eubank high school
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corena brock


#1 Mar 27, 2006
i would like too know if any one has the history of the old eubank high school.and also pictures.thanks

Russell Springs, KY

#3 Apr 22, 2006
April 22 is Earth Day, Hot Dog Day, and Jelly Bean Day. Have a good day!:o)
Jean Hodge


#4 Dec 20, 2006
Shirley Durbin


#5 Feb 13, 2007
The Eubank High School was built by the WPA, the history was published in the Kentucky Explorer not too long ago. J.B.Albright was the principle for years,after he retired Harold Carter became principle. I closed sometime after my youngest brother graduated in 1972.
The old industrial arts building(no Longer standing) was a two story structure that stood across the the street from the high scholl. This housed the first and second grades on the first floor and fifth and sixth on the second floor until the new elementary was built on highway 70. I was in the second grade at the time,my sister was in the fourth.
Mark Rogers


#6 Jun 28, 2007
Hello Everyone!
I am a history major in college, and I happen to pass by the old Eubank High School in Eubank, Kentucky. On the front of the building is says 1929. I have a huge respect for old buildings and this history that has taken place in them. If you have any old pictures and information about the school, please e-mail me at [email protected]
Any pictures or information that you have will be much appreciated! Thank you!
Mark Rogers
Richmond, Kentucky

“Where did it run off too?”

Since: Aug 07


#7 Aug 30, 2007
Hello, just want to say hello to you all, I now have the old homeplace, and as I write this it is sad because mom and dad is gone.

Strange how life goes, I was one of the last to graduate from this old Eubank High school before it consolidated.

I wasn't raised here, just moved here when we were still young and dumb, LOL.

Never thought then that 27 would be any more then a two lane highway with no road signs, coming from a big city it was strange.

Have to say some of them were good old days, maybe some were not so good, still sometimes I wish we could go back, we can't.

So I guess now we say good luck to PC High and may good changes keep happening in the future.

Your Senior class poet 1979, still writing, but never paid well yet, LOL

Oh well, maybe one day, I'll hit it lucky like JK Rowling, LOL LOL LOL

Or maybe one day that song I'm gonna be somebody which has always been one of my favorites will mean more then just a song to me?

I often wonder what the rest of you all have been up to or into? Change it is the only thing that is sure to happen.

East Bernstadt, KY

#10 Dec 20, 2007
reuben davis wrote:
i want to find arthor fritts in eubank ky or kristi whitaker long time ago since i saw you
Kristi was in trouble for burning sandiges store but Her parents still live off 70 on whitaker rd. Maybe they can tell you how to get in touch with her.
Eubank resident

London, KY

#11 Jan 4, 2008
I went to 7th and 8th grade in the Eubank High school building. My class was the last class to attend 8th grade in the building the last graduating class to attend there was in 1979. My sister was in the last class to attend there after that year they sent the upper class men to Pulaski High school. That left the school being a junior high school. Paul Morris principal of Eubank elementary and junior high school. They closed the cafeteria at the Junior high and had to bus us to the elementary school for lunch. In 1984 they had there last 9th grade class at the junior high. They had decided ahead of time to give the students the choice to either stay at the junior high or to go on in 9th grade to PCHS. The class left at the junior high was very small. In 1985 they closed the junior high and sent everyone to PCHS 9th-12th and then sent the rest to the elementary school. In 1986 they opened the junior high northern. There sure was alot of good times at Eubank junior high. Fond memories
Eubank resident

London, KY

#12 Jan 4, 2008
I have a wonderful picture of the front of the Eubank high school. My grandfather among other men are posing in front of the building.

London, KY

#13 Jan 7, 2008
I also was in the last class to attend Eubank Jr high in 1986 I think was the year. It brings back such wonderful memories. Do you remember bdfore class started every morning the walking up the front concrete way??? LOL
Also sneaking to go to the store for atomic red hots.
Eubank resident

London, KY

#14 Jan 8, 2008
Yes I remember walking to school each morning. Stopping at Sandidge store. I had alot of wonderful days at the junior high school. Now I live just minutes from there and hear that a man from off from here has purchased the buildings and is planning on living there. I got another funny thing that pops up in mind do you remember the stairs squeeking as you went up them. LOL did you go to pulaski high to. I graduated in 1989.
Grim Reaper

Brownsville, TN

#15 Jan 13, 2008
Coal fired steam heat. Heaters would hiss and pop. All the Maple trees have about died, several out buildings are gone (Ag Shop). There was a cistern located behind the main building for the water supply to run the building and furnace in the winter. J B Albright, Harold Carter, Harold Belcher, Gordon Warren, Mary Silvers, M L Bodie, Mr. Bob (Adams), Alie Adams, Gene Lawless, Pat McGowan, Jan Reesor, Melinda Hutchison, John Wallace, Hans Mullins, those were the day.

Hazard, KY

#16 Jan 13, 2008
Oh yes I remember very well. I also remember the bats that hung up right outside the entrance door. I graduated in 1991. I hardly ever see any of my classmates though. I know a few have passed, but I really wonder where everyone has ended up. Funny thing though my little boy has a teacher this year that I had at Eubank JR high Mr. Bumgardener. I always look back with such fond memories. do you remember Mr. Carter, Mr Morris, Mrs Haste, Mrs Dugger, Mr, Tackett. I think ie would be great to have a day were alumni could revisit the school and see old friends.
Grim Reaper

Brownsville, TN

#17 Jan 14, 2008
Lot of history in that little town. When I was in school the hot place to be was Ward's or the ball field just east of the Elementary. I spent many a night at those places. To drag race, Oran's was the place in my day. They would race from Orans to the 1247 intersection then race back to Orans. Hendersons Cuda, Harpers Chevelle, McKinneys 57 Cheve/442/Chevelle/Vette, Todds GTO, Hastes Z28, McClure's 55, New, Smallwood, Barrons, the brothers from Bandy and many more would gather.
This gathering would usually result in Johnny Dungan, John Henry Johnson, Sam Catron, Paul Dotson, Ray Brittin, and others showing up to crown the
Eubank resident

London, KY

#18 Jan 22, 2008
Eubank is not the same little town it used to be. Knowing everyone around. Running around without a care in the world. Hanging out with buddies. All kids want to do anymore is tear things up at the park. And with all the new people in town it is not the same. I miss the old times when you didn't have to worry who lived next door to you. You already knew.
Eubank resident

London, KY

#19 Jan 22, 2008
What about the bath rooms that you had to step out side to go in. I enjoyed school there. I graduated in 1989. I hardly ever see anyone that I went to school with and I live in Eubank. I would love to get a chance to see some of the people that I haven't seen in forever. When I was 19 I moved to Cincinnati and moved back 6 years ago. I lost contact with almost everyone.

Newburgh, IN

#20 Mar 17, 2008
dont forget Mack
gooch might be before your time,I graduated in 1966 gosh
Grim Reaper wrote:
Coal fired steam heat. Heaters would hiss and pop. All the Maple trees have about died, several out buildings are gone (Ag Shop). There was a cistern located behind the main building for the water supply to run the building and furnace in the winter. J B Albright, Harold Carter, Harold Belcher, Gordon Warren, Mary Silvers, M L Bodie, Mr. Bob (Adams), Alie Adams, Gene Lawless, Pat McGowan, Jan Reesor, Melinda Hutchison, John Wallace, Hans Mullins, those were the day.

Newburgh, IN

#21 Mar 17, 2008
graduated in 1966 from Eubank remembers all those people . often wonder where they are now.. They were great people . had all I think in classes.. yes like to have a reunion of all classes of Eubank tks
Grim Reaper

Somerset, KY

#23 Mar 26, 2008
I graduated in 68 and went on to EKU that summer. I do remember Mack as he lived behind the school. Richard Whitter took his place in the early 60's and was there for years as custodian. JB and Harold Carter were the Principals when I attended. Lewis Estes was the Ag. teacher along with Mr. Bill White my senior year. Had Pat McGowan for typing and, I still have to hunt and M.L. Bodie was really smart, and I never realized how smart he was until I went to EKU.

Newburgh, IN

#24 Mar 28, 2008
We had our 40th reunion in 2006 at the park in Eubank. Sure remember JB. Mack was my grandfather. Had miss Silvers english. they say she is still alive yes mr. Bodie was cool.. liked mr. warren a lot.. had him for geography and accounting. mr and mrs adams i wonder if they still alive.I miss sandiges ice cream cones. graduated with janie sandige miss alot . didnt go but semester at berea college then went into the service for 4 yrs. this is neat.. tks.

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