Procure, document, and preserve the records and heritage collections of the Maroa-Forsyth School District and Maroa community, which include rare books, yearbooks, documents, photographs, and artifacts.
Make such records accessible and encourage their use by faculty, staff, students, alumni, family members, and legitimate public enquirers in their research, private study, and interest in the history of Maroa-Forsyth Schools and related subjects in which the Archives holds records.
Expand public access to local historical photographs and documents through the digitization and online cataloging of archival materials.
Historical items have been made available to the community for research and study purposes and to satisfy curiosity. Due to the nature of the colloquialisms, culture, attitude, and/or political climate of the various time periods represented, some content may be deemed “inappropriate" if viewed outside of its historical context. In addition, the newspapers, logos, branding, and other publication identifiers are the trademarks of the newspapers and other publishers. Our use of newspaper content contained in this archive in no way implies an affiliation with, or endorsement from, the publisher. Included photos have been identified from owner's notatations or through community members. If you believe there has been an error in identification of any materials, please email the Maroa-Forsyth School Archives.