2251 Collingwood Street
Canada V6R 3L1
Bayview opened its doors on August 24th, 1914 with an enrollment of 174 students. An extension was added to the existing building in 1929 and major renovations to modernize the building took...
3663 Penticton Street
Canada V5M 3C9
Lord Beaconsfield School, built and opened in 1914, is a fine old school with a long history of serving children and families in our diverse and ever changing city. In spite of the changes in our neighbourhood...
1430 Lillooet Street
Canada V5K 4H6
Sir Matthew Begbie Elementary School, was named after Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie, who was the first and only court judge in British Columbia in 1859. He walked and rode hundreds of miles getting to know...
1110 Cotton Drive
Canada V5L 3T5
Britannia Elementary Community School is an open area school designed and built in the 1970's. The school currently enrols 225 Kindergarten to Grade Seven students and was an integral...
4860 Main Street
Canada V5V 3R7
General Brock Elementary School enrolls children in Kindergarten to Grade Seven. The students represent many different cultures and languages. This year the main academic goal to focus on improving...
3633 Tanner Street
Canada V5R 5P7
Approximately 330 children attend Graham Bruce Elementary School. The staff is comprised of full-time and part-time positions with a total of 35 members. The school was built in 1964 as Grenfell Annex...
Canada V5R 5K5
Sir Guy Carleton Elementary - In 1910 the Municipality of South Vancouver had a contest to rename its schools. The students of Cedar Cottage (Selkirk) won, suggesting the names of famous Canadians...
3400 Balaclava Street
Canada V6L 2S6
Carnarvon School opened in September 1966; it was known as Trafalgar Annex from 1955-66. In 1974, the Vancouver School Board approved Carnarvon's application to become one of six original...
4070 Oak Street
Canada V6H 2M8
Emily Carr Elementary is named in honour of the famous Victoria author and painter, Emily Carr. The school has a population of 311 students utilizing four buildings. There is a primary and an...
500 West 20th Avenue
Canada V5Z 1X7
Edith Cavell Elementary School is an excellent place to learn! There are approximately 300 mostly English speaking children who are from a diverse cultural background. The school is named after...
6955 Frontenac Street
Canada V5S 3T4
Opened in September 1973, Champlain Heights has the distinction of being designed by one of Canada's foremost architects, Arthur Erickson, whose other works include Simon Fraser University...
3340 East 54th Avenue
Canada V5S 1Z3
Captain Cook School enrolls a diverse multi-ethnic, multi-lingual student population of 500 students in Kindergarten to Grade Seven. Students are characterized by staff, parents, and visitors...
2330 East 37th Avenue
Canada V5R 2T3
The school was named after George T. Cunningham (1889-1965) who was a lifelong resident and businessman of Vancouver. He founded Cunningham Drug Store and built it into a 52 store chain...
3351 Glen Drive
Canada V5V 4S4
Charles Dickens opened in 1912. Currently there are approximately 475 students from Kindergarten to Grade Seven with a professional and support staff of 54. Dickens has a diverse multicultural...
7550 Victoria Drive
Canada V5P 3Z7
Sir James Douglas Elementary School is named after the first governor of the Crown Colony of British Columbia (from 1858 - 1864). The original school building was constructed in 1912. In 1956...
900 School Green
Canada V6H 3N7
Our student population fluctuates between 215 and 230 students. Approximately 20% of the students have English as a second language and over 20 language groups are represented...
1401 East 49th Avenue
Canada V5P 1S2
Fleming Elementary School is named after Sir Sandford Fleming, the original chief engineer for the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Fleming was also known as the inventor of Standard time and the...
250 S. Skeena Street
Canada V5K 4N8
The first Franklin School was built in 1912 at the west end of the existing block and consisted of two classrooms. In 1926, the current building was constructed with an addition being built in...
100 West 15th Avenue
Canada V5Y 3B7
Simon Fraser Elementary School combines the old with the new. Our present school building was built in 1981 and was one of the first fully wheelchair accessible schools in Vancouver. Our full sized...
2896 West 6th Avenue
Canada V6K 1X1
Gordon School was built in 1912 to serve the rapidly growing Kitsilano area of Vancouver. The school accommodates approximately 435 students in two programs: Kindergarten to Grade Seven...
2055 Woodland Drive
Canada V5N 3N9
Our school is housed in an attractive three-story brick building that opened its doors in 1926. The school grounds include an ethno-botanical garden, a well-used community garden, and a large...
3323 Wellington Avenue
Canada V5R 4Y3
Grenfell School was named after Sir Wilfred Grenfell, a legend in Newfoundland and Labrador. Dr. Grenfell, a physician, came from England in 1892 to investigate the lives of the people who fished off their...
2625 Franklin Street
Canada V5K 3W7
Hastings School was built on its present site in 1908. The original wooden building was replaced with the present masonry structure and several additions have been added since that time. The present...
451 East 53rd Avenue
Canada V5X 1J3
Our mission at John Henderson Elementary School is to encourage students to respect themselves and others, and to strive to do their personal best in all ways...
1551 Cypress Street
Canada V6J 3L3
The original eight-room school was built on this site in 1911-1912 at the cost of $48,000. The school was overcrowded within a year, and an additional eight rooms were opened in January 1914...
6350 Tisdall Street
Canada V5Z 3N4
Jamieson Elementary School, built in 1961, was named after Dr. Annie B. Jamieson, the first woman school administrator in Vancouver, who later became a school trustee and chairperson...
5555 Carnarvon Street
Canada V6N 1J2
Kerrisdale School consists of approximately 480 Kindergarten to Grade Seven students. Our classes include an Intermediate District Special Education Class, as well as Kindergarten and...
6901 Elliott Street
Canada V5S 2N1
Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith School was built in 1955 with an addition in 1958. It is a two-storey cement building with 18 classrooms, a gym-auditorium and lunch-activity room. Two portable classrooms...
4055 Blenheim Street
Canada V6L 2Z1
Lord Kitchener Elementary is located on a 4.36-acre site on the west side of Vancouver. The school consists of two playing fields, a recently completed adventure playground, the main building...
1166 West 14th Avenue
Canada V6H 1P6
L'Ecole Bilingue, Vancouver's first French Immersion program, opened its lead class at David Lloyd George Elementary School in 1973. Shortly afterwards, due to rapid growth, we moved to our current site...
7350 Laurel Street
Canada V6P 3T9
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Elementary School enrolls approximately 360 students in Kindergarten through Grade 7. Built in 1955, the school is a two-storey concrete structure which has been upgraded...
315 East 23rd Avenue
Canada V5V 1X6
David Livingstone School has a long tradition of providing quality education to students in Vancouver. Located at East 23rd Avenue and Sophia Street, David Livingstone was built in 1912 and opened...
8370 Cartier Street
Canada V6P 4T8
David Lloyd George Elementary School opened in 1921. Presently there are 500 students attending our school. The pupil population represents a wide range of cultural and economic backgrounds...
555 Lillooet Street
Canada V5K 4G4
Dr. A.R. Lord Elementary School is located in the north east part of Vancouver close to the Pacific National Exhibition in a diverse multiethnic community. The school site, located at 555 Lillooet Street...
6100 Battison Street
Canada V5S 3M8
MacCorkindale is proud to be a neighbourhood school. We enroll kindergarten to grade 7 students with a population of about 380 and a staff of about 35. Students extend their school activities with...
1950 East Hastings Street
Canada V5L 1T7
Our school is an inner city community school located at the corner of Hastings Street and Victoria Drive in the downtown eastside of Vancouver. As an inner city school we have an Inner City Project team...
960 East 39th Avenue
Canada V5W 1K8
Opened in 1930, Mackenzie School was named for Sir Alexander Mackenzie, a Canadian trader-explorer and first non-native to travel overland to both the Arctic and Pacific Oceans. Mackenzie school has...
6199 Cypress Street
Canada V6M 3S3
Maple Grove was built in 1924 and an addition was added in 1952. Maple Grove started its life as Magee Secondary. After a few short years it became Maple Grove once the "old" Magee was built...
2684 East 2nd Avenue
Canada V5M 1C9
Maquinna Main School officially opened in 1954 followed by the Annex in 1968. There are approximately 450 students enrolled in Kindergarten to Grade Seven in the two schools...
1300 East 29th Avenue
Canada V5V 2T3
McBride School was named after Sir Richard McBride, premier of British Columbia from 1903-1915. McBride Main School is located in a residential area of central Vancouver. The site has three classroom...
7455 Maple Street
Canada V6P 5P8
McKechnie School was named for Dr. Robert Edward McKechnie, 1861-1944. He was a distinguished surgeon, a member of the first congregation of U.B.C. and a member of the first Senate at the...
1000 East 59th Avenue
Canada V5X 1Y7
Walter Moberly School was named after an explorer-engineer who surveyed the Canadian Pacific Railway's path through the Rockies. Walter Moberly was a man of vision and he risked his life...
2300 Guelph Street
Canada V5T 3P1
Mount Pleasant Elementary School dates from 1893. The original building was located at the corner of Broadway and Main in East Vancouver, on the site now occupied by Kingsgate Mall. In 1972...
2235 Kitchener Street
Canada V5L 2W9
Lord Nelson School which opened in 1911, is named after the 19th century British Admiral, Horatio Nelson. Its 75th Anniversary was celebrated in 1986. The size of the school was increased in 1930, 1952...
2740 Guelph Street
Canada V5T 3P7
Built in 1912, Florence Nightingale Elementary is a VSB designated Inner City School. It is centrally located within Vancouver's East side, along the Broadway corridor, southeast of the major intersections...
3375 Nootka Street
Canada V5M 3N2
Nootka Elementary School was originally Lord Beaconsfield Annex. It was opened for instruction on November 1, 1959. As a result of a growing community, Lord Beaconsfield Annex became...
4710 Slocan Street
Canada V5R 2A1
Built in 1913, the school was named after John Norquay (1841-1889), the first premier of Manitoba. Norquay, who was of Scottish and aboriginal ancestry, was noted for his amiable...
2421 Scarboro Avenue
Canada V5P 2L5
Opened in 1959, and named after an early mayor of Vancouver, David Oppenheimer School enrols approximately 360 students from kindergarten to grade 7. Our students represent...
5970 Selkirk Street
Canada V6M 2Y8
Our school is named after Sir William Osler (1849-1919), the most famous physician of his day. Like Sir William, Osler is committed to high academic standards, and a concern for society's well-being...
1300 East Broadway
Canada V5N 1V6
Queen Alexandra School opened in 1909. The brick construction building has been seismically upgraded over the years. There are five portables on site -- four classrooms and a daycare portable operated...
4102 West 16th Avenue
Canada V6R 3E3
Queen Elizabeth School was officially opened on April 5, 1940 by the Honorable T.D. Patullo, the Premier of British Columbia. The year 2000 marked the 60th Anniversary of our school which was named...
2000 Trimble Street
Canada V6R 3Z4
Queen Mary Elementary supports the learning needs of more than four hundred and forty students from a mainly residential corner of West Point Grey. First established in 1915, the school consists...
3050 Crown Street
Canada V6R 4K9
L'Ecole Jules Quesnel opened its first French Immersion class in 1978. The building, erected in the 1920's, served both as an elementary school and as a wing of Lord Byng Secondary before...
5300 Maple Street
Canada V6M 3T6
Quilchena's name originates from a First Nations word meaning "land of the shining waters". Quilchena opened in 1926 and is now a dual track school, enrolling approximately 370 students...
3315 East 22nd Avenue
Canada V5M 2Z2
Renfrew School is a large traditional school built in the late 1920's. Renfrew Elementary is a neighbourhood school in an urban setting where most students live within walking distance of the school...
1100 Bidwell Street
Canada V6G 2K4
Lord Roberts Elementary School was opened in the Spring of 1901. The building was a wooden structure containing eight classrooms, located at the centre of the existing playground...
2500 Lakewood Drive
Canada V5N 4V1
Laura Secord School is a substantial brick building with heritage status constructed in 1913. In September 2001 the new wing comprising 10 classrooms, 6 small teaching spaces and a library was opened...
1750 East 22nd Avenue
Canada V5N 2P7
Lord Selkirk Elementary School is a large elementary school located in the Cedar Cottage community. The school site, located at 1750 East 2nd Avenue consists of three self-contained structures...
7455 Ontario Street
Canada V5X 3C1
J.W. Sexsmith Community School currently enrolls 410 students reflecting diverse multilingual and multicultural backgrounds. In our school community, there are over twenty different languages spoken...
1130 Keefer Street
Canada V6A 1Z3
The school was built between 1900 and 1907 and named after Sir Edward Hobart Seymour, an Admiral in the British Navy. Our population is approximately 225 students. Our ESL population...
4250 Marguerite Street
Canada V6J 4G3
Shaughnessy Elementary School was opened in 1920 as Prince of Wales Elementary and Senior High, one year after His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, laid the foundation stone. Additional...
5351 Camosun Street
Canada V6N 2C4
The school consists of classes from kindergarten to grade seven and, as of September 30, 2002, enrolls 282 students. Our students represent a great diversity both culturally and economically...
592 East Pender Street
Canada V6A 1V5
Lord Strathona Community School is Vancouver's oldest elementary school as it was founded in 1891. Strathcona has a population of over 500 students who attend school in beautiful heritage buildings...
1850 East 41st Avenue
Canada V5P 1K9
Tecumseh (Main) has approximately 520 students in the care of about 50 staff (including an Area Counsellor based at the school, as well as office space for an itinerant First Nations...
1936 West 10th Avenue
Canada V6J 2B2
The school is named after the famous 19th century British poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson. The school is a beautiful brick building dating from 1912. It boasts a wonderful park-like playground with picnic...
2325 Cassiar Street
Canada V5M 3X3
Thunderbird Elementary is a Kindergarten to Grade 7 school of approximately 400 students. Originally, the school was an annex of Sir Matthew Begbie Elementary, built in 1946. In 1972 a new...
4170 Trafalgar Street
Canada V6L 2M5
Trafalgar School was officially opened in 1947. The one and two-storey building is situated adjacent to Trafalgar Park, providing students with unlimited playing space on tree-lined, grassy fields...
449 East 62nd Avenue
Canada V5X 2G2
Pierre Elliott Trudeau Elementary is a bustling family oriented school enrolling 350 students from Kindergarten through Grade Seven. Approximately half of our students speak Punjabi at home...
3525 Dumfries Street
Canada V5N 3S5
Tyee is a Montessori alternative program school, committed to providing a rich learning environment for all its students based both on Montessori principles and on fulfilling the expectations...
5395 Chancellor Boulevard
Canada V6T 1E2
University Hill is a unique school in a unique setting. Its 500 students come from all over the world representing many nations, languages and cultures. A large proportion of our students stay...
5855 Ontario Street
Canada V5W 2L8
Van Horne Elementary School was built in 1911 and was named after the CPR President Sir William Cornelius Van Horne. It is a two story (and basement) exposed brick building that has undergone...
6111 Elliott Street
Canada V5S 2M1
Waverley School is a single storey school built around a garden courtyard. It was constructed in 1966 and it replaced the old Tecumseh Annex. The school was named for a train station in Edinburgh...
2900 East 44th Avenue
Canada V5R 3A8
Weir Elementary School is a two storey building built in 1963 and named after Dr. George M. Weir, the Minister of Education in the late 1930's and early 1940's. In the year 2000, a new eight room addition...
4251 Ontario Street
Canada V5V 3G8
General James Wolfe Elementary School was built in 1910. Two years later the increasing population necessitated the building of two wings on the school. Two temporary wooden buildings...
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