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Statesboro High Memory Wall Dedication
Audience: Homepage
Posted by: Hayley Greene.
Location: Statesboro High School Lobby Contact: 212-8860
Start Time: 6:15 PM End Time: 7:00 PM

Statesboro High School has created a Memory Wall that tells the schools history through artifacts along a section of hallway on the south wall of the Fine Arts Auditorium inside the SHS Lobby.  The exhibit will be dedicated Friday, November 9, 6:15 p.m.

The school has obtained the following: the original school bell that was rung to call students to class in the original 1901 building; Commencement artifacts from SHS's first graduation ceremony; Letter Jackets from Championship years; builidng plans for the 1964 building; Newspaper articles highlighting the state championships; and a letterman sweater from 1944.

The most unusual artifact is a jacket that was donated.  It has a large devil embroidered on the back from 1936. The oldest artifact is the bell from the 1901 building. The artifacts came from SHS's archives and alumni. Currently there are 17 items on display.  

If you have items that you would like to donate or place on long-term loan for the exhibit, contact Amy Altman at 212-8860 or