Welcome to the Las Vegas High School
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 1907.
This is also a good place to contact us.
Hey LVHS senior students apply now:
High School Alumni Association
Deadline: April 7, 2017,
Click here for the submission
LVHS is a Title 1
school and has a high percentage of students from low-income families below the
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:
Jennifer Sims, Student Council
702-799-0180, extension 4302 or
Danielle Anthony, Student Council Advisor
702-799-0180, ext 4305 or
The Wildcat float at the Veterans Day Parade
ANNUAL WILDCAT REUNION FOR
CLASSES WAS HELD ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016
Here is the Wildcat
See the Wildcat Reunion page for details.
You can now add the
to the list of charities helped by Amazon Smile.
When making Amazon.com purchases, simply go to
smile.amazon.com 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.
(CLICK THE LOGO BELOW)
The 2015 Wildcat Reunion
1960 55th reunion pictures
We had a contest and class of 1965 won
click the picture below to see the
pictures of the trophy.
If you haven't heard, we now offer LVHSAA merchandise for sale
license plate holders.
They are available by mail for an $8.00 donation each
or may be picked up in-person for $5.00 each.
We now also have Wildcat pins
Wildcat metal lapel pins show your Wildcat pride!
Order by mail for a $7 donation (including shipping)
Official Wildcat Coffee cups
We will make them available to all classes that are having
reunions, parties, luncheons, etc. if you would like to sell them to their
Send check or money order payable to the
LVHSAA Scholarship Fund to:
1854 Taylorville Street
Vegas, NV 89135
The proceeds go to the LVHSAA scholarship fund.
A SCHOLARSHIP OR GRANT!!
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
Go to our photo page
We had a dedication ceremony for the new Senior Squares Memorial Project.
Monday April 29th 2013
The original squares are now replicated on a tile monument.
This is a tribute to Wildcat senior classes of the past. 1941-1988
There was a ceremony at Monday April 29, 2013 to dedicate the monument.
Alumni from the original high school were there.
Leading the event was Mayor Carolyn Goodman. along with
Wildcat and former Nevada Governor and U.S. Senator Richard Bryan
A Wildcat by marriage, Dina Titus United States Representative also attended the ceremony.
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:
renewal payment is due by September 30th
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
for the membership form (if needed)!
pay and/or renew your dues through PayPal here
also donate to the scholarship fund via PayPal here
Teachers and Administrators:
We offer grants to the
teachers and administrators
only at Las Vegas High School, exclusively
and on a limited basis.
Please download and fill out the form.
We are currently forming a mentoring service for the students of Las Vegas High School.
Staffing this service will be alumni devoting time and information to interested students.
Mentoring is on a strictly volunteer basis.
There are two downloadable forms -
one for applying to be a mentor
the other for students to show what they may be interested in.
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.
<--Click the links to the left for page surfing.