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MURRAY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
(Placed on the National Register of Historic Places June 21, 2004)


SCHOOL YEAR 1951-52

Students in the graduating class of 1951 were the last to graduate after completing 11th grade.

After that all MCHS students would be required to complete 12th grade to qualify for graduation.

MCHS had no graduates in the Spring of 1952!

Consequently, students who were seniors in in school year 1951-1952 were also seniors in school year 1952-1953.

Anyone with suitable materials about school year 1951-52 is encouraged to submit it to be added to the museum's collection.

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