Washington High School
Massillon, Ohio

Class of 1945 "Paper Reunion"

The Class of 1945 came up with a novel way to recognize their 75-year milestone in 2020. Under the direction of class president George Bond, this class wrote greetings and memories that were assembled into a little booklet for their class reunion. They also had a “virtual reunion” when they toasted each other from their homes all over the country at exactly 2pm on Saturday, October 3 of this...

Stand Up for Rob Partridge

On May 21, 2018, the life of former Massillon Tiger quarterback Robert Partridge changed forever. On his way home in Bloomington, Indiana, Rob was in a motor vehicle accident.  His car tumbled end over end off the road. When it landed, Rob couldn't feel his legs. He was a quadraplegic. In true Tiger spirit, Rob is fighting to beat his spinal cord injury. He is working hard so that he may...

Still the Greatest Show in High School Football!

Tigers 26th State Title 26th you might say? Yes, the Tigers 26th state title with 24 of them being outright “State Championships”! The football state championship in Ohio has an eclectic and winding history that involves eras of self-proclamation to territorial acclamation with shared titles, through to the advent of the Associated Press Sportswriters Polls and then ending up to the ever...

WHS Alumni Spotlight - Beth Starrett

Beth Starrett Class of 2002   How did you use your WHS Alumni Scholarship? I proudly took my WHS Alumni Scholarship to Baldwin-Wallace College (now University) where I graduated with a double major in Business Administration and Psychology, while also cheering for four years for the football and basketball team and an active member of the Delta Zeta sorority.   What has your...

In Memoriam - Spring 2020

Recent alumni passings of note: John David ’36 John was a member of the prominent David Family of Massillon and was a student manager on Paul Brown’s 1933-34-35 teams. He served in World War II and it has been told he had a chance meeting to play ping-pong with then General Eisenhower, the future president. In true Massillon Tiger style, he defeated the general, who was not...
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