Welcome Alumni, Family, and Friends!

This is the OFFICIAL site of the Susquehanna Twonship High School Alumni Association. We also have a Facebook page searchable by "Susquehanna Township High School Alumni Association" or via the website link Susquehanna Township High School Alumni Association. You may also Network and Mentor via our LinkedIn page at Susquehanna Township Alumni Group

Welcome New Members!

Thank You for Joining!

Steve Crosley ’66  - John Dietrich - Michael Feeley, Jr. ’17  - Charles "Chuck" Friedlander ’78  - Charlene Morris ’70  - Madeline Shipe ’17 

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  • Pink Out Breast Cancer Awareness & Support 2017

    Susquehanna Township School District students, alumni, staff, and our 2017 partner, Lower Dauphin School District, wish to thank both communities and the extended businesses for your generous support of the 7th Pink Out Breast Cancer Awareness campaign. The October-long campaign culminated in the Pink Out football game between Susquehanna Township High School and Lower Dauphin High School on October 20. Through your contribution, the student-driven campaign raised a total of $10,158 to support those in the battle against cancer.

    During the Susquehanna Township School District School Board Meeting on Monday, December 20, Ken Smeltz of Vickie’s Angel Foundation accepted a check for $5,158. A check in the amount of $4,000 was delivered to Pat Halpin-Murphy of PA Breast Coalition and a check for $1,000 was delivered to Brian Gaughan of Pink Hands of Hope towards their Adopt a Family program.

    Thank you Elias Coke for the Field House Donation!

    Elias Coke, 10, a fifth grade Middle School entrepreneur and owner of Spin City spinners (, has donated $50.00 to the “Building Champions” High School Field House project.

    Elias said he wanted to use his company to provide charitable gifts throughout the year, and chose the “Building Champions” project as one of this year’s recipients.

    What an outstanding young man! We can’t say THANK YOU enough.

    You may make your own donation by going to our crowdfunding page:

    Elias and his mother, Carolyn Fortney, presenting the check to Dwayne DeFoor, STHS Alumni President.

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