Black River Township School (1911)
(replaced by Angier High School)
Angier, North Carolina
“The Town of Crepe Myrtles”
Angier is in the Black River Township of Harnett County, North Carolina.
Population: approx. 4,300 (2009 est.)
Angier High School
Colors: Purple & Gold
Angier housed grades 1-12.
Angier High School closed after the 1977 school year. That fall, Harnett Central High School opened. Harnett Central was created by consolidating Angier with Lillington High School, Lafayette High School and Buies Creek High School.
North Carolina High School Bulletin (1913):
Principal Frank Hare, Angier High School:
New dormitory worth $4,500 built by stock company. Principal and wife live in the dormitory. Principal’s wife serves as matron. Board on club plan. It works well.
North Carolina High School Annual Report (1916-1917)
GRADUATES OF HIGH SCHOOLS OFFERING FOUR-YEAR COURSES, 1917
Angier High School: Eunice Blalock, Kate Johnston, Wray Williams, David Young.
Dunn High School:* James Adley, Ruth Cashwell, Hallie Lewis, Mabel Lynch, Norwood Pope, Wade Pridgen, Novella Reardon, Girard Wilson.
Lillington High School:* Russell Jarmon, Lloyd Johnson, Carl O’Quinn, Charlie Watson.
*accredited by the University of North Carolina
TOWN OF ANGIER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, Meeting Minutes, April 7, 2009
Board Action: After discussion of the upcoming events, the Town Board unanimously approved the permit allowing a parade permit request by the Angier High School Mega Reunion Committee to hold a parade on Saturday, May 2, 2009 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., closing McIver Street, Church, Williams Street, Cutts Street, Broad Street and Smithfield Street for the duration of the event.
(The Mega High School Reunion was held May 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2009. It was a reunion of those who attended Angier High School , Angier Middle School, and Angier Elementary School.)
Angier High School played in the longest high school basketball game in North Carolina history on Feb. 29, 1964 when they played 13 overtimes against Boone Trail High School. Boone Trail won 56-54 and neither team substituted any players. Angier was coached by “Rudy” Brown. When Rudy died in 2005, his five players served as pallbearers.
Angier, NC Facebook Groups:
Did you go to school in Angier, NC
Angier Middle School
Harnett Central High School – 1985
Angier Baptist Church
Trinity Baptist Church
Piney Grove Chapel Baptist Church
Grace Community Church
Angier Ink Tatoo
TJ’s Hotdogs & Burgers
My Town is Angier and its pretty Hood!