About Burbank High 1966

Classmate Paul Kane poses with Watergate burglar G. Gordon Liddy.

Classmate Paul Kane (BHS '66) was seen having a drink with G. Gordon Liddy (left) in June 1972, only days before Liddy was arrested for participating in the break-in of the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate Complex in Washington, DC. Kane was not implicated in the crime.

Direct from Moab, Utah, Moabbey the Coyote surfs his bedroll atop the Burbank 2016 Rose Parade Float - Go, Moabbey, go.

It's been over fifty years. Let's go surfing now, everybody's learning how. Come on a safari with me.

The Burbank High School Class of 1966 50th Reunion was great. As you can see in the image above, some classmates traveled by safari back to Burbank.

Olive Avenue - In the heart of Downtown Burbank

The lights are changing. Hurry up and make your plans to attend the BHS Class of '66 55th Class Reunion on 10/16/21.

In honor of the BHS Class of 1966, longtime Burbank business, Borrmann Steels renamed their Service Center 'Bulldog '66 Steels'

In honor of the BHS Class of 1966, longtime Burbank business, Borrmann Steels renamed their Service Center "Bulldog '66 Steels".

In honor of the BHS Class of 1966, the Burbank City Council renamed a block of San Fernando Blvd.

In honor of the BHS Class of 1966, the Burbank City Council renamed a block of San Fernando Blvd. "Bulldog '66 Blvd."


Letter to the Editor regarding communists from 1982

In the 1960s, Burbank High School was one of the most politically conservative institutions in the city. When comedian Steve Allen was hired to speak at a student assembly, he was heartily booed and called a communist by some students. Anyone with "liberal values" at BHS soon learned to keep their mouth shut. In that spirit, one of our special correspondents recently contributed this letter to the editor of the University of Arizona Wildcat student newspaper.