Grey Highlands Public Library Digital Collections
Flesherton District High School
Description
Media Type
Image
Object
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Flesherton District High School, located on Campbell St., Flesherton, ON, was built in 1952 replacing the original two-story structure that was completely destroyed following a fire on January 24, 1952. Mr. K.G. Goheen was principal at the time. The official opening of the new Flesherton District High School was held in the spring of 1953.

In 1968, when the new building, Grey Highlands Secondary School was constructed on another site on Highway #10, the former Flesherton District High School reopened its doors welcoming pupils from Kindergarten to Grade Eight, with a new look and new name- Macphail Memorial Elementary School.
Date of Original
c.1968
Subject(s)
Local identifier
FleshertonHighSchool.jpg
Collection
Split Rail Country Volume 2
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.2564052240352 Longitude: -80.5435201904297
Contact
Grey Highlands Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

101 Highland Drive

Box 280 Flesherton, ON

519-924-2241

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Flesherton District High School


Flesherton District High School, located on Campbell St., Flesherton, ON, was built in 1952 replacing the original two-story structure that was completely destroyed following a fire on January 24, 1952. Mr. K.G. Goheen was principal at the time. The official opening of the new Flesherton District High School was held in the spring of 1953.

In 1968, when the new building, Grey Highlands Secondary School was constructed on another site on Highway #10, the former Flesherton District High School reopened its doors welcoming pupils from Kindergarten to Grade Eight, with a new look and new name- Macphail Memorial Elementary School.