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Foundation updates KHS Alumni Association!


Welcome to the first edition of the Kearney High Alumni e-Echo newsletter! KPS Foundation is here to help you connect with your friends and school! One change you should know about is that the Foundation is no longer collecting Alumni Association dues. If an online website asks you to pay dues, please know that they are not affiliated with Kearney High Alumni Association.

5 inducted into KHS Athletic Hall of Fame


On January 10, Kearney High School Inducted five individuals in the KHS Athletic Hall of Fame: Brandon Brill, David Miller, Jerry Thomas, Marc Bauer, and Tom McCann. A presentation took place after the first seven wrestling matches during the wrestling meet at KHS.

Recognizing Outstanding Kearney Alumni R.O.K.A


We're proud to share our ROKA recipients including our most recent, Jeff Stelling and Linda Houtz Parker!

Advertise your business in our upcoming Re-Echo!


We're publishing a newly updated Re-Echo this Spring for our nearly 9,000 Kearney High School Alumni! This is a new opportunity to share your business with people who call Kearney home wherever they might live!

Alumni Deaths


We are saddened to hear of the passing of these Bearcat Alumni. Mary Altmaier '54 of Kearney, died January 14, 2019 Shad Carpenter '82 of Kearney, died January 12, 2019 Jimmie "Jim" Kenton '64 of Minden, died January 4, 2019 Ann Sullivan '80 of Kearney, died January 3, 2019

2019 class reunions


We are pleased to share a prominiary list of classes having reunions in 2019. If you are coordinating a reunion and have information about the classes listed. please contact us.

First Baptist Church moves in to old Kearney High


KEARNEY — The old Kearney High School at 3610 W. 36th St. is about to rise like Lazarus. At 8:30 a.m. Sunday, members from First Baptist Church will begin a Walk of the Cross procession. In relay fashion, as if carrying the Olympic torch, they carry a cross from their old sanctuary at 1616 W. 39th St. to their new one: the 60-year-old former high school about a mile away.

Honoring the Old Kearney High School


In an effort to never forget our past, First Baptist wants to honor those who made the old Kearney High School their home. First Baptist is raising money to memorialize Old Kearney High, and we’re asking you to join us in remembering the past while impacting the future! As a part of the building process, we want to recognize those who made this building so special. We will do this by honoring all 1961-2016 graduates in an Alumni Room, a Memory Arch, and in the new front entryway. All donations go to the construction of these memorial spaces.

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