Fun Facts

Varnum's History

Three separate schools came together to make up what is now Varnum in 1928. The original schools were Twin Oak, Liberty, and Good Hope.

Our First Seniors

In 1929 our first class of seniors graduated with only three students! Bob Davis, Gladys Mills, and Wilkey White were our first graduates.

From Grads to Staff

Nine of our staff members are Varnum High School graduates!



"The teacher who has had the biggest impact on me is Mrs. Dunagan because she has always helped me over the years when I was going through hard times and has been an amazing influence in my life and on the decisions I've made over the past few years."

- Teslyn Glover (Class of 2022)


"The advice I have for the underclassmen is, if anyone ever doubts you, prove them wrong."

- Gabrielle Cleveland (Class of 2022)


"The teachers that have had the biggest impact on me are Coach Hadley and Coach Miller. They are always pushing me to go the extra mile and to be successful, not only in sports, but in life."

- Justin Mack (Class of 2022)


"After graduation, I look forward to traveling to world!"

- Braelynn Hooper (Class of 2022)


"The advice I have for the underclassmen is, trust your gut."

- Traijen Harjo (Class of 2022)


"The advice I have for the underclassmen is, have fun. Enjoy it. It goes by fast."

- Mya Merritt (Class of 2022)


"My favorite high school memory is of being with the basketball girls when we all went to state."

- Kaylee Weatherford (Class of 2022)


"The things I will miss the most about Varnum are my friends and the nice teachers."

- Amiah Lindsey-Suke (Class of 2022)


The advice that I would give the underclassmen is, work hard and explore different things."

- Lilliana Madrigal (Class of 2022)


"The thing I will miss most about Varnum is hanging out with my friends."

- Quentin Anderson (Class of 2022)

Talon Combs

Talon Combs (Class of 2022)

Olivia Combs

Olivia Combs (Class of 2022)

Ethan Odle

Ethan Odle (Class of 2022)