Recent Members

David Fitch 1971
Joan Arnold 1966
Kevin Mumper 1996
Logan Battaglia 2021
Lynne Woodard 1971
Robert Griffin 1957
Sue Austin 1965
Tim Wunsch 1978

Military Alumni

Military High School Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

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

Lost & Found Onondaga Central Schools Class Rings

Class rings are the mark of school pride and accomplishments. If you have lost or found a fellow Tigers class ring post the information here. If you lost a ring, describe it and include a contact email address. If you found a class ring describe it, post where you found it and include your email address. Your email address will not be made visible on the site. We will use it to contact you if need be.

Please contact us if you have information about any of the posts below:
1983 ring. Initial S under stone. Tiger on one side and baseball insignia on the other

posted March 9th, 2018
There is a 1995 Class Ring with a black stone in the OCS Jr./Sr. High School Main Office (contact Michelle Ulm, Building Secretary), 552-5020. If you are missing your ring, please let us know what the initials are inscribed on the inside, and we'll send it to you.

posted March 2nd, 2012

Classmates Spotlight

Onondaga Central Schools Classmates

Cheryl Group
Class of '67

Alumni Stories

High School Alumni Stores

Read and submit stories about our classmates from Onondaga Central Schools, post achievements and news about our alumni, and post photos of our fellow Tigers.

School News

Histio Happy Hour

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Help make someone’s holiday season even better by reuniting them with their class ring. Class rings can hold a lot of meaning for some people and losing it can be heartbreaking. Our Onondaga Central Schools Lost Rings page is the perfect place to post and reunite someone with his or her lost class ring. If you have lost your class ring or found someone else’s simply enter all the details you can about the ring so it can be easily identified. Be sure to put your contact information on the post so that the owner of the ring can reach you.

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