Southeast High School
Alumni Association, Inc.
The Alumni Room is located In part of the original Southeast library. The space is used to display many of the artifacts in the alumni association's collection. It is opened for alumni association events and during class reunions. The Round Table is on prominent display as are a number of Crusader yearbooks, class shields, trophies and other memorabilia.
The first group of slides below are images of the Alumni Room. The second group are pages from The Knight's Handbook. The third show a number of the artifacts that have been donated by alumni.
We hope that you enjoy browsing the pages displayed below and that your class will consider a visit to the Alumni Room as part of your next reunion.
This is the entrance to the Alumni Room. It was constructed when the library was divided into two spaces.
The Round Table is one of our most prized artifacts. You can read more about its origin on the Moments in History page.
This is the south wall in the Alumni Room. The bookcases are original to when the space served as the Southeast library.
This is the north wall of the Alumni Room. Notice the Knight's Memorial Trophy to the left and the original wall murals high on the wall. Learn more about both on the Moments in History page.
Classes often include a visit to the Alumni Room and a tour of Southeast in their reunion activities. This group is standing at the east end of the Alumni Room in what was originally the children's section of the library.
Southeast graduates visit the Alumni Room and check out one of the Crusaders on display.
Charles Allen was the captain of the first football team at Southeast. Charles donated his letter and a photo of the 1939 graduating class that appeared in The Kansas City Star. Read more about Charles on the Oral Histories page.
These items are thought to have belonged to Bud Young who was in the Class of 1945. They were found in a Crusader.
Knightlites and Spring Plays have been part of life at Southeast since the first year. These items are from the 1960s.
Graduation week is always busy for seniors. These items are from 1968.
Memorabilia come in all sizes. These are some of the smallest: class rings, cheerleader pins and megaphone, various club pins and charms.