School

Indian Mission School (Sussex County, Delaware)
Indian Park School (Douglas County, Colorado)
Indian Rock Schoolhouse (Dutchess County, New York)
Indian Springs School II (Kootenai County, Idaho)
Indian University of Tahlequah (Cherokee County, Oklahoma)
Indiana School for the Deaf (Marion County, Indiana)
Indianola High School (Warren County, Iowa)
Indianola Junior High School (Franklin County, Ohio)
Industrial Arts Building (Warren County, Kentucky)
Industrial Arts Building (Maricopa County, Arizona)
Inez Johnson Lewis School (El Paso County, Colorado)
Ingleside (Westmoreland County, Virginia)
Ingomar Public School (Rosebud County, Montana)
Inland School (Clay County, Nebraska)
Institute for Colored Youth (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Interlake Public School (King County, Washington)
Intermediate Building (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Intermountain Institute (Washington County, Idaho)
Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home (Scott County, Iowa)
Iron Hill School No. 112C (New Castle County, Delaware)
Irvine Grade School (Estill County, Kentucky)
Irving Female College (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Irving Junior High School (Salt Lake County, Utah)
Irving Murray Scott School (San Francisco County, California)
Irving School (Maricopa County, Arizona)
Irving School (St. Louis County, Minnesota)
Irwin Consolidated School (Shelby County, Iowa)
Irwin School (Union County, Ohio)
Brick and stone two story school
Israel Putnam School (Windham County, Connecticut)
J. B. McFerran School (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
J. C. Price High School (Rowan County, North Carolina)
J. Colin English School (Lee County, Florida)
J. L. Hamilton Residence (Franklin County, Ohio)
J. Milton Turner School (St. Louis County, Missouri)
J. Stoddard Johnston Elementary School (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
J. Sylvester Ramsey School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
J.T. Barber School (Craven County, North Carolina)
Jackson Hall, Kentucky State University (Franklin County, Kentucky)
Jackson High School (Jackson County, Michigan)
Collegiate Gothic Iconic High School Building
Jackson High School Old "A" Building (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
School building on the Jackson High School campus, but no longer used
Jackson Jr. High School (Erie County, Ohio)
Jackson Middle School/ Resource Center (Jackson County, Minnesota)
Built in 1938 as an addition to the 1908 High school building; spared demolition in 1981; converted to Resource Center in 1997; Closed in 2006; Demolished in January 2011 to make way for a new building
Jackson School (Garfield County, Oklahoma)
Jackson School (St. Louis, Missouri)
Jackson Township Schoolhouse (Washington County, Iowa)
Jacob Spori Building (Madison County, Idaho)
Jacobson School (Charles Mix County, South Dakota)
James A. Garfield School (Wayne County, Michigan)
James Alcorn School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
James Blair Junior High School (Norfolk, Virginia)
James Burnie Beck House (Fayette County, Kentucky)
James Dobson School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
James E. Guinn School (Tarrant County, Texas)
James Elverson Jr., School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
James House (Escambia County, Florida)
James J. Sullivan School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
James Martin School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
James R. Ludlow School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
James Russell Lowell Elementary School (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
James Russell Lowell School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
James W. Fannin Elementary School (Dallas County, Texas)
James Walker Nursing School Quarters (New Hanover County, North Carolina)
Jamestown High School, Former (Guilford County, North Carolina)
Jamestown School (Independence County, Arkansas)
Janesville High School (Rock County, Wisconsin)
The former high school and junior high school building, repurposed as apartments.
Jarvisburg Colored School (Currituck County, North Carolina)
Java School No. 1 (Wyoming County, New York)
Jay Cooke Junior High School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Jefferson Avenue School (Bucks County, Pennsylvania)
Jefferson College (Adams County, Mississippi)
Jefferson Elementary School (Union County, Iowa)
Jefferson Elementary School (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Jefferson Elementary School (Daviess County, Indiana)
Jefferson High School (Jefferson County, Wisconsin)
Jefferson Intermediate School (Wayne County, Michigan)
Jefferson Playhouse (Marion County, Texas)
Jefferson School (Norfolk County, Massachusetts)
Jefferson School (Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma)
Jefferson School (Alleghany County, Virginia)
Jefferson Schoolhouse (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Jeffersontown Colored School (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Jeffersonville Colored School (Clark County, Indiana)
The building was built in 1891 as the city''s colored school. It was designed by Arthur Loomis.
Jeffersonville School (Sullivan County, New York)
Jehu John House (Hamilton County, Ohio)
Jenkins' Town Lyceum Building (Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
Jenks High School Gymnasium (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
Jennings High School (Hamilton County, Florida)
Jeremiah Nichols School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Jericho School (Caroline County, Virginia)
Jerman School (Decatur County, Indiana)
Jerome Elementary School No. 22 (Drew County, Arkansas)
Jersey City High School (Hudson County, New Jersey)
Jerusalem District No. 5 Schoolhouse (Nassau County, New York)
Jesse Lee Home for Children (Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska)
Jesus Marie Convent (Bristol County, Massachusetts)
Jewell Hall (Clay County, Missouri)
Jicarilla Schoolhouse (Lincoln County, New Mexico)
John A. Finch School (Spokane County, Washington)
John A. Lafevre House and School (Ulster County, New York)
John A. Martin Grade School (Atchison County, Kansas)
John B. Allen Elementary (King County, Washington)
Early 1900s brick school
John B. Cary School (Richmond, Virginia)
John Bartram High School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
John D. Bassett High School (Henry County, Virginia)
John D. Kennedy Elementary School (Multnomah County, Oregon)
John E.L. Huse Memorial School (Sagadahoc County, Maine)
John F. Cox Grammar School (Polk County, Florida)
John G. Whittier School (Maricopa County, Arizona)
John Greenleaf Whittier School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
John H. Heywood Elementary School (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
John Handley High School (Winchester, Virginia)
John L. Kinsey School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
John M. Paterson School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
John Marshall School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
John McCauley House (Fayette County, Kentucky)
John Morrow Elementary School (Allegheny County, Pennsylvania)
John Palmer House (Multnomah County, Oregon)
John Paul Jones Junior High School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
John Schoolcraft House (Albany County, New York)
John Story Jenks School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
John Sutton Hall (Indiana County, Pennsylvania)
John W. Boddie House (Madison County, Mississippi)
John W. Cook Hall (McLean County, Illinois)
John Willard Brister Library (Shelby County, Tennessee)
Johnson Hall (Lane County, Oregon)
Johnson Public School (Laramie County, Wyoming)
Johnson School (Sussex County, Delaware)
Johnson School (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
Johnson--Schoolcrafy Building (Sarasota County, Florida)
Johnston Hall (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Joliet High School (Carbon County, Montana)
Joliet Township High School (Will County, Illinois)
Jones Business College (Dallas County, Iowa)
Former school now repurposed as an apartment building
Jones County High School (Jones County, Georgia)
Jones School (Garland County, Arkansas)
Jonesville Academy (Chittenden County, Vermont)
Jordan School (Androscoggin County, Maine)
Jorden Hall (Minnehaha County, South Dakota)
Joseph C. Ferguson School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Joseph F. Bettendorf House (Scott County, Iowa)
Joseph H. Brown School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Joseph Pennell School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Joseph W. Catharine School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Josephine City School (Clarke County, Virginia)
Joshua Bates School (Suffolk County, Massachusetts)
Joyner Building (Jackson County, North Carolina)
Jubilee College (Peoria County, Illinois)
Jubilee Hall, Fisk University (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Judson Studios (Los Angeles County, California)
Judsonia High School Gymnasium (White County, Arkansas)
Julia Ward Howe School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Julienne Girls Catholic High School (Montgomery County, Ohio)
Julius I. Foust Building (Guilford County, North Carolina)
Kable House (Staunton, Virginia)
Kage School (Cape Girardeau County, Missouri)
Kasson Public School (Dodge County, Minnesota)
Kathleen Hearn Building (Hamilton County, Nebraska)
Kaupo School (Maui County, Hawaii)
Kavanaugh Academy (Anderson County, Kentucky)
Keaiwa Heiau (Honolulu County, Hawaii)
Keanae School (Maui County, Hawaii)
Kearney Junior High School (Buffalo County, Nebraska)
Kearny School (Colfax County, New Mexico)
Keeny Hall--Louisiana Tech University (Lincoln Parish, Louisiana)
Keiser School (Mississippi County, Arkansas)
Kellum-Noble House (Harris County, Texas)
Kelly View School (Wise County, Virginia)
Kelvin (Chatham County, North Carolina)
Kemper Hall (Kenosha County, Wisconsin)
No longer operating as a girls' school, Kemper Hall evolved into today's Kemper Center
Kemper Military School (Cooper County, Missouri)
Kena Road School (Marinette County, Wisconsin)
Kendrick-Baldwin House (Cass County, Indiana)
Kenilworth Elementary School (Maricopa County, Arizona)
Kenmore (Berkshire County, Massachusetts)
Kennebunk High School (Former) (York County, Maine)
Kennedy Crossan School (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Kennedy Street School (Anderson County, South Carolina)
Historic school in Anderson, SC
Kenner High School, Old (Jefferson Parish, Louisiana)
Kenneth School (Rock County, Minnesota)
Kensington High School for Girls (Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania)
Kentucky Street School (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
Kenyon College (Knox County, Ohio)
Ketchin Building (Fairfield County, South Carolina)
Originally a girls school, now the home of the Fairfield County Museum
Keya Paha County High School (Keya Paha County, Nebraska)