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Leon High School
1958 Graduates

Tradition - Pride - Excellence

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The Class of 1958

We graduated high school during a very interesting time.  1958 was a very good year.  So many things were being discovered, technology was bursting at the seams.  The transistor had just begun to replace vacuum tubes.  Color TV was just around the corner.  School integration was being introduced into the South.  We were very fortunate to have grown up in the be-bop era.  However, things were not always peaches and cream.   

A Year of History and "first"

The Leon High graduating class of 1958 was the "first" seventh grade class to attend the new Elizabeth Cobb middle school.   In prior years, students attended Leon High School in the seventh grade.  


Upon graduation from Cobb, we entered our High School year at Leon under a new curriculum.  Academic courses were divided into three lines:  liberal, general and college preparatory.  We found the building had a new look for the "first" time since it's construction.  Enrollment soared making it the largest in the school's history.  More Lion's Tale annuals were sold than ever before.


George Beal, class of '58, became the "first" Leon Senior to win a National Merit Scholarship.  Our class was the "first" to hear, "no final exams for seniors" ...  and the "first" to "sign up" for Florida State University's Doak Campbell Stadium for graduation exercises.  


Perhaps, the thing that that will be remembered most is February 13th, when the class of 1958 became the "first" seniors who have ever been able to say "It really snowed in Tallahassee."  It set a record of three inches that day on February 13, 1958.

Leon High School Alma Mater

Written in 1934 by "coach" C.H. Blake


Arrangement by "Tabitha Peck"


Music by Leon High "Capital Singers"


The red clay hills of Tallahassee 

Harbor memories dear 

Memories of our dear old high school 

That we all revere. 

May we ever bring thee glory 

Always honor thee, 

Keeping burning deep inside us, 

Fires you kindled there. 

To Leon, To Leon 

We all sing to thee 

Faithful we’ll always be 

To our dear old Alma Mater 

We love thy classic halls 

Forever more 

Loyal and ever true 

Leon to you!


Audio

Listen to the Marching Redcoats band play "Dixie".  Click red arrow to start and stop.

Bulletin Board

Another Class Reunion

We are having another class reunion.  Save The Date cards were mailed out to everyone.  If you haven't received yours, send an email to:  info@leonclassof58.com


Check out our "Reunion" page for more info.

Oliver Hobbs Scholarship

Former Marching Redcoats, and the children of Mr. Hobbs, have united behind the idea to create and fund The Oliver P. and Beryl M. Hobbs Scholarship for Instrumental Music Education at Florida State University. You can be part of it! Donate: The FSU Foundation, 2010 Levy Avenue, P.O. Box 3062739, Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2739   Want more info?  Send an email to cahobbshurt@aol.com


Golf

Arrangements have been made for Golf on Saturday morning prior to the Reunion Celebration on April 14,2018.  Sign up for golf on your Registration form.

Southern Style Breakfast Buffet

There will ber an optional Breakfast Buffet, get-to-getter, on Sunday following the Reunion Celebration.  See the registration form for more info..

Share your news ...

Do you have news or information you would like to share with our class?  Send an email  to info@leonclassoft58.com or visit our Reunion Page and school down to "Contact Us" and fill in the information.  We will post it here in this section.

Do you have a Question?

If you have questions about the reunion,  Visit the "Reunion" page and scroll down to "Stuff You Need to Know"



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Contact Us

Capital City Country Club

1601 Golf Terrace Dr. Tallahassee, FL 32309

(850) 422-0103

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