The Caboose in Downtown Alliance has a new look thanks to our Caring Citizens in Steve Cabassa's art classes at Alliance High School! πŸ§‘β€πŸŽ¨ Last year, the caboose caught fire. As part of the restoration, all the windows were closed up to help prevent vandalism. The caboose is mainly used as a stage now for summer concerts. Rick Baxter, the president of the Alliance Chamber of Commerce, reached out and asked for art students to paint the windows of the caboose so it looked like people are inside dancing. πŸ’ƒ A group of six students were selected to complete the project They worked really hard and did an amazing job! Way to #RepthatA!
about 2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
students next to the finished caboose
students by the caboose
picture of one of the windows
picture of the caboose
The Alliance High School Boys Soccer Team is hosting a youth summer camp! Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/23mu3rnb #RepthatA
about 2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
youth soccer camp flyer
We only have a few more days left with our Aviators before they are off for the summer! The last day of school is this Friday! #RepthatA
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
last day of school - friday, may 24
Our final senior to recognize is Anna Eversdyke! She will be attending the University of Mount Union as an Investment Alliance Scholar where she plans to double major in psychology and music. During her time at AHS, she was involved in golf, academic challenge, jazz band, choralaires, marching band, student senate, class officer, key club, Jetsetters, National Honor Society President and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Congratulations, Anna! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Anna Eversdyke β€œOne piece of advice I have for the class of 2025 is to enjoy every moment. Senior year can be stressful so it’s important to remember to take a step back and appreciate every day.”
Lucius Rowser will be employed full time at Ohio Gratings as a welder/fabricator following graduation! During his time at AHS, he was involved in track, football, social justice club, leadership program and the welding career tech program. Congratulations, Lucius! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Lucius Rowser - β€œIf I had to give any kid In highschool some helpful advice I would say try your best to be more sociable. I used to not talk a lot, but as time went on I started to find more friends and it made me more confident as a person. I'm glad I started being kind and talking to everyone because now everyone knows me and I'm more than happy to pass by people and say hello.”
It's hard to believe, we will be saying goodbye to the amazing Class of 2024 πŸŽ“ on Sunday! We are proud of all the accomplishments our Aviators have made and we can't wait to see them thrive in all their future endeavors! ✈ The commencement ceremony will be livestreamed on Sunday at 2 pm for those unable to attend in person. It can be viewed here: https://tinyurl.com/3twrz6v6 A recording of the commencement ceremony can be purchased for $5 on DVD or digital download here: https://tinyurl.com/2zn2w3hn #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
picture of top 10 students
Eva Miller will attend the Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute to major in sustainable agriculture before finishing a bachelor's degree on the main campus! During her time at AHS, she was involved in soccer, jazz band, Jetsetters band, marching band, concert band, orchestra and the horticulture career tech program at Marlington. Congratulations, Eva! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Eva Miller β€œOne piece of advice that I'd offer the class of 2025 and whoever else is to follow any and all interests that you have because these will lead you to more opportunities that will make you feel fulfilled. Absolutely do not go into a career simply because it pays well.”
Adam Zumbar will be attending the University of Mount Union as an Investment Alliance Scholar following graduation! During his time at AHS, he was involved in football and National Honor Society. Congratulations, Adam! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Adam Zumbar β€œI will always remember the staff at AHS. The AHS staff makes education fun and a positive experience for all students.”
Jayce Crockett will be attending West Virginia University to study sports and exercise psychology! During his time at AHS, he was involved in basketball, student senate and served as class president. Congratulations, Jayce! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Jayce Crockett β€œOne teacher who left a major impact on me is Mrs. McKnight for sure. These past two years, Mrs. McKnight has done nothing but dedicate her time and effort to me and my classmates. She has gone above and beyond when making sure we are ready for that next step in life. I will forever be grateful for her.”
Aidan James plans to attend Kent State University to major in history education! During his time at AHS, he was involved in golf, marching band, concert band, pep band, jazz band, Jetsetter band, academic challenge and scouts. Congratulations, Aidan! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
AIdan james
Stop by Almost Heaven on Thursday to support the Aviator Sports Boosters! #RepthatA
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
fundraiser flyer
Mia Keppel will be attending Stark State College to become a physical therapy assistant! During her time at AHS, she was involved in many community service projects in order to build a stronger connection with the Alliance community. She has also worked as a curbside shopper, nanny and butterfly assistant. Congratulations, Mia! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Mia Keppel
It's hard to believe the last day for Seniors is just two days away! #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
collage of seniors
Ashley Barker plans to take classes to become an esthetician following graduation with a goal of working at a spa! During her time at AHS, she was involved in cheerleading. Congratulations, Ashley! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Ashley Barker β€œA piece of advice I have for the class of 2025 is to not slack off your senior year. You’re probably going to get senioritis, but that year is the most important. Stay focused while having fun, it pays off in the end :)”
Logan McCreedy plans to enter the workforce as an electrician following graduation! During his time at AHS, he was involved in football, swim and track. He also worked at Texas Roadhouse. Congratulations, Logan! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Logan McCreedy β€œOne piece of advice I have is you do not have to go to college to be successful. Just enjoy your time here in high school because it goes by fast. Make lots of friends. Everyone is nice in their own special way.”
Jayla Callock will be attending the University of Mount Union following graduation to study criminology/criminal justice! During her time at AHS, she was involved in track, basketball, cheerleading and 99th squadron. Congratulations, Jayla! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Jayla Callock β€œA staff member that has made a positive impact on me is Mr. sFontaine because he was always so supportive when it comes to me and the basketball team. He always says β€œHi” to me no matter what and he always asks how I’m doing or how my day is going. Mr. Fontaine is one of my biggest supporters. Not only does he play his role as a principal at Alliance, but he is also there to have a little bit of fun sometimes. Even if he is just messing with you ALL THE TIME.”
Sam Gress will attend Ohio University this fall to study telecommunications and information systems and minor in business! During his time at AHS, he was involved in baseball, basketball, football, golf, soccer, key club, National Honor Society and choir. He also managed his own lawn mowing business. Congratulations, Sam! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Sam Gress β€œJeff Graffice has made a positive impact on me during my time at Alliance High School. He has been my coach every single year I have been in high school, and he taught me the value of hard work, and kindness in the real world.”
NyJayah Jones plans to attend Youngstown State University this fall to study dental hygiene! During her time at AHS, she was involved in key club, National Honor Society, student senate and culture club. She also worked at Charlotte Russe. Congratulations, NyJayah! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
NyJayah Jones
The final concert of the 2024 Fine Arts Showcase is Thursday night at 7 pm! Stop by for a fun night full of jazz from the Alliance Middle School Jazz Band and the Alliance High School Jazz Orchestra. #RepthatA
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
jazz night
Kylie Haba will be attending Kent State University in the fall to study exercise science! During her time at AHS, she was involved in volleyball, club volleyball, softball, jazz band, key club, National Honor Society and the sports medicine career tech program. She also works as a shift manager at Almost Heaven Ice Cream. Congratulations, Kylie! πŸŽ“βœˆ #RepthatA #AHSClassof2024
2 months ago, Cheyanne Gonzales
Kylie Haba β€œOne thing I'll always remember about my time at Alliance High School is all the connections I've made over the years. I feel very safe and comfortable around all the teachers, and I've made so many friends that have been supportive of me and who I would be happy to call lifetime friends.”