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AHA Girls Soccer Schedule

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Girls Soccer Coach

Osta, Maggee
Health Teacher / Head Girls Track Coach / Head Girls Soccer Coach



AHA Guitar Director, Mark Opperman, announced that six Atrisco Heritage Academy High School students performed at the recent District VII Honors Guitar Festival at Del Norte HS.  The students were Wade Anderson, Xavier Safely, Alfonso Lerma, Giovanni Escamilla, Dominic Jojola and Angel Valverde. 


"Our students worked and performed alongside the best young guitar players in the city and earned that honor with their hard work and dedication to the guitar and my class," said Mr. Opperman.


Great job by our students.  Congratulations to them and Mr. Opperman.


The Jaguar Pride Marching Band earned high honors at both the Valencia HS Competition and Pageant of the Bands.  At Valencia, the band earned an overall superior rating for the first time in history.  They then followed up with a 3rd place finish in 4A and Best Soloist Award.  Overall, the band earned a 7th place finish out of 26 bands.


"The 2017 marching band season was very special for the Jaguar Pride Band!" said band director Christina Young.  "There were more students involved in the program than ever before. We have a great leadership team that helped to lead the band to success. I am so proud of their accomplishments this season and I can't wait to see what they bring next year!"


Congratulations to the Jaguar Pride Marching Band.


Congratulations to the following students who were nominated by staff members to be the Students of the Month for october, 2017


Faith Alatorre

Angel Anaya

Julian Cantu

Pedro Escalante

Alyssa Fuentes

Delilah Fuentes

Nicholas Hackworth

Aaron Murillo

Frida Montero

Evelyn Ortiz-Martinez

Vanessa Palacios

Bryza Pizano

Alexandra Ramirez

Omar Sanchez-Medina

Edmarie Vega

Sebastian Zubia


A ceremony honoring these students was held on October 25th in the AHA Courtroom.


Great job, everyone!!