The Buckley Beagle was a student newspaper/school newsletter/yearbook hybrid. The 1959 shows a rendering of the proposed Stansbury campus.
The Mother’s Club is established in 1958, also known as the “Buckley Bees.”
The first Buckley Fair was first held in 1956 on the Hayvenhurst campus. The tradition continued through the 1980s (shown here) at the Stansbury campus on Gilley Field.
Gilley Field, dedicated as Gilley Stadium, included a picnic lunch for all families.
A student displays his extensive coin collection at the 1964 Buckley hobby fair.
The 1937 kindergarten class was the first to graduate from “Mrs. Buckley’s Private Kindergarten,” which did not yet offer an elementary school program.
Buckley’s second campus at actor Robert Young’s “Sleepy Hollow” Tarzana ranch opened in 1942.
Prior to The Student Voice, Buckley’s newspaper was called the Griffin Gazette.
A plaque at the school proudly announced the 1958-1959 Honor Roll.
The class of 2016 (then first graders) march in the 2004 Founder’s Day Parade.
Students in the 2012 production of Oklahoma!
The 2007-2008 girls soccer team sits for their team portrait.
The class of 2007 poses in their college T-shirts for the first time – a tradition that still continues to this day.
Graduates of the fifth grade class of 1996, many of whom went on to become the Buckley graduating class of 2003!
The class of 2014 on the day of their eighth grade graduation.
Editors of the 1993 yearbook pay tribute to Buckley’s 60th anniversary.
Middle Schoolers eat lunch outside the Pavilion in the 90s.
Coach Obie (now known as Ms. Basmagian) stands with the 1976 girls varsity volleyball team
Buckley’s eight-man football program ran through the early 90s.
The 1967 Buckley Futurama event outlined the expansion of the Stansbury campus.
The Buckley cross country team warms up for a race in the early 2000s.
A local newspaper reports on Buckley Futurama.
Friends celebrate at the Buckley Fair in the early 1990s.
Students in the early 2000s walk the corridor between the library and the administration building in the early 2000s.
Students gather in the Lower School Assembly Room in the early 2000s.
Mrs. Tobocco greets students before school in 1971.
Buckley’s boys volleyball team continued through the late 80s.
Middle School students attend their Outdoor Education trip.
Upper School students gather for a group photo during their Outdoor Education trip.
Lower School students take PE on the elementary playground in 1991.
Fifth grade homeroom class poses for a photo.
Buckley celebrates during a football game on Gilley Field January of 1974
Students in class during the early 2000s.
The tuition breakdown for the 1982-1983 school year
The class of 1975 at their graduation ceremony.
Students gather in the circle for the 1992 U.S. Presidential election.
Students celebrate after graduation in the early 2000s.
The front a kindergarten report card from the 1970s.
A patch was required to be on every Buckley uniform blazer.
The physical education department in the early 1980s.
Kiril Donnelly, Dr. Buckley, and Ellen Buckley sit in the Foyer an event honoring Dr. Buckley in 1985.
Irrigation lines are laid under Gilley Field during construction in the early 70s.
Isabelle Buckley dresses up for Halloween.
A kindergarten progress report from the 1970s.
Kindergarten students sit for their class yearbook picture in the Lower School Assembly Room.
Dr. Buckley sits at her desk in the 1970s.
The front of the Stansbury campus, circa 1970.
Isabelle Buckley and Jean Strom (at right) at Dr. Buckley’s honorary doctoral presentation ceremony in 1979.
Community outreach was always an important part of Buckley culture.
A proof sheet taken for the yearbook in the early 1960s.
The 50th anniversary tribute book included well-wishes to the school from families, students, and friends in the community.
Basketball playbook from a 1967 game against Brentwood.
The 1964 issue of The Buckley Beagle depicts how students today still feel about the end of the school year!
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