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 Closed or Transitioned Schools

 

        1. Academy for New Americans, 5090 East Church – Opened in 2004 closed in 2009

      1. Addams Junior High, located at Addams Campus, 2117 W. McKinley Ave.

    • Adult School Annex Defense Training Classes – 2400 Kern Street (1941)

    • Arlington Heights School – built for a Fresno subdivision of the same name

    • Belmont School - Fresno and Belmont

    • Berton Einstein School, comer of Echo and Belmont

    • Burroughs Annex, 900 North First St.   Opened in 1983 - closed in 1994  This school housed students in portable classrooms, which were transferred to Miguel Hidalgo Elementary when it opened.

    • Edith Cook TMR

    • College Elementary School – Fresno State College Campus, Weldon Avenue (1941-1951)

    • Dailey Elementary closed 8/29/2007 - opened as Dailey Charter School 

    • Dewolf West High, 2004 East Cambridge Ave. - closed 6/30/2007

    • Emerson Elementary - 2136 Santa Clara, corner of Van Ness & Santa Clara - school photos

    • Benjamin Franklin Elementary – 1189 Martin Avenue (Martin & Mariposa).  Moved to California and Walnut - school photo

    • Fresno Adult School – 4472 E. Tulare address (1957); was also located at 102 E. Clinton in the 1980's; main office was located at 3333 N. Bond in 1996, with satellite locations throughout the city

    • Fresno Jr. College – 1430 O Street (1951), 1101 University Ave. (1957)

    • Fresno Technical School – O Street between Tuolumne & Stanislaus (1928)

    • George Washington Carver Elementary, 2463 S. Fig Street -  Carver Elementary information-photographs

    • Hawthorne School - 2425 Fresno Street

    • Hamilton Junior High School changed to Hamilton Freshman and also served as Fresno Adult School (1980's)

    • Heckman Elementary, 3335 N. Arthur – Closed 6/30/1989 and changed to Phoenix Academy

    • Hoover Continuation - 2004 East Cambridge – Closed 1/20/1995

    • Irwin Junior High, 2340 S. Fairview Ave – transitioned to Computech Middle School

    • Lafayette School - 1606 Princeton Ave., Blackstone and Clinton - formerly Poppy Street School (1914) - school photos

    • Longfellow Jr. High - 868 Hazelwood Blvd, between El Monte Way & Lowe Ave. - school photo

    • Locan District School (during fruit packing season only)

    • K Street School - Southeast corner of K and Santa Clara

    • KIPP Academy Fresno, 2445 West Dakota Ave., closed 6/30/09  Building transferred to Phoenix Academy Secondary; now utilized as DeWolf Continuation High School (2015)

    • Kisling Center (Spec. Ed.), 6235 N. Brawley - closed in 1999

    • Kroeger School - Belmont and Echo

    • McLane Continuation, 4330 East Garland - closed in 1991

    • New Horizon High, 3335 North Arthur Ave. - closed 6/30/2007

    • Newcomer's Program School, 102 E. Clinton Ave. - closed 3/6/1985

    • NorthStar High School Academy, 3224 East Central Ave. (Konkle site)  Opened 4/1/2002 – closed 4/14/2005

    • Opportunity School, 102 East Clinton Ave., closed 12/18/1992  

    • Parental School – B & San Joaquin (1938)

    • Pinnacle Middle School Academy, 606 W. Dakota - opened 8/19/2001, closed 9/23/2004  

    • Teachers High School - Merced and Tuolumne

    • Roosevelt Continuation, 4250 East Tulare St. - closed 2007  

    • Sierra Middle School to Sierra Freshman School to Duncan Polytechnical High School

    • Snyder Continuation – Merced between N & O Streets (1928), moved to Stanislaus & O (1938)

    • Southeast Middle School, 5090 East Church – housed students for Terronez Middle school from 1995 to 2000, presently housing Phoenix Secondary School (2015)

    • Sunshine School – 130 N. Mariposa

    • Teilman School – 11 S. Teilman, Divisadero & Teilman

    • Washington Grammar School - 735 Glenn Avenue (1904) transition to Washington Junior High (1907)

    • White School, also known as Central School, located where the Memorial Auditorium is today - original name of Fresno High School

    • Year-round Achievement Center at Southeast, 5090 East Church - opened in 2001, closed 2005

 

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