New Castle High School Alumni Association strives to first sustain friendships and memories of our high school days, and secondly, recognize and commend graduates and staff members who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the world, nation, state, and local community. We as Alumni have the opportunity to pay it forward with our two funds, The New Castle High School Alumni Scholarship Fund and the Trojans Remembered Fund.
The New Castle High School Alumni Association was established in November of 2002, by then Principal, Bruce Gaylor. The purposes of this association are: to promote the image and reputation of New Castle High School or New Castle Chrysler High School, to inform alumni about activities, to provide a communication link between the High School and alumni, and to raise funds to provide scholarships. At the present time, the membership stands at over 400 members. WE WOULD LOVE TO CONNECT WITH YOU TOO! Please consider joining today.
How do you become a New Castle High School Alumni? Simply mail us the following information: First and Last name(s), Maiden name, Address, Phone number, Email address and the Year you graduated, “Class of ___.” Please send your information along with a check for your annual membership dues of $25.00 per couple or $15.00 for a single membership. To qualify for the couple rate, you and your spouse must have graduated from New Castle High School. Please mail your information to New Castle High School Alumni Association, P.O. Box 927, New Castle, IN 47362. For information, you may call 765-524-9934, to speak with the Association President, Beverly Matthews.
You will also receive the Alumni News Paper Trojan Talk. Trojan Talk is a semiannual newspaper that will inform and entertain you with what your former class mates are currently doing. It also contains featured articles from distinguished class mates, Homecoming dates, news, engagements, weddings, memorials, and much more.
You can find more information on our Facebook page at: New Castle High School Alumni Facebook page.