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Photographer:AbandonedOK TeamBilly DixonDavid LindeJohnny FletcherSaraNearGuthrieWendi & AmandaMichael Schwarz •Mary Evans

It’s Back-to-School at Abandoned Oklahoma so what better way than to feature our collection of abandoned schools!

Subscription schools were the first schools in Oklahoma Territory, but public schools began to emerge in the 1890s, shortly before 1907 statehood. By 1909, Oklahoma City had ten public school buildings. By 1930 the city had three high schools, six junior high schools, and 51 elementary schools with an enrollment of 38,593.



Gateway Academy
Skedee School
New Horizon School
Villa Teresa Catholic School
Dunjee School Gym
Pawnee Indian School
Taft Stadium
Waukomis School
Washington School of Shawnee
John Marshall High School
L.E. Rader Juvenile Detention Center
Mount St. Mary’s High School (4th Floor)
Sunset Elementry REVISITED
Dunjee School – After Fire
Sunnyside School
Concho Indian School
Colony Public School
Harjo Consolidated District No.5
Rosenwald Hall
Hissom Memorial Center REVISITED
Fort Sill Indian School
Lovell School
Pharoah High School
Bird Creek School
Chilocco Indian School REVISITED
Wheatley School
Washington Elementary
Lynn Lane School
Checotah School
Dunjee School
Star School
Jefferson Davis School
Thomas A Edison School
Riley Elementary School
Truman Elementary School
Arcadia School of Environmental Studies
Lone Star Elementary School
Page Woodson REVISITED
Norfolk School