Amish schools are a visual throwback to a simpler, slower era. They are true neighborhood schools, designed for Amish students (they call them "scholars") to easily get to them on foot, by bike where permitted, and I've seen skis used to get to school in the snowy Conewango Valley of New York. These school are not free. Just like any parochial school, a year's education comes with a hefty price-tag. And if you have 6, 7, or 8 children the tuition bill can add up in a hurry. There are two parochial schools that I am aware of in the Wheat Ridge Amish settlement in Adams County, Ohio. This is the aptly named Wheat Ridge Parochial School on Freeland Hollow Road sitting silent on a Saturday.
Below is the aptly named Unity Parochial School on Unity Road. Note the hitching post outside the Wheat Ridge School and the tetherball outside the Unity School. There actually is a tetherball visible in the photo in back of the Wheat Ridge School above. Most of the time the land for these schools is donated and if the parcel is larger there might be room for a baseball diamond in back, but here it looks like tetherball is the recess activity of choice.