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Lester B. Pearson School Board

Lester B. Pearson School Board
Location
1925 Brookdale Ave. Dorval, Quebec H9P 2Y7
Canada
District information
Schools 40 elementary schools 12 high schools[1]
Budget CA$203,987,737[2] million (2006-2007)
Students and staff
Students More than 20,000
Other information
Website .ca.qc.lbpsbwww
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The Lester B. Pearson School Board (LBPSB, French: Commission scolaire Lester-B.-Pearson) is one of the largest school boards on the island of Montreal and one of the nine English school boards in the province of Quebec.

The LBPSB is responsible for English public schools from Verdun, through the West Island and Ile Perrot and "mainland" territories stretching west to the Ontario border. It is named after Lester B. Pearson, Canada's 14th Prime Minister.

Bob Mills is currently the Director General of the school board and the Chairman of the Board is Suanne Stein Day.

The Lester B. Pearson School Board is the only school board in Canada to have an official consultative group of students to its executives. The group, entitled the 'Central Students' Committee' (CSC for short) produces formal responses to the consultations proposed by the Council of Commissioners.

List of LBPSB Schools

This school board oversees 39 elementary schools, 12 secondary schools, 2 adult education centres and 4 vocational training centres, in which more than 20,000 students are enrolled.

Baie-d'Urfé

Elementary School:

Beaconsfield

Vocational Education:

  • Gordon Robertson Centre

Adult Education:

  • Place Cartier Adult Centre

High school:

Elementary School:

Dollard-des-Ormeaux

Elementary School:

Dorval

Elementary School:

Hudson

High school:

Elementary School:

Kirkland

Elementary School:

Lachine

Vocational Education:

  • Pearson Electrotechnology Centre

High school:

Elementary School:

LaSalle

Vocational Education:

  • P.A.C.C Vocational Training

Adult Education:

  • P.A.C.C. (Adult Education)

High schools:

Elementary School:

Pierrefonds-Roxboro, Montreal

Vocational Education:

  • West Island Career Centre

High schools:

Elementary School:

Pincourt

Elementary School:

Pointe-Claire

High schools:

Elementary School:

Saint-Lazare

High schools:

Elementary School:

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

High schools:

Vaudreuil

Elementary School:

Verdun

High schools:

Elementary Schools:

  • Verdun Elementary School
  • Angrignon Elementary School
  • Riverview Elementary School

References

  1. ^ LBPSB Website
  2. ^ 2006-2007 LBPSB Budget Document
  3. ^ The Suburban News | LBPSB to open new high school in Pointe Claire
  4. ^ newscoverage.org • Editor • Robert Frank • Rédacteur • reportages.ca: Horizon High School celebrates its first graduates

External links

  • Official website
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