May 11, 2007 RSS feed / News

The Great Paperbag Escapade

Police draw guns on paperbagged Dreher students

Most students didn't anticipate attending assembly at Dreher in 1963. Listening to a boring speaker or watching a silly musical just didn't motivate us, so we would cut assembly as much as possible. More...

Miss Mac and fried chicken

Thanks to Ellen MacLaughlin I can cook delicious fried chicken. When at Dreher, I didn't realize Miss MacLaughlin was probably the best teacher I would ever have. More...

Artist, Class of '57, donates statue to Dreher

Robin Jones is an artist and a graduate of Dreher High School, Class of '57. This year is his 50th reunion. More...

RFB&D celebrates

Up Up and Away

The Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic's 2nd annual fundraising and awareness luncheon, Up, Up and Away , took place April 24, 2007, at Brookland Baptist Banquet & Conference Center. More...

Class of 1938 reunites

The Dreher High School Class of 1938 gathers in 1999. Pictured are Dariel Jackson, Betty Swygert Coggins, Lillian Gayle Douglas, John Martin, Sarah Davies Gibbes, Jack Sadler, Mary Quick Hoefer, and Frank "Billy" Hoefer. More...

Miss Callie's Revenge

Miss Callie Jones, math teacher at Dreher High School was unforgettable

Dreher math teacher, Miss Callie Jones, was truly one of the most unforgettable characters I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Full of fear and void of knowledge, I entered Miss Callie's class. More...

"A fine building is pretty, but education is achieved in a classroom with a fine teacher."

- Christine Webb, principal 1975- 1986 By Kayli Asbill Cub@TheColumbiaStar.com Last June marked the 20th anniversary of Christine Webb's retirement as principal of Dreher High School. More...

Dogs From page one

By Anne- Kathryn Bultman Anne@TheColumbiaStar.com He was abused and didn't trust people, especially males. His future seemed grim, and unfortunately, his story is a typical one. More...

The history of Dreher High School

Ernest S. Dreher The third high school to be built in Columbia was named for Ernest S. Dreher, the second superintendent of the district. More...