Nanaimo Public School


As Nanaimo's first purpose-built school, the Nanaimo Public School building represents the continuing growth and stabilization of the community. After British Columbia joined Confederation in 1871, a new School Act was passed that provided for the establishment of local School Boards funded by regular government grants. Two years later, this building was constructed as Nanaimo's first publicly funded school. Although the building was in use as a school for a short period of time only, it marks the earliest signs of community stabilization.

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904 Crace Street
V9R 2T3

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