- Reunite the Sennites of multiple class years and make new Senn Friends Forever.
- Bring old school spirit back to the students of today and keep it alive for the students of tomorrow.
- Raise awareness that Senn High School is the best.
- Maintain pride and preservation of Senn.
- Ensure that Senn High School remains a vibrant landmark for the past, present and the future students.
- Mentor and instill pride of today's students.
In the beginning our founder Ron Kesselring had organized class reunions and with the help and suggestions from retired teachers Pam Young and Elston Elston it was strongly suggested for him to start an alumni association. Working together with Pam Young and former Principal Richard Norman, Ron had started the first of many alumni events to come and with so many Senn friends, the name of the alumni association clearly became Senn Friends Forever. After all, at each Senn Alumni Event we strongly encourage alums of multi class years to meet new friends, both younger and older and soon they will and shall remain Senn Friends Forever.
Meet your Senn Friends Forever Alumni Committee
Our highly dedicated staff ensures the best out of each reunion & event that we host and that's our promise!
Whether if it's the Senn Senntennial, Reunions, Alumni Picnics, Sock Hop Dances, etc. we'll do whatever we can for you to enjoy yourselves and to get as many Senn Alumni & Faculty to attend any one event.
Class of 1982
Founder, Alumni Coordinator & Event Planner
Owner of the Original Mr. DJ
Retired Local 134 I.B.E.W. Electrician
Editor & Director of "Broken Chair Productions"
former CEO of Political Nation
Proud father of 5 and a Proud grandfather of 5
"What I loved about Senn was the vast diversity of cultures. I loved that we were in the Guinness Book of records for having more nationalities under our roof than the United Nations did at that time. I strongly believe that experience alone helped make me into the loving man I am today for all. I loved the numerous friendships that I have built up and my closest friends from high school we are all still great friends today".
"Senn is not just a school, we are all a family and that's why we are and shall remain Senn Friends Forever"
Class of 1981
Assistant Alumni Coordinator & Event Planner
Branch Office Administrator at Edward Jones
Proud mother of 3 and Proud grandmother of 2
"Some people arrive and make such a beautiful impact on your life, you barely remember what life was like without them". "What I liked about Senn are the friends & the meaningful relationships that were formed there".
Class of 1989
Assistant Planner, Security & Committee member
Owner of Owner of Twice Communications LLC. - Low voltage Contracting Company.
Proud Father of 3 kids & a Proud Grandfather 3 grandchildren.
Pamela Debra Young
Assistant Treasurer & Retired Faculty Advisor
Retired P.E. teacher, Department Chair, Athletic Director, NHS sponsor, Volleyball coach.
Class of 2007
Class of 2007 Ambassador
Class of 1998 & Faculty
Picnic/Special event Chief, Assistant Planner & Committee Member
We are sadden with the passing of our Faculty Treasurer Brenda Harris on November 13th, 2019.
Miss Harris was an icon at Senn High School and will be dearly missed by all.
May she RIP.
Alumni Staff 2018-2019
Ron Kesselring - 82, Damaris Garcia - 81, Brenda Harris - Faculty, Pamela Young - Faculty, Willie Harris - 89, Aaron Reid - 98.
Alumni Staff 2016-2017
Niki Hammer - 99, Damaris Garcia - 81, Carl Toy - 83, Brenda Harris - retired faculty, Mike Otake - 83
Ron Kesselring and (not pictured - Miguel Trujillo)
Brenda Harris checks in the alumni and faculty at the 2014 Picnic.
2013 Senntennial Committee
Mert Silbar, Jan Stoner - 76, Carl Toy - 83, Pamela Bean - T, Damaris Garcia - 81, Beth Ryan - 79, Ron Kesselring - 82, Richard Prince, Niki Hammer - 99, Kathy Khoshaba - T, Helen Murtaugh - T
Carl Toy -83', Bobbi Reed -81', Mike Otake -83', Ron Kesselring - 82', Brenda Harris - Retired Teacher, Damaris Garcia - 81'
2011 Alumni "Back in the Day Sock Hop Staff"
Mike Otake -83', Damaris Garcia -81', Ron Kesselring -82', Bobbi Reed - 81', Martha Lukonits -76', Debbie Freeman -75', RosaMarie Coley -83'