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Welcome to the web page for the Class of 1963,

El Paso High School, El Paso, Texas!





Dear Classmates:

Thank you to all who attended the dedication of our new museum.  Those of you who were not able to attend, please stop by and visit the museum.  A big thank you to Jack Maxon and Charli Acuna for their generous donations to help with the addition that needs to be built to house the entire collection of 103 years of school history.

As you have probably heard Kenneth “Bunny” Haddad has passed to his heavenly home.  I know he was held in high esteem by our class but especially by the football players.  “Rest in peace Bunny.”

Please join The Alumni Association, which is $20.00 per year or $160.00 for 10 years (a savings of $40.00).  The membership dues go to the maintenance of the museum, Cooper’s garden, memory wall, the corner monument and upkeep if many areas around the campus.  The Association is non-profit organization and has helped keep our campus one of the most beautiful in the entire city.

EPHS has a wonderful Principal Mr. Paz, Students Activities Manager Linda Serna and a very loyal Assistant Principal and Staff.  Please help us keep the momentum going into the future years.

As many of you probably know your Association is leading the drive to have EPSID restore the school façade, large crack in the basement, and leaks on the roof.  We hope to attend the November 19, 2019 at 5:00 pm EPISD General meeting to fight for the future of our school, please support us.

The address for paying your dues or making donations:


PO Box 5024

El Paso, TX 79953

Send us any news you want to publish on our news page

Go Tigers!!

Amada S. “Muddie”  Flores

Class of ‘63

Alumni Association President

Happy Birthday to all our Tigers who's  Birthdays are in November!!

Charlie Acuna    11/03

Mary Vera Tibuni  11/10

Jeanne Williams Braneff   11/11












Dear Fellow “63” Tigers,

The before and after pictures of EPHS are being sent to you to illustrate what your purchase of the tile was able to accomplish.

The address Monument at Schuster and Virginia was made possible from our class donation funds and a very generous gift from Jim Langdon as well as from The Class of ’64, and Tigers, Friends, and Exes.

Sandy and I are currently working with EPISD to see if they will allow us construct a stage on a concrete platform in The Tiger Garden.  The stage will resemble the front of the school “with columns and all”, and would be used to for stage events and performances.  The funds for the stage are also from the tile proceeds.  All this has been accomplished in the past 4 years with the unrelenting drive of Sandy Aaronson who has seen the tile project start to finish and is still taking orders!

We are very proud of our school and the grounds and urge everyone to come to The Garden, view our beautiful school and recall past happy and cherished times when we were very young!!  Thanks to all Tigers.

Amada “Muddie” Flores













Membership Dues:

$16.00 - 1 year

$116.00 - for 10 years

Please everyone join!!

It all goes back to "The Lady"

All money goes to the school Beautification and Centennial Celebration