List of Rosenwald schools

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This is a list of notable Rosenwald Schools, from Texas to Virginia, from Florida to Oklahoma. There once were 5,000 or so Rosenwald Schools in the United States, primarily serving Black Americans. At least 58 of these schools are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Notable examples listed by state include:

Alabama[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Bibb County Training School 1900 built
1975 ARLH-listed
Centreville, Alabama Formerly Centreville Industrial School[1]
Chilton County Training School 1924 built
2007 ARLH-listed
Clanton, Alabama
Merritt Rosenwald School 1922 built
1998 NRHP-listed
Midway, Alabama
Mobile County Training School 1880 built
1912, received Rosenwald Fund
800 Whitley St.
30°44′20″N 88°3′25″W / 30.73889°N 88.05694°W / 30.73889; -88.05694 (Mobile County Training School)
Mobile, Alabama MCTS is one of the last remaining active Rosenwald Schools.
Mount Sinai School 1919 built
2001 NRHP-listed
2001 ARLH-listed
1820 County Road 57 Autauga County, Alabama
New Hope Rosenwald School 1915 built
2001 NRHP-listed[2]
32°56′36″N 85°17′8″W / 32.94333°N 85.28556°W / 32.94333; -85.28556 (New Hope Rosenwald School) Fredonia, Alabama
Oak Grove School 1925 built
1998 NRHP-listed
32°32′48″N 87°40′48″W / 32.54667°N 87.68000°W / 32.54667; -87.68000 (Oak Grove School) Near Prairieville, Alabama
Pickensville Rosenwald School c. 1925 built
2010 ARLH-listed
254 Jim Locke Road Pickensville, Alabama
Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church and Rosenwald School c. 1922
2010 NRHP-listed
2006 ARLH-listed
near 7794 Highway 81 Notasulga, Alabama
Tankersley Rosenwald School 1922 built
2009 NRHP-listed
Hope Hull, Alabama

Arkansas[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Bigelow Rosenwald School 1926 built
2004 NRHP-listed
Jct. of AR 60 and Bethel AME Rd.
35°4′30″N 92°33′55″W / 35.07500°N 92.56528°W / 35.07500; -92.56528 (Bigelow Rosenwald School)
Toad Suck, Arkansas
Dallas County Training School High School Building 1931 built
2004 NRHP-listed
934 Center Street Fordyce, Arkansas
Malvern Rosenwald School 1929 built

2005 NRHP-listed

836 Acme Street
34°21′45″N 92°49′18″W / 34.36250°N 92.82167°W / 34.36250; -92.82167 (Malvern Rosenwald School)
Malvern, Arkansas [2]
Mt. Olive Rosenwald School 1927 built
2004 NRHP-listed
Bradley Rd. 45
33°25′41″N 92°3′33″W / 33.42806°N 92.05917°W / 33.42806; -92.05917 (Mt. Olive Rosenwald School)
Mount Olive, Bradley County, Arkansas Includes Colonial Revival architecture
Oak Grove Rosenwald School 1926 built
2004 NRHP-listed
Oak Grove Rd Oak Grove, Arkansas [2]
Rosenwald School 1938 built
1990 NRHP-listed
34°2′13″N 93°27′17″W / 34.03694°N 93.45472°W / 34.03694; -93.45472 (Rosenwald School (Delight, Arkansas)) near Delight, Arkansas
Selma Rosenwald School 1924 built
2006 NRHP-listed
Selma-Collins Rd. Selma, Arkansas [2]

Florida[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Cocoa Junior High School 1824 built
2019 NRHP-listed
307 Blake Avenue Cocoa, Florida
Milner-Rosenwald Academy 1926 built
2009 Florida Historic Marker
1560 Highland Street Mount Dora, Florida
Okahumpka Rosenwald School 1929 built
2022 NRHP-listed
27908 Virgil Hawkins Circle Okahumpka, Florida [2]
Orange City Colored School 1925 built
2003 NRHP-listed
200 E. Blue Springs Avenue Orange City, Florida [3]
Pompano Colored School 1928 built 718 NW Sixth Street Pompano Beach, Florida demolished in 1972 and the site is now Coleman Park
The Rosenwald School 624 Bay Street (now Avenue) Panama City, Florida Building stands but is not in use as a school.[4] No relation to current Rosenwald High School in Panama City.

Georgia (U.S. state)[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Beulah Rucker House-School 1915 built

1995 NRHP-listed

Gainesville, Georgia
Cusseta Industrial High School 2011 NRHP-listed 113 Sandy Road Cusseta, Georgia
Dewberry School Rossville, Georgia [5]
Eleanor Roosevelt School 1936 built
2010 NRHP-listed
350 Parham Street Warm Springs, Georgia also known as the Eleanor Roosevelt Vocational School for Colored Youth, and Warm Springs Negro School[6]
Hamilton High School 1924 built Scottdale, Georgia Formerly Avondale Colored School, and Avondale Elementary and High School
Hiram Colored School 1930 built

2001 NRHP-listed

Hiram, Georgia
Thomas Jefferson Elder High and Industrial School 1927–1928 built
1981 NRHP-listed
316 Hall Street Sandersville, Georgia

Kentucky[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Cadentown School c. 1879 built
1917 Rosenwald Fund
705 Caden Lane Lexington, Kentucky
Cedar Grove Rosenwald School 1928 built
2002 NRHP-listed
Olmstead, Kentucky [2]
Douglass School 1929 built 465 Price Road Lexington, Kentucky
Mays Lick Negro School 1921 built
2018 NRHP-listed
5003 Raymond Road Mays Lick, Kentucky
Rosenwald School 1926 built
1963 closed[7]
Fulton, Kentucky
Union Station School (Paducah, Kentucky) 1928 built
2011 NRHP-listed
3138 Roosevelt Drive (also known as 3138 Flagman St.) Paducah, Kentucky [8]

Louisiana[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Community Rosenwald School 1928–1929 built
2009 NRHP-listed
460 State Rte 3015 Grand Cane, Louisiana NRHP-listed[2]
Beauregard Parish Training School 1911 founded
1929 built (2nd building)
1996 NRHP-listed
DeRidder, Louisiana
Longstreet Rosenwald School 1924 built
2009 NRHP-listed
Longstreet, Louisiana NRHP-listed[2]
Plaisance Rosenwald School 1921 built
2004 NRHP-listed
3264 LA 167 Plaisance, Louisiana NRHP-listed[9]
Rosenwald High School 1922 built New Roads, Louisiana formerly New Roads High School

Maryland[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Freetown Rosenwald School 1924 built
2007 NRHP-listed
7825 Freetown Rd.
39°8′27″N 76°34′38″W / 39.14083°N 76.57722°W / 39.14083; -76.57722 (Freetown Rosenwald School)
Glen Burnie, Maryland
Galesville Rosenwald School 1929 built 916 West Benning Rd. Galesville, Maryland
Highland Park School Prince George's County, Maryland had been in continuous use by the school system, and was renovated for a Headstart Center.
Lula G. Scott Community Center 1921 built
2009 NRHP-listed
6243 Shady Side Rd.
39°50′8.07″N 76°30′48.81″W / 39.8355750°N 76.5135583°W / 39.8355750; -76.5135583 (Lula G. Scott Community Center)
Shady Side, Maryland
Marley Neck Rosenwald School 1927 built
2005 NRHP–listed
7780 Solley Road Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Norbeck School 1927 built Montgomery County, Maryland Locally designated historic site on Montgomery County's Master Plan for Historic Preservation
Queenstown Rosenwald School 1932 built
2009 NRHP-listed
430 Queenstown Rd.
39°8′41.65″N 76°39′8.5″W / 39.1449028°N 76.652361°W / 39.1449028; -76.652361 (Queenstown Rosenwald School)
Severn, Maryland
Ridgeley School 1927 built 8507 Central Avenue Capitol Heights, Maryland officially Colored School No. 1 of Prince George's County, now a museum.[10][11]
San Domingo School 1919 built
2007 NRHP-listed
11526 Old School Rd.
38°30′39″N 75°43′22″W / 38.51083°N 75.72278°W / 38.51083; -75.72278 (San Domingo School)
Sharptown, Maryland Also known as the Sharptown Colored School and Prince Hall Masons Unity Lodge No. 73 and now the San Domingo Community and Cultural Center.

Mississippi[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
George Washington Carver High School 1919 built Picayune, Mississippi Formerly Pearl River County Training School
Henderson High School 1927 built 200 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Drive W Starkville, Mississippi Formerly Oktibbeha County Training School
J.W. Randolph School 1928 built
2006 MS Landmark
315 Clark Avenue Pass Christian, Mississippi Since 2000, the building was no longer used as a school
Little Red Schoolhouse 1928 built Drew, Mississippi [12][13]
Sherman Line Rosenwald School 1928 built
2017 NRHP-listed
3021 Sherman Church Road Magnolia, Mississippi [14]

North Carolina[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Atkins High School 1931 built
1999 NRHP-listed
1215 N. Cameron Ave.
36°06′39″N 80°13′17″W / 36.11083°N 80.22139°W / 36.11083; -80.22139 (Atkins High School)
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Billingsville School 1927 built
1999 NRHP-listed
3100 Leroy St.
35°11′46″N 80°48′30″W / 35.19611°N 80.80833°W / 35.19611; -80.80833 (Billingsville School)
Charlotte, North Carolina
Central School 1926 built
1993 NRHP-listed
414 Watkins St.
35°42′38″N 79°48′14″W / 35.71056°N 79.80389°W / 35.71056; -79.80389 (Central School)
Asheboro, North Carolina
Coinjock Colored School 1920 built
2013 NRHP-listed
4358 Caratoke Hwy.
36°21′46″N 78°36′04″W / 36.36278°N 78.60111°W / 36.36278; -78.60111 (Coinjock Colored School)
Coinjock, North Carolina [15]
Concord School 1922 built
2018 NRHP-listed
645 Walter Grissom Rd.
36°9′47″N 78°22′47″W / 36.16306°N 78.37972°W / 36.16306; -78.37972 (Morgan School)
near Kittrell, North Carolina
Harnett County Training School 1922 built
1956 closed
2014 NRHP-listed
610 E. Johnson St.
35°18′40″N 78°36′02″W / 35.31111°N 78.60056°W / 35.31111; -78.60056 (Harnett County Training School)
Dunn, North Carolina [16]
J.C. Price High School 1931–1932 built
2010 NRHP-listed
1300-1400 W. Bank St.
35°40′37″N 80°29′07″W / 35.67694°N 80.48528°W / 35.67694; -80.48528 (J.C. Price High School)
Salisbury, North Carolina
Liberia School 1921–1922 built
2005 NRHP-listed
4.5 miles S of Warrenton, Sw side of NC 58
36°21′42″N 78°06′03″W / 36.36167°N 78.10083°W / 36.36167; -78.10083 (Liberia School)
Warrenton, North Carolina
Liberty Hill School (Ellerbe, North Carolina) 1930 built
2008 NRHP-listed
234 Covington Comm. Rd.
35°08′15″N 79°52′00″W / 35.13750°N 79.86667°W / 35.13750; -79.86667 (Liberty Hill School)
near Ellerbe, North Carolina
Lincoln Park School 1922 built
1997 NRHP-listed
1272 S. Currant St.
35°5′6″N 78°28′25″W / 35.08500°N 78.47361°W / 35.08500; -78.47361 (Lincoln Park School)
Pinebluff, North Carolina
Morgan School 1925–1926 built
2006 NRHP-listed
7427 Winters Rd.
35°49′18″N 78°8′14″W / 35.82167°N 78.13722°W / 35.82167; -78.13722 (Morgan School)
Bailey, North Carolina
Orange County Training School 1924 built 350 Caldwell Street Chapel Hill, North Carolina later known as Lincoln High School (1948–1966)
Panther Branch School 1926 built
2001 NRHP-listed
NC 2727, 0.5 miles (0.80 km) south of NC 183
35°37′59″N 78°38′28″W / 35.63306°N 78.64111°W / 35.63306; -78.64111 (Panther Branch School)
near Raleigh, North Carolina
Princeton Graded School 1925–1926 built
2005 NRHP-listed
601-611 W. Edwards St.
35°28′11″N 78°10′07″W / 35.46972°N 78.16861°W / 35.46972; -78.16861 (Princeton Graded School)
Princeton, North Carolina
Reid's Grove School 1927 built
2011 NRHP-listed
931 Main St.
36°25′04″N 78°45′29″W / 36.41778°N 78.75806°W / 36.41778; -78.75806 (Reid's Grove School)
near Gatesville, North Carolina [17]
Riley Hill School 1928 built
2001 NRHP-listed
NC 2320, 0.2 miles (0.32 km) east of NC 2318
35°51′34″N 78°24′59″W / 35.85944°N 78.41639°W / 35.85944; -78.41639 (Riley Hill School)
Wendell, North Carolina
Russell School (Durham, North Carolina) 1926–1927 built
2009 NRHP-listed
2001 St. Mary's Rd.
36°7′24″N 78°56′45″W / 36.12333°N 78.94583°W / 36.12333; -78.94583 (Russell School)
near Durham, North Carolina
Siloam School 1920 built
2007 NRHP-listed
W side of Mallard Highlands Dr, Approx. 0.25 mi. S from jct. of John Adams Rd.,
35°20′10″N 80°44′20″W / 35.33611°N 80.73889°W / 35.33611; -80.73889 (Siloam School)
Charlotte, North Carolina
Snow Hill Colored High School 1925 built
2003 NRHP-listed
602A W. Harper St.
35°26′58″N 77°20′52″W / 35.44944°N 77.34778°W / 35.44944; -77.34778 (Snow Hill Colored High School)
Snow Hill, North Carolina also known as Greene County Colored Training School and Rosenwald Center for Cultural Enrichment
St. Matthews School 1922 built
2001 NRHP-listed
US 401, 0.5 miles (0.80 km) northeast of NC 2213
35°51′37″N 78°33′41″W / 35.86028°N 78.56139°W / 35.86028; -78.56139 (St. Matthews School)
near Raleigh, North Carolina
Walnut Cove Colored School 1921 built
1995 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Brook and Dalton Sts., NW corner
36°18′12″N 80°08′39″W / 36.30333°N 80.14417°W / 36.30333; -80.14417 (Walnut Cove Colored School)
Walnut Cove, North Carolina won an award for its rehabilitation for use as a senior citizens' community center
Ware Creek School 1921 built
1996 NRHP-listed
East side of NC 1103, .3 miles southeast of junction with NC 1112
35°25′12″N 76°56′19″W / 35.42000°N 76.93861°W / 35.42000; -76.93861 (Ware Creek School)
Blounts Creek, North Carolina
Warren County Training School 1931 built
2006 NRHP-listed
East side of NC 1300, 0.8 N of NC 1372
36°30′56″N 78°09′59″W / 36.51556°N 78.16639°W / 36.51556; -78.16639 (Warren County Training School)
Wise, North Carolina
W. E. B. DuBois School 1926 built
1993 NRHP-listed
536 Franklin St.
35°59′06″N 78°30′04″W / 35.98500°N 78.50111°W / 35.98500; -78.50111 (W. E. B. DuBois School)
Wake Forest, North Carolina
Williamston Colored School 1930–1931 built
2014 NRHP-listed
705 Washington St.
35°50′45″N 77°03′38″W / 35.84583°N 77.06056°W / 35.84583; -77.06056 (Williamston Colored School)
Williamston, North Carolina [18]
Zachariah School 1920 built
2005 NRHP-listed
NC 1239, 0.6 miles South of NC 1244
35°31′28″N 77°41′53″W / 35.52444°N 77.69806°W / 35.52444; -77.69806 (Zachariah School)
Greene County, North Carolina

Oklahoma[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Arbeka Rosenwald School 1929 built Arbeka, Oklahoma Also known as "Arbeka U.G. School #1"[19]
Douglass School 1907 built
2008 NRHP-listed
2011 closed
Lawton, Oklahoma Also known as "Fredrick Douglass School"[20]
Kiowa County Sep. #1 Hobart, Oklahoma
Lincoln Grade School Lehigh, Oklahoma
Pleasant Hill School McCurtain County, Oklahoma
Lima Rosenwald School 1921 built
1966 closed
1984 NRHP-listed
College Street Lima, Oklahoma
Union School Stella, Oklahoma

South Carolina[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Great Branch Teacherage 1924–1925 built
2007 NRHP-listed
Orangeburg, South Carolina NRHP-listed[2]
Hannah Rosenwald School 1924 built
2009 NRHP-listed
2890 Neeses Highway Newberry, South Carolina NRHP-listed[2]
Hope Rosenwald School 1925–1926 built
2007 NRHP-listed
1971 Hope Station Rd.
34°16′14″N 81°21′52″W / 34.27056°N 81.36444°W / 34.27056; -81.36444 (Hope Rosenwald School)
Near Pomaria, South Carolina Has Colonial Revival architecture.[2] Will be used as a community center
Hopewell Rosenwald School 1926 built
2010 NRHP-listed
Near Clarks Hill, South Carolina
Howard Junior High School 1925 built
2006 NRHP-listed
431 Shiloh St. Prosperity, South Carolina
Mt. Zion Rosenwald School 1925 built
2001 NRHP-listed
Near Florence, South Carolina
Pine Grove Rosenwald School 1923 built
2009 NRHP-listed
937 Piney Woods Rd. Columbia, South Carolina
Retreat Rosenwald School 1923 built
2011 NRHP-listed
Westminster, South Carolina NRHP-listed[2]

Tennessee[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Allen-White School 2010 NRHP-listed Whiteville, Tennessee [2]
Cairo Rosenwald School 1922 built
1996 NRHP-listed
Zieglers Fort Rd., approximately 2.5 mi. S of TN 25
36°21′48″N 86°21′49″W / 36.36333°N 86.36361°W / 36.36333; -86.36361 (Cairo Rosenwald School)
Cairo, Tennessee [2]
Douglass High School 1911 founded
1928 built
301 Louis Street Kingsport, Tennessee
Durham's Chapel School 1923 built
2006 NRHP-listed
5055 Old TN 31E Bethpage, Tennessee
Free Hills Rosenwald School 1929 built
1996 NRHP-listed
Free Hills Rd., E of TN 52
36°33′49″N 85°29′23″W / 36.56361°N 85.48972°W / 36.56361; -85.48972 (Free Hills Rosenwald School)
Free Hill, Tennessee Free Hills Community Center in Free Hill, Tennessee. Free Hill is also known as Free Hills.
Gibson County Training School 1926 built
2012 NRHP-listed
1041 Harris Street Milan, Tennessee
Lincoln School 1925 built
1993 NRHP-listed
Pikeville, Tennessee
Pasquo School 1927 built 8534 Lewis Road Nashville, Tennessee As of 2018, a private residence

Texas[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Annie E. Colbert Rosenwald School 1927 built
231 S Colbert Street
30°02′46″N 94°52′45″W / 30.04611°N 94.87917°W / 30.04611; -94.87917 (Annie E. Colbert Rosenwald School)
Dayton, Texas
Hopewell School 1922 built
2015 NRHP-listed
690 State Highway 21 West
30°05′55″N 97°27′40.5″W / 30.09861°N 97.461250°W / 30.09861; -97.461250 (Hopewell School)
Cedar Creek, Texas
Lockhart Vocational High School 1923 built
1998 NRHP-listed
1104 E. Market St.
29°53′09″N 97°39′47″W / 29.88583°N 97.66306°W / 29.88583; -97.66306 (Lockhart Vocational High School)
Lockhart, Texas
Pleasant Hill School 1925 built
2004 NRHP-listed
2722 Farm Rd. 1399
33°3′11″N 94°23′46″W / 33.05306°N 94.39611°W / 33.05306; -94.39611 (Pleasant Hill School (Linden, Texas))
Linden, Texas
Sweet Home Vocational and Agricultural High School 1924 built
1998 NRHP-listed
10 mi (16 km). S of Seguin on Sweet Home Rd.
29°27′40″N 98°02′21″W / 29.46111°N 98.03917°W / 29.46111; -98.03917 (Sweet Home Vocational and Agricultural High School)
Seguin, Texas

Virginia[edit]

Name Image Dates Location City, State Description
Buckingham Training School 1932 built 245 Camden Street Dillwyn, Virginia
Courtland School c. 1928 built
2016 NRHP-listed
25499 Florence Street Courtland, Virginia
Dry Bridge School 1928 built
2009 NRHP-listed

2008 Virginia Landmarks Register-listed

1005 Jordan Street Martinsville, Virginia
East Suffolk Elementary School 1926–1927 built
2003 NRHP-listed
231 S. 7th St.
36°43′30″N 76°33′51″W / 36.72500°N 76.56417°W / 36.72500; -76.56417 (East Suffolk Elementary School)
Suffolk, Virginia [2]
Fauquier Training School 1923 built
1938 burned down
2715 Dogtown Rd Goochland, Virginia Replaced by Central High School at 2748 Dogtown Rd.
First Union School (Crozier, Virginia)
1926 built
2009 NRHP-listed
1522 Old Mill Rd Crozier, Virginia
Greensville County Training School 1929 built
2005 VLR-listed
2006 NRHP-listed
105 Ruffin Street Emporia, Virginia Formerly Greensville County Learning Center
Martinsville Training School 1871 built
1920 Rosenwald Fund
Martinsville, Virginia The Ruffner Institute, later known as Martinsville High School
Nansemond County Training School 1924 built
2004 NRHP-listed
9307 Southwestern Blvd.
36°38′22″N 76°48′16″W / 36.63944°N 76.80444°W / 36.63944; -76.80444 (Nansemond County Training School)
Suffolk, Virginia [2]
Salem School 1923–1924 built
1998 VLR-listed
1998 NRHP-listed
Jct. of Rtes. 608 and 632 Red Oak, Virginia
Scrabble School 1921–1922 built
2007 NRHP-listed
111 Scrabble Rd.
38°35′02″N 78°8′58″W / 38.58389°N 78.14944°W / 38.58389; -78.14944 (Second Union School)
Castleton, Virginia [2]
Second Union School 1918 built
2006 NRHP-listed
2787 Hadensville Fife Rd.
37°45′52″N 78°3′10″W / 37.76444°N 78.05278°W / 37.76444; -78.05278 (Second Union School)
Goochland, Virginia [2]
Shady Grove School 1925 built
2009 VLR-listed
2009 NRHP-listed
Louisa County, Virginia
St. John Rosenwald School 1920s buit 1569 St. John Rd. Albemarle County, Virginia In 2023, now the St. John Family Life and Fitness Center, Gordonsville.[21]
St. Paul's School 1917 built
2003 VLR-listed
2004 NRHP-listed
Brunswick Drive at I-85 Meredithville, Virginia
Switchback School 1924–1925 built
2013 VLR-listed
2013 NRHP-listed
210 Pinehurst Heights Road near Hot Springs, Virginia Formerly Union Hurst School
Washington Graded School 1923–1924 built
2019 NRHP-listed
267 Piedmont Avenue
38°42′47″N 78°9′53″W / 38.71306°N 78.16472°W / 38.71306; -78.16472 (Washington School)
Washington, Virginia [2]
Woodville School 1923 built
2003 VLR-listed
2004 NRHP-listed
4310 George Washington Memorial Highway Ordinary, Virginia

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