School District 20 Kootenay-Columbia

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School District No. 20 (Kootenay-Columbia)
Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, Robson, Fruitvale in Kootenays
District information
Superintendent Mr. Greg Luterbach
Schools 12
Budget CA$40.8[1] million
Students and staff
Students 3915.7[2]
Other information

School District No. 20 (Kootenay-Columbia) is a school district in southeastern British Columbia. It includes Trail, Castlegar, Rossland, and Fruitvale.


The Kootenay-Columbia School district was created in 1996 with the amalgamation of School District 9 (Castlegar) and School District 11 (Trail).


Information in this table changes often. Listed values are current as of November 9, 2013.[3]

School Number Location Grades Enrollment Mascot Principal
Continuing Education SD20 2020000 Trail 10-12, Graduated Adult 32 Mr. Nathan Robinson
Fruitvale Elementary School 2011005 Fruitvale K-7 239 Falcon Mrs. Teresa Berdusco
Glenmerry Elementary School 2011015 Trail K-7 334 Jaguar Mr. Patrick Audet
J. Lloyd Crowe Secondary School 2011012 Trail 8-12 831 Hawk Mr. David DeRosa
James L Webster Elementary School 2011009 Trail K-7 239 Lion Mr. Brian Stefani
Kinnaird Elementary School 2009006 Castlegar K-7 309 Mr. Wayne Naka
Kootenay-Columbia Learning Centre 2099137 Trail 6-12 101 Mr. Nathan Robinson
On-Line Learning Centre 2099090 Castlegar 9-12 47 Mr. Nathan Robinson
Robson Community School 2020021 Robson K-7 170 Ms. Leanne Mckenzie
Rossland Summit School 2011014 Rossland K-9 302 Lion Ms. Karen Lavender
Stanley Humphries Secondary School 2009010 Castlegar 8-12 581 Rocky the Bulldog Mr. Aaron Mckenzie
Twin Rivers Elementary School 2009011

Castlegar Primary Campus

Castlegar 3-7


416 Tiger Mr. Douglas Hickey

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "2014 Special Open Board Meeting 8" (PDF). School District No. 20 (Kootenay-Columbia). 
  2. ^ "Student Statistics 2012-13" (PDF). BC Ministry of Education. 
  3. ^ "School Information". School District No. 20 (Kootenay-Columbia). 

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