Alumni Information

We value our alumni, and strive to enhance our relationship with them.

PHS panther head logo
 

Alumni Hall of Fame

The Plymouth High School Alumni Hall of Fame was created by the PHS Student Council in 2010 to honor individuals who have made a difference, who have achieved a high level of success, and who have given unselfishly to make their community a better place. The Hall of Fame gives PHS an opportunity to publicly acknowledge alumni for their contributions and to provide excellent role models for current students.

New candidates may be nominated annually in the spring. Nominees must have graduated from PHS at least 10 years ago. Distinguished alumni are men and women who have made exceptional achievements in endeavors including, but not limited to, education, science and technology, business, literature, athletics, and public service.

Members of the Plymouth High School Hall of Fame

2019 Honorees: Stan Struve, April Doebert-Fischer
2018 Honorees: Ralph C. Stayer, Allen Nohl
2017 Honorees: Gary Gritt, Joel Dudley, Beau Hoopman
2016 Honorees: Darwin Blanke, Thomas Kestell, Lisa Jaster
2015 Honorees: Gilbert G. Gilman, Sharon (Blanke) Chappy, Roger Boeckmann
2014 Honorees: Luther F. Schriefer, David G. Wacker, Joan Vorpagel
2013 Honorees: James Hemauer, Nancy Blick Jusky, Bill Miller
2012 Honorees: Lou Gentine, Wayne Huberty, Laura Schwartz
2011 Honorees: Anthony Evers, Philip Krueger, Barbara (Koehler) Lavallee, Kathryn Schilling
2010 Honorees: Carol Edler Baumann, Kazuhiko Maekawa, Timm A Zimmermann

Learn more about the Plymouth High School Alumni Hall of Fame, including bios on all of the inductees

 

Class Reunions

Please send reunion information to the Plymouth Education Foundation at info@plymouthedfoundation.org.
Learn more: View or download a guide to planning PHS Class Reunions.

Upcoming reunions

Class of 1969

The PHS Class of 1969 is having its 50-year class reunion the weekend of Homecoming, Sept. 27-28, 2019. Classmates will gather between 3 and 4 p.m. in front of the Lutheran Church for the parade and to receive T-shirts to commemorate this event. They will participate in the parade and then meet at Antonio's before going to the Homecoming game.

On Saturday Sept. 28, classmates will gather at the Exchange Bank Coffee shop at 11am to choose any activity people want to do, such as golfing, hiking, or walking downtown to see the murals. At 5pm, classmates will start to gather at Racer’s Hall, where a light dinner buffet will be served at 6:30pm. Cost is $25 at the door.

Classmates who haven’t registered can still come to the Saturday night event. Cost will be $25/person. Any questions can be directed to Barb Drewry-Zimmerman at 920-893-5189.

Class of 1979

The PHS Class of 1979 is having its 40-year class reunion during Homecoming. Classmates are invited to meet downtown on Friday Sept. 27 to join the float in the parade, either riding or walking, with social time afterward at City Club. The class will gather at 5:30 p.m. Saturday Sept. 28th at Winooski Bowmen’s Club; $25 per person covers dinner, drinks, etc. Contact reunion chairman Rod Mueller with questions at (920) 838-0161 or ram-bam18@hotmail.com.

Class of 1994

The PHS Class of 1994 is having its 25-year class reunion the weekend of Homecoming, Sept. 27-28, 2019. Classmates are meeting at 4pm Saturday Sept. 28 at City Club.

 

Contacting classmates

The Plymouth Education Foundation has a database of email addresses for alumni, and encourages reunion organizers to share updated contact information after reunions. To ensure that we have updated information for you, please fill out the Plymouth High School alumni contact form. The information is stored in a spreadsheet and made available to those who are planning reunions. If you don't wish to share all of your information, please at least share your graduating year and email address.

 

Request a Transcript

Alumni can request copies of their high school transcripts.
Learn more: View or download the transcript request instructions.