LAHS Class of 1989 Reunion Set For August 9-11



The LAHS class of 1989 will hold its 30th graduation reunion the weekend of August 9 – 11, 2019. Class of ’89 graduates, as well as friends and family, are welcome to attend the weekend festivities. For details and to sign up, please visit

The class has planned a range of events to celebrate:

  • Friday, August 9: 

6:30 pm Concert at Ashley Pond

Join the class in a reserved area at the Secret City Concert series at Ashley Pond. Look for the Class of ’89 sign. As with all the summer concerts, this is a family-friendly event, and alumni are encouraged to bring family. Note that it is a no-host gathering, with food and drink available from nearby vendors.

  • Saturday, August 10: 

8 am Golf tournament at Los Alamos Municipal Golf Course

Join fellow alums in a round of golf Saturday morning. Please sign up on the web site; fees will be paid on Saturday at the golf course.

3:30 pm Tour of the new, renovated Los Alamos High School, plus class photo

A tour organized by the Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation will walk you through the new LAHS. The class of ’89 will take a group photo at the conclusion of the tour.

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Mixer at Fuller Lodge

Alumni will gather at Fuller Lodge to reconnect with friends and classmates from 30 years ago. The event will include heavy appetizers and a no-host bar, including beer from Los Alamos’ own Bathtub Row Brewery. Please sign up and purchase a ticket for the event on the web site as soon as possible. Cost is $15/person.

  • Sunday, August 11:

10:00 am Brunch and Remembrance

The final organized event will be a gathering at Ashley Pond to remember members of the class of 1989 who have passed away. Breakfast burritos from El Parasol will be available. Friends and family are welcome. You can purchase tickets on the web site. Cost is $10/person.

Lastly, Class of 1989 alums David Lyons and Stephanie Archuleta—board members of the Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation—are challenging their fellow alumni to join them in raising $5,000 for the Foundation before the end of the reunion. Lyons said, “There’s no question that these Los Alamos schools helped make each of us who we are today. Stephanie and I are asking our fellow graduates to give back by donating whatever amount they are able to help continue the important work of the Foundation.”

Donations can be made at