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Tom Truex

Tom Truex, MHS class of 1976

Welcome to MiramarHighSchool.ORG — the only non-commercial, commercial free website for all Miramar High School alumni — from the first graduating class until today!

Miramar High School is a public high school located in Miramar, Florida. The school opened in 1970, serving students residing in southwest Broward County for more than four decades.
MHS currently has two magnet programs: an Aviation program and an International Baccalaureate program.

This blOg is owned and maintained by Tom Truex, Miramar High School, class of 1976. You can email me by clicking on the “CONTACT” tab on the top of this page.

One Comment

  1. Nina Katchadourian says:

    Dear Mr. Truex,

    I just posted a message to the Class of ’73 site, but thought I’d reach out to you here as well. I am trying to find some information about a class project that happened at your school in 1970 which involved the building of a small 9-foot long fiberglass dinghy. This dinghy was instrumental in later saving the lives of the Robertson family after they were shipwrecked in 1972. This story that has been documented in two very popular books, “Survive the Savage Sea” and “The Last Voyage of the Lucette.” I am a professor of visual art at New York University doing research on this story and I am very eager to get in touch with anyone who might have been part of building this boat, or who might remember the project or the name of the teacher. I’d be very grateful if you’d PM me with any leads! Thank you!
    Nina Katchadourian

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