Alicia Johnson

Alicia Johnson is a senior at Alto High School. Her parents Raymon Johnson and Rosa Allen gave her the opportunities as a child to develop the skills and dedication needed to excel in later experiences in life.  She has one sister, Amy currently a freshman at Stephen F. Austin State University, and a brother, Luke, a sophomore at Alto High School.  Loving sports and physical activity growing up later inspired her to participate and excel in sports throughout junior high and high school years.  This passion also influenced her decision to major in Kinesiology at Texas A&M University in the Cardiac Rehabilitation field.  In her high school career she has been involved in various extra-curricular activities and organizations.  As a freshman at Alto High, Alicia was elected class Vice President and President her junior and senior year.  Also as a four year member of the Student Council she was elected Secretary in 2001 and Vice President in 2002.  Through the Student Council, her church and other organizations Alicia has been involved in many community service events including a week long mission trip Anadarko, Oklahoma.  Alicia also helped lead the Fellowship of Christian Athletes organization and is currently active at her church youth group at A. Frank Smith United Methodist Church in Alto.  Atheletically she has participated in track and field, basketball, cross-country and cheerleading.  She lettered four years in track and field, three years in basketball and cheerleading, and two years in cross-country.  In track she qualified for regionals every year in either or all: the 1600 meter relay, 800m dash, and/or 300m hurdles.  In 2002 Alicia received all-district honorable mention and 2003 2nd team all-district in basketball.  In her three years on the varsity cheerleading squad she was elected a NCA All-American cheerleader.  She also qualified for regionals in cross-country in 2001.  Academically Alicia participated and received many awards throughout her high school career.  She is a member of National Honor Society in which she was inducted her sophomore year.  She currently holds the vice president office over the society.  She is a member of the National Honor Society of High School Scholars and has been a member of Who’s Who Among High School students each year.  This year Alicia won the Daughter of American Revolution Essay Contest and is qualified for the state level contest.  She now represents Alto High School as Salutatorian of the 2003 graduating senior class.