Hall of the Divine Child

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Hall of the Divine Child
Hall of the Divine Child as seen in 2009
Address
810 West Elm Avenue
Coordinates 41°55′18″N 83°24′19″W / 41.92167°N 83.40528°W / 41.92167; -83.40528 (Hall of the Divine Child (Norman Towers))Coordinates: 41°55′18″N 83°24′19″W / 41.92167°N 83.40528°W / 41.92167; -83.40528 (Hall of the Divine Child (Norman Towers))
Information
Denomination Roman Catholic
Founded 1918
Closed 1980
Ownership Sisters, Servants of the IHM

The Hall of the Divine Child was a kindergarten through eighth grade boarding school in Monroe, Michigan. It was built in 1918, and closed in 1980, with the building being turned into the "Norman Towers".

The school was run by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. [1]

References[edit]

  • Monroe Evening News, November 14, 2004