Sumner High School
Charles Sumner High School, now located between Goode and Pendleton on Cottage Avenue, is named for one of the great statesmen ardent worker for the enfranchisement of the Negro, and also one of the first to advocate civil service reform.
Sumner High School was established in 1867 as District School Number Three, located at Fifth and Lombard Streets, and later at Tenth and Chambers Streets. Mr. A. C. Clayton served as principal of District School Number Three until 1875, when he became principal of this school, which in the future was to be known as Sumner High School. He remained principal of Sumner until 1879.
Tandy Recreational Center
Built in 1938, Tandy is located at the corner of Kennerly and Annie Malone Dr. The Center has a gymnasium which includes a stage. There is also an indoor pool, boxing room, and several multipurpose rooms.
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