Riverside School Board

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Riverside School Board
Logo-riverside.svg
Board office location 7525 chemin de Chambly, Saint-Hubert, Quebec
Founded July 1, 1998
Communities served South Shore (Montreal)
Number of schools 19 elementary schools 5 high schools[1]
Number of students 9,000 (2012-13)[2]
Chair of the Board Dan Lamoureux
Director of Education Sylvain Racette
www.rsb.qc.ca

The Riverside School Board (RSB, French: Commission scolaire de Riverside) is an English-language school board in the province of Quebec and provides educational services and programs to all students who have a certificate of eligibility for English education in Quebec. They are responsible for anglophone public schools on South Shore (Montreal). Riverside consistently places among the top five and has one of the lowest dropout rates of the 72 public school boards in Quebec, both English and French. It is the birthplace of the French immersion program and offers the International Baccalaureate program in many of their elementary and high Schools.

Their territory spans more than 7,500 square kilometers and extends from Sorel in the north, along the St. Lawrence River to Sainte-Catherine in the west, south to the United States border and several kilometers east of the Richelieu River. Riverside's educational and training facilities serve the residents of over 115 municipalities on the Montérégie.

Sylvain Racette is currently the Director General of the school board and the Chair of the Council of Commissioners is Dan Lamoureux.

List of RSB Schools[edit]

This school board oversees 19 elementary schools, 5 secondary schools, 2 outreach schools, and 2 adult and vocational centres, in which over 10,000 students are enrolled.

Elementary School[edit]

High schools[edit]

Other Schools[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official Website
  2. ^ "2012-13 Annual Report". Riverside School Board. Retrieved 9 December 2014. 

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