The Oviedian, Vol. XIV, 1951
The Oviedian, Vol. XIV
Junior high schools--Florida
Elementary schools--United States
The 1951 edition of The Oviedian, the yearbook for the Oviedo School, located at 601 King Street in Oviedo, Florida. The school was first established in 1932 as a K-12 school. In 1948, the secondary grades separated from the elementary school. The upper grade levels formed Oviedo High School and moved to the campus at 601 King Street. Oviedo High School is notable for The Lion's Tale, the award-winning school newspaper recognized by various national and state scholastic press associations; its high ratings from the Governor's A+ Plan for Education; and its successful athletics programs.
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Original 45-page yearbook: The Oviedian, Vol. XIV (Oviedo, FL: Oviedo School, 1951): Private Collection of Bettye Reagan.
Reagan, Bettye Jean Aulin
Is Format Of
Digital reproduction of original 45-page yearbook: The Oviedian, Vol. XIV (Oviedo, FL: Oviedo School, 1951).
Is Part Of
Oviedo Historical Society Collection, Oviedo Collection, Seminole County Collection, RICHES of Central Florida.
Oviedo School, Oviedo, Florida
Originally published by the Oviedo School.
Private Collection of Bettye Reagan
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