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Peabody Magnet High School Principals

Since 1897, Peabody has been served by eight principals:

  • J.B. Lafargue, 1895–1937
  • D.F. Iles, 1937–1972
  • Samuel McKay, 1972–1981
  • Dr. James Cleveland, 1981–1987
  • Clayton P. Williams, 1987–1991
  • Dennis Frazier, 1991–1998
  • Peggie L. Davis, 1999–2001
  • Lee A. Dotson, 2001–Present

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