Graham High School
is a public high school
located in Bluefield, Virginia
across the state line from Bluefield, West Virginia
in Tazewell County, Virginia, as a part of Tazewell County Public Schools
.Graham is fully accredited in accordance with the Virginia Standards of Learning, and can boast of above-average numbers of students passing the yearly Virginia Standards of Learning examinations. Athletic teams compete in the Virginia High School League
's AA Southwest District
in Region IV
. Notable school state titles include:
Football: 1962, 1989, 1995
Men's Basketball: 1955
Women's Basketball: 1922
Women's Tennis: 1999
Creative Writing: 1971, 1974, 1995, 1999
Theater: 1997, 1999
Graham High School was first established as a secondary school in 1914, serving grades 9-12. The cornerstone for building located on Greever Avenue, also known as, " The Hill", was laid on May 26, 1914. J.O. Faulkner was the first principal, and there were 107 students enrolled in the high school. (A total of 611 students, in primary, grammar, and high school grades, attended school in the building which could accommodate 750).
- Nestled near East River's ridges, with its lines of blue
- Stands our noble alma mater, glorious to view.
- G-Men faithful, G-Girls grateful,
- Conquer and prevail.
- Hail to thee our Alma Mater.
- Graham High, all hail!
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