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NEW!! Yearbook photos from 1967

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Thanks to Karen Rogers and her staff at the Holiday Inn Convention Center for a wonderful weekend!

This page was originally designed for the Class of 1976, but has been expanded to promote other class reunions for San Angelo and Tom Green County (Texas) schools.

You can access information about reunions (and their respective web pages) from this site.

WE WANT YOUR REUNION PICS!!!! Post your reunion pictures for free on our site. Just email us for details


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The Bobcat is the mascot at Central High School. This statue is located in the center of the campus near the Cafeteria and Office buildings. In our day, the Key Club had the responsibility for the care of the live bobcat that attended athletic events, and pep rallies.
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This is the Sarah Bernhardt Theatre, one of the most unique structures to be found on any high school campus. The theatre will hold well over 2,000, and has been home to award-winning plays and musicals, plus concerts from the Band, Orchestra and Chorale. The building's unique feature is the multi-colored roof, which makes it very visible from the air. The Central Campus was built in the late 1950's, and is still a vibrant, modern facility.
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