Wednesday, April 15, 2020
The Delmar Maryland School
In 1896 a four room school was built in Delmar, Maryland at the intersection of what today is Chestnut street and Bi-State Blvd. Later it had another four rooms added to it. It handle the elementary school students and the high school Students. In 1920 the new brick school was built and the high school was moved to it. In 1932 the elementary school was moved to the new brick school.
Below in the 1925 aerial photo of Delmar the large white building slightly to the right of center is the school. It appears to have had a large front yard with flag pole. Today in that spot is the Catholic church.