Dear Alumni,

 I have decided to postpone the reunion for one year. New dates for the reunion will be July 8-11, 2021. SAVE THE DATE! Please understand that this was a difficult decision. I had hoped two weeks ago that our current situation with the corona virus would disappear with the warmer weather. I consulted a biochemist, a nurse that is on the front lines of this virus, and my fellow reunion coordinators, and we feel it is in the best interest of all if we postpone it for one year.

The last reunion in 2015 brought in close to 800 people. We expected upwards of 800-1000 this year. I cannot, with a clear conscience, risk the health of that many people, as well as the people that they would encounter on their way here. I have talked with the hotels and the base. They are willing to "change the dates" on everything, so we are good to go for next year.

I'm hopeful that we will make it through this unprecedented world-wide crisis successfully. The virus will dissipate, the economy will improve, and we will once again be able to go into the grocery store and not wonder where all the toilet paper and bread went!

I know this is disappointing news for most of you. However, whether you take this crisis seriously or not, the fact remains that I do.

I will keep you posted regularly. A postcard will go out very soon to all that are registered on the website and in my database. I am doing this to confirm mailing addresses and to urge everyone to register. You don't have to be on Facebook, but if you want to stay informed of all things alumni-related, you need to register on the website found at

Please take care and stay safe! Semper fi! Anita



(The information you provide is for reunion purposes only! If someone is looking for you,
we send YOU an email so you can choose whether or not to get in touch. The request for a second contact
helps us re-locate you in case you fall off the grid between reunions.)


If you have never registered here before:

  1. Click on REGISTER at the top of the page.
  2. Complete the information required on the form.
  3. Please add a SECOND CONTACT (parents, family member) in the MISC INFO box.
  4. Submit your information.

If you have registered before and remember the email address you signed-up with:

  1. Click on LOGIN at the top of the page.
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  3. Click on FORGOT PASSWORD.
  4. This will allow you to reset your password and make sure your information is current.
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  6. Submit your information.

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  4. Submit your information.
  5. I will be notified that you have registered. I can then, delete your old information.

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Next All-Class Reunion will be held at Camp Lejeune
July 8-11, 2021

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Article in The Globe about the reunion

Published July 16, 2015



Lejeune High School is currently under major renovations, resulting in the relocation of the current LHS Memorial Gardens.
As an added enhancement, the Lejeune High School MCJROTC is conducting a BRICK FUNDRAISER MEMORIAL.
These bricks will have a permanent home in the new Memorial Gardens, which is scheduled for
completion by the end of August. Help honor our Devilpup family and friends,
while helping a worthy organization generate much-needed funds.


 2015 Lejeune High School Commemorative Coin



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The mission of our web page is to provide a world-wide method to distribute information about Lejeune High School and to provide a means of communication and contact for all former students, alumni, and faculty.

At some point in our lives, we have a chance to reflect on our lives and the people, places, and events that were special to us and had an impact on us. Many feel that Lejeune High and all that it encompassed was one of those unique places. Many want to reconnect with those experiences and people; others do not and do not want to be contacted, and we will always respect their wishes and privacy.

Your ALUMNI ASSOCIATION is not an elected body of officers and committees (this should be something for us to work on in the future), but it has existed through the dedication and hard work of several individuals and small groups (composed of grads and non-grads) that have teamed together.

The 1940's alumni have set the example for us and have been meeting together for years. Mr. Floyd Bryant and his National Honor Society kept the "alumni files" for years as their club project. When Mr. Bryant retired, the torch was passed to Rose Auber Brown '70 for many years and then Mike Smith '61 filled in as the "keeper of the alumni records." This has been a "labor of love" on everyone's part as today we have over 3500 names in our files; unfortunately, they all do not contain updated addresses due to our very mobile society and loss of contacts.

We hope our web page will assist those who would like to reconnect and stay in contact with their friends and faculty from Camp Lejeune High School (LHS and CLHS).

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