BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) -- Most class reunions are held every ten years or so.
However, one school is so proud of its history that it invites its alumni to come back and visit every year.
On Thursday, the 44th annual Alumni Day was held at Parker High School.
During an assembly, alumni presented scholarships to deserving seniors.
They also gave one lucky student a Pride Award.
Many alumni just can't part with Parker High.
Several of the school's teachers are former students.
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