The Bolles School

The Bolles School of Jacksonville, Florida is an internationally known co-educational college preparatory day and boarding school serving grades Pre-K through 12.  In 2007, the school celebrated their 75th anniversary. The school's mascot is the bulldog.  The school was founded as an all-boys' military academy in 1933 by Agnes Cain Painter, a friend of philanthropist Richard J. Bolles. The original campus is located on San Jose Boulevard along the east bank of the St. Johns River. Bolles announced that it would drop its military status in 1961 and the graduating class of 1962 ended the military era; it began admitting women in 1971. Today, the ratio of males to females is close to 1:1. The San Jose campus looks like a small college and contains sports facilities that many colleges would envy. -wikipedia, The Bolles School.

The Bolles School 1955 

 Senior Class of 1935                           Senior Class of 1936               Senior Class of 1937                               Senior Class of 1939

                                                      Senior Class of 1948             Senior Class of 1949

                  Senior Class of 1951                   Senior Class of 1952                          Senior Class of 1953                                      
 Senior Class of 1955
Senior Class of 1962                                 Senior Class of 1963

 Senior Class of 1968                         Senior Class of 1969                        Senior Class of 1970                      Senior Class of 1971                                               Senior Class of 1973

                                     Senior Class of 1976

Senior Class of 1980                                                                                   Senior Class of 1984           Senior Class of 1985

                          Senior Class of 1987
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