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          Honor ~
                    Achievement ~ 
                                     Service

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Please note that this site is still being developed and is being presented in a free preview mode.

Not all content is being made available currently.  Availability of some content may change over the next several weeks as we work to finish up this website.

Access is currently fee and open to everyone.

Stating in the late January

much of the site content is planned to be restricted to 'Dues' paying subscribers

(those who both, Sign-Up to the site & Purchase an Alumni Membership plan).

So, essentially, starting soon, you will want to complete two steps:

                                                           1) "Sign-Up" (create an account with a login and a password)

                                                           2) Purchase a Membership Plan (we only have one $10 plan) to see all content.

This $10 fee also counts as your SHSAA Dues payment, so please consider continuing to support your SHSAA.

The Dues helps support hosting and running the website,

just as Dues have supported the printing and mailing of the paper Newsletters over the years.

Please be patient as we begin the transition away from printed & postal mailed Newsletters.

Please direct all feedback, comments, questions or concerns to us at in an email to:

shsaa@ShadysideAlumniAssociation.org

Reunion & Loop Fest Weekend
June    14-15    2024

60th - Class of 1964
50th - Class of 1974
40th - Class of 1984
30th - Class of 1994
20th - Class of 2004
10th - Class of 2014

55th - Class of 1969
45th - Class of 1979
35th - Class of 1989
25th - Class of 1999
15th - Class of 2009
  5th - Class of 2019

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About us...

We always welcome those who want to support our efforts and help with activities, especially the fundraising for scholarships, grants for teachers.

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ABOUT OUR SCHOOL

Shadyside High School was established in the early 1900's at the Central Avenue location where the OR&W Fire Station stands today.

STUDENTS

It's about providing assistance to all our students through the grants to teachers/classrooms and recognizing several students each year who have worked and demonstrated a desire to attend additional education.

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SCHOLARSHIPS

Alumni contributions have provided more than $300,000 in awarded scholarships over the past 28 years of the program.  

Great jobs Alumni, please keep helping and inspire others to contribute!

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