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Alameda High School's 60th Reunion on Tap

Aug 31,2017

The Alameda High School class of 1957 is hosting its 60th class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 23 at the Elks Rathskeller, 2255 Santa Clara Avenue, use the rear entrance on the lower level.

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Scholarship Applications Available

Jan 12,2016

Applications are now open for the $5,000 Ken and Shirley Van Sickle Scholarship. This college scholarship is open to graduating seniors from the city’s public high schools who are also residents of Alameda.

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Courtesy photo - Devon Yee, a recent graduate of Alameda High, recently led a team of fellow students in producing a mural. She drew the concept sketch, presented the project before library officials and put together a team of artists to make it happen. The design incorporates an image of Alameda City Hall.

Teens Unveil Mural at Main Library Sunday

Jun 19,2014

For the past month, a group of teenage artists have been hard at work at the Alameda Free Library. The teens designed and painted an entire mural themselves, despite having no prior mural experience.

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Photo by Maurice Ramirez

Congratulations, Classes of 2014

Jun 19,2014

Graduates of the Class of 2014 celebrate the receipt of their diplomas last Saturday, June 14, at Encinal High School. St. Joseph Notre Dame High School graduated on May 31 and Island High on Thursday, June 12.

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Danielle Simpson cruises past a Petaluma defender in Alameda Attack’s 12-4 victory earlier this season. Courtesy photo.

Alameda Attack Lacrosse Team Enters Tournament

May 08,2014

New local team to compete in Northern California Junior Lacrosse meet

The Alameda Attack high school women’s lacrosse team has qualified for the Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association (NCJLA) championship tournament in its inaugural season.

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Baseball Season in Bloom

Apr 10,2014

With the spring season in full bloom Alameda high school athletes have made their treks from the basketball courts and soccer fields to the baseball diamonds.

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Olivia Woods Encinal High School senior Julian Mendoza works at his desk. He will be heading for MIT in the fall, the first member of his family to attend college.

From the Nailhouse to MIT

Apr 03,2014

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a top- ranked university that students dream of attending. Out of the 18,357 students who applied for admission to the 2014 freshman class, the Institute admitted 1,419 students, pegging the admission rate at 7.7 percent.

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Help Stamp Out Malaria

Apr 03,2014

The Red Cross clubs at Alameda’s high schools are currently raising funds for Nothing But Nets, a nonprofit organization dedicated to sending mosquito nets to Sub-Saharan Africa.

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