Photo by Sena Christian ?I got a lot of memories. I was in the principal?s office every week, so I had a lot of fun. I played football and I was quarterback. We won the championships two years. We also won the baseball championships three years in a row. I?m the only one left from my baseball team.?
~ John Piches, class of 1939
Photo by Sena Christian ?I remember a basketball game when we were seniors and with seconds left in the game, (a player) made a wild shot and won the game. It wasn?t just a game. It was a tournament. That was a really big thing I remember. It was a good time to go to school in Roseville. We went to the swimming pool and would walk home even after dark and our parents didn?t worry. It was a nice, safe environment.?
~ June (Howe) Wanish, class of 1949
Photo by Sena Christian ?My favorite teacher was Alta Graham, who taught algebra and geometry. I was in Spanish Club and I was in the band. I played drums.?
~ Barbara (Hull) Musgrove, class of 1952
Photo by Sena Christian ?I wanted to get out of high school because I wanted to be a nurse. There was a Future Nurses Club and I was a member of that. I?ve been taking care of patients since 1963 when I worked in a hospital to pay for college. I?ve been a nurse for 42 years.?
~ VaNae (Vetterli) Crabtree, class of 1962
Courtesy photo ?I always liked going to school there and feel very fortunate to have been able to attend classes in the beautiful, original ?High School on the Hill? building, as my mom had also done. I have many special memories of participating in homecoming week activities, attending the games and dances, the excitement of riding on the ?Rooters? bus to our away games, baking cookies for our class to be sent to servicemen in Vietnam and the fun of going on the Spanish Club bus trips to San Francisco.?
~ Judy (Pugliese) Aguilar, class of 1971
Courtesy photo ?My favorite memories of high school would be the Fridays when we had home games. The pep rallies, the game and getting together with my friends after the game. I currently work for the city of Roseville Fire Department as a fire captain and have been for 27 years.?
~ Frank Cervantes, Jr., class of 1980
Courtesy photo ?I?d have to say the experience of being a cheerleader my freshman year was my best high school memory. I loved being on the field during football games and feeling the excitement of performing at half time or during pep rallies. Everyone said hello to me in the halls, even if they didn?t know me. I really felt like I was part of a family and loved being involved with school activities.?
~ Brenda (Farkas) Davis, class of 1993
Courtesy photo ?When I started thinking about my favorite memory from high school there was a flood of images that rushed to mind: decorating the gym on a Thursday night before a big rally, painting posters in the hallway to promote spirit week, practicing ridiculous dances and skits. When I was in high school, homecoming (was) always a highlight of the year.?
~ Kristen (Fuller) Kamrar, class of 2002
Photo by Philip Wood ?The rallies make me feel like a part of the school?s spirit. I realize that attending those rallies, supporting the school in the arts and what I do at the school (with the Comedy Sportz team) will leave a legacy for future generations to come.?
~ Michael Levine, class of 2012