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Byzantine Catholic Central School

Byzantine Catholic Central School paranormal

Location submitted by: mdonley on 12/29/2010
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This is the former a co-ed K-8 private school built in 1954 which opened in 1955 and was dedicated May 13, 1956 and closed in 2009.

5512 Youngstown Poland Road
Youngstown , OH 44514
Phone: 330-757-9185
Open to the public: Unknown

Lat: 41.041734
Lon: -80.618634

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Demographic Rank: 5
History: 1
Stories: 0
Claims: 1
Evidence: 0
Resources: 0
Retrievals: 10483
Vistor Rating: 3.3
Votes: 3

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This is the former a co-ed K-8 private school built in 1954 which opened in 1955 and was dedicated May 13, 1956 and closed in 2009. It was built and maintained by five local Byzantine Catholic parishes. The school had two buildings (a K-5 building and a 6-8 building). The campus also housed a convent on the property which was the building on the property when it was purchased in 1952.

The campus grounds were the former Oles estate and the purchase price was $75,000. The school was originally called Our Lady of Perpetual Help, but was later changed to Byzantine Catholic Central.

Added by: mdonley on 12/29/2010 DB#:5


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1003 12/29/2010 mdonley Late in the evenings, when the building is closed for the night, the sounds of an old administrator (supposedly Rev. John Rommack) walking with his cain has been heard in the halls of the original building.

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