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Minuteman High held all-alumni reunion

Minuteman High School logoMinuteman High School plans to hold an all-alumni reunion at the school on Wednesday, May 8, from 5 to 8 p.m., just a few months before the opening of the newly constructed school later this year.

Alumni, students, past employees, current employees and members of the Minuteman Parent Association are welcome to attend.

It will be an evening of reminiscing and giving a final farewell to the existing Minuteman building. Light refreshments and appetizers prepared by the culinary-arts students and staff will be served.

A $20 fee per person covers the cost of hosting this event.

To register, please go to and look on the right-hand side of the home page where it says Registration Shortcuts. You can also register by calling 781-861-6500, Ext. 7323.

For more information, contact Allison Barry, alumni association lead, at abarry at or call 781-861-6500, Ext. 1726.

Brick fund-raiser

The association is also sponsoring a Minuteman brick fund-raiser to benefit the association and the Minuteman General Scholarship Fund. Bricks with an inset commemorative coin, embossed and enamel-glazed, can be purchased through this registration. If ordering a ticket and brick, please choose that option in the ticket menu. Bricks can be claimed at the event with your ticket or picked-up at the school before June 7.

Those who need a place to stay on the night of the event can contact Shamara Lamar at the Aloft Hotel, across the street from the school, who can assist with discounted lodging. Call 781-761-1729 or email SLamar at

Anyone interested in applying to Minuteman High School is urged to act promptly. Applications for admission are coming in quickly because of the high level of public interest in the new, state-of-the-art high school under construction. Visit and go to the Admissions tab on the home page.

Minuteman is five months away from moving into a $145 million facility that has been designed to support a robust college and career academy model. The academy model was adopted by staff and administration to create smaller “schools within a school” thereby promoting more personalized learning founded upon close relationships between students and teachers. 

This news release was published Saturday, April 6, 2019.

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