Monday, Feb. 15, is a student holiday and staff development day. Classes will resume as normal on Tuesday, Feb. 16.
The Winterguard season has opened with spectacular results for Varsity, who won First place at their first competition of the year. It was held Jan. 23 at Lamar High School. The Varsity Guard is in the highly competitive National A Classification. Their show, “Confession,” is a beautifully written show, set in a church with pews and a stained-glass window. The Varsity Guard will perform Feb. 6, at the WGI Dallas Regional competition at Thomas Coliseum in Fort Worth. The Guard’s Preliminary performance will be at 11:28 a.m., with a Finals performance later in the evening, depending on placement.
The J.V. Guard, pictured below, moved up this year READ MORE.
as the Top Baseball Program in the DFW
Larry Brown - Texas A&M Commerce Lions - Football
John Michael Collins - Southwestern Assemblies of God University - Football
Hunter Harris - Kansas Jayhawks - Football
Garrett Hyles - Colorado School of Mines - Football
Jack McAdams - Colorado School of Mines - Football
Matthew McCartney - Hardin Simmons University Cowboys - Football
Patrick Peek - University of New Mexico Lobos - Football
Cailey Bills - Mid American Christian University Oklahoma - Girls Soccer
Haley Knesek - Lubbock Christian - Girls Soccer
Maddie Lozano - Texas A&M Corpus Christi - Girls Soccer
Kara Williams - Friends University Falcons - Girls Soccer
Lane Vidaurri - North Carolina Sports University - Boys Soccer
Hallie Smith - Centenary College of Louisiana - Softball
La’Kryshna Johnson - Navarro College - Softball
Jacob Ashkinos - Cisco College - Baseball
Cheer tryouts are coming soon! If you are interested in trying out for cheerleader please sign up on the list outside the counseling office.
There will be a mandatory meeting for students and parents on Tuesday, February 16 at 6:00 in the DLC.
If you have questions please see Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Myser or Mrs. Jones.
Congratulations to Brandon Raettig! Brandon submitted this poster drawing to the Lions Club Drug Awareness Poster Contest and brought home 1st place, which included a $100 gift card. Way to go Brandon!
Five AHS members of school's Future Business Leaders of American chapter attended the Area Conference at Central High School in Keller last week, and all came home with medals! Erin Weiss was elected Area 7 president for next year. She and her partner Gracie Pulliam placed first in the Public Service Announcement competition. Rebecca Tague placed second in Public Speaking, and the Dobransky brothers brought home a first-place medal in Sports and Entertainment Management. Sixteen other high schools in the area attended the competition. Special congratulations to these students!
Photo ID: Brandon Dobransky, Austin Dobransky, Erin Weiss, Rebecca Tague and Gracie Pulliam
Presenting Mr. and Miss AHS 2016, Ben Lawley and Haylee Reed. Haylee has attended Aledo schools since second grade. Her favorite subject is theatre and she hopes to pursue theatre and continue making magic on stage. Ben has attended Aledo schools since kindergarten. He plans to attend Baylor University and double major in Entrepreneurship and Marketing. Congratulations to Haylee and Ben!
Individual winners were: Amanda Miller (First), Computer Apps; Daniel Chruscielski (First) Computer Science and (Third) Spelling; Grace Holt (First) Lit Crit; Isabella McConley (Third) Lit Crit; Kiersten Hart (Second) Headline Writing; Hannah Jackson (First) News Writing and (Third) Feature Writing; Kelly Marshall (Second) Persuasive Speaking; Drew Ingram (Second) Science and (Third) Social Studies: Perry Hurd (Third) Social Studies; Garrett Schmidt (First) Social Studies; Joe Barbeau (Third) Computer Science; and Brenna Young (Second) Lincoln Douglas Debate.
On Tuesday, January 19, Chicken Express provided lunch for the high school teachers and staff. What a great unexpected show of support and tasty lunch. Please support our local Chicken Express as they support our Aledo Schools.
Parents are welcome to visit our school. For the safety of those within the school and to avoid disruption of instructional time, all visitors must report to the main office and sign in, and must comply with all applicable district policies and procedures.
AHS Main Number: 817-441-8711
Attendance Office: 817-441-5126
Counselors Office: 817-441-5170
Principal's Secretary: 817-441-5158
Fax Number: 817-441-5136