Ellerbe Road School is, along with "Satan School," the colloquial name for a defunct school campus located along Ellerbe Road in Caddo Parish, Louisiana, United States. It is alleged to be haunted.
|George Washington Carver School|
|School district||Caddo Parish Public Schools|
George Washington Carver High School opened in 1957. The school consistently struggled with a low population base from which to draw students, more so after desegregation, and the school closed in 1973.
In 1981, Baptist Tabernacle leased the property for use as a campus of Baptist Christian College. The site closed in 1985. The buildings have been unoccupied since that time.
In 2011, The Caddo Parish School Board in a 9–2 vote, with one abstained, approved Vision 20/20, a master facilities plan which will ultimately call for the demolition of the Carver Campus, along with two other abandoned Rodessa schools (Rodessa High and Pine Valley) that closed in 1976.
- "George Washington Carver Primary School (historical)". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 2009-08-08.
- "Ellerbe Road School". Haunted Louisiana.
- "Ellerbe Road School". Haunted Shreveport-Bossier.
- Brock, Eric J. (2001). Eric Brock's Shreveport. Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Company. p. 257. ISBN 1-56554-870-1. OCLC 45330261.
In 1957, the Carver School opened at the south end of Ellerbe Road near Highway One; it was closed fewer than twenty years later and is now a dismal ruin.
- "Caddo Parish School Board Meeting Minutes; Volume XXXIV April 5, 1995 - September 20, 1996" (PDF). p. 163. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-09-20.
Staff recommended approval of the circled low bids for ... agricultural lease - Carver, SP-07-96;