The new high school was three stories and was located on the corner of 4th & D, facing City Park [Veterans Park]. With the new high school in place the old public school had more room for the elementary and junior high students.
The high school, along with the public school were closed October 1918 due to the outbreak of influenza in Spokane County. The schools re-opened in January, but closed for a week in February 1919 when there was a new outbreak of the disease.
In 1967, the district administration moved into the building as the old high school became Fisher Junior High. As the student population continued to grow through these years, the building at times housed elementary classes, as well as overflow high school and junior high classes.
After the high school moved into its new building in 1930, organizations such as the women's Tilicum Club helped to raise funds to re-establish a library at the Junior High School.
Work began to create a playground on the grounds in June 1934. A Playground committee raised funds to build and buy landscaping and equipment to create a playground for the Junior High School.
A room in the basement level became the first permanent home for the Cheney Historical Museum in January 1959.
In January 1972 the old school building was demolished and a new home for the Cheney Fire Department was built on the site.