Other School Listings

The Lauderdale County schools below are referenced in various sources; in most cases, however, they no longer exist. 

County Schools as listed in the 1933 - 1934 Financial Report of the Lauderdale County Board of Education.

 

District 1

Anderson [2 schools, white and colored]    

Confluence    

Cross Roads    

Good Springs [colored]
Grassy    

Hammond    

Haraway    

Howard
Lauderdale County High School

Lexington    

Mt. Olive [colored]    

Mt. Pleasant
Oliver

Portertown

Rogersville Public School    

Sweet Gum
Springfield    

Whitehead     
 

District 2

Alabama    

Antioch    

Atlas    

Blackburn [colored]
Bailey's Chapel    

Center Star [2 schools, white and colored]    

Ebenezer    

Green Hill [2 schools, white and colored.]
Killen [2 schools, white and colored]    

McGee    

Mt Zion [white]    

Myrick [2 schools, white and colored.]
New Hope    

Palestine    

Pisgah [colored]    

Pleasant Valley
Pruitton    

Wilson     
 

District 3
Bethel [colored]    

Beulah    

Burcham Valley    

Cedar Grove
Central High    

Cloverdale [2 schools, white and colored]    

Coffee [colored]    

Elting
Fairview    

Hewitt's [colored]    

Hopewell [colored]    

Jackson
Jacksonburg    

Kilburn    

Lovelace    

Mars Hill
Mt. Zion [colored]    

Oakland [2 schools, white and colored.]    

Ray    

Shiloh [colored]
St. Florian    

Stony Point    

Threets    

Underwood     

Warren    

Weeden     
 

District 4
Dabney    

Gravelly Springs    

Graham    

Kendall
Macedonia    

Rhodesville    

Smithsonia [2 schools, white and colored.]    

Shaws
Union Hollow    

Wright    

Waterloo [2 schools, white and colored.]     
 

Schools listed by Jill K. Garrett in her History of Lauderdale County but not included in 1933-34 brochure above

 

Bethel Grove    

Brush Arbor    

Bumpass Creek
Comas    

Little Zion    

Lone Cedar
McNary    

Panther Creek    

Rogers
Romine    

Union    

Woodland
 

School names mentioned in Sandra Sockwell's Doctoral Thesis "Place Names of Colbert and Lauderdale Counties, Alabama" (a copy of which is located in the Genealogy-History room of the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library). The following are those schools, some of which are not located elsewhere by the same name.

Rocky Knoll & Green Tree, p.492  (T3 R12, 1900 - 1929)    

Ray, p. 492  (T3 R12, ca 1929 - 1949)    

Rock Primitive Baptist Church [Black], p. 491  (S18 T3 R 11, 1915)
Jerusalem [Black], p. 492  (1915)                                                                 

Brown's Chapel Methodist Church and School, p. 113    

Anderson Rosenwald, [Black], p. 59
West End High School [Black, aka Oakland Colored School] p. 59    

Antioch, p. 61    

Arkdell, p. 62
Atlas, aka Comer School, p. 65    

Bailey's Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church and School, p. 67    

Old Bethel School, p. 435
(New) Bethlehem School, p. 91    

Beulah, p. 92    

Brotherick, p. 113
Bush Arbor, p. 123    

Cedar Hill, p. 137