- 1966 - Property at the corner of Adams and
Tienken Roads was purchased to be the site of the Adams High
- 1967 – Bonds were sold to finance the cost of
building the new high school.
- 1968 – Architectural plans were developed by
O’Dell, Hewlett, and Luckenbach. Construction of the
- 1969 – Adams High School students were housed in
Rochester High School building from 12:30-5:20PM while
RHS students attended in the morning. Adams and RHS shared
the graduation ceremony
When Rochester Adams students arrived for the 1969-1970 school
year, Richard Nixon was in his first term and Avon Township was a growing
suburban area. While the school was still under construction, Adams
students shared Rochester High by attending in the afternoon. Similarly,
the Falcon's and Adams Home/Away schedule was
alternated so there
was a football game at Falcon stadium every Friday that fall.
Interestingly that year the Highlanders and Falcons did not play each other,
(The Falcons were in Oakland A South, and Adams assigned to North) although both
had an open date on November 7. This first year, the football team was
unable to fill the full roster of opponents, but did manage a 2 and 5 season
under coach Max Hasse.
With the 1970's, Rochester Adams saw their second year squad win only two
games in 1970, again under coach Max Hasse. and with the move into the
Adams High School building, also added Rochester to the schedule as a
- 1970 – Adams High School opened its doors to 1100
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