The English High School Association, the incorporated society of alumni, was founded in 1853 with the stated object of promoting the usefulness and the prosperity of the English High School of Boston.
To honor the history, pride, and traditions of The English High School by building a legacy that supports and inspires students in their educational pursuits and celebrates distinguished alumni achievement.
To ensure every English High School student is afforded quality academic instruction, resources, and support necessary to achieve their full potential to lead with honor, achievement, and service to humankind.
Michael Thomas '67
It is with great pride I welcome you to the new EHSA website, a work of passion representing our alma mater. In the past we attempted to renovate our database and provide to all alums, a refreshing update on how English High School is doing as well as the Alumni Association---this year we are serious, we’re ‘all-in’.
Much has been verbalized in the past but today we embark upon several activities to notice:
EHSA website www.EnglishHighAlumni.org
200th Anniversary Gala planning, 2021
Alumni networking everywhere, any class, any alum
Over the past several months, we’ve found many alumni whose accomplishments we were unaware of or had lost contact with. In our new alumni office in West Roxbury, each day sheds a light on an alum who has accomplished something amazing; we have enough success stories to fill a book. Go to our Website to read about some of these upcoming stories.
With the direct support of our Alumni Association, English High School Programs are receiving a financial boost. Resulting from a $200,000 gift to the Association, the biggest in our history, the EHS Alumni and Friends Tutoring Center will have provided over 500 students interactions this year alone. EHS’s Pathways Program is giving students ‘real world’ learning experiences mirroring the workplace environment, while developing literacy and critical thinking skills. These programs have become indispensable and provide a springboard to college for many.
Your Alumni Association is planning more events this year, Breakfast Club Reunions regionally, Cape, MetroWest, North and South Shores. Don’t be left out this year. Get in touch, reach out to a classmate or friend to find out more about us, go to your EHSA website…. make sure you’re in our database so we can communicate frequently.
Most of all, come visit us and/or the school. EHS is doing very well and so is your Alumni Association. Come join the procession toward our 200th Celebration. It will be fun for all, a Gala event you will not want to miss!
All the best, Mike
EHSA Board of Directors
Click on name for bio and contact info
Michael F. Thomas '67, President
Caitlin Murphy, Headmaster,
Honorary 1st Vice President
Frank Williams '67, Second Vice President
Richard H. Marson '51, Director
Stephen M. Berkowitz '60, Director
Joseph C. Carter '72, Secretary
Henry A. Russell '61, Director
Enoch Woodhouse II '44, Director
John Talbot '68, Director & Trustee
Raymond Smith III '61, Director & Trustee
Lisa Martinez '82, Director & Trustee
Allan Kiser '82, Director
Arthur Bowes '64, Treasurer
Wayne Lucas '68, Director
EHSA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
EHS Class '94 Reunion
June 8, 2019
If you missed this opportunity to gather with your classmates, there will be another reunion for the Class of '94 on
November 14, 2019
The Lantana Restaurant
43 Scanlon Drive - Randolph
On Friday, April 26th EHSA launched its first Breakfast Club at the Cape Codder in Hyannis.
We were honored to have the retired MBTA General Manager, Robert H. Prince, Jr. EHS '67 as speaker.
Our next Breakfast Club is at the Boston Marriott Newton on June 14th.
Boston Celtics legend Sam Jones
with Bob Prince '67
Red Sox ticket raffle winner
James Grady '55
Mike Thomas, EHSA President, visited with Jim and presented him the winning tickets. Click on the events tab to learn details on how you can win. Go Sox!