Sequoit Pride, ACHS Booster Club

More Than $30,000 Donated to Support our Students & Staff in 2014-2015

Sequoit Pride is pleased to announce funding of more than $30,000 of diverse investments in our students' futures. This money was raised by Sequoit Pride parent booster club volunteers and does NOT come from tax dollars. Sequoit Pride reviewed requests from a wide range of departments and clubs. We were able to assist with the funding of:

  • self defense training for female students
  • repairing the choir's piano
  • new wall padding in the main gym
  • students attending a journalism convention
  • new ACHS Writers Week performances and workshops
  • Math Team competitions
  • shelters for stadium sport benches
  • writing posters for the Literacy program
  • tables for the outdoor student lunch courtyard
  • Romeo & Juliet performance for freshmen English students
  • food at a Cardinal Crazies' tailgate event
  • 30 stereo headsets with microphones for the library
  • yearbook staff attending a national convention
  • the new ACHS Jewelry Club
  • Speech Team tournament fees
  • a digital bulletin board for the Health classroom
  • the Environmental Club's Earth Day Fair
  • motivational reading posters for the English department
  • creation of a space for students to study in the Dean's Office
  • replacing worn course marking flags for the cross country team
  • books for the reading improvement program
  • German and Spanish language magazines for the World Language Department
  • travel expenses for the Model United Nations club
  • watches that let PE students monitor their pace
  • Survival Day field trip for sophomore English students
  • Math Fair support
  • court-side chairs for athletic teams
  • two $500 scholarships

When you become a Sequoit Pride member, or buy something from our Spirit Shop, or attend our annual auction dinner, you help these dreams become real opportunities. On behalf of the students and staff, THANK YOU!

DID YOU KNOW... Raymond Auto Group supports Sequoit Pride in a huge way? Raymond Chevrolet and Raymond Kia pledged $50,000 over a ten year period. Their first payment allowed Sequoit Pride to paint "home of the Sequoits" on the Route 173 water tower and fund academic, athletic, artistic, and activity opportunities for ACHS students. Thank you, Raymond Auto Group!