School District 52 Prince Rupert

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School District 52 Prince Rupert
Location
Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert, Port Edward, Hartley Bay in Northwest
Canada
District information
Superintendent Ken Minette
Schools 9
Budget CA$25.2 million
Students and staff
Students 2046
Other information
Website www.rupertschools.ca

School District 52 Prince Rupert is a school district in British Columbia. It serves the City of Prince Rupert and the outlying First Nation village at Hartley Bay.

History[edit]

Prince Rupert is a port city on British Columbia’s northwest coast. It’s a gateway to wilderness areas like the Khutzeymateen Grizzly Sanctuary bear habitat. Shops and cafes dot the waterfront Cow Bay area. The Museum of Northern B.C. showcases the region’s natural and cultural heritage. South, the North Pacific Cannery traces the city’s salmon-canning history. Humpback whales swim in the fish-filled waters offshore. Weather: 15°C, Wind S at 8 km/h, 75% Humidity Population: 12,508 (2011) Regional District: Skeena-Queen Charlotte

Schools[edit]

School Location Grades
Charles Hays Secondary School Prince Rupert 9-12
Conrad Elementary School Prince Rupert K-5
Hartley Bay Elem-Jr Secondary School Hartley Bay K-12
Pacific Coast School Prince Rupert 9-12 (Alternate)
Lax Kxeen Elementary School Prince Rupert K-5
Pineridge Elementary School Prince Rupert K-5
Port Edward Elementary School Port Edward K-5
Prince Rupert Middle School Prince Rupert 6-8
Roosevelt Park Elementary School Prince Rupert K-5

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