Alumni Center

  • The Rush-Henrietta Alumni Center was created to help facilitate communication between all Rush-Henrietta graduates, no matter which high school you attended. By using the links listed to the left, you can search for classmates, add yourself to the online database, post reunion information, and view upcoming reunions. In addition, you can view Rush-Henrietta Distinguished Alumni by clicking the appropriate link on the left-hand side of this page. For many years, the Distinguished Alumni Awards were sponsored by the Rush-Henrietta Education Foundation. Trustees established the recognition program in 2000, and have honored numerous notable alumni.

    RHAC Meeting

     
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    Rush-Henrietta memorabilia from the 1940s and 1950s was on display.

    The Rush-Henrietta Alumni Council (RHAC) was established in 2006 to strengthen ties between the district and its graduates. RHAC, led by President Joe Bellanca '65, strives to reconnect graduates through communication and events. Officers, class contacts, and distinguished alumni of the Rush-Henrietta Alumni Council gathered at Rochester Institute of Technology on February 1, 2008, to celebrate the organization's accomplishments and share future goals. If you would like to be a member of the Alumni Council, please contact Joe Bellanca '65 at cjbellanca@rochester.rr.com!

     


     

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    Terry Matthews-DeSant '55, the late Bob Thompson '58, and Joe Bellanca '65, share memories.

     

     

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    Terry Matthews-DeSant '55 and the late Bob Thompson '58 reminisce.

     

     

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    Gary Junge '66 (center) talks to Jack Gaffney '51 and Joe Bellanca '65.

     

     

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    Mary Ann Hinz '66 helped organize the alumni event.

     

     

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    Joe Bellanca '65, president of RHAC, addresses attendees.

     

     

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    Connie Bellanca, retired teacher, with Martha Mack '80, Jack Gaffney '51, and Laura Sadowski '77.

     

     

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    Rush-Henrietta memorabilia, donated by Dorothy Porreca '48, was displayed

     

     

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    This 1965 class ring clearly shows the Rush-Henrietta crest.

     

     



    Thank you for visiting the Alumni Center! Please visit the District History link! Rush-Henrietta has a rich tradition that can be traced back for six decades. We hope you enjoy learning more about it, or taking a stroll down memory lane.

    Yearbooks Sought: The Rush-Henrietta Alumni Council is seeking donations of yearbooks so it can have a complete collection. To learn more, click here.