Caesar Creek School, located in Caesar Creek Township in rural Greene County, Ohio, was constructed as a high school in 1908.1 It began serving elementary students in 1927, and a small addition was constructed in 1957 that included two classrooms, two indoor restrooms and a gymnasium. Caesar Creek closed in 1967 and was sold to George Gragsby, a local farmer.2

A minister attempted to convert the school into a private residence two years after the school’s closure but was unsuccessful in his attempts due to local zoning code. The building is currently for sale.


  • Name: Caesar Creek Township School
  • Location: Greene County, Ohio
  • Years of Significance: 1908, 1957
  • Status: Abandoned


  1. Cornerstone.
  2. Gragsby, George. Personal interview. 29 Oct. 2011.