Recent Members

Deirdre Yauch 1988
Jill Reardon 1977
Joel Speicher 1987
John Paul 1981
John Schipper 1968
Mikael Ives 1995
R Turner 1975
Robert Knight 1974

Military Alumni

Military Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!

Lost Class Rings

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Honored Military Alumni

Andrew Preston Carpenter
Andrew Preston Carpenter Class of 1975
Navy, 8 Years
Cryptologic Technician Technical (NEC 9145) Served in Scotland, Iceland, and United States. Wounded in 1979. Hit by Car in 1983 ending my career. Honored to serve...
Bill English
Bill English Class of 1974
Air Force, 15 Years
Served from 1975 through 1990 as a Air Traffic Control Specialist. Hired by the FAA in 1990
Bill Kasten
Bill Kasten Class of 1974
Navy, 20+ Years
Retired 1994, Submarine Chief Radioman
John Paul
John Paul Class of 1981
Army, 20+ Years
US Army Special Forces (7th SFG) 1984-2005
Lonnie Martin
Lonnie Martin Class of 1969
Marine Corps, 20+ Years
SERGEANT MAJOR LONNIE D. MARTIN USMC Retired Sergeant Major Lonnie D. Martin was born in Fort Clayton Canal Zone, Panama on 18 January 1950. He is a graduate of Camp Lejeune High School. Upon graduation he attended Mount Olive College and East Carolina University. Sergeant Major enlisted in the Marine Corps on 30 August 1970, and underwent recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina. He then attended infantry training at Camp Geiger, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Sergeant Major Martin has served in a variety of billets both overseas and in CONUS during his thirty years of service as a Marine. Sergeant Major Martin served two tours on the Drill Field. They were both at Parris Island South Carolina. During these tours he serviced as a Drill Instructor, Senior Drill Instructor, Drill Master and Recruit Company First Sergeant. While on his second tour he also was assigned as the First Sergeant of Service Company, H&S Bn Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island. Sergeant Major Martin also had assignments with the Marine Security Guard Battalion as a Detachment Commander in Sana'a, Yemen and Bridgetown, Barbados. He was later assigned as an Instructor Advisor at the Marine Security Guard School; Operations Chief; NCOIC of the Marine Security Guard Screening Team; and later as Chief Instructor, Marine Security Guard School. Sergeant Major Martin later served as the First Sergeant of the Marine Corps Security Forces Company, Yorktown, Virginia (Puller Hall), from June 1988 to June 1990. Sergeant Major Martin was appointed a Sergeant Major during June 1990 and assumed the duties as the Sergeant Major of Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Arizona. Sergeant Major Martin then was reassigned as the Sergeant Major of Marine Attack Squadron VMA 214 (The Blacksheep), where he did a WestPac deployment with the Squadron. Sergeant Major Martin then transfused to Marine Corps Air Station, Iwakuni Japan where he served as the Sergeant Major of Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12, Marine Aircraft Group 12, and later as the Sergeant Major of Marine Aircraft Group 12. Sergeant Major Martin then was assigned as the Sergeant Major of Marine Security Guard Battalion (State Department), located in Quantico, Virginia, from June 1996 to October 1997. On 17 October 1997, he assumed duties as Sergeant Major, of Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia. Sergeant Major Martin’s last active duty assignment was as the Sergeant Major Marine Corps Base Quantico VA. Sergeant Major Martin retired from the Marine Corps during May of 2000. Sergeant Major Martin's personal decorations include the Legion of Merit, Five Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medals, Two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals, Combat action Ribbon, as well as numerous Military Unit, Service and Civilian Awards. Sergeant Major Martin Retired is still serving the Corps and holds the position as Manager of the Student Officers Quarters at the Basic School, Camp Barrett, Quantico, Virginia. On his off duty time Sergeant Major Martin Retired is a Docent at the National Museum of the Marine Corps where he has conducted hundreds of tours. Sergeant Major Martin is married to the former Judith Marie Kuzan of Lackawanna, New York. They have two sons; Timothy Ryan who now resides in Goddard Maryland and is a Computer Engineer with Lockheed Martin and Chief Warrant Officer Lonnie D. Martin Jr., USMC who is currently assigned to CENTCOM and forwardly deployed to Iraq. 17 May 2010
Michael G.Sellers
Michael G.Sellers Class of 1962
Marine Corps Reserve, 20+ Years
Retired 1996 40 years combined service,Retired as a CWO4.
MIchael Scanlon
MIchael Scanlon Class of 1988
Army, 4 Years
HHC/LEC 10th Mountain 511th MP Company
Ned Paulson
Ned Paulson Class of 1963
Marine Corps, 20+ Years
Roger Alvis
Roger Alvis Class of 1959
Air Force, 20+ Years
US Air Force 1962-66 AF Reserve 66-70, NC National Guard 1974-86, Air Force Reserve 1986-92.
Sheila June Stuettgen Parks
Sheila June Stuettgen Parks Class of 1977
Navy, 20+ Years
One as a Seaman Recruit one of the last (WAVES) enlisted in 1977 and served until Jan 2000 Retired as PNC. Served in Greece, Tennessee, Florida, and Louisiana.
William Platt
William Platt Class of 1970
Navy, 6 Years
Lt. Surface Warfare Officer, Served aboard USS GUAM PPH-9, 3 Deployments to the Med. ROTC instructor Texas A&M University. BA Mathematics, MBA Accounting, CPA, 14 years in accounting in Dallas, Oracle Consulting ever since.

Classmates Spotlight

Camp Lejeune High School Classmates

Ned Ned Paulson
Class of '63

Alumni Stories

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School News


After 33 years as a classroom techer (6) and an elementary school counselor I am final retiring !!
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