Ray City School, 1934
The Ray City School held a junior high school rating until 1936, when it became an accredited senior high school.
Ray City School class photos from 1934. Identifications needed.
A 1934 newspaper article on Ray City included the following information about the school.
The city of Ray City affords every convenience and comfort for the citizens of the community. There is a fine school system, which is under the capable and efficient supervision of Prof. P. M. Shultz. Prof. Ulmer Crosby is principal, and the other teachers are: Mrs. P. M. Shultz, Miss Jessie Aycock, Mrs. A.B. Baskins, Miss Lillian Ford and Mrs. Eulalie Dickson.
The school has nine grades, with an enrollment of a few over the two hundred mark. A number of fine students complete the school each year, advancing to higher institutions of learning. The school system in Ray City is really a big asset, (illegible) a higher type of citizenry.
The school board is composed of the following gentlemen who handle their duties in a most admirable manner and of benefit to patrons and students combined. H.A. Swindle, chairman, M.A. Studstill, sec.-treasl., C.H. Vickers, J.M. Studstill and W.M. Creech, members.
- In 1934 Ray City was ‘Noted Section’ of Berrien County
- Wilma Harper Shultz Began 60-year Teaching Career at Ray City
- Sankey Booth, Wiregrass Educator
- 1951 Beaverettes Couldn’t Miss; Boys Went Afoul
- Senior Class of 1951, Ray City School
- Ray City School Teachers 1950-51, Ray City, Berrien County, Georgia
- 1939 Ray City School 10th Grade
- School Records Document Ray City History
- Queen of the Harvest celebrated Ray City Gymnasium
- Herman Knight Guthrie ~ 1948 Junior Class President
- RAY CITY SCHOOL OPENING 1937
- Ray City School Gets Lunch Room, 1941
- Glee Club Gave 1939 Christmas Cantata