Alamo Heights High School
|Alamo Heights High School|
6900 Broadway Street
|Established||Original schoolhouse: 1909|
Original High School building: 1923
Current High School building: 1950
|School district||Alamo Heights Independent School District|
|Student to teacher ratio||14.20|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Athletics conference||UIL Class AAAAA|
|Website||Alamo Heights High School|
The Alamo Heights Mules compete in the following sports:
Cheerleading, Volleyball, Cross Country, Football, Basketball, Swimming, Diving, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Track, Baseball & Softball.
- Boys Basketball - 
- 1952(3A), 1954(3A)
- Football - 
- Boys Golf - 
- 1950(City), 1956(2A), 1963(4A), 1964(4A), 1965(4A), 1968(4A), 1970(4A)
- Boys Soccer - 
- 1987(All), 2012(4A)
- Girls Swimming - 
- 1973(3A), 2014(4A)
- Team Tennis - 
- 1984(4A), 1986(4A), 1987(4A), 1988(4A), 1993(4A), 1994(4A), 1995(4A), 1996(4A), 1998(4A), 1999(4A), 2000(4A),2002(4A)
- Cheerleading - 
- 2016(5A), 2017(5A), 2019(5A), 2020(5A)
This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability policy. (September 2017)
- Patrick Bailey, class of 2004, former linebacker for the Tennessee Titans and won a Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2009.
- Angela Belcher, attended, is the Director of the Biomolecular Materials Group at MIT.
- "Tito” Beveridge, class of 1979, is the founder of Tito’s Vodka
- Marie Brenner, class of 1967, is an author, investigative journalist, and writer-at-large for Vanity Fair magazine.
- William H. Cade, class of 1964, Animal Behaviorist, Othroperist, President Emeritus of the University of Lethbridge.
- Chase Clement, class of 2004, was a quarterback for the Las Vegas Locomotives and won the UFL's 2010 Championship Game taking home the game MVP trophy.
- Christopher Cross, class of 1969, is a recording artist with Top 40 hits including "Sailing" and "Arthur's Theme".
- Light Townsend Cummins, class of 1964, is the official State Historian of Texas.
- Marisol Deluna, class of 1985, is an American fashion designer.
- Dayna Devon, class of 1988, is a former TV host of the syndicated show- EXTRA.
- Billy Grabarkewitz, class of 1964, former MLB player
- Bette Nesmith Graham, inventor and founder of Liquid Paper
- Robert Hammond, class of 1988, co-founder and the executive director of Friends of the High Line.
- Kara Hultgreen, class of 1983, (D. 1994), first female carrier-based Navy fighter pilot.
- Davey Johnson, class of 1961, former manager of MLB's Washington Nationals and 3 times World Series winner as coach & players
- Brenda Marshall, actress
- Rick Riordan, class of 1982, is a San Antonio-based novelist of the Tres Navarre mystery series for adults and The New York Times bestselling Percy Jackson series for children.
- Ross Richie, class of 1988, comic book publisher and founder of Boom! Studios.
- Joe Straus, class of 1978, is a former Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives.
- Clay Tarver, class of 1984, co-founder of the bands Chavez (band) and Bullet LaVolta, screenwriter for the movie Joy Ride and Writers Guild of America award-winning Executive Producer of the HBO show Silicon Valley
- Jeff Wentworth, class of 1958, served in the Texas Senate from 1993 to 2013 after tenure in the Texas House of Representatives from 1988 to 1993.
- Peter Weller, class of 1965, is an actor in movies such as RoboCop.
- Forrest Whitley, MLB pitcher with the Houston Astros
- Arthur Barrow, musician, composer, producer, and arranger. Played with Frank Zappa, Robby Krieger, The Doors among others. Worked with Giorgio Moroder on Top Gun and other soundtracks.
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