Holyrood Elementary School
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Holyrood Elementary School is a bilingual school in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada named after Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, Scotland. The school is located in a south-east Edmonton neighborhood of the same name.
Holyrood School opened in 1955 when Edmonton was growing rapidly due to the Post-World War II baby boom and discovery of oil near Edmonton in 1947. Holyrood introduced French immersion and Ukrainian bilingual programs in the 1970s, to make it a tri-lingual school. Holyrood no longer has the Ukrainian bilingual program due to low enrolment. Now it only has French Immersion and English.
- Official Site
- Edmonton Public Schools Holyrood Page
- Holyrood Provincial Achievement Test Multiyear Reports
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