New student activities, clubs and programming are being added all the time to meet student interests. Let us know if there’s something you want to see at ALH or check out any of our other extracurriculars!

ALH Ambassadors: To represent Albany Leadership and embody the C.L.E.A.R  values as role models at ALH events, and other school-related activities, as well as community events to promote leadership, service, and academic success.

Anime Club: To provide a forum for students to discuss and share their interest in “alternative” subculture of anime, manga, comic books and video game fandom. The club attends pop culture conventions and collectively views various shows and movies.

Black DiamondsTo run a student-based business organization dedicated to providing entrepreneur opportunities to the members of the ALH student body.

Fashion Flair CommitteeTo plan and implement ALH’s 7th Annual Fashion Show.

Future Problem Solvers: To stimulate critical and creative thinking skills, encourage students to develop a vision for the future, and prepare students for leadership roles.

Junior ClassTo organize class members, activities and fundraise for senior year.

National Honor Society: To recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.

Senior Prom: To work with an advisor to plan and raise funds for senior prom.

Sophomore AdvisorTo create a safe and respectful environment for sophomore students to discuss activities and ideas for future activities.

Spoken WordTo foster personal expression through language and performance.

SUNY Albany STEP Program: To prepare historically underrepresented and economically disadvantaged elementary and secondary school students to acquire the aptitude and skills necessary to pursue post-secondary degree programs that lead to professional careers in the scientific, technical, health-related or other licensed professions.

Student GovernmentTo provide a space for students who strive to be role models in the ALH community to create opportunities for those students to make positive changes in the school environment.

Teen Corps ClubTo share the true value of community service, advocacy, and social justice work.

Yearbook: To produce an accurate, professional, original publication that through pictures, poems, excerpts, quotes and more, that thoroughly reflects the school pulse, represents the differing interests of the student body and highlights activities of the year, being respectful of all members of the school community without bias, that the entire student body can feel proud to be included in.