Discovering the Secrets of Detroit’s Oldest Abandoned School: The M.M. Rose School
It's time to step into the time portal and step into another intriguing urban exploration as we explore in the heart of Detroit, Michigan.
Nestled among the city's historic landmarks, we find the M.M. Rose School, a forgotten gem steeped in rich history. This abandoned school whispers tales of generations past and holds secrets waiting to be unveiled.
The M.M. Rose School In Detroit
The M.M. Rose building is one of the oldest remaining public school buildings in the city. First opening its doors back in 1892 back in Detroit, as a single one-room school house. Over the years, many rooms, floors, and classrooms were added to accommodate the influx of students.
When enrollment did end up falling in the early 1920s, the school would add a playground.
Take a step inside the abandoned halls of the M.M. Rose School, where echoes of learning and laughter are long since gone and forgotten in the abandoned school.
Inside The Basement Of The Old School
The Basement Of The Detroit School
Open Door In The Basement of the School
Pipes Lying Around In The Stairs Going Up
The Stairs Leading Up To Another Floor In The School
Door Leading Into One Of The Offices
The stained glass above the office shows off the age of the school.
Upstairs Hallway In The School
Possible Classroom Upstairs?
Hallway In School With Collapsed Roof
Closet or a Possible Classroom in the School
Preserving a Legacy:
The M.M. Rose School stands as a testament to Detroit's educational heritage, a majestic relic that deserves our attention and preservation.
It definitely is one of the more interesting, and possibly coolest, abandoned in schools in Michigan, considering the age of the school.