Central High Museum Media Center Central High Marching Band Shepperson family sent 6 to WWII Mr. Cooley's Math Class 1943

Museum Schedule:

The Central High Museum is open from
April to October on the 3rd Saturday of the month
from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
and other times by appointment

Celebrate Juneteenth  
"Freedom Day"  

sponsored by The Central High Museum
 515 Thomas Jefferson Hwy
Charlotte Court House, VA

Saturday, June 18th
from 10:45 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Dr. Yemaja Jubilee, "The Soulful Poet", Prof. L Roi Boyd, III, Director, Actor, Singer, Pastor Derek "The Change Man" Smith, Professional Recording Artist, Khi Felder and Aheem Rah, African Drums, DJ "Al-B"(Al Brogdon) and Others

There will be hot dogs, burgers, fish, cole slaw, baked beans, soda, and water for sale.  The Museum will be open for tours and vendors will be on site.

Wear Your African Attire.
For more information contact Dr. Hezteine Foster
434-665-8492 or jfoster1@hughes.net
    The Central High Museum is dedicated to collecting, preserving and exhibiting the contributions of African-Americans in Charlotte County, Virginia.  The museum aims to promote a greater understanding of the African-American experience in Charlotte County and the neighboring communities.

The museum is unique in that it draws a direct line between formal education and students’ later contributions to their communities.  Items  in the museum reflect the daily activities of Central High students and recognize the accomplishments of Central High alumni, which include physicians, lawyers, teachers and civic leaders.  The museum highlights the role education played in the lives of Central High students as well as the invaluable contributions of African-Americans who worked diligently for quality schooling.

The Central High Museum is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.  Donations are tax deductible and can be mailed to Central High Museum, PO Box 514, Charlotte Court House, Virginia 23923.  If you would like more information about supporting the Museum or have items you would like to donate, please contact Judy Moore at (434)735-8508.  Thank you for your support!