11
    Teen of the Week Jan. 7 - 11
    Name: AJ Moreno
    Parents: The son of Adan Moreno and Marie Cortez
    Educational or Future Plans: My plans after high school are to join the U.S. Air Force and just truly seek all the benefits that come with serving our country. Throughout my service, I also plan to attend college and major in Kinesiology, and also minor in business. The goal is to one day become a Physical Therapist, a job where I could help impact people's lives on a daily basis and just truly help them overcome whatever setback they may be facing at that time in life.
  • Teen of the Week Jan. 14 - 18
    Teen of the Week Jan. 14 - 18
    Name: Freida Rached Nava
    Parents: Velia Nava
    Educational or Future plans: I plan to attend the University of Texas at San Antonio. I am pursuing a bachelors in biology and becoming a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA).
    Clubs and Officer positions: National Honor Society (NHS) Treasurer, Health Occupations of America (HOSA) President, Interact Club, band and athletics.
    Accomplishments/Honors: I made the varsity soccer team as a goalie as a sophomore. I also became a certified nurses assistant (CNA) by the age of sixteen
  • Teen of the Week Jan. 21 - 25
    Teen of the Week Jan. 21 - 25
    Name: Maya Rose Garcia
    Parents: Rose M. Garcia, Juan M. Garcia Jr.
    Educational or Future Plans: I plan on attending Texas A&M Corpus Christi to pursue a Bachelor of Science (BS) in biomedical sciences, as well as the Army ROTC program to pursue a military science degree and guidance through my college years. From there I plan to go either active duty or reserve as a Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Army and obtain work experience as well as serve my country. Although there is a lot of work that needs to be put in to achieve this, I plan to take on the challenge to become successful in life.