Welcome to the Las Vegas High School
A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization
We offer information about the group, present memorabilia and content pertaining to
Las Vegas High School and the alumni from all classes since 1907.
This is also a good place to contact us.
***Parades, parades, parades!!!
Homecoming parade and game
The Wildcat float will be at the Homecoming parade and game on October 17, 2014.
Everyone is welcome to come join us in supporting the alumni association and the school.
Come walk with us in the parade and attend the game.
Homecoming is Friday, October 17, 2014!
The homecoming parade starts at 5:00 pm.
The parade starts out at the high school, travels around Lewis Park
to return to Las Vegas High School for a 7:00 pm start time of the football game.
Las Vegas High School
6500 E Sahara Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89142
***AND THEN the 31st!
On Nevada Day, Friday, Oct. 31, 2014 at 10 am
the Las Vegas Nevada Day Parade will be in Downtown Las Vegas.
The parade will travel north on 4th Street
The Wildcat Float will be in the parade
To walk along with the Wildcat float
Join us at 9:30 am
Fourth and Charleston staging area
Wear red and black
Show your Wildcat pride!
The parade is scheduled to
last approximately two hours.
UNLV Oral History Research Center
Did you grow up in Huntridge? Did you go to John
S. Park School? If so would you like to share those memories? The Huntridge
Heritage Hunters Project is already underway. Two group oral taping sessions
have taken place with several former residents participating. Copies of pictures
and other memorabilia are also being collected. We are working with Claytee
White, the Director of the UNLV Oral History Department who is serving as an
advisor to us. If you would like to participate in this project or need
additional information, please contact Nancy Jeffers-Cummings-Schmidt.
If you haven't heard, we now offer for sale LVHSAA license plate holders.
They are available by mail for an $8.00 donation each
or may be picked up in-person for $5.00 each.
Or send check or money order payable to
LVHSAAWe now also have Wildcat pins
1854 Taylorville Street
Las Vegas, NV 89135
If you attended the Wildcat reunion you saw these for the first time there.
Wildcat metal lapel pins show your Wildcat pride!
Order by mail for a $7 donation (including shipping)
Make your check out to the LVHSAA Scholarship Fund and mail it to:
1854 Taylorville Street
Las Vegas, NV 89135
if you want to pick them up, they sell for a $5 donation each.
will make them available to all classes that are having reunions,
parties, luncheons, etc. if you would like to sell them to their
The proceeds go to the LVHSAA scholarship fund.
We had a dedication ceremony for the new Senior Squares Memorial Project.
Monday April 29th 2013
The original squares are now replicated on a tile monument.
This is a tribute to Wildcat senior classes of the past. 1941-1988
There was a ceremony at Monday April 29, 2013 to dedicate the monument.
Alumni from the original high school were there.
Leading the event was Mayor Carolyn Goodman. along with
Wildcat and former Nevada Governor and U.S. Senator Richard Bryan
A Wildcat by marriage, Dina Titus United States Representative also attended the ceremony.
Now would be a great time to consider joining the association.
Current dues for individuals are $25.00 annual or $300.00 lifetime
For alumni married couples $40.00 annual or $500.00 lifetime
Current annual members reminder:
renewal payment is due by September 30th
If paying by check you do not need a form - just send your renewal check, payable to LVHSAA, to:
LVHSAA, 1854 Taylorville Street, Las Vegas, NV 89135
for the membership form (if needed)!
pay and/or renew your dues through PayPal here
also donate to the scholarship fund via PayPal here
Teachers and Administrators:
We offer grants to the
teachers and administrators
only at Las Vegas High School, exclusively
and on a limited basis.
Please download and fill out the form.
We are currently forming a mentoring service for the students of Las Vegas High School.
Staff this service will be alumni devoting time and information to interested students.
Mentoring is on a strictly volunteer basis.
There are two downloadable forms -
one for applying to be a mentor
the other for students to show what they may be interested in.
New! Does your class have a website?
Have it listed here on our links page
Email us to submit your link for the website all classes welcome.
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