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College Athletics? Get the lowdown!

Posted on: December 9, 2016

Do you want to know more about what is required to participate in College Athletics?

Come and find out January 12th, SAHS Commons Building, 6:30 PM

(Flyer in English)


(Flyer in Spanish)


GAPS students honored vets with parade performances

Posted on: November 11, 2016

Hundreds of students from Albany schools marched the downtown parade route on Veterans Day to honor veterans and active military service members. The following schools were represented by marching bands, cheer and dance teams and banner-carrying elementary students.

  • Calapooia Middle School
  • Clover Ridge Elementary School
  • Liberty Elementary School
  • Memorial Middle School
  • North Albany Elementary School
  • North Albany Middle School
  • South Albany High School
  • Timber Ridge School
  • West Albany High School

South students thank Dutch Bros. for help opening Red Zone Cafe

Posted on: October 31, 2016

The South Albany High School Red Zone Cafe is open for business in the new cafeteria. To celebrate, the school honored Dutch Bros. Coffee last week for their help and support.

Dutch Bros. owners, managers and workers visited the now open cafe and attended a school assembly for recognition in front of the whole school. SAHS students presented Dutch Bros. managers and staff with thank you gifts.

Dutch Bros. has provided important mentorship to students operating the new coffee shop and even hired one of the SAHS Red Zone students as a permanent employee in one of their coffee locations.

“I am really excited that our workers get firsthand training weekly from Annie, the general manager from Dutch Bros.,” said Pam Bethards, Red Zone student advisor.


South Albany FAFSA NIGHT a big success!

Posted on: October 21, 2016

Parents and students were invited into 3 computer labs to get a jump start on completing the financial aid forms required for all post high school programs.  The evening was a huge success with hundreds of people in attendance and tremendous success in getting this vital process started.  A special thanks to counselor Clair Smith for this idea.



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