One of the town's more notable structures is this two-story school, a vernacular interpretation of Beaux-Arts Mediterranean Revival style in stuccoed adobe, under a hipped roof with hipped dormers and a cupola bell tower. It is now falling into ruins. The gymnasium next door, now used as a garage, also shows adobe under crumbling stucco. It has a barrel-vault roof and a front parapet of five rounded adobe arches, slightly irregular as if hand formed.
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