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Annandale High School
Class Of 1971


   We're glad you stopped by!

Thanks for making the AHS website successful!

Since 02/04/2011 we've had over


visits to our website!


54.3% of our classmates have joined the website!

(statistic as of 9/21/2018)





This email was well timed and I am grateful for his lesson and thankful that we have opportunities to re-establish past or lost friendships before they are lost to us forever in time!! Paul

". . . It brings back many fond memories.  Unfortunately, we are reaching a time of life that the "In Memory" section is growing larger.
The other day, I was reminiscing and started a search for a high school friend and found his obituary.  I thought you might want to add it to the appropriate location.  I grew apart from Scot over some stupid
action and I am sorry that I never got the chance to apologize."


Okay Classmates, a thought-

Take advantage of the great resources our class website offers to keep in touch with our classmates.  The website provides private email, the Message Forum, the Instant Message link, and the Message Center, all available for your use. Doesn’t that break the finding barrier and makes contacting classmates simple.  A Suggestion - if you haven’t yet, take a moment to add your birthday to your personal profile page so your birthday will be visible (now showing on the right side of the homepage). A better idea - go to a classmate’s profile page and check, “follow”. Then if they add comments or photos to their profile page you’ll be sent an update email message to view their update.  Make up your mind to communicate “in the moment” and make the most of every day to keep in touch with your classmates or set a goal to start! 

Hey AHS guys and gals, use the website to send classmates your best wishes on their birthday and holidays throughout the year, or take a moment to just catch up. How about just finishing a long-forgotten conversation? Save a stamp by using the website! Don't we all like to feel good and be remembered?  Send a get well message, a “how ya feeling email,” or “where’ve you been” message? Don’t wait for the, “In Memory” announcement to share your feelings!

 Forgive me for saying this but,if you need to go back to Square One and revisit your basic values and priorities. Don't be afraid of "voids" created by years of separation. The more us time through messaging we create, the more opportunities we have to touch each other's lives in profound ways.



Hey, class of ‘71! 

How about sharing your summer vacation with your classmates! 




If you had an exotic vacation or a staycation, pictures or none you'd dare to share! Go to the message forum and post your vacation story there. We're looking forward to reading all about your vacation!


I was daydreaming the other day and thought about our principal, James G. Finch and wondered if a simple ad could have changed our destiny?  

Well, it's worth thinking about!


Some memories can never be replaced


Take time out for a trip down memory lane (1960 through 1971)

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Guess the TV Theme Songs


Guess the TV Theme Songs





A reminder - If you change email addresses would you please update your profile page or send Paul Peters your new email address. We'd hate to lose contact with you after all these years!




Mike & Dave Gassmann

Mike and son, Dave entertaining patrons as they view the artwork of Pattee Hipschen

The Coolery art gallery is owned by Chris Cooley

Chris played tight end for the Washington Redskin, 2004 - 2012



My wish for you for the upcoming year

May each day of the coming year be vibrant and bright for you! Let’s celebrate together by sharing with our  classmates memories from Annandale High. Take a moment this holiday season to send a thoughtful message to those who shared the hallways, sat in class with you, who danced with you at the sock hops, or cuddled up with at the fall football games. Send a note to thank the thespians and band members who entertained us, or the guys and gals who represented us in the academic competitions. Remember those who spent countless hours putting the “A-Blast” to bed and provided the news we followed. Finally, at this time of year remember those who lived on the fringe, who were too awkward to be social, or who just didn't find their niche.  Yes, after forty-five years it’s never too late to reach out and share a message of Merry Christmas, or Happy Holidays, a pleasant email, or phone call. Take the time this season to reach out!  The reason will never be better then now!

Each of you are a reason for me to smile and remember joyful times.  Thank you, the wealth of memories that live on within our website will keep me and hopefully all of us forever young! So, as you ring in the new year lift a smile heavenward and be thankful for your years or tears at AHS.

Paul Peters




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More time together sharing memories 
More time together making memories
More time with friends!