Notice the giant circular shapes it was built in? Guess why it was called Circle High School?
Our colors were blue and gold and we were the "Thunderbirds".
I should of taken a picture of the other side. This is actually the updated football stands they built the summer before my Sophomore year. We spent many Friday nights here.
Anyone feel like you're in "Dazed and Confused" yet?
I took this picture through the window of the front entrance. This is what you see when you first walk in the front doors. My favorite senior picture is in front of this and I am wearing my "FLY Girls" t-shirt. The "FLY Girls" was a long running tradition that the senior girls would pass on to the junior girls year after year. The senior group of girls would make t-shirts that said FLY Girls, usually tye-dyed. I actually think that it stands for "Football Ladies Yelling". Embarrassment, but we would wear them to all the football games. I will dig up the picture one of these days!
Down this wonderful dirt road with the wheat field to the side of it was...
The "concrete pond" we called the Towanda City Pool where yours truly was a life guard for 3 summers in a row.
This is one of 2 stop signs in the town. Sweet farm huh?