WHAT IS HIGH TWELVE?
High Twelve was founded by E. C. Wolcott in Sioux City, Iowa. The first club was officially chartered on May 21, 1921 as International High Twelve Club.
High Twelve is an association of Master Masons who desire an hour of Masonic fellowship independent of the formal ritual of Lodge but prescribe their service to the fraternity.
- Practicing the great lessons and truths of Freemasonry without trespassing on the principles of the Fraternity including encouragement to attend and participate in the Blue Lodge activities.
- The unification of Master Masons in an association where fellowship develops and grows into lasting friendships.
- Masons encourage and support the Public School System and participation in constructive community activities.
- Masons preserve the principles of government, based on the rights of each individual.
ORGANIZATION AND STRUCTURE 25,000 MASTER MASONS
There are over 300 active High Twelve Clubs in the United States, Canada and Foreign Countries. Those in the United States are chartered in States where the Grand Jurisdictions permit such appendant organizations.
The local Club is the foundation for the State and International organization.
State Associations of High Twelve Clubs are composed of representatives from every chartered High Twelve Club within their jurisdiction. There must be at least 5 High Twelve Clubs within a state before a state association can be formed. Therefore every club is affiliated with a state association and must perform under another state association until the state in which the High Twelve Clubs exist has at least 5 Clubs.
HIGH TWELVE INTERNATIONAL OFFICE
High Twelve International spearheads the entire organization with an administrative office located at:
High Twelve International
Kevin L. Hokerk, PSP International Secretary
11404 W. Olive Dr
Avondale, AZ 85393-4210