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Pictures With The Bunny and Easter Egg Hunt
The Avon/Avon Lake Relay for Life is sponsoring the 3rd annual pictures with the Easter bunny and a free Easter egg hunt, Sunday, April 17, Avon Lake High School Competition Gym.
The High School is located at 175 Avon Belden Road (RT 83) in Avon Lake. All proceeds to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Avon/Avon Lake Relay for Life.
Bring the kids for pictures, eggs, and other goodies. Relay for Life teams will have fundraisers for kids including games, food and fun! Information about Relay for Life will also be available.
Pictures begin at 2 p.m. Pictures are $10 if we take and print your picture, $5 if you take your own picture and print at home. Easter Egg hunt begins promptly at 3 p.m. Pictures will also be available after the egg hunt.
By participating in Relay For Life, you join our community in the fight against cancer. Working together we will make cancer a thing of the past. For more details, contact Suzanne Baker at 888-227-6446 or Suzanne.Baker@cancer.org.
More About Avon Lake High School
Avon Lake High School is part of the award-winning school system that serves the city.
The school, which sits on an impressive campus with access from both Avon Belden Road and Electric Boulevard, earned U.S. News and World Report's Silver Award for the years 2006-2009 and in Newsweek's Top 1,500 U.S. High Schools in 2009 and 2010. The school consistently is rated "excellent" by the Ohio Board of Education.
Avon Lake High School boasts success in the academic, athletic, service and music arenas. Approximately 90 percent of graduating seniors move on to two- or four-year colleges.
AP classes are offered in math, science, English, social studies, French, Spanish, music theory and studio art.
The high school enjoys one of the best music programs in the country, which includes their award-winning Chorale, Symphonic Band, Marching Shoremen, and a renowned 16-member a cappella ensemble called the Merples.
The high school maintains a strong athletic program. The football team has won more than 20 conference championships. The 1994 girls basketball team, 1986 and 1988 girls cross country teams and the 2003 football team have won Ohio state championships. Students are regularly recruited to Div. I and Div. III college athletic programs.
In the early to mid-2000s, the high school underwent a major expansion, including the addition of a state-of-the-art performing arts center that regularly hosts community events, including Cleveland Pops concerts. In 2010, Memorial Stadium received major upgrades including additional seating, new turf, restrooms, locker rooms and track.
Dr. Joanie Walker is the school principal. Jim Beatty and T. J. Ebert serve as assistant principals.