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J. C. Price High School

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NRHP Reference #  10000208
Added to NRHP  21 April 2010
Area  4 ha
J. C. Price High School
Location  1300-1400 W. Bank St., Salisbury, North Carolina
Built  1932 (1932), 1947, 1969
Address  W Bank St, Salisbury, NC 28144, USA
Architectural styles  Colonial Revival architecture, Modern architecture
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J.C. Price High School, also known as the Joseph Charles Price High School, is a historic high school complex located at Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina. The complex consists of four symmetrically positioned one-story brick buildings built between 1931 and 1957. The original building was built in 1931-1932, and is an "H"-shaped, Colonial Revival style brick building. The Rosenwald Fund supported the construction of the school with a building grant of $5,300. A classroom building was built parallel to the original building in 1956-1957, a gymnasium was built in 1951, and cafeteria in 1956-1957. J. C. Price High School was originally housed in the Monroe Street School. The school served as Salisbury’s high school for African-American students from 1932 through the 1968-1969 school year.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010.


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