How You Can Help?
Become involved! We consider all our fellow classmates "members." Any and all monies received at MHSAA go into projects that directly benefit the students. Whether that is our scholarship program, the food pantry, the courtyard renovations, helping athletic departments, or other specifically ear-marked projects, your dollars go toward helping the students. In that light, we are discontinuing our annual dues reminder. From now on, you will notice a DONATION designation on our information that allows you to tell us where you want your dollars applied. We won't bother you for an annual payment, but we will be most appreciative anytime you want to support the students through donations. Lifetime Membership status will be noted on our website if you donate $150 or more. We want you to know that your dollars, your time, and your efforts are always appreciated. You will still get newsletters and updates to remind you of important events. As always, we are a presence at MHS, determined to take care of our Lion's Pride!
Second, attend meetings and give your opinion and ideas. Meetings are held four times a year, usually at the high school Commons area in January, April, July and October.
Third, spread the word about the Association. With the number of MHS graduates, we should be the largest Alumni Association in the metropolitan area, if not the state!
A contact information form is available at the Membership/Contact Update tab. The form at the bottom of this page may be printed out and mailed to the P.O. Box along with your payment.
Our Mission is to provide scholarships and other benevolent services to deserving Moore High School students.
In the spring of 1989, Linda "Tex" Bryant saw a need for Moore High School students. She brought together a group of fellow Alumni and they went to work to implement a program funding and awarding scholarships, providing essential items such as food, clothing and eyeglasses to needy students and contributing funds to the different athletic teams, various school clubs, and student groups. The Association was recognized as a non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code in the summer of 1989.
All of our scholarships are endowed through the Oklahoma City Comunity Foundation. Our relationship with OCCF makes it possible to plan for future generations of students and the advancement of their education. As stewards of our investment funds, OCCF helps the Alumni Association in making important decisions that benefit the MHS community. If you wish to learn more about the OCCF, our scholarships, and/or make a donation, click on the link below:
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