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The “New” (1922) School

As the attendance at Spartansburg school increased and the building aged, the community members realized that a new home for education was needed.  So, the School Board and community leaders began to explore making it a reality.

The school names have been revised over the years, being Spartansburg Vocational School until 1953 when it became Spartansburg Consolidated School/ Sparta Merged.


This picture is from the 1937 Spartan Yearbook-the first yearbook for Spartansburg School

Advertisements for bids to erect the new structure went out in April, 1922.

From the Titusville Herald seeking bids for construction April 15, 1922

From the Titusville Herald seeking bids for construction April 15, 1922













A separate gymnasium and home-economics building were available on the same campus as the school.  The members of the school board and local leaders continually provided for the needs of the Spartansburg students.



In 1941, a proposal for a gymnasium was presented for the school.














Spartansburg Merged (Consolidated) School was featured in a 1960 series of articles run by the Meadville Tribune.  These articles presented the top 9 schools in Crawford County in association with the Pennsylvania State Education Association.

1960 Featured School Article (Meadville Tribune)



















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