St. Clare Walker School Complex

The St. Clare Walker School Complex includes two historic Black school campuses along General Puller Highway, east of Cooks Corner in Middlesex County. The northern campus, St. Clare Walker High […]

Carver-Price School

Located in the Town of Appomattox, the Carver-Price School comprises a one-story, brick Rosenwald school constructed c. 1930, with substantial additions in 1951 and 1964, as well as several secondary […]

Pilot School

Pilot School, in the Little River area of Montgomery County, provided free education to local White students from its construction in 1921 through 1963 as part of Virginia’s public school […]

Granby Street Suburban Institutional Corridor

Encompassing approximately 60 acres just outside of downtown Norfolk, the Granby Street Suburban Institutional Corridor historic district is home to some of the city’s most impressive institutional architecture designed by […]

Cape Charles Rosenwald School

The Cape Charles Rosenwald School in Northampton County was one of thousands of schools constructed using Rosenwald Funds for African American students in the South during the Jim Crow era […]

Montross Historic District

The Montross Historic District extends in a linear fashion along Route 3/Kings Highway in the town of Montross, just east of the Westmoreland County boundary with neighboring Richmond County. Established […]

Pulaski High School

Pulaski High School is located within a small residential area off US Route 11, just northeast of downtown Pulaski. This two-story Georgian Revival building was originally constructed in 1937 as […]

Julius Rosenwald High School

The Julius Rosenwald High School, originally known as the Northumberland County Training School, was one of only seven two-story schools in Virginia constructed utilizing Tuskegee Institute designs for buildings that […]

Brown Grove Rural Historic District

The Brown Grove Rural Historic District is a historically African American community located south of the Town of Ashland. The district’s boundaries encompass two discontiguous areas near the geographic center […]

Calfee Training School

In 1939, with federal funding from the Public Works Administration, Pulaski County constructed the segregated Calfee Training School for the Town of Pulaski’s Black elementary school students. Significantly, the school’s […]