Mendon-Union High School
|Mendon-Union High School|
|S. Green St. at Jefferson St.
Mendon, Ohio, (Mercer County) 45862
|Type||Public, Coeducational high school|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Athletics conference||Midwest Athletic Conference|
Mendon-Union High School was a public school in Mercer County, Ohio that mainly served an area that included the village of Mendon and Union Township. The school and the district were closed following the 1991-92 school year in a budgetary move and they were merged with the neighboring Parkway School District for 1992-93. Parts of the district were also merged into St. Marys City Schools and Spencerville Local Schools.
The Mendon-Union Pirates wore blue and gold while competing in the Midwest Athletic Conference.
The Mendon-Union K-12 building was demolished in 2006 to help the Parkway School District focus on building a K-12 building on one campus.
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- "Demolition of Parkway High School 2006". Parkwayindependent.com. Retrieved 2014-03-28.
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