Denham Springs Collegiate Institute

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Denham Springs Collegiate Institute
Denham Springs, La, Livingston Parish
United States
Coordinates 30°29′23″N 90°57′37″W / 30.489634°N 90.960379°W / 30.489634; -90.960379
Type Boarding
Founded 1895
Founder Denham Springs Citizens
Closed 1908

The Denham Springs Collegiate Institute, was founded by a group of Denham Springs residents in 1895.[1] The structures were a large meeting hall and a smaller wooden framed building. It had a four-year curriculum. The school was located on the site of the existing First Presbyterian Church on N. College Dr.[1]

In 1908, the board gave the school buildings and its property to the Denham Springs public school system. Shortly thereafter, a two-story brick building was erected on the same site. This was the beginning of Denham Springs High School.[1]


  1. ^ a b c The members of the Livingston Parish American Revolution Bicentennial Committee in cooperation with the Livingston Parish Police Jury and the Louisiana American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (1976). The Free State - A History and Place-Names Study of Livingston Parish. 

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