It was a charming red brick building that replaced the original school in 1934 and it has a simple look to it with Art Deco touches. Looking inside the windows takes one back in time. The high ceilings and use of woodwork helps cement the image of a mid century small town school. There's even some figures left on the old blackboard as if the teacher had written up a lesson and left it for some future class to work out.
The basement looked kind of creepy and one can almost picture being sent down there for detention ( And to scare the willies out of you ! ). As a final touch there's a huge rose bush right by the door that someone planted years ago perhaps to give the place a woman's touch? If you're ever in the area stop and pay homage to this relic of higher education.