What year did Ronald Reagan start attending Dixon High School?
He began high school in 1924.
He was born in Tampico, Illinois, but the family moved several times before he was 9 years old when they moed to Dixon, Illinois, where he lived until he graduated from high school. Then he attended college in Eureka, Illinois, became a sportscaster in Des Moines, Iowa, and moved to Hollywood, California, in the mid 1930s.
Reagan was born in an apartment on the second floor of a commercial building in Tampico, Illinois on February 6, 1911. Reagan's family briefly lived in several towns and cities in Illinois, including Monmouth, Galesburg, and Chicago, in 1919, they returned to Tampico and lived above the H.C. Pitney Variety Store until finally settling in Dixon.
Ronald Reagan was born on February 6,1911,in Tampico,Illinois.He was the son of Jack and Nelle Reagan.In 1920,the Reagan family moved to Dixon,Illinois.In 1932,he graduated from Eureka College.In 1937,Reagan became a movie actor at Hollywood.In 1940,he got married to Jane Wyman.In 1941,their daughter Maureen was born.In 1945,Reagans son Michael was born.In 1947,he became the president of the Screen Actors Guild.In 1948,Ronald and Jane were divorced.In 1952,he got married to Nancy Davis.Later that year,their daughter Pat was…
Ronald Reagan was born on February 6,1911,in the small town of Tampico,Illinois.He was the son of Jack and Nelle Reagan.In 1920,he settled with his family in Dixon,Illinois.In 1926,he became a lifeguard.In 1928,he attended Eureka College.Four years later,in 1932,Reagan graduated from Eureka.Also in 1932,he became a sports announcer in Davenport,Iowa.In 1937,he became a movie actor at Hollywood in Los Angeles,California.In 1940,he got married to Jane Wyman.In 1941,Reagans daughter Maureen was born.In 1945,his son Michael was born.Two…
John F. Kennedy Kennedy was an excellent swimmer, but I am not sure that he ever was a life-guard, but maybe he was. Ronald Reagan was a life-guard for seven summers at city-owned Lowell Park swimming hole on the Rock River near Dixon, Illinois where he lived. He kept a record of how many people he saved and the number was 77 including his biographer, Edmund Morris.