Madison East High School was established in 1922, making it the oldest public high school still operating in Madison. The building was built by architect Frank Riley in 1922, in the Collegiate Gothic style. Join us as we celebrate East's 100th Anniversary!
The History of East, a documentary by East Senior (Class of 2023) Ry Feiner
100th anniversary spiritwear
Eastsiders Night at the Duck Pond
Eastsiders unite (and reunite!) in honor of East High School's 100th Year Anniversary at Warner Park on Friday, July 22nd for the Mallards Game. Gates open at 5:35pm. First pitch at 6:35pm. A bobblehead of Peppy will be given out to the first 1,000 fans at the game!
Duck Blind: tinyurl.com/peppy100
East High School's ALL-CLASS Reunion will be held on Saturday, July 23rd from 12-9pm at the Warner Park Shelter.
*6 bands, each including at least one East alumni
*Silent art auction to benefit the Madison East High School Food Pantry
*Bring a dish to pass (nothing that needs to be heated)
*Meat entrees, water, soda & beer provided. Meat: carnita meat, grilled chicken strips and brats (as well as buns and condiments). Beer: Two different Light beers and Spotted Cow on tap. BYOB if you don’t want beer.
*12 for 1, or 2 for $22 in advance - $15 at the door. Contact Jill Thompson Oelke, Tre Younger or John Younger for in-person payment. Venmo payments can be made to @Jill-Oelke.
*Who should attend the event? Anyone who: attended East at any time (diploma not required!), attended a school in the East district at any time, attended Central High School, was supposed to attend East and wound up at a different high school, taught/teaches at any of the district schools.