The Redeemer Campus
The campus is located in Keezletown on 6.9 acres at the west base of Massanutten mountain and features the Keezletown Community Cannery on the property. The building is located in a picturesque setting, nestled between rolling farmland and Massanutten. The present Keezletown School was built in 1916 and served as a county elementary school until 2001 when it was closed after Peak View Elementary was opened.
This land has been the site of a school since the property was deeded by George Keezle on August 24, 1877. The front portion of the current building was constructed in 1917 after fires destroyed the first two buildings at this site. The last high school class graduated in 1949 when the school became an elementary school and was renamed Keezletown Elementary.
A brief history of the school and the property can be found at the Rockingham County Public Schools website.
The school can be found at 1688 Indian Trail Road. Despite the secluded setting we are only minutes from the Valley Mall and Interstate 81 by way of Keezletown Road. Indian Trail provides easy access to Rt. 33 to the East and the Northern end of Harrisonburg to the West.