The W. H. Adamson High School Alumni Association will hold its 17th annual All-Class Reunion at the school on Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Located at 309 E. Ninth in the Oak Cliff, Adamson High School is the oldest continuously-active high school in Dallas ISD.
On Friday, April 28, the Adamson Alumni 2017 Charity Golf Classic is scheduled at the Golf Club of Dallas, 2201 W. Red Bird Lane.
Saturday’s All-Class Reunion will include a number of activities for all former students, including a reunion program, induction of outstanding graduates and faculty into the Adamson Hall of Honor, tours of the school, and a luncheon in the school cafeteria.
Oak Cliff High School was built in 1915 at Ninth and Beckley streets in Oak Cliff and was renamed for its long-time principal and former Oak Cliff Public School Superintendent, W. H. Adamson, upon his death in 1935. Operating continuously as a high school at that location makes it the oldest continuously operating high school building in Dallas. The original building is a city, state and national landmark and still stands next to the new building opened in 2012.
Reservations for the Golf Tournament and/or for the Reunion Luncheon may be made at Adamson Alumni Association, PO Box 4753, Dallas, TX 75208, the association’s website adamsonalums.org or by contacting Minnie Busby at 214-363-1061 or email@example.com.
The reunion program is open to the public.