The Fox School has been an anchor of community life in Paris for over 130 years. Originally built in 1883 as the Oxford Normal Institute and expanded significantly in 1940 as the Brick School, the school was renamed in 1967 to honor longtime principal Mildred M. Fox. The last public school students attended Fox School in 2008, though the building was used by a Christian academy for approximately eight years after that.
This historic building has been restored to its place as a community landmark and re-purposed as a critical affordable housing resource for seniors in the area.
Development Completed: 2018