Some classmates are experiencing an issue with . . . their names. Some women are finding their last names repeated, as in "Susan Smith (Smith)." Others are looking for a way to change the way their first names are presented. For instance, if you were known as "Bill," you may not want your classmates to be confused by your full name, "Augustus William."
Good news: You can change your name (first name or last name) in this website to whatever you prefer. Our suggestion is that you include a version that people will remember from high school. For women, that means including your maiden name. That way, if your friends from the CHS cafeteria table are looking for you, they'll find you more easily. We might not have known you as Susan Smith, but rather as Susan Jones. But that is your call.
So if you've registered with the site (that is, you've entered an email address and password), here are step-by-step instructions for changing how your name is presented. Note: We've learned that these changes are better made using a regular computer than a smart phone. If you have problems, you might also try using a different web browser.
Changing your last name
Changing your first name
Do everything listed above, but when you get to step 5, make the changes in the first line (First Name). Remember: Scroll to the bottom of the form and click the big blue botton labeled "Save Changes." Otherwise, nothing changes.
Final note: So where did we get these names? These were the names listed in the 1969 Commencement program. That's why we have, in most cases, listed you by your full name (as of June 1969) . . . including that middle name you'd rather not share with the world.