Second Central School Museum
Flagler, CO 80815
- open by appointment only.
In 1915, rural school patrons living south of Flagler, Colorado broke away from the “one-room school” tradition when they constructed the Second Central School building.
The school included two main-floor classrooms, divided by an accordion wall, which could be opened to make a single large space, and a full basement used for high school classes.
Later additions were built for teacher housing and to enclose the basement entrance.