Washtenaw County's historic preservation program is dedicated to supporting local historic districts, spurring heritage tourism, and attracting investment in our historic resources.
The school was named for William Geer, the school superintendent at the time. It served what was known as the Geer Community, and was the location of dances, fundraisers, special events, and meetings.
It was rehabilitated by the Plymouth School District, and continues to be used for educational purposes. It is also designated as a Washtenaw County Historic District
The historic resources on this driving tour are private property and meant to be enjoyed from the public right-of-way. Please do not trespass.