Salem High School Alumni Association, Ohio

Sustaining Friendships and Memories Since 1882

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                    330-332-1427 - info@salemohioalumni.org

 

Welcome to the Salem High School
Alumni Association Website


Please explore the website, update your contact information, and see what scholarships are available for graduating students and alumni.

 

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Click HERE for the latest newsletter.


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Salem High School Alumni Association Announces New Blog and Facebook Sites

 

The Salem High School Alumni Association is proud to announce our new Blog and Facebook page hosted by our Executive Director Lauren Arnold '05. Read about alumni from around the world.

Send us information for articles about fellow alumni.

Click HERE to visit our Blog: www.SHSAABLOG.org

Facebook Site: https://www.facebook.com/salemhighschoolalumni


2015 Alumni Association Annual Reunion and Banquet - Saturday, May 23

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The Salem High School Alumni Association Annual Reunion and Banquet was held on Saturday, May 23, 2015.

The banquet included a presentation by this year’s Honored Alumnus, recognition of reunion class gifts, and the awarding of $359,050 in scholarships to Salem High School graduates.

Click HERE for High School Scholarship and Postsecondary Scholarship Recipient Photos.

Click HERE for photographs taken during program.


Dr. Grace Carolyn Brown '54 Is 2015 SHS Alumni Association Honored Alumnus

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Dr. Grace Carolyn Brown '54--a nurse who became a community college president, and, in her sixties an associate Roman Catholic nun-- has been selected the 2015 Honored Alumnus of the Salem High School Alumni Association.

Brown was the featured speaker at the Salem High School Alumni Association's 134th Annual Reunion and Banquet.

Click HERE to read more.


 

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The Back Story of SHS's Quaker Man Symbol

 

Joe Hajcak ’54, shown here with John Cabas, shares memories about his Quaker Man sketch that became a popular school logo at the height of the Salem basketball and football teams' success and remains popular to this day.

Click HERE to read more.


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NEW ARTISTS ADDED - SUMMER 2015

Beyond the newsletter, a web extra . . .

Spotlight on Alumni Artists

The Salem High School Alumni Association is proud of our alumni artists.

WEB EXTRA: Click HERE to read the expanded article with new photos of artists and artwork.


NEW ALUMNI FEATURED

Beyond the newsletter, a web extra . . .

1957 Classmates' Careers Intersect with Hubble Space Telescope

Dr. J. Patrick Harrington '57 and Thomas W. Alesi '57 have connections to the Hubble Space Telescope and this 1994 photo of the Cat's Eye Nebula.

Click HERE to read a WEB EXTRA
about Dr. Harrington and Alesi
 


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A Century of Memories

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The Salem High School Alumni Association in conjunction with the Salem Public Library is proud to make available more than 100 years of Salem High School documents.

Search yearbooks for students, teachers, clubs, and organizations. 

Read Quaker newspapers from the early 1900's

Learn about the early days of education in Salem (written 1876).

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Proud of Our Military

Salem High School Alumni Association is proud of the rich military
experience of our alumni. 

Click HERE to read about alumni in the military and enter military
information on the association's military webpage. 


Click HERE to read local newspaper articles about the heroics
and sacrifices of our graduates in the military during World War II.
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What does it cost to educate our children?
The escalating costs of college attendance adds urgency to our mission to help provide more scholarships to new Salem High School graduates and alumni. The alumni association is proud to have been able to give approximately $350,000 in scholarships annually in recent years. However, even while trying to help as many students as possible, the association's current funding allows for only about one-third of each graduating class to receive a Salem High School Alumni Association Scholarship. Though the majority of these are substantial scholarships of several thousand dollars each, SHSAA scholarships cover only a portion of college costs.

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 Click HERE to read more.


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The Mission of the Salem High School Alumni Association is to recognize and award scholarships to deserving Salem graduates who are expected to continue their education in a manner that will bring credit to Salem High School. The organization strives to keep alive memories of high school days and friendships through the association newsletter, yearbooks, and archived records and memorabilia of Salem High School in the association office.

Our History: The Salem High School Alumni Association was one of the first high school alumni groups in Ohio and is one of the most generous in the country. Thirty-three Salem High School alumni met with several of their former teachers on June 14, 1882, and the following year began the tradition of holding an annual reunion banquet. Several years later, association members decided that they wanted to do more than keep alive memories of high school days--they also wanted to help outstanding graduates attend college. On June 20, 1903, the association established the first high school alumni scholarship fund in Ohio. Salem High School graduates and friends were contacted to raise funds, and within four years the group had enough money to buy a $1,000 bond. The $60 interest generated by the bond was awarded as the first alumni scholarship to Walter French when he graduated in 1908. Now in its second century of granting scholarships, the association awarded fifty-two 2015 graduates, forty-seven alumni, and one current student,  a record-setting total of $359,050 in scholarships on May 23, 2015 at the 134th Reunion Banquet held at Salem High School.