What Do You Remember?
Everyone has favorite memories from their time at Central! Click below to view alumni memories from each decade.
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Elizabeth K. Reams Kimberly CHS 1928
Eating a hurried lunch so we could "walk the halls," separate staircases for boys and girls, wonderful formal Christmas dances at the Fontenelle Hotel given by the social clubs (they were legal then!).
C. Lowell Harriss CHS 1930
My math teacher, Mrs. Burns, encouraging me to to go Harvard where I graduated summa cum laude in 1934.
George A. Fowler CHS 1948
The wrestling team. The impressive style and structure of the school. The teachers who, upon reflection, were superior. A whole field of attractive, charming girls.
Paul C. Moessner CHS 1958
Loved our 50th reunion last year (2008). The guys were distingushed and the women were beautiful! Even with some ruts and bumps, the road of life has been good to the Class of '58! My choicest memories of being a CHS Eagle are related to the friends I made while participating as a member of the orchestra, as an ROTC cadet, as a member of the Outdoorsman Club and other activities. CHS was also where I met my future wife, Diane Ferguson, CHS 1959, who so strongly supported my 30-year Navy career and with whom I raised four terrific children. The high standards of academic performance and personal ethics learned from great CHS teachers and staff continue to make my life successful.
Lisa C. Lewis Shapiro CHS 1966
Working on the CHS Register, Miss Luhr and the Art room.
Connie L. Lemke Kain CHS 1974
I remember all of my teachers fondly, but the one that stood out the most was John Keenan my English teacher. He always had a story to share and, of course, who could not forget the themes. I remember so many things I learned at Central.
Mary (Katie) K. Pieper Monen CHS 1982
Playing on the girls' basketball team, coached by Paul Semrad.
Shawn M. Corbett CHS 1997
Ms. Storm special ED "only cursing in my class he, she, it" and walking the halls with about ten seconds to get to the next class.
Antonio (Tony) M. Lopez CHS 2006
Oh the many fire alarms... and oh the ninja raids... Central was truly a place for all its students to successfully take that next step in their lives towards adulthood. I know that not only myself, but many people were able to branch out and advance themselves as both students, and actual people as well. Here's to us, '06, and all the other Eagles who have ever existed!
Zenaida Anthony CHS 2010
My memory is all of the Class of 2010 being together for the last time on May 12, 2010. It was the most emotional day besides graduation night but we had a BALL!!