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Alamo Heights High School Class of 1971 
 

This site is best viewed while our 60s-70s music plays in another window with sound turned on. Links are below :-)
 

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Greetings Classmates, Teachers, Adminstrators, and Guests,

Welcome to the NEW web site of the Alamo Heights Class of 1971, San Antonio, TX, of all who were our classmates at any point between 1959 and 1971, including our childhood classmates who transferred out or did not graduate with us. The purpose of this site is to share information, memorials, memories, photos, and reunion info.  We invite you to click around the pages, and scroll down memory lane.

TO JOIN this Site:  Find your name on our Roster page to create your Profile, or if you are not listed, follow the prompts to JOIN and create your Profile. 
IMPORTANT:  when you create an Account, and set up your Profile, your Site Account Email Address, Phone Numbers, and Address are NOT viewable by other site Members.  Only by Site Admin (Toni.)

This new INTERACTIVE site offers INCREASED PRIVACY.  As a Member, YOU create and edit your own Profile with data and photos. Classmate Profiles are visible only to authorized signed in Members of this site, unless you opt to allow viewing by the public.  Try out our new Instant Messaging, listed as IM under Member Functions menu.

TIPS & HELP for new members: http://www.ahhs71.org/first-time.cfm

Please bookmark our new web address, www.ahhs71.org.  The old and new sites will co-exist but this new site will be more current than the old.

NOTE:  The administrator has the right and responsibility to remove profiles or content deemed inappropriate or harassing in nature.

Call me if you get stuck, I'm HAPPY to help you.  

Toni Schmid Stevenson
Web Admin 512-796-1123

Former Web Site: www.ahhs71.com (old)

Moody Blues  Jefferson Airplane  Hits of the 1960s


Odyssey: a long wandering and eventful journey
Image by Robert Schonhoff

In the Fall of 1967, 422 young adults entered Alamo Heights High School.
Over the next four years they would learn how and why the events of recent years came about and would almost certainly shape their future.
In 1971 these individuals began a quest to make the future a better place. Some succeeded, others are still searching, and a few never made it. This site is dedicated to their story. Its about who we were and what we've become and in some hope find out if our legacy has a better opportunity than we made for ourselves. ~ R. Schonhoff