Lowell High School Alumni Relations
From mentors, advisors, guest speakers, tutors and more, the Lowell High Alumni are valuable resources for current students.
The Alumni Relations Program, funded in part from the Cummings Foundation, is a collaboration between Project LEARN, the Greater Lowell Community Foundation and the Lowell Public School district. We invite alumni to connect with each other, and find ways to work on new and existing programs within the schools to better the academics and the lives of all Lowell Public School students. Find us on Facebook to stay informed!
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Lowell High School Distinguished Alumni
This award honors individuals who have attended or graduated from Lowell High School, Lowell, MA and have distinguished themselves by reaching the highest level of personal and professional accomplishment in their lives. Recipients also must distinguish themselves by possessing the highest standards of integrity and character to reflect and enhance positively the prestige of Lowell High School. You can learn more and nominate a potential Distinguished Alum on Lowell High's website.
Board of Directors
James W. Moriarty, Chairperson
Brian Marin, Selection Chair Ex-Officio
Tim Hirbour, Treasurer
Marianne Busteed, Head of School Ex-Officio
Trudy Vail Michel
Brian Martin, Chairperson
Catie Larocque, FLHS
Trudy Vail Michel
Chester Szablak, Jr.
Click here for a full list of Lowell High Distinguished Alumni awardees.
Upcoming Lowell High Reunions
2020 fall reunions will be added here as they are announced.
LHS Alumni Association
The LHS Alumni Association Kickoff Event was held on Tuesday September 19th at Uncharted Gallery on Market Street here in Lowell. The Gallery was buzzing with stories from the halls of Lowell High School. Classmates from years 1969-2011 swapped stories and laughs at the Alumni Association Kick Off! You can check out the photos on our Facebook page.
Alumni Jamie O'Hearn ('02), Linda Sou ('01), and Tom Thornton ('99) greeted guests and discussed ways to get involved and the importance of the role of alumni in shaping the future of our students and the district. Between all the laughing, story-swapping and networking, we brainstormed goals and activities for the organization with the help of Patti Quigley ('82) and Diana Nguyen ('10).
From this kickoff event, Project LEARN formed an LHS Alumni Association Steering Committee that is meeting every other month to implement the goals and activities discussed. If you are interested in joining the steering committee or learning more about how you can get involved, email Shamir Rivera.