Paschal Alumni Assoc

Paschal Alumni Association

PHS Alumni Association is working hard to keep in communication with all PHS Alumni and has created a new informative online newsletter!  For more information visit:

PHS Alumni Association Dues: 
To join or renew online click here
to use the printable version click here for the Paschal Alumni Association Membership Form.

Please email your current Name, Address, City, State, Zip and eMail Address to:

Paula Pike Medford, Class of 1975
PHS Alumni Association
Database Chairperson

Or mail your updated information to:

Paula Pike Medford
PHS Alumni Association
Database Chairperson
P. O. Box 11876
Fort Worth, Texas 76110-0876

(NOTE: There is NO charge for our classmates to belong to our PHS'69 website!)


Dean Cozine Scholarship Fund
If you would like to donate to the: "Dean Cozine Scholarship Fund"  
Make check payable to "Paschal PTA" with "Cozine Scholarship" in memo line.

Contact John Fletcher for details as to where to mail:  John Fletcher

Paschal Alumni Association welcomes new president, Michael Peck

Michael Peck, a 1988 grad and former Panther baseball player, is an attorney with Brown Dean Wiseman Proctor and Howell.  His wife, Lori (Cauble) Peck, is also a member of the great Class of '88.  The Pecks stay very active with their three children.  Cole will be a sophomore at PHS and plays football and baseball, and twins Cash and Cate will be entering McLean 6th grade this fall.

As past president of the Bobby Bragan Foundation, Michael brings leadership and enthusiasm to the Association.  He is also a member of the Paschal Booster Club and serves on the Paschal Enrichment Foundation.

Peck, along with the Alumni board, hopes to get more Alumni involved in the future.  Some ideas being tossed about are a Homecoming tailgate party at Angelos this fall and a possible all-class gathering next summer of 2017.
We'll keep you updated and always welcome your input for keeping our PHS Alumni connected.  Don't forget to pay your Alumni dues!  As Paschal Alumni, we can make a difference!

Thanks for your continued support, as we "remember the past and build the future" of Paschal High School. 

Support PHS Mentors!
Dear Paschal Class of 1969 members:
The PHS Mentors will start our seventh year this August 2016. I am sending you this message to ask you to consider becoming a PHS AVID Mentor.

The AVID program is growing tremendously. For the 2013 – 2014 school year we still have about 20 – 25 students in the junior and senior classes, but we have 80 sophomores and 80 incoming freshmen. At Paschal AVID has now become the “cool group” for students. We now have two dedicated, full-time AVID teachers.

We created the PHS Educational Foundation,, so we can give financial aid directly to the AVID program without going through any outside complications. We discovered in 2010 that the seniors did not have adequate computer availability. We gave every 2011 graduating senior a netbook computer for college. Since then, we figured out they really need the netbooks during their senior year for doing all the things they need to do to get into college. So in 2011 and 2012 we “checked out” netbooks to each senior in September. They turn these back to us before graduation. When they provide their teacher with proof of college enrollment, they are given the netbook to keep. We have already ordered 24 netbooks for the incoming seniors.

We have also helped individual students financially in many other ways, such as providing $1100 to partially furnish an apartment for a homeless National Honor Society student who will be starting at UTA in the fall. One of the things we bought him was a bed. As we left after delivering the items, he said, “I am really looking forward to sleeping tonight. I have not slept in a real bed in over ten years.”

We know a lot more about what we are doing now than we did in 2010 when we began trying to help. The College GUIDE we created in the summer of 2011 now provides us, the teachers, and the students direction through the senior year to get the students through the college application maze in a more orderly way. We are now trying to spend some time with all classes.

We know that Mentor involvement starting in the 9th grade definitively impacts student
retention and student success. We need more Mentors to do the best we can for these
students. You can pick any time of the day -- Monday, Wednesday, and or/Friday --
to spend one or more hours per week that best fits your schedule.

We would love for you to join us!

If you cannot give us your time, please consider recommending a friend, and/or please consider supporting our program financially through the PHS Educational Foundation, Please contact me so I can send you more details on this program that's making a world of difference for some wonderful young people.

Joe Greenslade
Mentor/Trustee PHS Educational Foundation