The Historic Bath High School Campus is only partially restored. Check out what’s been renovated to-date, much more to come!
With a principal donation from Grady-White Boats, Pirate Hall was born. Pirate Hall is a great venue for art exhibits, meetings, private events … just about anything. Current uses include the Bath Senior Center, Overboard Learning Center & After School Care, and much more. BHSP renovated Pirate Hall in 2012. The venue is approximately 1700 feet and boasts 12 foot ceilings, large windows, beautiful plank floors, a catering kitchen and restrooms.
Capacity: 150 standing; 75 with tables and chairs.
Contact: Ruth Dorkin, email@example.com, 252-945-1735
The Historic Bath Foundation was the principal donor for the restoration of the West Wing of Bath High School, which contains the Historic Bath Exhibit Hall and Gift shop. The permanent and rotating exhibits are a great backdrop for special events and small conferences. The Exhibit Center has AV facilities and access to the catering kitchen in Pirate Hall.
The Old Gym
Built in 1939 by the WPA, the old BHS gym and agricultural building is now owned by the Town of Bath. This huge building home to the BHSP Summer Farmers Market, BHSP Annual Raffle, Bazaars, and much more.
Outdoor Grassy Lot
The large grassy lot, with Historic Bath High School as the backdrop, was home to the BHS reunion and Centennial celebration and has been used for other outdoor events; weddings, reunions, children’s activities, and cookouts.
Bath Town Hall
Located in the former Home Economics wing is the Bath Town Hall. Town Council Meetings are held here every 2nd Monday of the month, 7-9 pm.
The former Agriculture classrooms, in the opposite wing, are now home to full-time EMS services operating through a partnership with the Town of Bath.
Wed & Fri 9:00a to 12:00p