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GHS Alumni Association Website


                     Home of Glenville High School until 1956, it was located on the hill near Glenville State College.  The building was situated where there is now a parking lot, between the Goodwin Hall dormitory and the Mollohan Student Union Building.  The concrete stairs that led from the back door toward Rt. 33/119 are still in place. Click on the photo for a larger image.

Glenville High School, 1958 to 1968, grades 1 thru 12.  It is now home to Gilmer County High School.   The building has been recently renovated with a new addition.  Click Here to see renovated Gilmer County High School.  Click on the photo for a larger image.

Temporary home of Glenville High School in 1956 & 1957, while new school was being built.  Located at Gilmer County Recreation Center, known as the "Poor Farm."  Click on the photo for a larger image



1958-59 Staff at the new Glenville High School






Your 2015/2016 Alumni Association Officers









President - Steve Koreski '66        Click to Email Steve


















Vice President - Mary Lee Wiant McPherson '56

















Secretary/Treasurer - John Gainer '68     Click to Email John 










GHSAA 2014 Financial Statement



GHSAA 2013 Financial Statement



GHSAA 2012 Financial Statement



GHSAA 2011 Financial Statement



GHSAA 2010 Financial Statement

GHSAA 2009 Financial Statement


GHSAA 2008 Financial Statement


GHSAA 2007 Financial Statement


GHSAA 2006 Financial Statement





Reflections On Glenville, a poem by Williamson Samuel Blizzard




VJ Day August,1945 Honolulu





Your Alumni Association Helping Young Students


Did you know that in the past 14 years your Alumni Scholarship Fund has helped Gilmer County's high school graduates with financial assistance to attend college with in excess of $250,000 in scholarship awards!!?  This has enabled some students to attend college who could not have done so without your assistance.  If you contribute to the scholarship fund, we thank you, if you haven't yet, please do so, it is money well spent and will help a deserving young person to attend college.   




2012 - 2001 Scholarship Fund Report



Donations in honor of the following persons have recently been made to the GHS Alumni Association Scholarship Funds

Howard B. Frymier                              George Summers                                    Jerry Martz

Mr. & Mrs. O. O. Hardman                 Everett B. Ellison                                   Frank and Della Paugh Gainer

Eileen & Woodrow Wolfe                     Tom Reaser

Click here for a Scholarship Fund donation form




View Copies of GHS Satellite Newspaper






  Old GHS Photos - Click on thumbnail for larger image

The below photos were supplied by Leona Satterfield Beall, GHS Class of 1949





GHS Alumnus/Alumna of past years


1960 Photo of GHS Satellite Staff visiting Charleston's TV-8


Just A Common Soldier, a poem - Click Here


Look Closer, See Me - Author Unknown


Old GHS Sport Photos - Submitted by Larry "Jake" Wolfe - Class of 1959

No Left Turns - Submitted by Richard Riddle '49


More Photos of Past Reunions

GHS Senior Class Photos, 1930-1968 and a graduate list


Old GHS Sports Team Photos

Early GHS Sports Banquet Picture

Photo Memories & GHS Alumni Member's Articles

6th & 8th Grade Photos of GHS Class of 1956

Secondary Education in Gilmer County

Click here for a brief history of Gilmer County



To register with the Reunion Committee and to be notified of GHS happenings and Reunion information, please Click Here and send your name, address, email address and other contact information to us! 

 Links of Interest

Gilmer County High School Titans

Goldenseal Magazine

Glenville State College

Marshall University

West Virginia University

Hur Herald Online Newspaper

 Speakeasy Speed Test

The Virtual Wall, Vietnam War Memorial

This web page is designed and maintained by John D. Gainer, Class of 1968, contact him at