What Do You Remember?
Everyone has favorite memories from their time at Central! Click below to view alumni memories from each decade.
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Carrie M. Winter CHS 1928
Sara Vore Taylor and her Style Book and insistence on excellence in writing and speech.
Katherine Kirby Smith CHS 1935
I sang in the ACappella Choir under Carol Marhoff Pitts. We were the best High School choir in the midwest and traveled to Chicago and Minneapolis.
Virginia L. Hanisch Purdham CHS 1944
We had wonderful school dances at the Chermont Ball Room. The operettas and Road Shows. Truly wonderful and unforgettable teachers such as Bernice Engel, Marian Treat and Geneive Clark.
Richard (Dick) A. Glasford CHS 1952
The angora sweaters the girls wore!
Pamela S. Buffett Bartling CHS 1960
My most wonderful memory and long-lasting gift was the great social interaction that took place among the extraordinary people with whom my twin brother, Peter Bartling, and I attended CHS with - the life lessons of Central will be with me for a lifetime.
Mayrene (Mimi) E. Bentley CHS 1971
Enjoyed taking "Honors" classes and physics class with Mr. Holff.
Thomas (Tom) F. Backer CHS 1983
A Cappella Choir, CHS Singers, Road Show, Purple Feather Day, AP classes, English Department, Miss Virginia Lee Pratt.
Kevin E. McDonald CHS 1999
The late great Coach Blazevich in the old gym during winter baseball workouts. The two varsity baseball coaches for the 98 and 99 seasons. The #20 on all of the baseball players hats. The parties. The poop in the pool. Losing in the first round of districts in extra innings. Spanky the baseball buried in Hastings. Mrs. Krejci's history class. The prime team. The senior wills (best ever). Baseball initiations...etc etc
Bryan J. Fink CHS 2001
CHS, Singers, Man Chorus :), A Cappella, football games, and the overall experience.
Xiomara Avalos CHS 2012
CHS has left me with so many memories but my favorite would be listening to Dr. Bigsby ("Dr. B") in the morning announcements. My morning will just never be complete anymore.