Class of 1955
PUHS Alumni President
Welcome to the PUHS
All Alumni Website. Please make yourself at home,
and share your site with your former
classmates, and friends. Not all PUHS Alumni know we have an
Alumni Assoc. and this Website.
And please do attend any one of the events
throughout the year. Last year, approx. 340 attended the
Thank You. D.G.
Annual All Alumni
Saturday March 29th
|11:00 AM Opening Announcements, and
12:30 PM Lunch, Program, and Raffle.
Sahuro Ranch Park, 59th Ave. & West Mountain View
$7.00 per person. We'll supply hamburgers, hot dogs,
condiments, paper plates, and utensils. You bring
your own soft drinks or beer
(with ice chest). No glass containers.
Please bring a dish (including serving utensils) to
share as follows -
Salad (any kind) Casserole (baked beans, macaroni,
Send in your reservation, so we will know how much
food to provide
Open the printable reservation form from >
Mail with your check by March 10th to
PUHS Alumni Association
P.O. Box 16346
Phx AZ 85011-1296
Our picnic is
catered. Please send reservation by March 10th so we
will know how much food to order. Thank you.
PUHS Alumni Scholarship Endowment Fund
This endowment is now in place to fund scholarships for
graduating eighth graders from
feeder elementary schools in the Phoenix Union High School
The endowment has one purpose;
To continue the Phoenix Union High School Alumni Association
scholarship program after those who attended PUHS are no
longer available to administer the program.
March 11, 2014
May 7th, 2014 Annual Meeting
Sept. 9th, 2014 General Meeting
Nov. TBA 2014
Nov. 22 2014 All Alumni Dinner Dance
|All general meetings are open to everyone.
Join us for one at 5:00 PM at 2526 W. Osborn Rd.
Phoenix Union High School Established in 1895.
first student body numbered 90 students. The school was held
in the old Central School building on the second floor,
which later became approximately the San Carlos Hotel
Read More >
Includes the ALUMNI
Association Founder, Tom Pappas, story, by Harriet
Vintage Phoenix, Arizona, and Phoenix
Union High School
Historical Photographs. Including some 1917
photos taken by Reed Perkins' mom.