GLENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
"Home of the Red Terrors"
Heart of Wild, Wonderful West Virgini
Banquet......Saturday, June 28th at 6 p.m. at the GSC Mollohan Center.
Reservation form below. SEE YOU THERE!
Dinner Reservation Form
Scholarship Fund Donation Form
We'll also have our
alumni reception at the Senior Citizen's Center from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday
evening June 27th.
Food and drinks will be
provided, if possible please bring a covered dish to share.
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 new Goodwin Hall dormitory and the new 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
Glenville High School, 1958 to 1968, grades 1 thru
12. It is now home to Gilmer County High
building has been recently renovated with a new addition.
Here to see renovated Gilmer County High School.
on the photo for a larger image.
Temporary home of Glenville High School in 1956 & 1957,
school was being built. Located at Gilmer County
known as the "Poor Farm."
Click on the photo for a
Old GHS Steps
from Margaret Miller Goodwin
Goodwin, Class of 1948, has advised
that Glenville State College intends to repair the old GHS steps and
add a handrail for use by students. Some have suggested erecting
some type of a plaque, flag pole, or other monument in remembrance
of the old Glenville High School. Dick Barrett, class of 1950, originally brought it
up at our reunion banquet a couple of years ago and made an
impassioned plea that the steps be preserved. Recently Tom Ratliff,
from GSC, contacted Margaret and stated that it was GSC's intention
to repair the steps, including railings, install some lighting and
connect them with the sidewalk that comes down the hill in front of
Goodwin Hall. The college has agreed to pay for the repair and
upgrade, but the GHSAA would be responsible for whatever we decide
to erect in memory of Glenville High School. Margaret Ann
reminisced that her father worked for the Works Progress
Administration (WPA) and helped build those
steps. GSC President Pete Barr and his wife Betsy have told
Margaret they will personally donate to this project. We are open
to suggestions about what would be an appropriate memorial. Please
forward any suggestions you might have to Richard "Dick" Riddle, 324
E. 7th St., Weston, WV 26452 or Margaret Ann Goodwin, P.O. Box 40,
Montezuma, OH 45866. Please do so as soon as possible as we would
like to make a decision and get the project underway.
GHSAA SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
Your Alumni Association Helping Young
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
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. Unfortunately, our funds are at a critically low level, please
sending your tax deductible contribution to:
here for a Scholarship Fund donation form
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
*Robert "Ted" Hauman
Louise Cain Clark Waitman & Glendon Brown
Lloyd "Casey" Jones
Murphy George Summers
Frank & Della Paugh Gainer
Adren and Freeda Jones
Ruth and Nicholas Murin
Otis and Aulda Hardman
Jesse E. Bell, Jr.
Woodrow & Eileen Wolfe
Click here to donate to the GHSAA Scholarship Funds
Promotional Film of Charleston, WV
GHS Sport Photos - Submitted by Larry "Jake" Wolfe - Class of 1959
Virtual Wall, Vietnam War Memorial
Left Turns - Submitted by Richard Riddle
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!
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