In 1909, Elmer Chapman built the large cement structure with four rooms that served as the Sterling Consolidated School until it was discontinued in 1947.  The Nobletown School was constituted a two-year high school and the first graduating class was given diplomas in 1910.  Later it was made a three-year high school and graduation exercises were held annually. 


Notable People: Francis H. Curtis Jr., Principal

                           Miss Margaret M. Howe