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Missing Yearbooks
Milby High School is missing several yearbooks.  If any Alumnus would like to donate theirs, they would be added to the district archives.  The missing years are as follows:  1927, 1958, 1960, 1963 and 1972.  If anyone can help, please contact the School Librarian:
Rowena R. Verdin
Milby High School Librarian
1601 Broadway
Houston, TX  77012
713-928-7418, 713-928-7414 fax

WALK OF MEMORIES Fundraising Program
Be a part of history at Charles H. Milby High School with the purchase of engraved paver bricks located in the Alumni Plaza leading to the entrance of the school.  Contributions are tax-deductible and proceeds from these sales provide a resource for funding scholarships, teacher's continuing education and school special needs. 

Watch here as we post more information on this amazing opportunity for students, clubs, organizations, sports teams and families to support our school. 
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Many Thanks and special recognition .... !
Congratulations to the Class of 1945 who donated their excess Reunion funds to Milby's Library.

Congratulations to the Classes of 1952 and 1953 who donated their Reunion
Funds to the Alumni Scholarship Fund.

By Owen Conerly, Class of 1956 - Milby Alumni President
Band Flag donated by Class of 1954, 1955
The New MILBY FLAG was donated by the Classes of 1954 and 1955
Click on pic for larger image. 
Milby Athletes Earn Second Shot at Scholarships ... Read complete story by Richard Justice, Houston Chronicle commentary, 4-18-10
Click here for complete article posted on 4/18/10, written by Richard Justice
The Ready to Achieve Mentoring Program (RAMP), is a career based mentoring program for high school youth with all types of disabilities involved with or at-risk of becoming involved with the juvenile justice system. The RAMP model utilizes a combination of group, peer, and one-on-one mentoring to promote the successful transition of RAMP youth to employment, continued learning
opportunities, and independent living.
Ready to Achieve Mentoring Program (RAMP), a career based mentoring program for high school youth with all types of disabilities involved with or at-risk of becoming involved with the juvenile justice system.
RAMP Mentor Program
Volunteer to be a Mentor
October 19, 2010
Read about former Milby student Eugene Rubio's Paying it Forward

Eugene Rubio grew up thinking he'd have a blue-collar life, until opportunity knocked.  Now he's returning the favor.  Full story...
Read about former Milby student Eugene Rubio's Paying it Forward
Survival of the fittest

Former Milby athlete Donald Driver rises above life of poverty, crime to star in NFL

San Antonio Express-News Feb. 3, 2011, 10:12PM
    Full story...
Read about former Milby student Donald Driver's "Survival of the Fittest" 2-3-11
Click here for more information .....

One (1) - Discus
One (1) - Pole Vault
Eighteen (18) - Hurdles

Please make your donation thru the Milby Alumni Assn. Website
(click DONATIONS button) or you can mail your check directly to:

Milby High School
c/o Jesse H. Jones Campus
7414 St. Lo Rd.
Houston, TX  77033
Attn:  Coach Prevost - TRACK TEAM Head Coach

Make check payable to
Milby High School / Track Team

Your contributions are tax deductible

Please Help the Track Team with your Donation Today!


GOOD NEWS is that Milby has re-activated their dormant Track Team in 2014.  The BAD NEWS is that they don't have any funds to purchase much-needed uniforms or  equipment for both the Boys and Girls Cross-Country and the Track/Field teams.  Currently, their immediate needs include the purchase of the following:
Own Your Own Piece of Milby ...

The Milby Alumni Association is now happy to announce the sale of a limited supply of AUTHENTIC
from the school, removed during the demolition in 2014-2015.  Each brick has a commemorative plaque affixed and is accompanied by its own Certificate of Authenicity.

Get yours TODAY before they are gone!

Click here to print the order form, complete and mail with your check. 
$50 each plus $10 postage.
$40 each plus $10 postage for Lifetime Members
Click here to make a donation for the Track Team
Click for Houston Chronicle Article on Coach Duffer
Coach Duffer has seen it all as his Milby era ends  
Right:  Milby coach Jim Duffer brings his team together Tuesday during the final game in his 29-year run at the school.
Duffer, a 1980 Milby graduate who spent 13 years as a Buffs assistant under Boyce Honea before becoming the legendary coach's handpicked successor in 2003. "It's time for somebody young to get in there to really beat the sidewalks and get the program and the school back to where it was."  For article ...
28 Milby Students to Participate in

Twenty Eight (28) of our students have made the commitment to participate in Close Up's Flagship High School Program in Washington, D. C. from February 12-17, 2017.  For more information about Close UP Washington, DC civic education program, please visit their website:  

They need your help to get them there.

The cost per student is $1,762.  The students are, and will be conducting fundraisers.  However, the students must pay the full amount by December 29, 2016.  

Total Group Cost:  $49,336
Total Depopsits $400 per student):  $11,200
Balance Due:  $38,136

They would appreciate any contribution, no matter how large or small.  Donations can be made by credit card or electronic check online, Click here.  Enter School Code HO052.    If paying by check, make payable to Close UP and send to the address below:  

Milby High School
c/o Andre Rodriguez
7414 St. Lo Road
Houston, TX  77033

Close UP is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.  
Their Tax ID # is 23-7122882

For Additional Information, Contact
Andre Rodriguez
click photo to see debut
And He's Off .... The Charlie Project is complete.  Charlie had his big reveal party October 30th and those in attendance were able to get their photos taken with the new Charlie.  

Over eighteen months, alumni of Charles H Milby High School spearheaded by our own Johnny Nelson '65 with the help of many supportive Buffaloes, raised funds, spent countless hours researching sources to create a life-size fiberglass Charlie Buffalo (American Bison) mascot to share with current students.  “Charlie” made his debut at Milby's Homecoming against Furr at Barnett Stadium Saturday, November 5, 2016.  Each participant of this project was acknowledged on a plaque.  Click here to view. 
Charlie Makes Debut
at Homecoming
Nov 6, 2016
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