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Venice Hi-Times
In the late '50s, a new publication was distributed at Venice High School - the Hi-Times. It was published every other week and had about 8 pages for each issue.

Click on The photo above to view an issue of the Hi-Times.
What's Up?
During at least the '50s and through the 60s, you had to read the What's Up! every day, if only to find out what was being served in the cafeteria. It was published daily and contained notices, reminders, who needed an admit slip from the principal's office in addition to the cafeteria menu.

Click on The photo above to view a few issues of the What's Up?.
The Price of Photos
The graduating class of 1960 had many things to accomplish before the big ceremony. Near the top of list was getting their Senior photos taken. To view the price list for Senior photos in 1960, click HERE.

Venice High School Student Body - 1921
The following two photos were taken Feb. 2, 1921, of the student body of Venice High School. The first is of the girls and the second is of the boys. The photographer misspelled the school name at the bottom "VENIS."


Foley Family Collection

The girls of Venice High School, February, 1921. The only known name is Maude Fitzgerald, Class of '24, who is second from the left in the front row. If you know any of the other girls, please contact us. If you put your cursor anywhere on the photo, numbers appear by each person for reference purposes. To view a larger image, click on the photo. Send information to venicehistorycom@sbcglobal.net

Foley Family Collection

In the front row, from left, are Fred Durer Sr., Larue Baxter, Austin Lewis, unknown, Gus Rhemus, Joe Maher, Bill Winters, Bill Harmon and Lambert Fechte. In the second row, from left, are Unknown, unknown, Frank Foley, Mr. McCombis, superintendent, Yotty Harmon, unknown, Thad Baxter, Leo Maher and Fred Foley. In the back row, from left, are Unknown, Gussie Cox, unknown, unknown, Charlie Wells, Richard Kraft, Thomas Foley and an unknown boy. (These names were provided by Ed Foley Sr. before he passed away.) If you know any of the missing names, please contact us. If you put your cursor anywhere on the photo, numbers appear by each unknown person for reference purposes. To view a larger image, click on the photo. Send information to venicehistorycom@sbcglobal.net



Venice High School - 1964


Venice High School - 1924. The high school was opened in 1917.


Decorated for opening of the McKinley Bridge in 1910.


The combine High School and Grade School circa 1915. The original building at the rear was built in 1868 and the front section was added 1n 1890 when more classrooms were needed.



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