In 1990, the Bryan Station Alumni Association was formed to promote
the school and its students. Since its inception, the Association
has played a vital role in promoting a positive image of the school
with a visual showing of their support.
In 1991, the Alumni built the new sign on Eastin Road and dedicated
it in the memory of teacher and coach, Philip M. Pickett.
In 1992, the 1982 graduating class donated the flagpole directly
behind the sign and new school and American flags during their 10th
reunion. The base of the flag pole is a monument to their deceased
In 1993, the Alumni helped to refurbish the library by painting
the walls, reupholstering chairs, framing prints and purchasing
new blinds. The Sight Based Decision Making Committee had requested
their replacement in a 1992 letter to the Board of Education.
In 1993, the graduating class of 1983 donated two park benches
to be placed adjacent to the flag pole behind the sign on Eastin
Road. These were dedicated during their 10th reunion and are in
memory of their deceased classmates.
In 2002, the Alumni Association established a School Service award in honor of a dedicated alum, Mary Jane Powers Pinkerton. This financial grant is given annually to selected graduating seniors who have made exceptional contributions to BSHS through dedicated and extensive school service activities. The Alumni Association has awarded more than $30,000.00 in financial grants to deserving students for post high school education
In 2006, recognizing the increasing need for supplemental funding across a broad spectrum of school activities and programs, the Alumni Association established a Financial Request Committee for organizations to request funding for a variety of needs. Listed below are school organizations and sports programs which have received financial support: