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•   Donald Jagger  9/11
•   Bruce Berry  3/19
•   Marti Blackwell (Guillet)  1/25
•   Oddie Ow (Emerson)  11/29
•   Betsy (Elizabeth) Hall (Harris)  11/23
•   Elizabeth (Betty) Poellot (Miller)  4/14
•   Beth Hunter (Dalton)  4/9
•   Joanne Brecker (Cohn)  10/2
•   Toni Swain (Marwitz)  2/10
•   Gordon Williams  10/31
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4 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
1 lives in District Of Columbia
7 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Idaho
2 live in Illinois
1 lives in Kansas
3 live in Maryland
6 live in Massachusetts
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in New Jersey
3 live in North Carolina
5 live in Ohio
19 live in Pennsylvania
2 live in South Carolina
2 live in Texas
2 live in Utah
1 lives in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Switzerland
26 location unknown


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Upper St Clair High School
Class Of 1962

Welcome to the
Upper St Clair High School
Class Of 1962

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For those of you who attended the 50th reunion dinner at the St. Clair Country Club, you will remember that Dr. Christ joined us this evening.  He remembered our class fondly. 
Dr. Christ passed away recently.  Below is his obituary.

Recent Obituaries

Ronald A. Christ

Jun 25, 2014

Ronald A. Christ

November 14, 1933 – June 25, 2014

Christ, Dr. Ronald A.

Age 80, on Wednesday, June 25, 2014, of Jefferson Hills.
Professor, and first Varsity Basketball Coach Upper St. Clair High School.

Beloved husband of Marcia E. Christ; father of Leslie (Craig) Stiffler of Bucks County, PA and Joan (Philip) Joson of Upper St. Clair; grandfather of Matthew and Katherine Stiffler and Christopher, Lindsey and Andrew Joson; brother of the late Robert Christ and Shirley Draper. Ron was a 1951 graduate of Baldwin High School and attended Kent State University. He received his B.S. from the University of Pittsburgh in 1955 and his M.A. in 1959, and his Ed. D. from Pennsylvania State University in 1967. His professional career began in Castle Shannon, teaching 5th grade. He then taught 5th and 6th grades in Upper St. Clair School District and was the Principal at Johnston Elementary School in Upper St. Clair at the age of 27. Ron became the Supervisor of all elementary schools in USC from 1963-1969. In 1970, Ron became a Professor at California U. of PA, teaching for 31 years, until his retirement in 2001. At Cal U he taught Research Methods, Tests and Measurements, Various Methods of Teaching in Elementary Schools and supervised student teachers. His total career in education spanned 46 years. In 1957 at the age of 24, Ron became the first boys’ varsity basketball coach in the Upper St. Clair school’s history. At that time, he was the youngest coach in the WPIAL. Prior to 1957, students had the option after finishing junior high school to attend either Mt. Lebanon, Peters Twp. or Bridgeville High Schools. As their attendance grew, it became obvious that USC had to create their own high school, so in 1957, the freshman class was kept as sophomores and continued until they graduated in 1960.. His four year record was 54 wins and 30 losses. When he became the principal of Johnston Elementary School, he had to resign from his coaching position since the district had the policy that you had to work in the building where you coached. Ron was an avid golfer, playing at Youghiogheny Country Club, where he was a member from 1986-2011. In 2011 he joined Ligonier Country Club. He was a member of Christ United Methodist Church since 1983. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, July 26, 2014 in Christ United Methodist Church at 1 PM. If desired, family suggests contributions to Christ United Methodist Church, 44 Highland Rd., Bethel Park, PA 15102 or California University of PA,, 250 University Way, California, PA 15419 or National Kidney Foundation, 3109 Forbes Ave., Ste. 101, Pittsburgh, PA 15213. Arrangements handled by the John F. Slater Funeral Home, Inc., 412-881-4100, 4201 Brownsville Road, Brentwood 15227.


Harry's Invocation

Here it is, so you can appreciate it. Beautiful words—many thanks to Harry and to all who made our weekend possible:

'Our God...We give you thanks and praise for our 50 year journey since graduation from Upper Saint Clair High School...our Alma Mater provided us a bridge from home, to places beyond, from parental authority and dependency, to greater autonomy and an appreciation for the interdependency we share with all your creatures...U S C was our laboratory, where we forged friendships, grew in stature and wisdom, and prepared to become effective citizens of this great land of ours...Where we have failed, set us on the right path...Where we have succeeded, strengthen us in the spirit of your grace, and bless this gathering, and this food. And all God's people, say Amen.'

Robin Brown



Just discovered—a photo from the 1993 reunion.
If you were there then,
make sure you are signed up for the 50th.

Don Jagger photo



It's a lucky seventh time for Upper St. Clair School District, which is once again western Pennsylvania's best-performing school district.

Upper St. Clair ranked No. 1 out of 105 school districts in the seven-county region around Pittsburgh. It also was ranked as the best-performing school district statewide.




In order to ensure you receive important messages from our class web site, as well as messages sent directly to you from other Classmates, it's important you whitelist the email address (that's a .net, not a .com).

What is whitelisting? Whitelisting simply means you are telling your email program to accept all emails coming from our class web site and our Classmates. The technique for whitelisting varies by email program, but generally you will see the term "Whitelist", "Safe List", or "Safe Sender's List". This is where you want to be sure you have added the email address

Class Creator, the system that helps us operate our class web site, uses the address when sending out email messages. Be assured that all emails sent through our site are valid — you will not receive spam email. Whitelisting is the single most important thing you can do to ensure you don't miss anything happening on our site or miss receiving your emails from your fellow Classmates.

Stop and take a moment to whitelist right now, and ensure you stay connected!