Frederick Douglass High School (Columbia, Missouri)

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Fredrick Douglass High School
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Location
1310 North Providence Road
Columbia, Missouri 65203

United States
Information
Type Public Secondary
Established 1916[1]
School district Columbia Public Schools
Principal Mrs. Eryca Neville[2]
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 108[3]
Campus type Urban
Color(s) Blue and White
Athletics Basketball
Athletics conference Independent
Mascot Bulldog
Information (573) 214-3680
Website
Fred Douglass School
Frederick Douglass High School (Columbia, Missouri) is located in Missouri
Frederick Douglass High School (Columbia, Missouri)
Location Columbia, Missouri
Coordinates 38°57′18″N 92°19′59″W / 38.95500°N 92.33306°W / 38.95500; -92.33306Coordinates: 38°57′18″N 92°19′59″W / 38.95500°N 92.33306°W / 38.95500; -92.33306
Built 1917
Architect Unknown
Architectural style Classical Revival
Governing body Local
MPS Social Institutions of Columbia's Black Community TR
NRHP Reference # 80002310[4]
Added to NRHP September 4, 1980
For the historical segregated high school in the St. Louis area, see Douglass High School (Missouri).

Frederick Douglass High School is an alternative public high school located in Columbia, Missouri. Douglass enrolls students 9-12 from throughout the Columbia Public Schools District. The school competes in MSHSAA 4A. Their sports include: Basketball, Track and Field. The school differs from a regular high school because of program including child development and parenting classes, Day care facility, Work study programs, and a hands-on approach.

The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 as Fred Douglass School.[4]

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