Richmond School District

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For the school district in the United States formerly called the "Richmond School District", see West Contra Costa Unified School District.
School District 38 Richmond
Sd38-headquarters.jpg
Region Lower Mainland
Board office location Richmond
Communities served Richmond
Number of schools 53
Budget:

CAD$ (millions)

150.2
Student population:

full-time equivalent

22,512
Superintendent: Mr. Bruce Bearisto
School District 38 Richmond

Richmond School District (School District No. 38) is a school district based in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.

The school board serves the city of Richmond.

Schools[edit]

As of 2013 the district has 38 primary schools, 10 secondary schools, and one alternative school. The Richmond School District (SD38) believes in a hands on learning approach and is less worried about the grades of their students ,but rather the actual skills of their students. [1]

Elementary schools[edit]

In Richmond, most elementary schools run from Kindergarten to Grade 7.

  • Anderson Elementary School (French immersion offered)
  • Blair Elementary School
  • Blundell Elementary School
  • Bridge Elementary School (French immersion offered)
  • Brighouse Elementary School
  • Byng Elementary School
  • Cook Elementary School
  • DeBeck Elementary School
  • Diefenbaker Elementary School (French immersion offered)
  • Dixon Elementary School (French immersion offered)
  • Errington Elementary School
  • Ferris Elementary School
  • Garden City Elementary School (Montessori education offered)
  • General Currie Elementary School
  • Gilmore Elementary School (French immersion offered)
  • Grauer Elementary School
  • Hamilton Elementary School
  • Homma Elementary School (French immersion offered)
  • John T. Errington Elementary School
  • Kingswood Elementary School
  • Kidd Elementary School
  • Lee Elementary School
  • Maple Lane Elementary School
  • McKay Elementary School
  • McKinney Elementary School (Montessori education offered)
  • McNeely Elementary School (French immersion offered)
  • Mitchell Elementary School (French immersion offered)
  • Quilchena Elementary School
  • Sea Island Elementary School
  • Spul'u'kwuks Elementary School
  • Steves Elementary School (Montessori education offered)
  • Tait Elementary School
  • Talmey Elementary School
  • Thompson Elementary School
  • Tomsett Elementary School
  • Westwind Elementary School (Contains a mostly white population)
  • Whiteside Elementary School (French immersion offered)
  • Woodward Elementary School
  • Wowk Elementary School

Secondary schools[edit]

Prior to 1996, Richmond had separate Junior Secondary Schools (grades 8-10) and Senior Secondary Schools (grades 11-12). Starting in 1996, the district began a two year merging process that changed all high schools to be Grades 8 to 12 inclusive.

Current list of Secondary Schools:

Alternate schools[edit]

School reports - Ministry of Education[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2013 District Annual Report." Richmond School District. p. 7. Retrieved on August 27, 2013.

External links[edit]