What’s New

The Atwater High annual Homecoming Parade is Friday September 20th at 3:30. This year’s theme is “Freddy’s Playlist”. Floats by Atwater High School clubs, bands, elementary schools, junior highs, local agencies, and many more will be included. The parade will start by Fosters Freeze and head down Winton Way towards AHS. We know this will boost school and boost community spirit. We are inviting everyone to attend and enjoy the parade. After the parade, go to the football game to watch the Falcons face the El Capitan Gauchos. #FalconStrong

Falcon Football wins against Pacheco: http://www.atwateralumniassociation.com/ahs-football-schedule-2019/

Dave Gossman appointed to FFF National Board: http://www.atwateralumniassociation.com/dave-gossman-faa-national-board-of-directors/

Class of 1969 and Class of 1979 holding reunions during Sep: http://www.atwateralumniassociation.com/reunions/

Atwater High School FFA announces their annual plant sale and fundraiser will be held on October 11-12. Mark your calendars.

Atwater High School Back to School Night

The Atwater High School Alumni Association was happy to participate in the Atwater High School Back to School Night on August 28th. It was great to see all the parents who came out to support their students, AHS and meet new principle Bret Theodozio. Thanks to our volunteers who came out to distribute information on how to join and support the Alumni Association and AHS. If you are interested in volunteers please check out the tab on this site and send us a note.

Freddy’s Closet

As alumni of Atwater High School, we are all aware of the economic realities of the Atwater/Winton area serviced by our school. While never great the conditions were exasperated by the loss of the base in the mid 90’s. While never affluent our hometowns have always been occupied by hard working, dedicated and loyal residents. That tradition continues today and includes the students of AHS. The economic conditions put a strain on some families and student’s ability to meet the basic necessities of life. Freddy’s Closet was established by the administration at AHS to try and aid in those challenges.

Freddy’s Closet is a location where donated new and used clothing and basic necessities are available to students at no cost.  The Atwater High School Alumni Association is a proud supporter of Freddy’s Closet and we hope all alumni will consider this option if you have items that are no longer needed, or you want to donate to a worthy cause that helps our future alumni.  Thank you in advance for your help. Falcons forever!

The follow are items of special need at this time. Thank you for your consideration and for any help you can provide.

  • Coats, jackets, sweaters and any warm weather clothing.
  • Hygiene products (soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotions). Travel size bottles from hotels. Toothbrushes and toothpaste (maybe samples that dentists distribute)
  • Backpacks
  • Suits, slacks for boys, dresses for girls, items they can wear to an interview.

Donations can be made in person to the AHS office or mailed to the school in care of Atwater High School, Freddy’s Closet, 2201 Fruitland Ave., Atwater CA. 95301. Cash donations for Freddy’s Closet can be made to the Atwater High School Alumni Association by credit/debit card though the link on this site, please notate on the donation that it is dedicated to Freddy’s Closet. Or you can mail a check in care of the Association to 106, Laurel, Atwater CA. 95301.

New Gym Graphics Project Update

Atwater High School Falcons

‪”Atwater High wants to give a heartfelt “thank you” to our Atwater High School Alumni Association for their VERY generous donation! With this and the senior gift from the class of 2019, we will use all the money to paint our alma mater and our logo inside our new gym. #FalconStrong.” Nathan Braga, Atwater High School Activities Director.

To all the alumni who made a donation to this project a huge thank you. The Alumni Association was created with the idea to help the students and staff at our alma mater through funding of scholarships and projects. In addition to the two scholarships presented this year, this was the first project we have worked on and thanks to those of you who helped make it work. A yearly membership of $10 or a single donation, no matter the amount can help. Please consider helping out our school. Falcons Forever!