Address: 1130 Keefer Street
1900 – present
Named for Admiral Sir Edward Hobart Seymour (1840-1929). British naval commander in chief during the Boxer Rebellion (1897-1901).
The school site is occupied by a wooden building and a masonry building.
Date: 1902 Photo credit: City of Vancouver Archives.)
Date: 1906 The ‘entrance class’ of Seymour School. (Photo credit: City of Vancouver Archives.)
Date: 1902 Front view of building (with turrets).
Date: ? Front view of building (without turrets).
Date: 1909 Class group holding Union Jacks, the national flag of the United Kingdom of Great Britain. (Photo credit: City of Vancouver Archives.)
Date: 1969 Front entrance of the school.
Date: 1959 Christmas celebration: group on left – dressed as Vancouverites; group on right – dressed as Australians.
Date: 1959 Students display letters they have written to pen pals in Australia.
Date: 1964 Students in costumes perform a scene from the Christmas story.
Date: 1968 Students place small maple leafs displaying the names of individual countries on a larger display.
Date: 1970 Students play various percussion instruments in music class at summer school.
Date: 1970 Art students at summer school work on projects.
Date: 1970 Students at summer school carve a totem pole.
Date: 1964 Class musical performance celebrating the opening of a new addition to the school.
Date: 1973 A group of students visit the Bloedel Conservatory at Queen Elizabeth Park.
Date: 1973 Group photo of senior classes.
Date: 1979 Students, teachers, and the school principal attend an outdoor ribbon cutting ceremony.
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