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Ada students score high at ECU Interscholastic Meet
Ada High School amassed 10 first places in the East Central University 2012 Interscholastic Meet and backed that up with a cluster of seconds and thirds to win the large school division.
AHS recognized by ACT test group for upward performance
For the third-straight year Ada High has received the College Readiness Award for increasing the number of students taking the ACT Assessment over the previous five years and significantly increasing their level of achievement and college readiness.
AHS students honored; team second
Ada High School’s Maroon Team was defeated by Clinton High School’s Gold Team to finish as runner up in the finals of the Oklahoma High School Mock Trial Championship.
Girl hurt in alleged Ada school fuss with bullies
City police interviewed potential witnesses at Hayes Elementary School Wednesday after an incident last week left a young girl with a broken leg.
AHS slates fun-filled 'Wedding Singer' play
Conner Davis leads a hilarious cast as Ada High’s performing arts class puts on The Wedding Singer for two public performances Friday and Saturday, March 9-10, on the Ada Cougar Activity Center stage.
Ada students prosecute mock trial at competition
Ada High School’s Maroon Team prosecuted and Clinton High School’s Gold Team defended a case to determine the winner of the Oklahoma High School Mock Trial competition on March 6. The final round will began at 5:30 p.m. in the Bell Courtroom at the University of Oklahoma College of Law in Norman.
High school recruitment under way at PTC
Pontotoc Technology Center is recruiting high school students for the 2011-2012 school year. In January more than 500 sophomores toured Pontotoc Technology Center campus to see what career majors are offered.
Students, residents set donor record for ill youngster
A recent blood drive held by Ada Junior High and Ada High School for junior high student Faith Walker turned out to be the biggest blood drive the schools have had.
Ada High students selected for All-State Honor Chorus
Four Ada High seniors have been selected for All-State Honor Chorus — Zach Garcia, Maghen Mann and Jack Malm, Mixed Chorus, and Kelli Hansen, Women’s Chorus.
Ada student to sing at famed venue next year
Amber McClendon’s first trip to New York City will end with her performance at one of the most well-known and respected venues in the entire world.
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