Class Reunion information for Clearfield Area High School
Original Pen & Ink drawing of the "Old" Clearfield High School by David Yocum. Courtesy the artist. See more pictures .
" Here's to the praise " refers to the opening line of the
C.H.S. Alma Mater ( Newly Updated with VIDEO )
Current High School in Hyde ( 1975 - Present )
This building, identified on the post card as "High School, Clearfield,Pa" was located where the current Clearfield Borough Police Station now stands. Before that on this site had, I believe, once stood the "Clearfield Academy", which may have been an entirely different building or an earlier incarnation of this same one. It was used as the Junior High when the building at the very top of the page was the High School, and later, when the Mill Road building debuted this became "Junior High East" while the other was "Junior High West".
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Reunions in 2014 & 2015:
The "new" High School on Mill Road ( now the Middle School ) , served until
the graduation of the Class of 1975, after which the present location in Hyde
opened. When the above two buildings served as high schools, Bison Football was played on the field in the Driving Park ( Clearfield County Fair Grounds ) with seating in the Grandstand. This photo is from the 1969 "Bison".
Art Weiss dies
"The Old High School"
"The Mill Road High School" ( 1956-1975 )
See how the Bison
statue came to be !
Wow , what great day it was ! Perfect weather and our old school
looking about as good as it must have back on September 4, 1956.
Major props to the CASD staff and the kids of CMS . .
. . and of course to the Class of 1975 for their
"Remember When" Dance and to D.J. Bob E. Day.
( click above for pictures . . . and now with VIDEO ! )
Order a Souvenir Key Chain to remember the fun !
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We now find ourselves in a wonderful
dilemma; there are so many entries
of reunions & especially "Bison"
yearbook pages that they are now
indexed on a separate page HERE .
When the Mill Road School was
dedicated in 1956, The Progress
published a Special Edition -
view it HERE