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Grosse Pointe North Distinguished Alumni Awards
The Distinguished Alumni Committee of Grosse Pointe North has been established to recognize and honor GPN Alumni for their outstanding individual achievements and contributions, after high school, in their lives, careers, community, nation or world. By showcasing the talents of honorable Alumni, we will provide our current and future students with examples of what they can dream and aspire to become. To that end, on May 14th, 2012, Grosse Pointe North will recognize and celebrate its first class of Distinguished Alumni inductees. Given their diverse yet equally commendable achievements, the 2012 inductees are . . .Major General Bob Brown (77), Hans Stricker, M.D. (80), William Babcock (81), John Ahee (82), Sandra Joseph (86), and Carly Piper (01). The days’ events will include a student assembly during which the Distinguished Alumni will be honored. That evening a program reception will be held in North’s library from 7-9 p.m. during which the Honorees will again be recognized amongst their friends, family and community leaders. The evening program reception is open to the public.
For information regarding the GPN Distinguished Alumni, please click on the alumni quick link we have on the Grosse Pointe North High School website. Under contents you will find the Distinguished Alumni. We encourage anyone to nominate a North graduate as a Distinguished Alumni. The criteria for nominating and a nomination form are on this website. You may also contact us by email at GPNdalumni@gmail.com. Or visit us on Facebook.
More About Grosse Pointe North High School
Opened in 1968, Grosse Pointe North High School serves more than 1,500 students. The school offers students a wide variety of extra-curricular activities and sports. The goals of the school involve fostering an active learning environment where students are encouraged to be enthusiastic participants in their own education.
This campus also includes the Grosse Pointe Performing Arts Center. The center is used for events and shows put on by the district's schools as well as for the community.