Kingston K-8 School
|Kingston K-8 School|
|Birmingham City Schools|
|Location||801 46th Street North, (map)|
Kingston K-8 School is a K-8 school in the Birmingham City Schools system located at 801 46th Street North in the Kingston community. It was built in the 1950s and named for the community which was built on the farmland of pioneer Peyton King.
Under the school consolidation plan proposed by acting superintendent Barbara Allen and approved by the Board, Kingston K-8 School closed in the Summer of 2008 with students transferring to Whatley K-8 School.