There is no reliable date in which the school stopped operating. Seebert Lane Colored School played a significant role in educating the local black youth around the Pocahontas area. Students would have to go to Riverside High School in Randolph County. Riverside High School served African American students from 1906-1954.
Through the 1939-1940 the Board of Education report listed seven operating African American schools. It was not until the Brown v. Board of Education that led to the integration of public schools. After this decision black schools were abandoned as students relocated to previously all-white schools. Seebert Lane was one of the only surviving schools buildings for African American students.