School History

Some articles on school history, school:

Lane Tech High School - School History - Admission of Female Students
... In 1971, changes were made to the admission policy due to a drop in enrollment and lack of technical schools for girls ... To solve the issue, Superintendent James Redmond recommended that girls be admitted to Lane Tech ...
Liberty High School (Bakersfield, California) - Athletics - Liberty Basketball
... team in the Central Section behind Clovis East High School ... Basketball team won their first valley championship in school history ... the supporting cast the Liberty boy's made school history, defeating the No ...
St. Joseph's Catholic College, Bradford - School History
... It was a direct grant grammar school until 1977 when it became a Voluntary Aided 13–19 Girls’ School under the trusteeship of the Diocese of Leeds ... due to Bradford Catholic re-organisation the College became an 11–19 Catholic Girls' School ...
Liam Ezekiel - College Career
... Criminal Justice and was a member of the school's football team ... He was named Third-team All-Atlantic 10, the first player in school history to ever earn All-Conference honors as a freshman ... the season second on the teams with 82 tackles, setting a school freshman record ...
Long Beach State 49ers Baseball - History - 2002-10: Validation, The Weathers Era
... baseball reputation, the limited budget afforded to the state-funded school often forced the Dirtbags staff to focus on recruiting and developing prospects that were overlooked. 2004 junior season became the most decorated for a single player in school history, netting him his second consecutive first team All-America selection while also winning (among other honors ... compete for a Division 1 program) received no scholarship offers at all out of high school ...

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