Before the fire, the school was operated through the Freedman's Bureau, which employed Northern white teaches to come down to educate the students. This was needed because of the lack of teachers in the South willing to teach Negro students. After the fire in 1901, a new school was constructed in 1902. On May 23, 1914, a board of trustees was assigned to run the school and its property. One of their immediate tasks was to replace the school because it was poorly constructed and deteriorating. The new school, made of brick and other materials, was far more fire resistant.
In 1953, Stanton Senior School replaced the old name of the school and moved its location to 13th street. From 1969-1971, the new name, New Stanton Senior, began to develop its educational programs more to reflect its standards. Through 1980, it changed again to a magnet school serving gifted students throughout the county. In the 1990s, the school signed a lease with Edward Waters College of the AME church making it a private school providing education to black students.
Throughout the past few decades, the new Stanton College Preparatory School has advanced its education to young students grades 9-12 for college success. They offer a wide range of options from academics to activities. From its humble beginnings, this school has stood for strong values and principles that its name always stood for.