This is a gallery of abandoned schools in West Virginia.
A gallery of abandoned schools in the United States.
The McDowell Vocational School is an abandoned vocational school in McDowell County, West Virginia.
Matewan High School was a public high school in the coalfields of West Virginia. It closed in 2011 because of declining enrollment and consolidation.
This is a gallery of abandoned schools in Kentucky.
St. Philomena School is an abandoned Catholic school in East Cleveland, Ohio.
The gymnasium at Padua Preparatory School is the last remnant of the Padua Minor Seminary and Preparatory School in New York.
Lew Wallace High School was a public high school for the Glen Park neighborhood in Gary, Indiana.
The Green Township Public School was located in Williamsburg, Indiana.
Willson School is an abandoned school along East 55th Street in Cleveland, Ohio.
C.M. Schwab Manual Training School is an abandoned industrial school near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is named after Charles M. Schwab, who rose through the ranks to become the president of the Carnegie Steel Company and then the president of the United States Steel Corporation.
Mountaindale High School is an abandoned circa 1932 school in Mountaindale, New York.
Burch High School is an abandoned high school in Delbarton, West Virginia.
Horace Mann School is an abandoned school in Gary, Indiana. It is named after a school reformer who believed that society could not exist without equal access to public education.
The now-demolished Greenbrier High School consisted of two distinct properties in Ronceverte, West Virginia.
Christopher Columbus Elementary School is an abandoned school in Chester, Pennsylvania.
George Wharton Pepper Middle School is an abandoned school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Fulton Elementary School is an architecturally significant but abandoned school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The United Theological Seminary is an abandoned seminary in Trotwood, Ohio.
Germantown High School is an abandoned high school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.