Summer is about to start, which means that school reunion season is almost here!
Less than excited about the prospect? We can understand. Truly. Maybe you haven’t kept in touch with anyone, or you have less-than-fond memories of high school, or you’re worried that you won’t have anything interesting to talk about.
Well, perhaps one of these reasons will persuade you to attend:
1 You need to feel young again. For some reason, a lot of people who attend reunions come away feeling like everyone else got old except for them. You, too, can be one of those people! But also…
2 You won’t have to pretend that you’re younger than you are. Keeping up the façade of a younger you gets tiring sometimes (trying to figure out how old you were supposed to be in 1978 is making your brain hurt). At the reunion, nobody will care how old you are because you’re all the same age.
3 Your social calendar could use some excitement. Don’t pass up the chance for a party, especially one that involves tons of reminiscing and embarrassing stories.
4 You’ll have someone new to share cute photos with. Your friends are getting a little tired of all the adorable pet/baby/grandchild photos you keep posting on Facebook. Here’s a chance to expand your social circle!
5. Everyone else is going. Peer pressure. Just like in high school.
Here’s the important information:
Even if you told us previously that you’re thinking of coming, here is where we take your money! You may have RSVP’ed or been contacted by Classmates.com. However, please go to the Registration Page to officially register.
50th Reunion FAQs – This page is updated continuously, so please check it frequently.
RSVP Guest List – check out the names in Red, meaning these people have paid.
Reunion Questionnaire – Even if you are not coming, please fill out the Questionnaire!
Senior Class Photos of Attendees – Pictures THEN
What people look like now! – Pictures NOW
Memorial List – Classmates who have died
Alumni Snapshots – Results of the Reunion Questionnaires
See what you’ve missed. Check out the Burbank High Class of 1968 blog.