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Class Reunion News

Find out if a reunion is being organized for your class and view photos of past reunions. Reunion news

Alumni encouraged to include tour as part of their reunion festivities 

Organizers of class reunions are encouraged to schedule a tour of the high school as part of their reunion weekend activities. Come with your classmates to see all of the changes that have taken place through the years. Check out the new gym, media center and computer labs—and some of the areas that haven’t changed a bit—the “pits,” the North and South Cafeterias and some of the old classrooms and lockers.

The preferred time for a tour, which lasts approximately one hour, is Saturday at 1 p.m. or 2 p.m.

To schedule a guided tour, contact Athletic Director Greg Sirico at 845-987-3000, Ext. 12880 or gsirico@wvcsd.org.

A call to alumni: Tell us how we did!

The Warwick Valley Central School District invites all graduates to rate their high school experience. Complete a brief survey.

Alma Mater

Warwick High School held a contest in the fall of 1943 to select an alma mater, or school song. The winning entry was a collaborative effort, with music written by Mr. Ken Durland (’46) and lyrics by Stella Bogdanski Mileski (’45). Here are the lyrics:

We hail to the Alma Mater
all our triumphs we offer to you.
We will fight for the right to do better,
your spirit will lead us through.

May the purple and golden banner wave
toward that goal above.
All for our Warwick High School,
for this, the school we love.

The song was first performed by the Glee Club at the school’s Spring Concert in 1944. View  the original Warwick High School Alma Mater sheet music

High school diplomas available for qualified U.S. veterans unable to complete secondary education

Any veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States who served in World War II, the Korean Conflict or the Vietnam War and who was unable, for any reason, to complete a secondary education, may be awarded a local diploma at no charge, based on recently reauthorized regulations. Veteran must be a NYS resident. The next of kin of a deceased veteran may also apply for and receive such diploma, on behalf of the deceased. Contact Ms. J. Naples, secretary to WVHS principal, at 845-987-3000, Ext. 12511 to make arrangements.