Important Dates & Events

Homecoming 2018

Let the Good Times Soar!

On Friday, October 19th Paraclete will host the Whitney High School Wildcats for our Homecoming Game. Alumni will get in the game for free! Look for the gate/table with the alumni sign. Game location is to be determined.

After the game, join us at Paraclete in the St. Joseph Building from 9 PM to midnight to continue the fun! This event is for our Paraclete friends and alumni!

Attending the post-game gathering? RSVPs are encouraged. Please let Janet Bower know if you will attend. Contact Janet at (661) 943-3255 ext. 111 or JBower@ParacleteHS.org.

[Please note that this event was originally scheduled for September 7, but was re-scheduled to October 19th.]

Cheer on the SPIRITS!

If you like it, say “Go Big Red!”

GO BIG RED!!

Who’s house? CLETEHOUSE!

     
   

 

Reunions 2018

Class of 1968

Paraclete’s Second Graduating Class

50 Year Reunion

has been moved to Paraclete’s Homecoming Weekend

October 19, 20, & 21

It’s a weekend-long celebration!

We begin with a gathering of all Alumni

Friday night, October 19 – 9:00 PM to Midnight

Sponsored by Paraclete Alumni Department in the St. Joseph Building

after the Homecoming Football Game with Whitney H.S. from Rocklin, CA

 

We continue with a Class of 1968 Dinner event

Saturday, October 20 at Fresco II Restaurant

1311 West Rancho Vista Blvd in Palmdale

The reunion begins at 3:00 PM and includes

Meet & Greet / Dinner, Dessert & “Slide Show” / Live Oldies Music Jam 

(each person may run an individual tab for alcoholic beverages)

 

Our Class of 1968 50th Reunion Weekend concludes with

Mass on Sunday morning, October 21 (TBA)

in the Paraclete Chapel followed by a guided tour of the campus

(informal lunch arrangements will follow for those still in town)

Information coming regarding a block of hotel rooms at a discounted rate near Fresco II.

 

Cost per person for the weekend events is $68.00

Bring your spouse or significant other!

  Reserve your spot by contacting Janet Bower at Paraclete at 661-943-3255, ext. 111

[Personal checks accepted by mail; debit and credit card payments accepted over the phone]

For more information, contact the Reunion Committee via

Ken Barnes: kenbarnes77@gmail.com; or Kam & Dan Rehm: IamKamIam@gmail.com 

or call or text Jim Marquardt @ 916-778-8553.

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Class of 1973

The 45th Reunion for the classmates will be held on Saturday, October 20th from 5 to 11 PM, at Gino’s (44960 Valley Central Way, Lancaster, CA.) in the buffet room. The menu is open and with no host. The room will be open for early arrivals at 4 PM.

 

Class of 1978 Reunion

40 years!? Wow that went by quickly! The reunion is scheduled for Saturday, October 13, 2018. Contact Larry Murnane at Larry@RegalProperties.net for more information.

 

Class of 1988 will hold their reunion in Redondo Beach in August. Contact Aimee Foster at aimeefoster@gmail.com for more information.

 

Class of 1998 will their reunion in San Diego in August. Contact Jennifer Leiter for more information at jen.k.leiter@gmail.com.

 

Class of 2008 Reunion

For the latest information on this reunion, please contact Taylor Shirk at tayshirk@gmail.com.

 

Class of 2009 Reunion

The Class of 2009 is getting an early jump on reunion plans. Contact Courtney Smith for more information at courtneyjoan1902@gmail.com

Recap from 2012…

Our 50th Anniversary Homecoming Football Game / Alumni Gathering
Oh what a night! We called for the Alumni to gather to celebrate Paraclete High School’s 50th Anniversary, and what a great turn out we experienced! At the Homecoming football game, Friday October 26, 2012, we welcomed back ASB Presidents and Spirits of the Year spanning 50 Spirit-filled years to be honored. The pure joy and elation felt by our honorees as they gathered on the track at A. V. College for the halftime festivities was noticed by all. Smiles, laughter and rapid reminiscing embraced the group of 60 ASB Presidents and Spirits of the Year. After the game, Alumni gathered in the St. Joseph Building to continue the recollection of good times. Our thanks go out to the many that traveled from out of state (Florida, Texas, Minnesota, Colorado, Arizona, and Nevada to name a few), and those that drove in from hours away. The night was too short, but enjoyed by all!


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