John Romkey designed the Imperoyal School Crest from an old photo.
Imperoyal School  opened its doors in 1920 and served the communities of Imperoyal, Woodside and Eastern Passage until it was demolished in 1962 to make way for an expansion of the Dartmouth Imperial Oil Refinery. It was divided into three sections: primary grades 1 to 3, intermediate  grades 4 to 6, and seniors grades 7 to 9, with the principal of the school as their teacher.
THE SCHOOL  A Magazine Devoted to Elementary and Secondary Education 1923  XI - excerpt from page 278
Nova Scotia: The usual annual change of teachers has taken place, changes we note are a few of the principals of small towns: Mr. Avery Hawboldt, Chester; Miss Elsie Bond, Antigonish; Mr. Kenneth Parker, Canning; Mr. N. D. Blanchard, Stewiacke; Miss Kempton, B.A., Imperoyal.

School Exhibitions have met with usual success. More and more, the small rural school is participating in this educative feature. It is pleasing to note, too, the increasing interest in school beautification, especially in the planting of fall bulbs.

Dr. W. A. Creelman, ex-principal of Sydney Academy, is now Inspector for South Cape Breton.

M. O. Maxner remains the efficient principal of Lunenburg Academy. Mr. Maxner has installed excellent play equipment on the school grounds, and has proved that school activities outside the regular course of study help rather than hinder the passing of grading examinations.

The school at Imperoyal has installed radio equipment. This school is really a community centre.
THE SCHOOL A Magazine Devoted to Elementary and Secondary Education 1923 v11 - excerpt from page 278
  1. Original temporary two-room Imperoyal school 1919 to 1920
  2. Original temporary two-room Imperoyal school 1919 to 1920
  3. Brand new Imperoyal School May 26, 1920
  4. Imperoyal School, Woodside, Dartmouth
  5. First troop of Boy Scouts 1920
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  8. Imperoyal School Crest
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  31. Imperoyal School Woodside NS grades 1, 2, 3 in 1950
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  33. Woodside, Imperoyal School in 1950 grades 1, 2, and 3
  34. Woodside, Imperoyal School in 1950 grades 4, 5, and 6
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  41. List of schools in the province of Nova Scotia, Department of Education 1950
  42. List of schools in the province of Nova Scotia, Department of Education 1950
  43. List of schools in the province of Nova Scotia, Department of Education 1950
  44. List of schools in the province of Nova Scotia, Department of Education 1950
  45. Directory of Schools Sections and Schools 1959-60
  46. Directory of Schools Sections and Schools 1959-60
  47. Directory of Schools Sections and Schools 1959-60
  48. Directory of Schools Sections and Schools 1959-60
  49. Directory of Schools Sections and Schools 1959-60
  50. Directory of Schools Sections and Schools 1959-60
  51. Directory of Schools Sections and Schools 1959-60
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  61. Imperoyal School served the communities of Imperoyal, Woodside, and Eastern Passage from 1920-1962