The Grade School was designed by S. Haynes in the International style which was popular in 1939. Built to consolidate the town’s schools, it had two classrooms for eight grades. The Historical Society acquired the building in 1996 from the town. The Society became a non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to preserving New Braintree’s historic and cultural heritage.
The building now houses the New Braintree post office and a schoolroom/museum; with exhibits from town events, artifacts, historic materials, a virtual “Town Center Tour” and many school class pictures. It is the location for Society meetings and events. The museum is also open by appointment – call Deb Morrison at 508-867-3324.