Welcome to the Arkansas High Alumni Association web site for all alumni of Arkansas High and designed by AHS Alumni to help our classmates of the past and present find each other for a real on-line reunion. If you would like to join, just go to the "Student Body" page and fill out the FORM at the bottom of the page and you will be added to our directories which are categorized by Graduation Year.  These directories have been donated by our members and start with the year 1919.  After joining, you will receive a password to allow you access to our Alumni Directories and you will be placed on our mailing list for future updates.  We encourage everyone to send their personal INFORMATION and PHOTOS which will be placed on your own page for other members to see. FREE!   Be sure and check out our collection of  Screensavers and Wallpaper !

  All Email addresses on this web site are encrypted to block spammers.  

Most Likely to Succeed

While searching out your classmates here, you may find some surprises since there were more than one person in each class who would get that vote now. Arkansas High has produced many successful alumni from Teachers & College Professors to Military Men & Women, Senators, Doctors, Nurses, Writers, Lawyers, and even Federal Judges.  Don't forget the hundreds that chose to start their OWN successful businesses......On to Greatness

Be sure to sign our Yearbook or at least read what other alumni say about this web site....

"This is a great place to look for classmates that you haven't been able to keep in touch with. Whooooo--Pig Sooie!" - Kathy Kessell Bramlett (76)

"Love this site! Also thanks for the messages and information sent. Hope to hear from everyone. I love reading how well some of the students I taught (Was Mrs. Hickerson then) turned out and hope I had something to do with this." - Margaret Vinson Hooper (54)

"What I remember the most from those years at Arkansas was a great feeling of security. I teach 9th through 12th graders here and I am shocked by their lack of it! My mom is living in Fayetteville, Arkansas and is in her 84th year. So many of you had her in biology and she remembers most of you, especially Jerry Beasley , Mike Hurst, Paula Dickey,and Jean Stickney. I have been married to the same guy for 33 years and call Mississippi my home. Loved every minute of being a Hog! Best to you all!!! " - Carol Ruth Lancaster Clanton  (65)




On our city's eastern border,
Reared against the sky,
Proudly stands our Alma Mater,
As the years roll by.
Forward ever, be our watchword,
Conquer and prevail,
Hail to thee our Alma Mater,
Arkansas, All Hail!






Bulletin Board One of the main purposes of this web site is to notify alumni of up-coming reunions
You can have your own Reunion Info posted.  


To Join us,  go to the Student Body page and fill out the form at the bottom of the page and you will receive a password to view the Student Directories and be added to your class directory.  Check out the User Friendly way to send your Photos on this page. You will also find our SEARCH page to help you locate your friends. You can also Search the Web without leaving our Search Page. 

Click to read about
Cartoons by Vic Harville (Class of 61)


Click to read about 
"What is special about this Hog?"

Hog Scraps
Items of Interest that don't fit in any other catagory


How many people in your family graduated 
or attended Arkansas High? List them here !


Check to see if your reunion photos are here
If they aren't .........send em in

Read past issues of Razorback News, Old Yearbooks, 
Old Photos, & Alumni Articles
On the "Memories Page"



Yearbook Project
65 Plus Yaerbooks



Watch the HogAlumni Movie


Click Image for snapshot of Class Alumni Directory
We have collected directories from Class Reunions and other sources starting with 1918.  60 years collected so far! These directories contain addresses, Telephone#, email adr, photos, and biographies of these alumni. Over 15,000 alumni listed. To get instructions on viewing these directories, go to the "Student Body" page.

Click the photo above for Our Tribute to our soldiers in the Middle East with photos and movies including a prayer by Pres. Roosevelt and a song  by John Wayne.


Our Sincere Thanks to Wilson Stewart 
of DuPont High School - Hermitage, Tennessee 
for the Alma Mater Sound Clip