The Booker T. Washington High School Heritage Association maintains a mini-museum within the BTW Learning Center. The museum houses photos, artifacts, and information about past principals, teachers, students and sports teams throughout the school’s history. The Booker T. Washington High School served African-American students of Reidsville and Rockingham County until it closed in 1969 after Rockingham County schools integrated. The Booker T students went to Reidsville High School and BTW became Reidsville Junior High. Some of the items housed in the museum date as far back as 1887 and include artifacts such as old band instruments, black and white yearbook photos, microscopes, and team memorabilia.