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Note about Reunions

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.


Reunions are planned by individual alumni. We are happy to assist whenever asked, but we are a volunteer organization and we do not have the staff to organize such events. If you are interested in organizing a reunion for your class, we are happy to list your interest on the website so that other classmates may contact you.

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John Daniel Lajara

Class of: 1968
Submitted: Dec 11, 2018
Hi, 50 years since graduating. Where have they gone?… I lived at 10 Ave. D (Lillian Wald Projects) and attended PS 188, JHS 22, and SPHS from 1965-1968 when I graduated. From there Lehman College, CUNY & Fordham U. Served in the USAR for 8 years & retired 7/2018 after 44 years as a Social Worker (32 w/ NYC DOE at Taft HS in the Bronx. Now living in CT. I remember SPHS fondly with many wonderful memories & still have our 1968 year book.

Donald Klotchmn

Class of: 1952
Submitted: Nov 5, 2018

would like to hear from anyone.

Vincent Timothy Jolly

Class of: 1972
Submitted: Nov 5, 2018

I would like to hear from someone who knew me back then. send me and email.

Martin Munoz

Class of: 1993
Submitted: Nov 1, 2018

I graduated in 1993, my last year was thr best for me. I competed in the New York City Golden Gloves, made it to the semifinals. Became a New York City Correction Officer then a New York City Police Officer.

Sheila Feigenbaum

Class of:
Submitted: Sep 10, 2018

Loved the years spent at Seward. What a happy time in my life. I now live in Florida. If you have any reunions, I would love to attend them.

Renee Stuyvesant

Class of: 1967
Submitted: Aug 9, 2018

I am trying to locate my homework helper Renee my name is Lydia. She lived at the Stuyvesant’s

Ilona Hertz

Class of: 1964
Submitted: Aug 2, 2018

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!!

M. Malcolm King

Class of: 1973
Submitted: Jun 13, 2018

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 for those who remember me..

Anthony Oliva (Tony)

Class of: 1961
Submitted: May 22, 2018

Would love to hear from classmates class of 1961.

Brenda Smalls

Class of: 1970
Submitted: May 16, 2018

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?

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