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Golden High School (Golden Senior)

Golden High School (Golden Senior)

Jacques M.
Golden High School was created in 1873, when the new consolidated school building of Golden was opened. It was named after the city of Golden, Colorado. GHS was the first senior high school opened in Jefferson County, Colorado, and was among the earliest high schools in the state.Golden High School has been housed in four buildings. The South School was a two-story brick structure with stone trim located at 1314 Cheyenne Street, a beautiful Second Empire styled building designed by Golden architect James B. Baker. Over time several lower class levels were phased out and the building expanded. A 1987 expansion linked together most of these buildings, while giving the school a pronounced glass arched atrium entrance. In 2006 construction began on a new home for Golden High School, which was completed in 2008. Like each of its predecessors it is also a brick edifice, formed in a U-shape surrounding a central courtyard, perched on the hillside which has been the GHS home for over half a century. -From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia #Big #Colorado #Freshman #GHS #Golden #High #Jr #Large #Modern #School #Senior #Sophmore #USA
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