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What, nobody wants pictures of the awful one story early-'60s tan laminated block with aqua accents and unfinished aluminum thing that I attended? Of course, that's how it was back in the '90s before the school-building binge. Now include a 1995 addition, a 2000 addition and remodeling of a few rooms, another 2004 expansion and new for '09-'10 they have added the 1984 middle school to the high school and built a new middle. Yay sprawl. The fun part is, that all these additions were built using the same growth projections that the housing bubble/last round of sprawl used, so these additions may never come close to capacity.
Toledo Scott High SchoolToledo Waite High School (cheap window replacements are about the only thing that distinguishes it from Scott)Elyria High
Shaker Heights and Cleveland Heights have to be included.
What historic high schools does Toledo have left after the demolisions?