Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, Maryland


Alumni Information

Transcript Requests
Transcripts cost $3 and must be requested in writing. Details are available on the transcript request page.

Reunion Information
Reunion details may be found on the web site of your former school. Use the Schoolodex to find your school's site.

Former (Closed) MCPS Schools
The Central Records Office of the MCPS Policy and Records Unit maintains any documents from closed schools, including old yearbooks. The staff is glad to accommodate visitors. The office occasionally receives notification of class reunions. Staff members will pass on any information they have received. For information, please contact the Central Records Office by phone at 301-320-7301, or by mail (Central Records, 7210 Hidden Creek Road, Bethedsa, MD 20817).

  • Northwood High School (closed in 1985, reopened in 2004) grads, see Northwood HS, Class of 1960 for links to several Northwood alumni sites.
  • Robert E. Peary High School (closed in 1984) grads, see The Midnight Sun Online.
  • Charles W. Woodward High School (closed in 1987) grads, see Woodward HS News, courtesy of Walter Johnson HS.
Alumni Campaign
A Montgomery County Public Schools Alumni Campaign is under way, with the goal of helping make a difference in the lives of students.

This may be the first time a systemwide fund raising campaign has been undertaken in a large school system. The new campaign was encouraged by Patricia B. O'Neill, past president of the Montgomery County Board of Education and a 1968 graduate of Walter Johnson HS.

Funds raised through the campaign will supplement tax-supported resources to enhance programs that stimulate high levels of student performance and achievement.

MCPS alumni who developed the campaign hope that by supporting the key ingredients of successful education, they can help make a difference in the lives of children. Funds will be used to implement programs that achieve the following goals:

  • Enhance and augment high quality programs.
  • Promote and support competent and committed staff.
  • Strengthen and expand parent involvement.

To meet these three goals, teachers, principals and community members will be asked to design and implement innovative programs and projects. Creative ideas will be solicited through a proposal and review process. Alumni will fund those projects that are most innovative and can demonstrate the likelihood of success.

How To Donate
Contributions will be received by the MCPS Educational Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Alumni will make decisions regarding distribution of Alumni Campaign funds. Individuals are encouraged to serve on a committee to support the Alumni Campaign.

The Alumni Campaign brochure, which includes a form to accompany donations, is available to staff, parents and community members:

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