This site is for exclusive use by Okemos Alumni, Teachers, Administration Staff and Invited Guests.
All pages "Home / Announcements", "First Time Visit", "In Memory" are open. You need to be signed-in to use the email system.
This is your portal to information about classmates, alumni events and Okemos High School history.
On this site, you'll find:
It's a way to connect and even chat with them.
It's a set of tools to organize and publicize alumni events such as reunions. It's a bulletin board for announcement of events or news of interest to alumni.
Ways you can contribute include:
You can also help help by setting up your class page.
Click on your graduation year. If you find an invitation to set up your class, just jump in. It means you can be the classmate to kick off your class' participation.
You can organize reunions and other alumni events. The Classes of 1961, 1964, and 1965 have used this website to organize their 50th reunion celebrations. They wanted to make this capability available to all OHS classes.
When you complete a quick registration you gain access to all the information and features of this site.
So, are you New to this Alumni site? You must register to access the full site. Registration is just setting up a profile with an email address and a password. (Later you can add as much information as you want, whatever you want to share with classmates.) Your name should already appear on the register which lets us make sure that only alumni, teachers and guests have access to site information. If your name does not already appear as pre-registered, you will still have a chance to add your name to the register.>
To get started, just click here, Find your year, click your class year, then scroll through to locate your name and click on it. If your name is not listed, but you are an alumnus, click "add yourself here" or on the Classmate Profiles page ("Add yourself here" will guide you through the sign-up if you are not pre-registered). Or you may contact us and we can make sure you are included. (As of July 2016 this will connect you with Rod Ellis '65. Send him your name, email address, grad year or how you have been involved with the school and he will send you your password.)
Once you are signed-in, if you forget your password simply click on Forgot Password. If you have several email accounts, and you don't remember the one you used to set-up your account, contact Rod Ellis or Gary Weeber and they will reset your password. They are a little slow, so please be patient.
Private information like your email address, home address, and phone numbers will not be visible to fellow classmates.
All contact information (address, phone number, e-mail address) that you enter into this website will be kept confidential. The host of this web site, ClassCreator.com, is a locally-owned business. They understand the importance of your privacy. Your personal information will never be sold to other sites. It will not be shared or distributed.
Your street address, e-mail address, and phone number cannot be seen by classmates. You may choose to not display your birthdate. Each classmate has the ability to limit the visibility of his or her profile to only fellow classmates by clicking on the appropriate answer in the Profile Visibility section during profile setup. If you do not opt for privacy on this line your profile can be viewed by non members such as your friends or family, but also note your profile will be fully indexable by major search engines.
Search engine confidentiality (Google etc.)
If you are signed on to the site and restricted your profile to only fellow classmates, and then use a search engine to see if the privacy options above are working, it will appear they are NOT. This is only because you are signed into the site. Sign out and check again. You will see that none of your profile information is viewable by non members.
Emails may be shared within this site using the contact option at the top of each classmate's profile page (just look under the classmate's main photo in the upper left). This way you will be able to contact classmates without sharing your private email address, unless you choose to do so.
All class Email news sent from us to you via this web site: For those of you with spam blocking or email filtering capabilities, please add email@example.com to your email account as a safe sender in order to ensure you receive email communications from us.