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This is the Medford Senior High School alumni website for graduates of 1969 and 1970. This site was created by Tammy O'Grady Alley ('69) as a venue for registered alumni to participate in reunion planning; to communicate with old friends and classmates; participate in surveys, polls and forums; view yearbook photos, photos posted by classmates and more. Membership to this site has no cost to you, has always been that way and will always be that way. Don't be fooled by other alumni sites claiming to be us and charging for your membership. This site is the one and only, original MSHS alumni site for graduates of 1969 & 1970. If you are a graduate of MSHS in either '69 or '70 and would like to join, you can do so in 3 easy steps.


  1. First, click on the Classmate Profiles link located toward the top left of any page; next click on your graduation year, it will take you to a list of Classmates.
  2. Find your name and click on it.  You will see "JOIN HERE", and right below, "Please click here now to complete your Profile"; click on "click here now".
  3. Follow the prompts to create your Profile. Your email address will be your log in ID and you will need your password to log in unless you select the "Keep Me Logged In" button.

Personalize your Profile page with information such as what you've been up to since graduation, school memories, your family, and favorite photos.

Welcome friends! If you did not graduate with us but are a friend to either class, you can still join our site as an invited guest. Click this Contact Us link and send us your name (including maiden if applicable), email address and your senior class year. Guests become members at the discretion of the website administrators and are listed separately at the end of the Classmate Profiles page.

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