School District 51 Boundary

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School District 51 Boundary
Board office location Grand Forks
Communities served Beaverdell, Grand Forks, Midway, Greenwood, Christina Lake, Rock Creek, Riverdale, Bouldercrest in Boundary, Bottom of the Valley
Number of schools 11
Budget (CAD$ million) 15.2
Number of students 1742
Superintendent Mr. Kevin Argue
School District 51 website

School District 51 Boundary is a school district in British Columbia. Centred in Grand Forks, it covers an area west to the outskirts of Kelowna, British Columbia and all along the border with the United States. This includes the communities of Midway, Greenwood, Beaverdell, and Rock Creek.

History[edit]

School District 51 was created in 1996 with the merger of School District No. 12 (Grand Forks) and School District No. 13 (Kettle Valley).

Schools[edit]

School Location Grades
Beaverdell Elementary School Beaverdell K-3
Big White Community School Big White K-11
Boundary Central Secondary School Midway 8-12
Christina Lake Elementary School Christina Lake K-7
Dr. D. A. Perley Elementary School Grand Forks K-7
Grand Forks Secondary School Grand Forks 8-12
Greenwood Elementary School Greenwood 4-7
John A. Hutton Elementary School Grand Forks K-7
Midway Elementary School Midway K-3
Walker Development Centre Grand Forks 8-12
West Boundary Elementary School Rock Creek K-7

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