Bridges School White

The Schoolhouse was constructed in 1870 by Benjamin Bridges, Jr. who established a school for local farm children. The school operated from 1870 to 1875. The teacher lived on the second floor, and classes were conducted on the first floor.

Bridges Schoolhouse is the oldest existing schoolhouse in eastern Loudoun County. The restoration of the building was completed in 2014.

A slideshow of the renovation project can be seen on YouTube.

Data provided by Loudoun County Parks and Rec.