AHS News Stories
The Community Based Vocational Instruction (CBVI) course at Allendale High School prepares students for their journey into the work world. Now in its fourth year, teacher Stefanie Torp teaches students how to manage the activities of daily living. Students also learn soft skills that help them become valued employees.
May 2 is Election Day. It is important to encourage eligible citizens to vote on Election Day. Remember: every vote counts and makes a difference! Please encourage everyone you know to vote on May 2. Thank you!
As the need for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) skills continues to be in high demand, more employers are collaborating with schools to encourage students to seek careers in STEM-related fields.
It's no secret attending high school prom can be expensive.
A 2015 VISA survey found the average U.S. family spent about $919 on prom, with families (or parents) covering 73 percent of the costs. While the same survey showed that prom spending has been on a downward trend since 2013, it remains a costly-but-important tradition. As a result, attending prom is simply out of the question for some students and families.
The TriSonics Robotics Team #4003 earned a berth to the World Championships during the Michigan State Championships held April 12 - 15 at Saginaw Valley State University. The TriSonics competed on the DTE Energy Foundation Field earning some impressive statistics including:
- Ranked 15 in Qualification
- Selected as the first pick on the #6 Alliance
- Alliance eliminated in the Quarter Finals after four matches.