Attending a class reunion is something to look forward to or to dread, depending on how things turned out post-graduation.

The team at Flagler Palm Coast High School is eagerly anticipating their 50th anniversary starting with the Class of 1975, and have put out a call to FPC alumni to share their memorabilia.

Stacia Collier, Assistant Principal at Flagler Palm Coast High School

“Flagler Palm Coast High School is the Flagship of Flagler Schools and is a landmark in Flagler County.  FPC opened in the Fall of 1974 and celebrated its first graduating class in the Spring of 1975.  As we approach the 2024-2025 school year, FPC will hold several events to build up anticipation for the 50th Anniversary.  One of those events is our Memorabilia Drive.  We have dedicated a full display case in our Student Hub (main entrance of the school) to create the FPC 50th Anniversary Exhibit.  We hope that this focal point for our students, parents, and visitors will help create awareness of our upcoming semicentennial,” said FPC assistant principal Stacia Collier.

Items have been coming in as they begin the process of building the display.

“We are thankful for the many items we have received so far that include, sports jerseys and letterman jackets, photographs, t-shirts, spirit items (such as pom-poms, pins, megaphones, etc.) and more,” she said.

Some alumni have donated the items and others have given them to the school on loan.

“Either way, we are happy to have any FPC memorabilia to help make our exhibit an excellent representation of FPCHS over the past five decades,” she said.

Team members are building the celebration plan this school year (23-24) and hope to have several events that allow alumni and the community to visit the campus, add to the beautification of our campus, and celebrate the milestone.  Collier says the “Legacy Events” could include a Hall of Fame gala and dinner, a parade, specific homecoming events and specific events to honor the inaugural class of 1975.

“Many, many people love FPC, but I’m not sure many love it or give it as much as me!  I’m a proud alumni who’s taught here, coached cheerleading here and has made FPC my home.  I am thrilled to spearhead our 50th anniversary from an alumni standpoint and an administrator standpoint.  I’ve been working with our FPCHS Alumni Association ( to build our membership and funds to help support all of our 50th anniversary ideas.  If any alumni are interested in joining our alumni association they should visit the website for more information,” she said.

If you are interested in donating or loaning some FPC artifacts, you can drop these items off at FPC between the hours of 8am-3pm. For more information on the Memorabilia Drive or the 50th Anniversary please reach out to assistant principal (and alumni) Stacia Collier at

Featured Image: (Courtesy of Flagler Palm Coast High School) FPC is currently seeking memorabilia as we approach the 50th anniversary. We would like to thank Robert MacDonald for donating this letterman jacket. The jacket originally belonged to Greg Pryor, a 1981 graduate. If you have items that you would like to lend or donate to the school, please drop it off at the FPC Student Hub. #FPC50th