Class of 1976! Help your reunion committee plan your 40th reunion!
Dana Scritchfield Jennings and her committee did a wonderful job on this reunion! (Photos for this event may be found here, here, and at the 1975 Facebook page.) Here’s a note from Dana for all members, friends and family of the Class of 1975! I want to thank Classmates from the Class of 1975 for […]
San Dieguito High School Academy has a new principal, Bjorn Paige, who is already tweeting about San Dieguito’s history! Mr. Paige comes to us after spending a year as the principal of Diegueno Middle School. Prior to that he was an assistant principal at La Costa Canyon High School between 2009 and 2014, and an […]
So much fun! If you missed this year’s Mustang Open Reunion, promise yourself that next year YOU WILL GO. Norma Montes Clancy has a great Facebook photo album of the event, certain to spur on your determination to attend next year! Sue Sieber Cooper, ’66, shared her photos with us, which you may view below. […]
If you have an emotional connection to the school and want to be considered an alumnus/alumna, does it matter if you did not actually graduate?
Get your Spring 2015 Newsletter here! While you’re at it, don’t forget to joint the Alumni Association! It’s FREE.
Thanks to Ken Harrison (’73) for this great writeup about our pencil box, which is now back in action serving the pencil-deprived souls in our library. Donna Compton Gonzales (’74 and San Dieguito’s Lead Library Technician) was the person who alerted the Alumni Committee to the fact that the pencil box’s lock was broken. The […]
We received this note from Theresa Beauchamp, chair of the recent alumni theatre production, Pain by playwright Paul Coates (’76): Thanks again for all you did to publicize Pain and make it an immensely successful event. To date it was the most financially successful fundraiser the theater department has ever had. We exceeded our financial […]
Phase 4 is filling fast, and one of our recent sponsorships is from John Fairchild (’61), a member of the LA Lakers back in the days when basketball shorts were really, well… short.
The SDSU University Senate will honor the 2014-2015 Senate Distinguished Professor, Dr. Matt Anderson, at a special event from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm on Tuesday, April 28 in The Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Theatre. Dr. Anderson will be giving a lecture entitled: “The Learning Glass Project“. The Learning Glass is a transparent whiteboard […]