Welcome to the Alumni Association of James
Madison High School, Brooklyn, NY.
The Mission of the James
Madison Alumni Association is to foster social and fraternal
relationships among graduates of JMHS and, in keeping with the
school's high ideals of scholarship and citizenship, to support and
enhance the educational opportunities of current and future
OUR WEBSITE IS UPDATED
EVERY FEW MONTHS. KEEP COMING BACK TO SEE WHERE WE’VE BEEN,
WHAT WE ARE DOING, AND WHERE WE ARE GOING!
Join Us!Go to the Membership page.
Donate Show your appreciation for your
Madison experience by giving generously to support Madison's
News of the JMHSAA
Madison Is 90!
MADISON IS 90 YEARS OLD THIS YEAR and a celebration is in the planning stages. Go to our Events Page and check out the details. We hope to see alumni from all decades on November 22nd. Click on the fliers on the right for information and for our trip to the Tenement Museum.
Our Spring edition of the Alumni News was emailed by class reps to all members and alumni on their lists, and, in turn, we asked everyone to circulate to their Madison friends on their own personal lists. We want everyone to know about us and what better way than our acclaimed newsletter? This issue included a form for the Adopt-A-Chair program and a membership form which is also attached to the link.
Speaking of ADOPT-A-CHAIR:
The most successful fundraising project we have ever had. Chairs are being named for alumni in every era – the 20's right up to the 2000's. A wonderful tribute to our school and a lasting gift to ourselves. Please go to the Giving Back page to learn more about it.
We have a new brochure which highlights Madison's accomplishments, the students, school, and faculty. If you don't receive a brochure in the mail please contact Marty Alpert
September 28, 2015
Board 11:30 am Members 1:00 pm
Tenement Museum Trip Flier
November 21, 22
JMHS 90th Birthday Flier
See the Events
section on this website for functions planned for the future or
email Marcia Landau
WANTED: writers for our alumni newsletter. Contact Frieda Weitz or Naomi Fish