|School||Address||Principal/year accredited. (if known)|
|Ayden||1301 S. Lee St./Ayden||J.W. Ormand/1938|
|Bethel Union||Barnhill St./Bethel||/1940|
|Bruce-Falkland or Foreman School||Southwood Farm/Falkland (there was also Tram Road School; originally all on Tram Road)||Used until 1958|
|Cherry Lane||504 Ford St./Greenville||S.A. Bowe|
|Pitt County Training School/ GR Whitfield||/Grimesland|
|H.B. Sugg||805 S. Main St./Farmville||H.B. Sugg|
|Fountain (later on N. Fountain; in Fountain, NC)||901 S. Main St./Farmville||Chas M. Suggs/1934|
|Grifton||829 East Avenue/Ayden|
|Haddock||801 Bancroft Ave./Greenville||Chas M. Anderson|
|Nichols/ Bell Arthur||1400 E. Fleming St./Greenville||Famey Moore|
|Sallie Branch||415 Nash St./Greenville||Mattie King/1924|
|Simpson||Virginia St./Grimesland Township||Lafayette Williams|
|Stokes||911 RR. St./Greenville|
|Winterville (W.H. Robinson as of 1970s)||1225 Davenport St./Greenville||J.W. Maye|
|Eppes||1600 W. 5th St./Greenville||W.H. Davenport/1928|
|Fleming St. (Sadie Saulter by ’72)||Fleming St./Greenville||Sadie Saulter|
|South Greenville||Howell St. (as of ’72) Greenville||Lena B. Brown/1957|
|St. Gabriel’s||1101 Ward St./Greenville||Sister Paschal|
|The Industrial Graded School||Corner of Broadway and Fleming/Greenville|
|Warren’s Chapel||Winterville||Luvenia S. Latham|
*Number of Rosenwald-funded schools constructed in Pitt County unknown. Several “Negro” schools were merged into what were “White” schools by the time of desegregation; some have been destroyed or no longer exist in the original physical locations.
The Historic Architecture of Pitt County, North Carolina (Joyner NC stacks)
The Architecture Heritage of Greenville, NC. Michael Cotter. 1988, Greenville Area Preservation Association.
Education Directory of North Carolina (1958-1959, 1972-1973). NCDPI.
Prepared by Adam King, MAT Student, ECU
Note: Alumni from schools listed in red have contacted us and wish to be interviewed.