Historic Sites and Points of Interest in Nevada County
Like most wooden schoolhouses and churches built during the California Gold Rush, North Bloomfield School is Greek Revival in style.
A plaque on the front of the building reads:North Bloomfield School
Built at a cost of some 3,000 dollars, modeled after schoolhouses at nearby Sebastopol and Sweetland, it served the community until closed in 1941. Acquired from Washington School District, Nevada County, for public use and display. Restoration commenced in 1973 by popular subscription.
Dedicated - June 10, 1973
Wm. Bull Meek - Wm. Morris Stewart
No. 10 E Clampus Vitus
Some Historic Schoolhouses in Northern California