The oral history interviews capture memories of events and experiences that shed light on various aspects of education and schooling across the twentieth century. These include, for example, citizenship in the making and the role of schools in that process, both through the curriculum and through formal and informal student support structures, like guidance and counselling. Interviews with different educational actors (i.e., students, teachers, policy & administration, counselling staff) reveal how formal education has been crucial to the development of future citizens through various practices and rituals of schooling, from assemblies and singing the national anthem, to curriculum areas such as civics and social studies.