Welcome to the OAA

The oldest known active high school alumni association
in Virginia since 1906.




A Message from Miss Eugenia Hilleary Osbourn:

“My only message to the Alumni and the School Board is that the quality of the work for which the school labored so long be kept up.” 


Osbourn Athletic Hall of Fame


We are pleased to announce this new venture with the Osbourn Athletic Boosters and the Osbourn High School Athletic Department!

* You can nominate people using the application below

* Criteria for submission can be found on the application

* Nominations must be submitted by November 1 for the 2024 selection

* Submit applications: osbournalumniassociation@gmail.com

Osbourn Hall of Fame Application


5th Annual


Details to know:

* Proceeds benefit the scholarship fund

* You do NOT need to be present to win

* Each ticket holder can bring 1 guest 

* Dinner begins at 6:30pm

* Raffle drawing begins at 7pm

* The 1st number picked and every 20th number picked will win $100!

* The last 5 ticket holders picked will win $200, $300, $500, $1,000 and $10,000!

* The final 2 ticket holders may agree to split the $11,000 prize money or take a risk!!!

* Only 300 tickets will be sold

* Tickets are $100 (dinner and open bar for 2 people)

* You do NOT have to be an alumni to purchase a ticket


Message us or contact a board member to purchase your ticket



2023 Scholarship Recipients

Kian McAndrew, Jasmine Wigington, Abby Fairchild 



2023 Alumni Dinner



2022 Alumni of the Year: Lawrence ‘Buck’ Buchanan


Our Alumni of the Year was born on July 23, 1926 in the Bradley Forest neighborhood. He grew up in a house at the corner of Prince William Street and Wellington Road in the Town of Manassas. He attended the Brown School on Prince William Street and Manassas Industrial School founded by Jennie Dean at the time the school was known as the Manassas Regional School.

He joined the United States Navy in 1944 and served two tours in the Navy. He went to school to learn a trade as a locksmith on the GI Bill of Rights, learning his trade at a time when it was unheard of because of his race. He worked for the US Post Office and retired after many years of service.

He served on many committees for the Town and City of Manassas. He was a member of the Triangle Masonic Lodge and attended First Baptist Church. He coached many area youths in the segregated baseball league. If you locked yourself out, he would be right there to help you. He helped many people who were in need in any shape or form. Buck loved and has lived for his community his whole life!