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Since 1868, Florida's oldest continually operating high school has been destroyed, rebuilt, moved, and refocused, existing under several names—Old Stanton High School, New Stanton High School, Stanton Vocational High School, and now Stanton College Preparatory School. Campus History Series: Stanton gives a pictorial history of the buildings, faculty, student life, and traditions that have left an indelible mark on African American life in Jacksonville through the years, reflecting also its evolution into a nationally recognized diverse student body of the highest academic caliber. Stanton's story, accomplishments, and pride are showcased through photographs obtained from a variety of school records and from generous contributions by alumni, previous staff and faculty, and their families.
ISBN: 9780738568102
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
State: Florida
Series: Campus History
Images: 202
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
This work is the culmination of efforts by Grace Brown Galvin, a 1962 graduate of New Stanton High School, a current staff member, and founder and chairperson of the Stanton Cultural Heritage Committee. Her coauthors are her husband, Ronald E. Galvin, also a 1962 graduate of New Stanton, and her daughter, Tiffany Galvin Green, Ph.D.
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