In 1928, the Madison County School Board erected a new two-room school structure where the old building stood, using the Rosenwald School Plan No. 20, leaving the industrial room off the new building. In 1929, $750 in monies came from Read More ...
Thanks to the work of pioneering grassroots activists and the National Trust’s Rosenwald Schools Initiative, Rosenwald schools have begun to be identified, preserved and celebrated.
Key to the success of the rehabilitation of the Historic Mars Hill Anderson Rosenwald School is the outstanding support provided by Madison County Schools, Mars Hill University, and the dedication of the Friends of the Anderson Rosenwald School. Grants are being sought to help preserve the 100 year-old school and return it to an active role at the center of the community.
Due to the pandemic, we will have our November Friends meeting via Zoom on Friday, November 20, 2020 from 1-3 p.m. Please note that you can join the Zoom meeting via your phone, voice only, ... Read More
It is with a very sad and broken heart that Willa Wyatt shared the news that our precious friend and Rosenwald School Alumni, Charity Ray, has passed away. Richard Dillingham, who had been visiting with ... Read More
Due to the pandemic, meetings were held, if needed, by conference call. Our next MHARS meeting is Friday, September 18, beginning at 1:00 PM at the Rosenwald School. We will be wearing masks and practicing ... Read More
In honor of Black History Month, and to recognize the importance of February 22, 1928*, we will host an Open House at the Mars Hill Anderson Rosenwald School on Friday, February 21, 2020 from 2-5 ... Read More
Our next meeting takes place Friday, October 4, 2019 beginning at 10:00 AM at the Mars Hill Anderson Rosenwald School, 225 Mount Olive Drive, Mars Hill, NC. This will be our October meeting. The agenda ... Read More