Did/will you graduate from high school with more than 250 people in your class?
Lincoln high school Seattle Washington class of 1968. I don't member first 400 or 800 in my class.
Almost 2500.... It took 42 years to finish the ceremony... It was awful.
That's the largest I have ever heard of.
We had 13 people, and one of them said fuck it and didn't go to the ceremony Lol.
Right around 400, back in '95. The school population has since been split and a new school built, but classes are probably even bigger.
My graduating class in 1981 was 49 people.
My graduating class was 14 people.
When I graduated we had about 1500. They rented a Hugh movie theather. But that's New York.
That's crazy. Did you enjoy having that many classmates?
If I remember right it was just about 250, maybe a few more. I imagine it still is, as they have around 1100 students in the school at any given time, and most graduate.
My current sophomore class is 412, I think.
107, I think.
Just under 250.
My graduating class was 35, and yes, it was a public school.
Were you a 2a or 3a?
2A. My class was the smallest they'd had in a couple of decades. My sister's class 4 years later had 74 graduates.
My school was between 40-60 for the most part.
120, I think. It's been a while..
I wish I would've graduated from a school near that size.
It was nice. You knew everyone in grade and most of the people in the school.
I knew about half of my class. My school was split in two campuses. Freshman and sophomores at one and upperclassman at the other.
Dang, ours was small enough to fit k-12 in one block.
Right around 220
We had about 900 :( it took years to finish that ceremony.
I know that feelings. I had 962 in my class. Graduation took 4 hours.
And my reunion is this spring. Call me crazy but I think I'm ditching it lol
I don't blame you. My school doesn't host organized reunions.