These schools are no longer within the Waterford School System yet many of the buildings may still exist and may have been renovated as homes. The locations were derived from old topographical maps.
|Latitude nn° nnŽ nnš||
Longitude nn° nnŽ nnš
|Graves School||44° 25' 34.94" N||071° 57' 19.74" W||Demolished|
|Hastings School||44° 23' 26.35" N||071° 59' 53.44" W|
|Hill School||44° 22' 1.72" N||071° 58' 57.97" W|
|Remick School||44° 23' 5.28" N||071° 55' 56.45" W|
|Upper Waterford (Estimated)||44° 20' 41.91" N||071° 51' 30.42" W||Inundated by Samuel Moore Dam|
|Waterford Elementary School||44° 24' 10" N||071° 55' 40" W|
|West Waterford School||44° 21' 54.37" N||071° 56' 56.70" W|
|Woods School||44° 21' 29.76" N||071° 56' 22.97" W|
The Graves School appears to have been demolished during construction of the southbound off ramp of the Interstate 93 Exit 1.
The Hastings School was located about one mile west of the intersection of the Daniels Farm Road and the Simpson Brook Road.
The Hill School was located at the intersection of Hale Road and Valley View Road about one mile east of Passumpsic Village.
The Remick School was located at the intersection of Gardner Road and Snob Road.
The location of the Upper Waterford School was estimated from a topographical map and is now under the headwaters of the Samuel Moore Dam..
The Waterford Elementary School is located on the west side of the Duck Pond Road and is still functioning as a school.
The West Waterford School was located on the Duck Pond Road about three tenths of a mile north of the West Waterford Cemetery.
The Woods School was located at the intersection of Campbell Road and Powers Road.