Pontiac Central High School

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Pontiac Central High School
Location
300 W. Huron St. Pontiac, Michigan[1]
Information
Type Public school, Co-educational
Established 1894 (named Pontiac Central in 1958)
Closed 2009
Grades 912
Color(s) Orange and Black         
Nickname Chiefs

Pontiac Central High School was one of two public high schools in Pontiac, Michigan, United States. It had been an accredited high school from 1849 until its closing in 2009. By December 2008 administrators had plans to consolidate it with Pontiac Northern High School to form Pontiac High School.[2]

Until 1958, the school was known as Pontiac High School; it took on its final name upon the opening of Pontiac Northern High School, where the current Pontiac High School stands. The final incarnation of Pontiac Central, a precast concrete building, was built in 1972, replacing a brick building built in 1913.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.trulia.com/schools/MI-Pontiac/Pontiac_High_School/
  2. ^ DIANA DILLABER MURRAYOf The Oakland Press (December 17, 2008). "Pontiac Central to close?". The Oakland Press. Retrieved August 17, 2012.  (Archive)

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