- Traditional college-prep curriculum
- Founded in 1978
- Advanced placement & dual credit classes
- Teacher/student ratio: 1:12
- Typical core class size: 20
- ACT/SAT college entrance exam scores are consistently above state and national averages (see charts below)
- In addition to normal courses, ALA offers ten Advanced Placement (AP) courses on campus and several others online, as well as dual enrollment courses (for college credit) through partnerships with South Mountain Community College and Bethany Lutheran College.
- Fully accredited through NCA/AdvancED
- 22 new members were inducted into the National Honor Society.
- 15 seniors earned the President's Award for Excellence.
- 25 of our 49 seniors (47%) reported earned scholarships equaling $1.4 million for 4 years of college.
- 32 student ambassadors gave time to represent our school both on campus and off.
- 25 students served in student government.
- 3 varsity TEAMS earned AIA team awards with a team average GPA of 3.5 or higher.
- AIA Scholar Athlete Awards were presented to 53 individual athletes who maintained a grade point averages above a 3.500 while participating in sports.
- 65% of students achieved Honor Roll status on our unweighted scale:
- 29% of our students were awarded Honors (3.00-3.49 GPA),
- 9% High Honors (3.50-3.74 GPA), and
- 27% Highest Honors (3.75-4.00 GPA - 4.00—the highest GPA on our unweighted scale)
CLASS OF 2018 SCHOLARSHIP ACHIEVEMENTS
Colleges/Universities awarding scholarships:
Students awarded scholarships:
Total number of scholarships:
Total scholarships earnings by our 2018 graduates
(for four years post-high school): $1.4 million
POST-HIGH SCHOOL PLANS
(five-year average for 2014-2018)
Two and four-year colleges: 96%
Technical training: 2%
- Eight of our 17 called teachers presently hold master’s degrees.
- All teachers hold a Bachelor of Science in Education or Bachelor of Arts degree.