Springbrook School was newly named in 1925.
The building was originally located across the road in front of the Geddie Bell tower, and children would play in the Presbyterian Church graveyard.
In 1948 log rollers and a single horse moved the schoolhouse to its present – and more convenient – location.
For many years a single teacher would tutor all subjects to all students from Grade one to 10.
In October 1976, the school was purchased by Ian and Beth Carter and turned into an apartment.
Children’s initials can be found on the old wooden shingles.
Archival records in Charlottetown suggest that Springbrook may be the oldest surviving oneroom school still intact on P.E.I.