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Throughout our lives, no matter which campus attended, we share a bond through our Alma Mater

Las Vegas High School


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About Us

Association News

Our Vision

Notable Alumni



Wildcat Reunion

Class Reunions

In Memoriam

Class Lists


Welcome to the Las Vegas High School
Alumni Association

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 1913.

This is also a good place to contact us.

We have a Facebook group too!

click here


Official Merchandise!

In case you haven’t heard, we have LVHSAA memorabilia available for donations to our scholarship fund.
Click here for photos and prices.

We will make them available to all classes that are having reunions, parties, luncheons, etc. if you would like to sell them to their classmates

order here:

Send check or money order payable to the LVHSAA Scholarship Fund to:

1854 Taylorville Street
Las Vegas, NV 89135

The proceeds go to the LVHSAA scholarship fund.



HUGE ACCOMPLISHMENT!! Congratulations to LVHSAA President Bruce Langson (class of 1965) who has 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) have been working diligently on this project for the last few years.  Bruce announced at the 2019 Wildcat Reunion that the Clark County School District had recognized a need for $15 million worth of renovation and upgrading to our campus. This came about from a $46,000 architectural study the LVHSAA commissioned with a firm out of Washington DC known for this type of work. The $46,000 came from the Las Vegas Centennial Commission after Rollie Gibbs (LVHSAA President, class of 1954) and Bruce requested the study to verify the value of our buildings and campus. Bruce, Senator Bryan and Bob recently met with Dr. Linda Young (CCSD Trustee) and other CCSD employees and learned that the CCSD Bond Oversight Committee approved the $15 million for the improvements, and added an additional $4 million for emergency repairs. The emergency repairs are currently underway and the $15 million of work starts in May. The pressure we all have been putting on the CCSD board members, which resulted in their support, has brought this about. Bravo for our campus, and of course our alumni! Our buildings will need much more work to move them into their second hundred years of useful life and the continuation of wonderful traditions we enjoy. Bruce says that as he has strolled around the campus and chatted with the current LV Academy students, he is often “cornered' by them to answer questions about his school experience and growing up during that time. In every case, the current students of the Academy show a strong connection to our buildings and, even though their traditions may be different than ours, they love being on our campus and are joyful to be learning at our old campus, even with the small bathrooms and all of the inconveniences they endure each day. They love our campus and want to use and maintain our buildings. The campus has strong support from the current students and us. It does not seem possible, but the Las Vegas Academy has been occupying our campus for over 26 years! They love our school and want to maintain it.


Wildcat reunion 2019 pictures


The annual all-class Wildcat Reunions was on September 21.
Details are mailed out to over 5500+ alumni. If you did not receive our mailing, please send an email with your full name (first, last/maiden, married), year of the class you were in,
and your mailing address to:
This is a great opportunity to catch-up with your classmates and friends from other classes!



Attendee RSVP list for 2019 Wildcat Reunion


The Las Vegas High School Alumni Association provides scholarships annually, ranging between $1000 and $4000, to Las Vegas High School seniors planning to attend a Southern Nevada college or university. These scholarships are available directly from the LVHSAA.  In 2019 we awarded 10 scholarships totaling $22,000 and since 2009 we have awarded a total of 69 scholarships totaling $133,000 – thanks to the generous support of our alumni!

If you would like to apply for one of our scholarships next year, please contact your Senior Counselor for details.


Just a reminder - -

The Las Vegas High School Alumni Association donated a beautiful display cabinet to the Las Vegas Academy. This cabinet is in the lobby of the main building at 7th and Bridger and houses LHVS memorabilia. The Academy welcomes visitors to stop by to see the memorabilia any time. The display is changed every few months.
We plan to display memorabilia from classes having significant reunions in any given year. If any of you have something you would like to display (you can either donate or loan to us - we will take good care of it and get it back to you if you wish), such as class rings, previous group photos on the steps, letter jackets or sweaters - or anything that will bring back memories from your years at LVHS - please let me know. It would be appreciated if you would reach out to your classmates also for anything they would like to contribute to the display.
You can give me a call at 702-876-6660 or let me know via email


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:

Your renewal payment is due by September 30th annually.

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

Click here  for the membership form (if needed)!

You can pay and/or renew your dues through PayPal here

Membership Payment/Renewal

You can also donate to the scholarship fund via PayPal here


LVHS is a Title 1 school and has 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 the students. The school has established a Donation Center to collect supplies to help the needy students, and the LVHSAA has provided funds to purchase storage supplies to house the donated items. If any of our alumni would like to help by donating non-perishable food, clothing, school supplies, etc., they should contact:
Patty Haack or (702) 876-6660


Visit the Senior Squares Monument at the 7th Street Campus (now the Las Vegas Academy).



You can now add the LVHSAA to the list of charities helped by Amazon Smile. When making purchases, simply go to and continue as you normally would. They will donate 0.05% of your purchase to the charity designated. This is just another way to add to the LVHSAA Scholarship Fund.



Donate a 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 donated items.
For more details, contact Bruce Langson at
(702) 265-1735 or email to


Curious about the Wildcat float construction?

Go to our photo page for pictures.



The LVHSAA offers grants for you! Please click here for details.

Students should submit their request for assistance to their Counselor. Counselors, teachers and administrators should submit requests to Principal Ron Guerzon for his approval. He will forward approved requests to the LVHSAA for consideration.


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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