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Schlagle Night School

Location:  2214 N. 59th Street

Opened:  1996

Closed:  2002

Schlagle Night School was not actually a separate building, but rather a very distinct and important school functioning within the Schlagle High School building.

The purpose of the night school was:

  1. To allow district students to take classes to recover credit for graduation, and
  2. To allow students who are 18 years and over to have an opportunity to earn a high school diploma.

The principal of Schlagle Night School was Bernadette Barber. 

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1998 Graduate - Schlagle Night SchoolShown in picture, from left to right:  Sharon Showalter, Florine Lucille Smith, Bernadette Barber (Principal).

Ms. Smith (at the age of 80 years) received her high school diploma through the Schlagle Night School in 1998.





1998 Graduation - Cover

1998 Graduation - Page 1












1998 Graduation - Pg 2

1998 Graduation - Back Page













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History Site created on December 02, 2002
Page last updated: 23-Apr-2014

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