General H. H. Arnold High

Lost and Found Warriors Unite!

Anyone who attended H. H. Arnold HS is part of the Warrior family. Grad, non-grad, faculty, come one, come all. This is the place for YOU!

Warriors in need...



A fellow Warrior needs our thoughts, prayers and a little help...

Doug Holt, Class of 1980 and his little sister,
Debbie Holt Holbert, Class of 1984 have been hit with a tough one.

Debbie's real sick, folks.

We're talking Lymphoblastic Leukemia and a malignant tumor on her kidney. Her insurance just isn't kicking in much.

Let's see if we can help her out.

Please take a moment to find out what she's dealing with and if you can spare a little, please contribute.

Debbie's GoFundMe Page

Can you spare $1, $5 or $20? We need some Warrior love from all class years...

Thank you, fellow Warriors.

In Memory of Dr. Sonja Skalbeck Langley, Class of '83

Instead of sending flowers, please consider contributing to the Dr. Sonja Langley Scholarship. Established through Texas A&M Prairie View, the scholarship will provide financial assistance to high school students who have lost a parent to cancer.

Donate here: Dr. Sonja Langley Scholarship Site

More information:

Dr. Sonja Langley Scholarship FB Page

Fallen Warrior Page

Class of '83 FB Page

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Warrior Wear


Don't let the copyright watermarks fool you - this unique HH Arnold Crest design is clear and bold! TONS of Tee and Hoodie options!

HH Arnold Crest Tees


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Many of you have expressed interest in locating local Warriors, not just in your immediate area, but also when you are on the road and have time to meet up. The State Groups are a GREAT way to establish local classmates. Another resource is the Google Map we created. You must have a gmail account in order to make changes to your entry, but anyone can view and use. Thanks to Jim Nuttall, Class of '65!

Go to Warrior Map



Fellow Warrior Announcements...

Are you bummed that the Old School Buildings are no more?

Do you want to have a piece of our history? Did you feel just a little bit jealous when the attendees of the official Alumni Association Reunion in Wiesbaden came home with pieces back in 2010?

Here's your chance to get your brick and help out the Robotics Club! 

Order your chunk of HH Arnold history today - Brick Mementos from the demolished gymnasium are available NOW!

Original 4" x 4" x 3" Yellow-Clay Brick from the demolished Arnold High School Gymnasium. 

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Karen is the current Balfour representative for Wiesbaden High School (Formerly General H. H. Arnold High School) All the information you need is below! 

 It’s never too late!!

We can make a Wiesbaden High School letter jacket or class ring with any graduation date!

Class rings can also be ordered anytime at Just enter WIESBADEN in the school finder.

Letter Jackets can be ordered anytime through the mail / email/ or via telephone. Just contact:

You can download the class ring brochure, price list and order form as well as the Letter Jacket flyer/order form and patch flyer at:

Should you have any questions or if I can be of service in any way, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Best Regards,

karen burbach-barker | international representative | balfour international | 9 river way; shipston-on-stour; cv36 4rd; england | direct: +44-1608-662040

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   We have confirmation that the crest, prior to demolition, has been removed to a safe location. Barre Sequin '84 

Latest Activity

Thomas E. Hoagwood commented on Jeffrey O'Hara Baker, Sr.'s group Aukammites
"In the mid 60s, Aukamm was for officers and their families.  If memory serves, we lived on Westfalen Str. The number 35 sticks in my mind.  Behind our building was a row of civilian houses separated from Aukamm by a grove of apple trees.…"
Donna Roundy Roche joined Jeffrey O'Hara Baker, Sr.'s group


In the 70's, Aukamm was the housing area for Officers and their families. But there were some NCO's and their families that also lived in Aukamm. So for all of us Aukamm residents, Welcome and come join.
Donna Roundy Roche joined Lindy's group

70s Era Warriors

Elton to Ozzy, the emergence of the punk scene... the 70s were loaded with great music, good times and mega bell bottoms! Folks who attended H. H. Arnold from 1970-1979, welcome...
Donna Roundy Roche updated their profile
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Lindy left a comment for Donna Roundy Roche
"Hi, Donna! Welcome to Warriorville! Sometimes, only sometimes, someone comes along, and even though they don't have a lot of detail in their profile, it's really obvious they did indeed attend our school. Not too many people will know…"
Profile IconDonna Roundy Roche and Jill Chenault joined General H. H. Arnold High
Lindy left a comment for Jill Chenault
"Hi, Jill! Welcome to Warriorville. Classmates from across the street are a part of the family - I know it can be tough to recall details when you spent so little time there. I was at the middle school myself before heading into the high school.…"



This site is PAID FOR by our official HH Arnold Alumni Association.

The Association is THE REASON we don't have a big, fat 'Donate Now' tab in your face at every turn! The Association has done SO MUCH to help Warriors find each other and get back in touch.

Let's do our part and toss some love in the pot. You can take advantage of our new options by becoming a Life Member in one fell swoop or you can get one, two or three years of membership to help out. Whichever, please do so today! This site is run BY Warriors FOR Warriors!


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