THE NILES TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1961
This is the most fantastic panoramic collection of Chicago views I have ever seen. Sent to us by Chuck Scharf. You can zoom around like you are in a helicopter. Please click on CHICAGO
This is why I love Southwest Airlines. Click on PRE FLIGHT BRIEFING
This link to You Tube shows an 18 year old interviewing himself 38 years later. A very clever piece of work. I hope you enjoy it.
Please click on: Then and Now

A fantastic site that tells the story of Niles township high school and Niles center from Sandi Schoene Metzinger. Click on: NTHS 
Since I started this website back in 2008 we have had over 300,000 visitors. As the years pass by the annual numbers shrink but still about 12,000/year. I hope you have enjoyed browsing through our site as much as I enjoy maintaining it. Keith
Here is a fun dance group. Click on JITTERBUG
To keep our records up to date please let me know of any address changes or email changes or news of any of our classmates. keithanderson30@gmail.com
It is always difficult to receive news of classmates passing and then relaying that news to you. 2 mates died and I must admit I didn't remember much about either. Steve Sunstein was only at Niles for our senior year but I did meet up with him at a couple of San Diego luncheons and he would hold an annual New Years Day party until this year. The other mate was Joe Udelson. He passed away last year but I just heard about it from his sister. I was also informed that Jim Spirrison passed away recently. As Pam put it "These are interesting times for us" and she is so right. If you scroll down to the bottom and click on JITTERBUG I wish I could dance like that (although I was never able to in my lifetime). I have to settle for an occasional slow dance, a round of golf and a recliner in front of the TV binge watching a NETFLIX series. A positive note for me is my 99 year old uncle (Knute Anderson) and his 94 year old wife (Renis). Life has slowed down considerably for them but they still enjoy a round of Mexican Train with us. Enjoy your summer, Keith