May 23, 2015
"It Takes a Village"

"Education is the Key to Success"

 "Until they learned how to soar, they would fail to understand the privilege it was to have been born an eagle.”

The blue blood of B. L. Moor High School's fifty-five (55)  year legacy  runs deep in the lives of many students from the Pleasant Grove Community School that evolved into the B. L. Moor High School in 1960. 

In 2002, consolidation  occurred, again, and the institution was renamed East Oktibbeha County High School (EOCHS). Through  a congressional enactment in 2014, it became law that EOCHS would officially close on June 30, 2015, and  merged to become  the Starkville Oktibbeha County Consolidated School District.

In recognition and appreciation to the Oktibbeha County School District, EAEOCS  celebrated with  commemorative events and activities during the weekend of May 23 - 25, 2015.  This was an affair of the Blue and Gold (Eagles) versus Blue and White (Titans).

EAEOCS was established in 2002 after a horrific incident that almost destroyed the facility.  The organization developed a mission to become a motivational tool and enhancement to the educational process of students in the East Oktibbeha County area through volunteerism, community advocacy and recognition of alumni heritage. 

EAEOCS is a 501 C (3)  non-profit organization.  
As you visit this  website, we hope you will appreciate the memories presented and share your thoughts.  

Note:  Some of the  class  pictures may appear damaged; however, we plan to restore and replace copies.  If you have a better copy, feel free to download.

The Education Association of East Oktibbeha County Schools

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