List of Octagonal Buildings and Structures in The United States - Schools and Colleges

Schools and Colleges

  • The "Bee Hive", a former schoolhouse built by Quakers in 1859 in Skaneateles, New York
  • Birmingham Friends Meetinghouse and Octagonal School, Birmingham Township, Pennsylvania
  • Charter Oak Schoolhouse, Schuline, Illinois
  • Florence Corners School, Florence, Ohio
  • Hood Octagonal School, Newtown Township (Delaware Co.), Pennsylvania
  • Modern Times School, Brentwood, New York
  • Octagonal Schoolhouse (Cowgill's Corner, Delaware)
  • Octagonal Schoolhouse (Essex, New York)
  • Octagon Stone Schoolhouse, South Canaan, Pennsylvania
  • Sheldon Jackson School, Sitka, Alaska
  • Sodom Schoolhouse, Montandon, Pennsylvania
  • Wrightstown Octagonal Schoolhouse, Wrightstown, Pennsylvania

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