Balboa High School Alumni Association


"First on the Pacific"


Welcome fellow Bucs, This is the official web site of the Balboa Alumni Association. We are working hard to get the sites features fully functioning, in the meantime, thank you for your patience. The Orange Menu Bar is The Helm of our web site, use it to explore our site and to take you to your desired destinations here at Balbucs.net. And be sure to check and see what's 'On the Horizon' for information on all our coming events as well as news and photos. Many exciting events for 2014 are coming up, the always fun Alumni Family Picnic, Bal's Homecomng Game and much more be on the lookout for more info.

"The Alumni Association was a project of the 100 Buccaneers Service Society, in the Fall of 1969, to start a Balboa High School Alumni Association, and with the special help of Beverly Rodriguez (S' 70) and other 100 Bucs, the Alumni Association held an organizational meeting in April of 1970, with John Payne, (S' 70) 100 Buc President presiding. Over 200 people reported and one of the shining lights I met that night was Emily Powell (F'46), many times elected Alumni President. That's one of the great things about Balboa, it's students, it's graduates. They are enormously proud and loyal to their school. There is a PASSION for Balboa that does not exist in other schools. Of course, there are those wonderful traditions: the Senior Sweater, the Senior Panoramic Picture, the Senior Jinx, and other traditions, but none so unforgettable as the Move-Up Assembly. I will never forget the first Move-Up that I saw in June of 1957. The music from "Aida", the Senior Song, No school can match that! " - Nick Kafkas




Mission Statement

The Balboa High School Alumni Association (“corporation”) is formed for the purpose of promoting the welfare of Balboa High School.
The corporation is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, including for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations which qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501 ( c) ( 3 ) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986
(or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue law)