It is quite possible that the Kasbeer High School boys competed against other schools in the area in the
sport of basketball. It is also possible that baseball and track were offered as well. School team nickname,
uniform colors, fight song lyrics, coach's names, and team records are all items were are seeking to share on this page.
Extra Curricular Activities
We are certain sports were likely not the only item offered at Kasbeer HS. It is probable that choir,
plays, and many other activities made the experience of attending KHS a rewarding one.
Memories and Facts
From Lyle "Ben" Lund:
"I do not have many resources here that are of much good, an article from a centennial book on Ohio,
my dad's diploma, and pictures and info of the grade school which was on the same ground as the high school. The Ohio centennial
article tells of the formation of the high school in 1917-1918 as a consolidation of another school district, #24, with Kasbeer
which was #23. My dad's diploma shows him to have graduated from a public school in district 24 in 1918. I'm sure it
was the Kasbeer high school as he was then 17 years old. The article says the high school closed after a few years.
I think it was at least 10. As far as a graduation picture, there were probably no more than 3 or 4 others
in his class and I never have seen any pics of that time. I do have photos of him and my mother (as well as my brother,
sister and myself) in the Kasbeer grade school."
From Roberta Van Briesen:
(A good friend of the Glory Days website.)
"Kasbeer Grade School was open at least through the early 1990s. I believe the school was closed in 1994.
The school building is located on the south edge of town. It is a one-story frame building. It is still standing and,
I believe, being used by the township."
Do You Have Information on Kasbeer High School?
If you do, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
. A photo of the original school building is especially being sought. You can also send items to us
6439 N. Neva Ave.
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