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Carroll High School (Yekepa)
... Carroll High School was founded in 1969, by the Congregation of Christian Brothers, a Catholic religious order founded by Edmund Ignatius Rice, as a secondary ... The school was also intended to serve as a minor seminary, which would attract Liberians to the Catholic priesthood ... The location of the school, Grassfield, was selected after a meeting involving Archbishop Francis Carroll, the Brother Superior of the Christian Brothers and the management of the Liberian American and Swedish ...
Carroll Senior High School (Southlake, Texas) - History
... Carroll ISD operates one high school however, it has a "split campus" (two separate buildings and administration, but one school) of Carroll Senior High ... Carroll ISD graduated its first senior class in 1965 in the original Carroll School off of Carroll Avenue ... Carroll Middle/High School, off of Dove Road, served district middle school and high school students from 1970 to 1981 until Carroll Middle School got its own building the original Carroll School ...
Carroll High School (Ozark, Alabama)
... Carroll High School is located in Ozark, Alabama and is part of the Ozark City School System ... It is in the 5A class of Alabama schools ... offense for Bear Bryant's University of Alabama football were from Carroll High School ...
Carroll High School - Liberia
... Carroll High School (Yekepa), Yekepa, Nimba County. ...
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