ralph bunche high school 1950 yearbook staff

The Falcon 1950

They were the first in history…

In 1950, sixteen students graduated from the “new” Ralph Bunche High School. Their ambitions for the future included:

  • Electricians
  • Tailors
  • Secretaries
  • A Stenographer
  • Auto Mechanic
  • Shoe Cobbler
  • Physical Ed Instructor
  • Doctor
  • Nurse
  • Lawyer
  • Prize Fighter
  • Serving in the Women’s Army Corps

They were the brave…

In 1950, as the first Ralph Bunche High School class, they paved the way for the last in 1968.

They were the MIGHTY, MIGHTY “FALCONS”!!!

Below is the 1950 edition of The Falcon, the official yearbook of the Ralph Bunche High School. You can view the yearbook here on this page or click the button below to view in your browser.

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ralph bunche high school yearbook 1950
Ralph Bunche High School The Falcon 1950

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Other Resources

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The Road to School Desegregation in King George County

The History of Ralph Bunche High School

RBHS Refurbishment Update

Dr. Ralph Bunche diplomat
Dr. Ralph Bunche

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