Westchester High School
Class Of 1977
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When you update your profile, you can trust that we have NO intentions to use it outside of keeping track of everyone. ***You can "hide" this information from public view by clicking a security button on your profile. Classmates can NOT see your email address unless you give it out. If you have no interest in reunions, no problem at all. However, we have interest in your contact information so we will know where ever you might have landed on the globe.
Please use your full, given name. If you go by a nickname, put it in quotations. Also, please include your full birth date. This is helpful to us for many reasons ~ mainly for statistical purposes.
This website is paid for and maintained by your 1977 reunion committee. We are independent of the Westchester Alumni Association and not linked.
If you notice one of our classmates has not updated their profile, we could use your help! Chances are that they have simply changed email addresses. If you would kindly forward this website and ask them to update, we certainly would appreciate it! You can email our classmates through this tool and upload your photos too!
This is YOUR website, Class of '77. Feel free to upload pictures, send in old photos or memories that we can add to this site, submit your thoughts on the memory pages of classmates we have lost, volunteer to help... We hope that you enjoy keeping up with your classmates through this tool and allowing us to stay in touch with you, too!
Here's a different perspective from another classmate. She articulates herself so beautifully and I asked her permission to share with you... Enjoy...
It’s funny about our high school class. I also just had an OK time in high school, and I don’t think it ever occurred to me to think of our class as a cohesive group that I was part of or belonged to. In the intervening years I didn’t think about it much at all, especially after I moved away and lost touch with old HS friends. But since getting the alumni directory and your email updates I’ve felt differently—sort of like finding out that there’s a whole branch of your extended family that you didn’t know existed, or had completely forgotten about. It also has to do with getting older and appreciating roots.
**See LINKS TO PHOTOS on the left side of this page. Do you have pictures you'd like to share from previous reunions or high school daze? Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.