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The Gaston Independent School District has progressed 'in
twenty-five years from a one-room frame building to a beautiful
terraced campus of over forty acres that includes six brick build-
ings and seven wooden buildings. The school is set upon a high
hill overlooking the Tyler-Henderson highway. It is referred to
as 'fthe Hill" by most patrons, efres, and students.
The Gaston Common School District was created in 1925 when
Miller and Mount Hope schools consolidated to form a centrally
located school. The land for this new school was a nine acre
plot donated by Mrs. Irene Gaston, and for this reason. the
school bears her name.
The discovery of oil on September 2, 19.30, provided funds
for the purchasing of more land and for the construction of the
present school plant.”