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Outdoor Education students hiked various trails and track at the Kalamazoo Nature Center.
AAHS Eagles Softball Team at the Spring Swing Softball Tournament.
AAHS Yoga Club led by Director of Curriculum Cheryl-Marie Manson.
Students overlooking the wetlands at Holland’s Outdoor Discovery Center.
The AAHS Team shopping for prom after presenting at MAEO 2016.
Students joined their West Ward Kindergarten Buddies in making peanut butter pine cone birdfeeders.
The Outdoor Education class at AAHS took their photography project to the downtown boardwalk.
The Fresh Food Fairy showing students how to make homemade apple crisp.
The completed artwork of students who participated in the Cookies and Canvas event with Pauper’s Painting.
Students visited downtown Grand Rapids during this fall’s ArtPrize.
During Reading Month, students visited each elementary in the district to read children’s stories.
This year, our student-served Thanksgiving Feast was opened up to community members to join in on the delicious food and warm conversation.
AAHS Eagles Basketball team shows of their new jerseys to kick off the winter season.
Music therapy with Louie is full of improvisation, lyric expression, and music creation.
AAHS Eagles Bowling team took home trophies from three different tournaments this year.
Students and staff were overjoyed to accept the Spirit of Allegan award from the Chamber of Commerce.
Immanuel Lutheran Church hosts our entire student body each year for a holiday dinner.
Wings of Hope Hospice’s home was looking crisp after students raked leaves in the fall.
Our entire student body visited International Aid to package 3,600 hygiene kits for a Native American tribe.
After volunteering for International Aid, students were surprised with a stop at Golden Corral for an all-you-can-eat buffet.
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