Muncie Central High School Alumni Association
Alumni Association celebrates more than 25 years
of service to students, teachers, graduates and community
We, the alumni of Muncie Central High School, recognize the need to build lasting relationships between the graduates and Muncie Central High School. We, therefore, set forth these ideals:
–to stimulate the loyalty of all alumni of the school;
–to encourage their support by uniting them in close bonds of fellowship and mutual assistance;
–and to acquaint them fully with the progress and needs of their Alma Mater.
The Muncie Central High School Alumni Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Donations may be tax deductible. Consult state and federal laws regarding contributions.
Top photo: Today's Muncie Central opened the fall of 1973 on North Walnut Street. It was built on property that had been the Minnetrista Golf Course. Above: The Muncie Central building on South High Street was opened the fall of 1915 and closed the spring of 1973. November 2023 marks the 50th anniversary of the demolition of the Muncie Central building on South High Street.
ACADEMICS: Then and Now
Plan to attend next annual meeting
Each year in November, the Alumni Association sponsors an annual get-together for all alumni and interested people in the Muncie Central High School cafeteria.
At the event, which includes a dinner, the Alumni Association honors its distinguished alumni recipients, arranges for a speaker to highlight some aspect of Muncie Central's rich history and conducts its annual business meeting.
To attend the annual get-together or become a member of the Alumni Association, contact Linda Hollis, '64, 765-759-5251 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Association board meetings
The Alumni Association board members meet most months at 5:45 p.m. the third Tuesday in the Muncie Central Alumni Association Memorabilia Room, located in the southeast corner of the North Walnut Street Fieldhouse.
Upcoming 2023 meetings, which any alumnus of Muncie Central is welcome to attend, are as follows:
December – No meeting
During the summer and fall of 2022, the Central cafeteria was remodeled to create more of a restaurant atmosphere with an industrial vibe. The 1868 signifies the first class of seven women to graduate from Muncie Central High School, which opened in 1867.
Golf outings for basketball
and football programs ... Stayed tuned for 2024 information
Area individuals and companies interested in being a sponsor for or playing in the Bearcat Golf Outing that will benefit Muncie Central's basketball and football teams should complete the form attached.
The event is sponsored by the Muncie Central Athletic Department.
If you are organizing an upcoming reunion, please contact Amanda Rammel, email@example.com, a member of the Muncie Central Alumni Association board. We would like to help you promote your event.
SPORTS: Then and Now
ABOVE: A graphic featuring all of Muncie's state championship boys basketball teams, including Southside High School's 2001 achievement, welcomes visitors entering the east lobby of the Muncie Fieldhouse. Five trophy cases also feature boys basketball state championship and state runner-up trophies, as well as two trophy cases featuring state championship and state runner-up trophies for Central and Northside High School volleyball teams are housed in the east lobby. The project was unveiled on
February 28, 2023.
RIGHT: The Bearcat graphic stands about 6-feet tall on the wall to the right of Muncie Central's auditorium doors. It was a gift from the Class of 2019.