GLYNN ACADEMY
ALMA MATER

(Words by Miss Jane Macon)

'Mong the Lordly Oaks of Brunswick
Glorious to our view,
Stands our own beloved high school
Basking 'Neath the view.

CHORUS
Glynn Academy, we will honor
May we never fail,
For thy fame shall never perish
Red and White all hail.

Through the years, your loving children
We will always be.
Always to thy halls returning,
Glynn Academy.

GLYNN ACADEMY 225th ANNIVERSARY & FUNDRAISER
CHARTERED ON FEBRUARY 1, 1788 .
G.A. IS THE OLDEST PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL IN GEORGIA & FIFTH OLDEST IN THE NATION

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2013 • GLYNN ACADEMY CAMPUS
PROGRAM BEGINS AT 12:00 NOON - 3:00PM
MASTER OF CEREMONIES - JOHN TUTEN WILL SPEAK ABOUT ALUMNI HALL
PLAQUE FOR INCLUSION IN THE NATIONAL HISTORIC REGISTRY WILL BE UNVEILED
ALL BUILDINGS (EXCEPT ALUMNI HALL) WILL BE OPEN FOR TOURS
ALUMNI STORE WILL BE OPEN FOR SALES OF SCHOOL MERCHANDISE
BILL STROTHER'S 'CLASS OF 1969' BAND WILL PERFORM ALONG WITH OTHER ENTERTAINMENT
HOT DOGS AND CHIPS WILL BE SERVED
ALUMNI HALL *OLDEST WOODEN SCHOOLHOUSE IN GEORGIA*
UNITS OF WORK THAT COULD BE SPONSORED BY INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS OR CLASSES:
*Brick entrance plaza from city sidewalk to front steps $10,000.
*Brick and concrete handicapped sidewalk to front entrance porch. $12,500.
*New pressure treated wood steps and custom handrails from plaza to front porch. $3,500.
*New replicated non-functioning brick chimney (detailed from historic photographs) $5,000.
*New replicated bell tower (detailed from historic photographs) $15,000.
*New pressure treated wood shake roof system with copper flashing. $40,000.

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Alumni Association is to preserve the tradition and heritage of Glynn Academy: to provide a resource for excellence in education activities; help protect the historic buildings and grounds; and to provide a dynamic association for graduates, faculty and friends to communicate.

Founding:

The Alumni Association was organized November 5, 1996 in the Glynn Academy auditorium, Brunswick, Georgia. With the support from the Glynn County School Superintendent Dr. David C. Mosley and Glynn Academy's Principal at that time, Joseph Barrow, a group of about 100 alumni and faculty elected officers and started, what many called, "a long overdue organization." Today, we have well over 2000 alumni who have requested our newsleter to keep in touch with the progress of their alma mater.