Grossmont High School’s 101st Anniversary Celebration was a time for Foothillers to gather, reminisce, and share their Foothiller pride. 101 years ago, the school’s founding board members, principal, teachers, staff, and its community could not have imagined the Grossmont of today, a school that treasures its past and embraces its future.
This identity is shown throughout the campus with the preservation of historic buildings, with the additional of modern buildings whose appearance echo the school’s origins, as well as the many bronze plaques and benches celebrating its past donated by alumni and retirees.
More than once, museum visitors have told us that Grossmont looks more like a college campus than a high school.
Friday, October 15th
Perimeter of Room
1920s Large and Small Showcases: Bruce Davidson, Retired Government Teacher
1920s Small Showcase: In Memory of Kenneth Johnson, Class of 1975
Two Baer/Vellone Family Benches: Bill Woolman
The Bibb Family Bench
The Hawkesworth Family Bench
The McWay Family Bench