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Welcome to the Poly Class of 1970 Reunion Website

This website is for members of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Class of 1970 to assist in planning our 50th Class Reunion.

Our intent is multi-purposed. We'd like updated classmate information including correct spelling of name, address, city, state, zipcode, EMAIL ADDRESS and phone number. This information will be kept in our database as well as in the master database in the Poly Foundation and Alumni office. The information will NEVER be sold or shared with anyone other than fellow classmates, the Poly Foundation and the Poly Alumni association!

To this end we are creating this website. We will be using a secure connection to gather information/write-ups about fellow classmates. For example, if a person is willing, they can do a write up about yourself, including what you have done since graduating from Poly, University attended, work career, family, etc. anything a person wants to share. These make for some interesting reading and allows even those who don’t come to the reunion to catch up. And only registered members can view these pages.

If you want to catch up with a classmate whom you have lost contact with over the years, click here.

Click here to register for access to this section.


POLY CLASS OF 1970 - 50TH REUNION RESCHEDULE

After much debate, the 50th Reunion Committee at its June 25th meeting has decided to reschedule our reunion to Saturday, OCTOBER 16, 2021. The vote was 17–4 in favor of postponement due to the Covid-19 pandemic’s uncertain course and impact during the coming months.

Originally, the committee would have liked to allow all ticket purchasers the ability to have input on the new date. Unfortunately, given the need to quickly secure a revised date from our venue and caterer from those still available to us, purchaser input was deemed impractical. A committee vote chose 10/16/21 from among the 3 dates possible.

Waiting until October 2021 will hopefully allow enough time for vaccines to be developed and for the pandemic to play itself out. It should also protect you and your classmates from possible infection or from passing on the virus due to reunion attendance while the risk may still be elevated this coming fall.

ALL OTHER 50TH REUNION DETAILS REMAIN THE SAME WITH ONE EXCEPTION: THE DISCOUNT TICKET SALE CUT-OFF DATE IS NOW 7/15/2021.

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE ALREADY PURCHASED THEIR TICKET(S)! EVEN THOUGH OUR REUNION HAS BEEN PUSHED BACK A YEAR, PLEASE ENCOURAGE CLASSMATES YOU ARE IN CONTACT WITH TO BUY THEIR TICKETS NOW SO THAT MOMENTUM CAN CONTINUE TO BUILD, AND WE CAN MAKE OUR 50th THE BEST CLASS REUNION EVER!!!

HOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT! SEE WHO’S COMING - CLICK HERE

THE CLASS OF 1970 50th REUNION PLANNING COMMITTEE


Classmates List

alumni

View the listing of the entire Class of '70 organized by homeroom.

Lost Classmates

missing

We need updated classmate information to make the reunion it's best.

Deceased Classmates

Deceased Classmates

In memory of members of the Class of '70 who are no longer with us.

50 Years Later

A History of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Class of 1970

It was the summer of 1966. Approximately two hundred (200) young men from in and around Baltimore City received their official acceptance letter from Mr. Claude A. Burkert, Principal of the most prestigious all male high school in the State of Maryland and the entire country. This letter informed each young man that as part of the incoming class of 1970, they had been accepted into the toughest Special College Curriculum, “A” Course which had the most rigorous program in Math, Science and Engineering which when successfully completed would prepare them for college level work at any and every university in the world. A diverse collection of young men from Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Harford County , Anne Arundle County and countries such as France and Russia. Divided into six (6) homerooms ...

Request for Profiles

Gentlemen of the BPI Class of 1970, As the Alumni Coordinator in the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute Foundation and Alumni Office, I have and continue to work with numerous classes in setting up their reunions. Of the many efforts in planning, one which has become increasingly popular, is the establishment of a mechanism to collect and share with fellow classmates “profiles” as supplied by the individual classmate.

These profiles can be short or long, general or specific, at the wish of the writer. Some I have seen have been one paragraph simply stating where they went to college and then their career path. Others have been detailed including sometimes funny stories of days at Poly...

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