• TEEN OF THE WEEK - MANUEL MUNOZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - MANUEL MUNOZ
    Parents: Daniel and Joanna Munoz

    Educational/Future plans: I plan to attend Sam Houston State University at Huntsville, Texas to study forensic chemistry.

    Club/Officer Positions: Thespian society, Drama club, Boy scouts of America, Life teen at Our Lady of Guadalupe

    Accomplishments/Honors: Order of the Arrow in Boy Scouts, Eagle Scout rank, Junior Citizen of the year nominee, & top 10% of class
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - REGAN BELTRAN
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - REGAN BELTRAN
    Parents Mrs & Mr. Aris Beltran III

    Educational or Future Plans:
    I plan to attend college at Texas A&M Corpus Christi in the fall to get my major in business, and my minors in dance and entrepreneurship. I then plan to open my own dance studio.

    Clubs and Officer Positions:
    ● 3 year Band Member (Flute)
    ● 4 year Southern Pride Strutter
    ● South Texas Youth Congress member
    ● Jr class
    ● NHS member
    ● Pals

    Accomplishments/ Honors:
    ● State Marching Band competition contestant (2014)
    ● Lieutenant Colonel of the Strutters (2015-2016)
    ● Colonel of the Strutters(2016-2017)
    ● Jr. citizen of the year nominee
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ALEAH EDWARDS
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ALEAH EDWARDS
    Parent : Pixie Edwards

    Educational/Future Plans: I plan to attend Texas A&M-Kingsville and pursue a degree in Communication Disorders and become a Speech Language Pathologist.

    Clubs: PALS- Junior and Senior year

    Accomplishments/Honors: 4-year letterman Varsity Soccer, All Academic- Soccer (3 years), First Team All District Midfielder (Junior year), Team Captain (Senior year)
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ORLANDO MENDOZA
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ORLANDO MENDOZA
    Parents: Orlando Mendoza and Carmen Mendoza

    Educational and Future plans: I plan to study Music Education at Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi and go to the University of Texas at Austin for my masters in Music performance for trombone.

    Clubs and officer positions: Honors Band (2 years)

    Accomplishments/ Honors: All-District Band (4 years), All-Region Band (3 years), Area (2 years)
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - JILLIAN VILLARREAL
    TEEN OF THE  WEEK - JILLIAN VILLARREAL
    Parents: Trisha and Jesse Villarreal

    Educational Plans/Future: I will be graduating with the highest diploma at AHS known as Distinguished. I plan on attending Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to obtain a degree in health science. In the future. I want to pursue a career as an NICU Nurse. I want to have the opportunity to help make sure the babies of the future are nursed to health and are able to bring joy to the world. I think every family, and every mother deserves the joy of their infant being happy and healthy, and that is what I want to help them with.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: I am in the Alice High School Honors Band playing trumpet, and was also the trumpet section leader for the AHS Marching Band. I was also a part of the Alice High School Swim Team and was a 4 year letterman. I participated in District, and Regionals, and medaled in both competitions. I am also a member of the National Honor Society and have completed over eighty hours in my time being in the organization.

  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - CAMERON GELISTA
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - CAMERON GELISTA
    Parents: Sam Gelista and Lisa Gelista

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to attend Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi in the fall of 2017. I plan to major in Communications with a minor in Dance.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: HOSA, TRIO, and Journalism

    Accomplishments/Honors: I received the Outstanding TRIO Participation Award for 2017, The Ballet Standout Scholarship from NUVO Dance Convention, and I’m going to graduate high school with 21 college hours.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - SAMANTHA ESPINOZA
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - SAMANTHA ESPINOZA
    Parents: Gerardo Espinoza and Christine Espinoza

    Educational or Future Plans: My future plans are to receive a Bachelor Of Science in Nursing from Texas A&M University and continue on to become a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner or a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: 4 year Honor Band member, Drumline Section Leader for the Alice High School Marching Band, National Honor Society member, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) member, and Corpus Christi Wind Symphony performer.

    Accomplishments/Honors: I am a four year member of the Alice High School Marching Band which qualified for State in 2014. I am also a four year member of the Alice High School Concert Band which was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City also in 2014. Also, I was a District History Fair Qualifier in 2016. I am CPR certified through the American Heart Association, and I have been certified as a Nursing Assistant as well this past year. I am also ranked in the top 10% of my class, ranked at number 26. Lastly, during the summer of 2016, I attended a System Blue Camp for drumline and received an award for Most Outstanding Performer.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - CHRISTIANA VILLEGAS
    TEEN OF THE WEEK  - CHRISTIANA VILLEGAS
    Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Alex and Christina Villegas

    Education/Future Plans: I want to study elementary education at Texas A&M San Antonio.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Skills USA Chapter President, Texas Association of Future Educators Chapter Vice-President, FCCLA Chapter President 2016, Culinary Arts Year III Student, PALS, FFA Chapter Member, Honors Band Member, National Honor Society Member, GEAR UP Ambassador

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    ● TAFE State Qualifier 2017, 2016
    ● Area 10 Grand Champion UIL Marching Band Area 10; 2016, 2013
    ● Coyote Scholar 2014, 2015
    ● FCCLA State Qualifier 2016
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - JOSEPH RAMOS
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - JOSEPH RAMOS
    Parents: Rita & Robert Ramos Sr.

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan on attending the University of Texas San Antonio, to study kinesiology and one day become the head coach of a successful high school football team and create my own legacy.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: I am a member of PALS, I am a member of NHS. I am on the Varsity baseball team and I am also a member of the Alice FFA.

    Accomplishments/Honors: I got inducted into the NHS my sophomore year and have been a member for the past 2 years. I was a 3 year letterman for football. I also threw shot put on varsity for the track and field team and I am currently on Varsity for the baseball team. I was Academic All-State this year for my football team along with 5 other players.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ALYSSA LARA
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ALYSSA LARA
    Parents: Jesus and Rebekah Lopez

    Educational/Future Plans: After high school, I plan on going to school to become a Radiology Associate.

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    • JCDA president for 2 years
    • Varsity softball 2 years
    • Our Lady of Guadalupe Jamaica queen
    • Lady Coyote Powerlifter
    • Varsity Football student Athletic Trainer
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - GLORIA VIVANCO
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - GLORIA VIVANCO
    Parents: Jose Vivanco, Graciela Vivanco

    Educational or Future plans:
    Become a licensed cosmetologist, and a registered medical assistant

    Clubs and office positions:
    National Honor Society

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    Becoming a licensed cosmetologist by the time I graduate
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ANDRES BARRIOS
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ANDRES BARRIOS
    Parents: Art and Margie Barrios

    My educational plans are to attend Texas A&M Kingsville and major in Kinesiology with a minor in Special Education. I was awarded the Presidential Scholarship for 4 years and I will have the opportunity to play football at TAMUK.

    I have completed 32 college hours from Coastal Bend College and will be receiving a Marketable skills certificate in Welding from the college. I am a member of the National Honor Society for 2 years, Fellowship of Christian Athletes for 2 years, PALS mentor program, and Altar Server for St. Joseph Catholic church. As a two year Varsity Quarterback, I was named All District first team and Academic All-State this year. I was awarded the Dave Campbell Magazine Mr. Texas Football Player of the Week for Week 11.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - KYRA CARR
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - KYRA CARR
    Parents: William Carr and Donna Carr

    Educational or future plans:
    I plan to attend Texas A&M Corpus Christi to earn my BSN, and become a registered nurse.

    Clubs and officer positions:
    NHS, Interact club, athletics, FFA

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    All academic athlete, placed 2nd in area talent show
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - JOSE ZAMORA
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - JOSE ZAMORA
    Parents: Jorge & Leticia Zamora

    Educational or future plans: I plan on attending Texas A&M Galveston in the fall and then transferring to College Station a year later. I plan to major in Mechanical Engineering.

    Clubs and Officer positions:
    ● Band
    ● Baseball
    ● NHS

    Accomplishments/Honors
    ● Two time Octathlon State Champion,
    ● State Marching band competition contestant (2014)
    ● Honors band
    ● Two year Baseball Varsity letter
    ● Twenty Four college credit hours
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - BRENDA RIOJAS
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - BRENDA RIOJAS
    Parents: Ruben and Belinda Riojas

    Educational and Future Plans:
    I will be studying Early Childhood Education at Texas A&M University Kingsville and also be cheering on their All-Girl Cheerleading Squad. In the future I plan to teach elementary school children.

    Clubs and Officer Positions:
    I am a part of the AHS Cheerleading Program, Alice High School Band Program, the National Honors Society (NHS) and the St. Joseph CCD program. In the AHS Cheer program, I was a four-year cheerleader, in which I had the opportunity to be the Junior Varsity Co-Captain my sophomore year and experienced two years on the Varsity team. In the band program, I was a four-year member in both, marching and concert season. I was also chosen to be the clarinet section leader, my senior season. In the National Honors Society, I was inducted at the end of my sophomore year, and by the end of my junior year, I was voted by my peers to be the NHS Treasure. I am also a 12 year CCD student at the St. Joseph Catholic Church.

    Accomplishes and Honors:
    At my four years of attending Alice High School, I had several accomplishments first being with the Alice High School Marching band being a part of the winning UIL Area G Marching Band Championship in 2013, which allowed us to march at the State
    Championship Competition. In 2013 I was awarded “Most Improved Cheerleader” by my cheer coaches. I also was awarded two-year NCA and UCA All-American Cheerleader nominee and a UCA Pin-It-Forward Recipient. I was also able to accomplish 21 hours of college credit. I accomplished my long term goal of going one full school year with straight A’s and perfect attendance, which has led me to be in the top 10% of my class.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - LIANA L. CADENA
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - LIANA L. CADENA
    Parents: Nydia Cantu & Orlando Cadena

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to attend the CIA (Culinary Institute of America) in San Antonio, Texas.

    Clubs and Officers Positions: TAFE president, Skills USA treasurer, Colorguard captain, President of Brush Country 4-H

    Accomplishments/Honors: UIL State Marching Band Qualifier(2014), Skills USA State
    Qualifier(2016 & 2017), TAFE State Qualifier(2016 & 2017) FCCLA State Qualifier (2016) and Serve Safe Certified
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - LIANDRA WINFREY
    TEEN OF THE WEEK -  LIANDRA WINFREY
    Mother: Anissa Benavides

    Educational or Future Plans: I’m going to Texas A&M Kingsville and have been accepted into their music program, majoring in music education with a minor in mathematics. After college I would like to be teaching at an elementary and slowly work my way up to high school.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Parliamentarian for student council, NHS, T.A.F.E, Interact club

    Accomplishments and Honors: Once received gold in Solo and Ensemble, Accepted into Kingsville music program and NHS Member
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - MIKAELA NUNEZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - MIKAELA NUNEZ
    Parents: Monica Perez and Caesar Nunez

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to attend UT in the fall where I will study psychology. I then plan to attend law school.

    Clubs and Officer Positions:
    o Band
    o Strutters/Drill Team (Was Lieutenant Major my junior year)
    o Student Council
    o NHS
    o Junior Class (Was Treasurer my junior year)
    o Business Professionals of America
    o Skills USA
    o Interact Club

    Accomplishments/Honors
    o National Honor Society
    o State Qualifier for Business Professionals of America
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: ALYSSA GUERRA
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: ALYSSA GUERRA
    Parents: Mother - Eliana Trevino-Rodriguez, Father -Ruben Guerra, Step-father - Juan Rodriguez Jr.

    Educational or Future Plans: Attend Texas State University and study Radiation Therapy

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Varsity Volleyball and Powerlifting

    Accomplishments/Honors: 2 year powerlifting lettermen, 15 dual credit hours, and ranked in the top 20% of my class
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: JOSE SANCHEZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: JOSE SANCHEZ
    Parents: Carolina Figueroa & Jose Sanchez

    Educational or Future plans: To attend Texas A&M University Kingsville and obtain a degree in Biomedical Science, then extend my education and attend pharmacy school to receive a degree in pharmacy, and pursue a career as a Pharmacist.

    Clubs: HOSA club, DECA club, Peer tutoring

    Accomplishments/Honors: 29 credit hours to be obtained upon high school graduation, 2017 Junior Citizen of the year nominee, Ronald Reagan Student Leader Award
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: CYNDY OLIVARES
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: CYNDY OLIVARES
    Parents: Josefina C. Olivares & Roman Olivares Jr.

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan on attending Coastal Bend College for two years, then transferring to Texas A&M in Corpus Christi and enrolling into the anesthesiology program.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: 4 year Sports Medicine student; G.E.M.S. club president 2015-2016; 2 year Choir Student; Senior Class Secretary

    Accomplishments/ Honors: History Fair Regionals; 3 year letterman
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: D’Andre Evans
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: D’Andre Evans
    Parents: Tiffany Phenix, Clyde Evans

    Educational/Future Plans: Go to college, Graduate from college and become a CRNA (certified nurse of anesthesia)

    Clubs: NHS, HOSA, Varsity Basketball

    Accomplishments/Honors: NHS inductee, District Honorable Mention sophomore and junior year, 1st team all district and all-academic team senior year
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: JUSTIN RODRIUGEZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: JUSTIN RODRIUGEZ
    Parents : Lisa and Travis Miller

    Educational or Future Plans : Going to Schreiner University to attain my Exercise Science degree and play collegiate soccer

    Accomplishments/Honors : 2015-2016 Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year Recipient, State Qualifier for Swimming, Presidents Cup State Champion w/ Dynamo team, Varsity Soccer Captain 2016-2017 season

    Clubs : National Honor Society, Varsity Soccer Team, and Houston Dynamo Coastal Bend Academy soccer team
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ELENA KAMAUNU
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ELENA KAMAUNU
    Parents : Doris Quijas (Mother) and Aaron Kamaunu (Father)

    Education and Future Plans : I plan to become a music education major and minor in music performance. I hope to help the future generation grow creatively in the fine arts and show them the joy in what I love, music. After I become a Band Director and work for a while, I hope to play my instrument for a living and hope to travel the world, experiencing new things. Then once it is time to retire, I will hope to go back to places I loved visiting and go again with the money I have saved over the years.

    Accomplishments :
    ● TMEA District level on Bb Clarinet- 4 years
    ● TMEA Region level on Bb Clarinet- 3 years
    ● TMEA Area level on Bb Clarinet- 1 year
    ● National History Fair Day- State level- 1 year
    ● President of the Alice Interact Club
    ● Member of the National Honors Society
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: VICTORIA RAMIREZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: VICTORIA RAMIREZ
    Parents: Bert Ramirez and Linda Cantu

    Educational or Future Plans: I have recently been accepted to Texas State University and will be attending in the fall of 2017. I plan to attend Texas State’s, St. David’s School of Nursing receive my Bachelors degree of Science in Nursing, then continue my education and become a Nurse Practitioner.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: HOSA member and officer at large

    Accomplishments/Honors: I am currently ranked within the top 12% of my class and will graduate in May with a total of 34 college credits. I cheered on the varsity squad my freshman year, became CPR certified as I completed the Health Science Tech course and was inducted into National Honor Society my junior year.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: ERICA BREEANN GARCIA
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: ERICA BREEANN GARCIA
    Parents : Alfredo and Victoria Garcia

    Education or future plans: I plan on attending Texas A&M University-College Station where I plan on majoring in Biology, then continuing my education in Nuclear Medicine/Radiology.

    Clubs/Organizations :
    ● National Honor Society
    ● PALS
    ● TAFE
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: GRACIELA CORTEZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: GRACIELA CORTEZ
    Parents: Marco Cortez and Herminia Cortez

    Educational or Future Plans: My future plan is to attend two years of college to earn an associate's degree to be a Physical Therapist assistant. After earning my associate’s degree I plan to find a job as a Physical Therapist assistant and attend a 4- year university to earn a bachelor’s degree to become a Physical Therapist.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Alice Sports Medicine Co- Captain

    Accomplishments/ Honors: 3- year varsity letterman for football training, 2- year varsity letterman for baseball training

  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ERASMO TREJO-AGUILAR
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ERASMO TREJO-AGUILAR
    Parents: Erasmo Aguilar Jr , Loretta and Michael Nunez

    Educational or Future Plans: I have been accepted to Texas A&M Engineering program and I intend to become a mechanical engineer and relocate to Houston.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Alice FFA, Secretary of Alice FFA, Gear Up Ambassador, Wool Judging Team and Magic Club

    Accomplishments/Honors: Nation Honor Society Member, Varsity Track and Power lifting, Top 10% of my class and made it to State in Wool Judging
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - BENJAMIN VALERIO
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - BENJAMIN VALERIO
    Parents - Mr. and Mrs. Ruben and Linda Valerio

    Educational or future plans: After high school I plan to go to Texas A&M University Kingsville (in which I have been accepted to already) to study for a degree in Mechanical Engineering

    Clubs and officer positions:
    Trumpet Section leader for the Alice High School marching band , Member of the Alice High school Honors Band, Member of the Alice High School Mariachi band, Member of the National Honor Society, President of the Alice High school Robotics Club, Captain altar server at St. Josephs Catholic Church, and Captain of the Alice High School Varsity Soccer team

    Accomplishments/Honors: Freshman year going to the State Marching contest in San Antonio Texas; Playing a stellar concert Band performance in Carnegie Hall in New York; Being inducted into the National Honor Society and Being Accepted to Texas A&M University Kingsville
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: Marcella Chapa
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: Marcella Chapa
    Parents: Marco Chapa and Patricia Vidal Chapa

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to go to school for music performance. But would like to further my career and study music education at either Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi or Texas A&M University-Kingsville. I hope to one day have the opportunity to inspire young people to further their interest for music, just like my former flute teacher Ms. Yamaguchi did back in the sixth grade.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Throughout the years I have had my fair share of activities that I am still active or took an active role in. I am currently involved in the Interact Club, National Honors Society, Alice High School Marching and Honors Band, and the UIL Math Team. I have previously worked in Junior Class, Prom Crew, and Environmental Club.

    Accomplishments/Honors: All-State District Band qualifier (3 years), All-State Region Band qualifier (3 years), All-State Area qualifier (1 year), Flute Section Leader (1 year), Received a Division 1 in Solo & Ensemble (3 years), National Honors Society Inductee (10th). I am honored to say that I qualified for State Finals in History Fair last year in Austin, placing seventh in the state for a group performance about Women's Suffrage. For this accomplishment, I received a Board of Recognition Award for Distinguished Achievement.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Kaylyn Luna
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Kaylyn Luna
    Parents: Yvette and Gene Luna

    Educational or Future Plans: to attend Texas A&M University College Station under
    the Visualization program to become a multimedia animator/ artist and pursue my dream of working for Pixar Animation Studio

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Theatre Arts, NHS, AFJROTC

    Accomplishments/ Honors: member of the first group performance ever to advance to
    state finals for National History Fair in AHS history
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: MIA LOPEZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: MIA LOPEZ
    Parents: Monica and the late Michael Lopez

    Educational or Future Plans: Attend Texas Tech University to receive my Veterinary Technician certification.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Alice FFA Vice President, Honors Band flute, Pals, National Honor Society, Vacation Bible School Crew Leader, LINKS Retreat staff member, Edge staff member, Lifeteen staff member, F.L.A.M.E. staff member, Circle of Grace staff member, 10 year Altar Server.

    Accomplishments/Honors: Performed at Carnegie Hall with the Alice Honors Band, FFA Creed Speaking, FFA Radio Broadcasting team, Area qualifying FFA Ag Issues Team, FFA Livestock Judging Team (3 years), Texas FFA voting delegate, Texas FFA State Officer candidate, Alice FFA Treasurer (Junior Year), Alice FFA Vice President (Senior Team), CPR certification, Altar serving leader (red cord), Altar serving 10 years (purple cord), Received a 1 in Solo and Ensemble with a solo (2 years) and a flute quartet, Stock show 1st place and Reserve Division Champion
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: AUSTIN PEREZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: AUSTIN PEREZ
    Parents: Mrs. Sara A. Perez & Mr. Juan F. Perez

    Educational or Future Plans: A Professional Kicker for the NFL and study Sports Development

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Varsity Football, Varsity Soccer, and Band

    Accomplishments/Honors: Offensive Player of the Year (OPY) for soccer in 2016, Varsity Soccer & Football

  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: ADRIAN CANTU
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: ADRIAN CANTU
    Parents: Marion Deleon- Cantu and Adrian Cantu

    Educational or Future Plans:
    I intend to pursue a college degree of any sorts, Bachelor’s, Master’s, or even Doctorate’s, depending on the current situation or choices I’d be influenced by. I’ve applied to multiple colleges, to name a few; UT Austin, Texas A&M University, and Texas State. And plan to major in Agriculture Business & Management, or even a Liberal Arts degree. The way I see it, nothing is set in stone and if my mind may decide on another choice in the near future then must follow in its direction. I’m out to find the perfect job for me, one that I could go to everyday without ever actually feeling at work.

    Clubs and Officer Positions:
    As of this school year, the only club I actively participate in is Debate. In the spur of the moment, I joined the organization, and turns out it wasn’t a bad idea. In general, one could describe what we do as “controlled arguing”. I find much comfort in being able to logically argue my point in a controlled environment. Otherwise, one would argue with no purpose because too often the “debate” leads to anger and frustration. In this event, only the even-tempered competitors who stay right minded can actually win.

    Prior to Debate, however, I was involved with Academic Decathlon for the 2015-2016
    school year. This club is truly the one which taught me the most about being honest with myself, never letting ego stand in the way, and about the world that surrounds our isolated lives. It involves studying and prepping seven guides for the objective events, and practicing or rehearsing for 3 other subjective events- ten events in all. You study every day, seven days a week, for seven months of the school year- holiday breaks included. Extreme amounts of discipline, time, and energy are put into practices so that you may out score and beat every competitor possible.

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    For Academic Decathlon, I was regional champion, and helped the team in winning a State Championship for the first time in its 18 year long program. It was the first time in the nation’s history that a Title 1 school had accomplished such a thing. The State Senate, C.C. Caller Times newspaper, and local School Board recognized us for our academic achievements. Let's just say it was a big deal. More recently I was awarded the Corpus Christi Caller Times Distinguished Scholar Award, under the Achiever category. Of 260 applicants, only 40 were selected. So it was rather surprising when I was called into the office to be told that I had been selected. The newspaper displayed a rather affectionate article of my individual experience in it’s newspaper. And for this achievement, once again, I was recognized by the local School Board.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: ISAAC HERNANDEZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: ISAAC HERNANDEZ
    Parents: Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Hernandez

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to enroll in a nursing program to become an RN, then later specialize in pediatrics, and and pursue my career in working at a children's hospital.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: HOSA, NHS, PALS, Football, Baseball, Track

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    ● Captain of the Alice High School Football Team
    ● Ranked number 11 in my Senior Class
    ● 3 year letterman
    ● 2x All-Academic All District
    ● 2 Year NHS member
    ● 3x Coyote Scholar (Top 20)
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: DANIELA FLORES
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: DANIELA FLORES
    Parents: Ruben and Melissa Flores

    Educational or Future plans: My future plans are to go to college, either The University of Texas at Austin or Corpus Christi Texas A&M. I will pursue my BSN in Nursing, (Bachelor of Science.)

    Clubs/Officer positions: I am currently in two clubs, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) & National Honors Society (NHS). I've been a member in HOSA for two years, and I was inducted my sophomore year into NHS and I am now currently the Secretary of NHS.

    Accomplishments/Honors: Regional qualifier for history fair. State qualifier for history fair. Microsoft Certified. Advanced to state for marching band in 2013-2014. CPR Certified through the American Heart Association. Coyote Scholar (2 years.)
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: RENE YZAGUIRRE III
    TEEN OF THE WEEK: RENE YZAGUIRRE III
    Parents: Edna and Rene Yzaguirre Jr.

    Educational or future plans: I plan to study Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University College Station or Texas A&M University Kingsville.

    Clubs/Officer Positions:
    -UIL Math Team
    -Livestock Judging

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    -National Honor Society Inductee (11th)
    -Coyote Scholar (9th) (11th)
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK: MIKAELA MARTINEZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK:  MIKAELA MARTINEZ
    Parents: Mr. & Mrs. Armando Martinez

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to attend The University of Texas at Austin in the fall to major in Communication Sciences and Disorders to become a Speech Therapist.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: AHS Varsity Cheerleader (4 years), AHS Cheer Captain, AHS Honors band (4 years), AHS Marching Band (4 years), Flute Section Leader (2 years), National Honors Society Member (3 years), National Honors Society Parliamentarian, AHS Swim Team (4 years)

    Accomplishments/Honors: I am a four year Coyote Scholar, and currently ranked number three in my class. I was also a member of the AHS marching band which qualified for state in 2014, and was a Region band qualifier my freshman and sophomore year. I was also privileged to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City in 2014 with the Alice High School Honors Band. I have been selected as an All-American cheerleader for four consecutive years, and was offered to join the National Cheer Association Staff. I am a four year TISSCA qualifier, and a four year regional qualifier in swimming. Last year, I was the bronze medalist at the Regional swim meet in the 100 yard freestyle.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ISAAC RAMIREZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ISAAC RAMIREZ
    Parents: Charlotte and Gilbert Hernandez, Abel and Tabatha Ramirez

    Education or Future Plans: I plan to go to the University of Texas at Austin to receive my bachelor's in computer engineering.

    Accomplishments/Honors: Preforming at Carnegie hall, First chair in the Honors Band, Coyote Scholar (11th), Advanced to Region Band (3 Years), Calallen Marching band Grand Champions(12th), Advanced to state marching competition(9th)
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - REYGAN ALFARO
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - REYGAN ALFARO
    Parents: Rey Alfaro and Norma Alfaro

    Educational or Future Plans: My educational plans include going into a 4-year university to earn a degree in physical therapy and become a sports physical therapist

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Alice Sports Medicine Captain, FFA member, and a member of Dr. Noyola's Contemporary Media class

    Accomplishments/Honors: 4-year varsity letterman for football training, 2-year varsity letterman for basketball and baseball training
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Aaren Perez
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Aaren Perez
    Parents: Cheto and JoAnn Perez

    - Educational or Future Plans: I would like to graduate with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science with the help of Texas A&M University in College Station, which in turn, lead to a great job. I would also plan to pursue my swimming career outside of high school.
    - Clubs and Officer Positions: National Honor Society, Yearbook, Swim Captain.
    - Accomplishments/Honors: Coyote Scholar (10th, 11th), National Honor Society Inductee, MVP Swimming (9th, 10th, 11th), Coyote Heart in Track (10th), All District All Regional Track & Swimming Honorable Mention & All Academic.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - MIRANDA GONZALEZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - MIRANDA GONZALEZ
    Parents: Ruben and Ercilia Gonzalez

    Educational or Future Plans:
    At this point in time, I plan to attend a university and major in political science with a minor in criminal justice. After obtaining my bachelor’s degree, I plan to attend law school and become a criminal defense lawyer.

    Clubs and Officer Positions:
    Throughout my high school years I was involved in many organizations. These clubs include Spanish Club, the Junior Police Academy, Tennis, Track, National Honor Society, Symphonic Band, Color Guard, Junior Class, and PALS. I am currently an active member in Spanish Club, National Honor Society, Symphonic Band, Color Guard, and PALS. For the past three-years I have held the position of Color Guard squad leader. I’m also an active member at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. I have been an altar server at the OLG parish of 10 years now, assisted with the CCD program for the past two years, assisted in the production of the LINKS retreat for the past three years, and have helped with the EDGE and Lifeteen program for the high school students and middle school students.

    Accomplishment/Honors:
    I advanced to state in the Crime Scene event for SKILLS USA in 2015. I’m a 10 year altar server at Our Lady of Guadalupe, and I have been a group leader for the past two years. My freshmen year I was part of the state-qualifying AHS Marching Band. This was also the year that the AHS band became the 2013-2014 Area-G Champions. I’m a two-year member of the high school’s National Honor Society program. At this point in time I’m currently a 3-year Coyote Scholar, and I hope to become a 4 year coyote scholar this year.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - GABRIELA CEJA
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - GABRIELA CEJA
    Parents: Jesus and Teresa Ceja

    Future Plans: I wish to attend the University of Texas after high school. My future career goal is to become a physical therapist.

    Clubs and Awards: NHS member, FFA President (2015-2017), Coyote Scholar (freshman, sophomore, and junior year), band member (2013-2015 freshman and sophomore year), track freshman to senior year (varsity junior year), cross country (senior year), National Hispanic Scholar, alter server
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - SARAH MUNOZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - SARAH MUNOZ
    Parents: Santos A. Perez and the late Marcos Munoz Sr.

    Educational or future plans:
    My future plans are to attend The University of Texas at Austin to study psychology and business. I hope to one day open my own practice in the field of psychology.

    Clubs and Officer Positions:
    I have been a member of the Varsity theater team and Drama Club all four years of high school. I am currently involved in Senior Class, Interact Club, FFA, HOSA, Environmental Club, National Honor Society, and International Thespian Society. I have previously worked in Junior Class, Prom Crew, Choir, and One Act Play. I have also previously served as Arts Administrator for Drama Club.

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    I am honored to have qualified for State Finals in History Fair, receiving seventh place in the state for a group performance, for which I received a Board Of Recognition Award for Distinguished Achievement. Other honors include being a three-year Coyote Scholar and being inducted into the National Honor Society.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - ELIZABETH GUTIERREZ
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - ELIZABETH GUTIERREZ
    Parents: Ernest and Sylvia Gutierrez

    Educational or Future plans: Attend UTSA or Texas A&M University - College Station as a pre-med student majoring in biology

    Clubs and Officer Positions: FFA, HOSA, Interact club, and NHS

    Accomplishments/Honors: Academic Octathlon State Champion (2 years), Regional Champion History Fair (2 years), State Qualifier History Fair (2 years), Coyote Scholar (3 years), Former Member of Alice High School State Qualifying Marching Band
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Esai Cordova
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Esai Cordova
    Parents: Juan Rivadeneyra and Lynette Rivadeneyra, and Eli Cordova and Molly Cordova

    Educational or Future Plans:
    Attend University of Texas at Austin, studying Graphic Design and animation.

    Clubs and Officer Positions:
    Drama Club President, Historian of National Honor Society, Business Professionals of America Secretary, Band, Video Games Club

    Accomplishments/ Honors:
    Honorable Mention All-Star Cast (2 Years), Advancing Play Zone (2 years), Regional Business Professionals of America Champion (3 years) Business Professionals of America State Qualifier (3 Years), Regional Champion History Fair, Coyote Scholar (2 years) Super Smash Bros Tournament Champion
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Abimael Chapa
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Abimael Chapa
    Parents: Andreana and Jesse M. Chapa

    Educational/Future Plans: I plan on graduating from a university with a degree in Biomedical Engineering. Past graduation I look to continuing for a graduate degree in this field.

    Clubs/Officer Positions:
    • Video Game Club Member
    • Marching and Symphonic Band Member
    • Jazz Band Member
    • Altar Server
    • UIL Math Team
    • National Honor Society Member

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    • Coyote Scholar (10th, 11th)
    • Area Marching Band Champions (9th) Area Qualifier (11th)
    • UIL Symphonic Band Sweepstakes (9th, 10th, 11th)
    • National Honor Society Inductee (10th)
    • History Fair Regional Qualifier (11th)
    • History Fair State Qualifier (11th)
    • 10 Year Altar Server Award
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Trevor Carmona
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Trevor Carmona
    Parents: Lizette and Johnny Carmona

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to attend the University of Texas at Austin in the fall of 2017. After that, I plan to attend the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA in hopes to become a cardiothoracic surgeon at the UCLA Medical Center.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: I am a two year member of the National Honor Society. I am also an active member of the Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA). Also, I am a four year member of the Alice High School Honors Band and Marching Band. I was involved in theatre and the drama club my freshman and sophomore year, and I served as the Drama Club and Thespian President/Vice-President my sophomore year. Finally, I have been a two year member of the Alice High School Powerlifting team.

    Accomplishments/Honors: I am a four year Coyote Scholar. I have been the highest- ranked boy in the class of 2017 for three years and I hope to keep that position through my senior year of high school. I had the pleasure of being a part of the state-qualifying AHS band my freshman year, and I was an All-District band qualifier my junior year. I have been a two-year National History Fair Regional Qualifier and State Alternate. Lastly, I became CPR certified through the Health Science program at Alice High School.
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Ryley Priddy
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Ryley Priddy
    Parents: Andy and Missy Priddy

    Education/Future Plans: Even though my future is not completely planned yet, I plan to go to a university and obtain a degree in either law or engineering. Then, I plan to work towards a graduate degree.

    Club/Officer Positions:
    ● Colorguard Squad Leader
    ● Varsity Tennis Captain
    ● National Honor Society Member
    ● Symphonic Band member
    ● St. Elizabeth Altar Server
    ● Academic Octathlon
    ● Academic Decathlon
    ● UIL Math Team
    ● ACTS Retreat Team

    Accomplishments/Honors:
    ● AP Scholar Award
    ● National Hispanic Scholar
    ● Coyote Scholar (9th, 10th, 11th)
    ● Academic Octathlon State Champions (9th, 10th)
    ● Area Marching Band Champions (9th) and area qualifier (10th)
    ● UIL Sweepstakes in Marching Band (9th, 10th, 11th) and Symphonic Band (10th, 11th)
    ● National Honor Society Inductee (10th)
    ● History Fair Regional Qualifier (9th, 10th, 11th)
    ● Red Cross Altar Server Award (9th)
    ● 8 Year Altar Server Award
    ● 3rd and 4th place in JV District Tennis Doubles and other awards in freshman, JV, and Varsity tournaments
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Larissa Luna
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Larissa Luna
    Parents: Mari and Adan Gonzalez, and Zeke Jr. and Melissa Luna

    Educational or Future Plans: I plan to receive my Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and then continue my education and become a Nurse Practitioner.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: Vice President of National Honors Society, 3 year Section Leader in the Alice High School Marching Band, Secretary of the Hoppin’ 4H Club, Captain of Lady Coyote Varsity Soccer Team, HOSA

    Accomplishments and Honors: Coyote Scholar (3 years), Region Band Qualifier (3 years), Regional History Fair Qualifier (3 years), History Fair State Qualifier, All-Academic Soccer Team (2 years), Varsity Soccer MVP, Rotary Youth Leadership Award recipient, State Certified Nursing Aide
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Michael Torres
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Michael Torres
    Parents: Betty Torres and Hector Villarreal

    Educational or Future Plans: My plan is to study pharmacy. First, I plan to enroll in the Pre-­Pharmacy Program at Texas A&M University - Kingsville, then, God willing, be accepted to the University of Texas at Austin to obtain a PhD from the College of Pharmacy.

    Clubs and Officer Positions: President of Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Vice President of Interact Club, Drum Major, National Honors Society and UIL Math.

    Accomplishments/Honors: UIL State Marching Band Qualifier (9th Grade), New York City Carnegie Hall Soloist (9th Grade), Honors Band (4 years), All­-State District Band Soloist (4 years), All­-State Region Band Soloist (3 years), All-­State Area Band Soloist (1 year), Received a Division 1 in Solo & Ensemble (3 years), Coyote Scholar/Top 20 (3 years), Drum Major (2 years), Microsoft Office Specialist
  • TEEN OF THE WEEK - Autumn Flores
    TEEN OF THE WEEK - Autumn Flores
    Parents: David and Delfi Flores

    Educational or Future Plans: Attend University of Texas at Austin, studying computer science or computer engineering

    Clubs and Officer Positions: President of National Honor Society, Math UIL, Academic Octathlon and Decathlon

    Accomplishments/Honors: State Champion Academic Octathlon (2 years), State Champion Academic Decathlon, Team Captain Octathlon (10th grade), Regional Champion History Fair (2 years), State Qualifier History Fair (2 years), Coyote Scholar (3 years), Most Valuable Brain Award, Patriot’s Pen Essay Winner

Graduation Portal

11 months 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

5 months ago

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