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Coughlin High School’s legacy: A rich history comes full circle
Alex Mykulyn, Student Guest Writer for the Citizens' VoiceAccording to Coughlin’s History Club, in 1890, the Wilkes Barre High School opened as a place to house high school students and give them an education while providing a home for clubs such as the literary societies, Cliosophic and Sorosis. Wilkes-Barre High School was on the corner of Union Street and North Washington Street, very near the current site of Coughlin. Read the full article at  The Citizens' Voice .