List of schools of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

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Schools of the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board



  • Huntley Centennial Public School





  • Kars on the Rideau Public


  • Manotick Public


  • Metcalfe Public


  • Heritage Public School


  • Adrienne Clarkson Elementary School
  • Barrhaven Public School
  • Bayshore Public School
  • Bells Corners Public School
  • Berrigan Elementary School
  • Briargreen Public School
  • Chapman Mills Public School
  • Farley Mowat Public School
  • Jockvale Elementary School
  • Knoxdale Public School
  • Lakeview Public School
  • Manordale Public School
  • Mary Honeywell Elementary School
  • Meadowlands Public School
  • Sir Winston public School

North Gower[edit]

  • North Gower-Marlborough Public


  • Avalon Public
  • Convent Glen Elementary
  • Dunning-Foubert Elementary
  • Fallingbrook Community Elementary
  • Forest Valley Elementary
  • Henry Larsen Elementary
  • Heritage Public
  • Maple Ridge Elementary
  • Orléans Wood Elementary
  • Terry Fox Elementary
  • Trillium Elementary


  • Osgoode Public



  • Richmond Public



  • Robert E. Wilson Public


  • Stonecrest Elementary

Intermediate schools[edit]

Intermediate/High schools[edit]

High schools[edit]


  • Belcourt High School closed unknown
  • TP Maxwell Public School closed unknown (now Carlington Community and Health Services)
  • Fairfield Public School closed 1985 (located at 22 Steele street in Gloucester, it became École élémentaire publique Séraphin-Marion in the mid-1980s. This Franco-Ontarian school then moved to Lamira Dow Billings School, on Loyola Drive in 2002, and the former Fairfield School was demolished. LD Bilings had hosted Séraphin-Marion on its grounds in the years prior to its move on Steele Street.)
  • Brewer Park Public School closed unknown (now Westboro Academy)
  • Bel-Air Public School closed 1980s (now École élémentaire publique Charlotte-Lemieux)
  • Fisher Park High School closed June 1987 (became Notre Dame Catholic high School and now Fisher Park Intermediate School and Summit Alternative)
  • Sir John A. MacDonald High School closed June 1987 (now St. Paul Catholic High School)
  • Fisher Heights Public School closed 1988 (now Ottawa Islamic School)
  • Graham Park Public School closed 1988 (became École Maimonides School) demolished June 2011
  • Highland Park High School closed early 1990s (now Notre Dame High School)
  • High School Of Commerce closed 1990 (now Adult High School)
  • Brook Lane Public School closed 1991 (now St. Gregory Catholic School)
  • Ottawa Technical High School closed 1992 (now Albert Street Education Centre)
  • Champlain High School closed 1993 (located at 281 Lanark Street in Westboro, Connaught Public School used the building in 1993-94 while Connaught's building was getting renovated. It later became Centre Jules-Léger.)
  • Confederation High School closed 1999, (still used as a venue for teacher workshops, sporting events, and location of Ottawa regional Reach for the Top games.)
  • Crichton Street Public School closed 1999 (The School of Dance)
  • McNabb Park Public School closed 1999 (now Richard Pfaff Alternative School)
  • Queensway Public School closed 1999 (now Joan of Arc Academy / Académie Jeanne-d'Arc)
  • Whitehaven Public School closed 1999 (became École élémentaire catholique Terre-des-Jeunes which moved in 2008, now École élémentaire catholique d'enseignement personnalisé Édouard-Bond )
  • City View Public School closed 1990's (later became City View Special Education Centre and now Elizabeth Wyn Wood)
  • City View Special Education Centre closed 1990's or 2000's (now Elizabeth Wyn Wood)
  • McArthur High School closed 2001 (now Ottawa Technical Learning Centre)
  • Overbrook Public School closed 2001 (now Counterpoint Academy Day Care)
  • Lamira Dow Billings Elementary School (closed in 2002. Now École élémentaire publique Séraphin-Marion)
  • Meadowview Public School (Navan,Ontario) closed 2004
  • Merivale Public School closed 2004, (still used as a leased site)
  • Riverview Public School (Cumberland,Ontario) closed 2004
  • J. S. Woodsworth Secondary School closed June 2005 (now École secondaire publique Deslauriers)
  • Laurentian High School closed June 2005 demolished late 2009
  • R. Byrns Curry Public School (now Bayview Public School) closed 2006
  • Fitzroy Harbour Public School closed June 2006 (located in Fitzoy Harbour, Ontario)
  • Bayview Public School closed June 2007 (moved to R. Byrns Curry Public School site, originally located on 3071 Riverside Drive) demolished 2009
  • Christie Public School closed June 2007 (Became Grant Alternative School from 2007-2017)
  • Grant Alternative School closed June 2017 (located on 2380 Richmond Road which then the school moved to Christie Public School site in 2007, later closed as a school in 2017)
  • Torbolton Public School closed June 2007 (Woodlawn,Ontario)
  • Queenswood Public School closed June 2008 (now Garderie Coccinelle and École La Source in Orléans)
  • Fitzroy Centennial Public School closed June 2009 (Kinburn,Ontario)
  • McGregor Easson Public School closed June 2010 (now École Pavilion Genereive)
  • Parkwood Hills Public School closed June 2010 (used a rental site)
  • Munster Public School closed June 2015 (Munster, Ontario)
  • Rideau High School closed June 2017
  • Century Public School closed June 2017 (moved Grades 7 and 8 to Merivale High School)
  • D. Aubrey Moodie Intermediate School closed June 2017 (moved to Bell High School for Grades 7 and 8)
  • Grant Alternative School closed June 2017 (moved to Christie Public School site in 2007, originally located on 2380 Richmond Road closed in 1987 and re-opened in 1991)
  • Leslie Park Public School closed June 2017
  • Greenbank Public Middle School closed June 2017 (now Knoxdale Public School), the school moved to Sir Robert Borden High School for grades 7 and 8. The school shared the building with Knoxdale Public School which now Knoxdale has taken over the Greenbank section of the building.


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