Welcome to the
VEGAS HIGH SCHOOL
1854 Taylorville Street, Las Vegas NV 89135 * Email:
* Phone: (702) 876-6660
Non-Profit Charitable Organization
Once a Wildcat, Always a Wildcat!
We offer information about the group, present
content pertaining to Las Vegas High School
and alumni from all classes since 1913
This is also a good place to
We have a Facebook group too!
LATEST NEWS FROM THE
There will be an all-class Wildcat Reunion this year!!
It will be held on Saturday, October 16, 2021.
Flyers were sent to all alumni on our mailing list in mid-July. If you didn’t
receive one, please let us know by email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a new
Or - you may print a copy by going to the “Wildcat
Reunion” page. Send in your reservations now! If preferred, you can make your
reservation and pay by credit card on the “Wildcat Reunion” page of this
The alumni association would like to take a moment to
say “Happy Birthday”; to all those Wildcats
born in the month of September and we hope you enjoy many more!
Once a Wildcat, Always a Wildcat.
Thanks to the generosity of donations from our
alumni, we awarded $31,000 in scholarships this year - $17,000 to 2021
grads plus $14,000 as continuing scholarships for 2020 grads. Here are the
totals of our scholarship awards since inception (2009).
LVHS graduates: 92 totaling $168,000
recipients: 13 totaling $ 22,100
Total all: 105 schoarships totalling $190,100
– to our great alumni who have sent donations for our Grant and Scholarship
funds over the last year. Even though we were not able to hold the Wildcat
Reunion last year, thanks to your generosity, we were able to provide 19
scholarships again this year. Thanks also to those of you that became members or
renewed your memberships over the last year. We appreciate your helping us keep
our critical mission alive! Donations may be made by sending us a check payable
to LVHSAA to the address at the top of this page, or by clicking below to donate
by credit card.
Just click here for the donation
LAS VEGAS HIGH SCHOOL
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
We provide scholarships annually, ranging between
$1000 and $4000, to LVHS seniors planning to attend a Southern Nevada college or
university. These scholarships are available directly from the LVHSAA. This year
we provided $17,000 in scholarships to 12 graduating seniors, plus $14,000 for 7
second year scholarships. We offer 2nd year scholarships to recipients who have earned a minimum of 12
credits and maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Students - If you would like to
apply for one of our scholarships, please contact your
LVHS Counselor for
The main source of funding for our scholarships is your
If you would like to contribute to our Scholarship Fund, it’s
easy! Send a check payable to LVHSAA to the address at the top of this page.
– Don’t forget that your
membership expires on September 30 each year. So if you haven’t already done so,
please send a check, payable to LVHSAA, to the address at the top of this page,
to renew your membership now! Or you can pay by credit card here:
LVA LEGACY PROJECT &
- The LVHSAA is very
proud of our President Bruce Langson (1965) who spearheaded a project to
preserve our old LVHS campus on 7th and Bridger. Bruce, along with alumni
Senator Richard Bryan (1955) and Bob Stoldal (1961) worked diligently on this
project for several years, resulting in the Clark County School District
committing $15 million toward renovation and upgrading the campus (now the Las
Vegas Academy). The Academy students love the campus as much as those of us that
attended there do, and want it maintained – not replaced!
Many thanks to those of you
that purchased legacy plaques or pavers, which helped fund for the recent
renovation of the old auditorium on the corner of 9th and Clark. Click
thumbnails below for larger images.
If you didn’t
already purchase one, it’s not too late!
Click here for the plaque order
Click herefor information on ordering a paver.
and then click on “Paver Campaign” at the
top of the page.
If you haven’t
already done so, NOW WOULD BE A GREAT TIME TO JOIN THE LVHSAA!
Dues are only $25 annually or $300 for a lifetime membership – OR
$40 annually and $500 lifetime for married alumni couples!
memberships expire at the end of every September.
The LVHSAA is an approved
501(c)3 charitable organization,
so your dues are TAX DEDUCTIBLE!
To join now, click here for the
Send the form and your check, payable to LVHSAA, to the
address on the form, or you can pay or renew your membership by credit card
All members receive our
Wildcat Tales newsletter twice a year, with lots of information about our
Your dues go for a good cause – helping the students and staff of
In case you haven’t heard, we have LVHSAA
memorabilia available for donations to our Scholarship Fund!
These items make
great gifts and all proceeds benefit our Scholarship Fund.
New item now
available – WILDCAT FACE MASKS!
Click here for photos and prices
If you are the reunion contact for your class,
you can help us out by having some of our memorabilia available for attendees at
your next reunion. We will be happy to provide you with supplies! Just
contact Patty at email@example.com or (702) 876-6660.
LAS VEGAS HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
OFFERS GRANTS FOR LVHS STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS!
here for details.
Students should submit their requests
for assistance to their counselor.
Counselors, teachers and
administrators should submit requests to LVHS Principal Ron Guerzon for his
approval. He will forward approved requests to the LVHSAA for consideration.
DONATIONS OF SUPPLIES FOR
LVHS is a Title 1 school with a high percentage of
students from low-income families below the poverty level.Many of the LVHS staff
members personally provide school supplies and food for some of their students.
The school has established a Donation Center to collect supplies to help the
needy students, and the LVHSAA provided funds to purchase storage supplies to
house the donated items. If you would like to help by donating non-perishable
food, clothing, school supplies, etc., contact Patty Haack at
Provide a scholarship or grant!!
vehicle, such as a car, truck, motorcycle, RV, off-road 4-wheeler, or other
objects of value
and receive the largest tax deduction available for your
For more details, contact
Bruce Langson at
(702) 265-1735 or email to
AMAZON SMILE PROGRAM
When making your Amazon.com purchases, add the LVHSAA
to the list of charities helped by their Amazon Smile program. They donate 0.05%
of your purchases to the charity designated. This is another way to add to the
LVHS Scholarship Fund! Click on the Amazon logo here:
VISIT THE “OLD” CAMPUS!
Check out the
Senior Squares monument– created by
the LVHSAA and funded by alumni donations to replace the Senior Squares.
Check out the LVHS memorabilia display in the beautiful cabinet donated by
the LVHSAA and built by our Historian Joe Thomson. It is just inside the front
entrance of the main building. The Academy welcomes visitors to stop by to see
the memorabilia any time. The memorabilia is changed every few months and
usually displays memorabilia from classes having significant reunions in any
If you have anything you would like to display (you
can either donate or loan to us), such as class rings, letter jackets or
sweaters, or anything that will bring back memories from your years at LVHS,
please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or (702) 876-6660.
Did you know that we have a Wildcat Float??
was designed by our President Bruce Langson and built in former president Rollie
Gibbs’ workshop in 2009 by LVHS alumni from classes of 1954 through 2009. You
can see photos of it being constructed on our Photo Page! It has participated in
Helldorado Parades, Summerlin July 4 Patriotic Parades, Veterans Day Parades and
LVHS Homecoming Parades. Here is a photo of the float ready for its first
Helldorado Parade in 2009, with alumni and families that help build it! All
alumni are welcome to ride the float – it’s a lot of fun! It even “roars” as it
moves along the parade route!
The Wildcat Float needs your help!
looking for a new home for the wildcat! The float is approximately 13 feet long,
12 feet high and 10 feet wide and needs to be in a protected enclosure to avoid
the elements. We would really appreciate it if you have any space available or
have any suggestions. Please let us know. Thanks!!
CLASS WEBSITE LINKS
Does your class have a website? Have it listed here on our
Email us to submit your link for the website. All
classes are welcome!
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