Waterville School Buildings
The Waterville School District No. 5 was established in 1886. The first classes (1888) met in a building on the corner of Locust and W. Park St, which later became the town library. The first schoolhouse was built in 1889 on property donated by Mr. James H. Kincaid, which is the site of the current Waterville School. The school was painted white and had a red roof. The grounds were surrounded by a white board fence. Beginnings...
Waterville Super Achievers
This Waterville Super Achiever isn't actually from Waterville. He is the grandson of a Waterville grad! Congratulations on your success Dustin!
I can help you communicate by posting information on our bulletin board. We have made many connections, through this website, and would be happy to assist you in locating people. I can also provide you with phone numbers in Waterville and the surrounding area to make it easy for you to make reservations. I'd be happy to help you with ideas, suggest a reunion site or even provide you with music for the event! I have CDs of all the hits, organized by year, for entertainment at your reunion. Already started your plans? Let me help!
If you have reunion photos to share please e-mail Harold Badten.
Shocker Sports Teams
Check out these amazing photos of Waterville School Sports teams!
If you don't see your team, we don't have a photo of it.
Feature: Withrow School
Interesting yearbook and historical photos from the Withrow School.
Have you ever been curious about the old one-room school houses on the Waterville Plateau? This section of the site is fascinating!
Alumni Then & Now
This is a fun, interactive collection of photos collected mostly from yearbooks and reunions. Are you in here?
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- Waterville Web Cam (Elite Woodworking)