Noble Hill-Wheeler

Built in 1923, this was the first school in northwest Georgia constructed with Rosenwald funds. These funds were dedicated specifically to the education of black children. Open Tuesday-Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Noble Hill-Wheeler Memorial Center

The Noble Hill-Wheeler Memorial Center is a restored Rosenwald School that was built in 1923 as the first school for black children, which was built to standard specifications in Northwest Georgia. The school was closed in 1955 when black children in Bartow County were consolidated to form the Bartow Elementary School.

After restoration in 1989 the building now serves as a black cultural museum that features historical aspects of black culture in Bartow County, with the primary focus being on lifestyles dating back to the late 1800’s.

28th Annual Unsung Heroes Banquet

 

Please join Noble Hill-Wheeler Memorial Center in showing our appreciation to our Noble Athletes Shaping Our Past, Present, & Future. Our Unsung Heroes are a great asset to Bartow County for giving back into this community by promoting education, showing where character and hard work can lead any individual to success, that all goals in life can be reached regardless of race, religion or gender. We are grateful for our Unsung Heroes and their hard work & dedication to Bartow County.

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