Since The Examiner began its series celebrating the history of St. Mary’s High School in the Eastern Jackson County, readers have been sending in their memories of the high school.
Some were short and others were long, but thing remained the same, how much of an impact the Catholic high school had on their lives and who they ultimately became. Below are some of those memories that were shared.
Sharon Cole, the activities director at the Blue Springs Freshman Center, was serving as the public address announcer at last Saturday’s Class 3 and 4 sectional track and field meet at Blue Springs High School.
Annie Stark has been attending a private, Catholic school since she has been in kindergarten.
Now a sophomore, the last two years have been spent at St. Mary’s High School. An almost 160-year-old tradition in Eastern Jackson County, St. Mary’s High School closed its doors Thursday, leaving students and faculty to figure out what comes next.
Watch for these stories in print in The Examiner.
ST. MARY’S SALUTE As the final bell nears for St. Mary’s High School, The Examiner will look at highlights of the school’s past, present and future.
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The Blue Springs South High School baseball team followed one of its finest moments with one of its most disappointing.
Long before many of their senior teammates arrived Thursday morning at Blue Springs High School, distance standouts Stephen Mugeche, James Barnett, Simon Belete and state alternate Dominic Piccinini were jogging around the Peve Stadium track under the watchful eye of assistant track and head cross country coach Frank Gallick.
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