Pearl City High School (PCHS) Alumni, we're looking for you! Well, actually it's time to organize. Through the years, PCHS alumni have contacted the school looking for information with regards to class reunions.
PCHS Student Activities Director, Ms. Mike T. Ishihara would like to organize reunion planners to make it easier to respond to alumni seeking information. "Graduates who live on the mainland call the school for info because they don't know where else to turn," said Ms. Ishihara. "All those calls are forwarded to me and I try to connect them to right person."
Ms. Ishihara has been at Pearl City High School since its opening back in 1971. If you attended PCHS , you may have had Ms. Ishihara as your teacher. In her current position as Student Activities Director, you probably stopped into her office to cruise and chat. The walls and counter tops in her office contain almost 40 years of graduation photo's as well as updated photo's of the graduates and their families.
Ms. Mike Ishihara with her collection of PCHS graduation photo's in her Pearl City High School office. Photo By: Barry Villamil / email@example.com
More PCHS graduation photo's that line Ms. Ishihara's office walls. Photo By: Barry Villamil / firstname.lastname@example.org
As a PCHS Alumni, Class of '77, I would be very interested in having access to a central contact base to attain reunion information. Currently, the fence line along Moanalua Road as you enter Pearl City serves as a strategic reunion announcement location to get the word out.
PCHS Class of 2000 banner on Moanalua Road in Pearl City. (That really makes me feel old) Photo By: Barry Villamil / email@example.com
If you are a PCHS reunion planner or looking for class reunion information contact Ms. Mike Ishihara at: (808) 454-5552 or e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org