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Lost & Found San Fernando High School 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:
Lost San Fernando High Class of 1967, Volontiers, white gold, navy, initials LL, lost while at Kings River, Kern ....size 7

posted June 7th, 2016
Class of 1977, rectangular emerald stone with initials : A. S ( Athur Sierra). Was lost in 1982 dont remember where.

posted February 28th, 2015
Lost ring in a fight on a lot on terrabella st. in pacioma

posted December 3rd, 2014
My 1966 class ring was stolen and I'd like to find it or at least a duplicate. Mine was yellow gold and had my initials (BM) on it. If found or if you have a duplicate please send me an email

posted February 22nd, 2014
I lost it in the school bathroom way back in 1969. Velvedons...very small ring that fit on my pinkie

posted February 10th, 2014
Denny Spencer, 31060 American Drive, Halsey, Oregon 97348 has found a class ring small in size with the initials JKK from the year 1977 he also says that it is very small so he is guessing that it probably belongs to a female

posted September 9th, 2008

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1930's school building scanned photo

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