MY TAKE: What is your most cherished memory of Niskayuna High School in 1964?

"Growing up right up the street from the Mohawk Golf Club, caddying and skating on what used to be the skating pond. [The Mohawk Golf Club] is probably a drive and a nine-iron from my old house."
 
— Jake Schuler"Growing up right up the street from the Mohawk Golf Club, caddying and skating on what used to be the skating pond. [The Mohawk Golf Club] is probably a drive and a nine-iron from my old house."   <strong>— Jake Schuler</strong>

Niskayuna High School Class of 1964 celebrated their 50 year anniversary this weekend. We asked the former Niskayuna students to share their most cherished memory of high school 50 years ago.
Photos by Rebecca Isenhart

"Growing up right up the street from the Mohawk Golf Club, caddying and skating on what used to be the skating pond. [The Mohawk Golf Club] is probably a drive and a nine-iron from my old house."   — Jake Schuler

“Growing up right up the street from the Mohawk Golf Club, caddying and skating on what used to be the skating pond. [The Mohawk Golf Club] is probably a drive and a nine-iron from my old house.” — Jake Schuler

"We had a place called the crossroads, and when we passed classes we'd all kind of meet. It was just an exciting time where we'd see each other and say hi." — Kathleen Frederick

“We had a place called the crossroads, and when we passed classes we’d all kind of meet. It was just an exciting time where we’d see each other and say hi.” — Kathleen Frederick

"They used to have NiskaYouth on Friday night. You could watch movies in the cafeteria or dance or play volleyball in the gym." — Cindy Ball

“They used to have NiskaYouth on Friday night. You could watch movies in the cafeteria or dance or play volleyball in the gym.” — Cindy Ball

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Rebecca Isenhart
Rebecca Isenhart is the reporter/writer for Your Niskayuna, presented by the Daily Gazette of Schenectady.