Boulden House (Junior School)

Boulden House (Junior School) Boulden House (Junior School)

Boulden House was opened in 1924. Built to house the 78 boys attending the Junior School at the time, it was a memorial to TCS Old Boys who lost their lives during World War I. The building was named after Howard Boulden, the first head of the Junior School. Today, Boulden House is still home to the Junior School, which comprises about 100 day students from Grades 5 to 8. Located to the north is the Outdoor Classroom, a space for Junior School students to practice hands-on learning in a natural environment.

Boulden House is also the site of the Anne Currie Observatory and telescope, where students can make high-resolution maps of the moon, capture images of major nebulas, star clusters and planets, track comets or search for asteroids.