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 Post subject: P.C.V.H.S.
PostPosted: September 1st, 2004, 11:40 pm 
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Ok...I know I'm an old fart.

Any P.C.V.H.S. alumni out there? Class of '73 electronics here.

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I am Ed but a few years before that.

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Cool champ...what class? Class of 55? Kiddin of course :)

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 Post subject: PVI Man here
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Hi all. Wow PVI. John here, graduated from Drafting in 1979. Had Mr Trainor and Mr. Muise as instructors. We had a small class of us. But I had an excellent time at PVI. I now see the trades training is making a comeback.


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Hi "JOHNNY" not even right church let alone right pew. Ed was talking about P.C.V.H.S. up here in S'side.

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Champ, wow your right. High school daze must have been fun for me, forgot the proper name,,thanks.. :lol:


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At my age "JOHNNY" I am the one who is supposed to be having the blond moments. :wink:

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I never attended PCVHS, but my father was the Automotive repair instructor up there in the mid 60's (I think). He transferred to PVI after two or three years in Summerside.

He hasn't learned this computer thing (too much arthritis in the hands), so I thought I would mention it for him.


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Never took Auto repairs "DUSTY" but found all the instructors were super while I was at "PCVHS".
Please give him a well deserved and long overdue pat on the back for me.

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Our son Terry graduated from drafting here. Not sure of the year though


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my mother went there, and took drafting as far as i know (i'll have to double check this with her tomorrow, but i'm certain i remember her saying that...and something about there not being many girls in it at the time)....not sure what years, she was born in '53 so prolly 69/70 or thereabouts. :)


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mutt wrote:
my mother went there, and took drafting as far as i know (i'll have to double check this with her tomorrow, but i'm certain i remember her saying that...and something about there not being many girls in it at the time)....not sure what years, she was born in '53 so prolly 69/70 or thereabouts. :)


I'm willing to bet I know your mom...there were 2 females taking drafting from 71 to 73...she might be one.

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Is this a high school? you guys are saying drafting and electronics etc...not sure I am getting the kinda school it is. :oops: lol


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PCVHS is Prince County VocationalHigh School which was partof Holland College. It offered students Trade training during grades 9-12 in Carpentry, Auto Mechanics, electrical, electronics, drafting,hairdressing, business, etc.

Sometimes I wonder if we shouldn't still have trade schools like before...

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hello. Wow PVI. Wade here, graduated from Elecrical in 1984.


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oh no, Crazy Frog? Why? Why?


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