Historic Old Central High School
Serving public education since 1892. 


The 1890's Classroom Museum in Historic Old Central is open to the public at 9:00AM on the first Friday of every month - Room 112, 215 N. 1st Avenue East in Duluth.  

To arrange a tour of the Museum, Historic Old Central and the Clock Tower on a different weekday, contact Kaye at kado1920@callta.com or shirleyevensen@yahoo.com.

If you no longer live in Duluth,
If you want to take a trip down "Memory Lane,"
If you were always curious about what that Clock Tower really looked like from the inside,
If you want to see if you can find your name in the tower,

or if you are just plain curious...

Central Preservation Committee

The Mission of the Central Preservation Committee is to move into the future by connecting with the past. 


Working in the 1890s Classroom Museum in Historic Central High School, committee members will do so by preserving Duluth's educational heritage, connecting today's youth with tradition, and uniting the entire community.

The goal is to instill a common vision of respect for the value of public education.

New committee members are welcome!  Please join us for a meeting, find out what we do.  Ask questions, see if you'd like to help. There are no dues, no assigned duties. Contact: shirleyevensen@yahoo.com 

The committee meets from 9:00AM to approximately 10:30AM on the first Friday of every month. Meetings are held in the 1890s Classroom Museum, Room 112, in Historic Central High School, 215 N. 1st Avenue East in downtown Duluth. The committee is open to all and is made up of Central Alumni and other interested persons.