Built through a grassroots community effort, the Bruce Street School was the first African-American public school in DeKalb County. While the stone school (also known as “the old school building”) was built in the late 1930s, the Bruce Street School’s history of community-led education efforts goes back to the 1880s. The old school building ruins that remain stand as a legacy to African-American education in DeKalb County and the power of community.
ARABIA ALLIANCE – BRUCE STREET SCHOOL INFORMATIONAL PAGE LINK
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TAKE THE BRUCE STREET SCHOOL COMMUNITY SURVEY! HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD!
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