Cliffside High School accredited
Cliffside, N. C. Jan. 27—An announcement of considerable interest was made in chapel Tuesday morning by Supt. Chas. C. Erwin, when he said that he had received a letter from the State High School supervisor, Mr. J. Henry Highsmith, saying that the Cliffside High School was accepted for accredited relations by the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States.
This is a very high honor for Cliffside High School and is the climax of a record that is doubtless not equalled any where. Beginning six years ago with absolutely nothing Cliffside High School is today rated as a State A-1 High School, a member of the Southern Association of colleges and Secondary Schools. All High School teachers have A-1 ratings, which is a record held by very few High Schools in the State.
Everybody seemed to enjoy the snow Monday. It was lovely!
The Home Economic Department gave a candy pulling party last Tuesday night.
The music recital by Miss Heafner’s pupils last Thursday was well attended and was enjoyed by everybody present. Some say it was the best ever given here.
Our chapel programs last week were extra good. Of interest to all was the talk Tuesday by William Allhands telling of his trip to Memphis, Tenn. We were glad to have Rev. M. W. Heckard to conduct the exercise Thursday. He gave us some inspirational thoughts.
Supt. Charles C. Erwin attended the County Club meeting at Rutherfordton, last Tuesday.
This item was printed in The Sun on January 28, 1926.