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Official Website for VHS Class of 64

Updated  April 3, 2023

We Are Beginning To Plan the 60th Reunion!


Dear Classmates:  We're starting on the plans for our 60th Reunion and we thank those who filled out the brief survey we sent out. 

The response was overwhelmingly in favor of having a 60th reunion.  You also told us that Fall was your favorite time of year to have the Reunion and a large single event was the preferred arrangement.  Many suggestions were made and we are taking them all under advisement as the reunion committee moves forward.  Thank you very much for keeping the Viking spirit alive.

Stay tuned for further developments!


Reunion Committee




Email Address Problems

We have received an increasing number of "email bounce-backs" on our web page. These notifications indicate that the email address shown in our system for a classmate is no longer current and messages sent out come back as undeliverable. Your web page administrators receive a report showing the classmate name and some addtional contact information. An attempt is then made to contact the classmate to get current email information. Please remember that if you change your email address and still wish to receive important notiffications from our system, access your classmate profile and update your email address. As the time for our 60th reunion (!) approaches, activity on our site will likely increase.



The new VHS Veterans Memorial


Years ago, a VHS classmate envisioned a unique memorial to the Vikings we lost during the Vietnam war. Eli Padilla (Class of '65) felt there should be a permanent reminder of the loss we share from that now long ago conflict. Our classmates should not be just names in a book or on a wall in DC. He wanted to remind our present day students of the cost we pay to fight for liberty (ours and others) in a hard world.


Many of us remember Eli as a star basketball player along side our own classmates, including Tony Scarton our class president. Eli went on to become a PhD professor at UNM; but he remembers well the disruption of our lives by this unpopular war (a redundancy, to be sure).


Nonetheless, many were called to serve and far too many didn't make it home.  Or they came home forever changed; in ways today's students can't even imagine.

Shouldn't we remind and make personal the sacrifices we must pay, to have the freedoms we take for granted... in a world far less free than the one we share here?

Remember those carefree days in school?  We had no idea, did we... How the world would change us. How it forever changed these young heroes, willing or not.

To learn more about the details of Eli's work (and others, including Glenn Fellows - Architect, from our class) Click on this link and learn and appreciate (and maybe even donate to the special Scolarship fund that Eli started) Click here...

And to our Veterans, where ever they are... today and every day: Thank you for your service.


If you missed our Veterans Tribute, you can find it here:

Tribute to Our Veterans







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