San Juan Alumni Association
Legacy Exhibit Campaign

Over 100 Years of History preserved at the Legacy Exhibit at San Juan High School

History of the San Juan Legacy Exhibit

The Legacy Exhibit Room opened in 2013. Come in and browse through the 100-year history of San Juan High School. Look up old classmates; check out Who’s Who, and find out what is going on with former graduates. See lots of history of the San Juan area, feeder schools, and pioneer families. There are also books written by former students about the communities around the school. Many former teachers were also students of San Juan. 

Purpose of the San Juan Legacy Exhibit

The purpose of the Legacy Exhibit is to educate the local community about the history of San Juan High School. To achieve this goal, we collect, preserve and exhibit artifacts, memorabilia and publications from the school’s alumni, teachers, students and administrative staff.


SJAA Legacy Exhibit Volunteer Docents
Left to Right: Louise (Ennenga) Brown ’52 (Historical Co-Chair)
Jerry Still ’60 (Historical Co-Chair) --- Val Baxter ’60
Eltha (Tremp) Hannum ’49 (Social Chair) and Bobbie Wickman ’49 

New Volunteer Docents are always welcome!
If you are interested in becoming a docent, please contact Louise Brown or Jerry Still. Even an hour or two on an as-needed basis is helpful.