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•   James Armstrong  6/21
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•   Teri (Theresa) Freeman  9/23
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1 lives in Alaska
6 live in California
2 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
1 lives in Delaware
4 live in District Of Columbia
5 live in Florida
7 live in Georgia
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Maine
171 live in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Nebraska
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Jersey
3 live in New York
1 lives in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
2 live in Pennsylvania
2 live in South Carolina
5 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
22 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
5 live in West Virginia
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in Japan
50 location unknown


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•   Kimberly Baldwin (Robinson)  2/12
•   James Chris Eades  2/18
•   Angel Perez  2/21
•   Patricia "Patti" Smith  2/21


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Welcome to our website for the...

Paint Branch High School
Class Of 1984

This is our own PBHS class website, and is maintained by our reunion committee, including Lisa Meisner (Holt), Annie Tin and Anthony Wenzel. Click here for more information about using this website.

If this is your first visit, please visit the Classmate Profiles page, click on your name and register - that will allow us to keep in touch with everyone about upcoming class events.

Click here to see our 30th Reunion Photos.


PBHS Class of 1984 30th Reunion

Thanks to everyone that came out to our 30-year reunion on September 27, 2014 at the University of Maryland Golf Course Clubhouse. For anyone that wasn't able to make it, sorry we missed you and hopefully you can join us for our next one!

Check out the 30th Reunion Photos page for lots of great photos from the event.

If you're on Facebook, visit our PBHS Class of 1984 group page:

As you may know, the new PBHS building was constructed and the original was demolished in 2012. There's a good series of photos from the demolition of the old PBHS building that we knew and loved(?!@?)

Click here for more photos

On June 9th, 2012, from 10AM to 1PM, PBHS sponsored an "All Class Reunion" at the original school building that opened in 1969. The original building is scheduled to be demolished over the summer as the new building is near completion. One person in attendance at the event walked the halls one last time to visit those places within the building that held a memory, and posted this video on YouTube:

The new PBHS school construction is near completion, and students will start in the new building in Fall 2012.

"The new building, scheduled to be completed in 2012, will have 93 classrooms, including 12 science labs, a 900-seat auditorium and a greenhouse. The entire campus, scheduled to be finished in 2013, will have a new football/soccer stadium, a track located around a practice field and 400-500 parking spaces. A third access road will be added near the southwest corner of the campus for buses, and fields available for use by the whole community will be placed near Old Columbia Pike."

Visit the Paint Branch High School website for news and updates on PBHS.

We are also on Facebook.

If you have email addresses for any Missing Classmates, please click on their name in the list and enter their email address to have the system send them an invitation to register.

Do you remember our 10-year reunion in 1994? Do you remember posing for a picture, and the photo book that was sent out afterwards? Here's an online copy of that photo book...


Take a look at our yearbook...
Click to open PBHS Yearbook in a new window

Paint Branch High School Educational Foundation supports Paint Branch High School (PBHS), its students, staff and families by providing scholarships, mini-grants and support not available elsewhere.

If you'd like to support the Foundation or read more about it, visit their Facebook page:

Do you remember our class superlatives...