Green’s Corners School, built in 1825, is one of only a few One Room School Houses remaining in America of the over 212,000 existing in the early 1900's. This school is the only one remaining in the Town of Glenville and is the oldest of the few remaining in Schenectady County and surrounding Counties of Saratoga, Montgomery, Fulton, Schoharie and Albany.

During the restoration work we started in November of 2013 we uncovered original horizontal hand planed pine boards some up to 20” wide with names and initials carved into the boards. On the exterior children carved the bricks all around the 20’ x 24’ brick walls. So adding a new porch with steps and possibly a ramp to the school with engraved pavers fits very well with the restoration. 

Your purchase of an engraved brick would support renovations as well as support school trips to the Museum into the Future. The purchase is thru a 501c3 foundation and is tax deductible to the extent allowable by law.

Thank you for your support!

CLIP ART Collection