RPHS Alumni Foundation


Connect | The Scarlet Way | Together

Join the Ridgefield Park Junior-Senior High School Alumni Foundation in its effort raise money for scholarships and connect alumni in a global network.

Contribute to our mission today with a donation, and we're always on the lookout for additional contacts who can assist in spreading alumni-related news to their classes.

Get in touch with us: rphsalumni@aol.com

David Cathcart Receives Veteran Partner of the Year Award

Congratulations, Dave!

David Cathcart ('66) has been named the recipient of the Veteran Partner of the Year Award for his unending support of those who have served and continue to serve the United States.

Cathcart, a Vietnam War veteran, worked with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for many years and helped thousands of his fellow veterans receive benefits for defending our country's freedom.

Everyone at the RPHS Alumni Foundation congratulates Dave on this incredible honor and we thank him for his many years of service — to veterans as well as the Ridgefield Park community.

Athletic HAll of Fame Fundraiser Dinner

Go Scarlets!

Get ready — the RPHS Athletic Hall of Fame is hosting a fundraiser dinner to support our Scarlets and their athletic programs!

Interested or have any questions? Please reach out to Nicole Pucciarelli or Mike Raimondi here: RPAthleticHOF@gmail.com

Extra YearBooks Available

Claim your piece of history!

Take a look back at RPHS over the years with a yearbook from the past —select editions from 2001 through 2021 are up for grabs to anyone interested.

Here are the yearbooks available to choose from:

Interested or have any questions? Please reach out to Courtney Caruso here: CCaruso@rpschools.net

Donations for the Yearbook Club at RPHS are always welcome, too!

RPHS Alumni Meeting

To Be Announced

The Ridgefield Park High School Alumni Foundation will be conducting a general membership meeting at a date and time to be announced. It will be held in the Teachers' Cafeteria.

 The Alumni Foundation is a nonprofit organization that seeks to build a strong alumni communication network, support and recognize the achievement of past graduates and to support the school and students through scholarships for graduating seniors. The meeting is open to all graduates of RPHS. Anyone interested in finding out what the Foundation is all about is invited to attend. We need new your help and ideas!

Fundraiser - Customized Paver

Purchase a customized paver which will be placed in the entry courtyard of the high school.  Two sizes are available; 4 x 8 inches or 8 x 8 inches. The 4 x 8 inch paver allows three lines of type with a maximum of 14 characters per line. The 8 x 8 paver permits up to 6 lines of type and characters per line. Prices are $150 and $250 respectively. Honor a loved one or your class or, mark your graduation from RP’s hallowed halls on a commemorative paver today! 

Email Eric Koenig ('83) at ekoenig@rpschools.net for more information, and download the form to purchase a customized brick paver here.

Mission Statement

To create a global community of alumni to foster support and philanthropic commitment to Ridgefield Park High School, its educational mission and its students, while providing the framework for Alumni participation and networking.                          

RPHS Alumni Foundation Letter to the Community

Dear Alumni & Friends,

The Ridgefield Park Junior-Senior High School Alumni Foundation is looking for your support in the annual membership/scholarship drive. This year, the Alumni Foundation will be distributing approximately $15,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors. We need your assistance to sustain and increase this level of giving. We are also in need of more volunteers to help plan fundraising events and other alumni-based activities. Please bring your ideas to any of our regular meetings -- the dates will be on the calendar of our website.

We are looking to find a volunteer from each class, so if you would like to volunteer as your class representative, send us your email and additional contact information. We ask that our class representatives distribute our own correspondences to their classmates. The cost of mailings are cost prohibitive with thousands of alumni so we hope to use social media effectively.

Brian J. Hubert, RPHS Class of 1978