Virginia Department of Historic Resources
The structure of the school consists of a stone foundation and one-foot-thick walls of locally quarried sandstone.
    The outward surfaces of the sharply squared stone blocks are roughly cut in a rustic fashion and laid in distinct courses.
    The stones are all cut to the same height but in random lengths, with the longer ones being 2-to-3 feet across and the shortest 4-to-5 inches.
    They present a random color pattern in a wide palette of natural shades of pink, orange, tan and gray.  (2008 photo)
 
 Flat Gap High School