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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA One Hundred and Second Annual Report JULY… British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1973

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 DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION
OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
One Hundred and Second Annual Report
JULY 1, 1972, TO JUNE 30, 1973
By the Honourable the Minister of Education
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1973
  To the Honourable Walter S. Owen, Q.C., LL.D.,
Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of British Columbia.
May it please Your Honour:
I beg respectfully to present the One Hundred and Second Report of the
Department of Education.
EILEEN E. DAILLY
Minister of Education
  PERSONNEL, JUNE 30,  1973
Minister of Education:
The Honourable Eileen E. Dailly
Executive Assistant:
Mrs. H. M. Freeze
Deputy Minister of Education:
J. Phillipson, B.A., B.Ed.
Superintendents of Educational Services:
Administrative Services: Instructional Services:
J. L. Canty, B.A., M.Ed. J. R. Meredith, B.A., M.Ed.
Field Services:
W. D. Reid, B.A., M.Ed.
Financial Services:
J. R. Fleming, B.A.
Post-secondary Education:
A. E. Soles, B.A., M.Ed.
Special Services:
J. Walsh, B.Sc, M.Ed.
Administrative Services:
Senior Administrative Officer: F. J. Keogh, Dip.Sch.Admin.
Assistant, School Board Affairs: R. S. Price, B.A., B.Com.
Director of School Planning: F. B. Simpson, M.R.A.I.C, A.R.I.B.A.
Assistant, School Construction: H. R. Jordan.
Personnel Officer: J. A. Holmes.
Field Services:
Director of Home Economics: Miss J. R. Irvine, B.Sc.
Inspectors of Home Economics: Miss J. Campbell, B.Sc, M.A., Dip.Ed., Mrs. H. Krueger, B.Sc.
Director, Vocational and Industrial Education: J. Jupp.
Inspectors of Technical Classes: M. J. C. Tidmarsh, R. C. Smith.
Financial Services:
Assistant Comptroller of Expenditure: I. Valen, C.G.A.
Senior Audit Accountant: G. Gamble, R.I.A.
Instructional Services:
Director of Audio-Visual Services: B. A. Black.
Director of Curriculum Development: W. B. Naylor, B.A.
Assistant Director of Curriculum: W. D. Oliver, B.A.
Director of Curriculum Resources: D. W. C. Huggins, C.G.A.
Registrar and Director of Examinations and Teacher Certification: E. A. Killough, B.Ed., M.A.
Assistant Director, Teacher Certification: E. D. Cherrington, B.A.
Assistant Director, Examinations: H. C D. Chalmers, B.Sc, Ph.C.
Director of Research and Standards: C. B. Conway, B.Sc, M.S., D.Pjed.
Research Officer: R. C May, B.A., M.Sc.
Librarian: Mrs. A. Armstrong, B.A.
Post-secondary Education:
Director of Academic Programmes: J. F. Newberry, B.Ed., M.Ed., Ph.D.
Director, Planning and Research: D. S. McLelland, M.R.A.I.C.
Director, Finance and Administration: R. A. Munro, B.Com., C.A.
Technical-Vocational:
Assistant Superintendent: V. E. Rickard, B.Ed.
Co-ordinator of Adult Technical and Vocational Training: D. G. Anstey.
Supervisor, Adult Technical and Vocational Education: P. C. MacGregor.
Director, Division of Technical and Vocational Curriculum: D. N. Franklin.
 Special Services:
Director of Correspondence Education: J. R. Hind, B.A., B.P.ED.
Co-ordinator of Guidance Programmes: P. J. Kitley, B.A., MA.
Public Relations Administrative Officer: S. R. Halton, BA.
District Superintendents of Schools:
K. F. Alexander, B.Sc, B.Ed., Mission City.
N. A. Allen, B.A., West Vancouver.
W. W. Baldry, B.A., M.Ed., Kitimat.
J. E. Beech, B.A., B.Ed., White Rock.
G. C. Bissell, B.A., B.Ed., Castlegar.
R. S. Boyle, B.A., B.Ed., Qualicum Beach.
C. A. Bruce, B.A., B.Ed., Kamloops.
J. J. Burdikin, B.A., M.Ed., A.C.E., Smithers.
A. D. Campbell, B.A., B.Ed., Vanderhoof.
D. H. Campbell, B.A., B.Ed., Oliver.
R. B. Cox, B.A., Courtenay.
H. E. Cullis, B.Sc, M.A., Squamish.
C Cuthbert, B.Acc, B.Ed., M.Ed., Langley.
D. E. A. Eldred, B.Ed., M.Ed., Grand Forks.
J. M. Evans, B.A., M.Ed., Surrey.
D. L. Feir, B.A., M.A., Quesnel.
H. C. Ferguson, B.A., Powell River.
R. E. Flower, B.A., B.Ed., Williams Lake.
W. B. Fromson, B.A., B.Ed., North Vancouver.
S. J. Graham, B.A., New Westminster.
P. C. Grant, B.A., B.Ed., Vernon.
R. R. Hanna, B.A., B.Ed., Sechelt.
D. L. Hartwig, B.A., Fernie.
W. L. B. Hawker, B.A., B.Ed., Maple Ridge.
C Holob, B.S.A., M.Ed., Richmond.
C Hopper, B.Ed., M.Ed., Hope.
R. W. Huestis, B.Com., B.Ed., Port Hardy.
W. B. Johston, B.Ed., M.Ed., Trail.
E. E. Lewis, B.A., B.Pjed., Sidney.
A. J. Longmore, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed., Victoria.
R. F. Lucas, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed., Prince Rupert.
W. E. Lucas, B.A., B.P^d., North Vancouver.
R. G. Lyon, B.Ed., M.Ed., Port Alberni.
J. T. McBurney, B.Com., M.Ed., Fort Nelson.
D. E. McFee, B. A., M.A., Merritt.
A. P. McKay, B.Com., M.Ed., Revelstoke.
C. S. McKenzie, B.A., Delta.
D. H. MacKirdy, D.F.C, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed.,
Duncan.
P. G. McLoughlin, B.A., Dip.Ed., B.Ed., Fort
St. John.
J. I. Macdougall, B.A., M.A., M.Ed., D.P^ed.,
Chilliwack.
E. A. Maglio, B.Com., B.Ed., Dawson Creek.
F. T. Middleton, B.A., B.Ed., Creston.
W. J. Mouat, B.A., M.Ed., Abbotsford.
G. H. Nelson, B.A., B.Ed., Penticton.
F. J. Orme, B.A., B.P/ed., Kelowna.
G. M. Paton, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed., Coquitlam.
P. B. Pullinger, B.A., B.Ed., Sooke.
W. F. Ramsay, B.A., B.Ed., Relieving District
Superintendent, Victoria.
C. T. Rendle, B.A., Burnaby.
A. C. Rutledge, B.Ed., M.Ed., Kimberley.
H. Sayers, M.A., M.Ed., Cranbrook.
D. R. Smyth, B.P.E., M.Ed., Terrace.
E. C. Stewart, B.A., B.Ed., Lake Cowichan.
C. I. Taylor, B.A., B.Ed., Campbell River.
M. V. Thorsell, B.A., M.Ed., Jericho Hill
Schools.
D. P. Todd, B.A., B.Ed., Prince George.
D. N. Weicker, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed., Nanaimo.
C. C. Wright, B.A., Salmon Arm.
W. J. Zoellner, B.A., B.Ed., Nelson.
 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Report of the Deputy Minister	
The Division of Administrative Services	
The Division of Field Services	
The Division of Instructional Services.
The Division of Post-secondary Education.
The Division of Special Services	
Page
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. 19
. 25
. 35
. 41
Statistical Tables:
See page 47 for details.
  Report of the Deputy Minister of Education
The 1972/73 school-year, which ended on June 30, was a significant one for
education in British Columbia in so far as many changes were made and many
innovative policies given fresh impetus. Most were designed with a view to improving and broadening learning situations through curriculum developments and practices, and through the provision of more financial support to school districts. Most
are mentioned and many described in other sections of this Report.
Among specific amendments to the Public Schools Act passed at Legislature
sessions in the fall of 1972 and the spring of 1973 were:
The referendum requirement for school boards whose budgets exceeded
110 per cent of the previous year's was eliminated.
The number of pupils constituting an elementary-school instructional
unit was reduced from 30 to 25.
Free collective bargaining between teachers and school boards was
established.
Provision of kindergartens by all school districts by September 1975 was made
mandatory, with deferment after September 1973 only with ministerial approval.
Attendance was not made compulsory.
Local appointment of District Superintendents of Schools was authorized for
districts having a minimum of 20,000 pupils.
School boards were authorized to enter into agreements with municipalities or
regional districts to build, maintain, or operate joint facilities for community use.
School boards were authorized to allow school buses to be used for pupils'
field trips or to rent them to recreation commissions, parks boards, or similar
bodies for use outside school-hours.
The Provincial Government was empowered to pay 100 per cent of the capital
costs of approved college facilities.
Among changes effected in the Public Schools Act Regulations were the
abolition of corporal punishment, an increase in the amount of sharable boarding
allowances, and increased allowances for classes in remote areas.
Education Commission
During the Spring 1973 Session of the Legislature the Minister of Education
announced that she would establish an Education Commission to examine the
education system on a continuing basis, involve the public in the examination and,
in time, make recommendations to the Government for changes. The position was
filled by John Bremer, who began to function as Commission of Education later in
the spring.
National Involvement
There has been a marked increase in the involvement of Department personnel
with respect to national activities. Representation on various committees of the
Council of Ministers of Education of Canada has been strengthened, with the result
that the Department is participating in matters involving the total Canadian educational scene. The same applies to meetings of the Secretary of State and Canada
Manpower.
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Communications
A publication Open Line was initiated as a means of communication between
the Department and others involved in education. It was well received by trustees
and teachers and is planned to continue publication in order to fill the communications needs of the Department. Also, as a means of iMorrning the public of
educational trends, the permanent exhibit in the British Columbia Pavilion in the
Pacific National Exhibition grounds was rebuilt.
Research
Support was given to a number of "action research" projects to enable teachers
to develop ideas which will assist with instruction at the classroom level. Significant
financial support was given to the Educational Research Institute of British Columbia, Project Canada West, and the Laboratory fof Educational Advancement,
Research, and Needs.
Teaching of French
An increased effort was placed on the teaching of French with emphasis on its
conversational aspect. Significant amounts of money were allocated to school
districts, through agreement with Canada, to purchase audio-visual materials, to
promote workshops, and in various ways to assist teachers. An exchange of 25
teachers of French in British Columbia with 25 teachers of English in Quebec was
carried out in co-operation with the Quebec Ministry of Education. This was
considered to be a successful programme worthy of continuation.
Enrolment Trends
It is of interest to note that the Kindergarten to Grade XII enrolment increased
by 2,583—the smallest increase in more than 30 years.
Elementary (K-VTI) enrolment dropped for the second consecutive year.
The decrease of 1,585 pupils would have been even greater if kindergarten enrolment had not increased by 2,560. Grades I to VII enrolment actually declined by
4,145 pupils, thus reflecting the decrease in the number of births which began in
1961.
Secondary (VIII-XII) enrolment increased by 2.1 per cent or 4,168 pupils
over the previous year.
Teacher Data
The numerical increase of 75.7 (0.3 per cent) full-time equivalent teachers
from the 22,891.1 of June 1972 to the 22,966.8 of June 1973 is the smallest since
the number of teachers actually decreased by 169 from June 1942 to June 1943.
The percentage of teachers (including part-time teachers) with at least one
university degree was 64.0 per cent in June 1973, up almost 4 per cent from the high
of 60.4 per cent in June 1972.
The percentage of teachers (including part-time teachers) with a professional
certificate (or its equivalent) increased 4 per cent from 65 per cent in June 1972
to 69 per cent in June 1973.
 ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
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DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
A number of changes, both major and minor, in the functions of the Division
of Administrative Services were announced during the 1972/73 school-year, and
the staff of the Division was augmented to enable it to offer better service to the
school system.
The most significant change was the introduction of the Essential Instructional
Facilities Programme, generally referred to as the 1-3-5 Programme, early in 1973.
The 1-3-5 Programme required that the school districts, in consultation with the
Department, develop in some detail a three-year programme of facility planning,
with a less-detailed forecast for a further two years, so that provisions can be made
for the necessary financing. A review of the planning programme is required prior
to the implementation of each year's building programme.
As a result of this development, most school districts were visited by one of
three survey teams. Each team, whenever possible, consisted of an educator, a
member of the School Planning Branch, and a specialist in the administrative/
financial area. The task of the teams was twofold—to assist the boards in assessing
needs for three to five years instead of only one year, and to indicate to the boards
building projects which would, if future needs developed, be acceptable to the
Department for grant purposes. In addition, each district was assisted in planning
its financing, within existing borrowing authority whenever possible, so that additional borrowing could be reduced to a minimum.
During the summer and fall of 1972 the last essential building programme
survey for the Province was conducted by the Division. Discussions took place with
all school boards and most areas of the Province were visited. It resulted in school
boards placing referenda before their owner-electors totalling $65,427,395, of which
$54,651,845 received the necessary affirmative votes. The balance of the required
capital funds for the approved essential projects was available from previously
approved referenda.
Meanwhile, capital expenditures for the 1971 calendar year (section 190
approvals) were finalized:
$
Site purchase and improvement     4,097,391
Buildings  (construction)  45,614,586
Equipment     7,449,811
Plans and supervision     2,721,129
59,882,917
The Division's School Planning Branch continued to monitor school building
activity in the Province by inspection and approval of plans for all school construction, whether new buildings or renovation. During the calendar year 1972, contract
documents for approximately 260 major projects were processed. The Branch also
prepared plans and specifications for a number of individual school buildings and
supervised their construction.
Toward the end of the year the first steps were taken to establish an Advisory
and Consultative Committee to the Director of the School Planning Branch. This
Committee, consisting of representatives of the BCSTA, the BCTF, the Architectural
Institute of British Columbia, the B.C. Construction Association, and the School
Plant Officials Association should prove invaluable both as a means of communica-
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tion with the field and as a means of providing assistance to the Department as it
continues its revision of standards with respect to school building and administrative
procedures.
Concurrently the first major step was taken in the revision of the School Building Manual with the publication in March 1973 of an Administrative Circular which
substantially modified the basis of Departmental approval for new elementary schools
and major additions to existing schools. Recognizing the need for flexibility in the
size of instructional space, as well as the need for the traditional type of classroom,
the provision for standard classrooms only has been replaced with an allowance
based on square footage per pupil, together with a requirement that buildings must
be designed so that modifications in the interior arrangements can take place with
minimum cost and dislocation of pupils.
At the same time an important amendment to section 171 of the Act authorized
boards to enter into the joint construction and operation of school-community
facilities. The impact of this amendment had not yet begun to be felt by the end of
the 1972/73 school-year, but it is evident that it will be one of the more significant
changes made during the year. Preliminary indications show that boards and
communities are interested both in modifying standard school facilities so that they
can be of greater community use and in providing, in co-operation with the communities, additional facilities which will be of value in the instructional programme,
particularly in physical education, drama, and music.
School Board Organization
During the school-year ended June 30, 1973, part of School District No. 67
(Ladysmith) was amalgamated with School District No. 65 (Cowichan) and part
with School District No. 68 (Nanaimo). This reduced the number of school districts
in the Province to 74, all but one of which have elected school boards. One has an
official trustee. At the end of June there were 69 municipal school districts and five
rural districts.
There were no three-member boards. Twenty-one boards had five-members,
36 had seven-members, and 16 had nine-members.
Transportation, Conveyance of Pupils
The following statistics give details of the conveyance of school-children during
the 1972/73 school-year:
1. Number of large school districts providing transportation  70
2. Total number of vehicles       896
(a) District-owned   653
(b) Contract   239
(c) Other (water taxis, etc.)       5
3. Total daily approved mileage  64,511
4. Total number of pupils carried daily  91,770
Transportation assistance is made available to the parents of pupils who reside
in isolated areas of the Province where there are insufficient pupils to establish a bus
route or a school with the appropriate grade. In the 1972/73 school-year the
Province shared in $436,140 of transportation assistance for 2,414 pupils in 60
school districts.
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Boarding Allowances and Dormitories
A school board may provide boarding allowances for pupils who are not able to
utilize transportation or dormitory facilities. Although a board may pay an allowance it considers appropriate, the amount which the Department would accept as
eligible for Provincial grants was increased in January from $40 to $50 per month.
In the school-year ended in 1973 the Province shared in boarding allowances for
455 pupils in 36 school districts at a cost of $162,030.
The continued extension of transportation routes, together with a population
growth sufficient, in some areas, to permit the establishment of a school, have resulted in a further reduction in the number of pupils who require accommodation in
dormitories. Dormitory data will be found among the statistical tables in this
Report.
STAFF APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS
Headquarters
John Walsh promoted to the position of Superintendent of Special Services
from Superintendent, Jericho Hill School.
S. E. Espley appointed to the position of Executive Secretary to the Commission
on Education, from Superintendent, Financial Services.
J. R. Fleming appointed to the position of Acting Superintendent of Financial
Services.
V. E. Rickard promoted to the position of Assistant Superintendent, Technical-
Vocational Services, Post-secondary Education.
Mrs. H. M. Freeze appointed to the position of Ministerial Executive Assistant.
Dr. J. F. Newberry promoted to the position of Director of Academic Programmes, Post-secondary Education.
R. A. Munro promoted to the position of Director of Finance and Administration, Post-secondary Education.
D. S. McLelland, formerly with the Department of Public Works, appointed
to the position of Director of Planning and Research, Post-secondary Education.
J. A. Holmes, formerly with the Civil Service Commission, appointed to the
position of Departmental Personnel Officer.
Field
J. J. Burdikin appointed to the position of District Superintendent of Schools,
Smithers.
D. L. Hartwig appointed to the position of District Superintendent of Schools,
Fernie.
R. W. Huestis appointed to the position of District Superintendent of Schools,
Vancouver Island North.
E. A. Maglio appointed to the position of District Superintendent of Schools,
Peace River South.
J. T. McBurney appointed to the position of District Superintendent of Schools,
Fort Nelson.
D. R. Smyth appointed to the position of District Superintendent of Schools,
Skeena-Cassiar.
H. Sayers appointed to the position of District Superintendent of Schools,
Cranbrook.
W. G. Bateman promoted to the position of Vice-Principal, B.C. Vocational
School, Burnaby.
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Retirements
Miss M. E. J. Speed, Supervisor of Course Writing (Correspondence), after
31 years of service.
E. E. Hyndman, District Superintendent of Schools, School District No. 62
(Sooke), after 28 years of service with the Department.
C. T. Rendle, District Superintendent of Schools, School District No. 41
(Burnaby), after 23 years of service with the Department.
Miss M. A. S. Musselman, Assistant Registrar (Teacher Certification), after
20 years of service.
F. J. Orme, District Superintendent of Schools, School District No. 23 (Central
Okanagan), after 19 years of service with the Department.
J. E. Beech, District Superintendent of Schools, School District No. 26 (North
Thompson), after 17 years of service with the Department.
J. S. White, Superintendent of Technical-Vocational Services, after 17 years
of service.
J. S. Baker, Instructor 3, B.C. Vocational School, Burnaby, after 15 years of
service.
D. H. Campbell, District Superintendent of Schools, School District No. 14
(South Okanagan) and School District No. 16 (Keremeos), after 15 years of
service with the Department.
R. L. Guppy, Instructor 3, B.C. Vocational School, Burnaby, after 14 years
of service.
W. R. Thomas, Instructor 3, B.C. Vocational School, Burnaby, after 13 years
of service.
W. R. Brown, Vice-Principal (Acting), B.C. Vocational School, Burnaby,
after nine years of service.
D. L. Feir, District Superintendent of Schools, School District No. 28 (Quesnel),
after nine years of service with the Department.
K. C. Henderson, Stockman, B.C. Vocational School, Burnaby, after six years
of service.
25-year Continuous Certificates
C. H. Banks, N. D. Daggett, S. E. Espley, J. R. Meredith, T. Scott, Miss J. D.
Wardhaugh, G. L. Armitage, W. A. Alcombrack.
Executive Development Training Plan Graduate
R. C. May.
Public Administration Course Graduates
D. A. Bland and Miss D. A. Milner.
   DIVISION OF FIELD SERVICES
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DIVISION OF FIELD SERVICES
The Division of Field Services is primarily concerned with the operation of
school districts in the Province of British Columbia. The Division is staffed in the
field by 57 District Superintendents of Schools, each assigned one or more school
districts. Each District Superintendent was also appointed as an executive officer
of the school board, or school boards, with which he worked. The headquarters
staff consists of the Superintendent, the Director of Home Economics and two
advisors, and the Director of Industrial Education and two inspectors of technical
education.
Thus, much of the Division's effort was directed toward liaison and inspection.
During the year the Superintendent organized and attended workshops for District
Superintendents in six zones: Vancouver Island, the Fraser Valley, the Kootenays,
the Okanagan, Northern British Columbia, and Metropolitan Vancouver. These
annual conferences, often attended by other officials of the Department, continue to
be of particular value to members of the field staff who are thus enabled to meet in
small groups to discuss common problems.
Two larger conferences of great value were held. In January 1973 the University of Victoria held its sixth annual seminar for District Superintendents at
Harrison. Thirty-six attended. The seminar theme was "Local Autonomy—Myth
or Reality." In April the Department itself sponsored a conference in Victoria for
all field-service staff. It was devoted mainly to a discussion of ministerial policy and
philosophy, with time also given to discussion of building plans, financial matters,
accreditation of secondary schools, post-secondary developments, and special
education.
Newly appointed members of the staff of District Superintendents, listed in
the personnel section of this Report, came to the Department on the first day of
their appointments, August 1, to meet and talk with senior officials before taking
up their assigned duties in the field. They returned for four days in November for
more extensive meetings.
The Division of Field Services was again involved in the selection of British
Columbia teachers for developing nations in Africa, Southeast Asia, and the West
Indies. The Superintendent was chairman of the selection committee. Fewer candidates were involved this year as the Canadian Industrial Development Agency, under
whose auspices the teachers serve their two-year terms abroad, was interested
primarily in the field of industrial education.
The Superintendent also served on an external evaluation team concerned with
the accreditation of secondary schools and on a committee concerned with the improvement of school bus transportation.
The Superintendent examined the annual reports of District Superintendents
who, though primarily concerned with the operation of schools, are also involved in
the administrative aspects of the school boards' operations. Among the trends
observed was some increase in staffing with additional personnel being used to reduce
the teacher-pupil ratio, to work with special classes, and to introduce new offerings
in art, music, physical education, etc.; an extension of adult education in some 20
districts and, in others, its transfer to colleges, and increased use of educational
television with the use of video-tape recorders.
Constant change is evident in the broad curriculum field, where a high degree
of local autonomy is being exercised. Three of the larger districts moved toward
alternate schools, though most smaller and medium districts appear to feel that each
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school should provide alternatives within its own walls. In special education, rehabilitation classes and learning assistance centres are increasing in number. More
districts are appointing counsellors and special education co-ordinators. Occupational programmes are being revitalized or broadened in scope. Work experience
programmes in the secondary schools are being expanded to include pupils on
vocational-industrial and commercial programmes. Six districts report that they
have assumed or intend to assume responsibility for trainable mentally retarded
schools originally administered by local chapters of the British Columbia Association
for the Mentally Retarded. Clinical teams from British Columbia universities are
being used by some districts to assist with the diagnosis and remediation of pupils
with learning disabilities. Interdistrict co-operation in providing central services
for the hard-of-hearing and emotionally disturbed is on the increase.
In 13 districts the introduction of planned programmes in out-door or environmental education was reported. Eleven districts noted a substantial increase in the
number of field trips, some of which take pupils far afield and are of several days
duration. Three districts discussed the acquisition of sites for environmental education and one district appointed a co-ordinator of out-door education.
It is interesting to note the degree of community involvement in the schools.
During the year three districts reported the establishment of citizens' advisory committees to the board.
HOME ECONOMICS
During the school-year the total course enrolment in home economics and
community services was 99,848, an increase of 6,038. The greatest increase continued to be in cooking and food services courses for boys and girls. Home Economics Departments operated in 285 schools, many for the first time.
Members of the Home Economics Branch visited 55 school districts and held
district conferences in Kamloops, Kelowna, and Quesnel, as well as meetings with
senior Home Economics staffs in Vancouver and Victoria. Liaison was maintained
with appropriate people at UBC, in the BCSTA, B.C. Hydro and Power Authority,
the Department of Health Services, the Department of Agriculture, and the B.C.
Nutrition Co-ordinating Committee. In view of the current need for Home Economics teachers emphasis was given, in various group meetings, to careers in teaching and to teacher preparation.
VOCATIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION
(SECONDARY SCHOOLS)
The enrolment in Industrial Education courses during 1972/73 increased by
7.5 per cent over the previous school-year. The total number of Industrial Education courses taken by students in secondary schools was 128,431, which includes
Grades VIII to XII, regular, specific, occupational, and special courses. Whereas
the Grade VIII courses usually represent a fixed block of time, many students enrolled in Grade LX through to Grade XII spend additional time benefiting from the
Industrial Education shop facilities. Girls were enrolled in many courses, especially
at the senior level, and a majority of academic students took advantage of the vocational facilities to broaden their basic education.
The number of teachers employed in Industrial Education shops was 1,060,
an increase of 3 per cent over 1971/72. Several shop teachers are seconded to the
Canadian Industrial Development Agency and to other overseas projects.
Capital projects under the Federal-Provincial Adult Occupational Training
Act Capital Agreement continued within the Accelerated Phase-out Programme.
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Under the Vocational Schools Assistance Act Amendment Act of 1965, 50 projects
have now been completed at a gross cost of $11,621,000. Further projects, costing
approximately $1,500,000 per year until 1976, are anticipated. Those districts
not large enough to apply for financial assistance under the Vocational Schools
Assistance Act are providing vocational facilities through referendum procedures.
With respect to teaching and in-service training the Industrial Education
Review Committee and the Shop Teachers' Association of the British Columbia
Teachers' Federation both supported the Branch's policy of holding workshops in
various zones throughout the Province.
In co-operation with the British Columbia Aviation Council, the Director
conducted an Aviation workshop in Kelowna. Representative teachers were released
by District Superintendents from the whole of the Okanagan, including Kamloops
and Revelstoke, so that a number of districts could be involved in a two-year pilot
project in the Kelowna Senior Secondary School to complete the construction of an
aircraft.
In 1972 the Department of Manpower and Immigration ceased to sponsor
clients for training as Industrial Education teachers. Since September 1972 the
Department of Education has sponsored selected candidates with suitable industrial
experience for a 12-month training period, plus a four-month on-the-job internship.
Sponsorship includes tuition, materials, supervision, and facilities. Fifty-four sponsored trainees are recruited each year to take technical and education courses presented by UBC staff in the Department of Education's teacher-training unit on the
Willingdon Campus in Burnaby before undertaking the internship on a Letter of
Permission basis. In addition to the Sponsored Programme students, up to 18
Regular Programme students are recruited each year. Regular Programme students
attend the teacher training unit for two winter sessions and complete a bachelor of
education degree prior to certification.
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DIVISION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES
The Division of Instructional Services is responsible for supervising and coordinating the provision of services in three main areas: Curriculum and learning
materials; learning evaluation research and standards; and teacher certification and
records. During the year under review, particular attention was given to the development of new programmes and procedures for kindergartens, family-life education,
adult-secondary school diplomas, student scholarships, and the allocation of funds
for French-language teaching.
In the field of family-life education, new policies were developed to encourage
the implementation of family-life programmes.
During the year, new policy was implemented for the allocation of funds for
French-language teaching. These funds were transferred directly to school districts
in the form of French Language Instructional Support Grants for particular improvement projects initiated by schools and school districts.
There was a marked increased in the volume of correspondence on instructional
matters and education generally. This is undoubtedly an indication of an increasing
public interest and involvement in education. It is also of considerable assistance
to the Department, not only in facilitating the investigation and resolution of particular problems, but also in providing an additional source of ideas, reactions, and
suggestions.
RESEARCH AND STANDARDS BRANCH
The Branch's main efforts during the past school-year included attempts to
improve the collection, dissemination, and interpretation of educational statistics;
testing to determine standards in curricular fields where difficulties might exist, and
to relate achievements in senior secondary subjects to the semestering of schools,
and finally the dissemination of information to Superintendents in regard to significant research projects that have come to our attention.
The Branch has been deeply involved in the establishment of a teachers' data
bank operated by Statistics Canada. Although its location in Ottawa results in
some problems it has eliminated much of the duplication that previously existed and
has made possible the provision of statistical information to the Registrar and others
that previously had to be extracted by hand. Examples are teacher-flow chart and
tables that appear elsewhere in this Report, and the data that have been provided
to research workers investigating teacher unemployment. Such studies have shown,
for example, that 80 per cent of the unemployed teachers had restricted their applications to urban areas which often had decreasing enrolments, and that although
the proportion of beginning teachers who were obtained from British Columbia
teacher-training institutions had risen rapidly from 68 per cent in 1970 to 77 per
cent in 1971 it was still only 84 per cent in 1972.
Total enrolment in all grades, shown in the statistical tables, reached a peak
of 537,106 in 1972/73. While this is an all-time record, the increase of 0.5 per
cent was the smallest in 30 years. Depending upon the establishment of new kindergartens, a gradual decline may be expected to begin in 1974 or 1975 and last for
about eight years. Although decreasing birth-rates in other provinces are now
being reflected in pre-school-age immigration to British Columbia, this Province's
births increased from 1966 to 1970 and Grade I should increase during the next
four years, then decline temporarily for two or three.
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EDUCATION REPORT,  1972/73
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT BRANCH
The continuing review and revision of existing courses, the development of new
courses, and the provision of guidelines for the organization of the curriculum in
both elementary and secondary schools are the main responsibilities of the Curriculum Development Branch. The small permanent staff of the Branch, supplemented by two curriculum consultants on one-year appointments, is assisted by
a number of voluntary advisory committees of teachers and other experts who give
generously of their time and effort.
During the year, curriculum studies were continued in kindergarten, elementary
school social studies, mathematics, junior-secondary school science, biology, English,
and industrial education. New studies were begun in the areas of elementary school
science, elementary school language arts, the visual and performing arts, Spanish,
graphic communication, and community recreation. Nine new or revised courses
were prepared for introduction in September 1973 and a total of 97 new titles were
added to the fist of textbooks prescribed and provided to schools. An additional
service was provided to schools by the members of our two library book-review
committees who reviewed a large number of books and thus provided the basis for
the preparation of annotated lists of suitable school library books.
A new kindergarten programme was prepared and its introduction will coincide
with changed kindergarten regulations announced during the year. The Department's
advisory committee in the kindergarten area has prepared a resource book to assist
teachers in the introduction of the new programme.
A highlight of the 1972/73 school-year was the introduction of a new organizational pattern for the senior secondary school curriculum. Students entering Grade
XI in September 1972 became subject to the new regulations which feature increased
local authority in the matters of student programming and student evaluation. The
first students to complete secondary school under the new regulations will graduate
in January and June 1974.
It is also significant that there has been increased use of procedures whereby
locally developed courses are submitted for Provincial approval. During the year,
126 such course submissions were reviewed by the Provincial Advisory Committee
on the Secondary School Curriculum and 80 were approved for the 1973/74 school-
year; 21 were referred back to local authorities for further development and possible
resubmission; 21 were considered to be variations of content in existing courses and
were not approved. Only four were rejected as not suitable for inclusion in the
curriculum offerings of a public school.
CURRICULUM RESOURCES BRANCH
Total expenditures by the Curriculum Resources Branch for the purchasing of
resources was $4,911,623 which included $45,882 for assisting individual school
districts in the purchasing of miscellaneous books and items for library use and
classroom teaching aids. In addition to the actual expenditures, the Director acted
as purchasing agent for the British Columbia Institute of Technology and the British
Columbia Vocational Schools.
AUDIO-VISUAL SERVICES BRANCH
The Audio-Visual Services Branch is engaged in the planning, development,
production, or purchase and distribution of a variety of audio-visual materials used
in instructional programmes.   In co-operation with other Department of Education
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branches and committees, decisions are made regarding the appropriate medium,
technology, and materials required to meet specific educational goals.
Distribution services use a number of systems for the circulation of audio-visual
materials, including 16-mm. films, filmstrips, media kits, and video and audio-tapes,
as well as printed materials such as catalogues, guidebooks, song booklets, and
French texts which are used to supplement the audio-visual programmes. The traditional method was for individual schools to borrow from the central library for short
periods. However, more than 20 school districts are now using a district resource
centre to borrow a block of films for one or two months. A recently established
preview service for filmstrips and media kits facilitated the growth of local resource
centres by offering these materials for extended classroom evaluation before final
selections are made.
The newest and perhaps most noteworthy service provided by the Branch is
that of duplicating and distributing video-tapes. Under this system, a school district
may select from a catalogue of both locally produced and acquired programmes.
They are then duplicated and sent to the district resource centre where they may
be cablecast, reduplicated, or circulated throughout the district. In the first few
months of operation, 750 tapes were dubbed and distributed from the initial "mini-
catalogue" of 150 titles. Circulation reports of films and other materials may be
found in the statistical tables.
Arrangements with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for the co-production of educational radio and television broadcasts were continued and resulted in
more than 300 programmes being carried on the CBC networks during school-hours.
Many of these programmes are developed and prepared by the Branch. One of
them, "Dr. Helmcken's Journal," the story of British Columbia's entry into Confederation, received an Ohio Award for excellence of educational television programming. The award was made for "inspired use of all facets of the medium—script,
narration, visual and sound effects, authenticity, music to maintain high viewer
attention throughout the unfolding of the pros and cons of the complicated story
of Confederation   .   .   ."
The Branch's photographic section, in addition to original photography and
copywork carried out in support of other media projects such as television programmes, prepared material for use in catalogues, guidebooks, and other Departmental publications. Major projects in which it was involved during the past year
included the complete refurbishing of the Department's display in the British Columbia Pavilion on the Pacific National Exhibition grounds and the preparation of
a series of 250 historical slides for use with the course "Civilisation 12E."
Provincial Educational Media Centre
The most noteworthy development during the year was the creation of the
Provincial Educational Media Centre. The Centre, which is administered by the
Audio-Visual Services Branch under the guidance of a representative Department
of Education committee, is capable of producing film, television, and other media
forms to meet specific educational needs. It consists of a three-camera, monochrome
television studio, a mobile television unit, associated film and sound facilities, and
a duplication centre. During the year a small production crew produced some 35
programmes for use in the public schools. Programmes have been produced on
field trips for primary grades, British Columbia history for intermediate grades,
French language for junior secondary grades, and youth forums of topical issues
for senior secondary grades.   Negotiations with several film and television produc-
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tion agencies in Canada and abroad have yielded the rights to an additional 150
programmes covering a variety of subjects.
EXAMINATIONS AND TEACHER CERTIFICATION BRANCH
The Examinations and Teacher Certification Branch has two primary functions—
(a) to prepare and administer senior secondary school Department of
Education regular and scholarship examinations, issue statements of
standing to all Grade XII Academic and Technical Programme
students, administer the Grade XII Provincial Government Scholarship Programme, and to maintain a Provincial registry of these senior
secondary school students;
(fe) to evaluate the academic and professional qualifications of all applicants for British Columbia teaching certificates, to issue appropriate
certificates to those who qualify under current regulations, and to
maintain a Provincial registry of all certificated teachers.
Reports on the specific activities of the Examinations Section and the Teacher
Certification Section of this Branch during the 1972/73 school-year appear later
in this Report.   In addition to these two primary functions, a number of related
duties are assumed by the Branch.   The Registrar and Director is Officer-in-Charge
of the Teacher Exchange Programme and serves as a Department of Education
representative on several committees including the Joint Board of Teacher Education, Provincial Accreditation Committee, British Columbia Student Aid Committee,
Department of Education Examinations Committee, and Minister's Advisory Committee on section 18 (7) of the Public Schools Act.
A number of changes in policy and procedure were introduced. For many
years the services provided by the Branch have included evaluating the educational
standing, in terms of British Columbia requirements, of numerous adults who were
educated in other jurisdictions or under different circumstances. It was partially
in response to this need that the Department of Education developed a system, to
start in the 1973/74 school-year, whereby adults who have not graduated from
secondary school may qualify for a Grade XII Equivalency Certificate. It is recognized that through work and other experiences many adult nongraduates have
acquired skills and knowledge at or above the secondary-school-leaving level. These
persons now will be able to earn secondary school equivalency standing by challenging a battery of five standardized tests designed to measure the major generalizations,
ideas, and intellectual skills normally acquired through formal secondary school
study. Adults who qualify for Grade XII Equivalency Certificates should find them
helpful in overcoming the disadvantages of a lack of recognized formal secondary
education which presently may be preventing them from qualifying for job promotions, new employment opportunities, or admission to other training or educational programmes.
Significant changes in the Grade XII Provincial Government Scholarship Programme also were made during the 1972/73 school-year. These modifications were
designed to encourage a larger number of graduating senior secondary school students to attempt to qualify for scholarship awards, since the new terms provide for a
more equitable scholarship competition and remove certain previous conditions
which may have been restrictive in some instances.
In contrast to previous years, in June 1973, the Department Scholarship
Examinations were written before rather than after the Regular Departmental Examinations and the normal dismissal date for Grade XII students, thereby encouraging
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a larger number of capable students to compete. Effective in June, too, the nature
of the scholarship award was changed so that each qualifying student was issued a
personal cheque for $200 rather than a voucher of varying value depending upon
the type of award and the amount of tuition fees payable to the particular post-
secondary school institution attended by the student. The scholarship award still is
intended to provide encouragement and assistance for further education but no
longer are the restrictions on when, where and how the money may be used.
The question of the available supply of qualified and certified teachers in relation
to demand continued to be one of major concern in this Branch. Numerous discussions were held with university representatives and others to investigate and determine appropriate action to be taken in response to continuing teacher shortages in
certain subject areas. Information and assistance was provided to several university
and other official research groups investigating various aspects of the teacher supply-
demand question and, in particular, to the British Columbia Research Council which
was commissioned by the Minister of Education to undertake a study designed to
identify the significant factors in the teacher supply-demand equation and enable
more accurate determination of the numbers and types of teachers required in the
years ahead.
As the statutory authority responsible for teacher certification in this Province,
the Lieutenant-Governor in Council occasionally receives a recommendation that the
certificate of a teacher be either suspended or cancelled for cause. This year a
special advisory committee to the Minister of Education was appointed to be
responsible for improving the procedures followed in reviewing recommendations
concerning possible suspension or cancellation of certificates. The advisory committee is representative of the British Columbia Teachers' Federation and the
British Columbia School Trustees Association as well as the Department of Education.
During the 1972/73 school-year, new procedures were developed to ensure
more equitable and expeditious processing of the applications received for teacher
exchanges. The number of applications received from British Columbia teachers
considerably exceeds that of the exchange positions available. A total of 42 applications were made for exchange teaching positions commencing September 1972,
of which eight were ineligible under programme regulations, 34 went forward for
possible exchange matching, and 15 exchanges to the United Kingdom were
approved.
Examinations Section
The school-year 1972/73 was the final one in which Regular Departmental
Examinations were provided by the Department of Education. This brings to an
end the era during which Grade XII graduation on an academic programme was at
least partially determined by performance in final Departmental examinations.
During the year, plans were made for all students graduating from Grade XII after
June 1973 to have their final standing in each course determined by the school.
Secondary school statements or transcripts, as well as graduation diplomas, will be
issued directly by the school rather than by the Department of Education.
During the 1972/73 school-year, Grade XII Regular Departmental Examinations covering 12 courses were prepared for each of January and June, and the same
number of scholarship examinations was provided for June only.
Senior secondary school students who did not qualify for recommendation
standing in an examinable course were required to write the appropriate Regular
Grade XII Departmental examination in either January or June, and had their final
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standing in that course based on the average of the mark determined by the school,
plus the mark achieved on examination.
Under regulations in effect during the 1972/73 school-year, Grade XII students
entering the scholarship competition were required to write scholarship Departmental
examinations in two courses. While the regular Departmental examinations were
entirely objective in formate and machine-scored, the scholarship examinations were
predominantly subjective, and were marked by experienced senior secondary school
teachers. In June, Provincial Government Scholarships were awarded on a rank
basis to all qualifying students who achieved averages of 70 per cent or higher. A
total of 2,998 students entered the scholarship competition, an increase of 400 over
June 1972, and 1,774 qualified for awards compared with 1,460 in the previous
year.
Garry Nicholas Tarr, of Hillside Secondary School in West Vancouver, ranked
first in the 1972/73 Grade XII Provincial Government Scholarship competition and
won the Governor-General's Silver Medal with an average of 99.0 per cent. The
Governor-General's Bronze Medal was awarded to Duncan Lewis Scobie, of Mount
Douglas Senior Secondary School, Victoria, who ranked second in the scholarship
competition with an average of 98.5. Honourable mention went to Betty Joan
Corbett, a student of Delbrook Secondary School, North Vancouver, who, with an
average of 98.0 per cent, placed third in the competition.
Teacher Certification Section
For some time there had been concern about the lack of a suitable professional
preparation programme in the Province for persons with specialist experience and
training who were needed to instruct students in certain vocational subject areas,
including chef's training, instrumental and band music, and some aspects of commerce. In the summer of 1971, new regulations were approved providing for the
professional preparation of these persons, and for a new type of credential, the
Instructor's Diploma, to be awarded to those completing the programme. At the
same time provision was made to discontinue the former preparation programme
leading to the Vocational Instructor's Certificate.
In brief, persons having journeyman qualifications or equivalent training plus
related trades, business or industrial exeprience, and who are instructing in an
approved specialty area on a Letter of Permission basis may seek admission to the
new Instructor's Diploma programme. This comprises integrated on-campus and
in-service study and supervised professional preparation extending over a period of
some two or three years. Those completing the programme will be issued an
Interim Instructor's Diploma which may be made permanent upon completion of
two years of satisfactory service. All Instructor's Diplomas will be endorsed as to
area of specialization, and may be endorsed as to the type of school in which they
are valid.
Eligibility for admission to the Instructor's Diploma Programme is determined
by a special Steering Committee appointed by the Joint Board of Teacher Education.
In the first summer of operation, 1972, some 80 persons had their applications
approved.
In September 1972 the full-time teaching force of the Province numbered
22,123, net decrease in teaching positions of 468 or 2.1 per cent over last year's
22,591. It should be noted, though, that increased financial support made available
to school districts subsequent to September resulted in a number of additional teacher
appointments being made in the autumn of 1972 after these statistics were tabulated.
Of the 1971/72 total teaching force, 20,163 or 89.3 per cent again were teaching in
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British Columbia in the new school-year, while 2,428 or 10.7 per cent retired or
otherwise left teaching between September 1971 and September 1972. Exclusive
of staff changes during the school-year, new teacher appointees in September 1972
numbered 1,960.
Statistical tables elsewhere in this Report contain considerably more teacher
information—qualifications, salary ranges, etc.
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THE DIVISION OF POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION
The 1972/73 school-year was the first in the life of the Division of Post-
secondary Education, which was constituted in January 1973, through the amalgamation of the former Divisions of Post-secondary Services and Technical-Vocational
Services and authorized, as an autonomous unit in the Department, to report directly
to the Minister. A. E. Soles, former Superintendent of Post-secondary Services,
became superintendent of the new division. J. S. White had retired earlier as
Superintendent of Technical-Vocational Services after serving with distinction in the
Department for 17 years.
The Division of Post-secondary Education thus became responsible for
Department of Education relations with the public universities and colleges, and for
the Institute of Technology, British Columbia Vocational Schools and continuing
education. Internally, the Division has been organized into four functional areas,
each under a director—Academic Programmes, Technical-Vocational Programmes,
Finance and Administration, and Planning and Research.
During the year the three public universities continued to provide valuable
services to the Province on their own campuses as well as through assistance to
colleges and service on a number of boards and committees. Among their more
interesting developments are the planned establishment of a Faculty of Law and a
School of Public Administration at the University of Victoria, which will accept their
first students in September 1974. A French Language Training Centre is being
planned at Simon Fraser University, using funds provided by the Government of
Canada, to serve students, teachers, civil servants, and the public.
It is now clear that the nine colleges in the Province continued to have a
substantial social and educational impact on the Province through their structure, the
number of people they enrol and the diversity of their programmes. They represent
a significant departure from the traditional educational enterprise in that they are
not overwhelmingly academic institutions. They recognize the need for comprehensive continuing education programmes to serve a wide range of evolving social
purposes, for flexible re-entry routes into more formal educational channels and for
local-interest programmes not otherwise available.
The division of the 105,536 persons who enrolled in the colleges during
1972/73 indicated the broad acceptance given to the institutions. Academic
programmes attracted 11.4 per cent of the total enrolment; technical-career programmes, 5.4 per cent; preparatory courses, 14.5 per cent; vocational programmes,
24.6 per cent; and continuing education and community services programmes, 44.1
per cent.
A major policy change initiated by the Minister of Education concerned the
provision of facilities for colleges. The Minister announced that the Government
would now pay for 100 per cent of the capital costs of core campuses for colleges.
This superseded the former policy under which the ratepayers in a college region
were called upon to pass a referendum authorizing the College Council to pay 40
per cent of capital costs. All of the colleges are planning to expand their present
facilities or build new ones.
Capilano College is building on a site in North Vancouver and will occupy the
facility in September 1973. Malaspina College is well advanced in the planning of
a new campus, with the expectation that construction may start in the fall of
1973.   Other colleges are at various stages of planning.
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A number of special studies were undertaken during the year respecting post-
secondary education. A committee was formed under the chairmanship of Dean
Ian McTaggart-Cowan to study the provision of post-secondary education in the
Kootenays. Another, chaired by Dr. Brian Burke, undertook a study of student
services, including the awarding of scholarships and bursaries. A study was instituted, in co-operation with Alberta, concerning the provision of post-secondary
opportunities in the Peace River and East Kootenay areas, that might serve both
provinces. A committee was also established to make recommendations on various
aspects of the college-vocational school melding programme which is expected to be
finalized in 1974. Seven colleges and vocational schools now operate under single
administrations.
Several standing groups continued to meet in the interests of better education,
among them the Academic Board; the Provincial Consultative Committee for Technical, Vocational, and other Career Education, which is an advisory and co-ordinating group; the College Principals Association, and the B.C. Forecasting Committee, concerned with producing post-secondary enrolment projections.
TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL PROGRAMMES
The Division of Post-secondary Education's Technical and Vocational Programmes Branch performs most of the functions of the former Division of Technical
and Vocational Services and is directly responsible for the Institute of Technology
and Vocational Schools not melded with a college. During the year, it continued to
co-ordinate programmes with business and industry, the Federal Department of
Manpower and Immigration, the Provincial Department of Labour, and other
Federal and Provincial departments. Its Curriculum Development Section reviewed
many existing courses and developed new ones. In addition, emphasis was placed
on improved methods for the academic upgrading of members of the labour force
so they could proceed to further vocational training.
The Branch enrolled nearly 35,000 persons in full-time vocational training
programmes, and in addition provided up-grade courses on a part-time basis for
another 45,000 persons. This represents a gain of some 30 per cent in the last
three years.
Department of Education Institutions
As stated, the Division of Post-secondary Education is directly responsible for
the operation of the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Burnaby and for
four vocational schools—British Columbia Vocational Schools in Terrace, Dawson
Creek, and Burnaby, and the B.C. Mining School at Rossland.
At the Institute the year was marked by yet another high job-placement rate
(74 per cent as early as graduation date) and by programme expansion. An economics option was added to the Building Technology, a landscape horticultural
option to Biology Sciences and a psychiatric nursing programme. The Extension
Division, which provides advanced technical training to meet the demands of
industry, continued to grow with respect to both students and course offerings.
At the vocational schools, Burnaby in particular, increased demands for
training have resulted in some double-shifting. At Rossland the B.C. Mining
School made preparations to begin training in underground as well as open-pit
operations offered previously.
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ADULT EDUCATION
The Adult Secondary School Programme was revised during 1972/73 to
permit adults a wider choice of courses. Although the total number of adults
participating in the continuing aspect of public school education was down slightly in
1972/73, it must be recognized that colleges and vocational schools continued to
offer a growing number of oportunities. The Division participated in arrangements
for the establishment equivalency tests which enable adults to qualify for the
equivalent of high school graduation without having to undertake a formal course
of studies.
STUDENT SERVICES
During the year, policies and procedures in the administration of financial
awards and assistance to post-secondary students were reviewed. The Government's
scholastic awards were made available to a larger group of students with more
elasticity in their application. The amounts of money provided were on a more
equitable basis. The Provincial bursaries were associated more closely with the
Canada Student Loans Plan and were granted to students in financial need on less
stringent criteria than at any time previously. In both scholarships and bursaries
more authority was delegated to the financial awards officers at the designated institutions.
The Student Services Branch was involved in the administration of several other
financial-aid programmes. It administered the Summer Work Grants Plan for
Imperial Oil Limited under which that company provided bursaries of $1,000 each
to 27 post-secondary students employed during the summer in fields associated with
their programmes of study. The Branch was responsible for co-ordination and
administration of the Summer Language Bursaries Programme, set up by the Council
of Ministers of Education of Canada, in which English-speaking British Columbia
post-secondary students undertook immersion courses in the French language in
Quebec while French-speaking students were able to study English in this Province.
The exchange involved 560 students, and a Federal expenditure of more than
$340,000. The Branch also assisted in administering the Federal-Provincial
Bilingual Training Programme (Post-secondary) financed by the Federal Department of the Secretary of State in which British Columbia became a participating
province early in 1973. Ninety-eight teachers of French in this Province received
summer bursaries of up to $300 each to assist them in taking an immersion course
to improve their oral French. At the same time a number of fellowships were
made available, in amounts up to $2,000, to assist students wishing to take a year of
full-time study at a Canadian French-language university.
  SPECIAL SERVICES
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DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES
The Division of Special Services has several areas of responsibility. It approves,
for the purposes of section 180 of the Public Schools Act, special education programmes operated by boards of school trustees and programmes set up under
section 20 of the Public Schools Act. It is responsible at the Department level for
health services provided by boards of school trustees and for liaison with other
Government departments and private agencies in matters concerning the education
of the handicapped. The Division also contains four branches—Jericho Hill
Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, Correspondence Education, Indian Education,
and Guidance Services.
During the 1972/73 school-year, 1,335 aprovals were granted for special
education programmes by school boards, an increase of about one-third in 10 years.
Section 20 of the Public Schools Act authorizes tutorial assistance for pupils
in isolated areas. Fifty-seven pupils, of whom 51 were elementary and six secondary, were provided such assistance in co-operation with the Correspondence
Education Branch during the school-year.
The education of mentally retarded children is carried out in classes operated
as part of the public school system or in classes operated by local chapters of the
British Columbia Association for the Mentally Retarded supported by grants made
through boards of school trustees. Each year more classes are, at the request of the
local chapters, being taken over by the school boards. There is also a trend towards
integrating the trainable mentally retarded into regular schools rather than using
separate facilities. Building modifications and special accommodation provisions
make this a practical proposition. Subjective evaluations of the effects upon the
trainable mentally retarded themselves are favourable.
In 1972 the Association operated 34 schools in 41 school districts for 436
pupils.  Twenty-seven school districts operated schools for 1,168 retarded children.
Special Education in Elementary and Secondary Schools
Parallel to the increase in the number of special education programmes has
been an intensive effort to improve their quality. Members of the Special Education
Teachers' Association and the Professional Development Section of the British
Columbia Teachers' Federation spearheaded the effort. A critical development was
the inclusion of parents and representatives of many allied disciplines in many
in-service training sessions.
During the 1972/73 school-year the groundwork was laid for changes in the
provision of services to children. Following the legislation making kindergartens
mandatory, the system of approvals was modified to make it possible for school
boards to carry out intensive preventive measures at the kindergarten levels. At the
secondary levels the single programme available, the Occupational Programme, has
been supplemented by two strategies. Following a report of a group of District
Superintendents a single approval, known as Learning Assistance-Secondary, was
set up to allow individual school districts and schools to tailor special assistance to
meet their specific needs. A further strategy was to arrange an increased number
of alternative programmes jointly planned, financed, and operated by the Departments of Health Services, of Education, of Human Resources, and of the Attorney-
General.
With the increased flexibility in the programmes available to school boards to
meet the needs of children with special problems, there has been an increased effort
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to avoid labelling and segregation. The retention of children in regular classes with
supportive help to students and teachers has underlined the urgent need for widespread in-service training for all teachers in selected aspects of learning disabilities.
The growing flexibility in the school system is making integration progressively easier.
An interdepartmental liaison structure was formalized in January 1973 through
the formation of the Ministers' Committee for Children by the Ministers of Health
Services, Education, and Human Resources with a secretariat representing the
various departments. The work carried out so far indicates that progress toward an
integrated service delivery system appears an urgent necessity. Up to June 1973 the
Committee had laid the groundwork for a very considerable number of alternate
programmes at the secondary levels for students with severe problems. These are
largely modelled on the very successful programmes pioneered by the Boys' Club
of Victoria in Victoria and Sooke. These latter programmes have successfully
rehabilitated 75 per cent of their students.
CORRESPONDENCE BRANCH
In annual reports of recent years it has become the custom to emphasize some
facet of correspondence education in the Province and then to present statistics
connected with the particular year. In the 100th anniversary year, 1970/71, the
emphasis was on historical highlights of the Branch since its beginning in 1919.
In 1971/72, it was a review of course writing as developed and practised by the
Branch.   This 1972/73 report deals with the variety of courses.
The number of courses offered in 1972/73 was 185, covering the major-subject
fields of English, social studies, mathematics, second languages, science, technical,
and vocational subjects generally, and special vocational courses which apply more
particularly to adults. There were 23 English courses, among them basic English
instruction from Grades I to XII, and, courses in office orientation for commercial
students, writing, short-story writing and Bible literature, and three courses in
English as a second language which applies to New Canadians, French Canadians,
and some native Indians.   English upgrading courses for adults were also included.
Languages other than English included a total of 21 courses in French (5),
German (5), Italian (1), Latin (5), and Spanish (5), with Russian in the planning
stages. All the second-language courses with the exception of Latin were offered
with long-playing recordings and the option of using cassette player-recorders.
Fifteen of the 16 science courses also included equipment—laboratory kits and
instructions on how to make other equipment from materials readily available in
the home.
There were 15 social studies courses, including economics, law, geography, and
history, and 21 mathematics courses. The latter included a mathematics for adults
course which is the equivalent of the Basic Training for Skill Development Programme offered in British Columbia vocational schools and practical mathematics
and industrial mathematics designed for those adults who need basic mathematics in
a vocation.
General technical-vocational courses numbered 40, among them agricultural,
pictorial and commercial art, auto mechanics, diesel engines, electricity and electronics, and a number of commercial courses.
Some of the 24 courses which applied more particularly to adults have already
been mentioned. Others which deserve special mention are business law and loan
granting for credit union officers, electricity for the building trades, library work for
community librarians, and steam engineering and heating courses. These courses
were designed to assist in special situations. The credit union courses added to the
 DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES E 43
background of credit union officers at a time when credit unions were expanding at
an accelerated pace. The business law course also prepared people for the notary
public examinations as prescribed by the Institute of Notaries Public. Electricity
for the building trades is the theoretical background for the British Columbia Class
C Electrical Certificate of Competency. Library work for community librarians
was developed in co-operation with the Library Development Commission as part
of a training programme for community librarians. The steam engineering and
heating courses prepared candidates for the Department of Public Works Boiler
Inspection Branch examinations.
In conclusion, it is possible to state that the range of courses offered via mail
from this Province far exceeded that of any other similar branch in Canada during
1972/73 and former years. New courses are constantly under consideration in an
effort to further serve persons in British Columbia who could benefit from the
instruction.
The statistics which follow show a decline in enrolment from 1971/72. This
may be attributed to the disappearance of Grade XIII courses, recurring uncertainty
caused by postal strikes, the continued building expansion and improvement of
transportation services in isolated areas of the Province, and the growth of post-
secondary services in vocational schools and regional colleges.
General enrolment— 1971/72 1972/73
Grades VIII-XIII and Special Vocational Courses  14,712     	
Grades VIII-XII and Special Vocational Courses      13,499
Grades I-VII (Victoria)  694 770
Grades I-VII (Pouce Coupe)  115 111
Total students  15,521    14,380
GUIDANCE SERVICES, TEACHER RECRUITMENT, AND
YOUNG VOYAGEUR PROGRAMME
In 1972/73, this Branch was responsible for co-ordinating teacher-recruitment activities, the direction of the Department's Guidance Services, and the organization and administration of the Young Voyageur Programme in British Columbia.
It is an interesting comment on the changes of the past 15 years that the first of these
has shrunk from occupying virtually two-thirds of the time to less than one-fifth,
while the last has grown from its small beginning in 1964 to more than one-third.
In the teacher-recruitment operation a complete revision of Teaching in British
Columbia was undertaken during the year and distribution was made to schools and
other interested agencies such as the British Columbia Teachers' Federation. In
addition a revision of the Future Teachers Club Handbook was completed.
Attention continued to be given to special areas such as home economics and
commerce, where teacher supply is not always adequate. Every opportunity was
taken to give publicity to this, both in speaking to public school and university
students, and to such bodies as the Joint Board of Teacher Education. To the latter
body the suggestion was made that specific details of the supply situation be provided
to all those starting a teacher-education programme. There were 31 Future
Teacher Clubs reported in the schools, from a high a few years ago of 120.
The year proved to be one of continuing modification of the school Guidance
Programme. Following consultation with representative guidance teachers and
counsellors, a supplement to the introduction to the Revised Guidance Programme
 E 44 EDUCATION REPORT,  1972/73
was prepared and distributed. A wide variety of experimentation in handling the
Guidance courses was reported by schools. The Branch continued to issue Guidance Bulletins and send out guidance material which was largely occupational.
Among the material was a booklet prepared by the Women's Division of the Ontario
Department of Labour suggesting a large variety of occupations for women.
Young Voyageur Programme
During the six weeks from June 30 to August 15, 30 units of 21 students each
visited this Province for seven to 10 days, and a like number of students from
British Columbia travelled to other provinces. An attempt was made this year to
have as many as possible of the visiting units and their hosts spend one or two days
in Victoria.
In an effort to support the educational significance of the programme, a substantial amount of material about British Columbia, including copies of Beautiful
British Columbia magazine, was sent to all who expected to visit the Province.
Our own students were encouraged, through briefing sessions, to be prepared to
answer questions about British Columbia and to learn something about the part
of Canada to be visited. Students were also urged to discuss current Canadian
thinking with their counterparts.
JERICHO HILL SCHOOLS
During the 1972/73 school-year the Jericho Hill Schools for the Deaf and
Blind enrolled 285 students. Two hundred and twenty-three were deaf or hard of
hearing and 62 blind or partially sighted. Forty-one sight cases and 103 hearing
cases lived in residence. Attendance was down very slightly from the previous year
as integration of pupils into regular school classes and provisions for classes in local
settings proceeded. The Deaf School can now give or arrange for instruction from
kindergarten through college, university, or vocational school training.
INDIAN EDUCATION BRANCH
The British Columbia Department of Education has under its jurisdiction,
through the Federal-Provincial Agreement for the education of the native Indians
of the Province, close to 75 per cent of the Indian school population.
The growing awareness of their problems has prompted the Provincial Government to undertake counter-measures. School districts which enrol significant numbers of Indian children in their schools apply to the Special Services Division for
Instructional Unit Approvals so that they can begin to develop programmes of
instruction to meet the needs of their Indian pupils. These additional approvals,
amounting to more than a quarter of a million dollars in the last school-year, were
over and above the tuition which is paid on their behalf.
During the year the Department of Education acquired the services of G. N.
Wilson, B.A., as a consultant on Indian Education. He undertook the development
and assessment of school programmes designed to meet the needs of the Indian
children in the public school system.
   STATISTICAL TABLES E 47
STATISTICAL TABLES
Pace
1. Pupils  49
2. Teachers  131
3. Financial Data  147
4. Schools  155
5. Post-secondary and Adult Education  165
6. Technical and Vocational Education  169
PUPILS
Table
1.1 Net Enrolment and Average Daily Attendance  49
1.2 Distribution of Pupils by Grade and Sex  50
1.3 Home Economics and Community Services Enrolment  51
1.4 Net Enrolment by Programme, Grades XI and XII  52
1.5 Grade XII Departmental Examinations  70
1.6 Summary of Net Enrolment  72
1.7 Recapitulation of Net Enrolment by Type of School, Grade, and Sex of
Pupil  129
  STATISTICAL TABLES
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TABLE 1.1    NET ENROLMENT1 AND AVERAGE DAILY
ATTENDANCE
Enrolment in the public schools rose from 534,523 to 537,106, with all of the
increase occurring in the secondary grades. Total elementary school enrolment
actually decreased by 1,585 despite an increase of 2,560 in Kindergarten.
Number
of
Schools
Net Enrolment of Pupils
Attendance of Pupils
Type of School
Boys
Girls
Total
Per Cent
of Total
Mean Daily
Attendance
Per Cent
of Enrolment
23
117
115
12
48
1,214
11,477
50,503
38,796
1,827
6,006
166,628
11,426
49,017
37,320
1,667
5,397
157,042
22,903
99,520
76,116
3,494
11,403
323,670
4.3
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14.2
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60.3
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83,562.4
67,315.3
2,967.0
10,207.4
299,545.4
78.98
83.97
88.44
Elementary-senior secondary...
Elementary-junior secondary...
84.92
89.52
92.55
Totals 	
1,529
275,237
261,869
537,106
100.0
481,686.2
89.68
i Net enrolment is the total number of students on the register on the first day of school, plus new arrivals
during the school-year, minus those who transfer to another British Columbia public school or class.
In addition to the number given above, there were enrolled:
Secondary School Correspondence classes, regular students (exclusive of the 3,184 officially registered in other schools)       1,918
In the Elementary School Correspondence classes, regular students   762
Under section 20 of the Public Schools Act, pupils receiving
instruction   40
2,720
Adult Education
Canadian Vocational Training Programme—
Day
Night 	
Public School Adult Education
  34,919
  19,561
  150,4202
Secondary School Correspondence (adults only)  8,397
Elementary School Correspondence (adults only)  79
Public colleges and British Columbia Institute of Technology—
Full time  10,304
Part time  9,809
236,209
2 Includes 118,522 nonvocational.
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TABLE 1.2    DISTRIBUTION OF PUPILS BY GRADE AND SEX
The following table provides a distribution of pupils by grade and sex for the
school-year 1972/73 and a comparison of the totals with 1971/72. Although
decreases in primary grade enrolments will spread upward to Grade IV in September
1973, junior and senior secondary enrolments are still increasing and net immigration
continues at a high level. With only moderate immigration and present retention
rates, the peak enrolment in Grade VIII will not be reached until September 1976,
and total secondary school enrolment should continue to rise until 1977/78.
Grade
Boys
Girls
Total
1972/73
Total
1971/72
Ratio
1973:1972
Grade XIIi_
Grade XI	
Secondary
Totals, senior secondary grades^..
Grade X_.._
Grade DC..
Grade VIII-
Totals, Grades VIII to X-
Occupational 3	
Occupational 2	
Occupational 1	
Totals, occupational classes	
Totals, junior secondary grades.
Totals, secondary grades	
Elementary
Intermediate Special-
Grade VII	
Grade VI	
Grade V	
Grade IV	
Totals, intermediate grades-
Primary Special	
Grade III	
Grade II	
Grade 1	
Kindergarten-
Totals, primary grades	
Totals, elementary grades-
Grand totals	
16,587
18,528
16,376
18,297
35,115
34,673
20,018
22,098
23,167
20,148
21,821
22,371
65,283
64,340
876
1,320
1,463
488
577
745
3,659
1,810
68,942
66,150
104,057
100,823
2,358
23,369
22,969
22,852
22,952
1,254
22,337
22,005
21,838
21,935
94,500
89,369
1,947
1,139
22,342
21,207
20,391
19,279
19,602
18,183
12,348
11,869
76,680 |  71,677
171,180 | 161,046
275,237 I 261,869
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36,825
32,9782
36,265
3,612
45,706
44,974
44,690
44,887
4,062
44,248
45,069
44,365
43,960
537,1061 | 534,5231
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1.000
1.015
69,788
69,243
1.008
40,166
43,919
45,538
39,505
42,264
44,091
1.017
1.039
1.033
129,623
125,860
1.030
1,364
1,897
2,208
1,417
1,893
2,299
0.963
1.002
0.960
5,469
5,609
0.975
135,092
131,469
1.028
204,880
200,712
1.021
0.889
1.033
0.998
1.007
1.021
183,869
181,704
1.012
3,136
43,549
39,670
37,785
24,217
3,107
44,511
42,855
39,977
21,657
1.009
0.978
0.926
0.945
1.118
148,357
152,107
0.975
332,226
333,811
0.995
1.005
1 Includes January graduates, and dropouts during the school-year.
2 See pages 52 to 69 for enrolment by programme in Grades XI and XII.
 STATISTICAL TABLES E 51
TABLE 1.3    HOME ECONOMICS AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
ENROLMENT,  1972/73
Senior
Foods 11    11,196
Foods 12a   2,706
Foods 12b   1,331
Textiles 11  5,202
Textiles 12a   1,685
Textiles 12b   865
Management 11  3,125
Home and Industrial Services 12  438
Child Care 12  2,952
Communty Recreation 12  6,570
Junior
Home Economics 8  22,997
Foods and Nutrition 91  14,646
Clothing and Textiles 91  12,605
Child Care 9  3,567
Cooking and Food Services 9  8,309
Occupational
Home Economics I, II, III     1,654
1 In many cases these courses are combined and taken over a two-year period.
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TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY
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Ta Ta.	
Wasa	
A. A. Watklns-
Totals, District No. 3-
District No. 4 (Windermere)
Secondary—David Thompson  _ _
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Canal Flats	
Edgewater .  „ 	
Elementary—
Invermere   	
J. Alfred Laird-
Radium	
Wilmer	
Windermere	
Totals, District No. 4-
District No. 7 (Nelson)
Secondary—
L. V. Rogers	
Salmo	
Junior Secondary—Trafalgar—
Elementary-Senior Secondary-
Elementary-Junior Secondary-
-Mount Sentinel..
■W. E. Graham -
530
407
284
16
471
274
50
35
537
750
262
197
145
9
266
148
25
22
264
397
354
1,735
951
504
535
272
503
257
549
278
542
280
160
83
11
4
514
272
326
160
18
10
460
244
569
2,364
547
278
403
218
199
100
163
86
218
107
221
118
93
50
33
13
37
19
47
234
456
252
145
194
183
42
42
103
231
127
74
106
104
22
23
59
657
292
742
253
118
333
152
361
137
65
268
210
139
7
205
126
25
13
273
353
1,619
447
263
246
271
262
77
7
242
166
8
216
2,205
269
185
99
77
111
103
43
20
18
213
2,361 | 1,223 | 1,138
225
125
71
79
20
19
44
1,417 [  746 |
671
324
140
381
116
53
56
48
55
82
25    30
2
5
52
64
37
36
6
11
4
5
56
60
106
109
62
59
	
55
48
78
75
28
34
3
1
31
46
53
57
5
7
70
79
309 |  323 [  347
65
58
25
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39
13
28
23
21
13
28
32
16
37
24
9
13
47
148
165
178
36
6
15
20
10
26
10
21
23
7
S
23
19
4
61
31
10
5
62
96
241 |  288 |  320 [  288
59
98
29
3
57
57
1
57
361
36
21
29
27
17
11
28
169
34
12
18
28
13
10
14
|  103 1  118 |  129
 STATISTICAL TABLES
E 73
OF NET ENROLMENT
Pri
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
mary
Special
rv I
V   VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
11
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123
88
98
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102
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81
101
88
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278
302 | 280
297
21
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280
262
198
160
115
11
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317
325
289
129
30
197
179
	
	
	
	
	
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29
	
	
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183
	
	
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93
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92
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363   356
399
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353
362
317
325
289
188
168
191
	
	
	
	
	
	
7
12
	
194
190
	
	
	
31
33
28
	
	
	
	
	
15
15
18
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
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29
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
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30
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46
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186
166 |  195
204
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190
188
168
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11
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117
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40
34
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15
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2
28
32
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29
28
30
25
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
5
9
25
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22
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153
148 |  122
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108
117
95
82
71
132
260
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66
50
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12
5
296
286
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60
46
23
52
37
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40
25
23
	
—
 E 74
EDUCATION REPORT,  1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total   I   Boys      Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
I
II    I    III
District No. 7 (Nelson)—Continued
Elementary—
Balfour	
Blewett	
A. I. Collinson  	
Crescent Valley	
Harold Lakes	
Hume -
Nelson Central-
North Shore	
Procter	
Rosemont .	
Salmo	
Gordon Sargent..
Slocan	
Slocan Park	
South Nelson	
South Slocan	
Willow Point.	
Winlaw	
Winlaw Annex-
Ymir	
Totals, District No. 7_
District No. 9 (Castlegar)
Secondary—Stanley Humphries	
Junior Secondary—Kinnaird	
Elementary—
Blueberry Creek	
Castlegar	
Kinnaird  -
Ootischenia-
Pass Creek—
Robson	
Shoreacres	
Tarrys	
Twin Rivers-
Valley Vista	
Woodland Park-
Totals, District No. 9-
District No. 10 (Arrow Lakes)
Secondary—Nakusp_
Elementary-Senior Secondary—Lucerne-
Elementary—
Burton .	
Edgewood-
Fauquier	
Glenbank—
Nakusp	
Totals, District No. 10-
District No. 11 (Trail)
Secondary—
J. Lloyd Crowe	
Rossland- 	
Junior Secondary-
Beaver Valley	
Trail	
Elementary—
Cook Avenue-
Fruitvale	
Genelle	
Glenmerry..
Maclean—
Montrose	
40
212
162
115
11
396
367
102
59
225
410
71
74
53
272
45
47
83
19
34
19
111
79
67
7
192
177
49
27
110
217
39
40
29
151
21
28
36
8
14
859
2,469
802
418
309
170
104
50
128
68
383
211
47
24
49
23
225
105
41
19
155
71
379
192
77
42
165
94
286
163
270
152
36
24
53
26
38
23
126
62
258
121
21
101
83
48
4
204
190
53
32
115
193
32
34
24
121
24
19
47
11
20
2,390
384
139
54
60
172
23
26
120
22
84
187
35
71
2,864 | 1,487 | 1,377
123
118
12
27
15
64
137
42
40
28
45
27
32
3
29
20
3
40
26
10
4
24
41
27
10
14
26
15
20
4
26
27
17
8
57
30
11
9
34
37
28
5
11
33
15
17
48
59
18
34
6
9
15
9
37
32
10
13
10
13
23
29
16
21
34
23
21
8
10
4
9
4
7
11
15
29
27
1,067
571
1,129
596
384
196
258
133
627
341
253
147
479
270
48
21
268
139
294
147
231
117
496
34 |  79 |
89
533
188
125
286
106
209
27
129
147
114
—
32
37
55
66
8
14
29
26
27
36
33
14
7
18
26
25
31
11
8
29
43
16
16
21
24
214 |  314 |  352 |  331
18
21
28
9
14
44
11
23
42
25
23
198 |  236 |  258
9
7
4
24
27
87
34
72
11
35
49
50
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 75
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3    VIII
rx
X
XI
XII
11
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7
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263
259 |  259
255
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243
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199
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58
61
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74
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3
3
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104
82
63
45
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 E 76 EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 11 (Trail)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
366
119
74
386
274
191
63
34
196
141
175
56
40
190
133
	
42
13
14
28
40
46
10
9
37
30
43
15
16
46
43
Totals, District No. 11	
5,190
2,732
2,458
	
321
325
414
District No. 12 (Grand Forks)
596
64
289
600
288
31
157
318
308
33
132
282
43
52
7
36
64
14
34
57
9
36
80
Elementary—
Dr. D. A. Perley      	
Totals, District No. 12               .....           	
1,549
794
755
95
107
105
125
District No. 13 (Kettle Valley)
235
36
35
222
56
40
36
114
18
22
114
33
18
23
121
18
13
108
23
22
13
27
5
12
15
	
12
1
4
13
19
7
10
31
12
4
Elementary—
Bridesville    ...                   	
Kettle Valley    _  „	
Westbridge „  	
Totals, District No. 13-
660
342
318
27
45
56
64
District No. 14 (Southern Okanagan)
752
588
135
559
199
114
365
315
68
301
108
69
387
273
67
258
91
45
	
	
16
86
54
27
18
86
27
33
20
93
27
33
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Osoyoos  	
Elementary—■
Totals, District No   14
2,347
1,226
1,121
156
158
206
District No. 15 (Penticton)
1,154
490
490
503
122
99
112
371
478
489
474
21
204
111
595
255
244
253
55
46
58
180
240
228
250
10
113
55
559
235
246
250
67
53
54
191
238
261
224
11
91
56
54
55
48
46
39
47
30
15
13
39
40
54
54
18 '
8
52
34
14
11
40
40
47
52
26
15
38
32
12
17
49
49
62
61
22
19
Junior Secondary—
MrNjcnll Park
Elementary—
n'Cnnnfill
Tillidr"!
West Bench
Totals, District No. 15	
5,118
2,582
2,536
242
318
331
361
District No. 16 (Keremeos)
258
149
61
183
41
131
70
31
102
19
127
79
30
81
22
	
	
41
16
10
21
	
20
9
26
	
23
9
25
Elementary—
Herflpy
Totals, District No   1fi
692
353
339
41
47
55
57
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 77
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
12
56
51
64
52
21
14
21
25
	
	
	
	
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14
21
	
	
	
	
	
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51
49
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67
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33
41
54
	
	
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405
381 |  450
434
31
23 1  20 |   3
482
502
486
458
424
7
6
8
118
135
121
113
88
12
10
12
	
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32
34
38
36
	
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71
76
72
104
13
	
	
	
11
115
120 |  122
140
13
7 |   6 |   8
118
135
121
113
88
63
61
43
34
34
	
5
6
6
3
	
	
	
	
32
32
28
37
	
	
	
19
13
17
7
	
	
	
	
	
7
8 |   8
4
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64
59 |  59
51
1  - 1   1
63
61
43
34
34
12
12
7
123
119
127
183
169
	
72
77
80
71
87
67
74
19
26
17
19
	
14
113
111
103
109
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204
214
200
199
16
12 |   12 |   7
210
186
201
183
169
13
12
19
13
109
104
118
438
328
19
156
158
157
	
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15
163
165
147
	
54
81
79
98
	
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12
15
14
17
	
	
	
	
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8
25
21
	
	
	
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59
36
49
	
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22
51
65
58
84
21
	
	
	
	
	
	
73
60
76
71
	
	
	
75
78
54
61
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37 1  38
36
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15
13 1  21
20
	
	
	
	
	
22
394
416 |  401
457
55
31 |  34 |  13
428
427
422
438
328
64
50
58
49
37
19
28
23
20
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7
13 1   6
7
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23
28 1  28
23
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4
49
69
57
50
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64
50
58
49
37
 E 78
EDUCATION REPORT,  1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total   I   Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
I     I
II     I    III
I
District No. 17 (Princeton)
Elementary-Senior Secondary—Princeton-
Elementary—
John Allison  —
Allison Pass  	
Tulameen    	
Vermilion Forks..
Totals, District No. 17..
District No. 18 (Golden)
Secondary—Golden  	
Elementary-
Alexander Park   	
Columbia Valley-
Donald	
Edelweiss	
Field	
Golden	
Nicholson-
Totals, District No. 18..
District No. 19 (Revelstoke)
Secondary—Revelstoke  	
Elementary-Junior Secondary-
Elementary—
Big Eddy 	
Farwell   „	
-Mica-
Mount Begbie	
Mountain View	
Selkirk	
Trout Lake	
Totals, District No. 19..
District No. 21 (Armstrong-Spallumcheen)
Secondary—Armstrong—  .—
Elementary—
Armstrong  	
Len W. Wood  	
Totals, District No. 21„
District No. 22 (Vernon)
Senior Secondary—Vernon  	
Secondary—Charles Bloom _ _ 	
Junior Secondary—
Clarence Fulton   	
W. L. Seaton  _ 	
Elementary—
Alexis Park  _	
B.X  	
Beairsto.    	
Cherryville   l 	
Coldstream	
Harwood   _. 	
J. W. Inglis  	
Lavington  	
Lumby Primary   —
Mission Hill  	
My School	
Okanagan Landing  	
Silver Star   .	
South B.X	
West Vernon	
Totals, District No. 22- 	
District No. 23 (Central Okanagan)
Secondary-
George Elliot  	
Kelowna  	
George Pringle-
Rutland	
660
178
9
41
191
340
119
24
96
079
583
613
322
267
146
101
54
52
25
95
44
45
22
460
228
184
103
,817
944
800
399
304
150
99
54
305
166
280
143
426
234
249
137
14
8
497
444
335
252
213
170
635
895
442
815
923
95
271
525
102
372
432
414
161
53
227
22
350
563
162
537
436
223
429
474
47
151
277
48
192
230
221
78
28
117
11
172
283
83
268
298
1,971
608
534
161
989
322
215
320
59
5
17
95
496
291
121
47
27
51
23
232
81
873
401
154
45
139
137
192
112
6
2,477 | 1,291 | 1,186
245
231
165
459
219
386
449
48
120
248
54
180
202
193
83
25
110
11
178
280
79
269
7,361 j 3,768 | 3,593
137
982
286
319
56
15
26
34
21
3
1
5
8
32
26
56
89
52
32
19
20
11
12
29
7
4
49
39
28
31
|  166 |  167
35
50
49
49
22
32
22
20
46
46
31
36
75
67
3
2
183
199
203
| .__
62
93
90
23
35
54
9
43
48
11
23
53
33
26
37
52
13
47
68
69
22
33
55
39
66
67
20
23
54
62
527
558
	
—-
20
27
1
6
36
82 |  90
39
14
11
13
7
52
22
158
26
22
56
30
47
3
184
114
25
41
94
17
44
55
53
16
40
48
95
25
66
619
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 79
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
Special
TV
| V
1
VI
VII
1
1    2
I
3
VIII
rx
X
XI
XII
8
21
29
17
33
22
26
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90
92
79
52
	
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92
92 |  86
83
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90
92
79
52
19
1
5
136
147
124
99
82
39
31
35
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57
72
37
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186
161 |  167
167
16
19 |   1 |   5
136
147
124
99
82
10
6
4
166
172
155
157
130
	
37
31
32
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18
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93
127
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234
209 |  195
183
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193
190
173
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1
111
111
109
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103 |  100
116
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109
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126
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466
67
429
4
4
9
283
276
239
	
	
	
	
	
28
18
14
283
285
295
	
	
21
41
38
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11
71
69
85
89
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10
46
66
20
68
56
16
61
70
17
63
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59
63
68
79
	
16
31
26
27
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
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36
37
	
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79
86
73
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25
21
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70
91
90
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23
602
632 |  636
667
22
32 |  22
23
702
687
647
533
429
87
78
71
42
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18
31
37
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194
238
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159
180
136
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216
218
100
 E 80
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 23 (Central Okanagan)—Continued
Junior Secondary—
K.L.O	
671
620
621
433
418
25
300
139
77
138
64
379
70
113
53
438
53
306
379
95
384
133
180
76
155
99
577
534
422
148
614
409
212
543
170
349
318
297
313
204
215
10
167
74
44
72
29
189
61
55
30
224
29
153
185
46
189
78
98
37
80
44
290
264
216
86
333
205
106
293
90
195
353
323
308
229
203
15
133
65
33
66
35
190
9
58
23
214
24
153
194
49
195
55
82
39
75
55
287
270
206
62
281
204
106
250
80
154
	
45
66
10
41
9
31
29
36
59
46
23
85
29
54
7
30
90
57
60
20
54
28
55
45
52
51
15
35
14
33
24
17
58
18
42
10
69
32
85
23
29
93
63
48
19
70
35
77
54
50
64
63
8
29
34
~ 59
34
55
30
102
38
41
18
35
95
75
82
16
62
34
36
81
71
Rutland
Elementary—
Bplgn
Dehart	
Glenn Avenue  	
McWilliams           ...            ..                                .
Mountainview            . .
South Rutland                                ..           	
Dorothea Walker.. .     ' - -
Westbank                  .                                	
Winflfld
Totals, District No. 7.3    .
13,808
7,006
6,802
   |  1,009
1,066
1,212
District No. 24 (Kamloops)
Secondary—
302
393
1,037
1,158
724
1,031
953
656
424
9
10
9
408
509
326
506
18
236
243
15
283
302
513
74
232
154
200
544
578
371
544
476
315
205
3
7
4
219
270
164
242
12
118
135
8
143
135
281
43
111
148
193
493
580
353
487
477
341
219
6
3
5
189
239
162
264
6
118
108
7
140
167
232
31
121
40
34
:::::::
1
3
55
63
30
58
3
62
61
1
41
37
60
1
3
2
28
74
45
48
4
57
53
1
30
44
53
1
2
4
50
73
44
68
4
55
62
3
41
42
81
Chase	
Junior Secondary—
Brocklehurst     -	
Valleyview  -	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Red Lake -
Elementary—
Barnhartvale.                  	
Barriere
Ralph Bell
Chu Chua —	
Dallas                                 .   .
Haldane    	
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 81
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V     1    VI
1             1
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
X
XI
xn
233
210
228
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235
219
166
	
	
	
—
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
347
274
	
—
76
63
65
82
57
55
52
73
	
	
	
	
	
	
63
~~69
67
72
29
	
	
	
	
	
46
44
Is
30
	
	
	
	
	
	
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26
68
101
132
146
	
	
	
	
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20
73
72
49
33
	
	
	
	
	
	
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48
70
65
71
	
46
94
34
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39
5
89
76
34
59
32
55
	
	
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38
	
	
	
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78
75
57
	
	
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91
99
79
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39
65
91
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25
26
42
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15
117
90
97
109
	
	
	
93
94
102
86
	
	
	
	
	
	
36
54
23
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93
78
86
73
	
	
	
	
	
	
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11
44
90
101
92
11
	
	
	
	
	
	
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116
1,253
1,251
1,290
1,215
91
31 |       37
36
1,252
1,155
1,055
1,014
725
67
64
72
53
46
	
	
	
	
	
15
	
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65
71
100
75
67
	
	
	
	
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156
505
376
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
96
567
495
20
267
232
205
	
	
	
13
17
22
17
362
355
245
	
	
42
36
17
347
346
165
	
	
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15
9
223
227
182
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
162
135
127
	
2
4
51
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1
	
12
52
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81
79
71
68
	
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50
57
62
38
	
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62
4
62
98
90
3
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3
49
4
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48
49
36
46
	
	
	
20
76
80
64
99
54
	
	
	
	
	
	
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31
65
59
77
	
	
	
	
	
 E 82
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys      Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
HI
District No. 24 (Kamloops)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
Arthur Hatton  	
Heffley Creek	
George Hilliard—
Little Fort 	
Lloyd George	
Logan Lake .	
Louis Creek	
Allan Matthews—
Monte Lake	
North Kamloops-
Overlander	
Parkcrest	
A. E. Perry	
Rayleigh	
Savona	
Marion Schilling-
George Slater	
Arthur Stevenson-
John Tod	
Westsyde	
Westwold  	
Stuart Wood	
Totals, District No. 24-
District No. 26 (North Thompson)
Secondary—Clearwater	
Elementary—
Avola..
Birch Island-
Blue River—
Dutch Lake-
Star Lake	
Vavenby..
Totals, District No. 26	
District No. 27 (Williams Lake)
Senior Secondary—Peter Skene Ogden	
Secondary—Columneetza	
Junior Secondary—
Williams Lake	
100 Mile House-
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Alexis Creek _	
Anahim Lake	
Big Lake	
Bridge Lake —
Canim Lake East-
Horsefly	
Likely..
Puntzi Mountain-
Elementary—
Big Creek-
Buffalo Creek-
Chezacut	
Chilcotin Road	
Crescent Heights..
Deka Lake	
Dog Creek 	
Eagle Creek	
Empire Valley	
Forest Grove	
Gang Ranch	
Glendale	
Kleena Kleene_
Kwaleen	
Lac la Hache..
Lakehill	
455
36
494
32
437
200
50
243
58
479
186
543
521
238
142
446
237
509
414
523
77
184
235
23
248
13
226
103
26
125
26
249
96
284
261
115
79
232
120
272
217
279
34
89
388 |   196
45 |
132 I
84 I
332 |
134 |
83
1,198
263
853
815
562
58
71
36
85
10
92
45
39
67
15
198
287
21
21
11
9
185
16
278
13
135
161
41
24 j
71 I
44 |
172
66
39
612
130
412
399
297
30
29
21
51 |
3
49
24
24
4
38
6
119
168
12
9
6
5
95
8
154
6
63
73
22
220
13
246
19
211
97
24
118
32
230
90
259
260
123
63
214
117
237
197
244
43
95
16,875 | 8,634 | 8,241
192
21
61
40
160
68
44
586
133
441
416
265
28
42
15
34
7
43
21
15
4
29
9
79
119
9
12
5
4
90
8
124
7
72
88
19
47
47
47
19
60
2
43
26
6
28
15
61
24
53
71
23
21
44
14
70
47
63
15
61
17
52
4
61
29
10
29
17
46
21
48
60
14
20
52
26
65
54
69
28
52
76
5
71
37
9
30
26
65
28
71
85
40
22
50
36
103
46
77
27
74 | 1,227 | 1,226 | 1,486
4
9
8
10
10
18
53
81
17
12
	
12
5
7
5
5
23
38
4
4
4
3
22
26
5
46
2
__
17
13
2
11
2
30
34
4
1
1
17
4
23
2
25
21
9
11
9
11
74
92 |  130 |  116
4
15
4
5
11
5
3
11
1
28
42
3
23
1
60
2
17
26
5
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 83
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv   1    V
1
VI
VII
1
2
3
VIII   1    IX
1
X
XI
XU
14
~~23
61
87
11
53
34
12
43
76
22
64
74
42
22
68
37
86
60
63
14
32
84
75
3
67
22
5
21
73
28
112
75
40
13
82
40
57
62
95
19
25
68
71
7
70
29
8
27
73
24
102
75
40
23
59
39
63
73
91
22
31
68
73
~72
23
~~27
70
31
93
81
39
21
91
45
65
72
65
22
26
15
15
8
	
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1
zz
	
	
E
69 |  1,517 | 1,525 | 1,481 |  1,498
105 |     109 |       67 |       34
1,494 | 1,431 | 1,348
1,200 |     984
13
7
13
20
68
10
  1   	
1
6 1         8
14 |       14
9           8
50 1       59
16 |       17
17
8
68
	
	
105
100
70
73
40
13 |     118
95 |     106
93
  1     1     1
105 |     100 |       70
73 1       40
II    II    1 1 II 1 1 1 1    1 ! 1 13 ! 1 1 r 1 1 I | i 1
II    II    1 I 1 1 i 1 1 I    1 1 I 1    I I i l    i 1 1 1 ii
4
1
4
19
3
8
5
1
4
13
34
40
1
3
30
3
38
4
19
21
10
9
6
15
1
15
5
6
4
2
28
39
3
6
2
__
39
21
21
5
13
12
6
4
11
5
9
1
13
1
25
41
5
1
2
22
3
37
18
23
10
9
14
6
15
12
4
5
3
10
—io
39
2
1
25
35
3
18
31
14
9
8
433
180
8
6
2
5
3
13
6
4
382
191
10
1
325
160
1
137
288
126
240
 E 84
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys      Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
III
District No. 27 (Williams Lake)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
Lone B utte	
McLeese Lake—
Mountview	
Poplar Glade	
Riske Creek	
Marie Sharpe	
Tatlayoko Lake-
Wildwood	
93 Mile 	
100 Mile House-
150 Mile House-
Totals, District No. 27-
District No. 28 (Quesnel)
Senior Secondary—Correlieu	
Junior Secondary—
Cariboo	
Quesnel  	
Elementary-Junior Secondary-
Elementary—
Alexandria	
B aker	
-Wells-Barkerville	
Barlow Creek..
Bouchie Lake-
Carson	
Helen Dixon—
Dragon Lake...
Kersley	
Lakeview	
Le Bourdais.	
Narcosli	
Nazko Valley-
Pinecrest	
Quesnel View..
Red Bluff	
Rich Bar	
Riverview	
Strathnaver	
West Fraser	
Totals, District No. 28-
District No. 29 (Lillooet)
Secondary—Lillooet	
Elementary—
Bridge River	
Cayoosh-
Gold Bridge-
Pavilion	
Riverview—
Seton Lake-
Totals, District No. 29-
District No. 30 (South Cariboo)
Secondary—
Ashcroft	
Kumsheen	
David Stoddart..
Elementary—
Ashcroft	
Big Bar Creek-
Cache Creek	
Clinton	
Lytton	
Spences Bridge	
70 Mile House	
Totals, District No. 30_
63
62
363 |
35
28
173
329
2,690
324
171
74
40
432
228
17
11
23
13
107
58
24
15
1,001
361
179
155
487
16
367
325
352
51
75
2,368
174
100
83
227
10
192
165
182
24
41
1,198
28
34
190
524
257
267
52
28
24
616
316
300
32
16
16
151
85
66
56
35
21
586
328
258
288
155
133
7,188
3,713
3,475
528
224
304
451
229
222
840
438
402
112
52
60
40
26
14
469
236
233
191
108
83
287
149
138
220
113
107
305
129
176
128
64
64
127
64
63
239
132
107
37
18
19
52
24
28
63
38
25
201 |
101
100
16
8
8
359 |
192
167
126 1
65
61
271 1
134
137
114 1
72
42
153 1
74
79
2,639
153
34
204
6
10
49
9
536 |  465
187
79
72
260
6
175
160
170
27
34
1,170
12
8
36
63
11
79
8
28
6
85
46
8
12
57
69
6
84
4
16
4
74
33
68
68
	
11
14
1
8
62
69
28
35
46
33
31
26
33
31
18
21
17
18
28
45
6
7
9
7
15
4
23
17
8
5
45
38
22
18
35
48
14
12
11
12
463
468
60
60 |  82
57
49
33
27
61
46
36
72
10
14
4
1
61
11
58
4
62
31
40
10
6
166 I  233 |  211
I     I
7
7
49
73
7
90
3
20
11
88
45
22 |  623 |  615 |  678
13
7
77
28
39
13
34
20
18
27
4
13
13
25
3
58
19
39
20
24
494
15
16
3
4
46
91 |
84
42
1
46
44
35
5
13
186
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 85
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
IV
| V ( VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
rx
X
XI
XII
14
14
8
	
12
9
14
	
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57
53
58
53
	
	
	
	
—
75
8
85
3
21
79
9
86
4
18
78
11
91
10
23
87
	
	
	
	
	
—
	
	
15
86
	
	
	
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25
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3
6
9
17
	
	
	
	
	
16
83
78
82
80
	
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14
38
37
49
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—
	
	
	
64
668
635 |  695
636
—
14 |   9 |   8
660
584
486
425
366
292
236
130
208
113
	
	
	
	
	
	
327
295
218
....
	
9
15
15
6
	
	
	
	
13
6
10
	
	
	
8
57
9
88
7
51
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24
26
29
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46
41
42
40
	
	
	
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43
33
29
45
	
	
	
	
	
11
34
39
39
69
15
	
	
	
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20
17
24
8
	
	
	
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16
21
18
19
	
	
	
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7
6
35
13
6
34
36
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9
5
16
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37
33
38
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39
41
34
36
15
17
20
15
	
	
41
39
35
34
	
	
	
	
	
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17
12
14
25
	
	
	
23
21
33
29
	
	
	
	
	
11
473
513 |  481
495
15
1   1
470
509
341
292
236
7
7
3
81
64
64
57
41
23
14
15
7
	
65
2
3
69
1
7
71
75
6
2
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
93
91 |  86
90
	
7 |   7
3
81
64
64
57
41
16
2
91
86
68
57
41
	
6
8
5
44
35
44
24
13
	
	
	
	
	
53
42
39
21
11
63
73
60
44
18
	
5
2
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4
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47
42
39
36
_
3
43
41
41
44
9
_
13
38
9
8
38
7
12
30
10
15
45
14
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13
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27
213
215
195
186
41
22
10
5
188
163
151
102
54
 E 86
EDUCATION REPORT,  1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
Ill
District No. 31 (Merritt)
916
177
354
183
127
463
42
312
466
86
176
91
71
225
25
165
450
91
178
92
56
238
17
147
	
23
51
15
14
49
22
38
24
44
20
13
39
10
55
Elementary—
rniiottviiip.
31
62
Kengard	
25
19
59
10
50
2,574
1,305
1,269
	
212
205
256
District No. 32 (Hope)
581
192
623
85
309
7
82
307
89
331
42
154
4
45
274
103
292
43
155
3
37
45
19
46
10
8
62
10
42
~~18
71
9
30
9
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Boston Bar  	
Elementary—
12
78
8
42
Tillicum              - -
Yale
13
1,879
972
907
120
130
137
153
District No. 33 (Chilliwack)
Secondary—
1,196
1,046
744
379
591
123
343
38
82
112
512
141
106
71
102
202
158
210
496
61
232
62
157
229
214
36
381
374
41
114
241
591
301
615
541
390
201
278
72
180
22
44
57
255
76
55
34
52
104
78
106
246
31
113
29
82
119
109
21
179
183
26
57
128
295
155
581
505
354
178
313
51
163
16
38
55
257
65
51
37
50
98
80
104
250
30
119
33
75
110
105
15
202
191
15
57
113
296
146
27
54
46
50
46
50
38
24
23
48
52
27
12
33
2
9
11
34
12
16
6
11
20
23
14
41
10
27
13
12
27
19
3
43
56
~~ 21
23
58
35
13
31
8
10
13
40
18
13
12
12
17
18
17
51
9
28
6
46
22
1
42
43
13
24
65
31
Junior Secondary—
Rosedale...	
A. D. Rundle                                           	
Elementary—
14
45
6
11
15
44
24
Fast fhJUiivarV
16
TtEjirfipIri Tsland
11
15
25
67
F. G. Leary  	
32
53
13
32
Miller
4
58
Rosedale...    ..                                             	
27
7
62
26
30
30
77
40
Totals, District No. 33                        - -   -
9,686
4,933
4,753
485
591
603
784
District No. 34 (Abbotsford)
1,187
895
755
480
598
481
372
234
589
414
383
246
Junior Secondary—
	
	
	
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EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total
I
Boys
Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
II III
District No. 34 (Abbotsford)—Continued
Elementary.—
Abbotsford	
Aberdeen	
Alexander-
Arnold	
Barrowtown..
Bradner	
Centennial Park-
Clayburn 	
Clearbrook	
Dunach	
Glenmore _.—
Godson  	
Good Shepherd-
Grant Park	
Huntingdon	
Jackson	
Jubilee	
King 	
McMillan .—
Marshall Road-
Matsqui..
Mount Lehman North-
North Poplar	
Peardonville	
Ridgedale	
Ross  	
Philip Sheffield	
Simpson 	
South Poplar	
Margaret Stenersen-
Swensson	
Ten-Broeck	
Upper Sumas	
Totals, District No. 34-
District No. 35 (Langley)
Secondary—
Aldergrove	
Langley	
Junior Secondary—
Fort Langley	
H. D. Stafford _
Elementary—
Aldergrove	
Anderson	
Belmont 	
Blacklock .	
Coghlan 	
County Line	
Fort Langley	
Glenwood	
Langley Central-
Langley Prairie -
Lochiel 	
Milner 	
Murrayviile	
North Otter	
Otter	
Parkside Centennial-
Patricia	
Peterson Road-
Simonds	
South Carvolth-
South Otter	
Sperling	
Tillicum	
Topham Road...
234
228
342
31
95
273
406
16
111
102
47
646
23
24
71
144
24
107
124
181
14
48
138
203
8
48
47
26
342
13
15
45
81
16
85
39 1
89
51
82
40
259
140
98
53
441
237
92
55
49
26
94
48
180
87
237
131
237
122
324
165
17
7
237
126
289
156
127
104
161
17
47
135
203
8
63
55
21
304
10
9
26
63
8
46
38
42
119
45
204
37
23
46
93
106
115
159
10
111
133
49
37
34
28
12
42
i,944 | 4,624 | 4,320
792
1,268
478
544
267
139
627
165
120
106
465
351
293
251
114
104
351
236
277
322
49
217
304
110
26
83
28
97
423
645
254
292
146
72
310
92
59
59
218
188
149
126
53
53
181
129
156
162
24
110
149
57
7
50
18
52
369
623
224
252
121
67
317
73
61
47
247
163
144
125
61
51
170
107
121
160
25
107
155
53
19
33
10
45
31
—
9
30
29
48
57
4
	
20
14
	
2
84
73
13
	
8
12
8
	
9
9
45
26
13
51
	
11
	
13
	
15
33
20
52
15
47
37
5
53
18
34
53
21
40
14
29
24
6
11
13
7
48
11
7
18
7
12
23
26
26
13
50
12
5
20
22
25
47
7
33
47
543
607
677 |
53
50
48
51
108
49
102
14
98
47
12
15
37
32
24
33
13
9
22
24
35
58
13
26
30
12
13
17
16
17
89
32
16
11
55
34
31
32
16
14
34
31
26
60
11
24
36
11
13
11
18
48
17
43
14
24
43
6
12
14
6
82
9
22
9
11
12
9
21
13
68
10
6
24
36
31
39
5
26
54
714
23
92
39
15
14
52
36
28
27
16
12
36
33
40
60
10
38
41
19
30
15
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NET ENROLMENT—Continued
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Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
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21
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36
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54
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60
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784
87
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676
757
613
601
586
12
28
154
158
173
137
130
	
	
	
	
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24
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166
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207
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57
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14
17
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EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
III
District No. 35 (Langley)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
West Langley  	
Willoughby  - 	
Wix-Brown	
Totals, District No. 35..
District No. 36 (Surrey)
Senior Secondary-
North Surrey-
Princess Margaret-
Queen Elizabeth—
Semiahmoo	
Lord Tweedsmuir—
Junior Secondary—
William Beagle	
Cloverdale	
Johnston Heights-
L. A. Matheson	
Newton  	
Mary Jane Shannon.-
Len Shepherd-
West Whalley—
White Rock	
Elementary—
Anniedale	
James Ardiel—
Bear Creek	
Harold Bishop..
Henry Bose	
David Brankin-
Bridgeview—
J. T. Brown-
Cedar Hills-
Clayton..
Cloverdale	
Colebrook	
Crescent Park-
Simon Cunningham-
Dawn .—
East Clayton	
East Kensington-
Elgin 	
Fleetwood	
Grandview HeightS-
Green Timbers	
Grosvenor Road	
Halls Prairie	
Hjorth Road	
Holly-
Invergarry	
Johnston Heights	
Johnston Road	
Kensington Prairie-
Latimer Road —
McLeod Road	
A. H. P. Matthew	
General Montgomery-
Newton 	
Mary Jane Norris-
Old Yale Road	
Peace Arch	
Port Kells	
Port Mann	
Prince Charles-
Senator Reid	
Riverdale	
Royal Heights	
T. E. Scott	
234
225
170
117
107
84
Mary Jane Shannon..
745
926
1,140
597
509
719
1,047
782
671
949
883
674
743
1,031
210
567
168
319
495
341
326
403
546
226
553
98
577
281
11
85
101
21
322 [
226
369
463
126
297
427
241
345
146
171
245
233
540
148
174
176
667
459
229
132
768
415
742
205
276
687
386
512
564
336
260
384
519
415
334
469
467
349
353
523
115
306
84
162
259
193
163
231
305
125
278
45
300
161
7
43
60
8
186
120
198
257
63
149
224
120
193
81
74
120
113
273
86
97
88
342
237
122
57
390
219
377
108
143
353
117
118
8,813 | 4,542 | 4,271
359
414
576
261
249
335
528
367
337
480
416
325
390
508
95
261
84
157
236
148
163
172
241
101
275
53
277
120
4
42
41
13
136
106
171
206
63
148
203
121
152
65
97
125
120
267
62
77
88
325
222
107
75
378
196
365
97
133
334
52
22
36
18
513
698
54
37
64
68
62
64
28
60
58
55
58
84
114
55
29
119
121
45
64
20
78
13
28
49
42
48
30
60
49
25
55
15
25
16
11
28
15
33
66
13
40
62
91
35
11
14
22
30
55
22
21
47
65
66
23
30
67
60
18
81
31
67
27
38
69
47
48
40
66
52
14
82
19
23
8
10
50
19
35
62
15
33
52
36
41
12
24
35
25
68
7
22
40
51
57
34
17
70
47
60
30
77
23
34
21
754
22
90
28
40
65
50
40
50
56
60
17
67
16
37
11
49
29
51
50
20
44
50
35
26
38
34
41
85
20
29
60
81
69
27
21
84
50
135
32
99
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
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Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
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X
XI
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32
23
27
36
34
34
30
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29
24
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829
709 |  753
729
56
41 |  52 |   6
660
718
62(
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443
1
1
1
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392
353
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402
607
533
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274
	
	
	
	
	
	
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227
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48
48
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41
57
49
38
42
	
	
	
	
	
	
23
17
15
23
	
	
	
	
	
39
45
48
48
	
	
	
	
	
	
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43
29
33
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26
38
32
37
32
	
28
15
27
27
	
	
	
	
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28
32
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70
71
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19
24
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74
73
85
79
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60
78
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34
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102
110
115
	
	
	
	
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61
57
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40
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59
28
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EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total      Boys      Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
I
1
II
i
48
40
31
37
43
42
9
14
14
12
19
16
50
48
34
17
21
29
21
27
26
34
21
25
35
47
74
52
45
38
District No. 36 (Surrey)—Continued
Elementary—Contin ued
Lena Shaw  	
Ray Shepherd	
Dr. F. D. Sinclair	
South Westminster-
Erma Stephenson.—
Strawberry Hill	
Sunnyside..
Surrey Centre	
H. T. Thrift	
Tynehead-
Georges Vanier...
William Watson-
White Rock	
K. B. Woodward	
K. B. Woodward Annex-
Totals, District No. 36__—.	
District No. 37 (Delta)
Senior Secondary—Delta— 	
Secondary-—North Delta  	
Junior Secondary—
Burnsview	
Delta	
Delview-
Tsawwassen—
Elementary—
Annieville	
Beach Grove-
Boundary Bay	
Boundary Beach-
Brooke	
Chalmers	
Cliff Drive	
Delta Manor	
Devon Gardens..
East Delta	
English Bluff	
Fairview	
Gibson	
Gray-
Hawthorne..
Heath	
Hellings	
Jarvis	
Kennedy	
Ladner	
McCloskey_
Pebble Hill..
Richardson-
South Park-
Sunbury-
Sunshine Hills.-
Weaver	
Totals, District No. 37	
District No. 38 (Richmond)
Senior Secondary—
Richmond	
Steveston	
Secondary—Matthew McNair	
Junior Secondary—
Hugh Boyd _.	
J. N. Burnett	
Cambie	
Hugh McRoberts-
Robert C. Palmer..
356
426
549
34
109
48
380
209
344
197
243
200
315
714
256
187
231
286
17
60
27
188
115
165
102
119
105
150
363
142
169
195
263
17
49
21
192
94
179
95
124
95
165
351
114
30,353 | 15,763 | 14,590
894
454
,063
529
620
332
700
358
831
418
989
505
582
294
318
184
251
137
49
25
315
178
472
244
750
363
743
360
518
272
42
23
318
162
151
82
462
246
425
197
552
272
650
337
586
294
319
150
162
82
771
398
112
63
141
64
670
349
697
358
64
32
518
267
176
71
440
534
288
342
413
484
288
134
114
24
137
228
387
383
246
19
156
69
216
228
280
313
292
169
80
373
49
77
321
339
32
251
105
15,911 |    8,100 |    7,811
1,068
1,048
379
1,043
771
628
945
814
533
528
174
517
401
342
504
405
535
520
205
526
370
286
441
409
62
69
114
67
40
31
~46
60
62
101
63
20
53
43
49
82
94
72
52
47
81
30
37
67
58
si
41
58
64
68
11
19
13
58
21
36
32
26
28
43
97
46
1,619 | 2,070 | 2,142 | 2,528
38
38
25
7
44
72
56
98
70
14
30
34
40
57
78
72
62
29
30
65
25
34
67
60
7
53
33
1,354 | 1,238
80
38
26
13
42
58
87
78
57
8
37
34
48
64
72
86
67
31
38
71
25
20
85
81
10
50
36
1,342
68
35
26
13
32
63
87
100
67
11
31
30
42
46
64
82
80
45
47
90
32
24
86
96
5
58
33
1,393
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 93
Primary
Special
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
IV
1
VI
VII
1           2
1
3
VIII
,-
X
XI
XII
49
52
46
50
13
1
44
62
60
66
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14
79
77
76
81
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
17
18
11
18
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
48
56
60
60
	
18
26
40
25
	
	
10
37
50
36
57
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38
35
31
	
	
	
	
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23
28
36
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39
39
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44
49
51
46
13
13
135
96
115
122
10
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
264
2,488
2,464
2,559
2,547
256
83 |       82
65
2,523
2,357
2,389
2,128
1,789
487
407
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
263
434
366
	
	
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304
305
	
	
	
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3
1
235
235
217
	
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6
5
	
293
296
231
	
	
	
	
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6
8
343
324
304
	
	
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72
92
78
81
4
	
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49
45
35
	
	
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31
16
43
28
39
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40
36
	
	
71
50
53
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103
120
107
128
	
95
95
98
78
	
	
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9
37
73
48
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45
57
61
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
74
71
64
80
	
62
56
53
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75
72
54
55
	
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89
69
66
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69
86
68
76
	
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59
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121
127
107
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26
100
84
81
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9
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106
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98
101
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33
1,431
1,412
1,265
1,321
25
30 |       14 |         9
1,175
1,160
1,015
921
773
44
603
421
	
	
	
	
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434
614
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
171
208
	
26
10
372
349
286
	
	
	
	
	
	
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6
	
236
283
236
	
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14
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220
211
180
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13
11
380
366
175
	
	
	
	
	
	
27
5
	
265
266
251
	
—
 E 94
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total   I   Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
I
I     I    II
III
District No. 38 (Richmond)-
Elementary—
Blundell .. 	
-Continued
William Bridge	
Bridgeport 	
Samuel Brighouse-
Lord Byng 	
William Cook	
Crestwood 	
General Currie	
Howard De Beck-
Alfred B. Dixon—
Harry Eburne	
John T. Errington-
W. D. Ferris	
Garden City	
B. W. Garratt	
James Gilmore	
R. M. Grauer	
Hamilton 	
Austin Harris	
Thomas Kidd	
Alexander Kilgour—
Walter Lee	
Charles E. London-
Duncan McDonald-
Donald E. McKay-
James McKinney—
Mitchell  	
Sea Island	
Sidaway- -
Manoah Steves	
Tait— 	
Thompson 	
F. A. Tomsett	
James Whiteside—
Daniel Woodward-
Totals, District No. 38-
Distiict No. 39 (Vancouver)
Secondary—
Britannia—
Lord Byng..
Sir Winston Churchill-
Gladstone 	
Eric Hamber- 	
Killarney	
King George	
Kitsilano— 	
Magee	
John Oliver	
Point Grey 	
Prince of Wales	
Templeton..
David Thompson.—
Sir Charles Tupper-
University Hill-
Vancouver Technical..
Windermere    —	
Elementary-Senior Secondary—City School-
Elementary—
Bayview..
Lord Beaconsfield—
Sir Matthew Begbie_
General Brock	
Brock Annex	
Graham Bruce	
Sir Guy Carleton	
Carnarvon	
344
171
173
470
237
233
340
185
155
633
323
310
560
297
263
441
235
206
42
24
18
38
16
22
45
28
17
491
264
227
96
54
42
432
220
212
143
71
72
443
244
199
86
48
38
658
337
321
368
169
199
109
61
48
58
28
30
371
186
185
227
106
121
552
305
247
73
38
35
89
46
43
266
140
126
81
47
34
489
253
236
183
96
87
158
80
78
475
247
228
110
55
55
312
155
157
52
23
29
459
218
241
482
245
237
16,872 | 8,656 | 8,216
1,296
1,418
1,608
1,818
1,804
2,013
534
1,665
1,003
2,313
1,224
1,094
2,148
2,134
1,756 |
347
2,333
1,733
96
422
554
649
525
189
404
700
534
709
727
774
949
841
1,014
261
897
531
1,239
605
512
1,094
1,010
842
160
1,307
889
49
201
308
330
272
103
210
369
279
587
691
834
869
963
999
273
768
472
1,074
619
582
1,054
1,124
914
187
1,026
844
47
221
246
319
253
86
194
331
255
46
44
58
40
43
35
63
54
54
54
62
54
50
45
72
60
9
5
10
91
62
85
25
18
32
52
81
85
45
47
63
43
51
54
21
17
24
21
53
65
74
19
24
22
31
34
36
32
30
34
26
20
66
25
29
32
80
74
92
29
22
34
11
23
10
15
16
18
50
46
58
35
48
49
71
77
71
26
22
25
9
18
13
37
30
48
18
19
22
78
61
73
15
34
30
17
17
23
68
68
72
23
23
26
32
27
46
16
13
9
53
53
56
66
72
64
1,245 | 1,267 | 1,432
47
60
92
45
49
38
78
56
50
79
80
55
33
57
76
64
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 95
Primary
Special
Grade
TV    I     V
VI
VII
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
VIII        IX X
XI
xn
7
16
35
90
25
101
70
57
67
17
66
47
85
107
45
12
9
55
50
87
14
37
22
75
24
24
61
38
51
14
53
79
83
80
54
110
129
65
74
14
79
74
109
51
19
61
45
67
~"l<5
37
76
25
23
67
53
58
63
94
62
84
100
100
85
97
94
100
96
16
47
81
~~19
33
63
17
24
64
50
57
72
108
83
104
106
72
70
89
78
96
91
18
54
~~9i
44
63
38
30
75
53
129
66
23 [ 1,517 | 1,532 | 1,543 | 1,565
—
	
	
1
9
10
56
53
53
63
79
66
74
92
94
76
80
88
64
53
~52
95
96
87
68
65
76
17
63
70
97
77
60
92
75
19
52
90
35
44
1,473 | 1,475 | 1,299
41
19
22
78
42
93
20
1
26
24
12
16
6
58
26
27
11
43
39
17
69
32
19
24
45
91
16
	
	
22
30
21
23
22
"31
20
16
Ii
317
280
313
404
367
452
114
279
196
517
229
205
403
425
423
78
488
359
21
244
271
293
377
318
433
113
252
200
485
284
210
400
418
368
94
456
378
18
257
304
339
352
361
390
111
329
176
434
211
205
415
435
319
79
418
354
13
1,245 | 1,035
233
288
290
296
347
387
108
330
212
381
259
236
405
423
296
37
408
343
5
195
275
354
305
340
310
88
376
219
349
219
238
352
374
240
59
328
259
 I
E 96 EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kinder
garten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 39 (Vancouver)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
382
389
569
216
524
650
151
572
137
784
363
490
490
551
13
544
756
589
162
385
448
771
153
525
700
473
155
541
422
59
514
549
203
604
373
348
597
747
379
222
738
199
400
949
236
486
554
714
200
334
423
640
722
184
582
304
395
552
68
385
838
717
805
257
245
660
634
555
175
206
273
109
261
328
66
294
66
412
157
245
241
303
11
268
365
290
82
201
230
374
78
258
369
231
83
289
223
23
287
268
100
299
197
192
299
363
195
102
364
106
199
477
130
265
276
381
113
155
221
317
340
79
305
152
222
285
37
212
402
398
422
127
128
354
348
293
207
183
296
107
263
322
85
278
71
372
206
245
249
248
2
276
391
299
80
184
218
397
75
267
331
242
72
252
199
36
227
281
103
305
176
156
298
384
184
120
374
93
201
472
106
221
278
333
87
179
202
323
382
105
277
152
173
267
31
173
436
319
383
130
117
306
286
262
30
45
59
52
56
44
39
47
27
81
38
72
60
67
56
60
62
35
37
30
60
42
43
72
26
40
46
52
16
55
25
52
69
41
28
45
56
25
57
63
31
60
88
55
53
58
60
29
38
59
75
29
41
60
47
55
32
135
82
58
55
46
54
63
45
34
44
28
53
75
61
39
40
25
77
22
62
55
68
62
57
59
28
46
31
59
31
46
71
38
41
50
38
12
54
32
57
71
52
32
62
74
24
60
76
47
46
87
52
71
59
62
26
31
93
60
43
56
72
41
37
16
28
132
71
81
58
58
49
61
59
32
47
45
62
68
61
39
35
35
86
44
71
65
79
63
60
69
30
40
51
68
39
51
61
39
38
58
46
18
67
36
43
74
41
30
67
69
38
23
73
40
54
99
54
50
71
67
~32
47
81
69
50
61
51
42
41
23
29
114
62
64
51
42
49
73
49
40
54
44
49
72
66
30
50
31
90
42
54
57
61
63
68
59
43
43
49
81
41
56
80
57
36
63
36
13
57
52
51
76
42
38
78
96
30
40
92
34
47
106
46
54
74
97
~43
64
69
86
51
86
68
56
50
15
34
98
79
73
58
59
73
76
68
F.riith Cavell
Sir Wilfred flrenfell
Sir Wilfrid Laurier   	
Lloyd George Annex— 	
Dr. A. R Lord
Sir Richard McRrirfe
McBride Annex	
Dr H N Marr.nrkirdale
Dr. R. E. McKechnie       	
Maple Grove                                                      	
Walter Moberly „    .
Florence Nightingale.—
Sir William Oslpr
Queen Mary....                                   ...	
Queen Victoria                     	
Selkirk Annex B	
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 97
Primary
Special
Grade
rv
VI   VII
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
I
1  I
Grade
VIII   IX
XI
XII
57
3
19
20
17
13
7
14
200
2
11
14
25
13
38
47
98
63
97
77
87
67
54
65
57
39
40
84
63
99
75
120
48
53
60
65
1  81
66
76
149
77
83
26
39
50
56
75
128
122
79
~~83
104
91
64
70
75
81
67
65
65
73
79
109
78
76
41
47
57
51
71
73
100
109
37
67
42
89
109
27
	
34
41
104
145
16
51
50
71
79
85
111
52
45
66
54
72
56
103
86
11
76
85
53
	
49
50
84
82
25
24
101
81
85
108
71
143
35
	
40
67
100
75
69
82
89
55
52
122
75
93
87
123
47
66
68
87
84
141
75
53
71
121
~~86
112
85
95
65
70
101
77
38
56
95
99
89
132
47
153
54
59
96
41
72
86
119
89
51
92
28
86
106
153
95
71
79
46
53
89
52
111
93
120
55
58
60
67
_69
128
90
51
76
132
81
109
94
73
53
64
101
83
52
56
106
144
69
104
~33
167
50
83
110
44
51
89
124
50
91
40
91
124
135
113
102
84
21
~46
12
20
24
20
120
14
28
33
I -
 E 98 EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 39 (Vancouver)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
Smith Hill
369
389
242
944
685
175
435
484
331
514
62
406
666
397
156
435
536
192
196
130
490
349
89
223
256
171
235
33
209
320
192
69
227
274
177
193
112
454
336
86
212
228
160
279
29
197
346
205
87
208
262
38
49
104
52
45
65
60
49
31
17
68
57
31
24
41
56
44
61
76
48
40
57
52
75
29
26
61
67
34
36
57
48
44
67
81
42
41
42
50
55
53
19
55
75
37
34
52
52
37
91
74
43
44
42
63
75
37
72
27
27
45
62
Southlands
Tecumseh                                              ...  ..
Waverley
Dr. George M. Weir
Totals, District No. 39 	
70,816
36,058
34,758
4,488
4,705
4,790
5,143
District No. 40 (New Westminster)
Secondary—New Westminster-  	
Elementary—
2,572
178
191
88
461
549
387
464
585
492
1,255
90
101
49
224
292
205
236
298
263
1,317
88
90
39
237
257
182
228
287
229
19
20
58
61
51
64
63
55
21
12
19
51
49
53
64
57
55
17
24
27
52
53
44
53
58
52
20
26
23
59
64
54
62
63
53
Totals, Tlistrjct Nn. 40
5,967
3,013
2,954
391
381
380
424
District No. 41 (Burnaby)
1,155
1,189
1,416
1,250
1,103
666
1,110
1,113
1,014
619
1,146
564
502
200
583
269
483
659
477
542
560
318
368
117
602
332
185
488
599
364
571
556
772
649
547
346
556
551
504
316
599
290
255
90
284
145
232
350
258
273
292
155
186
61
318
177
93
260
288
206
584
633
644
601
556
320
554
562
510
303
547
274
247
110
299
124
251
309
219
269
268
163
182
56
284
155
92
228
311
158
59
58
58
55
30
82
59
47
51
57
41
29
~~60
30
26
47
52
52
34
54
44
27
63
27
66
59
40
34
51
39
41
~~65
29
24
58
74
31
~30
57
52
23
77
28
47
73
41
50
69
34
56
65
32
23
56
64
41
25
76
63
25
68
30
50
89
58
65
66
55
46
34
77
40
22
55
88
41
Secondary—
Junior Secondary—
Moscrop          -.               - 	
Elementary—
Tapitnl T-Till
Chaffey Burke
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 99
Primary
Special
Grade
rv
V
VI
56
45
49
93
92
106
107
110
106
107
107
118
si
53
47
75
81
62
77
	
	
72
60
71
55
46
48
88
93
89
48
35
54
69
66
56
~~62
70
73
67
VII
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
VIII   I    IX
X
XI
XII
10
34
12
46
98
"ii6
116
42
62
109
~36
104
85
68
86
683  | 5,308 [ 5,305 | 5,614 | 5,727
19
22
23
	
25
22
32
	
19
	
	
	
67
63
53
10
57
61
90
13
38
46
48
13
46
56
48
	
96
74
80
	
75
56
64
24
30
53
90
40
58
94
73
36
442 |     400 |     438  |     467
12
—
	
	
45
_30
38
83
72
77
72
60
78
24
27
16
70
75
70
30
39
38
75
46
61
75
82
94
56
74
62
70
78
90
75
68
69
36
35
42
55
42
52
45
38
71
76
87
61
48
53
27
18
21
74
49
79
75
80
86
36
43
44
35
86
75
105
47
56
92
71
74
94
36
47
~i9
39
24
70
80
60
119
21
13
14
21
13
1,121 |     232 |     291 |     261
105
31
13
	
=
14
=
	
9
—
	
10
36 |  105 |  31 |10
—
	
—
	
51
—
34
16
—
35
~~39
24
24
30
11
■	
	
if
	
24
5,870 | 5,612 | 5,502
509
556
453
509 |  556 1  453
242
262
215
427
396
384
192
334
222
276
202
411
392
367
189
328
270
216
177
244
199
272
325
263
164
247
5,284 I 4,880
475
433
475 |  433
617
232
536
527
173
538
223
664
471
148
 E 100
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
II III
District No. 41 (Burnaby)—Continued
Elementary-
Lochdale..
Lyndhurst-
-Continued
Marlborough—
Maywood	
Montecito	
Morley Street-
Nelson	
Parkcrest	
Riverside —
Riverway West„
Rosser	
Schou	
Seaforth_	
Second Street-
Sperling	
Stride	
Suncrest	
Sussex	
Twelfth Avenue-
Westridge_	
Windsor	
Totals, District No. 41	
District No. 42 (Maple Ridge)
Secondary—
Garibaldi...
Maple Ridge....
Pitt Meadows..
Junior Secondary—Westview_
Elementary—
Albion 	
Alouette.  	
Blue Mountain-
Fairview	
Glenwood	
Golden Ears	
Hammond	
Haney Central-
Eric Langton	
Maple Ridge-
Maple Ridge Primary-
Meadowland	
Mount Crescent ——
Pitt Meadows	
Alexander Robinson-
Ruskin	
Thornhill 	
Webster's Corner-
Whonnock	
Yennadon .	
Totals, District No. 42_
District No. 43 (Coquitlam)
Senior Secondary—Centennial	
Secondary—
Moody-
Port Coquitlam-
Junior Secondary—
Sir Frederick Banting-
Dr. Charles Best-
Como Lake-
Mary Hill-
Montgomery	
George Pearkes-
Winslow	
511
202
537
495
100
513
446
418
133
191
306
153
486
513
644
524
294
308
441
484
405
256
96
274
246
50
266
246
214
64
98
168
78
262
259
341
269
155
146
224
258
206
255
106
263
249
50
247
200
204
69
93
138
75
224
254
303
255
139
162
217
226
199
28,097 [ 14,356 |  13,741
702
357
1,461
711
368
174
361
177
103
49
45
22
280
137
248
118
305
153
306
147
304
144
17
11
509
251
302
142
92
51
131
70
479
258
426
228
135
73
75
45
73
39
207
113
232
119
253
132
345
750
194
184
54
23
143
130
152
159
160
6
258
160
41
61
221
198
62
30
34
94
113
121
58
56
52
40
46
68
61
57
61
"60
51
63
26
62
65
28
61
48
36
8
20
34
17
41
54
49
69
27
25
48
73
49
53
26
58
70
31
57
50
46
16
22
34
20
62
49
63
58
32
26
55
63
63
66
23
62
65
41
55
55
51
22
27
38
27
64
69
57
69
31
38
55
35
56
1,596 | 1,763 | 1,872 | 2,079
—
14
16
10
16
25
34
34
32
33
32
29
39
34
31
50
62
24
31
20
12
17
14
47
58
64
54
13
15
9
15
8
11
25
27
21
20
15
28
7,414
3,721
2,657
1,324
658
340
987
475
812
417
824
425
563
305
651
341
836
431
634
334
789
346
3,693
405
1,333
318
512
395
399
258
310
405
300
443
16
19
31
36
37
47
33
63
40
22
78
47
18
12
9
27
33
22
492 |  547 |  590
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 101
Primary
Special
Grade
TV
VI
VII
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
viii     rx
x
XI
XII
12
11
67
39
58
68
60
57
47
23
29
43
16
63
65
119
75
45
26
60
43
70
61
68
33
28
79
79
55
58
~67
~64
80
70
66
57
9
25
25
39
39
33
24
18
63
63
65
79
99
105
69
58
31
38
49
29
50
60
42
81
44
57
10
39
572
624
608
75
27
83
62
109
86
69
18
29
39
31
80
78
92
58
45
42
58
94
55
66 | 2,228 | 2,130 | 2,266 | 2,410
	
	
16
11
12
31
31
26
32
35
39
31
37
38
45
44
42
37
40
30
~~56~
66
55
52
49
53
20
—2J
12
54
88
79
52
44
65
29
20
19
8
16
15
18
17
10
28
27
39
16
28
28
47
48
46
18
34
40
36
37
42
69
53
23
75
53
21
34
35
47
617
16
143 |       69 |     106
24
2,452
2,387
2,377
16 55
13
15
44 |       55
31
27
221
224
91
155
203
221
115
111
31
27
691
5
14
13
13
9
2
27
17
19
14
10
10
4
9
10
16
223
310
286
185
228
298
334
249
183
136
253
295
173
245
273
125
260
137
211
73
95
650 |  516
164
165
238
243
176
148
245
121
231
2,085 | 2,044
87
352
55
54
324
34
494
412
1,219
66
358
1,438
328
 E  102 EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 43 (Coquitlam)—Continued
Elementary—
374
645
58
350
486
312
154
422
305
317
574
366
141
212
414
583
506
572
48
599
477
597
240
496
567
318
557
427
415
612
576
137
663
509
468
642
445
73
37
97
611
215
195
319
24
172
224
158
72
234
158
149
310
196
78
109
216
292
270
297
27
296
248
290
125
266
305
164
273
230
225
319
305
79
365
266
258
353
230
41
24
43
316
104
179
326
34
178
262
154
82
188
147
168
264
170
63
103
198
291
236
275
21
303
229
307
115
230
262
154
284
197
190
293
271
58
298
243
210
289
215
32
13
54
295
111
53
76
51
30
30
44
50
28
28
58
49
16
30
47
56
44
55
63
51
46
21
46
61
49
30
49
49
59
51
58
47
41
73
48
40
59
27
50
60
9
40
37
41
35
52
34
39
59
30
30
22
36
80
44
55
6
63
46
74
25
51
53
38
62
35
56
80
67
8
65
63
47
74
67
~ 30
47
41
27
88
10
34
78
37
38
46
38
39
65
34
41
26
48
58
67
60
8
64
41
62
26
62
64
48
51
48
46
64
52
9
70
63
60
83
59
~~27
75
26
66
80
7
31
47
36
37
57
46
52
68
55
28
31
54
84
54
72
8
78
47
95
34
57
86
13
76
58
48
78
77
21
87
73
81
62
57
~74
31
Austin Heights   . _.
College Park
Glen
Hillcrest 	
Mary Hill
Miller Park
Porter Street
Westwood         	
TnfaU Tlistrir-t TJn, 4"»
26,028
13,363
12,665
1,713
1,851
1,942
2,146
District No. 44 (North Vancouver)
Secondary—
1,453
908
1,356
1,342
809
1,126
790
905
754
454
195
452
528
340
564
353
450
552
323
647
754
450
723
651
393
568
417
515
383
251
100
226
257
169
290
167
211
282
175
318
699
458
633
691
416
558
373
390
371
203
95
226
271
171
274
186
239
270
148
329
	
54
37
20
58
47
40
36
35
70
33
94
63
42
26
62
37
59
41
42
74
45
77
69
37
48
73
52
71
49
72
76
42
99
Junior Secondary—
Elementary—
Carisbrooke
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E  103
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
rx
X
XI
XH
36
32
49
46
15
9
101
65
78
79
9
	
	
_ _
	
	
	
_
	
10
12
10
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
, ,
13
45
41
44
51
	
	
_
	
85
76
61
60
12
	
	
_
.	
	
	
_
	
46
54
32
36
	
	
	
	
—
—
—
_
	
11
38
47
52
~63
6
"
~
~
	
40
30
47
42
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.	
.
	
	
.	
	
30
45
47
37
	
	
	
	
	
	
12
89
78
69
76
	
	
	
.	
	
	
	
12
46
26
19
45
54
41
	
	
	
	
■	
—
—
	
	
~29
29
16
10
	
45
61
48
75
_
	
	
	
_
	
	
_
	
70
79
85
71
9
68
79
72
69
	
	
	
_
.	
	
15
93
65
81
76
	
8
10
8
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
86
89
78
78
	
	
	
	
.	
14
83
69
58
53
15
	
	
	
__
	
.	
88
79
83
70
	
	
	
	
	
_
__^
36
32
35
31
 ___
	
	
	
	
8
70
63
70
59
10
	
	
	
	
	
14
83
75
55
64
12
	
	
	
	
	
14
45
42
32
37
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
75
84
82
84
13
	
	
_
.
	
	
	
66
54
54
63
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
51
55
57
53
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
_
 ■
84
80
14
85
82
26
88
88
17
74
79
42
—
	
	
	
—
	
—
	
——
'
	
99
106
78
90
10
	
	
	
	
	
	
_
64
63
58
73
5
 ,
	
	
	
	
	
8
62
62
59
48
	
	
	
	
	
	
68
97
99
86
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
61
59
45
49
	
	
_
53
19
■	
	
	
	
20
18
	
	
 .
	
—
	
 ■
	
~84
~ 92
83
93
4
	
	
	
—
	
—
	
	
	
43
22
25
	
	
	
	
	
—
	
—
	
	
211
2,237
2,184
2,110
2,064
159
79
75
61
2,113
1,943
1,731
1,643
1,766
241
232
242
361
377
_
	
	
	
	
	
125
155
153
226
249
_
	
	
	
	
	
	
77
630
649
	
	
	
	
	
298
290
261
255
238
_ _
_
...
	
	
	
204
201
186
121
97
	
	
	
	
	
—
	
265
281
219
216
145
260
307
223
_
	
78
92
95
216
222
202
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
279
276
199
	
	
	
71
41
87
70
38
92
54
73
	
	
	
	
_—
	
	
	
	
88
91
	
56
105
80
94
	
	
	
	
	
46
57
57
44
.
	
.	
	
.
	
	
69
100
107
118
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
54
68
45
60
	
	
	
	
	
	
63
62
90
86
	
	
	
	
 —
	
	
	
	
73
85
85
89
	
	
	
	
11
52
43
43
54
	
	
	
	
	
	
..
13
95
96
68
93
12
"
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
 E 104
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total      Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
III
District No. 44 (North Vancouver)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
Fromme	
Highlands	
Keith Lynn-
Larson 	
Lonsdale	
Lonsdale Annex-
Lynn Valley	
Maplewood—.	
Monteray .	
Montroyal—. „
Norgate .	
North Star	
Plymouth.
Prince Charles	
Queen Mary	
Queensbury	
Ridgeway 	
Ridgeway Annex..
Ross Road	
Seymour Heights	
Sherwood Park	
Upper Lynn	
Westover	
Westview  	
Youth Resources Centre-
Totals, District No. 44..
District No. 45 (West Vancouver)
Secondary—
Hillside	
Sentinel 	
West Vancouver-
Elementary—
Caulfeild	
Cedardale	
Chartwell	
Cypress Park.	
Eagle Harbour-
Gleneagles	
Glenmore	
Hollyburn-
Irwin Park 	
Pauline Johnson..
Ridgeview	
West Bay 	
Westcot 	
Totals, District No. 45-
District No. 46 (Sechelt)
Secondary—
Elphinstone	
Pender Harbour-
Elementary—
Bowen Island	
Davis Bay	
Egmont...
Gibsons 	
Half moon Bay_
Langdale   	
Madeira Park-
Roberts Creek-
Sechelt 	
West Sechelt..
Totals, District No. 46..
379
451
219
348
355
55
253
341
104
426
247
447
199
75
580
349
503
87
471
485
425
531
192
253
12
194
218
116
184
170
28
126
169
56
220
125
247
97
43
302
206
248
48
250
248
210
265
108
135
12
185
233
103
164
185
27
127
172
48
206
122
200
102
32
278
143
255
39
221
237
215
266
84
118
22,088 | 11,325 | 10,763
1,066
559
999
521
1,561
802
488
248
247
143
259
144
160
96
147
69
473
247
472
246
424
185
459
237
340
170
397
205
450
222
488
267
767
129
13
45
15
523
19
154
187
150
398
45
2,445
507
478
759
240
104
115
64
78
226
226
239
222
170
192
228
221
8,430 I 4,361 I 4,069
415
63
11
26
5
284
8
81
93
71
218
18
1,293
352
66
2
19
10
239
11
73
94
79
180
27
1,152
35
47
23
56
55
35
57
23
55
31
40
56
80
41
41
41
60
46
57
67
28
28
45
60
29
51
54
29
42
38
43
46
56
49
78
39
34
46
58
51
54
61
26
23
| 1,536 | 1,580
31
27
54
54
52
45
24
30
28
44
47
28
26
30
21
49
41
40
44
32
30
37
56
41
22
37
34
19
55
51
3S
52
35
39
50
47
53
51
29
45
42
37
39
38
63
43
51
39
90
53
80
66
47
63
76
19
25
1,737
76
21
46
143
	
	
2
3
9
8
5
4
57
62
7
6
19
21
21
20
15
21
35
29
10
8
180
182
46
30
29
38
16
61
49
54
52
43
57
38
57
389 |  481 |  520 |  570
3
17
2
59
6
23
19
17
28
12
186
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 105
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
Special
TV
1
1  V
1
1
VI
VII
1
2
3
VIII
|-
X
XI
XII
49
55
75
67
57
71
77
80
8
	
..
_
	
33
34
25
41
_
38
47
48
56
7
_
..
8
57
66
56
72
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
33
32
45
42
62
57
38
46
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
57
66
84
58
~
28
42
32
25
80
55
47
73
78
22
	
	
	
	
	
38
12
73
~67
74
81
37
25
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
.
45
50
51
70
95
71
91
91
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
69
64
71
72
11
	
53
106
73
109
	
66
56
68
61
	
_
	
86
57
75
86
23
_
	
	
32
22
34
31
	
	
37
30
51
48
11
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
12
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
82
1,812
1,856 | 1,858
2,016
168
78 |  92 |  95
1,888
1,964
1,762
1,809
1,755
221
216
196
214
219
	
	
	
	
	
196
221
222
184
176
	
	
13
37
24
28
294
276
318
283
288
67
74
71
111
37
34
39
57
	
43
38
41
45
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
31
	
	
	
31
29
31
	
69
62
59
64
60
69
72
76
_
	
61
52
54
61
12
	
60
66
80
60
...
48
49
47
62
16
45
57
65
58
63
84
59
91
—
62
71
75
76
	
	
	
	
—
—
16
677
685 |  693
761
25
37 |  24 |  28
711
713
736
681
683
  |
13
16
179
168
148
145
98
..— |
	
	
	
	
	
37
31
27
24
10
1
3
1
	
	
11
	
	
	
	
	
.—.
2
2
	
 .	
9
69
63
50
78
	
	
	
	
	
	
23
24
21
23
......
	
	
30
27
19
30
_
_
26
23
23
25
_
  |
42
87
61
70
	
	
	
	
—
15
	
—	
	
	
	
	
—	
	
91
219
229
175
226
13
16 |	
1
216
199
175
169
108
 E 106
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total   I   Boys
Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
II III
District No. 47 (Powell River)
Secondary—Max Cameron	
Junior Secondary—Brooks_.
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Texada..
Elementary—
Blubber Bay  	
Cranberry Lake._ 	
J. P. Dallos	
Edgehill..
False Bay	
Gillies Bay  	
Gordon Park  -
Grief Point  _
Henderson	
J. C. Hill	
Kelly Creek	
Lund	
Stillwater	
James Thomson..
Toba	
Totals, District No. 47-
District No. 48 (Howe Sound)
Secondary—■
Howe Sound    	
Pemberton    	
Elementary-
Blackwater Creek-
Brackendale	
Britannia Beach	
Mamquam .	
Signal Hill 	
Squamish..
Stawamus-
Woodfibre..
Totals, District No. 48-
District No. 49 (Ocean Falls)l
Secondary—
Charleson..
Sir Alexander Mackenzie-
Elementary—■
Bella Coola  _
Nusatsum 	
Ocean Falls-
Owikeno	
Shearwater-
Totals, District No. 49_
District No. 50 (Queen Charlotte)
Elementary-Senior Secondary—George M. Dawson-
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Agnes L. Mathers  _	
Queen Charlotte	
Tasu	
Elementary—
Moresby-Sewell.
Port Clements	
Tahayghen	
Totals, District No. 50	
District No. 52 (Prince Rupert)
Secondary—Prince Rupert- 	
Junior Secondary—Booth Memorial	
858 |
898 j
200 |
57 |
272 |
492 j
244 |
18 '
78
367
333
255
283
136
35
89
335
10
438
476
104
32
137
261
120
11
42
163
174
130
143
72
21
47
177
5
,960
2,553
748
380
186
86
17
7
245
125
158
87
400
220
324
161
373
209
282
142
11
6
77
169
177
158
92
12
11
696
296
86
273
43
30
86
472
39
90
83
84
41
3
4
344
151
40
142
27
13
38
260 |
1,286
671
497
928
252
481
420
422
96
25
135
231
124
7
36
204
159
125
140
64
14
42
158
5
2,407
368
100
10
120
71
180
163
164
140
5
2,744 |    1,423  |    1,321
38
79
94
74
51
9
7
352
145
46
131
16
17
48
212
615
245
447
29
32
52
24
2
26
37
40
35
38
24
4
~26
1
33
62
29
4
22
34
43
28
32
26
5
58
3
27
19
43
25
32
42
	
8
4
18
39
19
21
46
60
33
34
44
34
30
33
6
40
10
	
27
21
10
18
11
9
3
3
1
1
54
52
52
39
9
10
19
31
5
5
4
2
11
18
47
54
39
95
120
I
27
38
53
32
5
49
34
28
42
31
4
31
320 |     341 |     379 |     374
5
33
16
43
31
44
37
2
188 |     198 |     231  |     211
25
16
12
1
54
13
26
3
15
79
144
i The school-year for Charleson Secondary and Ocean Falls Elementary was July 15 to March 31 in 1972/73.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 107
Primary
Special
Grade Inter
 ; j j mediate
IV   I    V    I   VI   I   VII    special
1    _ I       I
Occupational
Grade
vm i rx
x
XI
XII
12
30
28
58
26
1
48
49
32
39
29
6
54
1
34
36
44
22
59
59
34
34
1
3
40
~70
50
38
28
29
36
38
6
3
29
34
39
41
4
35
45
77
35
2
58
39
32
29
7
26
57
1
18 [  401 |  404 |  407
443
I —
 I
30
19
59
48
45
35
3
	
40
~~27
19
25
39
58
50
54
61
45
42
38
	
■ ■
31
20
52
49
56
25
4 |  239 |  251 |  247 |  233
14
_
.„
27
22
25
12
25
20
11
15
13
1
1
2
3
1
	
16
17
11
1
1
14
54
64
60
5
10
10
46
24
28
9
5
5
6
3
4
10
8
17
76
67
78
46
60
30
3
7
15
152 |  117 |  142"
123
22
11
14
22 |  22
11
14
21
13
22 |  21 |  13 | ~ 6
11
11
11
6 I   11 I   4 |
32
16
402
35
344
30
175
34
167
48
13
37
16
31
50
47
58
57
7
24
4
10
27
5
	
	
392
325
253
112
30
437 |  374 |  395
132
40
209 |  215 |  172
15
47
62
47
4
18
2
93 |  99 |  71
116
163
326
279
326 I  279
136
29
98
21
165 I  119
15
23
18
15
38 I  33
31 I  28
31 I  28
198
183
 E 108
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total   I   Boys
Girls
Kinder
Grade
garten
I
II
58
52
62
66
33
26
46
58
1
52
	
34
31
79
73
78
35
52
41
31
48
42
III
District No. 52 (Prince Rupert)—Continued
Elementary—
Conrad Street	
Kanata	
King Edward	
Oona River	
Port Edward	
Roosevelt Park-
Seal Cove	
Westview	
Totals, District No. 52	
District No. 54 (Smithers)
Secondary—
Houston	
Smithers	
Junior Secondary—Chandler Park	
Elementary—
Lake Kathlyn..
Muheim Memorial-
Quick-
Silverthorne._
Telkwa. 	
Walnut Park-
Totals, District No. 54_
District No. 55 (Burns Lake)
Secondary—Lakes District-
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Babine 	
Grassy Plains	
Elementary—
Burns Lake	
Francois Lake .	
McKenna-Decker Lake	
Ootsa Lake .	
Southbank	
Topley	
Totals, District No. 55..
District No. 56 (Vanderhoof)
Secondary—Nechako Valley	
Elementary-Junior Secondary-
Fort St. James _	
Fraser Lake—,	
Elementary—
Braeside 	
Carman Hill-
Evelyn Dickson-
Endako 	
Fort Fraser	
David Hoy	
Mapes..
Peter Pan	
Prairiedale	
Sinkut View„
Vanderhoof-
Totals, District No. 56_
District No. 57 (Prince George)
Senior Secondary.—Prince George	
Secondary—
McBride .	
Mackenzie-
Junior Secondary—
Blackburn Road-
Connaught-
524
275
346
190
451
232
9
7
307
172
619
323
364
186
374
193
274
141
350
161
398
209
124
70
508
288
29
15
515
274
226
107
339
177
416
247
203
470
49
122
39
19
138
216
136
124
245
27
58
16
11
76
,703
909
704
348
318
162
494
285
51
23
87
48
98
56
44
20
118
70
359
198
36
22
14
7
75
40
83
36
528
281
Duchess Park-
1,756
183
357
440
500
887
855
90
179
219
250
447
249
156
219
2
135
296
178
181
4,419 |   2,311  |    2,108
133
189
189
54
220
14
241
119
162
2,763 | 1,442 | 1,321
200
111
79
225
22
64
23
8
62
794
356
156
209
39
42
24
48
161
14
7
35
47
247
3,009 | 1,596 | 1,413
901
93
178
221
250
440
68
68
27
47
—
28
13
4
~~6
57
78
23
26
83
81
33
25
16
15
82
51
7
6
10
20
5
7
9
2
27
25
189 |  151
	
	
"~~34
~42
4
10
8
10
29
36
8
7
18
18
54
54
3
5
10
7
13
11
45
40
67
51
75
2
46
86
53
42
315 [  351 |  332 ]  422
21
6
73
27
84
210 |  195 |  204 |  211
37
21
61
8
14
6
8
21
176
49
9
14
33
8
14
78
10
17
19
48
|  226 |  240 |  299
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 109
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
TV 1 V
1
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII 1 IX
1
X
XI
XII
14
64
27
65
2
52
63
54
56
69
57
53
1
50
71
36
45
65
48
57
3
46
79
43
57
70
38
45
48
76
50
53
17
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
14
383 [  382 |  398 |  380
17 [  32 ]  16
	
392 |  325 |  279
198 |  183
14
34
64
5
53
29
30
28
99
1
55
37
125
7
53
25
138
78
32
14
5
15
4
5
5
4
48
153
68
156
48
84
65
51
159
45
107
14 | 215 |  220 |  210 |  248
14 |  20 |   9 |   9
201 |  224 |  197
210 |  152
4
	
36
13
69
7
18
6
20
28
15
61
11
21
9
21
20
17
48
10
19
6
9
23
26
84
20
15
10
13
12
4
109
24
30
96
15
28
75
6
22
66
41
4 |  169 |  166
129 |  168
10 |  13 |  12 |   4
163 |  139 |  103
66 |  41
::
—
31
7
76
38
8
14
7
21
68
7
14
12
95
41
10
18
~7i
15
65
4
5
16
85
79
49
10
9
3
22
7
12
81
53
40
14
10
15
103
9
9
7
15
9
9
9
143
75
62
125
59
65
110
43
74
172
127
54 |  284 |  270
279
235
40 |   9 |   9
9
280 |  249 |  227
172 |  127
_ ( __
	
	
"
.._
40
99
179
189
296
45
102
160
164
314
30
72
101
147
277
952
38
47
804
30
37
 E  110 EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 57 (Prince George)—Continued
Junior Secondary—Continued
Kellv Road
623
742
599
423
175
23
380
132
122
338
462
191
498
269
563
8
43
432
214
40
147
220
387
549
299
551
141
470
280
396
51
94
93
256
285
146
374
346
616
40
12
64
469
81
16
869
34
14
91
396
467
438
274
309
373
294
229
120
11
215
65
59
159
234
98
243
127
276
4
29
215
108
17
70
111
207
287
156
273
62
242
148
202
26
41
52
132
134
67
195
189
319
14
7
32
225
44
12
444
21
11
40
218
238
234
143
314
369
305
194
55
12
165
67
63
179
228
93
255
142
287
4
14
217
106
23
77
109
180
262
143
278
79
228
132
194
25
53
41
124
151
79
179
157
297
26
5
32
244
37
4
425
13
3
51
178
229
204
131
26
27
61
51
52
57
50
26
54
24
51
50
52
	
50
50
	
27
12
68
21
40
76
21
76
52
61
2
3
46
30
9
18
27
62
55
46
76
14
65
34
59
14
28
3
27
33
19
29
41
66
11
2
12
44
9
2
100
2-
5
16
49
54
69
48
46
64
12
51
56
34
66
40
51
1
8
44
40
5
21
37
32
68
42
73 '
24
66
34
43
3
25
23
36
47
15
39
52
79
6
2
9
46
13
2
97
6
5
17
50
57
60
40
42
56
18
57
45
28
89
39
71
1
4
50
34
9
20
46
37
73
47
72
13
58
37
79
11
27
19
43
48
19
42
34
92
5
1
15
57
17
3
129
4
4
15
54
62
72
44
Lakewood	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Elementary—•
Aurora Annex. .              . — —-  	
McLeod Lake   	
Peden Hill...                               	
Red Rock..               ..       ~          ...  - .	
Spruceland  	
Totals, District No. 57       	
19,366
9,821
9,545
681
1,683
1,687
1,842
District No. 59 (Peace River South)
718
787
537
489
351
230
452
365
388
274
248
170
107
214
353
399
263
241
181
123
238
	
39
19
58
48
30
64
34
31
34
Junior Secondary—
Elementary—
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 111
Primary
Special
Grade
IV
VI
VII
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
VIII
DC
XI
XII
23
10
16
24
12
43
72
~~23
65
69
27
65
33
53
1
7
56
27
9
37
31
48
81
42
75
14
55
42
45
11
14
20
41
44
14
51
69
70
9
5
11
59
13
4
118
7
58
81
76
48
31
61
12
41
64
30
87
42
97
2
6
61
31
3
14
26
'51
74
33
68
20
72
41
55
7
"io
47
42
23
49
51
101
6
2
4
79
16
2
125
18
44
53
55
48
45
60
~24
45
74
29
52
28
80
1
6
58
24
5
18
34
49
67
39
70
23
65
36
53
5
6
25
37
32
51
32
95
3
_ 13
66
13
3
126
7
10
58
51
55
46
86 | 1,851 | 1,812 | 1,719
12
—
	
46
49
42
32
67
59
82
46
43
54
44
95
12
39
50
22
63
35
89
9
66
28
19
19
56
74
34
67
33
51
30
62
12
37
34
23
59
43
62
68
122
7
33
47
51
1,595
84
89
33
90
36
14
14
16
44
63
32
65 |  68 |  68 [  36
14
16   24
226
256
246
38
214
248
196
35
167
221
157
46
1,569 | 1,478 | 1,218
1,037 |  871
245
240
86
296
179
80
53
199
118
72
345
51
320
34
 E 112
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total
I
Boys
Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
III
District No. 59 (Peace River South)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
Devereaux	
Elementary Correspondence-
Grandview	
Kelly Lake   	
McLeod	
Moberly Lake-
Parkhill 	
James Paul	
Pouce Coupe—
Rolla	
South Taylor-
Tate Creek	
Don Titus	
Tremblay	
Willowbrook..
Windrem	
Totals, District No. 59-
Dtstrict No. 60 (Peace River North)
Secondary—North Peace 	
Junior Secondary—
Bert Bowes  _
Dr. Kearney	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Clearview 	
Hudson Hope-
Mile 18	
Prespatou Valley-
Elementary—
Airport-
Ambrose	
Attachie	
Charlie Lake..
C. M. Finch-
Fort St. John Central..
Grandhaven	
Alwin Holland	
Montney..
Robert Ogilvie..
Osborn..
General George R. Pearkes..
Peejay Camp  	
Taylor	
Upper Pine	
Wonowon _	
Totals, District No. 60-
District No. 61 (Greater Victoria)
Senior Secondary-
Secondary—
Esquimalt-
-Mount Douglas-
Mount View-
Oak Bay	
Reynolds	
Victoria	
Junior Secondary—
Arbutus	
Cedar Hill	
Central	
Colquitz	
Dean Heights	
Highrock	
Lansdowne	
Oak Bay	
Shoreline	
S. J. Willis	
Elementary—
Bank Street	
Blanshard	
109
106
460
75
127
47
337
34
252
101
90
77
219
450
53
194
988
749
854
1,125
949
1,229
708
772
881
1,001
74
784
875
951
435
883
228
403
61
54
246
36
64
22
173
20
141
54
53
38
118
223
27
101
295
3,197 |
731
392
534
259
353
173
223
123
179
93
71
34
146
79
73
35
292
145
14
7
286
138
308
166
450
231
188
105
430
213
87
43
295
151
31
17
154
79
9
5
182
93
100
52
46
21
472
360
412
531
510
646
359
347
434
518
50
402
453
471
234
448
113
199
48
52
214
39
63
25
164
14
111
47
37
39
101
227
26
93
3,098
339
275
180
100
86
37
67
38
147
7
148
142
219
83
217
44
144
14
75
4
89
48
25
5,182 |    2,654 |    2,528
516
389
442
594
439
583
349
425
447
483
24
382
422
480
201
435
115
204
52
14
19
59
12
20
9
54
6
30
20
9
7
39
50
8
31
22
9
66
14
20
12
43
10
42
6
10
7
33
54
5
42
8 |  503 |  542
23
~ 6
24
12
31
3
37
47
55
27
35
13
35
3
25
2
25
13
6
15
7
12
16
40
2
31
42
41
36
70
9
61
4
46
~27
14
6
|  422 |  479
31
61
15
21
61
12
17
12
46
8
34
24
10
9
51
56
12
32
519
40
16
19
11
42
2
35
38
77
23
71
12
35
6
44
2
31
19
4
527
37
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 113
Primary
Special
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
rv
1*
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
|-
X
XI
XII
18
23
17
I
15
12
10
12
	
	
	
_._	
	
	
	
	
80
59
73
62
	
	
	
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9
13
5
10
	
	
	
	
	
	
22
14
42
10
28
11
21
16
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
 ■
 -
57
47
43
	
	
	
	
	
	
39
39
40
16
13
22
	
...
	
	
16
18
13
14
	
	
_
	
.- ..
17
31
72
15
65
65
13
9
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
75
78
14
8
6
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
—	
51
38
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
 ■
12
610
576
566
580
14
16 |  24 |   7
571
555
442
396
354
14
233
246
238
	
24
7
210
208
85
	
	
	
	
 .
	
	
189
164
	
	
28
26
37
30
24
	
	
32
35
35
_
28
29
20
	
	
10
11
9
4
	
_
7
1
	
	
18
22
19
15
	
	
	
17
	
	
—
	
17
17
	
34
51
49
45
	
	
...
	
2
1
3
1
	
	
	
	
. .
	
59
41
44
39
	
	
.	
49
48
42
42
_ _
	
16
72
51
62
61
15
33
20
26
23
	
74
55
60
65
12
21
12
8
_
_.
	
53
25
43
43
. .
_
_
	
	
i
1
5
7
4
	
	
	
	
	
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39
3
25
1
25
1
26
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
—
—
23
	
.
	
9
11
16
10
8
..__
	
	
	
	
8
8
8
6
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
..—
	
26
543
478 |  492
456
15
24 |   7 |  14
475
402
338
246
238
 - 1
30
496
462
	
	
.
108
366
275
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
95
400
359
	
	
	
175
489
461
	
	
	
	
	
	
232
195
168
195
159
	
	
—
	
	
	
	
120
604
505
256
246
206
  |
	
	
.	
. ...
258
274
240
  |
. ...
	
	
	
12
20
7
308
321
213
  |
	
	
	
	
	
19
13
14
372
361
222
  |
	
	
	
	
	
27
22
25
	
	
	
 ,
18
13
14
284
294
161
	
	
	
	
	
	
5
  .
319
288
263
	
	
..
	
	
	
.
	
364
357
230
	
	
	
	
	
159
137
139
	
	
	
	
27
17
10
15
280
291
243
■	
	
31
36
33
34
	
......
14
71
64
65
11
	
	
	
	
 E  114
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total      Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
III
District No. 61 (Greater Victoria)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
Blanshard Annex	
Braefoot  	
Burnside	
Campus View-
Cloverdale	
Craigfiower	
Doncaster	
Sir James Douglas..
Fairb urn	
Glanford 	
Gordon Head	
Hampton	
Hillcrest	
Frank Hobbs	
James Bay	
George Jay 	
Margaret Jenkins-
Lake Hill	
Lampson Street—
Macaulay..
McKenzie Avenue-
Marigold	
Monterey	
N orthridge	
Oaklands	
G. R. Pearkes Clinic-
Quadra-
Richmond	
RockheightS-
Solarium	
South Park-
Strawberry Vale_
Tillicum	
Tolmie	
Uplands	
Victor-
Victoria West-
View Royal	
Willows	
Totals, District No. 61..
District No. 62 (Sooke)
Senior Secondary—Belmont	
Secondary—Edward Milne	
Junior Secondary—
Boys Club	
Dunsmuir 	
Elizabeth Fisher-
Girls Club - 	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—John Stubbs Memorial-
Elementary—
David Cameron	
Colwood	
Dogwood	
Glenlake..
Happy Valley	
Hans Helgesen-
Jordan River—
Langford	
Metchosin	
Millstream	
John Muir	
Port Renfrew-
Sangster	
Saseenos	
Savory	
Sooke	
Wishart	
128
448
310
503
575
479
721
603
678
436
543
358
415
495
250
894
487
585
555
564
399
310
586
202
802
36
605
586
507
15
168
241
442
473
267
77
544
394
782
609
421
15
470
878
13
773
179
479
23
408
285
71
17
602
266
295
102
59
398
212
414
359
165
58
226
138
261
298
239
361
332
338
213
274
177
208
262
134
466
251
284
265
291
206
159
285
102
424
17
326
290
266
9
84
127
226
258
127
43
280
220
396
70
222
172
242
277
240
360
271
340
223
269
181
207
233
116
428
236
301
290
273
193
151
301
100
378
19
279
296
241
6
84
114
216
215
140
34
264
174
386
27
50
57
58
56
51
52
47
45
37
29
32
44
81
57
46
55
54
54
32
97
39
38
40
59
50
71
59
57
38
46
43
36
45
55
99
50
63
S3
57
34
32
62
30
87
54
66
54
59
70
49
26
30
51
41
51
49
20
	
63
42
39
41
35
59
63
52
76
66
107
56
70
44
55
53
56
104
53
67
67
79
50
33
67
22
80
73
70
55
34
43
52
30
~66
48
93
57
51
46
62
70
60
87
78
79
53
66
47
62
56
52
93
50
67
78
58
49
38
77
26
126
78
68
61
35
53
52
42
71
70
86
31,352 | 15,880 | 15,472
1,529 | 1,808 | 2,110 | 2,241
I
319
206
15
235
451
386
93
230
13
255
145
37
8
303
149
156
49
33
204
109
215
173
79
Totals, District No. 62..
7,513 | 3,863
290
215
235
427
13
387
86
249
10
153
140
34
9
299
117
139
53
26
194
103
199
186
86
91
31
32
134
62
	
73
92
20
26
41
53
36
36
28
35
11
13
3
3
92
63
29
29
38
26
17
18
9
10
44
65
25
27
32
35
23
38
28
30
84
22
47
38
48
15
3
86
34
38
20
8
59
29
39
34
30
3,650
549 j  599
634
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 115
Primary
Special
Grade
I I
rv  i   v   I  vi
VII
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
viii     rx
XI
XII
15
18
23
17
10
12
4
37
71
61
35
76
75
57
105
75
102
48
88
42
46
78
43
119
66
83
80
75
64
32
65
29
105
69
82
68
28
56
62
29
67
60
95
67
44
75
81
65
112
88
98
54
73
52
79
57
T05
52
78
94
82
66
45
89
28
97
~90
67
70
55
32
64
54
46
~79
55
120
184 I 2,367 | 2,520
23
38
85
55
47
40
19
4
76
28
45
16
6
43
35
54
41
21
80
31
66
50
43
13
2
82
31
42
31
11
65
32
34
31
32
64
52
57
79
47
104
80
89
52
77
43
50
85
108
71
79
74
70
69
38
89
35
95
75
100
62
54
31
56
54
49
77
59
144
73
31
65
59
39
2
90
39
40
9
50
31
40
46
24
85
48
84
91
60
110
98
94
88
78
50
58
89
126
88
102
99
88
67
38
83
..„ __
83
76
72
47
25
69
72
47
67
60
127
2,465 | 2,683
56
21
61
53
52
113
45
34
6
72
33
46
71
41
13
40
214
93
83
75
2,832 | 2,764
2,613
46
90
168
283
48
66 |  643 |  676 |  638 |  668
54
34
32
14
104
155
287
35
83
1
147
272
589   581
503
2,550 | 2,221
330
81
279
45
412
324
 E 116
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys      Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
in
District No. 63 (Saanich)
Senior Secondary—Claremont-
Junior Secondary—
Mount Newton	
North Saanich	
Royal Oak	
Elementary—
Beaver Lake	
Brentwood	
Cordova Bay	
Deep Cove...
Durrance Road-
Elk Lake .	
Keating.
Lochside	
McTavish _
Prospect Lake-
Royal Oak —
Saanichton	
Sansbury	
Sidney	
Totals, District No. 63-
District No. 64 (Gulf Islands)
Secondary—Gulf Islands— 	
Elementary—
Galiano Island	
Mayne Island	
Pender Island	
Saltspring..
Saturna Island-
Totals, District No. 64-
District No. 65 (Cowichan)
Senior Secondary—Cowichan..
Secondary—Chemainus	
Junior Secondary—
George Bonner	
Mount Prevost	
Quamichan	
Elementary—■
Alex Aitken  	
Alexander .	
Arcadian   	
Bayview	
Bench	
Chemainus..
Cobble Hill No. 1-
Cobble Hill No. 2_
Cowichan Station-
Crofton	
Crozier Road	
Drinkwater	
Duncan	
Gibbins Road-
Glenora	
Charles Hoey V.C..
Khowhemun	
Koksilah 	
Koksilah Annex	
Maple Bay	
Mill Bay-
Mount Brenton..
North Chemainus Primary-
Old Koksilah Annex	
Sahtlam Annex	
Shawnigan Lake	
Somenos	
Tansor _.
Westholme Annex..
877
454
533
551
121
318
428
225
98
63
396
235
170
121
196
149
243
649
473
243
255
287
46
172
236
105
49
38
179
131
87
70
104
78
125
330
319
145
33
16
30
16
35
17
394
187
10
2
821
882
439
394
664
565
107
456
16
46
317
300
53
81
138
222
44
217
474
94
39
66
213
224
30
174
238
197
101
26
54
110
271
201
27
418
227
193
344
298
53
214
9
24
167
165
21
41
73
120
26
109
246
43
25
40
102
132
18
80
126
120
52
14
24
65
135
110
13
404
211
278
264
75
146
192
120
49
25
217
104
83
51
92
71
118
319
5,827 | 3,008 | 2,819
174
17
14
18
207
383 |  438
464
212
201
320
267
54
242
7
22
150
135
32
40
65
102
18
108
228
51
14
26
111
92
12
94
112
77
49
12
30
45
136
91
14
55
55
50
37
114
33
33
42
53
58
21
49
51
27
32
25
30
12
16
40
28
22
26
17
28
27
77
34
29
30
16
20
44
27
24
27
24
22
32
81
311 |  380 |  410
4
2
1
4
4
5
32
49
1
	
42
15
44
39
41
12
26
10
28
25
16
~22
36
14
17
34
19
12
75
7
36
19
35
20
23
13
20
25
55
30
21
lo
16
11
17
38
21
Totals, District No. 65-
7,480 I    3,847 |    3,633
421 I  486
525
33
37
28
14
27
53
26
19
31
26
22
32
74
422
3
5
6
62
1
60 I  77
13
74
43
36
46
26
40
10
36
31
54
30
21
36
_.-
13
13
39
22
601
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 117
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
Special
TV
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
X
XI
XII
492
385
12
11
8
129
162
132
14
11
7
164
205
132
.	
	
	
	
25
18
8
169
144
187
	
	
31
32
31
27
	
10
46
37
27
33
11
	
	
	
	
... .
	
	
68
66
79
69
	
	
	
	
	
	
. -
	
34
24
42
37
	
..
	
	
	
	
9
19
16
12
	
	
—
	
	
	
	
55
52
47
55
.	
	
6
35
40
37
29
7
	
	
	
	
	
_	
	
31
29
19
26
	
	
—
	
	
	
	
29
38
35
27
	
	
..
16
22
21
18
	
	
	
	
	
....
	
45
36
38
33
	
	
„ „
	
	
	
	
	
	
81
77
71
74
	
	
—
	
	
	
	
	
16
480
472 |  463
440
18
51 |  40 |  23
462
511
451
492
385
8
2
2
56
67
68
54
62
10
5
4
5
	
	
	
1
8
7
56
3
3
54
5
7
55
3
3
53
	
	
	
	
	
	
■	
	
3
1
2
1
1
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
1
84
66 |  73
65
1
8 |   2 |   2
56
67
68
54
62
417
465
	
	
-
	
	
127
114
112
86
	
131
132
131
	
	
58
25
24
160
228
169
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
212
190
163
	
	
20
11
14
22
	
16
66
57
57
74
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
38
46
___
36
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
54
61
66
64
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
19
18
23
20
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
36
11
28
33
38
26
	
	
	
	
	
35
31
39
	
29
94
10
104
76
95
31
	
	
	
	
	
	
I-
::::::
11
30
23
43
~~io
37
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
—
20
"To
23
32
	
	
	
44
62
57
75
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
......
25
17
27
27
30
10
,
	
	
	
-
—
	
16
27
36
15
43
21
41
40
	
	
29
17
	
22
—
20
	
	
	
	
	
	
—
86
613
592 |  561
610
41
58 |  25
24
630
664
575
503
465
 E 118
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total
Boys
629
313
135
77
36
11
418
232
189
106
65
33
214
104
Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
ii      in
District No. 66 (Lake Cowichan)
Secondary—Lake Cowichan	
Elementary—
J. H. Boyd	
Caycuse..
Stanley Gordon—
A. B. Greenwell—
Honeymoon Bay..
Yount— 	
Totals, District No. 66-
District No. 68 (Nanaimo)
Senior Secondary—Nanaimo District	
Secondary—Ladysmith	
Junior Secondary-
John Barsby  	
Cedar	
Wellington _—.	
Woodlands 	
Elementary—
Bayview	
Brechin	
Chase River	
Christopher Robin-
Cilaire  	
Davis Road	
Departure Bay-
Diamond 	
Dufferin Crescent-
Extension	
Fairview 	
Forest Park	
Gabriola	
Georgia Avenue	
Pauline Haarer	
Hammond Bay	
Harewood	
Ladysmith Intermediate-
Ladysmith Primary	
Mount Benson	
Mountain View	
North Cedar	
North Oyster	
Park Avenue	
Pleasant Valley	
Princess Anne	
Princess Royal	
Quarterway..	
Quennell	
Rock City..
Rutherford	
Seaview	
South Wellington-
Waterloo — 	
Woodbank	
Totals, District No. 68_
District No. 69 (Qualicum)
Secondary—Qualicum Beach-
Junior Secondary—Parksville-
Elementary—
Bowser	
Errington	
French Creek	
Hilliers 	
Home Lake	
Little Qualicum Annex..
Nanoose	
Parksville	
Qualicum Beach-
316
58
25
186
83
32
110
38
44
~19
25
4
~50
9
24
32
6
41
16
30
1,686
876 |
1,606
818
518
265
844
423
344
171
543
268
949
498
194
88
389
202
247
127
32
17
385
198
116
55
331
174
67
34
475
236
14
10
624
328
369
194
94
45
123
66
111
62
61
27
258
138
323
153
230
119
275
141
105
64
226
120
190
86
275
141
110
59
184
83
147
76
205
112
250
118
512
255
93
51
255
133
105
59
38
19
158
79
810
101
37b
6,312
549
265
308
177
36
15
77
40
133
79
27
14
20
9
22
14
91
40
480
252
249
139
788
253
421
173
275
451
106
187
120
15
187
61
157
33
239
4
296
175
49
57
49
34
120
170
111
134
41
106
104
134
51
101
71
93
132
257
42
122
46
19
79
6,063
284
131
21
37
54
13
11
8
51
228
110
23
40
36
40
31
49
39
79
39
33
52
43
26
25
51
43
	
42
31
43
51
20
26
~35
44
13
12
46
39
11
7
40
42
6
6
63
75
42
34
10
12
46
44
18
20
11
13
~~50
~~67
28
19
18
14
20
26
17
26
25
28
14
20
41
34
54
14
23
23
~~65
57
19
15
22
33
10
13
5
4
23
23
30
7
54
10
26
112 |  125 |  127
724 |
47
37
—
	
7
20
15
11
22
5
13
7
7
7
25
53
	
31
34
51
27
~~47
23
42
46
2
84
45
11
28
7
46
20
61
34
11
28
21
39
15
34
32
19
78
18
21
12
7
25
|  872 |  968
9
14
15
13
55
34
Totals, District No. 69_
1,992 | 1,044 [
948
84 |  89 [  134 |  140
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 119
Pri
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
mary
Special
TV
1
1     V
1
VI
VII
1           2
1
3
VIII
|.
X
XI
XII
	
	
	
	
	
	
16
5
6
145
153
113
100
91
10
7
92
8
89
4
97
140
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
■	
	
	
	
	
II
9
34
14
29
7
25
27
	
	
	
	
	
	
II
10
142
140 |     133
167
  |       16 |        5 |         6
145
153
113
100
91
—
	
.	
	
	
17
11
15
6
~122
~~97
104
825
89
766
72
	
	
	
	
	
42
5
22
13
275
120
210
298
267
115
170
324
238
109
163
309
__
—
35
44
35
29
56
40
52
30
52
33
	
	
«
	
	
	
.	
	
■	
13
4
54
23
38
50
22
35
~~ 50
12
48
65
52
19
7
	
	
■	
	
	
	
	
	
13
46
58
103
88
	
	
	
	
	
	
II
 .
	
	
91
	
87
75
70
	
.	
	
■
	
	
	
54
18
46
10
51
20
58
13
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
_9
35
11
54
66
10
11
56
72
"" 8
36
70
66
81
5
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
_32
15
32
25
42
23
35
11
20
35
36
19
~35
22
35
33
37
19
49
14
20
33
38
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
9
11
41
21
27
61
34
~~31
38
81
24
87
63
24
102
56
12
	
	
	
	
	
•	
	
	
	
13
18
17
16
28
12
12
29
14
~61
27
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
10
23
6
19
6
26
19
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
59
1,004
1,003 |     997
1,021
43
64 |       46
21
1,025
973
923
914
838
	
	
	
	
	
20
16
15
109
76
71
88
87
93
159
123
	
10
12
22
12
11
10
5
13
30
30
■	
	
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.	
	
,	
.	
7
12
17
59
26
12
64
34
2
19
63
41
20
16
80
34
27
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
19
146
143
173
180
27
20 |       16
15
185
159
180
159
123
 E 120
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled'
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 70 (Alberni)
Secondary—
1,170
201
518
599
611
586
239
554
216
577
75
16
417
151
26
216
268
383
95
440
314
53
192
311
259
316
623
108
267
314
306
295
124
293
110
295
34
11
210
73
16
104
148
202
45
210
158
29
90
163
138
164
547
93
251
285
305
291
115
261
106
282
41
5
207
78
10
112
120
181
50
230
156
24
102
148
121
152
106
31
120
6
50
~112
42
19
33
18
62
23
36
24
79
8
2
51
14
3
23
39
43
14
32
45
16
18
43
44
30
65
30
56
26
67
19
5
39
13
4
26
35
44
17
31
41
10
20
28
43
45
81
35
64
20
79
10
5
44
16
5
44
47
54
17
44
37
14
17
37
38
41
Junior Secondary—
A. W. Neill       	
Elementary—
Fnhpf
nni
d  W  flray
C, T, Hilton
Pprifnrri
Wood
Totals, District Nn, 70
8,803
4,530
4,273
537
649
664
749
District No. 71 (Courtenay)
1,094
623
529
199
505
15
262
30
168
221
537
498
656
332
15
141
26
523
260
17
532
106
371
563
314
247
91
278
7
142
20
99
116
279
257
345
165
9
78
18
252
127
5
294
69
210
531
309
282
108
227
8
120
10
69
105
258
241
311
167
6
63
8
271
133
12
238
37
161
52
50
70
30
72
27
37
46
25
~~ 20
18
52
44
57
36
~16
5
44
24
7
34
12
32
32
~~23
24
62
64
87
23
6
19
3
47
31
10
52
11
41
35
~ 28
29
72
68
84
50
1
24
4
63
33
68
11
42
Junior Secondary—
Courtenay
Elementary—
Black Crpck
Comox Airport             _ 	
Courtenay           ...         — 	
Royston                                                     ....    —
Village Park                         ...
Totals, District No 71
7,660
3,985
3,675
384
426
535
612
District No. 72 (Campbell River)
787
953
295
80
201
378
483
147
37
93
409
470
148
43
108
19
4
22
14
18
5
24
Junior Secondary—
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E  121
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
Special
TV
h
VI
VII
1
2
3
VIII
l»
X
XI
XII
107
138
502
423
	
—
	
	
	
	
	
	
55
64
37
29
16
1
184
168
166
_
_
	
	
254
183
162
	
	
—
	
	
	
	
256
200
155
	
	
67
74
70
61
	
28
24
29
39
	
	
	
	
12
51
52
83
80
	
.
	
	
33
37
25
51
	
	
	
	
	
	
75
92
83
87
15
	
	
	
	
. .
—
14
4
36
9
9
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
7
66
62
62
7
23
6
30
35
55
15
4
33
28
3
29
16
1
31
19
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
.	
	
	
	
	
50
46
49
	
	
13
18
16
	
	
	
	
	
50
98
93
92
	
	
	
	
	
6
30
41
42
31
41
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
13
	
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28
28
29
33
	
	
	
	
	
	
_
	
45
45
35
45
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
40
25
28
23
	
	
.	
	
41
56
53
50
	
	
	
	
	
32
717
767 |  763
751
75
  |  107 |  138
749
615
520
531
439
_
10
20
18
504
542
239
197
187
	
	
	
	
	
153
201
175
	
	
	
.
	
	
	
	
67
71
61
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
174
180
151
	
	
	
	
	
1
3
	
	
	
2
6
2
1
30
41
28
55
46
	
	
	
	
	
.	
	
32
34
31
	
II
	
	
32
42
35
41
	
_
11
74
71
70
73
	
	
	
	
_
82
68
62
60
.
  |
13
87
77
91
84
6
	
	
	
...
12
40
5
29
42
3
25
45
54
	
—
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
28
	
	
	
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5
9
	
	
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61
82
77
77
	
	
	
	
,	
	
35
43
35
32
	
	
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-	
. —
	
	
—
...
	
	
	
60
75
70
119
17
	
	
.
	
12
22
13
25
	
	
	
	
	
	
49
49
50
62
	
	
	
	
66
644
670
662
674
26
10 |  20
18
635 |
655
576
505 |
542
  I
46
386
355
	
14
32
317
296
294
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
119
101
75
	
6
12
7
9
7
8
8
	
17
22
26
20
	
	
	
	
11
14
8
■	
	
 E 122
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total
Boys
Girls
Kindergarten
	
Grade
ii      ni
District No. 72 (Campbell River)-
Elementary—
Arbutus 	
-Continued
Campbellton-
Cedar 	
Cedar Annex..
Central 	
Discovery Passage-
Elm	
Evergreen	
Maple 	
Ocean Grove-
Pinecrest	
Quadra..
Rockland	
Stuart Island	
Surge Narrows-
Whaletown	
Willow Point	
Totals, District No. 72..
District No. 75 (Mission)
Second ary—Mission-
Junior Secondary—
Hatzic 	
Mission-
Elementary—
Bell Road-
Cedar Valley-
Deroche	
Dewdney	
Ferndale	
Hatzic	
Hatzic Prairie	
Lake Errock	
McConnell Creek-
Manson 	
Mission Central-
Nicomen Island-
Edwin S. Richards-
Silverdale	
Silverhill	
West Heights	
Windebank	
Totals, District No. 75_
District No. 76 (Agassiz)
Elementary-Senior Secondary—Agassiz...
Elementary—
Bear Creek	
Harrison Hot Springs	
Harrison River.. 	
Kent 	
McCaffrey  	
Totals, District No. 76-
District No. 77 (Summerland)
Secondary—Summerland	
Elementary—
MacDonald      _
Trout Creek-
Totals, District No. 77_
9
482
362
192
284
231
128
160
267
68
311
148
259
10
10
7
268
5
244
176
93
143
117
65
73
136
34
165
74
127
6
3
4
141
4
238
186
99
141
114
63
87
131
34
146
74
132
4
7
3
127
,512
2,744
746
366
277
130
452
241
56
23
172
94
37
17
185
92
102
53
165
86
46
21
20
7
42
25
118
57
486
267
37
21
162
74
107
48
24
11
484
239
183
100
2,768
380
147
211
33
78
18
93
49
79
25
13
17
61
219
16
88
59
13
245
83
899 | 1,972 j
484
253
7
4
67
36
33
21
302
163
56
33
1,927
949 |  510
231
3
31
12
139
23
439
603
550
183
1,336
314
299
90
703
289
251
93
633
49
53
19
57
"io
3fi
28
14
21
32
8
28
17
33
2
4
2
37
48
53
28
26
18
20
31
11
28
11
33
2
2
2
35
40
47
51
53
10
13
20
16
8
5
12
16
8
6
16
10
6
6
8
7
8
5
17
13
45
39
5
9
18
17
17
15
._
74
59
18
23
1
2
9
13
4
3
21
38
22
	
52 |  57 |
56
59
23
S2
67
22
89
62
65
37
29
15
26
38
38
25
39
1
2
38
317 |  405 |  380 |  444
11
18
11
21
9
13
6
5
8
15
38
4
29
12
9
76
29
191 |  288 |  261 |  314
1
13
7
56
77
78
27
105
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 123
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
Special
TV   1 V
1
VI
VII
1
2
3
VIII 1 IX
X
XI
XII
9
9
52
90
~~35
25
15
24
41
43
17
44
1
1
22
66
79
~~29
26
15
24
45
41
17
41
2
1
1
26
71
73
38
28
28
21
51
41
23
32
2
1
44
69
55
24
37
32
23
24
29
39
19
37
1
49
7
17
	
	
	
	
	
	
■	
	
18 |  433 |  447 |  486 |  467
24 |  14 |  32
46
454 |  419 |  385
386 |  355
~22
11
4
29
11
13
10
17
6
7
11
63
7
16
23
65
22
7
25
31
13
17
3
4
19
63
12
18
19
~64
30
5
29
~55
16
16
6
~~10
18
61
27
17
54
31
6
35
37
~29
13
25
62
26
19
39
30
42
24
9
8
141
193
136
218
280
235
231
33 |  304
325 |  345 |  321
42
24
9
8
334
354 |  280
235
231
	
6
4
62
1
15
9
58
30
2
11
6
49
81
	
	
	
96
87
74
58
58
  |  72
83 |  98 |  81
  1   1   1
96 |  87 |  74
58 |  58
72
23
68
36
103
28
103
24
I
6
5
5
111
119
129
1
111 1  117
1
95
104
131
127
	
6
5
5
111
119
129
111 I  117
 E 124
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total      Boys      Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
III
District No. 80 (Kitimat)
Secondary—Mount Elizabeth	
Elementary—■
Alexander	
Cormorant-
Kildala	
Nechako	
Whitesail	
Totals, District No. 80	
District No. 81 (Fort Nelson)
Secondary—Fort Nelson	
Elementary—
R. L. Angus..
Camp Mile 392-
Camp Mile 456_
G. W. Carlson-
Fireside	
Mile 233	
Totals, District No. 81-
District No. 84 (Vancouver Island West)
Secondary—Gold River	
Elementary-Senior Secondary—Captain John Meares-
Elementary—
Gold River . ,	
Kendrick Arm_
Kyuquot- _
Tahsis River	
Zeballos	
Totals, District No. 84_
District No. 85 (Vancouver Island North)
Elementary-Senior Secondary—North Island	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Alert Bay-
Port Hardy-
San Josef—
Sea View—
Woss Lake-
Elementary—
Coal Harbour-
Echo Bay	
A. J. Elliott	
Fort Rupert...
Kokish	
Mahatta River	
Port McNeill	
Quatsino..
San Josef Annex-
Robert Scott	
Wakeman Sound-
Winter Harbour-
Totals, District No. 85-
District No. 86 (Creston-Kaslo)
Secondary—Prince Charles—
Elementary-Senior Secondary-
Crawford Bay	
Kaslo	
Elementary—
Canyon 	
Creston	
Erickson..
Jewett	
Lister	
South Creston-
Wynndel	
Yahk	
Totals, District No. 86-
1,266
344
245
705
599
439
682
175
134
362
297
232
262
133
424
215
9
2
26
14
339
176
10
7
6
5
076
552
143
84
108
69
354
184
12
6
29
13
204
105
43
20
344
166
433
222
256
123
237
140
342
189
166
83
27
11
22
10
85
34
125
66
44
18
23
12
228
118
4
1
78
44
525
275
12
7
25
14
2,976 I 1,533
961
478
173
93
306
162
100
63
705
363
154
76
64
30
70
42
159
86
100
51
43
21
2,835 | 1,465
584
169
111
343
302
207
3,598 | 1,882 | 1,716
129
209
7
12
163
3
1
524
59
39
170
6
16
99
23
893 |  481 |  412
178
211
133
97
153
83
16
12
51
59
26
11
110
3
34
250
5
11
1,443
483
144
37
342
78
34
28
73
49
22
30
100
84
52
51
29
102
85
63
266
284
330
84
84
37
31
50
4
43
2
1
52
1
3
58
2
100 |  116
42
46
1
._
9
7
28
31
11
9
68
91
93
33
45
30
31
21
	
	
18
34
37
33
	
22
19
10
7
	
	
4
	
5
10
26
24
	
11
10
	
4
2
28
30
1
32
29
27
19
88
39
35
4
1
3
6
210
300
87
21
15
11
59
19
27
12
4
18
22
13
63
26
10
12
34
12
4
1,370
87 |  184 |  214
55
37
95
76
56
319
40
2
5
54
2
1
104
47
2
3
32
4
48
48
26
24
10
2
17
18
12
5
34
59
1
5
268 |  309
11
32
19
61
26
8
12
29
19
12
229
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 125
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
Special
IV
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
—
24
18
11
295
278
239
204
197
66
45
47
43
....
28
33
39
24
	
	
	
64
78
86
93
	
	
	
	
65
72
78
62
	
	
	
_
6
64
48
52
40
	
	
	
	
	
.	
	
	
	
6
287
276 |  302
262
- |  24 |  18 |  11
295
278
239
204
197
	
77
79
48
37
21
55
51
50
42
2
2
	
2
	
	
	
	
.	
	
—
3
3
4
4
	
	
	
	
	
45
43
53
43
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
—
1
1
2
	
	
	
	
 —
	
=
—
1
1
2
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
106
100 |  109
95
—.. | ...  | _  | 	
77
79
48
37
21
44
30
38
20
11
—
	
	
	
19
	
	
24
24
15
17
9
10
57
2
3
28
3
3
48
4
1
39
	
	
	
	
	
■	
	
3
.. .
27
27
28
	
	
	
_.
	
—
4
7
5
3
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
10
93
68 |  86
64
	
	
 | 	
68
54
53
37
20
-..
23
	
.....
65
34
47
108
67
13
40
34
59
38
4
6
2
31
37
13
	
	
	
	
20
	
	
71
69
44
	
	
	
34
31
34
22
	
	
	
22
18
10
	
39
36
30
34
	
	
	
29
24
20
	
17
14
23
11
	
	
	
17
9
10
	
	
	
.
	
	
	
	
	
5
4
2
5
	
	
	
__
	
	
	
8
32
11
25
16
18
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
11
4
2
2
4
	
	
	
	
■	
	
	
	
	
 -
39
35
33
1
2
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
80
2
3
73
1
4
75
76
3
1
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
3
	
	
	
	
	
13
314
270 |  278
237
	
24 |   6 |   2
235
191
144
108
67
14
6
2
227
242
183
155
132
17
10
18
13
19
13
15
10
8
24
27
24
27
	
	
	
34
29
30
25
17
14
16
10
17
12
66
74
85
180
18
	
	
	
	
28
21
34
	
	
	
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.	
	
10
7
10
11
 ■
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
11
44
18
15
25
21
12
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
■	
	
18
4
9
10
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
12
236
225
221
248
18
14 |   6
2
280
284
228
190
157
 E 126
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.6    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
II     i    III
District No. 87 (Stikine)
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Atlin  .	
Cassiar 	
Elementary'—■
Dease Lake   	
Good Hope Lake-
Lower Post 	
Telegraph Creek-
Totals, District No. 87-
District No. 88 (Skeena-Cassiar)
Secondary—
Caledonia-  —
Hazelton 	
Stewart	
Junior Secondary—Skeena	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Nass	
Elementary—
Copper Mountain 	
John Field. - 	
Graham 	
Cassie Hall  —
E. T. Kenney —   	
Kiti-KShan	
Kitwanga     	
Clarence Michiel	
New Hazelton	
Parkside 	
South Hazelton	
Stewart    	
Thornhill      	
Thornhill Primary	
Two Mile 	
Uplands..—   —
Totals, District No. 88	
District No. 89 (Shuswap)
Senior Secondary—Salmon Arm	
Junior Secondary—
J. L. Jackson	
Shuswap  	
Elementary-Junior Secondary-
Eagle River	
Enderby 	
North Shuswap	
Elementary—
Ashton Creek	
Bastion  	
M. V. Beattie	
Carlin   	
Centennial	
Falkland 	
Grandview Bench	
Grindrod	
Kingfisher 	
Malakwa  	
Mara   	
Mount Ida	
North Broadview	
North Canoe	
Parkview   -—
Salmon Arm 	
Salmon Arm West	
Silver Creek	
Sorrento 	
South Broadview  —
South Canoe	
Totals, District No. 89	
64
223
25
21
33
66
34
113
17
11
18
37
432
230
608
308
334
166
124
70
949
471
42
19
229
116
224
125
21
12
281
138
367
193
295
144
62
34
616
303
87
42
190
101
80
35
335
184
469
234
281
132
39
23
341
184
692
527
392
407
310
164
46
289
334
194
19
156
16
119
16
97
27
44
53
154
134
473
209
60
155
246
220
5,553
325
284
209
222
173
95
26
160
158
98
9
84
6
62
7
46
12
19
28
85
74
250
83
35
78
116
119
2,863
30
110
8
10
15
29
202
300
168
54
478
23
113
99
9
143
174
151
28
313
45
89
45
151
235
149
16
157
5,974 | 3,034 | 2,940
367
243
183
185
137
69
20
129
176
96
10
72
10
57
9
51
15
25
25
69
60
223
126
25
77
130
101
24
13
63
61
24
61
10
20
5
3
7
9
2,690
209
	
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32
34
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24
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21
4
7
16
23
2
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16
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22
8
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22
21
40
36
40
49
11
11
20
16
29
30
19
20
360
389
8
20
5
3
4
37
41
54
48
	
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5
9
29
51
33
32
19
24
19
85
79
91
97
63
81
81
70
7
11
9
17
14
15
46
54
33
57
	
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17
7
46
44
40
41
	
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97
88
96
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12
5
9
43
47
40
37
412 |  496 [  508 |  530
—    18
20
9
31
43
24
21
5
18
4
14
11
21
34
60
34
16
19
34
36
472
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
E 127
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
|     V     J   VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
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XI
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10
5
9
6
6
3
2
22
21
23
19
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2
3
2
	
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7
1
2
6
2
5
	
	
	
	
	
	
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6
8
8
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37 |       51
39
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13
11
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144
255
209
	
15
11
	
101
82
66
36
23
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
44
30
24
16
10
	
	
	
	
11
18
4
397
377
142
	
2
5
6
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30
29
22
16
10
20
31
23
40
11
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77
62
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10
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148
139
170
15
	
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15
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20
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52
31
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75
85
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5
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30
54
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471
495 |     463
484
43
26 |       29 |        4
543
490
376
307
242
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1
1
361
331
	
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21
14
4
176
173
139
	
	
	
	
	
155
134
103
	
	
47
58
59
49
73
45
58
	
79
80
83
68
	
20
17
22
18
	
	
	
	
23
17
	
	
	
11
7
	
	
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52
39
35
61
32
26
51
29
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19
32
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
22
29
17
29
	
	
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8
24
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
4
5
	
	
	
	
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13
12
16
15
10
	
	
	
	
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13
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16
27
31
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
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70
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60
62
I
	
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18
31
36
4
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30
35
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516
484
505
532
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21
14
4
507
452
368
361
331
 E 128 EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 1.7    RECAPITULATION OF NET ENROLMENT,1 1972/73,
Grade
Elementary
Elementary-
Junior Secondary
Elementary-
Senior Secondary
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
■x"IT
	
152
223
249
241
304
170
218
223
240
266
322
XT
	
	
493
811
957
20
50
80
441
V
416
748
876
14
19
54
909
1,559
1,833
34
69
134
472
IX -	
481
VIII
	
570
	
4
5
4
...
6
11
	
2,411
2,127
4,538
1,178
1,123
2,301
	
2,017
22,392
22,263
22,307
22,450
1,991
21,857
19,964
19,222
12,165
1,049
21,466
21,398
21,374
21,456
1,132
20,790
18,868
17,831
11,678
3,066
43,858
43,661
43,681
43,906
3,123
42,647
38,832
37,053
23,843
30
704
590
487
458
6
446
379
345
150
15
643
508
429
440
7
376
372
312
168
45
1,347
1,098
916
898
13
822
751
657
318
3
273
116
58
44
39
48
35
33
"228
99
35
39
41
39
40
23
3
VII
501
VI
215
V
93
83
III
80
TT
87
T
75
56
Suhtntats
166,628
157,042
323,670
3,595
3,270
6,865
649
544
1,193
Totals
166,628
157,042
323,670
6,006
5,397
11,403
1,827
1,667
3,494
i Net enrolment is the total number of students on the register on the first day of scheol, plus new arrivals
2 Vocational school, district and regional college, correspondence, adult and night school enrolments are not
 STATISTICAL TABLES
BY TYPE OF SCHOOL, GRADE, AND SEX OF PUPILS
E 129
Junior Secondary
Secondary
Senior Secondary
Totals, 2 Public Schools
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
10,936
12,443
9,527
7,781
7,890
454
633
556
10,732
12,193
9,683
7,750
7,654
256
275
299
21,668
24,636
19,210
15,531
15,544
710
908
855
5,499
5,861
9
86
15
7
5,474
5,886
21
10,973
11,747
30
123
20
10
16,587
18,528
20,018
22,098
23,167
876
1,320
1,463
16,376
18,297
20,148
21,821
22,371
488
577
745
32,963
1
9,740
13,265
9,805
13,083
13,575
181
278
383
1
19,545
26,348
27,591
497
896
1,198
36,825
40,166
43,919
14,016
316
618
815
~37
5
3
45,538
1,364
1,897
2,208
38,771
37,305 | 76,076
50,220
48,842 | 99,062
11,477 | 11,426 | 22,903
104,057 | 100,823 | 204,880
25
15
40
283
175
458
	
2,358
23,369
22,969
22,852
22,952
1,997
22,342
20,391
19,602
12,348
1,254
22,337
22,005
21,838
21,935
1,139
21,207
19,279
18,183
11,869
3,612
	
45,706
	
 	
44,974
	
	
	
	
44,690
	
44,887
	
3,136
	
43,549
	
	
39,670
	
	
	
37,785
	
24,217
25 |         15 |         40
283
175 |      458
|     	
171,180 | 161,046 | 332,226
38,796
37,320 1 76,116
50,503
49,017
99,520
11,477
11,426
22,903
275,237
261,869
537,106
during the school-year, minus those who transfer to another British Columbia public school or class,
included.
  STATISTICAL TABLES E 131
TEACHERS
Tables Page
2.1 Distribution of Full-time Equivalent Professional Staff and Pupil/Teacher
Ratios by Type of School  132
2.2 Teachers'  Certificates  133
2.3 Teachers and Principals With and Without University Degrees  134
2.4 Highest Degree by Faculty and Level (Teachers, Principals, Administra
tive and Supervisory Staff)  134
2.5 New Inquiries, First Certificates, Proportions of Full-time Teaching Force 135
2.6 British Columbia Public School Full-time Teacher Flow, September 1971
to September 1972  136
2.7 Changes in Staff During the School-year From June 30 to June 30  137
2.8 Sources of Teachers Beginning in British Columbia, September 1972
(Those With Less Than One Year of British Columbia Experience)  137
2.9 Numbers of Trainees Completing Certification Programmes at British
Columbia Universities in 1971/72 and Teaching/Not Teaching in
September 1972  138
2.10 Certificates Issued During the 1972/73 School-year (July 1, 1972, to
June 30,  1973)  138
2.11 Number of Full-time Teachers by Type of Certificate and Average Years
of British Columbia Experience  139
2.12 Certificates and Degrees of Full-time Teachers, Principals, and Super
visors, September 1971 and September 1972  139
2.13 Certification of British Columbia Teachers According to Origin (Source
of First Certificate) September 1971 to September 1972  140
Teachers' Salaries by Type of School:
2.14 Supervising Principals (Principals Not EmoUing a Division)  141
2.15 Full-time Teachers and Teaching Principals  142
2.16 Part-time Teachers  143
2.17 District-employed Instructional Staft  144
2.18 Full-time Equivalent District-employed Instructional Staff (Not Assigned
to Specific Schools)  145
AUDIO-VISUAL SERVICES
2.19 School Broadcasts  145
2.20 (1) Distribution Services  145
(2) Distribution Services—Circulation Report  146
 E 132
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 2.1 DISTRIBUTION OF FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT PROFESSIONAL STAFF AND PUPIL/TEACHER RATIOS* BY TYPE OF
SCHOOL.
The number of teachers employed in the different types of schools and the
average number of pupils per teacher are shown in the following table. The net
pupil/teacher ratio remained almost exactly the same from June 1972 (22.88
pupils per teacher) to June 1973 (22.86 pupils per teacher). Schools enrolling
secondary grades had slightly higher ratios than last year, but schools enrolling
elementary grades had slightly lower ratios.
Number
of
Schools
Supervising
Principals
Instructional Staff
Total
Professional
Staff
Average Number of Pupils
per F.T.E. Staff Member
Type of School
Enrolling
Divisions
Special
Staff
Total
Instructors
Enrolling a
Division
Instructing
On Total
Staff
Senior secondary.-	
Secondary	
Junior secondary
Elementary-senior
secondary	
Elementary-junior
23
117
115
12
48
1,214
22
117
111
10
28
516
804
755.5
3,399.7
2,582.7
133.6
418.2
10,512.9
295.5
1,271.8
1,006.1
32.1
77.6
1,069.2
230.5
3,982.8
1,051.0
4,671.5
3,588.8
165.7
495.8
11,582.1
230.5
21,785.4
1,073.0
4,788.5
3,699.8
175.7
523.8
12,098.1
230.5
22,589.4
377.4
30.32
29.27
29.47
25.94
26.89
29.65
29.49
21.79
21.30
21.21
20.92
22.68
26.92
24.10
21.34
20.78
20.57
19.73
21.47
Elementary	
District-wide
25.77
Total instructional
staff.	
17,802.6
23.24
District-wide
supervisors	
Totals
1,529
804
17,802.6
3,982.8
21,785.4
22,966.8
29.49
24.10
22.86
* Obtained by dividing the June F.T.E. net enrolment (each Kindergarten student counted as 0.5) by the
June F.T.E. teachers.
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TABLE 2.3    TEACHERS AND PRINCIPALS WITH AND WITHOUT
UNIVERSITY DEGREES (JUNE 1973)
Highest Degree
No Degree
Total Teachers
Type of School
Bachelors
Masters or
Doctorates
Per Cent of
Teachers
in School
Type
Number
Per Cent of
Teachers
in School
Type
Number
Per Cent
of All
Teachers
Senior secondary     	
775
3,480
2,776
117
313
5,356
120
186
707
334
13
17
377
17
89.1
87.0
83.6
72.6
61.5
46.2
54.6
117
623
612
49
207
6,675
114
10.9
13.0
16.4
27.4
38.5
53.8
45.4
1,078
4,810
3,722
179
537
12,408
251
4.7
20.9
16.2
Elementary-senior secondary
Elementary-junior secondary
0.8
2.3
54.0
District-wide instructors!	
1.1
Total instructional staffs	
12,937
1,651
63.5
8,397
36.5
22,985
100.0
District-wide supervisory
staff
211
145
93.7
24
6.3
380
(100.0)
Total staff    _
13,148
1,796
64.0
8,421
36.0
23,365
(100.0)
i Excludes any district-wide personnel who were also reported as part-time school personnel.
2 Part-time teachers and 15 exchange teachers are included.
TABLE 2.4 HIGHEST DEGREE BY FACULTY AND LEVEL (TEACHERS,
PRINCIPALS, ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPERVISORY STAFF),
JUNE 1973.
Faculty
Bachelors
Masters
Doctorates
Totals
P&Ti
A&S2
P&T
A&S
P&T
A&S
P&T
A&S
Combined
Education 	
6,660
3,938
1,204
316
282
140
92
86
24
1
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9
12
8
26
201
85
15
8
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11
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513
118
19
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14
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14
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4
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47
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3
1
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2
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7,571
4,451
1,325
335
285
144
106
94
38
17
23
13
14
8
27
297
132
20
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14
5
1
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7,868
4,583
i
3
5
1,345
Physical Education	
Home Economics  	
Commerce and Business Administration	
343
286
149
120
Agriculture    	
99
39
25
23
Social Work..                     . .
15
14
Pharmacy   	
Other   ...                       - -
8
27
Totals    ..
12,817
331
1,610
152
24
10
14,451
493
14,9443
i P & T=Principals and teachers attached to specific schools.
2 A & S=School district administrative, supervisory, and instructional personnel (excluding any reported
part time in a specific school).
3 Includes one degree among 15 exchange teachers.
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TABLE 2.7    CHANGES IN STAFF* DURING THE SCHOOL-YEAR
AND FROM JUNE 30 TO JUNE 30
Sept.
1971
June
1972
Changes
Sept.-June
Sept.
1972
June
1973
Changes
Sept-June
Changes
June-June
Number
Per
Cent
Number
Per
Cent
Number
Per
Cent
FuU time	
22,590.0
498.0
242.0
22,564.0
660.0
327.1
26.0
162.0
85.1
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32.5
35.2
22,123.0
683.0
335.1
22,569.0
798.0
397.8
446.0
115.0
62.7
2.0
16.8
15.8
5.0
138.0
70.7
0.0
20.9
Part-time F.T.E.s2—
21.6
Total staff	
23,088.0 |23,224.0 | 136.0
0.6
22,806.0 | 23,367.0 |    561.0
2.4
143.0
0.6
Total F.T.E.s2__
22,832.0
22,891.1
59.1
0.3
22,458.1
22,966.8
508.7
2.2
75.7
0.3
i Includes district-wide as well as school-attached professional staff.
2 F.T.E.s=full-time-equivalent teachers.
TABLE 2.8 SOURCES OF TEACHERS1 BEGINNING IN BRITISH COLUMBIA SEPTEMBER 1972 (THOSE WITH LESS THAN ONE YEAR
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPERIENCE).
Elementary Beginners
Secondary Beginners
Location of Partial
Teacher-training
Institution
Number
Per Cent
of Elementary
Beginners
Per Cent
of All
Beginners
Number
Per Cent
of Secondary
Beginners
Per Cent
of All
Beginners
Total
British Columbia—
UBC	
TTVic
341
182
178
15
7
53.4
21.5
21.0
1.8
0.8
23.3
12.4
12.2
1.0
0.5
297
89
110
7
5
48.0
14.4
17.8
1.1
0.8
20.3
6.1
7.5
0.5
0.3
638
271
SFU
288
NDU  	
British   Columbia   Normal
22
12
Total, British Columbia	
723
85.5
49.4
508
82.1
34.7
1,231
13
10
3
12
5
5
1.5
1.2
0.4
1.4
0.6
0.6
0.9
0.7
0.2
0.8
0.3
0.3
19
5
2
15
3
5
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0.8
0.3
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0.5
0.8
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0.3
0.1
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0.2
0.3
32
15
5
27
8
10
48
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66
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3
7
1
Other North America	
1
Total, non-Canadian	
55
6.5
3.8
52
8.4
3.5
107
20
2.4
1.4
10
1.6
0.7
30
846
100.0
57.7
619
100.0
42.3
1,465
i Includes school-attached and district-wide full-time public school teachers.
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TABLE 2.11 NUMBER OF FULL-TIME TEACHERS BY TYPE OF
CERTIFICATE AND AVERAGE YEARS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPERIENCE.
Certificate
Professional
Standard
Teaching
Licence1
Elementary C
Letter of
Permission
Total2
15,262
9.2
4,361
6.5
2,302
10.4
35
13.2
132
4.3
22,123
Average years of British Columbia ex
8.8
i Including Elementary B Certificates, both Interim and Permanent.
2 Including 31 Vocational Certificates.
TABLE 2.12 CERTIFICATES AND DEGREES OF FULL-TIME TEACHERS, PRINCIPALS, AND SUPERVISORS, SEPTEMBER 1971 AND
SEPTEMBER 1972.
September 1971
Number
Percentage
of Total
Full-time
Teachers
September 1972
Number
Percentage
of Total
Full-time
Teachers
Changes in Qualifications
of Staff, Sept.-Sept.
Number
Per Cent
Certificate—
Professional1	
Standards	
Teaching licence3	
Elementary C	
Vocational Instructors
Letter of Permission	
Totals	
Degree—
Doctorate	
Master's	
Bachelor's 	
None   	
Totals _
14,729
4,557
3,065
59
12
169
65.2
20.2
13.6
0.3
0.1
0.7
15,262
4,361
2,302
35
31
132
22,591      |
100.0
22,123
1
32
0.1
33
1,647
7.3
1,687
11,989      1
53.1
12,077
8,923      |
39.5
8,326
22,591
100.0
22,123
69.0
19.7
10.4
0.2
0.1
0.6
100.0
0.1
7.6
54.6
37.6
100.0
533
—196
—763
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19
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3.6
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158.3
—21.9
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1
40
-468
3.1
2.4
0.7
-6.7
-2.1
1 Including Professional Advanced, Professional Basic, Professional C.
2 Including Elementary A.
3 Including Elementary B.
 E 140                                        EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE   2.13    CERTIFICATION   OF  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  TEACHERS
ACCORDING   TO   ORIGIN   (SOURCE   OF   FIRST
CERTIFICATE)
SEPTEMBER 1971 AND SEPTEMBER 1972.
Current
British Columbia
Certificate
First Teaching Certificate Received From
Totals
British Columbia
Other
Canadian
Provinces
Other
Countries
Not
Reported
Sept.'71
Sept.'72
Sept.'71
Sept.'72
Sept.'71
Sept.'72
Sept.'71
Sept.'72
Sept.'71
Sept.'72
Professional1
N                             	
11,101
11,715
1,949
1,892
1,531
1,616
148
39
14,729
15,262
A	
68.5
75.4
49.1
71.9
76.8
53.0
58.7
13.2
8.6
59.3
12.4
8.6
58.2
10.4
6.8
64.2
10.6
7.3
47.9
1.0
0.7
34.2
0.3
0.2
100.0
65.2
100.0
69.0
B
C
Standard^
N              -   -
3,256
3,143
19.3
593
603
662
590
46
25
4,557
4,361
A
20.1
17.3
18.9
25.2
23.4
14.9
21.9
B       _     -         	
71.5
72.1
13.0
13.8
14.5
13.5
1.0
0.6
100.0
100.0
C                -  .
14.4
14.2
2.6
2.7
2.9
2.7
0.2
0.1
20.2
19.7
Teaching Licence^
N
1,756
1,340
864
665
407
282
38
15
3,065
2,302
A _. ...
10.8
8.2
25.1
20.9
15.5
11.2
12.3
13.2
B .
57.3
58.2
28.2
28.9
13.3
12.3
1.2
0.7
100.0
100.0
C	
7.8
6.1
3.8
3.0
1.8
1.3
0.2
0.1
13.6
10.4
Elementary C
N
40
23
11
8
5
3
3
1
59
35
A
0.2
0.1
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.1
1.0
0.9
B	
67.8
65.7
18.6
22.9
8.5
8.6
5.1
2.9
100.0
100.0
C                  	
0.2
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.3
0.2
Letter of Permission
N
51
0.3
30.2
51
0.3
38.6
19
0.6
11.2
21
0.7
15.9
26
1.0
15.4
26
1.0
19.7
73
23.6
43.2
34
29.8
25.8
169
100.0
132
ibo.6
A
B
C.	
Total
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.7
0.6
N       	
16,215
16,301
3,436
3,189
2,631
2,519
309
114
22,591*
22,1235
A_
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
B
C             	
71.8
73.7
15.2
14.4
11.6
11.4
1.4
0.5
100.0
100.0
N:=Number of full-time teachers from that jurisdiction who hold the t
ype of o
certificate shown expressed
as a percentage of:
A—Total teachers from that jurisdiction holding all types of certificates
B—Total teachers from all jurisdictions holding that type of certificate.
C—Total teachers from all jurisdictions holding all types of certificate
s.
1 Including Professional Advanced, Professional Basic, and Professional C (
rertificate
s.
2 Including Elementary A Certificates.
3 Including Elementary B Certificates.
4 Including 12 Vocational Instructor's Certificates.
5 Including 31 Vocational Instructor's Certificates.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
E 141
TEACHERS' SALARIES BY TYPE OF SCHOOL1
Table 2.14    Supervising Principals (Principals Not Enrolling
a Division)
Salary
Elementary
Elem.-
Junior
Sec.
Elem.-
Senior
Sec.
Junior
Sec.
Secondary
Senior
Sec.
Total
Cumulative
per Cent
$
28,250-28,749	
2
13
6
78
40
31
49
39
48
31
47
33
15
21
16
8
17
3
7
6
1
2
2
1
1
4
1
3
3
2
3
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1
3
2
1
1
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1
2
2
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1
1
1
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2
4
7
8
7
19
7
15
16
10
7
3
3
1
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7
4
4
8
9
6
5
6
6
7
8
5
8
10
3
6
3
2
3
3
1
2
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1
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2
2
2
2
5
2
1
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8
4
6
10
12
12
14
18
15
45
23
99
65
57
62
51
57
37
55
37
21
25
19
11
18
3
7
6
1
2
3
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100.0
77,7<;0-7.8,749
99.0
27,250-27,749   -
98.5
26,750-27,249	
97.8
76,7 S0-7A, 749
96.5
7S,7S0-7fi,74q
95.0
25,250-25,749
93.5
74,750-7.5,7.49
91.8
24,250-24,749	
89.6
23,750-24,249
87.7
7V™-73,740
82.1
77,750-7.3,749
79.2
77,7<;n_?7,749
66.9
71,7<i 0-77,749
58.8
7.1,7*0-7.1,740
51.7
70,750-21,749
44.0
20,250-20,749   	
37.7
19,750-20,249
30.6
10,7.50-19,740
26.0
18,750-19,249
19.2
18,750-18,749
14.6
17,750-18,749
11.9
17,250-17,749
16,750-17,249           	
8.8
6.5
1fi,7S0-16,749
5.1
15,750-16,749
2.9
15.7S0-15,740
2.5
14,750-15,249     	
1.6
14.7S0-14.740
0.9
13,750-14,749
0.7
13,250-13,749    ...
0.5
12,750-13,249....	
12,250-12,749   	
11,750-12,249    .
11,250-11,749      	
10,750-11,249...	
10,750-10,749   .....
~~0JL
Totals _.
516
28
10
111
117
22
804
	
$20,750
$19,750
$21,500
$23,233
$24,000
$24,250
$21,637
Total principals not enrolling a division, 804; median salary, $21,637; mean salary, $21,488.
1 All salaries are as of June 30, 1973.   The salaries of 15 exchange teachers are excluded.
 e 142 education report, 1972/73
Table 2.15   Full-time Teachers and Teaching Principals
Salary
Elementary
Elem-
Junior
Sec.
Elem-
Senior
Sec.
Junior
Sec.
Secondary
Senior
Sec.
Total
Cumulative
per Cent
$
23,750-24,249	
3
4
7
10
5
6
21
9
15
12
19
22
96
109
61
215
338
84
127
196
216
161
178
236
249
327
303
252
215
42
13
8
4
1
4
12
8
5
10
11
8
13
9
8
10
53
87
54
484
241
132
471
415
123
147
242
224
170
224
239
270
293
281
193
127
57
8
6
3
2
7
14
13
11
24
39
20
56
66
45
63
120
167
166
814
507
315
1,109
1,155
369
502
1,105
938
655
874
1,622
1,350
2,223
1,958
1,548
1,413
990
516
302
60
16
7
4
3
2
2
1
100.0
23,250-23,749
	
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1
4
15
3
33
30
24
33
52
47
69
112
95
82
302
269
127
169
593
403
261
379
1,044
720
1,479
1,233
998
1,006
847
483
277
51
15
3
3
3
1
99.9
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3
3
4
3
3
2
1
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99.8
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1
3
1
3
1
2
2
7
6
6
14
14
10
12
15
27
21
34
36
35
52
66
43
32
27
7
7
1
99.7
20,750-21,249	
99.5
20,250-20,749    	
	
99.4
19 750-20,249
99.1
19,250-19,749       ._               ..
1
1
2
2
1
4
2
7
4
2
12
5
12
5
10
18
19
11
17
11
2
9
5
1
98.8
18,750 19,249               	
98.6
18,250 18,749
98.3
17,750-18,249	
10
19
114
52
32
100
115
23
35
54
56
37
49
49
57
61
58
51
31
8
3
4
" 2
97.7
17,250-17,749	
97.0
16,750-17,249
96.2
16 250-16,749
92.3
15,750-16,249                          _  .
89.9
15,250 15,749   .. _
88.4
14 7S0 1^,749
83.2
14,250-14,749   .
77.7
13,750-14,249	
76.0
13,250-13,749 	
73.6
12,750-13,249 _	
68.4
12,250-12,749	
11,750-12,249   —           ...   	
64.0
60.9
11,250-11,749 _	
56.8
I0 7sn_11 749
49.1
10,250-10,749	
42.7
9,750 10,249
32.2
9 250- 9 749                            . ..
23.0
S 7sn_ 9,749
15.7
8 7S0- 8,749
9.0
7,750- 8,249   .                  ~
4.3
7,250- 7,749 	
1.9
6 7sn_ 7,749
0.4
6 250   6,749	
2
0.2
5,750- 6,249   ..-   .. 	
5,250- 5,749                  .    . .   ...
1
0.1
4 750- 5,249
	
	
4,250- 4,749
1
1
3,750- 4,249	
2
1
	
3,250- 3,749
	
0.0
Totals
11.268
486
163
3,565
4,642
1,047
21,171
$10,490 1 $10,864 | $11,430 | $12,119
1                1
$13,716
$13,785
$11,308
Total full-time teachers, 21,171, excluding supervising principals and district-wide staff; mean salary, $12,031.
 statistical tables
Table 2.16   Part-time Teachers
E  143
Salary
Elementary
Elem.-
Junior
Sec.
Elem.-
Senior
Sec.
Junior
Sec.
Secondary
Senior
Sec.
Total
Cumulative
per Cent
$
12,250-12,749	
11,750-12,249	
11,250-11,749
	
1
2
1
1
	
2
1
1
1
2
8
13
9
14
27
26
33
48
58
72
122
59
90
44
27
29
36
12
10
100.0
	
99.7
99.6
10,750 11,249
99.5
10,250 10,749
2
7
12
8
5
18
20
27
33
49
57
106
47
83
37
23
26
32
9
9
99.3
9,750 10,249
1
99.1
9,250- 9,749
1
1
4
5
1
1
7
5
5
3
3
4
2
97 8
S,7S0- 9,749
	
5
1
5
4
2
3
4
8
6
3
1
1
1
96.2
8,250- 8,749
~ 2
1
2
1
95 0
7,750- 8,249. 	
7,250- 7,749
1
93.1
89.5
6,750- 7,249   .
86.0
6,250- 6,749    	
2
1
4
5
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
81.6
5,750- 6,249 	
5,250- 5,749	
75.1
1
67.3
4,750- 5,249
57.7
4,250- 4,749   ~_	
1
1
41.3
3,750- 4,249   	
	
33.3
3,250- 3,749   	
21.2
2,750- 3,249  	
1
15 3
2,250- 2,749 	
1,750- 2,249	
1,250- 1,749 	
11.7
1
7 8
1
3 0
750- 1,249   	
1 3
610
23
6
46
50
9
744
$4,933
$4,800
$6,000
$5,624
$6,149
$6,974
$5,016
Total part-time teachers, 744; median salary, $5,016; mean salary, $5,141.
 E 144
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
Table 2.17   District-employed Instructional Staff
(Not Assigned to Specific Schools)
Salary Range
Salary
Mid-point
Number of Instructors
Full Time
Part Time
Persons
Full-time
Equivalents
Cumulative
per Cent
F.T.E.
Salaries
17,750-18,249—
17,250-17,749	
16,750-17,249--
16,250-16,749	
15,750-16,249—
15,250-15,749	
14,750-15,249	
14,250-14,749	
13,750-14,249	
13,250-13,749	
12,750-13,249	
12,250-12,749	
11,750-12,249—
11,250-11,749—
10,750-11,249—
10,250-10,749	
9,750-10,249—
9,250- 9,749—
8,750- 9,249—
8,250- 8,749	
7,750- 8,249—
7,250- 7,749	
6,750- 7,249	
6,250- 6,749	
5,750- 6,249—
5,250- 5,749—
4,750- 5,249—
4,250- 4,749	
3,750- 4,249—
3,250- 3,749	
2,750- 3,249—
2,250- 2,749—
1,750- 2,249_.
Totals-
000
500
,000
,500
,000
,500
000
500
,000
,500
,000
500
,000
,500
,000
,500
,000
,500
,000
,500
,000
,500
,000
,500
000
500
000
.500
000
,500
.000
500
000
2
2
4
7
1
7
12
1
9
13
14
9
10
18
18
14
21
15
13
7
6
4
1
-|      208 |
43
251 persons
0.6
2.1
2.0
1.7
1.0
4.7
0.6
1.4
3.1
0.9
2.1
0.9
0.4
0.2
0.8
22.5
100.0
99.2
98.4
96.4
93.6
93.2
90.0
84.5
84.1
79.3
73.7
67.7
63.7
59.4
51.8
43.0
33.9
24.7
17.5
10.8
6.8
3.2
1.6
230.5 F.T.E.S
Medians: Full time, $11,388; part time, $5,499; all F.T.E.S $11,147.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
E 145
Table 2.18   Full-time Equivalent District-employed Instructional Staff
(Not Assigned to Specific Schools)
District Number
and Name
Number
of
Teachers
District Number
and Name
Number
of
Teachers
District Number
and Name
Number
of
Teachers
3. Kimberley	
7. Nelson       	
4.0
2.0
1.0
1.4
1.2
3.0
9.5
6.1
9.5
1.0
1.0
12.0
23.1
35.
36.
38.
39.
41.
43.
44.
45.
46.
52.
54.
57.
59.
Langley  	
Surrey
Richmond	
Vancouver 	
Burnaby .
Coquitlam	
North Vancouver...   ..
West Vancouver 	
Sechelt	
1.0
28.0
3.0
5.0
2.0
1.0
7.0
5.6
2.4
5.1
3.0
3.0
3.0
60. Peace River North
61. Greater Victoria1
62. Sooke .,
65. Cowichan   	
3.0
28.5
12. Grand Forks.— _.
13. Kettle Valley..	
6.0
7.0
5.0
22. Vernon
3.5
70. Alberni	
75. Mission 	
76. Agassiz-Harrison	
80. Kitimat       	
8.0
24. Kamloops...	
28. Quesnel
2.0
1.0
3.8
32. Hope ..
86. Creston-Kaslo	
2.0
33. Chilliwack   ..
Prince George 	
13.8
34. Abbotsford
89. Shuswap 	
3.0
Total full-time equivalents 230.5
5 Includes 4.0 full-time equivalents for instructional staff attached to medical services.
AUDIO-VISUAL SERVICES
Table 2.19   School Broadcasts
Radio
Programmes broadcast        171
Schools using radio programmes        627
Television
Programmes broadcast	
Schools using television programmes
157
684
Table 2.20 (1)    Distribution Services
Audio-Visual Miscellaneous
Films 	
Filmstrips 	
Film Catalogues	
Filmstrip Catalogues	
School Broadcast Guidebooks	
School Broadcast Calendars	
"Sing Out" Song Booklets
'Let's Sing Together" Song Booklets
"A propos" French Texts	
Videotape Catalogues	
30,285
20,954
2,000
2,000
15,000
15,000
65,000
65,000
17,000
2,000
 E 146
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
AUDIO-VISUAL SERVICES
Table 2.20 (2)    Distribution Services Circulation Report
District and
Name
1. Fernie 	
2. Cranbrook ...
3. Kimberley ....
4. Windermere -
7. Nelson 	
9. Castlegar 	
10. Arrow Lakes
11. Trail 	
Motion
Pictures,
No. Supplied
  193
  424
  238
  239
  535
12. Grand Forks	
13. Kettle Valley	
14. Southern Okanagan
15. Penticton 	
16. Keremeos 	
17. Princeton  	
18. Golden 	
19. Revelstoke	
21. Armstrong-Spallumcheen
22. Vernon 	
23. Central Okanagan
24. Kamloops
26. North Thompson .
27. Williams Lake 	
28. Quesnel 	
29. Lillooet  	
30. South Cariboo
31. Merritt  	
32. Hope	
33. Chilliwack 	
34. Abbotsford 	
35. Langley 	
36. Surrey 	
37. Delta 	
38. Richmond 	
39. Vancouver	
40. New Westminster
41. Burnaby 	
42. Maple Ridge	
43. Coquitlam 	
75
186
148
86
311
286
23
168
185
615
136
383
340
587
118
999
489
120
311
335
23
1,416
311
688
2,804
262
426
210
25
147
384
727
District and
Name
44. North Vancouver
45. West Vancouver ...
46. Sechelt 	
47. Powell River	
48. Howe Sound	
49. Ocean Falls	
50. Queen Charlotte
52. Prince Rupert	
54. Smithers 	
55. Burns Lake	
56. Vanderhoof	
57. Prince George	
59. Peace River South .
60. Peace River North
61. Greater Victoria __
62. Sooke	
63. Saanich	
64. Gulf Isands 	
65. Cowichan 	
66. Lake Cowichan .
68. Nanaimo 	
69. Qualicum 	
70. Alberni 	
71. Courtenay 	
72. Campbell River
75. Mission	
76. Agassiz-Harrison
77. Summerland 	
80. Kitimat 	
81. Fort Nelson 	
84. Vancouver Island West _
85. Vancouver Island North
86. Creston-Kaslo 	
87. Stikine 	
88. Skeena-Cassiar
89. Shuswap
Special Interest Films
Miscellaneous 	
Motion
Pictures,
No. Supplied
        636
        663
        432
        754
        262
493
        233
        220
        443
        307
291
159
        677
        401
  1
        388
        482
211
        556
  68
511
        238
916
        420
        398
179
  42
        138
        448
        322
       490
349
        435
321
        613
        440
     1,100
        206
Totals
30,285
 STATISTICAL TABLES E 147
FINANCIAL DATA
Table Page
3.1 Comparison of Enrolment and Expenditure for Public Education  148
3.2 Expenditure for Education, Calendar Year 1972  149
3.3 Cost per Pupil, Calendar Year 1972  149
3.4 Expenditure by School District for the Calendar Year 1972  150
3.5 Revenue by School District for the Calendar Year 1972  152
3.6 Transportation Costs  154
3.7 Summary of School Dormitory Data, 1972/73  154
 E 148
EDUCATION REPORT,  1972/73
TABLE 3.1    COMPARISON OF ENROLMENT AND EXPENDITURE
FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION
School-year
Number
of
Teachers
Employed
Number
of
School
Districts
Aggregate
Enrolment
Average
Daily
Attendance
Percentage of
Attendance
Government
Expenditure
for
Education
Total
Expenditure
for Education
1882/83	
1887/88	
1892/93	
1897/98	
1902/03	
1907/08	
1912/13	
1913/14	
1917/18	
1922/23	
1927/28	
1928/29	
1929/30	
1930/31	
1931/32	
1932/33	
1933/34	
1934/35	
1935/36	
1936/37	
1937/38	
1938/39	
1939/40	
1940/41	
1941/42	
1942/43	
1943/44.	
1944/45	
1945/46	
1946/47	
1947/48	
1948/49	
1949/50	
1950/51	
1951/52	
1952/53	
1953/54	
1954/55	
1955/56	
1956/57	
1957/58	
1958/59	
1959/60	
1960/61	
1961/62	
1962/63	
1963/64	
1964/65	
1965/66	
1966/67	
1967/68	
1968/69.—
1969/70	
1970/71	
1971/72	
1972/73—
69
128
267
429
607
816
1,597
1,859
2,246
3,118
3,668
3,784
3,854
3,948
3,959
3,912
3,873
3,942
3,956
4,025
4,092
4,194
4,220
4,248
4,224
4,055
4,162
4,354
4,512
4,833
5,116
5,496
5,873
6,272
6,598
7,105
7,574
8,185
8,690
9,474
10,171
10,839
11,513
12,137
12,772
13,571
14,415
15,327
16,173
17,457
18,889
20,140
21,481
22,301
22,840
22,985
I
59
104
169
213
268
189
359
374
575
744
788
792
803
811
830
821
827
762
773
763
741
721
720
730
696
661
654
650
86
89
93
97
97
98
101
100
104
104
102
103
102
101
98
97
99
100
100
93
93
87
85
85
85
80
75
74
2,693
6,372
11,496
17,648
24,499
33,314
57,608
62,263
67,516
94,888
108,179
109,588
111,017
113,914
115,919
116,816
115,792
117,233
116,722
118,431
120,360
120,934
120,459
119,634
118,405
115,447
119,043
125,135
130,605
137,827
146,708
155,515
164,212
173,354
183,112
195,290
210,174
223,840
240,674
260,069
277,070
291,223
305,837
321,760
340,290
358,905
378,641
400,064
420,790
445,228
467,486
489,596
513,079
527,106
534,523
537,106
1,383
3,093
7,111
11,055
16,357
23,195
43,274
49,377
54,746
77,752
91,760
94,410
96,196
99,375
103,510
104,978
103,389
101,893
101,873
104,044
106,515
107,660
108,826
103,192
102,085
93,473
102,999
107,599
114,590
121,334
129,859
138,941
147,583
154,077
163,364
176,138
191,061
204,239
218,303
235,396
252,490
267,052
281,513
298,175
312,173
332,585
348,472
367,718
379,045
408,452
425,514
447,643
466,264
476,643
481,353
481,686.2
I
51.36
48.54
61.85
62.64
66.76
69.62
75.12
79.30
81.09
81.94
84.82
86.17
86.65
87.23
89.29
89.86
89.30
86.91
87.27
87.85
88.49
89.02
90.34
86.26
86.22
80.96
86.52
85.99
87.74
88.03
88.51
89.34
89.87
88.88
89.21
90.19
90.91
91.24
90.70
90.51
91.13
91.70
92.05
92.67
91.74
92.67
92.03
91.91
90.98
91.74
91.02
91.43
90.88
90.43
90.05
89.68
60.758.751
113.679.361
174,775.43
290,255.26
473,802.29
544,671.60
1,663,003.34
1,885,654.11
1,653,796.60
3,176,686.283
3,532,518.95
3,765,920.69
3,743,317.08
3,834,727.19
4,015,074.37
2,849,972.02
2,611,937.80
2,835,040.74
2,972,385.04
3,277,660.23
3,524,962.69
3,630,670.78
3,585,769.00
3,963,848.24
4,028,397.88
3,924,243.53
4,244,898.82
5,022,534.59
5,765,205.50
9,398,473.46
12,468,653.18
17,363,430.94
22,809,631.23
25,830,076.88
26,885,980.43
26,555,080.24
24,060,233.15
34,279,302.27
41,067,740.34
43,989,524.32
50,861,473.63
53,288,028.94
59,472,055.06
70,174,999.84
77,632,903.48
83,782,121.79
95,497,375.16
105,017,594.75
119,871,278.31
144,702,607.40
181,854,578.21
251,827,287.92
292,556,398.29
354,470,298.48
382,221,877.00
425,505,748.00
215.
425,
604.
1,220,
4,658
4,634,
3,519,
7,630,
9,261,
11,149.
10,008,
10,061.
9,719,
8,941,
8,213.
8,458
8,775.
9,593
10,193,
10,640,
10,521,
10,982,
11,120,
11,502,
12,231,
13,683
14,818.
20,176
25,768.
35,538,
47,726.
54,195
57,881.
58,401
70,791.
80,823.
69,314,
77,653
90,483
101,351
115,941
133,401
145,535
157,614
177,539
199,114
227,937,
269,217,
332,702,
384,336,
437,743,
516,309.
557,875
612,808
056.222
555.10
,357.86
,509.85
,894.97
,877.56
,014.61
009.543
094.98
996.27
255.66
,387.99
,333.81
,497.34
,369.04
,156.00
,353.78
562.64
367.08
,740.47
,684.92
,364.49
801.94
291.35
,029.35
538.18
625.81
,930.53
392.09
079.88
750.37
,133.95
559.48
,121.15
844.25
,263713
181.24*
,192.32
,765.63
,107.94
,018.06
,622.84
,715.48
,783.79
584.16
,313.75
,392.31
,969.40
367.21
617.68
656.54
,118.90
,205.00
108.00*
i The total expenditure for public schools was borne by the Government.
2 Excluding unknown expenditure made for incidental expenses in city school districts.
s Since 1922/23 this amount includes the annual grant from the Government to the Provincial universities
and since 1963/64 to school district and regional colleges.
♦ Since 1955/56 this amount is exclusive of capital expenditures from by-law funds.
 STATISTICAL TABLES E 149
TABLE 3.2    EXPENDITURE FOR EDUCATION,
CALENDAR YEAR 1972
(Exclusive of Capital Expenditure for By-law Funds)
$ $
Total Expenditure by school districts (including colleges)   461,321,694
Add—Department of Education expenditures for administration, Correspondence Schools, Teachers'
Pension Fund, free text books and maps, adult education, vocational and technical schools, grants to
colleges, universities, and school districts, etc.   425,505,748
Less—Government grants to school districts included in school district expenditure: $
Direct grants  203,783,797
Grants to reduce local taxation    70,235,537
Total Government grants to school districts   274,019,334
Gross total other Department of Education expenditures     151,486,414
Grand total expenditure  612,808,108
TABLE 3.3    COST PER PUPIL, CALENDAR YEAR 1972
$ $
Grand total cost of education  612,808,108
Deduct—School district expenditure not affecting pupil
cost:
Colleges and other nonoperating expenditures ____    31,284,984
Debt charges     49,081,379
Current nonshareable capital        3,998,108
Total school district reduction     84,364,471
Department of Education expenditures for post-
secondary and adult education, correspondence schools, technical and vocational
schools, grants to colleges not included in
school district deduction, universities, etc.  131,834,778
  216,199,249
Total operating costs   396,608,859
Operating cost per pupil for year based on daily average attendance
of 481,686.2  823.38
 E 150
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EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 3.6    TRANSPORTATION COSTS
Calendar Year
Total District
Expenditures
Conveyance
Costs
Conveyance
Costs as a
Percentage
of District
Expenditures
1960 	
$
118,269,991
127,616,486
136,432,687
150,790,702
165,814,555
185,566,119
214,156,353
248,031,667
285,686,761
323,153,465
361,429,563
401,033,384
438,901,005
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2,611,370
2,721,510
2,886,696
3,125,447
3,475,895
4,009,393
4,610,089
5,355,378
5,891,894
6,556,422
7,216,520
8,072,883
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1962 ..	
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1963  	
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1964
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1965  	
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1.9
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1.81
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19771
1.84
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TABLE 3.7    SUMMARY OF SCHOOL DORMITORY DATA, 1972/73
School District or School
Capacity
Occupancy
Staff
Grade Limits
Boys
Girls
Boys
Girls
Full          Part
Time        Time
From
To
27. Columneetza  	
27. 100 Mile House
40
30
28
36
45
15
68
24
40
30
13
18
45
15
58
26
26
27
28
6
31
6
68
19
25
29
13
15
20
11
58
22
3
3
3
2
5
2
7
3
2
2
1
1
2
8
8
8
11
8
8
8
8
12
12
9.9. Tillnopt
12
12
57. Prince George 	
57. McBride	
12
12
12
85. Vancouver Island North. 	
12
Totals 	
286      |    245
1
211
193
28               8      |      ....      1      ....
1                1                1
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E 155
SCHOOLS
Table
4.1 Number of Public Schools in Operation by Type, June 1968-73.
4.2 Senior Secondary Schools	
4.3 Secondary Schools	
4.4 Junior Secondary Schools	
4.5 Elementary-Senior Secondary Schools	
4.6 Elementary-Junior Secondary Schools	
4.7 Elementary Schools	
4.8 Summary of All Schools	
Page
156
156
157
158
159
159
160
162
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EDUCATION REPORT,  1972/73
TABLE 4.1    NUMBER OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN OPERATION
BY TYPE, JUNE 1968-73
Type of School
Type
No.
Numbers Open in June
Change,
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1973-68
6
5
4
3
2
1, O
17
109
82
20
43
1,182
18
108
85
17
53
1,172
19
110
96
18
60
1,179
17
118
97
13
52
1,210
20
117
105
12
49
1,212
23
117
115
12
48
1,214
+6
Secondary   	
+8
+33
Elementary-senior secondary       	
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+5
+32
1,453
1,453
1,482
1,507 | 1,515
1,529
+76
Total net enrolment in thousands
467
490
513
527
535
537
+70
It will be noticed that during the six-year period an increase of 70,000 pupils
was accompanied by an increase of only 76 schools, most of the increase in enrolment being accommodated by building larger schools or additions to existing schools.
As a result, the average enrolment per school increased from 267.6 in 1963 to 352.8
in 1972. But in 1972/73, for the first time in 30 years, the trend was reversed and
the average decreased to 351.3.
Thirty-eight ungraded "Type O" schools enrolled children in special classes, an
increase of one school during the year. When three schools which were kindergartens are excluded, there remain 35 schools enrolling special students only.
TABLE 4.2    SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Three additional schools enrolling only Grades XI and XII were opened in
1972/73 and the enrolment increased by 1,957.
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.i
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
22. Vernon..
27. Williams Lake..
28. Quesnel	
34. Abbotsford	
36. Surrey	
37. Delta	
38. Richmond..
41. Burnaby	
43. Coquitlam-
57. Prince George	
61. Greater Victoria.
62. Sooke	
63. Saanich	
65. Cowichan-
68. Nanaimo._
71. Courtenay	
72. Campbell River_
89. Shuswap	
Totals..
23
28
8
17
35
139
34
70
40
80
55
35
22
34
30
47
30
31
23
758
45.3
13.0
26.5
56.0
194.0
45.0
102.0
57.0
114.0
67.3
46.0
31.0
38.0
45.0
70.4
53.0
35.5
34.0
1,073.0
895
263
528
1,187
3,917
894
2,116
1,155
2,657
1,756
988
609
877
882
1,606
1,094
787
692
22,903
1 In Tables 4.2 through 4.8, data on teachers are expressed in full-time equivalents and apply to school-
attached personnel only, i.e., the totals do not include district-wide professional staff.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
E  157
TABLE 4.3 SECONDARY SCHOOLS
There was no increase in the number of schools enrolling Grades VIII to XII
during the year, but the enrolment in such schools increased by almost 1,000.
Secondary enrolments are forecast to increase to about 223,000 in 1978 from
204,880 in June 1973. It should also be noted that Grade XII enrolment in June
1973 was slightly lower than it was in June 1972, although it was based on a larger
age population.
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
1.
2.
3.
4.
7.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
18.
19.
21.
22.
23.
24.
26.
27.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
35.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
52.
54.
55.
56.
57.
59.
60.
61.
62.
64.
65.
66.
68.
69.
70.
75.
77.
80.
81.
Fernie 	
Cranbrook	
Kimberley	
Windermere-
Nelson.. 	
Castlegar	
Arrow Lakes..
Trail	
Grand Forks	
Kettle Valley	
Southern Okanagan .
Penticton  	
Keremeos	
Golden	
Revelstoke 	
Armstrong-Spallumcheen..
Vernon  	
Central Okanagan... 	
Kamloops	
North Thompson	
Williams Lake	
Lillooet 	
South Cariboo..
Merritt	
Hope 	
Chilliwack	
Langley	
Delta	
Richmond	
Vancouver 	
New Westminster..
Burnaby  	
Maple Ridge	
Coquitlam.
North Vancouver-
West Vancouver.	
Sechelt   	
Powell River	
Howe Sound	
Ocean Falls 	
Prince Rupert	
Smithers 	
Burns Lake	
Vanderhoof	
18
1
4
3
2
6
3
2
Prince George	
Peace River South.
Peace River North..
Greater Victoria	
Sooke 	
Gulf Islands	
Cowichan 	
Lake Cowichan	
Nanaimo	
Qualicum	
Alberni  	
Mission  	
Summerland	
Kitimat  	
Fort Nelson	
37
32
22
16
36
27
12
52
21
10
26
41
10
18
26
20
21
115
102
14
23
14
30
34
22
71
72
40
16
914
101
157
88
55
232
114
31
29
32
14
16
25
17
24
21
35
24
162
16
11
15
22
22
23
48
29
21
36
12
51.5
47.0
26.6
23.9
49.0
41.0
16.3
78.9
31.0
13.0
34.3
60.0
13.0
30.0
41.0
26.0
22.0
158.7
145.4
20.0
36.0
17.0
42.0
45.0
30.0
101.0
102.0
53.0
22.0
1,280.9
127.0
235.0
119.0
86.0
315.7
166.7
46.0
40.0
47.0
19.0
25.0
33.0
23.0
37.0
33.0
34.0
35.0
226.6
22.0
17.5
24.0
33.0
29.0
28.0
69.3
38.0
31.0
61.0
16.0
937
951
547
456
949
802
286
1,513
596
235
752
1,154
258
613
800
497
442
3,411
2,890
388
853
324
695
916
581
2,242
2,060
1,063
379
28,241
2,572
4,958
2,531
1,645
6,994
3,626
896
858
934
246
497
624
416
704
540
718
731
4,906
421
319
439
629
518
549
1,371
746
603
1,266
262
 E 158
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
SECONDARY SCHOOLS—Continued
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
1
1
3
8
33
42
11.0
46.5
56.7
143
961
1,066
Totals   _     	
117         I         3.409         I     4.788.5
99,520
TABLE 4.4    JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Schools enrolling Grades VIII to X increased by 10 from June 1972 and now
for the first time are almost as numerous as secondary schools (115 junior secondary
vs. 117 secondary). There were 265 more teachers and 5,971 more students in
junior secondary schools than there were in June 1972.
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
3. Kimberley  _ 	
i
i
i
2
2
2
3
5
2
2
3
3
2
9
4
5
5
1
7
3
1
1
1
6
2
2
10
4
3
3
4
1
3
4
2
2
1
2
14
27
11
30
34
59
66
126
46
40
57
74
38
238
104
141
154
12
175
102
32
31
14
118
42
33
241
44
50
62
108
11
67
67
36
26
28
31
21.0
36.0
16.0
44.0
50.0
86.5
91.8
190.5
64.0
61.6
81.5
103.0
50.0
350.6
157.5
194.6
214.0
17.0
250.0
122.5
41.5
43.0
18.3
181.5
68.0
45.5
344.2
66.0
76.5
84.2
136.5
16.0
90.0
95.1
60.4
40.0
44.0
47.0
403
742
309
11. Trail   -.                           	
885
980
22. Vernon     .
1,738
1,912
3,788
27. Williams Lake     	
1,377
28. Quesnel  -   -  	
33. Chilliwack   	
1,291
1,714
34. Abbotsford                          -           	
2,130
1,022
36. Surrey                             . .                    	
37. Delta     . 	
7,499
3,140
4,201
41. Burnaby... _  ■■■
42. Maple Ridge - 	
43. Coquitlam   	
4,522
361
5,109
2,449
898
928
398
3,791
1,324
887
7,364
1,376
1,538
1,623
68. Nanaimo         	
2,680
308
70. Albernl   -     .   -	
1,728
71. Courtenay    _—
1,856
1,248
729
949
89. Shuswap _ _.	
919
Totals        	
115
2,589
3,699.8
76,116
 STATISTICAL TABLES
E 159
TABLE 4.5    ELEMENTARY-SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Although the number of schools enrolling students in the elementary grades
right through to Grades XI or XII remained the same, the enrolment in such schools
dropped by 4,833 from June 1972 to June 1973. The reason for the large drop
in enrolment was the reallocation of some Grade VII students in two large Vancouver schools to other schools in that district, which caused these two schools to
be recategorized as secondary rather than as elementary-senior secondary.
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
2
11
11
22
4
10
18
1
17
6
14
23
12.5
12.0
29.0
4.0
17.0
25.0
1.0
26.0
7.2
17.0
25.0
253
270
660
39. Vancouver            	
50. Queen Charlotte                    	
96
296
489
71. Courtenay	
15
484
108
344
479
Totals   	
12
137
175.7
3,494
TABLE 4.6    ELEMENTARY-JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Schools enrolling Grades VIII to X in addition to the elementary grades
decreased by one over the past year and their total enrolment decreased by 538.
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
1
2
2
3
2
2
2
4
1
2
5
2
1
3
11
34
15
4
18
11
1
20
4
7
37
7
17
16
27
26
25
23
13
58
13
2
31
13.0
48.0
16.7
6.5
25.8
12.8
1.0
20.2
5.0
9.0
52.0
10.0
21.3
21.0
34.0
28.5
28.2
26.0
14.7
69.5
14.6
2.0
44.0
284
1,038
397
7. Nelson.                    	
118
588
304
9
436
28. Quesnel               ...
112
32. Hope ,
192
1,146
200
50. Queen Charlotte   	
402
450
812
598
619
62. Sooke 	
773
281
1,434
87. Stikine	
287
88. Skeena-Cassiar   _	
89. Shuswap	
42
881
Totals..	
48
420
523.8
11,403
 r
E 160
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 4.7    ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
The decreasing number of British Columbia births from 1961 to 1966 has
resulted in a decrease of 4,145 in the Grade I to Grade VII (excluding kindergarten)
enrolment from June 1972 to June 1973. Kindergarten enrolment, however,
increased dramatically by 2,560 from June 1972, after two consecutive decreases
in 1971 and 1972. Grade I enrolment should stay about the same for two more
years and then begin to rise again. There were two more elementary schools this
year, but about 40 fewer full-time teachers.
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
1. Fernie          —~ 	
2. Cranbrook            	
7
8
8
5
20
11
5
11
3
6
4
11
4
4
7
6
2
15
33
37
6
27
19
6
7
7
5
28
33
27
60
27
35
93
9
40
20
42
36
13
10
15
8
5
3
8
6
6
11
48
19
16
41
17
14
5
29
6
35
70
79
46
22
106
62
21
101
30
18
33
96
16
16
41
44
23
138
262
343
28
140
108
23
62
57
37
192
189
175
598
324
327
1,355
117
544
148
561
410
142
55
100
58
24
23
93
56
31
50
413
126
105
584
137
113
20
155
39
262
78.4
94.2
47.9
24.0
112.3
67.7
21.4
112.7
34.0
19.0
36.0
110.6
16.0
18.0
47.1
50.5
28.0
165.9
291.8
405.1
28.7
156.1
117.5
27.0
66.2
63.2
43.0
213.3
189.5
199.0
662.5
397.0
396.9
1,562.7
129.8
622.1
173.2
638.1
483.3
175.2
60.0
113.2
65.2
27.0
26.2
108.8
62.8
32.7
54.5
480.6
149.4
117.7
660.4
140.0
129.6
21.4
169.4
41.3
287.8
2,133
2,580
1,411
564
7. Nelson .     	
2,797
1,753
511
11. Trail                                             	
2,792
953
13. Kettle Valley    	
425
1,007
2,984
434
17. Princeton	
18. Golden                                  	
419
1,204
19. Revelstoke                 -  .           	
1,373
779
22. Vernon                           	
4,286
8,485
10,188
810
27. Williams Lake	
4,259
28. Quesnel    - -
20, Li11""et
3,398
677
1,673
31. Merritt                                                       —  .
1,658
32. Hope    _	
1,106
5,730
34. Abbotsford	
5,627
5,731
36. Surrey....     ..                        ..     —
37. Delta               -                   	
18,937
10,814
10,176
39. Vancouver    	
42,479
3,395
16,316
47, Maple Fi"l£»
4,522
16,617
12,645
4,804
46. Sechelt     .. ...	
1,549
3,004
1,810
49. Ocean Falls  _ 	
50. Queen Charlotte .. 	
450
588
2,994
1,741
837
1,493
12,681
3,764
2,945
18,094
62. Sooke  	
4,334
3,412
64. Gulf Islands                                            -   .
502
4,536
1,057
7,571
 STATISTICAL TABLES
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS—Continued
E 161
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
69.
70.
71.
72.
75.
76.
77.
80.
81.
84.
85.
86.
87.
88.
89.
Qualicum..
Alberni	
Courtenay	
Campbell River-
Mission	
Agassiz-Harrison..
Summerland	
Kitimat	
Fort Nelson	
Vancouver Island West_
Vancouver Island North-
Creston-Kaslo	
Stikine  	
Skeena-Cassiar	
Shuswap .	
Totals-
9
21
17
17
17
5
2
5
6
5
12
8
4
16
21
1,214
39
206
156
113
91
20
19
75
33
27
44
51
7
132
98
10,659
45.0
225.0
175.9
122.3
98.6
22.5
24.2
91.2
34.0
30.0
46.0
55.0
7.0
135.0
113.5
12,098.1
1,135
5,704
4,695
3,196
2,424
465
733
2,332
814
642
1,198
1,395
145
3,917
3,061
323,670
 E 162
EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 4.8    SUMMARY OF ALL SCHOOLS
The total number of schools increased during the year from 1,515 to 1,529,
but total enrolment (K to XII) rose only 2,583. If kindergarten enrolment is not
included, the total Grades I to XII enrolment was almost exactly the same in June
1972 as in June 1973. (There were only 23 more in June 1973). This was the
result of declining elementary enrolments and secondary increases that were somewhat lower than were expected. Grade I is expected to start to increase again in
September 1974 and secondary enrolments should reach a peak in June 1978 and
then start to decrease.
The number of full-time equivalent teachers employed in schools, excluding
district-wide teachers and supervisors, increased by 78.1 from 22,280.8 in June
1972 to 22,358.9 in June 1973.
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
1. Fernie 	
2. Cranbrook  	
3. Kimberley	
4. Windermere  	
7. Nelson 	
9. Castlegar.. 	
10. Arrow Lakes	
11. Trail 	
12. Grand Forks 	
13. Kettle Valley  	
14. Southern Okanagan—	
15. Penticton 	
16. Keremeos 	
17. Princeton	
18. Golden	
19. Revelstoke	
21. Armstrong-Spallumcheen
22. Vernon... 	
23. Central Okanagan	
24. Kamloops   	
26. North Thompson	
27. Williams Lake	
28. Quesnel  	
29. Lillooet  	
30. South Cariboo. 	
31. Merritt	
32. Hope  	
33. Chilliwack	
34. Abbotsford- 	
35. Langley- 	
36. Surrey 	
37. Delta 	
38. Richmond 	
39. Vancouver	
40. New Westminster	
41. Burnaby 	
42. Maple Ridge	
43. Coquitlam ._ 	
44. North Vancouver.	
45. West Vancouver  	
46. Sechelt   	
47. Powell River	
48. Howe Sound  	
49. Ocean Falls	
50. Queen Charlotte	
52. Prince Rupert	
54. Smithers	
55. Burns Lake	
56. Vanderhoof	
57. Prince George	
59. Peace River South	
60. Peace River North .
61. Greater Victoria	
10
11
10
8
25
13
7
15
4
7
6
14
5
5
3
19
40
47
7
39
23
7
10
8
7
33
37
31
74
33
43
112
10
51
24
52
45
16
12
18
10
7
7
10
9
9
14
59
23
23
57
118
145
82
53
184
100
44
183
51
28
77
171
26
38
59
81
43
246
443
572
42
237
169
37
92
91
66
320
298
285
975
502
554
2,273
218
932
248
871
744
256
86
168
90
38
50
140
95
64
101
633
221
187
1,022
142.
189
95.
64
216
124,
49
235,
65,
32
96,
220,
29
47,
77
104
54
319
542,
742
48
289
210,
44
108
108,
82,
395,
348,
351
1,207
652
715
2,847
256
1,180
309
1,088
921
341
106
204
112
46,
64
176
114
76
125
790
276
226
1,277.
3,354
4,569
2,361
1,417
4,859
2,864
1,067
5,190
1,549
660
2,347
5,118
692
1,079
1,817
2,477
1,276
7,361
13,808
16,875
1,198
7,188
5,329
1,001
2,368
2,574
1,879
9,686
8,944
8,813
30,353
15,911
16,872
70,816
5,967
28,097
7,414
26,028
22,088
8,430
2,445
4,960
2,744
696
1,286
4,419
2,763
1,703
3,009
19,366
6,295
5,182
31,352
 STATISTICAL TABLES
SUMMARY OF ALL SCHOOLS—Continued
E 163
District Number and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
F.T.E.
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
62,  SnnlfR
24
18
6
34
7
41
11
26
23
22
20
6
3
6
7
7
18
11
6
21
27
242
197
31
262
61
439
73
321
254
193
146
37
40
111
45
41
116
107
20
204
183
285.0
244.1
38.9
322.6
74.3
523.7
89.0
384.3
325.0
232.9
176.6
48.5
55.2
152.2
50.O
48.2
132.5
126.5
21.6
237.7
238.5
7,513
5,827
64. Onlf Islands
821
7,480
1,686
12,375
1,992
70   Alhsrni
8,803
7,660
72   Camphell River
5,512
3,899
949
77. Summerland. —	
R(l,   Kitimat
1,336
3,598
81. Fort Nelson          _    . 	
1,076
893
2,976
2,835
87   Stikinp
432
5,974
89   Shuswap
5,553
Totals 	
1,529
17,972
22,358.9
537,106
  STATISTICAL TABLES E 165
POST-SECONDARY AND ADULT EDUCATION
Tables Page
5.1 Degree Enrolment in British Columbia Universities, 1972/73  166
5.2 Enrolment in the Public Colleges and British Columbia Institute of Tech
nology, 1972/73  166
5.3 Summary Showing Trends in Adult Enrolment, Number of Classes, Num
ber of Instructors, and Number of School Districts Participating  167
5.4 Classification of Adult Education Courses and Enrolment  168
 E 166
EDUCATION REPORT,  1972/73
TABLE 5.1    DEGREE ENROLMENT1 IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
UNIVERSITIES, 1972/73
University
Degree Enrolment
British
Columbia
Victoria
Simon
Fraser
Notre Dame
of Nelson
Total
Full time—
15,803
2,185
4,163
210
4,538
742
441
24,945
Graduate •' 	
3,137
Totals	
17,988
4,373                5,280
441
28,082
Part time—
461
1,717
417
398
3,737
917
---
613
242
1        1.423
18
1,087
1              [21
4
44
120
479
3,421
703
Correspondence 	
398
5,280
1    .:.-   |    -.:..
917
Totals	
7,647
2,278        |        1,105
168
11,198
25,635
6.651         1         6.3853
609
39,280
1 Excluding those enrolled in noncredit and other courses not leading toward a university degree.
2 Simon Fraser University Summer Session included in "full time" and "part time."
3 Simon Fraser University reported an "aggregate" enrolment calculated on the trimester system.
TABLE 5.2    ENROLMENT IN THE PUBLIC COLLEGES AND BRITISH
COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 1972/73
College
Full Time
Part Time
Total
Academic
Career
Subtotal
Academic
Career
Subtotal
Bcrr
634
428
224
967
325
170
306
223
1,570
2,845
266
274
143
440
253
75
128
212
821
2,845
900
702
367
1,407
578
245
434
435
2,391
538
442
213
458
100
323
181
94
1,804
3,600
17
173
106
683
800
125
73
13
66
3,600
555
615
319
1,141
900
448
254
107
1,870
6,445
1,455
Capilano- 	
Cariboo	
1,317
686
2,548
Malaspina	
New Caledonia —
Okanagan  	
Srfk'rk
1,478
693
688
542
Vancouver City* (Langara
4,261
Totals 	
4,847
5,457
10,304
4,153
5,656
9,809
20,113
i Fall semester.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
E 167
TABLE 5.3 SUMMARY SHOWING TRENDS IN ADULT ENROLMENT,
NUMBER OF CLASSES, NUMBER OF INSTRUCTORS, AND NUMBER
OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS PARTICIPATING.
Year
Number of
School
Districts
Number of
Enrollees
Number of
Instructors
Number of
Courses
1959/60..
1960/61-
1961/62-
1962/63..
1963/64..
1964/65..
1965/66-
1966/67-
1967/68..
1968/69..
1969/70..
1970/71..
1971/72..
1972/73..
58
64
65
68
70
70
71
69
67
63
69
73
61
58
40,867
40,917
46,548
70,405
78,461
91,579
100,292
112,105
127,659
141,217
162,140
180,282
156,621
150,420
1,796
1,945
2,273
2,949
3,454
3,828
4,141
4,982
5,610
6,394
7,045
8,601
7,445
7,072
1,578
2,220
2,219
3,070
3,964
4,261
5,067
5,637
6,230
7,406
7,855
9,604
8,176
8,637
Vocational Programme
Year
Number of
Enrollees
Number of
Instructors
Number of
Courses
1959/60       ..	
13,539
12,530
9,783
14,317
17,510
21,393
25,477
28,556
29,977
31,482
34,319
42,937
35,269
31,898
540
552
518
685
880
1,029
1,194
1,432
1,479
1,554
1,649
2,191
1,545
1,622
322
1960/61
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1961/62
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1967/63
681
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910
1964/65 -    .
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1965/66	
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1966/67
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1967/68  	
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1968/69                           ..	
1,767
1969/70         ....            	
1970/71    -  - 	
1071/77
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2,085
1,787
1972/73     	
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Nonvocational Programme
Year
Number of
Enrollees
Number of
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Number of
Courses
1959/60                 ..                            	
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28,387
36,765
56,008
60,951
70,186
74,815
83,549
97,682
109,735
127,821
137,345
121,352
118,522
1,256
1,393
1,755
2,264
2,574
2,799
2,947
3,550
4,131
4,840
5,396
6,410
5,900
5,450
1,256
1960/61                           . —
1,648
1961/62
1,707
1962/63            	
2,389
1963/64
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1964/65	
3,145
1965/66.         .	
3,683
1966/67            ..     -     .      	
4,126
1967/68...  	
4,664
1968/69              	
5,639
1969/70	
6,070
1970/71      ....
7,519
1971/72 	
6,389
1977/73
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EDUCATION REPORT, 1972/73
TABLE 5.4    CLASSIFICATION OF ADULT EDUCATION COURSES
AND ENROLMENT
Vocational Programme
Number of
Enrollees
Number of
Instructors
Number of
Courses
Business Management-
Commercial	
Automotive 	
Machine Shop..
Construction Trades .
Electronics	
Numbering and Forestry-
Engineering 	
Service Trades	
Agriculture..
Vocational Preparatory-
Miscellaneous	
Totals-
5,273
9,788
1,651
1,553
2,114
1,500
1,862
541
2,024
733
1,953
2,906
31,898
301
466
81
96
114
70
66
30
111
24
96
167
1,622
388
577
133
109
125
76
92
34
117
30
114
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Nonvocational Programme
Number of
Enrollees
Number of
Instructors
Number of
Courses
7,895
1,770
8,910
13,507
18,096
13,815
3,268
24,869
9,584
16,808
397
121
469
553
994
877
166
825
313
735
474
162
496
725
1,251
986
158
1,117
436
860
Totals
118,522
5,450
6,665
150,420
7,072
8,637
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E 169
TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
Tables Page
6.1 Enrolments by Courses in Regional Vocational Schools and Vocational
Enrolments by Divisions of Colleges  170
6.2 Vocational Night School Enrolments in Regional Vocational Schools and
Vocational Divisions of Colleges 174
BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
6.3 Day Enrolments  175
6.4 Extension (Night School) Enrolments  176
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TABLE 6.2 VOCATIONAL NIGHT SCHOOL ENROLMENTS IN REGIONAL
VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS AND VOCATIONAL DIVISIONS OF COLLEGES.
School or College
1970/71
1971/72
1972/73
Burnaby Vocational SchooL.
Dawson Creek Vocational School-
Terrace Vocational School	
Camosum College  	
Cariboo College.— 	
Malaspina College-
New Caledonia College..
Okanagan College	
Selkirk College .
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Vancouver City College (V.V.I.)	
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Totals..
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178
158
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810
618
241
158
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625
13,668
3,199
240
284
817
1,581
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937
728
208
160
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616
14,948
2,911
282
761
3,574
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706
1,198
1,138
283
93
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772
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 STATISTICAL TABLES E 175
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Year
Male
Female
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84
37
33
49
47
53
63
69
Marketing    ......
52
90
72
36
Health
21
26
17
69
98
54
Nuclear Medicine    	
46
17
13
217
96
40
Health Data
33
17
Engineering
16
64
Building 	
47
74
57
61
54
65
62
162
155
131
115
45
26
51
26
73
57
29
35
15
16
65
65
Totals	
	
2,242
875
3,117
 e 176 education report, 1972/73
Table 6.4   Extension (Night School) Enrolments
Administrative Management   1,014
Financial Management  632
Industrial Marketing  449
Retail Merchandising  46
Advertising and Public Relations  106
Travel Marketing and Management  140
Personnel Management  121
Business Secretaries  47
Hotel, Motel, and Food Services Management  202
Executive Housekeepers  83
Municipal Administration  56
Computer Programming  561
Broadcast Administration  58
Technical Management  194
English  179
Mathematics   265
Physics   16
Buildings   271
Chemical and Metallurgical Technology  99
Civil and Structural Technology  211
Electrical and Electronics Technology  562
Biological Sciences Technology  32
Forest Resources Technology  85
Instrumentation and Systems Technology  20
Mechanical Technology  176
Mining Technology   16
Natural Gas and Petroleum Technology  20
Surveying Technology  165
Landscape Technology  98
Health Technology  138
Medical Radiography  195
Medical Laboratory  156
Health Care Management  88
Miscellaneous Health Technology  74
Industry Services Department  2,763
Total  9,338
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1973
6,030-1073-8881

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