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- We Love Whisky We Love Wine, We Are The Class Of 69 -
 

Greetings Class of 1969!

High school seems like yesterday… that is until you’re opening a letter that happens to be an invitation to your 50th Class Reunion! It’s unbelievable!  The realization that so much time has passed since we were so young and full of dreams!

Meeting up with people from high school gives us a little piece of the past. And no matter how much things have changed, we’ll always remember the people we shared those special years with…

"Online Registration" is CLOSED so click here to see who is coming . . .

Friday, September 27, 2019 – Tour of Rancho High – 12:30pm (plan 1 to 2 hours) – 1900 E. Searles Ave – tour included in package
Friday, September 27, 2019 - Ice Breaker at Tommy Rocker’s Bar & Grill - 6pm  - 4275 Dean Martin Drive -$20.00 - First drink on us!

Saturday, September 28, 2019 - Tour of Welder Up Garage - (Vegas Rat Rods) - 9am - 3160 S. Highland Drive #D – tour price included in package
Saturday, September 28, 2019 - Dinner & Music - Italian American Club - 6pm – 2333 E. Sahara Avenue - $69.00 

Total Weekend Package - $89.00 per person

In addition to a fun-filled weekend, we are inviting you to join us for an exciting cruise experience beginning Sunday, October 6, 2019
7 Night Mexico Cruise - Sailing out of San Diego - "Registration is open as long as space is available."
CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REUNION CRUSE


We are hoping for a great turnout and look forward to a spectacular class reunion. Please mark your calendars today and join us in celebrating 50 years! We feel sure that this will be our best reunion ever, but it won’t be the same without you!

The 50th Reunion registration has been closed for the Itialian American Club Event !

CLICK HERE TO SEE WHO IS COMING TO THE 50TH REUNION


 

Have a Stroll Down Memory Lane


imageClick here to take that Stroll

 

Established in 1954


imageEstablished in 1954 Rancho High School is the second oldest high school in the Las Vegas valley.  RHS introduced its Academy programs in 1997, adopting the “school-within-a-school” model to promote cultural, social, and economic diversity. Part of a comprehensive high school, the RHS Academy provides students with rigorous and relevant learning experiences within the magnet programs as well as in the general curriculum. RHS challenges students with a wealth of Honors and Advanced Placement offerings,  Faculty and administration continuously monitor the academic needs of students to provide them with the best educational experience possible. RHS fosters student creativity and ingenuity through dynamic electives such as orchestra, theater, dance, band, choir, and art. After-school athletic programs and club activities address students’ social needs by providing a sense of community. In all its endeavors, the RHS Academy programs strive to educate students to become Responsible, Achieving, Motivated, and Self-reliant citizens.