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Old Green High School in Franklin Furnace. In 1992 building was used by primary grades. Building is no longer used.
New Carlisle Elementary School - now closed
Like so many others, I went to school here, although for just two years.
Fifth grade teacher was Mrs. Berry in room 303 and sixth grade with Mrs
ARCANUM MIDDLE SCHOOL
Butler Township School/Arcanum-Butler Middle School at US 127 and Grubbs-Rex Rd. This building has been demolished; only the southern addition remains.
School in background is likely the Pleasant View School, Jt. District #10, located in Section 10 of Franklin township. This building was built
in 1906. In about 2007, the school was moved "over the hill" to a property at the corner of Wilson Creek Road and County Road WC, Spring Green Township, Sauk County, Wisconsin.
Danbury Elementary School, Lakeside-Marblehead
Danbury Twp. High School, aka "Lakeside" High School. I think the class of '72 may have been the first to have Danbury on their class rings. The old
high school sits to the back and left. The new high school, built for fall '66 sits low and to the front along SR 163. The elementary school is far
This originally was the Concord Township School before merging with Troy City Schools. Another photo of it is here: https://vintageaerial.com/photos/ohio/miami/1968/OMI/40/14
Concord Elementary School located at the corner of Washington Rd. & Rt 718, Troy, Ohio
built at the time. It was still a township school until it became part of the Troy City school district in about 1955.
Harry graduated from Scottland High School in 1957, me in 1959. My years there were 2nd grade through high school. First grade was in a little country one room school-Larkin school, teacher Mrs. Davis.
Attended all my school years here except first two. Great memories. The school is no longer there. Last time I was there only the gym in back was still there.
My grade and high school!
The old Poston School? I believe.
Miami Trace High School stadium.
This is 4340 Brown Road. I grew up here from 1976 to late the late 1990s. The old School House was torn down and the current home was built in 1972. The barn and the garage are still standing.
Brown Township #6/Maple Grove School.
This is the Ruggles-Troy Elementary and Junior High School in Nova, Ohio that I attended from kindergarten through 8th grade. My father
was in the last graduating class at the school when it was also the Ruggles-Troy High School (the Golden Flashes with school colors of green and yellow). One
of the baseball/softball fields is in the lower right corner. The school has now been torn down,, but the baseball/softball fields are still there.
Watertown Elementary School
I went to school here from first grade to eighth grade here at Watertown Elementary. The school was so small, there were only four classrooms
because there were two grades and one teacher to every class. It sounds strange, but to those of us who when here, it was completely normal. I have a lot of good memories at this school and feel blessed to have been able to attend.
Now the location of Washington HS and Middle School.
Clearcreek Elementary school. This since been added onto and is now a primary school with just grades K-1.
Medina Senior High School
Concord Township School then Graham East Elementary School and now Concord Community Center Fields behind and to the left of the building are now
Woodstock School. It has since been torn down and replaced by the local post office.
Larwill High School
Greenville Township School #2, Avery School located on Hunter Road between OH-118 and the Cincinnati Northern Railroad Tracks(now CJ Corman RR
.) It was the replacement schoolhouse for the one that burned down at that location in 1915. This style of school house was unique in the county and likely
was one of the very last one room school houses to be built in the county. Unfortunately, this school is no longer standing.
Ridge Township School (Lincolnview High School)
This was originally the Staunton Township school that was built around 1920 and later became one of the Miami East Local school buildings.
2801 Spring Creek-Stringtown Rd in Troy. This is now used as Western Ohio Japanese Language school. Both buildings still standing and a small baseball field on the left. We live a few homes down from this now.
This used to be my elementary school and Jr high school. Miami East school district
McCarthyville School in Van Buren Township. It has since been torn down.
I went to elementary school there.
Mississinawa Valley Schools (originally the Jackson Township School) on OH-47 at Staudt Rd. between Ansonia and Union City. These buildings have all been torn down and replaced by a modern K-12 school.