|1913-1925||Edward T. Price|
The private boarding school for boys has an ideal opportunity ... It has “the whole boy the whole day.”
—William O. Batts
Formerly the Haynes-McLean School, the Price-Webb School was founded by Edward T. Price and W.R. Webb, who also started the Webb School. Both were Vanderbilt graduates. The school was located in Lewisburg, and had an average of 75 students per year. Some students were boarders, while others were day students.
The dormitory burned in 1921, and the main building burned in 1925, after which the school closed. Marshall County purchased the property and built Marshall County High School on the grounds. Fugitive poet John Crowe Ransom taught at the school when it was the Haynes-McLean School.