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Re: High Schools in Fayette Co. 1915- 1925
Posted by: susan bronston Hutson (ID *****2504) Date: March 02, 2008 at 19:24:03
In Reply to: High Schools in Fayette Co. 1915- 1925 by chuck dyess of 846

Tough question.

I thought Henry Clay High School might be a ocntender. But Henry Clay brags to be the oldest and counts when it was located on Main St. (opened in 1928 moved about 1970).

The University of Ky used to have a teacher training school known as U-High (nickname), my mother who is 80 attended, but I don't know how long it served before that.

Also there was Hamilton Hall which used to be on Broadway...I think I recall my great aunt mentioning attending there and she is 98. Next time I visit her I will ask about other schools.

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