Alabama High School Rodeo Association

Alabama Chapter of the National High School Rodeo Association


2017 Alabama High School National Rodeo Team


Updated: 10/05/2017 — 3:50 pm

Senior Scholarship Opportunities and Applications

Seniors, if you would like to apply for a scholarship, please click on the links below.  You will need to fill out the applications and return it with an official transcript at check in at the mandatory meeting, June 6th. Also, at check in you will need to sign up for an appointment for scholarship interview.  Thank you.




Updated: 05/11/2018 — 12:22 pm

Student Officer Applications

If you are interested in serving as a student officer for next year, click on the link below for the list of duties and responsibilities. If you feel this is something you would like to apply for, you can click on the link with the application.  Complete the application and return to Mrs Karen by check in at the mandatory meeting, Wednesday, June 6th.  Thank you.



Updated: 05/11/2018 — 12:17 pm

Discount Cards and Yeti Raffle

Please turn in the Discount Card and Yeti Raffle money in Priceville this weekend.  Mrs Jodie will have more of both if anyone needs them but please turn in the money for what has already been sold.  Also, if you have not sold cards that you have signed out, please see her this weekend.  You either have to sale them,  turn in unsold cards,  or you will be responsible for the cost yourself. Just let Mrs Jodie know what’s going on.  Also, THERE IS a western store in Priceville that is on the discount card.  Check it out!  Thank you.

Updated: 04/13/2018 — 8:26 am

Senior Slide Show from Finals

Sorry for the delay, I was not able to upload to a DVD and mail out.

Below is a link to watch the video and a drop box link to download the video if you would like.

Good luck to all of our Seniors.


Watch on You Tube:


Updated: 06/25/2017 — 12:23 pm

Alabama National Guard

We would like to thank the Alabama National Guard for being our newest sponsor of the Alabama High School Rodeo Association.

Visit them online at and like them on facebook


The Guard dates back to 1636, when Citizen-Soldiers formed militias to defend community and country. And for 377 years, the Guard has stayed true to its roots. Enlisting in the National Guard means more time at home. Training typically requires one weekend each month, with a two-week training period once each year. Get a degree with money for school, learn job skills that translate to the civilian world, make bonds that last a lifetime and earn pride for life. When you become a Guard Soldier, your family will thank you, your country will thank you and your future will owe you. Contact a recruiter to find more specifics about your opportunities in your Alabama Army National Guard.


You will hurdle obstacles physically and mentally. You will learn skills that translate into civilian jobs and gain experience that can’t be taught in a classroom. You will face challenges and learn to overcome them.


With your well-earned sense of pride and selflessness, people will look to you in the moment of need. You will rebuild the lives of friends and neighbors after a devastating disaster, or travel the globe to bring basic human needs to a third-world village. Your sense of purpose and impact on the world around you will never waver again.


Updated: 01/05/2017 — 5:20 pm
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