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Golden High School

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Golden High School is a secondary school located in Golden, the county seat of Jefferson County, Colorado, United States. It is part of the Jefferson County Public Schools district. History Background South School was established in 1873 for primary, intermediate, and grammar education. It began offering high school education in 1873, the first school of its kinds in the state, and had a graduating class by 1889. In 1892, the high school was located within the walls of South School. It offered a theater program, a now long-standing tradition, by 1895 when it produced Charley's Aunt. The North School building was constructed in 1880 due to the increased population in the area. Golden High School (1924–1956) The Golden High School was completed in 1924, consolidating high school education previously provided by the North and South Schools. The school was designed by Eugene G. Groves and built by Buckman and Axtell. Modern for its time, the Beaux-Arts sty
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