Anna Grossklaus has been awarded the 2021 Impact Student.
Impact Student: Anna Grossklaus
Abby Chalmers, Staff Writer • May 13, 2021

It’s easy to meet a person once in passing and forget their name or face. If you see them again, you might not remember who they are. It might be on the tip of your tongue...

Gina Klennert, Tim Chalmers, Joseph Yoon, Kailey Boettcher, Abby Chalmers, Esther Yoon, Lucy Stay and Taya Jeffrey pose with their tile in front of the wall of inspiration. Many club members attended the event on Monday, April 12 to celebrate the clubs tile joining the wall. I think its a huge honor for our club, said Chalmers. It means the world to us to have been chosen even though we are still such a young club. It shows us that our efforts have had an impact on the students and the school, and thats what our goal has been all along.
Well-Being Club
A new club comes to ALHS and so does its positive impact.
Zoe Sadauskis, Editor • April 13, 2021

Maybe you've seen their Instagram, read a few blog posts, listened to their most recent podcast or maybe you have no idea what I'm talking about.  Many unlikable things...

Book Review: The Selection
Book Review: The Selection
Abby Chalmers, Editor • August 24, 2021

At this point, most people have heard of the TV show The Bachelor. Over two dozen women compete for the heart and proposal of one man over the course of several weeks. During...

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Jeffrey holds a sign made by one of her teammates after the game at Faribault High School. Many of her teammates and fans had created signs to commemorate her 1,000 point milestone. Shes the beast of the team, said Kendall Kenis, one of Jeffreys teammates.
Shooting For The Stars
Abby Chalmers, Staff Writer • March 13, 2021

High school is a time in a young person’s life when they have to start figuring out who they are and who they want to be. Many different kinds of opportunities present themselves,...

Athletes Recognized for Character
Alec Wendelboe, Business Manager • March 23, 2018

Albert Lea Tigers are no ordinary athletes. Tigers are defined by their integrity, dedication, pride, skill and their passion for their sports. Anyone can be an athlete but...

ALHS Students, clad in orange enjoy a successful day hunting during hunting season
Hunting Bonds Students
December 15, 2017
Bowling Team Takes Third
November 17, 2017
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Dear ALHS Staff,
Dear ALHS Staff,
Zoe Sadauskis, Editor • December 14, 2020

  The last few months have been stressful for everyone. No one has had it easy. As a senior applying to colleges, preparing for ACT testing and taking college courses,...

Speaking Up and Speaking Your Mind
Speaking Up and Speaking Your Mind
Zoe Sadauskis, Editor • December 10, 2020

Technology is an interesting thing for so many reasons.We have the ability to speak our minds; to say what we want without the feeling of being judged.  For example, look...

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Teacher Feature: Claire Bradley
Teacher Feature: Claire Bradley
Bethzaida Vazquez, Staff Writer • September 14, 2021

Albert Lea High School has welcomed new teachers and staff; one of these newcomers is counselor Claire Bradley.  Bradley comes from her hometown West Salem, Wisconsin,...

Teacher Feature: Janessa Jandt
Teacher Feature: Janessa Jandt
Abby Chalmers, Editor • September 9, 2021

In addition to several new teachers and counselors, ALHS also welcomed student social worker Janessa Jandt into the building this year.  Jandt’s hometown is a straight...

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Hi everyone! My name is Abby Chalmers, and I'm the Ahlahasa editor for the 2021-2022 school year! I am a varsity soccer captain and the president of several clubs at the high school. After my senior year,...

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