THE FUTURE OF THE HISTORIC MAURY HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING WILL BE THE TOPIC FOR THE UPCOMING GNL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2022
6:30 PM AT OHEF SHOLOM TEMPLE
530 RALEIGH AVENUE, NORFOLK, VA
Please join us on at the next Ghent Neighborhood League Member Meeting on October 19th for an important meeting to discuss the future of Maury High School. Norfolk School Board Vice Chairman Dr. Noelle Gabriel will share information on NSB’s planning process and recommendations. As a Civic League dedicated to the preservation of the Ghent neighborhood, the Ghent Neighborhood League is concerned about options that would demolish and replace this historic building. We welcome all members and Ghent neighbors to hear your questions and opinions.
About Maury High School
Maury High School admitted students for the first time in the fall of 1910. As the oldest high school in the city of Norfolk, Maury is the alma mater to generations of Norfolkians, as well as alumni all over the world. Built in 1910, Maury High School represented a state of the art high school hailed as “one of the finest buildings in the entire South,” according to the Virginian-Pilot in April 1910. The price tag for this beautiful building was $250,000.00.