Salisbury High School Additions – Salisbury NC

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Salisbury High School began in 1904 and was the second high school in North Carolina. The current location was completed in 1926 and named Boyden High School in honor of Colonel Archibald Henderson Boyden, an educator who was then Mayor of Salisbury.[3] It is one of many schools built across North Carolina in the early 20th Century. The building was designed by C. Gadsen Sayre and built by L. S. Bradshaw, and (as Boyden High School) was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 23, 1996.[2] Six additional buildings were constructed on campus to facilitate the school’s expanding offerings and enrollment, many of them as part of the Works Progress Administration. In 1970, during desegregation, Boyden and J.C. Price high schools consolidated to form Salisbury High School.”

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Location Info


500 Lincolnton Road
Salisbury, NC 28144

Coordinates: 35.6648179, -80.48486500000001

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