2002 Ashwaubenon High School alum Josh Rosenberg serves as head of production at Breakwater Studios and helped make the Academy Award winning documentary The Queen of Basketball, a tribute to the only woman who has ever been officially drafted by the NBA.
From Breakwater Studios:
"Our film The Queen of Basketball, executive produced by Shaquille O’Neal and Stephen Curry, won the Oscar® for Best Documentary Short Subject at the 94th Academy Awards, marking the first Oscar® for The New York Times. Premiering to a standing ovation at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival, The Queen of Basketball, which has been viewed more than a million times, has garnered multiple honors, including the Critics Choice Best Documentary Short Award a Special Jury Mention at DOC NYC, and a 2022 Peabody Award nomination."
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The Ashwaubenon Alumni Association is pleased to announce the awarding of its 2022 Community Service Scholarship to two recipients this year: Ashwaubenon High School seniors Asra Azad and Hannah Thiry.
Both Azad and Thiry demonstrated strong records of volunteer service in the community, shared how that service made an important impact on themselves and society, and expressed how they planned to continue their volunteerism in the future.
Azad and Thiry were each awarded $1,000 Alumni Association scholarships.
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP
The Ashwaubenon Alumni Association Community Service Scholarship is available to an Ashwaubenon High School Senior enrolled at Ashwaubenon High School not less than two semesters prior to graduation, is eligible to receive a diploma, has achieved an academic record that represents the student's maximum effort, and is pursuing some form of post-secondary education.
Desirable personal character, demonstrated leadership and pride in community, strong work ethic, and proven commitment of service to school and/or community is an important criterion. Preference will be given to service completed within the Village of Ashwaubenon and to those involved in a variety of services benefitting the community.
For more information about this scholarship, how to apply or how to support, please visit https://www.ashwaubenonalumni.org/scholarships.html
Are you an Ashwaubenon Alum or current Village resident with a talent to share? Now's your chance!
As part of the Village of Ashwaubenon's Sesquicentennial Celebration, a Village-wide Talent Show will be held at the Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center on Thursday, August 11, 2022 at 6:00 PM.
Registration forms can be found at the Ashwaubenon Community Center or online at
Welcome to the news section of the Ashwaubenon Alumni Association site. This page will develop over time, and the Categories section will help organize past posts.
This page, along with the Ashwaubenon Alumni Facebook group, will help serve as locations for information about all things alumni-related: accolades, weddings, births, deaths, events, scholarships, and more.
We encourage alumni to join our Facebook group at @AshwaubenonHighSchoolAlumniAssociation as an active means of connecting with your fellow alums and sharing memories!