Harrington High School
In 1928, a wing built along side the brick school building that was constructed in 1910. It was designed to hold an additional 150 students and faculty was constructed. Above the door you can see the words High School.
By 1956, another wing was again constructed to house the ever-growing student population.
The final construction on this building occurred in 1963 when the original school structure that had been built in 1910 was razed in order to construct W. T. Chipman Junior High School.
The last change to this entire complex occurred in 2008, when once again a new school, this time for the elementary grades, was opened.