Bexley School is a white framed school house, which is made up of two classrooms and a small auditorium. It is one of the oldest public buildings in the George County. It was opened in 1914 and served as a school house for multiple grades until 1957. The rehab work started with carefully scraping and removing layers and layers of flaking paint. Crews then treated and refurbished the original tongue & groove walls and ceilings. The school house’s signature chalkboards and wooden floors were restored. Crews also installed new overhead lighting, ceiling fans, and electrical wiring. The County now maintains the historic building and rents it out as a community center for family reunions, birthday parties and receptions. It also currently serves as the voting precinct for the Bexley Community.
Address: 102 Bexley Road N
Contact Number: 601.247.2104
Hours of operation: Shown by appointment only (contact Community Development Director, Ken Flanagan)
Accessibility: wheelchair ramp