We have redesigned and revamped our website. Our alumni website committee now has direct access to make changes and updates so we will be updating this site more frequently and in a more timely manner. You can also sign up as a member, and this will enable you to contact other alumni and be contacted if you so choose. We hope you will like this new website and we welcome comments.

If you have any content or photos you would like to have put on the website, e-mail them to TSLTMorse@aol.com


FRAN MC COY  1922 - 2014

The Collingdale High School Alumni Family mourns the passing of Fran McCoy on the morning of September 28, 2014,. Fran was the last founder to leave us, and was also the ColHums editor, Association President, and Trustee. Fran was extremely dedicated to Collingdale High School and the community. He was a staple of CHSAA.  We give our condolences to his family.  We honor is contributions to Collingdale Highs School.  Fran will be sorely missed.



                            Class of 1965
The Class of 1965 is currently planning for their 50th reunion and need addresses for the following members: Janet Coyle Michalic, Susan Hall, Larry Hobdell, Margaret Kilgore Pella, Marvin Maphis, Harry Miles, Colleen Toland, Jean Waldt and Alfred Zimmerman. Any help would be appreciated.


Class of 1974

40th reuntion to take place on Saturday October 25th, 2014.  Location is Mckenzie's Brew House, 451 Wilmington-West Chester Pike, Glen Mills.. PA.  Time is from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m.  For more informaton e-mail TSLTMorse@aol.com

                     Colls On The Cove 2014




Still With Us

In the last issue of Colhums 2 Alumni were mistakenly taken as deceased. Pete Ashton '64 and Kate Ashton-Muller '56 are in fact very much with us. Please be careful when filling out CHSAA Memorial Scholarship Fund Form as we do not wish to lose any members prematurely. 





Calling all alums: We need YOU!!!

Attendance at our monthly meetings has been dwindling to the low teens. Our active members are the lifeblood of our organization, and our meeting attendance is one measure of our activity. Our president, Tom Morse, will be making reminder calls to our board members when meeting time comes around. We encourage all alums, especially those from the 1960s and 1970s, to start coming out. The 1960s and 1970s grads, for the most part, have raised their kids, and some are nearing retirement. We could use your help and input. Come meet our board, lend a hand, or just make a suggestion. You may run into someone you haven't seen for a while.

The next Alumni Association meeting is on Tuesday, April 16th at 7:30 p.m. at the Collingdale Community Center.