Former, or current students, faculty, staff and friends. Welcome to this site celebrating the 125 years Fullerton Union High School has been around.
I am sure the school will even be here long after this quaint way to communicate has gone the way of the telegraph!
Your suggestions and corrections are welcome.
Yearbooks are an integral part of our high school experience. We all remember getting our yearbooks, then heading all over campus to have friends, faculty or maybe even that "love interest" we'd never fear approach otherwise.
We are in the process of adding yearbooks to our collection as time permits. We added five newly scanned yearbooks on August 26th, 2018. They are available to download for free, just follow the instructions below.
If you are able to add to our collection, great! We'll send you a free F.U.H.S. Alumni tee-shirt for your troubles!
We are proud to be Alumni of FUHS. Our school tradition that spans back into the 19th Century. We are the Tribe! We've been blessed with an amazing education.
"An education isn`t how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It`s being able to differentiate between what you know and what you don`t." ~Anatole France
Isn't it strange what just a couple of years, and a few thousand Big Macs can do to a person?
(Hence the photo from the annual.)
I ran for Senior class treasurer in 1977, lost to Tim Kaaiawahia, then somehow, people took pity on me, and gave me a position as the "Production Chairperson." (a non voting member of the ASB Executive branch of the student government.) I even had the Assembly Committee to help me out. They were: Susan Hatfield, Kathy Webber, Mike Coker, Martin Hornick, Wayne Phillips, Jon Burke, Christina Rosensson and Kathy Fowler. (photo on page 155 of 1977 Pleiades Yearbook)
Thanks for the job, and to all that made 1977 a great year!