What became of the historic buildings that are significant part of the Hubbard legacy? The women’s dormitory continued to be used for a number of years to provide housing for teachers as part of the Exchange Teachers Plan and for a time after the fire the first floor served as classrooms and housed the school library. By 1970, all buildings constructed during the STAC era disappeared from the landscape except for the women’s dormitory, president’s home and the teachers’ cottage.
Standing vacant for many years, the women’s dormitory was endangered until several alumni from all the Hubbard Schools formed the Hubbard Alumni Association. They included Larry Evans, Annie Evans, Winifred Berry, Mable Smith, Mary Chambliss, John Thomas Lyons, Annie McCray, Lillian Davis, Linwood Gantt, Jr. and Herbert Gantt. By 1989, the Hubbard Alumni Association was chartered as a nonprofit organization to continue the legacy of William and Samuel Hubbard. Today, 62 alumni are life members of the association. W. James Green is the current president. Like the school’s founder, the Hubbard Alumni Association continued a mission of education. By 2017, the Hubbard Alumni Association had awarded 89 scholarships.