News of an
A Message from
Chief of the Tribe (1991-2005)
The trophy cases, yearbooks, and other print material memorabilia are
our prime method of communicating to the present and future of all the
events of the past that have contributed to our rich school history at
Albany High School. Trophies give us a most important opportunity to
recognise and celebrate former student endeavours and achievements.
Since its inception in 1886, Albany High School, with the depth and
breadth of its educational programs, has always displayed its trophies,
both academics, athletics,
band, and the many other extracurriculars to acknowledge the
considerable effort of those involved, and their dedication and focus to
the task. These accolades were the result of years of skill
development coupled with serious coaching, teaching and mentoring. These
acknowledgements of success encompass the pride we have of the
achievements of our former students who have been and are presently
representing their Alma Mater in every facet of society.
Mr. Bob Fowler, DCSS Director of Facilities Services Department, who by
the way is an Albany High Alumnus has ensured us that the school board
has a plan in the making to turn the newly constructed band room at
Albany High into an Albany High museum housing all of Albany High’s
trophies, yearbooks, and other memorabilia.
Albany High Indian Alumni, we deserve to be kept abreast of these plans
in the making and we must be diligent to see this most important
endeavour comes to fruition in the near future.
Proud to have been the Chief of the Tribe (1991-2005)
Gary G. Dorough, Ed.D.
Facilities Services Department
Office Phone: (229) 483-6332
Cell Phone: (229) 886-3632