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Stories of Resilience

EHS alumni look back on times when they overcame challenges, took risks, and worked hard to meet the high expectations of their teachers and coaches. Keep the tradition alive, and help current students rise to their full potential by making a gift to the Roll Call today.

Click below to read alumni reflections from each decade.

List of 7 news stories.

  • The 1949 EHS Choir

    Stories from the 1940s-50s

    Read about how alumni finally made "Old Flick" and "Young Flick" proud, were part of the Yale-est class, learned a lesson from Mr. Murray, and more.
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  • Elliot Randolph '61

    Stories from the 1960s

    Perseverence is a common thread that ties the classes of the 1960s together, whether on the playing field or in the classroom. 
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  • Skip Fox '71

    Stories from the 1970s

    Remembering Mr. Thomsen, Mr. Ainslie, Mr. Dunlop, and Mr. Hoxton, eating lunch after a particularly intense biology lab, and more. These are the stories from the classes of the 1970s.
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  • Rob Wilson '80

    Stories from the 1980s

    The classes of the 1980s share stories of survival on dorm, the long winter weeks before spring break, the Shakespeare Exam, and more.
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  • Col. Carroll

    Stories from the 1990s

    What was it like to be one of the First 48? A freshman trying out for a varsity sport? Read on to hear from the classes of the 1990s.
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  • Kate Leggett Mabry '00

    Stories from the 2000s

    The classes of the 2000s reflect on what it was like adjusting to living on campus, learning through academic trials, wrestling at 6:00 a.m. with Coach Castle, and more.
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  • Harrison Clement '12 and family

    Stories from the 2010s

    Many alumni in the Classes of the 2010s learned to accept change and gracefully navigate situations outside of their comfort zones. These are their stories.
    Read More
Archive

2018

  • February

    The 1949 EHS Choir

    Stories from the 1940s-50s

    Read about how alumni finally made "Old Flick" and "Young Flick" proud, were part of the Yale-est class, learned a lesson from Mr. Murray, and more.
    Read More
  • Elliot Randolph '61

    Stories from the 1960s

    Perseverence is a common thread that ties the classes of the 1960s together, whether on the playing field or in the classroom. 
    Read More
  • Skip Fox '71

    Stories from the 1970s

    Remembering Mr. Thomsen, Mr. Ainslie, Mr. Dunlop, and Mr. Hoxton, eating lunch after a particularly intense biology lab, and more. These are the stories from the classes of the 1970s.
    Read More
  • Rob Wilson '80

    Stories from the 1980s

    The classes of the 1980s share stories of survival on dorm, the long winter weeks before spring break, the Shakespeare Exam, and more.
    Read More
  • Col. Carroll

    Stories from the 1990s

    What was it like to be one of the First 48? A freshman trying out for a varsity sport? Read on to hear from the classes of the 1990s.
    Read More
  • Kate Leggett Mabry '00

    Stories from the 2000s

    The classes of the 2000s reflect on what it was like adjusting to living on campus, learning through academic trials, wrestling at 6:00 a.m. with Coach Castle, and more.
    Read More
  • Harrison Clement '12 and family

    Stories from the 2010s

    Many alumni in the Classes of the 2010s learned to accept change and gracefully navigate situations outside of their comfort zones. These are their stories.
    Read More
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