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Booker T. Washington Junior High School
May 2004 photo courtesy of Marie Constantini Larner
7th Street & Central Ave.
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|School History:||This school was dedicated to
serve Chester's African-American community in January 1924. The principal speaker at
the dedication was Chester Mayor Samuel E. Turner.
Additions were made to the building in 1944 and 1954.
On June 14, 2000 the Chester-Upland Board of Control voted to close Booker T. Washington school at the end of the present school year.
The school is scheduled for demolition by the Chester Housing Authority soon after August 23, 2006.
Built in 1923, the school will soon be demolished by the Chester Housing Authority. Former students, educators and administrators were invited to say farewell and to take pictures in front of the building at a Farewell to Booker T. Washington event on Wednesday 8/23/2006.
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This page last updated 08/24/06