Rockland High School (1909)

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Rockland High School
Historic Rockland High School, Rockland MA.jpg
Rockland High School
Rockland High School (1909) is located in Massachusetts
Rockland High School (1909)
Rockland High School (1909) is located in the US
Rockland High School (1909)
Location Rockland, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°8′56″N 70°55′5″W / 42.14889°N 70.91806°W / 42.14889; -70.91806Coordinates: 42°8′56″N 70°55′5″W / 42.14889°N 70.91806°W / 42.14889; -70.91806
Built 1909
Architect Cooper & Bailey; Frank Irving Cooper
Architectural style Colonial Revival
NRHP reference #

89000217

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Added to NRHP March 23, 1989

Rockland High School is a historic former high school building located at 349 Union Street in Rockland, Massachusetts. It was built in 1909 and served as the town's second high school until 1928.[2] It was later converted to lower grades and was known as McKinley School.[3] It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.

The building is now a community center - housing day care, pre-school and meeting spaces for Girl Scouts. The building housed Rockland's senior center prior to the construction of a new senior center on Plain Street.[4]

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