This brick, three room school was built in 1878. It served both French and English, Roman Catholic and Protestant families for 75 years. It is presently used as a storage building for Braeside Home Furnishings.
Book 3: Photograph donated by Mrs. A. F. Campbell of Arnprior shows school children against brick wall of school. The teacher is identified as Mrs. William Carmicheal. Date of photograph supplied by Mrs. Campbell.
Back row; Isabel McCreary, Eva Peachey, Maggie Tait, May Chapman Hiram Hoff, Miss Adams (teacher), Cromwell Peterson, Centre Row; Arthur Spence, Gertie Cox, Norma Malloch, G. Slaughter, Clifford McManus, Willis Gauthier, Bessie Harrison?, Edna Stewart, Dolly Moors, Martha Boese, Bernard Gillies, Front Row; Eva Johnston, Ella Fraser, Geraldine Donaldson, unknown, Nellie Eckford, Mary Loock, unknown, Davy Pye, Herman Heine, Lizzie Lister.
Photograph shows teacher Allan McNab standing outside of the school with his students. Front Row: Roger Madore, Roger Farifield, Wilbert Miller, John Carmichael and Alex Marki. Second Row: John Paul McGuaig, Raymond Desjardins, George Campbell, Hugh Colten, Leonard Marki, Roland Desjardins, Edward Colton, Claud McCuaig, Johan Charbonneau and William Gahan. Third Row: Doreen Schob, June Towns, Pansy Monette and Beverly Mosley. Back Row: Estelle Duncan, Jacqueline McCuaig, Mary Lou Desjardins, Jean Thomlinson, Joan Robbins, Mary Gahan, Bernice Raycroft, Darlene Raycroft, Lavinia Booth, Leah Payer, and Shirley Sereny.