Albemarle High School Alumni Association
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THIS DAY IN HISTORY
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"Another Night To Remember"
Is A Big Success!
Read All About It
|The Evening's Program||Keynote Address - Leonard Sandridge ('60)|
|The Alumni Hall of Fame - Class of 2013|
|The Alumni Website||Evening Sponsors|
Time to Plan Your 2014 Reunion
What Makes For A Successful AHS Class Reunion?
One class had 125 people at a recent reunion. Other, biggger classes have had less than 50 attendees. What is the difference? Read the results of the reunion survey and get some ideas for your next event. Go to the Reunion Survey link on this website. Thanks to the 475 alumni who responded to the survey.
Your Copy of the Peer Has Arrived!
We've just added Some new Peers to the Website. They are fully searchable and can be downloaded or printed. We have nearly 20 years so far - more will be coming soon.
See the 1974 and 1976 issues below.
About his English teacher, Pat Conroy, one of America's most noted authors
("The Great Santini", "Prince of Tides"), used a sentence that describes Mr. Benjamin Hurt.....
“He was the essential man in the lives of a thousand boys and girls who dwelled in the shadow of his almost unnoticeable greatness.”
Benjamin F. Hurt......
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The website is the official site of the Albemarle High School Alumni Association and is NOT a commercial site. There are no fees or charges to register on this site and your name will not be provided to any other organizations with the exception of AHS class reunion organizers.
- Register on the website by finding your name on the AHS Alumni Profiles page
- Join the AHS Alumni Association
- Invite your classmates and friends to visit the site
- Support the AHS Alumni Association with your donation.
- Donate to the AHS Alumni Association Scholarship fund.
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