LOS ANGELES, Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Instead of waiting for the traditional 10-, 20- and 25-year class reunions to reconnect with old friends, high school alumni now have another option that makes catching up simple. With the High School Classmates Reunion page at MyLife™, the Web's best single source for people search, former classmates can find each other online in seconds.
Visitors to the site can use the company's free high school alumni search tool to look for old friends and special teachers by city, state or specific school. Once visitors have located the high school they attended, all they need to do is select the year they graduated and they will see a list of students and faculty associated with their class.
"The whole high school alumni search takes just seconds," says Jeff Tinsley, CEO and Founder of MyLife. "We've organized it so efficiently that visitors can find the school and the alumni members they're looking for without wasting a moment."
Whether visitors are searching for high school alumni from their own class or friends from other graduating classes – they can search the company's database and find out how to contact them quickly and easily. Not only does this allow users to organize mini-class reunions outside of the traditional gatherings, but it also provides high school reunion planners with a simple way to spread the word about official reunions.
To try MyLife's high school alumni search tool or to begin organizing a mini-class reunion of your own, visit http://www.mylife.com/high-schools/.
With its proprietary people search technology and access to hundreds of millions of profiles from across the web, MyLife.com is the single best source for finding anyone and following updates for both personal and professional contacts, wherever they go. MyLife has more than 50 million members and is growing at a rate of more than 1.5 million new members per month. The new company was founded by entrepreneur Jeffrey Tinsley, former CEO of GreatDomains.com and Reunion.com. To build on and expand its proven revenue generating model, MyLife has received $25 million in funding from Oak Investment Partners. For more information, please visit www.MyLife.com.