This is Glassboro's first High School. The structure was built in 1913 and it was located on the corner of High Street and Popular Street at the approximate map coordinates 39.703382, -75.113272. The structure served as the high school from 1913 to 1946 when a new high school was built on Delsea Drive.

In 1946 the building was sold to St. Bridget's Church and used as Glassboro's first parochial school. In 1971 a new St. Bridget's School was constructed and the old school was demolished making way for a playground.

In the mid-2000s the area was cleared for new development.

Please see the following links for more information on Glassboro High School.

Additional Glassboro High School Images:
Glassboro High School (History)
Glassboro High School
Glassboro High School Flag

Original High School Building: 
High School

Class of 1946:
Glassboro High School Class of 1946 Senior Trip
Glassboro High School Class of 1946’s 25 Year Reunion
Glassboro High School Class of 1946 50 Year Reunion

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