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Plymouth High School
In June of 2015,
for the first time in 175 years
, there will be no school on the corner of Church and Main Streets, the site of our old Plymouth High School.
In May, 2013, the Plymouth-Canton community passed a Bond Issue to fund construction of a new middle school and the School Board decided to close Central Middle School, our old High School building.
Just from an historical perspective – here is a timeline for the old Plymouth High site.
1840 Plymouth School House was built on the High School site by Ebenezer Penniman.
1865 Additions were made and the school was named “Union School”.
1881 Was the year of the first Plymouth graduating class, consisting of 7 graduates.
1884 The Union School building was moved and a new school was built and called the “High School”.
1916 The High School burned down and the
present High School building was completed in 1918.
1952 A new band room, choir room, Gym and Swimming Pool addition was completed.
1958 The Annex was completed for the auto shop, wood shop, and other industrial arts.
1964 The greatest class in the history of Plymouth High School graduates.
1970 Plymouth Salem High was built, Plymouth High School was closed, and the High School building
was converted to Central Middle School.
1972 Plymouth Canton High was completed.
2002 Plymouth High School was completed. These 3 schools now comprise the “Plymouth-Canton
Educational Park” that has over 6,000 students.
2015 Central Middle School (our PHS) is closed. An epic era comes to an end.
In 2014, the Plymouth-Canton school district is the third largest school district in the state with 3 High Schools, 5 middle schools, 17 elementary schools and almost 19,000 students.
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