The History of Bryant High School
Bryant (population 255) is located in the west central portion of Illinois in the east
central portion of Fulton County. Bryant is about 6 miles northeast of Lewistown and 35 miles southwest of Peoria. Illiinois
Route 100 is the main roadway to and from Bryant. County highway 4 also takes you to Bryant. The Burlington Northern
Railroad passes through Bryant as well.
"(Bryant) Was laid out by William Hummel, April 13th, 1863. It is on the Chicago, Burlington,
& Quincy railroad, and is the point where is located the Forsyth coal mining Company, which will, in time, make it a much
We believe that Bryant High School was a two or three-year high school. It likely existed from the 1920s
through the 1940s. We do know by checking out Illinois high school basetball District Tournament scores that the high
school was still going strong in 1935 (please read below). We know that the high school-aged kids of Bryant today attend school
in nearby Lewistown.
Bryant High School Quick Facts
Lewistown High School
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