9/9/2013 50th Reunion Growing Each Day
The big 50th is going to be a huge success. People from all over the US are coming, and many are first timers. The list you can see on line is just a partial list of those coming. Thank you
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After high school I lived in Chino until 1981. I then moved to Placerville, CA until 1998. After much contemplation I decided to make a change and moved to Colorado and changed my last name to my maiden name. I have since lived in Parker, Colorado since 1998. I have four daughters, 7 grand children and 3 great grandchildren. Yes, we have been busy. My hobbies are traveling, quilting, reading, gardening when I can. My first daughter Kathy is an alumni from Chino High School and also all my siblings and cousins. I have fond memories of walking from Chno High School and buying an ice cream cone for a dime on my way home. I am looking forward to seeing everyone and by the way, I am bringing Santa Claus with me!
Chino High School is one of the oldest schools in all of Southern California. Its history goes back to 1897 when Chino School District and Chino High School were founded. The first class graduated in 1900 from a building long ago demolished, and supplanted by the current Community Building.
In the year 1862, the manager of the Chino Ranch, Joe Bridger, asked for a census to establish a need for the construction of a public school.
The current campus of Chino High dates from 1951, where ten class buildings were constructed at the corner of Tenth Street and Park Place.
Chino High School, in those days, consisted of a junior and senior high combination, and was referred, to as Chino Junior and Senior High. Students attending Chino High, depending upon the classes they attended, had to commute (on foot) between the Riverside campus (presently District Office) and Park Place (current location).
Slowly, but surely, additions were made to the current campus, such as the boys shower and locker building in 1951, with the girls staying at the Riverside campus for the time being. Shortly thereafter, the bleachers and the stadium were constructed and with it the girls shower and locker building. Our gym was not built until 1963.
Chino High was constructed on 55 acres of land with the idea of constructing a junior college on its grounds. In those days, Chino was not included in a junior college district as it is now (Chaffey Community College District).
Information furnished by Mr. G.F. Litel, former Superintendent, Principal, Vice Principal and teacher at Chino High School.
Dear Chino High school
Fairest of all
Our Alma Mater dear,
We pledge to thee our Cowboys who
Have won your fame for years..
Hail to our Alma Mater dear,
Hail all, all hail to thee
We sing to thee, dear Chino High,
Hail all, All Hail to Thee
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