Brick School Assets 1937

According to “History of Brick School” by T. S. Inborden (Principal and Founder) as compiled and written in 1937, the Brick School Assets at that time:

  • 1,129 ½ acres of land
  • Permanent improvements at $150,000.00
  • Touches three counties with 81,000 Negroes
  • Water supply excellent
  • First class railroad conveniences
  • Bisected by Coastal Plant Highway, running from New York to Florida.
  • Soil adapted to good growth of all necessities common to this latitude.
  • Light and power facilities are unsurpassed anywhere in the United States.
  • Lands well drained- No cesspools of infection.
  • Splendid health and sanitary surroundings.
  • Race relations are most commendable with mutual and harmonious understandings.
  • Water stream bounds two sides which can be developed.
  • A school plant with buildings and equipment unsurpassed in Eastern North Carolina.
  • A background of forty years service.