The Alumni Association is doing great things for the
school and its students.
Your membership dues make it happen, so if
you haven't yet sent in your dues for the year,
please print the Membership Application Form and mail it in with your check or money order.
That $15 goes a long
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They'll be interested in the changes to the school and what the
Association is doing to help.
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The Northwest Classen Alumni Association is a non-profit organization serving alumni and friends of Northwest Classen High School in Oklahoma City. Presently there are over 500 members. The goal of the organization is to be of service to Northwest Classen and to alumni. In keeping with this, the NWCAA sponsors clean-up days, helps out with Homecoming, is collecting historical items and is working to help classes with their reunions, along with a host of other projects. One of the best services of the NWCAA is the membership newsletter "The New Shield". This publication contains information on association events, happenings at the school, reunion notices, and lots of other neat stuff. This website is also provided by the Alumni Association.
Last Updated ( Sunday, 05 February 2012 10:17 )
NorthWest Classen High School History
Written by Administrator/ChrisS78
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 21:04
Northwest Classen High School History
Northwest Classen High School was built in 1955 to meet the growing need for educational facilities in northwest Oklahoma City. It was designed after a committee of architects and administrators visited and studied forty schools in seven states. The final architechure plan was made by Hudgins, Thompson, Ball and Associates, and construction was performed by the Builders Company. The building was first opened on September 3, 1955 with 10th, 11th and 12th grades. The 9th grade were admitted when the second wing was completed in 1956. Enrollment in 1956 was 2,002.