Tamassee Dar School

1925 Bumgardner DR

Tamassee, SC 29686

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Phone: (864) 944-1390

City: Tamassee

Region: Mountains

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Tamassee Dar School

Off SC-Highway 11 south, take a right and go one half mile to Tamassee DAR School. A gracious stone structure, it was founded in 1919 by the SC Daughters of the American Revolution to serve the children living in this isolated region. It was intended as a place to learn and develop the ideals of patriotism, citizenship and spiritual growth.

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