Welcome To La Sierra Online
A Free Resource For La Sierra Alumni Planning Reunions
La Sierra High School, located in the Sacramento suburb of Carmichael, California was open from 1957 to 1984 with the first class graduating in 1958. La Sierra High School is now a community center. The former campus is still home to The Earl J. Koobs Nature area whcih is home to a Vietnam Memorial honoring La Sierra High School graduates who gave all serving in the military.
Unknown facts about La Sierra!
La Sierra had some unique features not found at other San Juan Unified School District high schools. Picnic lunches were served at Ancil Hoffman every third Friday. Free golf was always a credit alternative to Mr. Koobs biology class. (Not that anyone opted out of Mr. Koobs as a teacher.) The Sac County Deputies that patrolled the park were authorized to write excuses if you decided to swim the American River at Ancil Hoffman during the 5th and 6th period!
The cafeteria at La Sierra High School in Carmichael, CA served only the best food! Forget those stories of chili beans and some kind of meat on bread served out a side window, La Sierra’s cafeteria served hot wings, baby back ribs and Sloughouse corn on the cob (when in season)! Seniors were known to have the principals make lunch runs to Grumpy’s for those famous greasy burgers. Yes, La Sierra High School was a very special place!
Seriously… This site is available for cross posting links to class reunions and small businesses affiliated with verified La Sierra Alumni. La Sierra High School alumni find this website! Email volume as well as Google proves it. If you class is planning a reunion, feel free to drop me a note with your information including any supporting class reunion website. I will post on LaSierraOnline.Com and link it to your web resources. If you are a La Sierra graduate and have a business, please send your information and I will post it here for free as well.