How Can I Help My Old School?
You might be surprised by how similar today's students are to what you remember about being a Seward student. While today's culture may be different and the political causes have changed, the students still have so many of the same hopes, dreams and challenges that we faced. We often receive inquiries about how Seward alumni can help today's students.
Tremendous improvements have been made in restoration of the auditorium. Would you be interested in helping to fund completion of the work?
Today's students are doing extremely well at getting into top colleges, but even with scholarships many are unable to afford to leave home. Would you be interested in establishing a scholarship or contributing to our existing scholarship fund?
We will be happy to work with you on any of these ideas at any dollar level as they can make a huge impact for today's students. Please complete the form below and we will gladly provide further information. We could even set up a tour of the Seward Park campus and you can meet today's students for yourself.
I am looking for all students of the class of 1964 (and teachers). Charles Lovelle and I would like to arrange a get together. We are at the age of reminiscing!!
I went by my first name back then. I was on the staff of Folio, our literary magazine and I was in one of our annual plays. I enjoyed Seward Park very much. I can be reached at email@example.com for those who remember me..
Would love to hear from classmates class of 1961. firstname.lastname@example.org
Loved attending Seward Park HS The teachers, guidance counselors and aides were great! I remember the Dean Mr. Molario. He was so funny yet we all loved and respected him. I would love to attend a 50th reunion in 2020. Anyone else interested?
As time goes on you start to think back of all the people that were in your life. If there is anyone from the class of 1961 I would love to hear from you. email@example.com Ann Sheppard/Paki Wright. Do you remember me?
Hard to believe the years have flown by so quickly. Anyone out there from the Class of ’64 as well as the SPHS Chorus, would love to hear from you. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Had some good times here
Was in Communications Workshop at SPHS. Retired U.S. Probation Officer living in Oklahoma.