Stephen Leacock Public School

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Stephen Leacock Public School
25 Leacock Drive
Ottawa, Ontario, K2K 1S2, Canada
School board OCDSB
Superintendent Jill Bennett
Area trustee Cathy Curry
Principal Pauline McKenna
Administrator Teresa Leclair
Chief custodian Steve Van Rumpt
School type Elementary school
Grades 1-8 (soon to be 1-6)
Language Early and Late French Immersion
Founded 1960s
Enrollment 712
Communities served Beaverbrook , Kanata Lakes
Feeder schools Earl of March Secondary School
Homepage Stephen Leacock Public School

Stephen Leacock Public School is an Ottawa-Carleton District School Board elementary public school in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.


Stephen Leacock, a highly rated public school,[1] is located in suburban Kanata in the Beaverbrook neighbourhood. The school also serves the neighbourhood of Kanata Lakes and Kanata estates. It accommodates students from Grade 1 to Grade 8. The school is named after Stephen Leacock.


Early French Immersion is: 100% French instruction at the grade 1 level; 80% French and 20% English at the grade 2 and 3 levels; 60% French and 40% English in grades 4, 5 & 6; and 50% French and 50% English in grade 7 and 8.[2]


Athletes from the school have excelled at a variety of sports such as track and field, volleyball, basketball and badminton.


  1. ^ "Fraser Institute School Report Card". Retrieved 2012-10-11. 
  2. ^ Programs and Services - Academic Programs

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Coordinates: 45°19′30″N 75°54′10″W / 45.325111°N 75.902769°W / 45.325111; -75.902769