The Historic Harrington School, formerly known as the Harrington Graded School, was built in the 1920s and served as the main educational structure for three African American communities on St. Simons Island, Georgia, United States. In 2017, The Historic Harrington School on St Simons Island finishes renovation and opens as the only fully restored Gullah Geechee schoolhouse on the Georgia Coast now serving as an African-American heritage site.
- Kenney, Tanasia . 2016. “Saving a Bit of Black History: 1920s Schoolhouse Survives Demolition Scare, Is Being Renovated Instead.” Atlanta Black Star.
- St. Simons African-American Heritage Commission.
- Historic Harrington School. St. Simons African American Heritage Coalition.