Chester High -- Municipal Building
Chester High School was dedicated on January 4, 1926. It was used as a high school until the opening of Oak Glen in 1964. To the right is an undated postcard showing Chester High School.

CHS then became Chester Jr. High until the opening of Oak Glen Middle School. Today it is the City of Chester Municipal Building. It houses the Police Department, the Mayor's Office, Water & Sewer Department, Council Chambers, City Court, and the City Clerk's Office.

The hallway on the main floor serves as a museum with displays of locally made pottery, Chester High memorabilia, portraits of Chester High graduates, and other items of historical interest.

In Suite 312 is Schoolhouse Collectibles which features glassware, pottery, kitchen items, furniture and much more for sale

Chester High - now the Municipal Building at 600 Indiana Ave.

Vintage Fiesta dispaly

Contemporary Fiesta with TS&T's Lu-Ray

HLC and TS&T display

CHS memorabilia

A sampling of CHS class photos

Class of 1927

Class of 1924

Class of 1941

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