Louisiana and Indiana Avenue
Supporting the preservation and appreciation of Perrysburg's historic architectural heritage
In 1868, nearly 20 years after it was built, the original school building structure was enlarged and drastically remodeled to this version with three stories, a new bell tower, and brick outer walls. It had six classrooms, a laboratory, an office, and two recitation rooms. In 1894, the school burned down. Rebuilding began quickly, and classes continued in the Town Hall in the interim.
Louisiana Ave between Indiana and Fifth Street