The Memorial Campus

Aerial view of the Memorial Campus

Aerial view of the Memorial Campus, circa 1957

In this aerial view, all construction has been completed save for the Cafeteria and All Purpose Building.

The Falcon, October 1957

The Falcon, October 1957

As with the move to the Richmond Campus, classes started at Memorial before construction was complete.

Kinkaid School Drive after completing the new Memorial Campus

Kinkaid School Drive after completing the new Memorial Campus.

Until the San Felipe extension was completed in the 1970s, students and families could only reach campus by taking the new Kinkaid School Drive.

Entrance to the Memorial Campus

Entrance to the Memorial Campus, circa 1957

Construction finished on the new Memorial Campus

Construction finished on the new Memorial Campus, 1957

Art gallery in the lobby of the Blaffer Auditorium The Falcon, December 1957 Dedication of the new Memorial Campus Dedication Exercises for the Robert Lee Blaffer Auditorium River Oaks Times, December 13, 1957 Class of 1958

Class of 1958

The Class of 1958 was the first class to graduate at the new Memorial Campus.

Announcing . . . The Kinkaid School Endowment Fund Trust

Announceing . . . The Kinkaid School Endowment Fund Trust, circa 1958

One year after moving to the new Memorial Campus, the Endowment Fund Trust was started.

Scroll of Appreciation

Scroll of Appreciation, circa 1958

The Endowment Fund Trust was created thanks to generous donations from members of the Kinkaid Community as well as foundations and charitable groups in the Houston area.

The Road to Piney Point -- Excerpt

The Road to Piney Point -- Excerpt, 1994

The Kinkaid School has been a valuable member of the City of Piney Point Village community since it opened in 1957.

The Memorial Campus