Historical Society
of the Town of Bolton
"The Boltonian"

View of Bolton Central School from "The Boltonian 1947"
Bolton Central School Yearbooks 1943-1995
  • In cooperation with Bolton Central School, Bolton Landing, NY we have compiled "The Boltonian" Yearbooks into a digital format available for perusing and searching..
  • Thank you to Bolton Central School for sharing their near complete collection. The School is missing the years 1958, 1955, 1944 and 1943. For this collection, missing years and pages were filled in from other sources. If you have a missing yearbook and are willing donate to this collection please contact:
    • Bolton Central School Librarian at 518-644-2400.
    • Thank you to the Truax Family for their kind contributions in helping filling in many of the previous missing yearbooks.
  • Thank you to my other sources; Margaret & Jon Maranville, Deanne Rehm, Deb Gaddy and the Volkmann Family.
  • Image were scanned and prepared by James M. Miller for the Bolton Historical Society
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The Boltonian Yearbooks

(Excerpt below from the BCS 1943 yearbook "The Resume")
FOREWORD
Although this is our first attempt at publishing a Yearbook, we hope it measures up to your expectations. We have tried to put into it all the things that have been a part of our school years - a mirror of the things in which we believe and the activities we have enjoyed.
We sincerely hope that from this humble beginning the publication of "THE RESUME" will become an annual event, a lasting reminder of days at Bolton Central School.


1943
(Excerpt below from the BCS 1944 yearbook "The Boltonian")
FOREWORD
The first journey over a road is the most thrilling and exciting, but the second trip over the same road brings to light many lovely things which went unnoticed before.  This is the second journey over the road of remembrance by the Senior classes of Bolton Central School. We have tried to widen the scope of interests on this second journey so that we may look back with pride on our undertaking.
As the years go by, we hope that each class may profit by the journey of the former classes and as distance widens between us, may your backward glances through this book bring reminiscent smiles and happy memories of the class of '44.

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