Finney Building - Campus & Facilities - McDonogh School

Finney Building

Built during the Depression, Finney Building was constructed as a Work Projects Administration (WPA) initiative to create jobs in Baltimore. It is the primary Middle School building and currently houses four floors of classrooms, a study hall, two multimedia computer labs, and the Middle School administrative offices. The building was named for Dr. John M. T. Finney, a world-renowned surgeon and a member of McDonogh’s Board of Trustees for 41 years, 21 of which were spent as President.