Chandler High School

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One of the oldest high schools in Arizona, it was founded in 1914, two years after the city was founded. The oldest part of the building, called “Old Main”, seems to be the hottest part for paranormal activity. Voices and ghostly apparitions are experienced on the second floor.

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Geographic Information

350 N Arizona Ave
Chandler, AZ 85225
United States

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33.30797, -111.84248300000002
Maricopa County, Arizona
Nearest Towns:
Chandler, AZ (0.1 mi.)
San Carlos, AZ (2.7 mi.)
Gilbert, AZ (4.4 mi.)
Sun Lakes, AZ (7.0 mi.)
Mesa, AZ (8.0 mi.)
Guadalupe, AZ (8.2 mi.)
Tempe, AZ (8.3 mi.)
Tempe Junction, AZ (9.4 mi.)
Santan, AZ (9.5 mi.)
Queen Creek, AZ (12.7 mi.)


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  1. Jasmine Hernnadez  |  

    I go to chandler high school and it is haunted some tims you see a person looking out the window on the top floor of old main.teachers say there is no basement in old main but i found it but the door was locked.I saw stairs going down then it just goes black and swear ther was another door with a lock on it.I’m just scared if the ghost gets angry one day with all the stories.

  2. In the middle of English which is in room M207 (old main, top floor) I can hear voices saying stuff like: “come close…” I ask my teacher “what?” But she says nothing.

  3. I just started going to chandler high and me and my friend were heading to English class and we took the door to the old main on the far left and when we got in we saw two doors under the stair well and one door had a small window installed and I could see the stairs going down and the inside looked creepy as hell and I noticed the door was the only one in that had a different kind of lock outside the door

  4. Well I go here and one day my friends and I were at the school pretty late (about 7pm — we were doing a project). And after we finished two of us were walking down old main. And we were just talking and joking but then we heard a bang behind us. So we turned around and caught a glimpse of a man going the other direction. I’ve never ran out of a building that fast, and I still avoid that part of the hallway as much as possible.

  5. ur home boy pauly d  |  

    OK so like yesterdsay me and my friend weere doing hw and its was 5 30 or smthing like that ,, anyways we wer waliking through the 2nd floor of old main and it was really dark by this time, we heard a really loud bang and we ran like hell , hioy shit , , i mean like while we were running we saw someone standing at the end of the hallway i almost pissed my pant

  6. I went to school there and its tolly hunted near the upstars computer lab
    I was in there i herd foot steps in the hallway Then i felt some one taping me on tne shoulder and i looked the sperat was gone but i did herd some voices in tne hallway and the hallway was empty

    I wnet to school at chandler high school from 98 to 2002

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