New Dublin School
(School Section #15)
The first school was built near Lamb’s Pond, almost across the road from the Ernest Kendrick farm, later owned by Donald Stewart. Later a school was built on the Horton Farm near the present school. No dates are know for the erection of either of these buildings. The second school was torn down and while the third school was being built pupils attended classes in the first Orange Hall, a frame building between the present school and the Methodist Church. The third New Dublin School was built in 1880.
Annie Scott, who taught in 1894, received $310. per year. 
The school has been turned into a home and is located at 7406 Seventh Concession Rd.
School Superintendents Report (Ontario Archives)
Shows the following information, which in some cases contradicts what we have already researched, and contradicts other filed School Superintendents Reports:
1850: Log building, 20×24 in size, constructed in 1837, condition: Good
1854: Stone building first opened in 1813
The following information was extracted from the motion papers of the Elizabethtown Council 1855-1872
|That the sum of 21.50 pounds clear of all expenses be levied and collected on the rateable property of school section No 15.- 1862|
|that the application of the Trustees of School Section No 15 be complied with and the sum of $30 be levied and collected on the assessed taxable property of said School Section for School Purposes exclusive of expenses for the year 1869|
|that the application of the Trustees of School section No 15 be complied with and the sum of $115 be levied and collected on the assessed taxable property of said section exclusive of expenses for school purposes- 1871|
|that the application of the Trustees of School Section No 15 be complied with and the sum of $155 be levied and collected on the assessed taxable property of said Section exclusive of all expenses for the year 1872|
 Recorder & Times May 1965