The old Maysville school building where U. S. Grant attended
First District School, Maysville, 1917
|First Ward School||Third District School|
|A list of the teachers and board members
of the first ward school are here.
|Fifth Ward School, a.k.a. The Forest Avenue School
right, c. 1928, from a Facebook post by Michael Purdon
|A list of the teachers and board members of the Fifth Ward school are here.|
Maysville High School
|First Ward School||Fifth Ward School||Colored High School||Maysville High School|
|These four pictures are all from the Maysville Public Ledger of April 9, 1910, as are the stories below of the school board and the superintendent of the time:|
|Part1||Part 2||Part 3|
|Read about Miss Jessie O. Yancey, Superintendent of Mason County School, here.|
“It's a Maysville High bus, an REO Speedwagon, which my great-grandfather, C. L. Mains (standing behind the hood) sold while in business with Mr. Gaither.” - Charles Mains
from a facebook post by Kirby Wright
|Cornerstone Laying for
New School, May 14, 1908
|Children forming for line of march to laying of corner stone new High School Building, May 14th,1908.
Published by the Sallie S. Wood Drug Store, 2nd and Market Sts., Maysville
|Read lots more about the cornerstone laying event, here.|
Maysville Colored High School, c. 1910
Seven graduate from Maysville's Colored High School in 1890. Story here.
These are from the Mason County School Fair of 1914
|Miss Cartmell's Preparatory School, 1910, here.||Miss Johnson's Commercial School, 1910, here.||Miss Gordon's Training School, 1910, here.|
The Class of 1913. from the left, the basketball team, class picture, and senior Lisle Threlkeld runs track.
Members of the class of 1913 are listed here.