Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014 at 6p.m.

The Carriage Museum

129 Castillo St., Santa Barbara

Come join us for our 50th Class Reunion.
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Schedule

FRIDAY

FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
SBHS vs. Dos Pueblos H.S.
7266 Alameda Ave, Goleta

AFTER-GAME GET TOGETHER
Harry's Plaza Cafe in Loreto Plaza
3313 State St, Santa Barbara
www.harryssb.com

SATURDAY

MORNING GOLF
Contact Tony Miratti

HIGH SCHOOL TOUR @1PM

DINNER @6PM
The Carriage Museum
129 Castillo St., Santa Barbara

Music by
Ernie and the Emperors



RSVP

PLEASE SEND EMAIL RSVP TO:
lannans@cox.net

OR RSVP BY MAIL TO:
SBHS Class of '64
5662 Calle Real #308,
Goleta CA 93117

Santa Barbara High School

Santa Barbara High School, "Home of the Dons" is one of the oldest high schools in California. Established in 1875, it moved to its current site, 700 Anapamu St., in 1924.

With its 18th-century Spanish influenced design, it was named an official California and City historic landmark in 2005. Today, Santa Barbara High School has an enrollment of approximately 2,200 pupils in grades 9-12 and 108 certified staff members.

The school's newspaper, The Forge, has been in continuous publication since 1914, making it the second oldest high school newspaper in California.

From 2006-2008 SBHS has advanced in Newsweek's national survey of the top 1,300 public high schools.

Santa Barbara High School is widely known nationally for its achievements in academics and athletics.

Alma mater

by Doris Holt, Class of 1944

Santa Barbara, Hail to Thee!
Santa Barbara Hail to Thee,
Strong Thy ties shall ever be.

Son and daughter praise Thy name,

Honor Thee and spread Thy fame.

Learning and fellowship always Thou art,

Deep graven these on every heart.