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Piedmont High School
Class Of 1963

As 2020 has been filled with incredible surprises, we are mostly fortunate to be able to assist and help our families and friends.

Our “Golden Senior Years” can be a happier age group than some younger counterparts who are working toward their goals. We can help them during these difficult times.

The traditional holidays will start soon with Halloween, Veterans Day (defined by the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, 11.11.11), Thanksgiving Day, Hanukkah, Christmas Day and New Years.

I’ve looked at the websites for our PHS classes of 1959 through 1968 and the class of 1963 is proud to have noticeably more Veterans than the other classes with 1964 running a close second place. Note: The Vet roster on this site is in two parts. The beginning lists Vietnam/Pacific War Theater Vet’s followed by other Vet’s with world wide active service or reserves. Thanks to all who could serve our Country.

 Another positive statistic for 1963 is that we have measurably less classmates listed to In Memory than the other classes. I think that we may be “Fighting Highlanders” !

Our class website guide that we pay for is provided by Class Creator (CC). I have been learning it since 2012 along with Jim Livingstone who has now passed. CC is a DIY format and you must read every word. Being “computer challenged” is an accurate description for most of us, but every website is also different and thinks its own way.

IMPORTANT    The best advice for programs to work is to always Log/Sign In with your email and password. This will let you see and use:   What’s New, Profiles, Roster and to Post Comment In Memory, etc.

Our website often updates and adds features. In our Profiles they have now added places for four more photos and made it easy to add them. Each one is in a grayed inactive frame and they are titled Master (recognizable?), Then, Now, Yearbook or Grad and Videos.

After you Log In to the site, an area appears in the lower part of the yellow area titled Member Functions. Just click on “Edit Profile”. Then you can mouse over each frame and it will change to let you add a photo to that location.

It’s a simple way to add some interest to your profile without having to write anything. If you need assistance, ask me and I'll try !   My contacts are listed at the bottom of this page.


Websites for other PHS Classes

Listed below are the addresses of other PHS class websites for you to review. You can see most all of a site without a password. 

All of these classes use the same basic format with very few variations on details. Each class has their own policy in regard to passwords or guests.

Click on “Contact Us” on any website if you wish alumni assistance for passwords. PHS alumni are well received.







1965:  no website




If you know how to contact either of the 1963 classmates listed below please contact Jeff.

Ten Aun Hwang  and  Stella Wong


Jeff Robinson, PHS 1963, Administrator and Classmate, Benicia, CA (mention PHS in the email subject)     (707) 297-6053