London District Catholic School Board

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London District Catholic School Board
LDCSB
Front of the LDCSB office.jpg
Address
5200 Wellington Road South
London, Ontario, N6A 4X5
Canada
Coordinates 42°53′47″N 81°12′10″W / 42.89652°N 81.20268°W / 42.89652; -81.20268Coordinates: 42°53′47″N 81°12′10″W / 42.89652°N 81.20268°W / 42.89652; -81.20268
District information
Chair of the board Bill Hall
Director of education Linda Staudt
Schools 45 elementary
9 secondary
Budget CA$216 million[1] million (2009-10)
District ID B67032
Students and staff
Students approx. 20,000
Other information
Elected trustees 8: P.Squire, C.Roach, S.Cruz, P.Almeida, W.Hall, M.Wolfs, R. Mantle, L. Steel
Website www.ldcsb.ca

The London District Catholic School Board (LDCSB, known as English-language Separate District School Board No. 38 prior to 1999[2]) is a separate school board offering Catholic education in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. It serves students from Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford counties, and also those from the cities of London, St. Thomas and Woodstock.

Approximately 20,000 students are enrolled in the school board's forty-five elementary and nine secondary schools. The secondary schools it administers are:

Elementary schools[edit]

Continuing education and adult schools[edit]

Closed Schools of the LDCSB[edit]

  • St. Joseph's Catholic School, Thamesford, Closed June 2014
  • St. Thomas More Catholic School, Rodney, Closed June 1995
  • Sacred Heart Catholic School, Ingersoll, Closed June 2004
  • St. Mary's Catholic School, Tillsonburg, Closed June 2004
  • St. Gabriel Catholic School, St. Thomas, Closed June 2009
  • St. Raphael Catholic School, St. Thomas, Closed June 2009
  • St. Francis Catholic School, Princeton, Closed June 2012
  • St. Rita Catholic School, Woodstock, Closed June 2012

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], 2009-2010 Approved Budget.
  2. ^ "Ontario Regulation 107/08". e-Laws. Government of Ontario. Retrieved 15 April 2014.