He was the baseball coach in 1978 and 1979 and an assistant football coach when John Elway was first gaining attention as one of the greatest athletes in City Section history.
1983 Class Reunion
Date: September 30, 2023
Location: Sagebrush Cantina
Class Representative: Wendy Zaslove
Contact: www.reunioncommittee.com or 661-259-5999
Dr. Natalie Karapetians was once a teen volunteer at Providence Holy Cross Hospital
Music Producer Joe Kahjadourian (Class of 1999) of The Futuristics has collaborated with the industry’s top artists, scored for blockbuster movies, and always gives back.
Nicole Stetter graduated from GHC in 2006. During her time on our campus she was the JV cheer captain as well as an active writer for the digital magazine called The Bagpipe. She’s taken the interpersonal and creative skills she learned at GHC to work at a top entertainment advertising agency which works to make content for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and more.
Join Our Mission
We enrich Granada Hills Charter’s (GHC) impact by serving as a gateway for alums of all identities, backgrounds, and experiences – across the globe and in our neighborhoods – in order to create and deepen belonging as a GHC Highlander. The purpose of the GHC Alumni Association is to:
- Friend-raise and set up networks of communication among GHC alumni.
- Act as a resource for class reunions and events.
- Develop and maintain the Highlanders Alumni contact information for events and communications.
- Develop projects that involve alumni such as campus improvement, booster activities, and classroom volunteers.
- Act as a resource for the school in providing speakers, volunteers, job shadows, and funding.
- Work with the GHC Excellence Fund to raise money for student scholarships, school grants, and athletic, art and academic programs.
All Highlander graduates and former teachers of Granada Hills Charter (GHC) are automatically members of the GHC Alumni Association. We do not have a paid membership, but request that you all SUBSCRIBE to our member list to stay connected.
The Excellence Fund
The Excellence Fund helps our students and staff achieve great things. At GHC, we have a goal to elevate our enrichment opportunities for students during these challenging times. Our students have had to sacrifice so much by being isolated from their peers and our goal is ensure our students have the resources they need. Contributions support the operating budget of Granada Hills Charter High School and enable us to offer the high standard of education required to prepare students for life. Since becoming an independent charter school in 2003, we have used our resources to distinguish ourselves as a leader in public education.
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By the Numbers
Granada Hills Charter boasts tens of thousands of Highlanders throughout the United States and across the world.
Founded in 1960, more than 60 graduating classes have received diplomas prepared to enter colleges and the workforce.
The School continues to grow and maintain an active directory of over 15,000 alumni through our reunions and networking events.
With the help of our alumni, our community generates $40,000+ annually in charitable giving and fundraising efforts.