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WARREN EASTON HIGH SCHOOL
Boys Central High School, founded in 1844, relocated to this site in 1913 and was renamed Warren Easton High School for the superintendent of New Orleans public schoo, 1888-1910. The building was designed by E. A. Christy, supervising architect of the Orleands Parish School Board from 1911 to 1940. Easton became coeducational in 1952, integrated in 1967, and continues to educate a diverse urban student body.