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Rewind for 10/25/14

Rewind

Updated Wednesday 7 October 2014

Announcements are at bottom of page

 

Welcome to the Haverford High Class Of 1963 web site. Reload or Refresh your browser to make sure you have the latest version of the website.  Modify your NOTIFY ME choices on the left to update your notification emails.

Bob Schaumann found that regretfully Candy Hargreaves had passed away last year

Classmate makes mark in Philadelphia - Originally announced in January in New York, finally...

Published in Phila Inquirer 22 April 2014


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Info on how to protect yourself from the Heartbleed Bug affecting the Internet

 

 

 Not registered yet?  Find your name on "Finding Classmates" at the top of this page on left - or use the search button on that page to find yourself and register - and then you're good to go ! 

Forgot your password? Click on "forgot password" and it will be sent to the email with which you registered.  Forget or have changed your email? Click on "Contact Us" at top of page and we'll help you.   Also there is a short 5 minute video   How to Register:  <<------ or Click here if you need it       

Our classmates alone have seen this page  35058 times

How many times have you visited it?  Who commented the following in their own comments?

- Who pulled the door off its hinges in Mr. Metka's  Class - I never heard about this till I read the profiles and School Stories - there are some other really great ones out there !

 How many of us ever said this:   "Left HHS in June 1963 vowing never to return ... and, except for the 31 years I worked there as a school counselor, I never did. "

                         

 

Have uploaded 63 photos, some old photos, videos and more coming - check the links to your left and above.  Some of our mates from Class of 62 remember some times from Havertown - Check the Message Forum on left.  How many do you remember?  Please - add your own.: