ALHS News

Football manager leaves mark, huge spot to fill at season’s end

Monday, November 4th, 2013

By Kayley Stutson

The Spectrum Staff Writer

Arriving promptly for football practice, he lugs equipment on to the field and oversees the maintenance of players’ gear.

He is the first one on and the last one off the field everyday. This is a job ideally for three people, but completed by one. This routine is finished daily from the month of June to November without any pay. However, …Read More

Shoremen, Shoregal athletes play through the pain for chance at glory

Monday, November 4th, 2013

By Henry Redman

The Spectrum Staff Writer

Athletes are known for their amazing feats of toughness and strength. Take Arizona Cardinals Safety Rashad Johnson who lost part of his middle finger while making a tackle. When he took his glove off, the finger stayed in his glove. The amazing part is that he played the rest of the game.

Although Shoremen athletes’ injuries may not be quite as …Read More

ALHS students start senior project

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Avon Lake High School’s Senior Project is a rewarding opportunity for students to shadow a specific career of their choice the last three weeks of the school year. This experience is to help aid students in their future career decisions.

Osiecki brings practiced hand to The Press

Friday, May 13th, 2011

Avon Lake

At age 18 and on her way to college at Ohio University this fall, Avon Lake High School senior Amelia Osiecki is interning for three weeks at The Press building her senior project.

Amelia Osiecki

“I’ve always had a passion for writing,” said Osiecki, tracing that interest back to a seventh-grade, second place finish in a Power of the Pen competition. Ohio University is well …Read More

Avon Lake enters Junior Achievement Competition

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

The team makes preparations for the presentation

Avon Lake High School’s marketing class competed against six other companies in a Junior Achievement Company Program Competition at the Cleveland State University Student Center on Tuesday May 10.

The Lorain Arts Academy, Gilmour, Holy Name, Hoover, and North Ridgeville were among Avon Lake’s competitors.

Junior Achievement requires students to create a product or service …Read More