Life's been one big adventure for Anaheim High's Class of '61 graduate Tom Nabbe. The fun really started when his family moved to Anaheim just down the road from where Disneyland was being built.
A 12-year-old red-headed, freckle-faced boy, Nabbe was selling newspapers at Disneyland when he … [Read More...]
To raise funds for its February prodution of Disney's "The Little Mermaid," Anaheim High Performing Arts Conservatory (APAC) invited the community to a Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration held Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016 on the AHS campus.
The school’s central courtyard was transformed … [Read More...]
Anaheim Colonists celebrated the 60th Anniversary of the historic 1956 CIF Championship game - ranked #6 of the top 100 events in CIF's last 100 years - by inviting former players back to the campus on Friday, Oct. 21, 2016.
The players were feted by the Varsity Football Team and fans who … [Read More...]
“Embracing death gives more meaning to life. Embracing life gives more meaning to death.” Peter Perez has taken on new lives and lifestyles throughout his existence. His first life was that of an immigrant’s son who used his artistic talents to buy a one-way ticket to New York after graduating from one of the country’s best […]
Thank you to the 200-member contigency, including administrators, instructors, staff, students, parents and alumni, that marched in the 92nd Annual Halloween Parade to represent Anaheim High. Here are photos of the event:
The Colony community celebrated Homecoming 2016 over Sept. 23 and 24 with several gatherings, including a varsity football game, an on-campus rally and several class reunions. A full stadium of fans cheered as the Colonists defeated the Loara Saxons 28-0 at La Palma Park’s Glover Stadium. A performance by the Anaheim Band and Flags, as […]
With USA athletes earning a record number of medals in the 2016 Summer Olympics, the AHSAA thought it was high time to highlight Anaheim High’s own Olympic athletes. Anaheim High’s legendary swim and water polo coach Jon Urbanchek, himself an Olympic swimmer, is in Rio now as a special assistant coach for the U.S. Olympic Swimming Team, […]
It was a long walk f0r a boy from Anaheim, who used to dive off the garage rafters on to an old couch, to carrying the flag in the ’68 Olympics as co-captain of the Men’s Gymnastics Team in Mexico City. But Class of 1963’s Sid Sowder Freudenstein’s transition to a world champion, from that […]
As a skinny sixth grader in 1957, his photo appeared in the Anaheim Bulletin’s sports section competing in a long forgotten jumping competition. The caption suggested that “maybe someday little Ricky Sloan” will make it to the Olympics.” The prediction came true but in such a roundabout way that some might call it miraculous. Miracle […]
Anaheim High’s Boy’s Track & Field team won their first out right Orange League Track Championship in 30 years. They won five dual meets and had an incredible finish yesterday (5/5/16) beating Valley High 168.50 to 163. The meet was held at Century High. The complete results are listed below. Anaheim – 168.50 Valley – […]