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Official Website of

Falls Church High School - Class of 1970

 Paw Print 1969-1970

online at  Yearbook Page


 FIRST VISIT?   Here's how to join: 

1. Click on "Classmate Profiles" on the left side of this page. 

2.  Scroll down to click on your name. 

3.  Follow the 5 step setup wizard and fill in as much information as you wish.  But you must at least fill in your first and last name (changes if necessary), your email address, and a password.

  The email and  password you enter will become your site log-in information.

Be sure to click on "save changes" at the bottom of your details page!

After you've created your profile, you'll be able to access everything on the site.  Please refer to "First Time Visitors" on the left side of the page for further information.



Need to post news of an event to the class?

Click on Contact Us to send us your announcement for approval and posting

Want to check out what  other classmates may have planned?

Go to Class Postings on the left to keep up to date on current events or post your own news.




NEW - UPDATE FROM FCHS WEBSITE (includes artist renderings):  https://fallschurchhs.fcps.edu/about/renovation-updates


FCHS Full Building Renovation Slated for 2021

Called "decaying and obsolete" - what does that make us?

Falls Church High School will be totally upgraded and expanded, with the work scheduled to begin in 2021.

“Everything is going to be new. Every space will be totally renovated,” says Godson Nwosu, of the facilities department at Fairfax County Public Schools.

Getting the decaying and obsolete school upgraded has been a long-term of the the Falls Church PTSA and school board member Sandy Evans, as they tried for years to get the school board to revise the FCPS “renovation queue,” which is used to set a school for school construction projects.

The 265,000-square-foot school will be expanded with about 160,000 additional square feet.

There will be a brand-new science wing and about 20 new classrooms, Nwosu says.

There will also be new collaboration space for project-based learning; a new, larger gym; a new lecture hall; a new music wing; a new culinary wing in the Career and Technical Education area, which will be relocated; and new administration offices.

The school will have all new windows, ceilings, mechanical systems, and lighting and additional parking spaces.

Construction will take four years, as the work will mainly be done in the summer, Nwosu says. “By the time we’re done, the community will be proud of it.”


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"In Memory"


From John Birch:

 Startled to read the Memorial Litany, I thought this of my joy at knowing them and you.

We are all urgent waves upon the sea,
fortunate to merge to form solutions,
to share but not to own the molecules of our being,
to race on through lifetime & space,
until release on a lonely beach,
and join the rest,
remembered in the warmth of the sands

Adding personal stories honors the memory of our classmates who are no longer with us  

We have scanned all of the 1970 Senior Photos - 

if you would like yours posted in your profile,
please send a note using "Contact Us" on the left!


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  If you are new to the site,  need help uploading photos or have questions about the website go to   "First Time Visitors" on the left.



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•   Robert Parmenter  6/20
•   Carolyn Major (Johnson)  5/6
•   Walter Gowell  5/1
•   Michael Dunkley (Dunkley)  3/17
•   Thomas Friend  3/1
•   Susan Clements (Kiely)  10/6
•   James Grenfell (Grenfell)  9/4
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•   Richard Todd  12/8
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