Name a Seat in the newly restored Jenkins Auditorium! Each of the 904 seats in the renovated auditorium will have an attractive plate mounted on the chair. You are invited to Name a Seat by creating Your own message for the nameplate. You may want to honor or memorialize a friend or relative, celebrate a reunion, or feature your business. Naming a seat is a thoughtful gift for a birthday, holiday, or anniversary. Name a Seat for $100. All profits from this fundraiser will go directly to help Malden High School students.
The Malden High School Alumni Association is looking to honor teachers, coaches and class and club advisors in an energized campaign to sell seat-naming rights in Jenkins Auditorium.
The MHSAA has been busy. See what we have been doing.
Organized and sponsored Homecoming events in
2008, 2009,2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014. Planning for our seventh
this fall. Want to help?
Held 2014 Home Coming 55th Birthday Party for MHS Mascot Nedlam
Presented $16,000 in academic awards of $1,000 each to graduating
seniors, five in class years of 2012, 2013 and six in 2014.
Besides awarding scholarships, the MHSAA fund-raising has provided resources to help
Principle Dana Brown to meet the needs of those students struggling economically.
Inducted seven members into the newly established MHSAA Hall of Fame.
Sponsored rededication ceremonies for the Jenkins Auditorium.
Purchased books from the Malden Reads program for the high school library.”
Sponsored one-man concert in Jenkins Auditorium
featuring alum Joey“Voices” Noone.
Co-sponsored “Class Clowns return to Malden High,”
featuring working comics who graduated MHS.
Saved and restored numerous MHS historical artifacts,
including framed portraits of some past head masters.
Nedlam the Mascot Brought New Spirit to MHS
MHSAA inducts 7 into Hall of Fame
With the induction of the first seven alumni into its new Hall of Fame, the Malden
High School Alumni Association now looks forward to honoring more graduates whose
outstanding achievements serve to inspire future students.
This first class of honorees was inducted May 2 at a banquet and ceremonies at Anthony’s
Function Hall in Malden, much to the delight of relatives, friends, teachers and
There was a lot of pride in the room,and humility.
Accepting the inaugural Hall of Fame awards in person were Boston Globe columnist
Kevin Cullen (’77), international war crimes Judge Phillip Weiner (’72), television
news anchor Heather (Kahn) Braver (’85), and linguist James Matisoff (‘54). Rock
singer/song writer Gary Cherone (’79) and cartoonist Keith Knight Jr. (’84) were
unable to attend, but Cherone’s brother Mike accepted his plaque for him while Knight’s
award was accepted by his mother,Johnnie Knight Wilder.
Pioneering women’s rights advocate Judge Emma (Fall)Schofield (’02) was honored posthumously.