The Michigan One-Room Schoolhouse Association was founded in 1993 in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
It is the only organization of its kind in the United States.
Membership: The Association is comprised of more than 100 members statewide. Membership is open to everyone and all members receive our newsletter The Slate twice a year. You are invited to learn more about joining us. The Association is governed by an Executive Committee.
Primary Activities: The Association holds an annual conference where people from all over Michigan come to learn how to research and restore one-room school buildings. Many attendees also come to trade their stories and reminiscences of experiences in one-room schools. Past conferences have been held in Ionia, Portage, Marshall, Corunna, Livonia, Dearborn and Ypsilanti.
We welcome the addition of Michigan Museums Log.
In addition, the Association coordinates an ongoing survey and inventory of all existing one-room schools in Michigan. And we serve as a clearinghouse of communications and information for historians, historical societies, and other programs involved in the preservation, interpretation, and appreciation of one-room schoolhouses.
The Association's mailing address:
Tom M. Johnson, Chairman and Coordinator,
4815 Barton Rd., Williamston, MI 48895,
Home phone: 517.655.1030,