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•   Charles "Hop" Fuhrmann  11/3
•   Marlene Olson (Jowell)  8/15
•   Susan Ewing (Wolfe)  8/2
•   Joyce Chiles (Hines)  7/22
•   Sandra Luella McIntosh Smith (Nolan)  5/25
•   Oscar Pruitt  5/17
•   Lavelle Ware (Brown)  5/3
•   Toni Lincecum (Casteel)  4/30
•   Shirley Reid (Ferrell)  4/6
•   Nancy Hugley (Eggert)  3/26
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•   Frederick "Hippy" Mengden  12/4
•   Roy Alexander  12/6
•   Pat Shaw (Roth)  12/9
•   Jean Blocker Castleberry (Adsit)  12/10
•   Katherine (Kathy) Pace (Totten)  12/10
•   Carolyn Parish Rogers (Friestman)  12/12
•   Beverly Ann Hooper (Carroll)  12/15
•   Janet Hooper (Thompson)  12/16
•   Jim Hardy  12/17
•   Sharon "Kay" Hardy (Marshall)  12/20
•   Philip Eiserloh  12/21
•   John Alexander James  12/22
•   Nancy Kallison  12/24
•   Robin Miller (Holbrook)  12/31
•   Sharon Koehl (McCarley)  1/2
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

3 live in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
4 live in Arizona
3 live in Arkansas
17 live in California
2 live in Colorado
11 live in Florida
4 live in Georgia
2 live in Illinois
2 live in Kansas
2 live in Louisiana
3 live in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Minnesota
3 live in Missouri
2 live in Montana
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Jersey
3 live in New York
5 live in North Carolina
2 live in Oklahoma
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
3 live in Tennessee
216 live in Texas
4 live in Virginia
4 live in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in Mexico
7 location unknown
88 are deceased


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 65.9%

A:   211   Joined
B:   109   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

Welcome to the Alamo Heights Class Of 1963 website. Here you can reconnect with our classmates and join with us in reliving memories of those days we shared at good old AHHS!


























As we approach the end of 2023, it is startling to consider that this is the website of a class that graduated from high school sixty years ago. As we think back on all we have seen and experienced in those six decades, it is also difficult to remember what life was like in 1963. The Beatles were just appearing on the music scene, John F. Kennedy was president (but not for long after our graduation), and war was heating up in Vietnam (a country probably few of us could have found on the map at our graduation) but many of us would find ourselves there within a few years. We were fortunate that none of our class members, as far as we know, lost their lives there. 

We went on to enjoy reunions where we reconnected and caught up. Ours was a unique class in its cohesiveness and the many friendships that lasted over so many years. It does not seem like the classes that came behind us placed so much emphasis on maintaining their high school friendships as we did. 

So as 2023 draws to a close, reflect for a few minutes on the gift we have all been to each other. Take a moment to review the names of those who now are gone and who are inscribed on the In Memory page. Look also at the Missing Classmates page just on the outside chance that you know where one of those folks is today. Let us know if you do.

We are geographically scattered now. Wander through the profiles of our fellow class members and recall a moment when someone whose face you see stands out in your mind. Chances are it will be a happy memory.

Most of all, silently wish each other well. A toast (clink!) to us all.

A Brief History: The first Alamo Heights High School was opened in 1909. It was a two-room frame building in front of the site of the present Cambridge Elementary School building. In 1912, a new school on the same location contained eight rooms and an auditorium. In 1922, the first high school building was finished and was under supervision of the County Superintendent of Schools. The first graduating class from the high school, in May of 1925, had sixteen graduates. In 1928, the elementary and junior schools were built on the same site. In 1937, a 21-acre tract of land at Broadway and E. Castano was purchased; a new high school would be erected on that land. Soon, the football stadium and tennis courts were on the new grounds. Plans were started before 1941, but they were laid aside. Preliminary drawings of the school began in 1942; many meetings and inspection trips to other schools followed. On April 4, 1948, the bond issue passed by a vote of 3 to 1. Teachers submitted plans for their rooms and the facilities that they would need. A study of the educational needs of the community was made. Construction of the gymnasium began in January of 1949; work on the school started in June of 1949. The homemaking cottage was started in September. The school building was completed and opened for public use in September of 1950. During the late winter of 1956, construction was started on the north wing of the main building, vocal, music and speech rooms, and the auxiliary gymnasium. These facilities were ready for use at the beginning of the next school year. Extensive remodeling of the central wing to increase and improve the science and foreign language laboratories, an addition to the library, and the construction of the south wing were started during the summer of 1960 and were completed early in the spring of 1961. The demonstration-lecture room of the cottage was added during the summer of 1963. An extension to the north wing, additional dressing facilities for physical education, and stadium improvements were completed during the 1964-65 school year. New lights were placed on the football field in 1968, and the natatorium and air conditioning of all classroom buildings were completed during the 1969-70 school year. In 1989, 1998, 2000, 2005 and 2010 Alamo Heights patrons approved bond elections to provide improvements and additions to the high school and all district buildings.
SCHOOL COLORS: Blue and Gold ~ SCHOOL MASCOT: Mule “Caledonia”

There is an easy way to look at the yearbooks from 1959-60 (our freshman year) to 1963, by following these links: