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Last updated 04/22/2009

 

Thank you to the Greenbrier Alumni Association for allowing me to put this information online.  It's a great tool for anyone from the Greenbrier area.  I  hope that you are pleased with the results!

I do not work on this site regularly.  This is a virtual copy of a book that was made for the all class reunion in  1985.

I do not live in Greenbrier County, and I did not attend the school.  This project is done in memory of my grandfather Doran Samples, Sr.

Respectfully,

Lori Samples

 

 

 

  "WHERE OH WHERE"
(To be sung as each class moves up)
 
Seniors:
Where, oh where are the grand old seniors? (3)
Safe, now in the wide, wide, wide world.
They've gone out from Senior English, (3)
Safe, now in the wide, wide world.
 
Juniors:
Where, oh where are the jolly juniors? (3)
Safe, now in the senior class.
They've gone out from American History, (3)
Safe, now in the senior class.
 
Sophomores:
Where, oh where are the silly sophomores? (3)
Safe, now in the junior class.
They've gone out from second-year Algebra, (3)
Safe, now in the junior class.
 
Freshmen:
Where, oh where are the green young freshmen? (3)
Safe, now in the sophomore class.
They've gone out from General Science, (3)
Safe, now in the sophomore class.
 
8th Graders:
Where, oh where are the little eighth graders? (3)
Safe, now in the freshmen class.
They've gone out from eighth-grade history, (3)
Safe, now in the freshmen class.
 
7th Graders:
Where, oh where are the seventh graders? (3)
Safe, now in the eighth-grade class.
They've gone out from seventh-grade geography, (3)
Safe, now in the eighth-grade class.
 
6th Graders:
Where, oh where are the wee sixth graders? (3)
Safe, now in the seventh-grade class.
They've gone out from Ronceverte Grade School, (3)
Safe, now in the seventh-grade class.

GREENBRIER HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL SONG
 
Alma Mater old Greenbrier
Always be our pride
Let thy glory be our honor
And thy fame our goal.
Come, ye old sons, cheer with us
Today and ever sing -
Alma Mater thee we love
Loyal to the end.
 
2006 Lori Samples for the Greenbrier Alumni Association.  All Rights Reserved.