General Currie Heritage School
Tourism Region: BC Lower Mainland
A one room school on its original site built in 1919, a city designated heritage site.
The Richmond Retired Teachers' Association has been given the use of the building for its meetings and to house and develop the existing collection of educational memorabilia of all kinds. We are in the process of developing heritage reference material for local schools and making provision for class visitations and other public access.
About the Collections
Textbooks, Images, Artifacts, Audiovisual material, Oral histories.
Approximate number of objects in the collections: 1000
Original certificates, records and letters.
Films and Videos •
Services & Activities
Special Needs Facilities
: Wheelchair access
8220 General Currie Road
Richmond, British Columbia
Hours of Operation
By Appointment •
Richmond Retired Teachers' Assn. meetings and heritage project development sessions from September to June inclusive. The use of General Currie Hertiage School site is shared with Richmond School District (Adult ESL classes) on a 50/50 basis.
Open: Daily (9 - 4:30) Access by the Richmond Retired Teachers' Assn. is booked in advance to mesh with school district use.
Closed during school and other public holidays.