Aliceville High School

Aliceville High School Class of 1983 Reunion

Front Row L to R: Debra Ball-Brown, Ruth McKinstry-Parker, Quieton Prude, Avis Colvin-Clark, Veronica Wilkins-Colvin, Gwendolyn Hodges-Hurst, Jacqueline Jones, Sandra McClung-Kennedy, and Berneice Mosely
Second Row L to R: Wendell Windham, Sharon Harris-Bradford, Glenda Windham-Guyton, Sarah Mayhew, Wanda Phillips, Mary Hill-Davis, Ann Billups, Dora Lewis, Sandra Burroughs, Emily Peoples-Blair, Melanie Clark-Harmon, Marlene Lockett, Glenda Garner, and Choncetia Morrow-Elder
Back Row L to R: Paula Wilkins-Taylor, Victoria Jemison-Washington, Tom Kirk, Christopher Jackson, John Coleman, Harvey Hamilton, Benjamin Stanton, Rosario Taylor, Frankie Spencer, and Denard Mosely

On October 21, 2023, the Aliceville High School Class of 1983 celebrated their 40th Year Class Reunion. This event was held at the Aliceville City Hall. There were 34 participants.
During the event, former teachers and the principal gave words of encouragement. Those in attendance were Mr. Willie J. Thomas, Mrs. Annie Phillips, Mrs. Glenda Hodges, Mr. Detrick Hodges, and the principal, Mr. Herbert Lavender. Class President Melanie Clark-Harmon gave an inspiring speech that was enjoyed by all in attendance.

Aliceville High School SGA Performs for Board of Education

Ambassadors: ZaMauree Burrell (Freshman), Destiny Weston (Senior), Tatiyana Jones (Senior), Zakarria Fowler (Senior), Kiyah Hughes (Freshman)

By Donna Bain
Staff Writer

The Pickens County Board of Education held its monthly meeting at Aliceville High School on February 22, 2023. The meeting was called to order by Board President Annie Jackson. All Board members were present. 

AHS Starts Over with New Band Program

The new Beginner Band for Aliceville High School with Band Director Thomas Hargrave and Principal Fred Young.


Aliceville High School has revamped its band program this year. Students in seventh, eighth, and ninth grades have been learning to read music since August. Now, those students can put what they have learned into practice on brand new instruments.

ACH Interact Club Students Serve Meals to 200 in Community Service Project

Aliceville High School Interact Club students served meals to approximately 200 citizens at the Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl.

Aliceville High School Interact Club students served meals to approximately 200 citizens at the Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl, and visited and thanked America's Veterans at the Tuscaloosa Veterans Affairs Medical Center for their Community Service Project.