|The History of Lancaster High School
Lancaster (population approximately 100) is located in southeastern Illinois in northwestern Wabash County. Lancaster sits in a true country setting on County Road 11 at County Road E 640. The hamlet of Lancaster does not appear to be more than a few blocks long and wide. The estimate of 100 for the population is possibly overstated.
Lancaster is not listed as an official Illinois town. Its history and the history of the Lancaster school system is in need of research. We can only, at this point, guess as to the history of the school. It was probably established in the late 1800s to early 1900s. Lancaster High School likely served the small town and surrounding farm kids for more than five decades. Our guess is that it was in the late 1940s that Lancaster High School may have closed her doors.
We believe that the kids of Lancaster now attend school in Mt. Carmel as part of the Wabash School District. If you can help us fill in the missing information please contact us at email@example.com.
Lancaster High School Quick Facts
Year opened: late 1800s / early 1900s
Year closed: late 1940s?
Consolidated to: Mt. Carmel/Wabash School District
Lancaster HS team nickname: the “Bombers”
Lancaster HS team colors: unavailable
School Fight Song: unavailable