Go to school in a one room school house and discover what it was like to go to school in 1925. Can you imagine all grades being in one room? Practice your math and reading skills.
The Kohrville Schoolhouse was the last African American schoolhouse used in the community up till 1966. First founded in the early 1890s the Kohrville area served freed slaves that were moving to the area after the Civil War.
Your school day just isn’t complete without playing some recess games. Bean Bag toss, yard darts, horseshoes, and even a game of graces are all waiting for you just outside the doors.
Schools don’t look like this anymore. Step back in time and compare our modern schools to an original 2 room school house.
Sit in one of our desks and start your math lesson taken from a 1920’s math book. Are you up to the challenge?
School wouldn’t be complete without recess. Corn cob yard darts, bean bag toss, or maybe sack races.
Practice your penmanship with our dip pens. Can you write a letter to a loved one this way?