Two new 27,000 sq ft buildings of steel structure with metal stud walls 
and 10 new classrooms on the upper floors

Fresno High School has a very active alumni association which completely benefits the students.

The Fresno High Alumni Association will celebrate 15 years in 2014. During past years they have given over $100,000 to student’s needs that are not covered by district funds. From as little as a wall mounted TV support to the video center in Royce Hall, all grants have been approved by the principal for the needs of the students.

Fresno High has recently gone through a major construction project which removed the old portable classrooms and added 20 high tech classrooms on the second floors of two new buildings which set up the campus for a return to yesteryear. The classical design of these two buildings and returning the front of Royce Hall to an open area of trees and grass has been extremely welcomed by students, parents, alumni and the Fresno High neighborhood.

Because Fresno High School is celebrating 125 years in 2014, the Alumni Association is offering a special membership to parents of students. When you join the Fresno High Alumni Association, your senior student will have free membership for one year. Why is this important?

  • All membership monies are used to benefit the students.
  • Volunteers run the Association; there are very few administrative costs.
  • FHS past, present and future are promoted to the students.
  • Students get involved with annual fund raisers.

Join The Alumni Association Here

by Dora Alicia Montoya Dellinger (1973)

Hi Warriors:

At the reunion, many of you expressed an interest in going on a group cruise together. We did this to celebrate our 50th BD in 2005 with a small group of people and had a WONDERFUL time! "Cruise Director" DoraAlicia Montoya Dellinger has graciously offered to coordinate another cruise for the FHS Class of '73 alums.

by JoAnn D'Ambrosio Woodward (1958)

At a time when every teenager was listening to "Rock Around the Clock," "Blue Suede Shoes" and "The Stroll," Johnny Russell of the Fresno High class of 1958 was singing country music songs. Rock and roll music was almost the only music you heard on the radio and at the record stores, but Johnny had his own world that eventually would catapult him into becoming one of the most influential and successful country music performers of his time.

by JoAnn D'Ambrosio Woodward (1958)

Twelve ladies from the class of 1958 got together at the home of GariLee Schneider Cave at the end of May, 2010. Planned meals were coordinated, games were played and laughter filled the house for four days. Each person was to construct a hat without letting anyone else know what it was like. One evening was a planned dinner out at Dorn's restaurant; hats were then placed on heads and all walked through the restaurant for diners to view. Fun was had by all.

Click here to view pictures (PDF)

by JoAnn D'Ambrosio Woodward


2001 THROUGH 2013.

Click here to view the 2001-2013 grant list

by Jim Doyle (1967)


We are assembling a list of Fresno High alumni who are military veterans. If you are a proud member or have served at one time or another in the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard or National Guard, we would like to know who you are.

by Jackie Boyajian (1960)


As mentioned in previous newsletters, I put out a call for yearbooks that have been made available by previous owners. I will also list these on the Fresno High Alumni Website and as they are purchased, I will remove them from the list. The prices will vary according to the year and their condition.