Burlington Central High School celebrating major milestone with four-day event
Burlington Central High School is turning 100 years old and it’s throwing a celebration.
The local high school is recognizing the major milestone with a four-day event, from Thursday (June 1) through to Sunday (June 4).
The school, located on 638 Brant St., is inviting former students, staff and others who have been a part of the Burlington Central community to its 100 anniversary party.
“We are committed to organizing a safe, inclusive, community-oriented celebration to honour Central’s key role in the education of so many Burlingtonian’s over the last ten decades,” says Terry Ruf, former principal and co-chair of the Burlington Central 100th Anniversary Reunion Steering Committee.
Visitors will have a wide variety of opportunities to visit the school and reconnect with old high school friends and teachers over the four day event.
There are a series of events planned over the course of the three days to help the community celebrate the century of learning at Burlington Central, as well as its theatrical and athletic/sporting history, and much more.
“The Steering Committee for Burlington Central’s 100 Anniversary Reunion is excited to welcome the thousands of Burlington Central alumni and current and former staff members who will return to the school in June,” says Todd Ford, co-chair of the 100 Anniversary Reunion Steering Committee.
Registration is required.
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