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  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ARYSSA CRUZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ARYSSA CRUZ
    Parents: Priscilla and Joe Cruz

    Educational/Future Plans: I plan on attending the University of Texas at Austin in the fall. I aim to earn a bachelor’s
    degree in Physiology, while minoring in the Pre-Optometry courses that they offer. Once I achieve that goal, I will transfer to the University of Houston of Optometry, where I will receive a doctorate in optometry.

    Clubs or Officer Positions: I am a four-year varsity member on the swim team, in HOSA, a member of Senior Class, and the treasurer for National Honor Society.

    Accomplishments/Honors: I have had all ‘A’ honor roll throughout high school, gone to state two years for history fair, am a four-year coyote scholar, three-year regional qualifier for swim, two-year fighting heart award recipient for swimming, and I was nominated for the Corpus Christi Caller-Times/Citgo Distinguished Scholars.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - RICARDO RAUL MARTINEZ III
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - RICARDO RAUL MARTINEZ III
    Parents: Rick & Jessica Martinez

    Education Plan: I plan to attend Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, and pursue a degree in education. I plan to receive my Bachelors Degree in English, soon after pursue my Masters, and ultimately receive my Doctoral Degree in Educational Leadership.

    Clubs and Extracurricular Activities: Alice High School Marching Band (4 Years), One Act Play (4 Years), Skills U.S.A. Education Chapter, T.A.F.E. (Texas Association of Future Educators). PALS (Peers, Accepting, Learning, and Sharing)

    Accomplishments and Honors: Drum Major of the Alice High School Marching Band, President of Skills U.S.A. Education Chapter, President of T.A.F.E.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ANTONIO NAVARRETE
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ANTONIO NAVARRETE
    Parents: Cesar and Mariselda Navarrete

    Educational or Future Plans: My ambition is to move back to Illinois, during the summer of 2018, which is where I plan to attend college. I will major in Architectural Design at the University of Illinois Champagne Urbana.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: I have dedicated my time and effort to the Alice High School marching band and Honors band for four years.

    Accomplishments/Honors: I have been a part of the Coyote Scholars for three years, and I hope to be in it my senior year. I've also been enrolled in pre-ap and AP core classes since the 7th grade. I also survived AP chemistry l, and now I will take on AP physics.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Greg Rodriguez
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Greg Rodriguez
    Parent: Lisa Cisneros

    EDUCATIONAL PLANS: I plan on furthering my education at either the University of Texas at Austin or the University of Incarnate Ward.

    CLUBS AND POSITIONS: NHS, Soccer, Diving, and Captain of the Alice High School Cheer Squad

    ACCOMPLISHMENTS/HONORS: Second Team All-State in Diving, Top All-American Cheerleader, Coyote Scholar, MVP Diving 2015-2017, and AHS Cheer Leadership Award
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - HANNAH HAYSLIP
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - HANNAH HAYSLIP
    Parents: Elice and Clay Hayslip

    Educational or Future Plans: Next fall I plan to attend Texas A&M University at College Station and graduate with a degree majoring in animal science.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: I have been on the Alice Varsity Swim Team for four years along with being a part of the Alice Swim Team since I was about five years old. I am also currently an AHS Varsity cheerleader and have participated in this sport for four years as well.

    Accomplishments/Honors: Some accomplishments I have acquired over the years are having been members of both NJHS and NHS, I am also going to be a 4 year Coyote Scholar. I have been the MVP for the high school swim team for three years as well as being recognized as All District and All Regions for three years. I have also medaled at state for the summer swim team for three years and currently hold the title for the 50 butterfly. I also attended the State Games of America in which I have 3 top five finishes and a first place in a relay. I am also a certified lifeguard and have been for two years.

  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - LINDEN MOORE
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - LINDEN MOORE
    Parents: Bruce and Valerie Moore

    Clubs and Officer Positions: NHS Parliamentarian, PALS (2 years), TAFE, Varsity Cheerleader, Member Church of Christ Youth Group

    Accomplishments/Honors: National Honor Society (3 years), NCA All-American Cheerleader, CPR certified
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - MATTHEW GALLEGOS
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - MATTHEW GALLEGOS
    Parents: Graciano and Laura Salinas

    Education or Future Plans: I plan to attend a University where I hope to double-major in Music Education and Performance.

    Clubs and Officer Positions:
    ○ Trombone Section Leader (3 years)
    ○ PTSA Parliamentarian (2 years)
    ○ NHS Member (1 year)
    ○ Mariachi (4 years)

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    ○ Honors Band (4 years)
    ○ District/Region band (3 years)
    ○ Coyote Scholar (4 years)
    ○ State-achieving Trombone Quartet
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - LEAH FUENTES
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - LEAH FUENTES
    Parents- George and Rebecca Fuentes

    Education plans: I plan to further my education at Baylor University in Waco, Texas and receive my Master of Business Administration degree with plans to someday open my own business.

    Clubs & Positions: I am a four year Varsity Cheerleader and the Co-captain of this years
    cheerleading squad. I am a 4 time All-American cheerleader and received an invitation to tryout for the National Cheerleading Association (NCA) staff. 2016-2017 Junior Class Vice-President, NHS Member, Varsity Soccer, PALS Member and TAFE Participant.

  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - GABRIELLA CANALES
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - GABRIELLA CANALES
    Parents: Adan & Elizabeth Canales

    Educational and Future Plans: My future plans are to attend either Texas A&M University College Station, or University of Texas at Austin. If accepted to Texas A&M University I plan on getting a degree in Allied Health, then continuing my masters degree to become an Occupational Therapist. If accepted into University of Texas, I plan on majoring in Public Health, graduating with that degree than going further for my masters in Occupational Therapy.

    Clubs/Officer Positions:
    Jr. Class Treasurer 2016-2017
    NHS Secretary 2017-2018
    HOSA Member
    Interact Active Member
    Athletics

    Accomplishments and Honors:
    Top 20, ranked 12
    4 year varsity returner in
    -volleyball
    -softball
    -golf
    2 year varsity
    -powerlifting
    -golf
    History fair regional qualifier
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ROSE TORRES
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ROSE TORRES
    Parents: Betty and Hector Villarreal and the late Benjamin Torres

    Educational or Future Plans: Next fall, I plan to attend the University of Texas at Austin to major and graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Rhetoric and Writing. In Austin, I hope to enhance my craft and fulfill my purpose of healing and moving people through my words.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: I am currently the President of the Interact Club, a volunteer-based community service group, and the Vice President of the National Honor Society at Alice High School. I have also participated in Academic Decathlon, UIL Debate, UIL Poetry and Prose, and am a lector at St. Joseph's Catholic Church.

    Accomplishments/Honors: Attending the New York University Pre-College Program, I was awarded with the Darlene Forrest Award for excellence in the Expository Writing Program and will be published under Notable Mentions for an essay I wrote over the summer. I have had the honor of winning a State Championship in Academic Decathlon in 2016, receiving a bronze medal in Interview (2016) and a gold medal in Speech at a State Meet (2017). I am a four year Coyote Scholar (ranked valedictorian), have won a Rotary Speech Scholarship, and have attended the RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards).
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - JAVI MARTINEZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - JAVI MARTINEZ
    Parents: Misty and Johnny Martinez

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to major in both biomedical engineering and neuroscience so that I can become a Neuro engineer in the future.

    Accomplishments/ Honors: In my freshman year, along with my team we won the Academic Octathlon region and state championship. In the next year in Decathlon, we won the region and state competitions as well. In my junior year, we managed to advance to state but did not win it.

  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Alyssa Sauceda
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Alyssa Sauceda
    Parents: Rene and Rebecca Sauceda

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to move to Austin, TX to further my education in Nursing at UT, receiving a Master’s Degree of Science in Nursing (MSN). I plan to become a Nurse Practitioner with a specialty I’ll soon find out with experience.

    Clubs and Officer Positions:
    - NHS President
    - 2 year Marching Band Section Leader
    - Jr. Class Historian
    - HOSA
    - 4 year Honors Band
    - Interact Club
    - Athletics

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    - Attended Camp RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards)
    - Top 20, ranked 5
    - USASkills Basic Health Care (State Qualifier)
    - Hosted AHS 3rd Annual Film Festival @ South Texas Art Museum (2017)

Graduation Portal

about 1 year ago


The Institute of Public School Initiatives has produced videos providing parents and students information about the new graduation requirements. 
 
One video is for parents of the 8th grade students informing them about incoming changes and requirements for their children during the first phase of HB 5 implementation.
 
Another Video is geared toward informing 8th grade students about the five endorsement options. 

College Financial Aid

9 months ago