A gallery of abandoned schools in the United States.
The West Virginia Institute of Technology’s original campus in Montgomery, West Virginia closed in 2016-17. Portions of the campus are used by a local community and technical college while others are abandoned.
The Lincoln School was constructed for the children of John J. Lincoln and for the children of managers of the Crozer Land Association in McDowell County, West Virginia.
The McDowell Vocational School is an abandoned vocational school in McDowell County, West Virginia.
Hazel Green Academy is a former private school that operated between 1880 and 1983 in the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Kentucky.
Olive Hill High School is a former school in downtown Olive Hill, Kentucky. Briefly abandoned, the buildings are being renovated to house storefronts and community space.
St. Michael School is an abandoned Catholic school in Pennsylvania that was infamous for its long-running Veronica’s Veil performance.
The Falling Spring District High School is an abandoned school in Greenbrier County, West Virginia.
Fairview School, designed by Henry E. Siter in the Romanesque Revival style, was built in 1888-90 in the Fairview neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Linwood Public School is a former school in the Linwood neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Windsor School is a former school located in the Walnut Hills neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.
The McKinley School is a restored circa 1876 and 1919 school along Eastern Avenue in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Ironton High School is an active school in Ironton, Ohio that was partly demolished and rebuilt between 2007 and 2010.
The Higginsport School is a formerly abandoned school under renovations in Higginsport, Ohio.
The Campton High School is a former high school in Campton, Kentucky. It was the first publicly funded high school in Wolfe County and constructed during the Great Depression with funding from the Federal Works Project Administration (WPA). It opened in 1942.
The Cape Charles Colored School served African-American children in Cape Charles, Virginia between 1930-66. The building was later reused as a seafood processing facility.
The Larimer School, named for William Larimer, Jr., who opened the first Conestoga wagon business in the area, is a former school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Larimer later moved west and founded Denver, Colorado, and Larimer City, Nebraska.
Lakin Industrial School for Colored Boys is a former reformatory school for African-Americans in Lakin, West Virginia.
The Millersburg Military Institute is a former military academy in Millersburg, Kentucky.
The Mt. Sterling High School is a former school turned assisted living facility, medical office and apartment complex in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky.