Selma Rosenwald School
The Selma Rosenwald School is associated with education in the Selma area and Drew County. Additionally, it is significant as a part of Julius Rosenwald's legacy as the foremost benefactor to Negro education in the South, and as the only surviving Rosenwald school in Drew County. The African American school was built in 1924 using seed money from the Rosenwald fund. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places March 2, 2006.