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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA One Hundred and Fourth Annual Report JULY… British Columbia. Legislative Assembly 1976

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DUCflTIOn
THE PROVINCE
BRITISH COLUMBIA
e Hundred and Fourth
anual Report
LY 1, 1974, TO JUNE 30, 1975
INISTER OF EDUCATION
tOVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
ed by K. M. MacDonald,
er to the Queen's Most Excellent
isty in right of the Province of
sh Columbia
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VICTO RI A
he Honourable
fterS. Owen, Q.C, LL.D.,
itenant-Governor of British Columbia.
/ it please Your Honour:
beg respectfully to present the
Hundred and Fourth Report of the
artment of Education.
7nH^y
Dr. Patrick L. McGeer
Minister of Education
 TABLE OF COnTEnTX
Personnel    5
Division Reports
Administrative Services 11
Communications 14
Field Personnel 19
Educational Programs—Schools 21
Educational Programs —Post-secondary. . .27
Integrated and Supportive Services 29
Statistical Tables 35
 Rjonna.
HE 30.1975
'ISTER'S OFFICE
ister of Education:
Honourable Eileen Dailly
UTY MINISTER'S OFFICE
uty Minister of Education:
Fleming, B.A.
jciate Deputy Minister — Educational Operations:
ullipson, B.A., B.Ed.
jciate Deputy Minister—Educational Programs:
. Soles, B.A., M.Ed.
ERINTENDENTS OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
inistrative Services:
Canty, B.A., M.Ed.
munications (Acting):
Faris, B.A., M.Ed., Ph.D.
fationaJ Programs —Post-Secondary:
Justesen
national Programs—Schools:
I Meredith, B.A., M.Ed.
I Personnel:
ant)
ncial Services:
len, C.G.A.
jrated and Supportive Services:
alsh, B.Sc, M.Ed.
IINISTRATIVE SERVICES
stant Superintendent (Acting):
. Hawker, B.A., B.Ed.
ctor, Administration:
Keogh, Dip. Schl. Admin.
stant, School Board Affairs:
Price, B.A., B.Com.
;tor, Facilities Development—Schools:
Simpson, M.R.A.I.C, A.R.I.B.A.
:tor, Facilities Development—|Post-Secondary:
McLelland, M.R.A.I.C.
 COMMUNICATIONS
Director, Publication Services:
D. W. C. Huggins, C.G.A.
Director, Information Services:
J. L. Amett
Director, Provincial Educational Media Centre:
B. A. Black, B.Ed.
Co-ordinator, Data Services:
R. C. May, B.A., M.Sc.
Librarian:
Mrs. A. Armstrong, B.A.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS —
POST-SECONDARY
Assistant Superintendent:
J. F. Newberry, B.Ed., M.Ed., Ph.D.
Director, Trades Training and
Journeyman Upgrading:
P. C. MacGregor
Co-ordinator, Adult Technical and
Vocational Training:
D. G. Anstey
Director, Curriculum Development:
D. N. Franklin
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS—SCHOOLS
Assistant Superintendent:
J. T. McBurney, B.Com., M.Ed.
Director, Curriculum Development:
W. B. Naylor, B.A.
Assistant Director, Curriculum:
W. D. Oliver, B.A.
Co-ordinator, Home Economics:
Miss J. R. Irvine, B.Sc.
Home Economics Advisers:
Miss J. Campbell, B.Sc, M.A., Dip. Ed.
Mrs. H. Krueger, B.Sc,
Co-ordinator, Industrial Education:
J. Jupp
Inspectors of Technical Classes:
R. S. Alexander
R. C. Smith
Assistant Director, Learning Evaluation:
J. J. Mussio, M.A., Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Examinations:
H. C. D. Chalmers, B.Sc, Ph.C.
FIELD PERSONNEL
Director, Field Services (Acting):
D. L. Hartwig, B.A.
Director, Teacher Services:
(Vacant)
Assistant Director, Teacher Certification:
E. D. Cherrington, B.A.
FINANCIAL SERVICES
Assistant Superintendent (Acting):
R. A. Munro, B.Com., C.A.
Director, Schools Finance:
G. Gamble, R.I.A.
Assistant Comptroller:
J. F. Currie
INTEGRATED AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES
Assistant Superintendent:
Mrs. F. L. Fleming, B.Ed., M.Ed.
Director, Correspondence Education:
J. R. Hind, B.A., B.Paed.
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS
OF SCHOOLS
K. F. Alexander, B.Sc, B.Ed., Mission City
W. W. Baldry, B.A., M.Ed., Ashcroft
O. Bedard, B.Ed., M.A., Dawson Creek
L. B. Beduz, B.A. B.Ed., M.Ed., Creston
R. S. Boyle, B.A., B.Ed., Qualicum Beach
C. A. Bruce, B.A., B.Ed., Kamloops
A. D. Campbell, B.A., B.Ed., Chilliwack
E. M. Carlin, B.Ed., M.Ed.,
West Vancouver
7i:.    . •''"'•'     .
:::'.:. ! »&■
1'Kv^lf
 Cox, B.A., Courtenay
^uthbert, B.Acc, B.Ed., M.Ed., Langley
. Denley, B.Ed., M.Ed.,
•th Thompson
[ Doyle, B.A., M.Ed., Smithers
fA. Eldred, B.Ed., M.Ed.,
pbell River
Ellwood, B.Ed., M.Ed., Castlegar
F. T. Fisher, B.Ed., M.Ed., Revelstoke
. Flower, B.A., B.Ed., Nelson
Graham, B.A., New Westminster
. Grant, B.A., B.Ed., Vernon
1. Hoadley, B.Ed., M.Ed.,
[iams Lake
lolob, B.S.A., M.Ed., Richmond
lopper, B.Ed., M.Ed., Hope
\l. Huestis, B.Com., B.Ed., Port Hardy
3. Johnston, B.Ed., M.Ed., Trail
.. Killough, B.Ed., M.A., Maple Ridge
. Lewis, B.A., B.P/Ed., Sidney
. Lind, B.A., M.Ed., Fort Nelson
I. Lowe, B.Ed.. M.Ed., Kimberley
. Lucas, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed.,
'ce Rupert
;. Lyon, B.Ed., M.Ed., Port Alberni
I. MacKirdy, B.A., B.Ed.,
d., Duncan
V. McDonald, B.A., M.Ed., Salmon Arm
I. McFee, B.A., M.A., Merritt
. McKay, B.Com., M.Ed., Penticton
. McKenzie, B.A., Delta
. McLoughlin, B.A., Dip.Ed., B.Ed.,
St. John
. Maglio, B.Com., B.Ed., Squamish
K Marshall, B.A., M.Ed., Fernie
vlaslechko, B.P.E., Vanderhoof
I Middleton, B.A., B.Ed., Abbotsford
<I. Moulds, B.Ed., M.Ed., Grand Forks
Patrick, B.A., B.Ed., Quesnel
;. Pendharkar, B.Sc, B.T., B.Ed.,
i., Relieving Superintendent
:hools
Pullinger, B.A., B.Ed., Sooke
A. C. Rutledge, B.Ed., M.Ed., Oliver
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
M.V. Thorsell, B.A., M.Ed.,
Jericho Hill Schools
R. E. J. Watson, B.Ed., M.A., Powell River
B. G. Webber, B.A., M.A., Kitimat
D. N. Weicker, B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed.,
Nanaimo
W. J. Zoellner, B.A., B.Ed., Kelowna
STAFF APPOINTMENTS
AND PROMOTIONS
HEADQUARTERS
H. E. Justesen
appointed Superintendent, Educational
Programs —Post-Secondary.
Dr. R. L. Faris
appointed Acting Superintendent of
Communications from Special Advisor for
College Affairs and Educational
Communications.
Dr. J. F. Newberry
promoted to Assistant Superintendent,
Educational Programs — Post-Secondary
from Director, Academic Programs.
Mrs. F. L. Fleming
promoted to Assistant Superintendent,
Integrated and Supportive Services from
District Superintendent of Schools.
J. T. McBurney
promoted to Assistant Superintendent,
Educational Programs —Schools from
District Superintendent of Schools.
W. L. B. Hawker
appointed Assistant Superintendent,
Administrative Services (Acting) from
District Superintendent of Schools.
R. A. Munro
appointed Assistant Superintendent,
Financial Services (Acting) from Director,
Finance and Administration, Post-
Secondary.
D. L. Hartwig
appointed Director, Field Services
(Acting) from District Superintendent
of Schools.
 J. F. Currie
appointed Assistant Comptroller.
J. L. Arnett
appointed Director, Information Services.
P. C. MacGregor
appointed Director, Designated Trades
from Supervisor, Adult Technical and
Vocational Education.
FIELD
O. Bedard
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools, Dawson Creek.
J. R. Denley
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools, North Thompson.
J. L. Doyle
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools, Smithers.
W. F. T. Fisher
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools, Revelstoke.
E. A. Killough
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools, Maple Ridge, from Registrar and
Director of Examinations and Teacher
Certification.
G. C. Lind
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools, Fort Nelson.
W. F. Marshall
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools, Fernie.
W. Maslechko
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools, Vanderhoof.
R. J. Patrick
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools, Quesnel.
M. G. Pendharkar
appointed District Superintendent of
Schools. (Relieving.)
35-YEAR GOLD WATCH PRESENTATION
DR. C. B. CONWAY, W. R. D. HILL
25-YEAR CONTINUOUS
SERVICE CERTIFICATES
J. A. HOLMES, E. R. CARDINALL
EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT
TRAINING PLAN GRADUATES
E. D. CHERRINGTON, J. F. CURRIE
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
COURSE GRADUATES
MRS. A. F. MADRONA,
MRS. UNAWESTMAN
RETIREMENTS
Dr. C. B. Conway, Director of Research
and Standards, after 36 years of service.
S. E. Espley, Executive Secretary to the
Commission of Education, after 27 years
of service.
W. J. Mouat, District Superintendent of
Schools, School District No. 34
(Abbotsford), after 24 years of service.
Mrs. M. M. Johansson, Clerk-Stenographer (Integrated and Supportive
Services), after 19 years of service.
G. H. Nelson, District Superintendent of
Schools, School District No. 15 (Penticton),
after 19 years of service.
W. Martin, Stockman (Malaspina College),
after 18 years of service.
N. A. Allen, District Superintendent of
Schools, School District No. 45 (West
Vancouver), after 18 years of service.
Dr. J. I. MacDougall, District Superin-
tedent of Schools, School District No. 33
(Chilliwack), after 14 years of service.
R. R. Hanna, District Superintendent of
Schools, School District No. 46 (Sechelt),
after 13 years of service.
F. C. A. Menu, Stockman (Okanagan
College), after 11 years of service.
B. Callaghan, Stockman (Camosun
College), after 9 years of service.
H. S. C. Archbold, Administrative Officer
(Educational Programs —Post-Secondary),
after 8 years of service.
W. F. Ramsay, District Superintendent of
Schools (Relieving), after 7 years of
service.
   won report;
Vision of
ministrative services
he maintenance of close and har-
lious relations with the school boards
re Province has enabled this Division
ave an appreciation of, and a contact
1, the many problems experienced by
school boards and the educational
administrative staffs. These contacts
e enabled the Division to give greater
stance to the districts, especially in
ird to the provision of capital facilities
essary to meet anticipated future
jlments and curriculum requirements,
to help extract the best possible
cational value for every dollar of
enditure.
onsultative services were provided
ng the school year in respect to
)ol site acquisition and other aspects
md matters; school buildings and
ir capital facilities for use for school
Doses; the furnishing and equipping of
[flies; the problems inherent in the
nsion of safe, efficient and economical
sportation services, plus the many
ir problems connected with the
inistration of a school district,
n Equipment Advisory Committee
appointed to provide expertise and
ce on the problems of furnishing and
ipping schools. The Committee con-
; of professional personnel from
ous school districts plus staff from
Division. The advice from the Equip-
t Advisory Committee has been
rtly appreciated and as a result of
ecommendations a great many of the
dards in respect to the equipment
;ssary to meet the demands of the
ent technological age have been
sed and up-graded,
re Facilities Development (Schools)
ich of the Division examined plans
processed a large number of
"ovals.
apital expenditures for the 1974
ndar year (Section 190 approvals)
b finalized:
purchase
improvement
dings (construction)
pment
s & Supervision
Total
$11,952,215
63,308,523
11,132,972
4,725,128
$91,118,838
pis was an increase in excess of
000,000 over the total dollar value of
capital expenditure approvals granted for
the previous year.
SCHOOL BOARD ORGANIZATION
During the school year which ended
June 30, 1975, the number of school
districts in the Province was 75. This
represents an increase of one due to the
formation of a new district, School
District No. 92 (Nisgha) which was
created on January 1, 1975.
At the end of June there were 69
municipal school districts and 6 rural
districts.
In regard to trustee membership on
school boards, 19 had 5 members, 38 had
7 members, 16 had 9 members and 2
districts had official trustees. There
were no three-member school boards.
TRANSPORTATION-
CONVEYANCE OF PUPILS
The following statistics give details of
the conveyance of school children during
the 1974/75 school year.
(1) Number of school districts
providing transportation 71
(2) Total number of vehicles: 980
(a) District-owned 706
(b) Contract buses 269
(c) Other (water taxis, etc.) 5
(3) Total daily approved mileage 73,916
(4) Total number of "shareable"
pupils carried daily 98,947
(5) Total number of "non-
shareable" pupils
carried daily 16,352
(6) Total number of all pupils
carried daily 115,299
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. Rates for transportation assistance were increased effective
January 1, 1975. During the school year
the province provided Transportation
Assistance to the value of $1,485,035 for
4,042 pupils in 63 school districts.
School districts continue to be eligible
for the special cold weather transportation allowance which was introduced in
January, 1973. The allowance is used to
increase local flexibility in setting walk
limits and in providing additional transportation services during the cold
winter months.
 BOARDING ALLOWANCE
AND DORMITORIES
During the 1974/75 school year the
Province shared the cost of providing
boarding allowances for 361 pupils in 33
school districts at a cost of $276,750. This
represents an allowance of $75.00 per
pupil, an increase over the previous
shareable allowance of $50.00 per pupil.
The need for dormitory accommodation
is continuing to decline as transportation
assistance improves and more schools
are built. A summary of dormitory data
for the school year will be found among
the statistical tables in this report.
ADULT SCHOOL-CROSSING GUARDS
A new program* was introduced in
January, 1975, which enabled school
districts to provide adults to supervise
crossing points which have been judged
dangerous.
The program is supplemental to the
student patrols which have done such
fine work over the years.
In 1975 a total of 48 school districts
received Department sharing in the employment of adult school-crossing guards
for 314 crossing points. In addition the
Department supplies a standard equipment kit for each guard.
  Division opcommunicfflion;
The creation of a Division of Communications was announced December
14, 1974. Following the announcement
several new advisory committees were
formed to assist in the development of
educational communications policy. A
Division Advisory Committee composed of
17 people from schools, colleges, universities and the general public was
asked to identify major areas of policy
discussion and make recommendations
for future policy. A District Superintendent Advisory Committee has also
played a role in early stages of policy
formation.
In addition to the development of educational communications policy the new
Division of Communications has absorbed
several departmental branches which
appeared to fit in naturally with it. The
Provincial Educational Media Centre,
created in the spring of 1974 as an extension of the former Audio-Visual
Services Branch, became part of Communications. P.E.M.C. continues to be
responsible for th*1 nipraiii-,    development, selection, production, purchase and
distribution of audio-visual materials for
the schools and colleges of the Province,
and for the development and scheduling
of radio and television school broadcasts
in co-operation with the Canadian
Broadcasting Corporation.
Other branches becoming part of the
Communications Division were the
Departmental Library, the Publication
Services Branch, formerly known as the
Curriculum Resources Branch, and
Educational Data Services, an extension
of one of the functions of the former
Research and Standards Branch.
The activities of these branches are
referred to in subsequent paragraphs.
One that is not is a newly-formed Information Services Branch, an extension of a
very limited former operation, which was
designed to keep the public informed
about educational matters. It's first
director is John Arnett, a former education reporter and public relations
specialist. One of his first accomplishments was the creation of a Department
of Education newspaper called Education
Today, being published 10 times a year
as a means of distributing information to
educators and interested citizens. The
new Branch has also greatly increased
its services to the media.
Mr. Ian Kemlo, a University of Victoria
librarian, was hired to conduct a six-
month study of the Department of Education library and the future relationship
between the Department of Education and
other educational libraries throughout
the Province.
THE PROVINCIAL EDUCATIONAL
MEDIA CENTRE
The Provincial Educational Media
Centre previewed some 1,500 films and
200 videotapes during the 1974/75 school
year for possible inclusion in the library
on either film or videotape format. Only
100 new titles were added to the film
library but multiple copies of the 250
most frequently requested items were
added. More than 200 videotape titles
were added to the master videotape
library.
Experiments with new delivery systems
and new booking systems formed an important part of the year's work with major
innovations in film library procedures
being planned for September, 1975.
Demands upon the library continued to
outstrip the supply despite significant
increases in the number of available
prints. Details of distribution will be
found in the statistical tables.
The videotape duplicating system
initiated the previous year has proven to
be a valuable service with more than
15,000 videotape programs provided to
schools and colleges during the year.
In co-operation with the Canadian
Broadcasting Corporation 75 original
radio programs and 20 original television
programs were produced and broadcast.
The Provincial Educational Media
Centre production unit completed 50
programs for videotape distribution and
20 French language audiotapes. Of
particular interest was the commencement of production on the television series
Interface: Science and Society which was
designed for use with adult audiences as
well as in secondary schools. The series
deals with scientific developments which
have rmjor social implications.
Catalogues for films, filmstrips, and
videotapes, as well as Teachers' Guidebooks and supplementary materials such
as song books and French scripts for
radio and television broadcasts, were
distributed to all schools and colleges.
 r editions of the newsletter Re:Views
re sent to more than 1,500 teachers,
rarians, and resource centre personnel,
e Provincial Educational Media Centre
ff conducted several teacher work-
Dps on the use of media, including one
or workshop involving teachers and
ministrators representing the majority
school districts and colleges in
5 province.
<Cey staff members represented the
partment on sub-committees of the
uncil of Ministers of Education and at
ler meetings involving inter-provincial
operation and exchange of media
igrams.
UCATIONAL DATA SERVICES
3ne of the outcomes of the recent
tructuring of the Department of
ucation has been the establishment of
ucational Data Services, a branch
thin the newly-formed Division of
mmunications. The Branch was estab-
red after the retirement of Dr. C. B.
nway, Director of the Research and
mdards Branch, who retired at the
i of 1974.
This is the first time in the history of
Department of Education that a
jcific branch has been established
:h the primary purpose of meeting the
tistical needs of all those interested
basic educational information. The
mary objectives of Educational Data
'vices are:
To design a system for gathering basic
statistical information concerning the
British Columbia educational system.
To establish and maintain data banks
for research, planning, management
and administration.
To make forecasts of enrolment and
teacher requirements at all levels of
the British Columbia educational
system.
To ensure the publication of statistics
on the British Columbia educational
system.
To consult with government and nongovernment agencies as to their information needs, to assist in the interpretation of the data, and to provide
the information in the format and
manner in which they wish to
receive it.
ls can be seen from the objectives,
5 Branch is being structured so that it
provide data serves at both the
ool and post-secondary levels.
The first objective concerns the establishment of a system for gathering basic
statistical information. Until June of 1975
the Department did not have ready
access to a computer resource, but at that
time planning was begun to have most of
the Department's basic statistical information processed by one agency which will
allow for the correlation of information
as well as the elimination of a number of
Departmental and other forms which
duplicate one another to a great extent.
There have already been developed over
the years a number of basic statistical
documents that can satisfy many of the
requested educational information needs
that originate both within and outside the
Department. Such documents as Form K,
Form J, Form B and others at the school
level are well known by school district
administrators and principals. Much
statistical information also exists at the
post-secondary level which, until now,
was not able to be developed to its
full potential.
The initial work in the area of preliminary system design has been to
promote accessibility to data that already
exists with the resulting elimination or
consolidation of forms collecting the
same or similar information. This focus
on trying to eliminate duplication applies
not only to Department of Education
forms but also to forms that are being
distributed by other organizations concerned with the British Columbia educational system —namely, Statistics
Canada, the British Columbia School
Trustees Association and the British
Columbia Teachers' Federation. There is
still a long way to go toward eliminating
duplication and one committee that was
established toward the end of 1974 has
this as its primary objective. This committee, called the British Columbia Public
School Statistics Committee, has representatives from the British Columbia
Teachers' Federation, British Columbia
School Trustees Association, Statistics
Canada, the British Columbia School
Districts Secretary-Treasurers' Association, the Association of British Columbia
School Superintendents, the British
Columbia Principals' and Vice-Principals'
Association, and the Department.
The second objective of the Branch
concerns the establishment and maintenance of data banks for research,
planning, management and administra-
 tion. A great deal of work has been done
already in the public school area in this
regard. For example, this Branch has, for
each school district, current and varying
degrees of historical information with
related provincial norms (where applicable) on: full-time equivalent teachers,
full-time equivalent enrolment, "dropouts," teacher utilization, class size,
semestered vs. non-semestered schools,
numbers of teachers involved in each
secondary subject area, percentage of
time per school week devoted by pupils
or teachers to each secondary subject
area, number of courses taken by pupils,
secondary subject area analysis of
"specialist" teachers, pupil/teacher
ratio, 1971 census data by school district,
school size, data, etc.
The third objective is to make forecasts
of enrolments and teacher requirements
at all levels of the British Columbia educational system. At the school level, the
Department has commissioned the British
Columbia Research Council to develop
two forecasting models. One model forecasts enrolments by grade by school
district and the other forecasts teacher
demand and supply. The enrolment forecasting model is now well-developed after
six years and has produced very good
forecasts for at least the last three years.
These forecasts are utilized by many
areas of the Department, especially the
Administrative Services Division in its
consideration of requirements for future
school construction. The model is updated annually with the most recent
September 30 enrolments and a new set
of forecasts is available, usually by
December of the same year. The most
recent set of enrolment forecasts for the
British Columbia public school system
has total elementary enrolment decreasing steadily to a minimum of about
321,000 in September, 1977, from 329,742
in September, 1974, and then starting to
increase slowly to about 350,000 by 1985.
Total secondary enrolment is forecast to
increase from the September, 1974, figure
of 212, 641 to 225,000 in September, 1977.
It should fall to about 199,000 in 1982 and
then start to rise again. The combined
effect of both elementary and secondary
forecasts should result in a virtual
stabilization of the total enrolment figure.
The Teacher Demand and Supply Model
is still in the developmental stages and
the Department is not forecasting post-
secondary enrolments at the present time.
However, the British Columbia Post-
Secondary Education Enrolment Forecasting Committee, a committee consisting of
representatives from all British Columbia
colleges, universities, vocational schools
and technical institutes, as well as representatives from the Department of
Education and the Universities Council,
has been performing this function since
the committee was formed in 1971.
The fourth objective is to ensure the
publication of statistics on the British
Columbia educational system. Most of
the statistical tables that appear in the
Minister's Annual Report are produced by
this Branch. As the school year ended a
review of the statistical section of the
report was just getting under way with a
view to improving the presentation of
relevant educational statistics. In addition, other departments of government
and non-government agencies require
up-to-date statistics on education, many
of which the Branch provides.
The last objective is to consult with
government and non-government agencies
as to their information needs, to assist in
the interpretation of the data, and to
provide the information in the format and
manner in which they wish to receive it.
PUBLICATION SERVICES BRANCH
In the restructuring of the Department
of Education, which took place during the
1974/75 school year, the Curriculum
Resources Branch became known as the
Publication Services Branch and was
transferred from the Educational Programs—Schools division to the newly
created Division of Communications. With
this change the printing capability of the
Curriculum Development Branch, previously identified in the Educational
Programs—Post-Secondary Division, was
transferred to the Division of Communications as a sub-unit of the Publication
Services Branch. This Branch continues
to be responsible for the acquisition and
distribution of prescribed textbooks and
other learning aids with the added responsibility of the printing facilities
provided to produce a wide variety of
curriculum and correspondence course
materials for public education institutions.
 'he changing role of the Curriculum
elopment Branch has influenced the
curement process of the Publication
vices Branch. The development of
eral outlines, as compared with the
elopment of specific courses, conies to emphasize the need for a greater
ree of choice in learning materials,
iport of this trend by the Publication
vices Branch brings with it the neces-
for continuing review of ordering
cedures both in the bulk purchasing
cess and in the dissemination process.
Director has conducted studies of
ribution methods in other provinces
recommendations have been formu-
d to provide procedural changes in
distribution of learning aid support
re schools of British Columbia. Re-
ion of the economic benefit of central-
1 purchasing, with greater flexibility in
choice of materials, are the salient
ures of proposed changes,
ecipes for Home Economics Classes
; the title of a book published by the
lartment of Education in 1927 for
nentary and junior high school pupils
ome economics. Successive revisions
le original format have culminated in
present version entitled Management
Foods which arrived from the
iter late in the school year. This latest
sion of the text comprises 564 pages
acting the recent changes in life
es, methods and the availability of
iucts and equipment. Canada's ac-
tance of metric conversion has been
r acknowledged in the recording of
surements and Management and
ds is of consequence both topical
progressive. Preparation of the latest
ion has been in progress for the last
e years and the result can be credited
le close liaison of the Publication
/ices Branch and the Curriculum
elopment Branch,
his year marked the end of the
book Rental Plan which was intro-
d in the 1949/50 school year. The
had been changed in the 1972/73
ol year allowing Grade VII students
ave access to prescribed texts without
payment of a fee. With the commence-
t of this school year all students from
'ergarten to Grade XII have access to
cribed texts in the schools without
aayment of a rental fee.
irchasing of learning aids during the
• resulted in the payment of invoices
unting to $8,027,359.
jJ&TW
  won OF FIELD PERJOnnEL
re Field Personnel Division has major
onsibility for a number of areas
ial to the effective operation of the
national system in the Province: the
jrvision of district-wide administra-
personnel; supervision of the regu-
y and professional phases of teacher
ifications; leadership in strengthening
national goals at the district level and
raluating instructional programs in
'rovince's schools, and liaison with
personnel authorities outside the
ince.
serious loss was suffered by the
;ion of Field Personnel early in the
ol year with the death of the Super-
ldent of the Division, Mr. W D. Reid.
ileid had been associated with edu-
>n in British Columbia for 28 years.
164 he joined the headquarters staff
e Department, serving in a variety of
:ions prior to assuming the position of
irintendent of Field Personnel in
. While serving in this capacity,
ral changes took place within the
sion, the most significant being an
nistrative reorganization that had
been initiated at the time of his
h.
lis reorganization is part of the re-
turing of the entire Department of
lation headquarters operation. In an
t to improve and increase the ser-
5 offered to education, several new
ions were created in the administra-
□omponent of the Field Personnel
ion and it is expected they will be
I early in the new school year. They
ide an Assistant Superintendent, a
jtor of Field Services, and a Director
acher Services, the latter position
ring many of the responsibilities of
ormer position of Registrar but also
onsibility for coordination of pre-
ce teacher education and the pro-
onal development of educational
mnel. In addition to these new posi-
at the Department level, three new
ict superintendents were appointed
n the Field Services Branch and
ned to smaller districts that were
eriy part of dual superintendences,
e appointments are a continuation of
irtmental policy of providing im-
3d educational leadership to school
cts throughout the Province,
e involvement of superintendents to
ater degree in decision-making with-
3 Department was increased with the
ion of District Superintendent Ad
visory Committees. Each division in the
Department now has an advisory committee with superintendent representation from each of the six provincial zones.
As a result, liaison between the district
superintendents and the Department
continues to improve.
District superintendents serve on many
Provincial committees and also serve on
Provincial External Evaluation Teams.
This latter work is done in conjunction
with the Provincial Accreditation Committee. The Field Personnel Division, as a
whole, is also actively involved in plans
to implement recommendations made in
the Interim Report on the Small Senior
Secondary School Study, which recommended that these should be retained
and strengthened.
In addition to their regular activities,
superintendents attended several conferences during the year. These included
zone conferences held twice a year in six
locations across the province. These
regional conferences provide superintendents with the opportunity to discuss
common concerns and also provide
various divisions within the Department
an opportunity to discuss proposed policy
and procedure changes. The regular
spring conference for Superintendents,
sponsored by the Department, was held
in Victoria during the first week in April,
and the University of Victoria successfully sponsored its sixth conference for
superintendents at Harrison Hot Springs
in January.
With additional personnel in both the
school districts and Victoria, the scope of
work undertaken by the Division will continue to expand. In the coming year, a significant thrust will be made in the area of
professional development in an effort to
assist the professional growth of educators at all levels in the British
Columbia school system.
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KXXmS-SOiOOLS
The most significant features of the
74/75 school year were essentially a
nbination of extensions and refine-
nts of many of the activities which
re initiated during the previous year.
Continuation of the Department's re-
anization produced internal changes
hin the Division of Educational
igrams —Schools, most of which have
m mentioned in earlier pages. The
dio-Visual Services Branch and the
rriculum Resources Branch became
t of the new Division of Communica-
rs. An exchange of personnel took
ce between this Division and the
ision of Field Personnel with the con-
tative staff for the home economics
1 vocational-industrial education areas
aing into Educational Programs and the
cher Certification Section moving into
Id Personnel. The Learning Assess-
at Program assumed many of the re-
nsibilities which were part of the
ner Research and Standards Branch
I also initiated several new directions
future programming.
Curriculum decentralization and core
riculum were two major topics that
tinued to develop throughout the year,
working committee of teachers, trustees
. Departmental officials developed a
of draft regulations for curriculum
entralization and this material was
:ulated for reactions among teachers,
stees, home and school organizations,
versify faculties and other interested
ups. The issue of "core curriculum"
!\ addressed initially through a two-
ik summer workshop designed to
elop possible strategies for defining
basic core program. Again, trustees
teachers were the main participants
he working group which was directed
Dr. Ian Housego of the University of
ish Columbia.
ormation of the Joint Committee on
luation represented another signifi-
t effort to involve principal interest
is in the educational community in a
perative approach to a major under-
ng. Points-of-view of trustees,
;hers, universities, superintendents
Departmental personnel were
aght together in the prime task of
itifying policy needs in the area of
dncial learning assessment and evalu-
n, as well as in working closely with
Management Committee of the
guage B.C. Project,
ipport for French language program
ming continued its growth as a result of
Provincial and Federal-Provincial endeavours. The Department's French
Program Coordinator and his representative provided direct consultative assistance to 30 school districts. As well,
several workshops and conferences
were arranged for teachers of French.
A remarkable 100 per cent increase
occurred in the area of Special Projects
Grants with the amount of $900,000 being
awarded in this program. A notable increase took place in established French
programs at the elementary school level.
Thirty Quebec university students were
placed as teaching assistants under the
Second Language Monitor Program. The
Summer Bursary Program provided assistance for over 400 British Columbia
teachers. One hundred and fifty grade
XII students benefitted from support
through the Summer Language Bursary
Program. Although no formal summer
exchange program operated between
Quebec and this Province, 28 British
Columbia teachers were given financial
assistance to visit the eastern province.
Considerable progress was made in
dealing with the issues of sexism, sex-role
stereotyping and sex discrimination in the
Province. Reva Dexter, the Minister's
Special Advisor on Sex Discrimination in
Public Education, travelled throughout
the Province to communicate with educators and the general public about this
vital concern. The Provincial Advisory
Committee on Sex Discrimination in
Public Education supported Ms. Dexter's
work and contributed positively toward
the examination of curriculum concerns,
the sponsorship of workshops in Trail and
North Vancouver and the development of
long-range planning for future activities.
 Reactions to the draft report of the
Special Advisory Committee on Student
Records were received from all areas of
the Province. The complexity and sensitivity of this topic were under-scored in
the responses, and a carefully developed
program of modification of present
records and procedures will be necessary
before effective implementation can
take place.
Another endeavour involving Province-
wide response was an inquiry into the
specific topics of classroom management,
school-community relations, learning
evaluation and discrimination in public
education. A large amount of useful information resulted from school and school
district efforts in this project. Conversion
of these ideas into some form of resource
material for local use at the school and
district levels will be a productive culmination to these study activities.
Further efforts towards closer integration and articulation between the program divisions at both the school and
post-secondary levels arose from the
formation of the Department's Senior
Programs Committee. Under the chairmanship of A. E. Soles, Associate Deputy
Minister —Educational Programs, this
committee met regularly to consider
topics which had implications for programming in the total public education
system. Senior staff of the Division of
Educational Programs —Schools, Educational Programs—Post-Secondary,
Integrated and Supportive Services and
Communications were involved in the
first year of the Senior Programs
Committee operations.
EXAMINATIONS BRANCH
The Examinations Branch has responsibilities in two primary areas. It prepares, administers and marks all Province
of British Columbia Grade XII Scholarship
examinations. It also administers through
the community colleges the General
Education Development Testing Program
and marks all tests pertaining to this
program.
During the 1974/75 school year, examinations covering 13 courses were prepared for each of January and June. Once
again the French scholarship examination
consisted of two papers, a written
examination and an oral examination.
Candidates were allowed to write the
English Composition Qualifying Exam-	
ination in January and if unsuccessful
rewrite it in June.
Scholarship candidates were required
to write in at least three senior course
specialties in addition to a special
qualifying English Composition examination.
A total of 4,723 examination papers
were written by candidates in January
and these were marked by 104 teachers
during weekends at a centre in Burnaby.
An additional 5,368 papers written in
June were marked by 113 teachers at
Victoria in July. Of the 3,918 who applied
for the examinations, 1,682 students completed the requirements according to the
Scholarship Regulations for 1974/75 and
of these 1,051 qualified for awards.
Nona-Lynne Avren, of Brentwood
College Secondary School, ranked first in
the 1974/75 Province of British Columbia
Grade XII Scholarship competition and
won the Governor-General's Silver Medal
with an average of 94.40 per cent. The
Governor-General's Bronze Medal was
awarded to Katherine Claire Brown, a
student at University Hill Secondary
School in Vancouver, who ranked second
in the scholarship competition with an
average of 93.25 per cent.
During the school year, 4,597 candidates wrote the battery of five standardized tests in the areas of English
Composition, English Literature, Social
Studies, Sciences and Mathematics in an
attempt to qualify for the British Columbia
Department of Education Secondary
School Equivalency Certificate. Of these
candidates, 2,983 qualified.
This program is known as the General
Educational Development (GED) Testing
Program and is open to British Columbia
residents 19 years of age and over. The
tests are also administered to members of
the Armed Forces based in British
Columbia and to the inmates of correctional institutions, Provincial or Federal,
 British Columbia is a member of the
nadian Interprovincial Committee on
General Educational Development
Dgram. Other members are Nova
otia, Prince Edward Island, New
inswick, Newfoundland, Manitoba,
skatchewan and the Northwest
litories. The Chief Examiner of the
ting program for British Columbia
sted the other members of the Inter-
ivincial Committee at the Second
nual Conference in June 1975.
The Examinations Branch has two
ditional responsibilities which are
ect services to the general public,
production of senior secondary school
nscripts from the year 1890 to June
73 continues to be a service to mem-
'S of the public who are seeking ad-
3sion to post-secondary institutions,
for employment purposes, or in many
es to establish proof of birth. During
year, 4,504 transcripts were issued,
iluation of world-wide secondary
100I education is another service
idered free of charge to the general
ilia During the school year, 249 official
iluations were completed.
RRICULUM DEVELOPMENT BRANCH
Traditionally, the Department of
acation, through the Curriculum
velopment Branch has exercised pre-
iptive authority in the development of
irses in the school curriculum and in
selection of textbooks. With the move
rards decentralization of authority in
riculum decision-making, the work of
Branch has changed. In place of the
/elopment of specific courses, general
gram guidelines have been prepared
use at the local level in the developed of specific teaching courses. In
mony with changing responsibilities in
riculum development, the textbook
tern has been modified to provide for a
ater degree of choice at the local
1 of materials to support teaching
grams.
he move towards decentralization, a
itinuing process over a number of
rs, has accelerated during the past
r. As a result, there has been a sharply
(■eased demand for Branch assistance
he establishment of local program
•elopment procedures. To meet this
tiand, the staff of the Branch prepared
'Ogram Development Model applicable
ill levels of curriculum development,
s model, made available upon request,
has been used by the staff of the Branch
as a basis of numerous workshop sessions
conducted in various parts of the
Province.
The professional staff of the Branch is
assisted in its work by a number of advisory committees of teachers and other
advisors. The extent of this assistance,
provided on a voluntary basis, can be
illustrated by noting that a total of 22
committees, comprising 206 members,
held 210 meetings during the year.
The policy of providing released time
for teacher members of these committees
was continued.
Grateful acknowledgment is extended
to the British Columbia Teachers' Federation and to the three public universities
for their co-operation, specifically to
those teachers and members of university
faculties who served on committees.
Particular acknowledgment is extended to
the two advisory committees on school
curriculum, whose membership includes
teachers, principals, university personnel,
district superintendents, and representatives of the British Columbia School
Trustees Association.
The practice was continued whereby
outstanding teachers in the Province are
released on loan by boards of school
trustees to work with the Curriculum
Development Branch. This year's appointees were Mrs. D. Cruchley
(Abbotsford), Mr. W. G. Dunlop (North
Vancouver) and Mr. J. A. Holm (Kitimat).
Mr. Dunlop and Mr. Holm have completed
a second year in this capacity. The consultants' enthusiasm and knowledge,
combined with their practical experience
and professional training, made an
invaluable contribution to the work
of the Branch.
Services related to curriculum were
also provided by the staff of the Curriculum Development Branch. Members participated in national and regional
conferences involving curriculum officials
from other provinces. In addition, staff
of the Branch represented the Department at various teachers' conferences
and symposia convened by universities
and other organizations for the purpose
of discussing educational development
and problems.
 INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION BRANCH
Industrial education courses taken by
students in secondary schools in 1974/75
continued to expand, and the total enrolment for the year was 151,135. This
represents an increase of 12.8 per cent
over the previous year. For the first time
locally-developed courses were included
and these have had a significant effect
on the total.
The prime function of the Industrial
Education Branch is to support the
district superintendents of schools in
industrial and vocational education
programming. The Branch is now processing all industrial and vocational
facilities at the design and sketch plan
stages. This procedure assists districts in
planning effective facilities prior to commencement of working drawings. The
Branch is working closely with the
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia
and the Workers' Compensation Board in
developing specifications for Plastics and
Industrial Finishes facilities and also for
noise abatement and dust removal equipment. These specifications when completed will be available to school districts.
During the 1974/75 school year, 1,177
teachers were employed in industrial
education shops, an increase of 6.2 per
cent over 1973. A recent survey showed
over 10,000 girls enrolled. Surveys also
show a requirement for an additional 80
to 100 shop teachers per year for the next
five years. These requirements are somewhat dependent upon the facilities being
available.
During the year small schools obtained
industrial education facilities; Such
places as Grassy Plains, Slocan and New
Denver are examples. The very small
school experiment in Bridge Lake,
Horsefly, Anahim Lake, Alexis Creek and
Likely was highly successful and plans
are being prepared to improve this type
of program.
The joint B.C.T.F./Department of
Education course writing committee held
its second five-day writing session in
June 1975. The new revised course outlines should be available to school
districts during the 1975/76 school year.
It is now proposed to develop a
resource booklet to support the new
format of the curriculum outline. This
resource booklet, to be developed jointly
by the B.C.T.F. and the Department, will
contain a sample outline and support
materials to assist teachers in planning
their own courses.
With respect to in-service training,
zone workshops were held concurrently
with district or zone professional days.
This approach worked extremely well as
the agenda for each workshop was
determined by the local associations.
Nineteen seventy-five was the most
successful year on record for recruiting
teachers and although the minimum of
50 persons were enrolled for the sponsored program commencing in September,
1975, 20 have been deferred for entry in
September, 1976. Twenty-two persons
have been recruited for the regular
university program.
A renewed interest has been shown in
Programs for Particular Occupations and
the Branch is working towards an improved understanding with the Apprenticeship Branch. It would appear that
many students would benefit from in-
depth study in a program leading to
employment. It is expected that throughout the school year 1975/76 there will be
developments in this regard.
A Japanese house has been constructed
on the campus of the B.C. Vocational
School in Burnaby, using Canadian
platform frame methods. This house was
built by the pre-apprentice carpenters
and construction was filmed professionally. The film is currently being shown
in Japan as a technical education film for
this method of building. The site has been
landscaped and Japanese visitors are
viewing the house on a regular basis.
A training program sponsored by the
Japanese for Japanese engineers is
expected to commence by Christmas.
 )ME ECONOMICS BRANCH
During the 1974/75 school year the
tal course enrolment in Home Economics
d Community Services (excluding
immunity Recreation 12) was 105,793,
increase of 5,159. The total number of
ichers of home economics courses in-
3ased by 66, to a total of 870. The
safest numerical increases in home
onomics courses were in Foods and
ltrition 9, Clothing and Textiles 9,
oking and Food Services 9 and Foods
A. There were 1,078 students on the
cupational Program who took Home
onomics.
Home economics departments were
erated in 303 schools, an increase of
/en over the previous year.
In addition to regular consultative field
irk, the home economics consultants of
i Home Economics Branch cooperated
th the Faculty of Education of the
iversity of British Columbia by visiting
d advising the home economics gradu-
s of the Internship Program in their
igned schools.
Jnder the direction of the Curriculum
velopment Branch a committee of
ne economics teachers and Miss Jean
mpbell, Home Economics Consultant,
d meetings to review the presently-
jd home economics curriculum guides
i to begin the development of new,
able guides which list goals and/or
rning outcomes of home economics
traction.
4ost home economics course outlines
rer than Cooking and Foods Services 9,
)ds 11, Foods 12A and Foods 12B) have
in written with learning outcomes,
Is and activities related to girls. In
1974/75 school-year, home economics
s not mandatory for girls, and boys
dd elect to take any home economics
irse.
Tie Home Economics Branch co-
irated with School District No. 27
riboo-Chilcotin) in the development of
pilot project in junior secondary
ication in five rural schools.
RNING ASSESSMENT PROGRAMS
ollowing the establishment of the
rning Assessment Branch, work corniced on the development of a
vincial learning assessment program
the Province. A Joint Committee on
luation was formed to consider the
elopment of a long-range assessment
program and a series of proposals was
developed and presented to the Minister
for consideration. The proposed program
as discussed by the Joint Committee was
designed to provide credible information
describing the extent to which the performance of groups of students meets the
desired goals and objectives of the public
school system. The basic purpose of the
program was to facilitate educational
decision-making in areas such as curriculum development, fiscal management,
teacher education and research.
Concurrent with these discussions, the
Branch assumed direction of a pilot study
in the Language Arts. This work was
undertaken in collaboration with the
Faculty of Education, University of
Victoria, the B.C.T.F. and the two revision committees responsible for the
elementary and secondary Language
Arts/English curriculum. Experience
gained in conducting this pilot study will
be applied to future assessments in
other areas of the curriculum.
The Language Arts study was conducted in two stages. In the first stage a
series of questionnaires was mailed to
over 9,000 teachers of Language Arts/
English in Grades K, I, III, VII, VIII, XI
and XII. These questionnaires were
designed to gather information on the
desirable goals and objectives of a
Language Arts/English program as well
as to obtain detailed data on methods and
materials currently in use. The first phase
of the study also included the design of a
questionnaire which was sent to every
school trustee in the Province in an
effort to secure input from the public
sector on the goals and objectives of
Language Arts. In the second phase of
the study, samples of Grade IV students
across the Province were assessed on a
series of reading objectives. Samples of
Grade VIII and XII students were assessed in written composition.
The Branch continued to provide consultative services to schools and districts
by way of periodic in-service sessions.
It also continued to supply published
tests to districts, although starting this
year, the Branch supplied only those tests
developed in British Columbia. Districts
have been asked to contact publishers
directly for nationally-published tests.
Other activities included work on a
revised system of pupil records as well
as a joint study with the Department
of Health.
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R06Rflm/-PO/T-XECOnDflRV
During the 1974/75 school year a
mber of very significant events in the
a of post-secondary education oc-
Ted. These included the publishing of
d major studies on colleges, the form-
jn of four new colleges, and appoint-
nts of senior personnel concerned with
it-secondary education,
"he College Task Force, chaired by
. Hazel L'Estrange, published its final
iort entitled "Towards the Learning
mmunity" in August, 1974. The report
itained many recommendations, some
Dlemented during the course of the
r and others still under study. A study
he provision of post-secondary edu-
ion in the Lower Mainland was com-
ted by a committee chaired by
mard Marsh. This report, "A Learning
nmunity for the Lower Mainland",
itained a series of recommendations
the coordination of services in the
safer Vancouver area,
vs the school year ended, four new
eges were formed, as recommended
the College Task Force, and they were
expected to open their doors in
itember, 1975. They are located in the
t Kootenays, the Northeast, the
•thwest, and Northern Vancouver
nd areas.
inother significant development was
formation of the Universities Council
er a provision of the Universities Act.
W. M. Armstrong was appointed
drman of the Council,
pproval was given for the establish-
lt of a marine college following the
jmmendation of an advisory committee
narine training. The primary function
le college will be to provide training
ships' officers and crews for the grow-
maritime industry on the West Coast,
uring the year, the Government
;ed to purchase Notre Dame
versify in Nelson. Dr. Walter
dwick, of the University of B.C. under
auspices of the Universities Council,
been conducting a study on the future
of the University.
Mr. H. E. Justesen assumed the position
of Superintendent of Educational
Programs —Post-Secondary in January,
1975. Two new university presidents
were appointed: Dr. Douglas Kenny at the
University of British Columbia and Dr.
Howard Petch at the University of
Victoria. Three new college principals
were appointed: Dr. Larry J. Blake, Fraser
Valley College; Mr. Peter Spratt, Capilano
College; Mr. R. R. Jeffels, Okanagan
College. Mr. Gordon Thorn was appointed
Principal of the British Columbia
Institute of Technology.
The Division has continued to work
with other departments of Government in
planning and coordinating training and
services. During the past year, the
Ministers of Education and Labour Joint
Coordinating Committee was appointed
and began its work on program planning
and coordination. Close liaison was
maintained with Canada Manpower and
the British Columbia Medical Centre.
Construction of core facilities for the
colleges and the British Columbia
Institute of Technology continued. The
multi-discipline building at the British
Columbia Vocational School—Burnaby
was near completion by the end of the
school year. The former Willingdon
School was assigned to B.C.IT. as instructional space. The Government
purchased Brentwood House in Burnaby
to provide accommodation for students
at B.C.I.T. and at B.CVS.-Burnaby.
Major campus construction projects are
under way at Malaspina College and at
the College of New Caledonia.
Enrolments in all areas of post-
secondary education showed sharp
increases, both full-time and part-time.
Overall university enrolment increased
11 per cent with part-time enrolment
increasing by 34 per cent. College overall
enrolment increased 25 per cent over the
previous year. Full-time and part-time
enrolments increased 18 per cent and
34 per cent respectively. Vocational
program enrolments increased by 14,331,
or 36 per cent. Enrolment details are
shown in the statistical tables.
Continuing education offerings expanded during the past year. Academic
upgrading, vocational upgrading, and
personal development courses were
among the most popular offerings. Enrolment details for continuing education are
also shown in the statistical tables.
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 /MOnOFinTEGROTED
SUPPORTIVE/ERVICEJ
r two years the former Division of
ial Services has been called the
sion of Integrated and Supportive
ices. The change of name reflects the
lge in philosophy. Where once
Iren were segregated because of
cial needs", school districts are now
e process of integrating all but the
: severely impaired into regular
■ols and classes under a joint support
3m provided by several Departments
ivernment and by private agencies,
ider the authority of Section 180 of
ublic Schools Act, this Division
oves and supports large numbers of
programs deemed necessary by the
)us boards of school trustees in their
re endeavour to meet the educa-
il needs of every child in the
ince appropriately,
rther responsibilities of the Division
le programs set out under Section 20
e Public Schools Act; the health
ces provided through boards of
ol trustees; programs jointly dead to the handicapped by the
rtment of Education and other
rtments of government; Jericho Hill
ols for the Deaf and Blind; Corres-
ence Education for school age
ren and adults; Indian Education;
3nt Financial Aid for Post-Secondary
nts and the Young Voyageur
'ams.
ring the 1974/75 school year, 1,841
avals were granted. One thousand
lundred and two of these were for
ling Assistance Programs, granted
'ding to a formula which allows
il districts to deploy additional re-
:es in ways specifically designed to
the needs of children with learning
dlities within that district. Approvals
jecific Programs are based upon
fie need. Six hundred and thirty-
approvals were made for very
fie groups of students, the trainable
ally retarded, the communicatively
red (hearing, sight, speech), non-
sh speaking children, hospital
nts, those taking home instruction,
hose in detention homes. A growth
per cent in Specific Programs
ates the growing success of school
cts in identifying and meeting the
> of special groups.
Early in the spring Department of
Education funding proposals were consolidated into one booklet called Guidelines for 1975. Each school district in the
Province was given the opportunity of
meeting, at first regionally and then, in as
many cases as possible, individually, with
representatives of the Department to
discuss these Guidelines. More importantly, the ground work was laid for
the provision of a planning and coordinating capacity for supportive and integrated programs in each school district.
Using the staff involved in this capacity,
school districts have been invited to form
local Children's Committees (local advisory committees) to various departments
of government. Plans have been made for
the examination at the local level by representatives of parents, special groups,
teachers, trustees, representatives of
the Health, Human Resources and
Attorney-General's Departments, of the
Guidelines of the various departments.
Through this involvement it is expected
that there will be a wide spread knowledge of what is available now, and that
the government will be informed as to
what appears to be necessary at the
local levels to achieve the ideals of the
Minister's White Paper. Above all, the
interdisciplinary cooperation so necessary
may be furthered.
This school year saw a definite gain in
the integration of many services to
children with problems and the ground
work was laid for an even more pronounced gain in this area. At the preschool level the legislation governing the
Community Care Facilities Licensing
Board was changed. The Board was
separated into two components, one of
which oversees the facilities and programs for pre-school children and one
which oversees those for adults. The
Department of Health, Department of
Human Resources and the Department of
Education are represented on the Boards
by officials of the respective departments
and by lay people appointed by the
respective Ministers. It is anticipated that
one of the major functions of the Child
Care Board will be to increase the intensity of services available at the earliest
possible moment to "at-risk" children and
the families.
 The Department of Health made available to schools the results of a Developmental Survey of 45 per cent of the
children entering schools. Every encouragement was given to school systems to
carry out structured screening of
Kindergarten and Grade I pupils to
discover and remove impediments
to learning.
Throughout the year there was also
intensive consultation with the Department of Human Resources. That Department's Special Services to Children
Guidelines led to a massive involvement
in the school districts of workers who
provided very individualized programs,
mainly social, for children with problems.
The educational aspects of these programs are now the concern of Integrated
and Supportive Services. School districts
also began to assume the responsibility
for the educational component in each of
the provincial institutions or in special
facilities set up by the Department of
Human Resources.
A particularly important aspect of the
extension of education to all who can
benefit is the plan to provide better
services to children in Woodlands and
Tranquille. Education's specific programs
for the trainable mentally retarded at the
local level are relieving the pressure on
the institutions and plans are set for
further increases in September, 1975. The
regulations relating to numbers required
in order to conduct classes for children
with very specific disabilities have been
removed from the Public Schools Act. This
makes it possible to set up and fund
programs in isolated and rural areas. The
services provided by the Department of
Human Resources to individual children
and their parents have also increased.
This enlightened and joint approach
makes it possible for children who are
mentally retarded to be cared for in their
own community rather than in a provincial
institution.
The Division also worked closely with
the Department of Labour. Initial efforts
began this year to integrate the Summer
Employment Programs with the Student
Financial Aid Programs. As a result of
studies carried out this spring there will
be a very close liaison between the
Summer Employment Programs of next
year and the Student Financial Aid
Programs.
Variations of the Work Study—Work
Experience Programs introduced in
September, 1974, by the Department of
Labour and the Department of Education
were operating in practically all school
districts by June, 1975.
The Work Study—Work Experience
Program is an excellent and most needed
educational strategy for meeting the
needs of all students including those with
learning disabilities. Plans were made in
the spring of 1975 to introduce into many
districts by September, 1975, pilot programs specifically designed for such
special groups as the mentally retarded.
It is anticipated that this is a strategic
use which will grow considerably year by
year since part of the normalization
process is to equip the handicapped to
make a living.
Growing out of the Work Study—Work
Experience Program is a study of the
feasibility of introducing apprenticeship
programs into the senior secondary
schools. Two pilot programs are planned
for September, 1975.
Finally, the year was marked by improved integration of a growing number
of Indian children into the public schools
system. Addition of home-school coordinators to many elementary schools
improved the relationship between the
children and the adults who are interested in the betterment of the
children.
In January an Advisory Committee to
the Minister was set up by the Union of
Indian Chiefs and the British Columbia
Association of Non-Status Indians under
the chairmanship of Robert Sterling.
Several information meetings were held.
The Committee completed the task of
writing the job description for the
Director of Indian Education. Thirty-four
applications were received for this
position and the new Director will be
appointed in time for the fall term. Representatives of the Indian Homemakers'
Association and the Native Indian
Teachers' Association sat as observers
during the interviews. An important milestone in January, 1975, was the coming
into being of the Nisgha School District.
Mr. A. V. MacMillen will be the District
Superintendent of Schools. It is likely that
this District will have an entirely Indian
School Board.
 tRESPONDENCE BRANCH
le most complete source of inform-
a concerning correspondence instruc-
as offered by the Department of
cation is contained in the booklet,
'respondence Education". This booklet
3ars in a revised form in July or
ust of each year. The 1974/75 booklet
orth the regulations as they applied
1 students aged five to senior citizens,
far school programs of study, a
lg of courses by name and number,
the topical outline for each secondary
ol and special vocational course,
le total number of courses offered in
/75 was 183 divided as follows:
ergarten to Grade VII, 57 courses;
ndary School (Grades VIII to XII),
courses; Special Vocational, 22
ses; and four short free courses. The
se in greatest demand during the
was the Metric System, a subject
national appeal. The metric course
slanted towards adults but was also
ired by several hundred teachers
eference purposes in the classroom,
would be difficult within the scope
annual report to treat all facets of so
an operation in detail. It is proposed
ifore to mention adults more par-
arly and to conclude with the usual
.tical analysis.
ults first began to be a significant
3 in correspondence education at
lose of the Second World War, when
eed or desire for further schooling
me very obvious. Most people were
to study at night only, or in other off-
hours, and correspondence educa-
/vas an answer. Students included
Canadians who needed a knowledge
glish, industrial workers interested
3 advancement, partially qualified
3ns who wished admission to diploma
legree-granting institutions, and
imakers with a desire for more
pal satisfaction or readiness to help
lement the family budget by work-
ht that time the Branch pioneered
vocational courses and English for
Canadians.
1963 approximately 50 per cent of
(plications for correspondence
es came from adults. The growth of
education in the schools and later
3gional colleges has not diminished
lercentage of enrolment.
In the early 1950's the Department of
Education began to develop special graduation programs for adults. They differed
from the regular school programs by
requiring adults to show satisfactory
standing in certain key and final year
courses. The evaluation of former school
records, special 'outside' courses, and
other significant experience became a
vital part of the placement of these
students. The old Registrar's Office
assumed this responsibility, particularly
when it involved 'outside' documents
which came from prospective students
and night school directors. Later this
responsibility, within the Department of
Education, passed principally to the
Correspondence Branch. In 1974/75 the
office prepared in excess of 1,000 letters
of evaluation. While most of these were
from students who would enrol for correspondence instruction, a significant
number were from persons who wished
an 'official' opinion.
Whether the adult has a partial program to complete for graduation or an
isolated course for upgrading in a vocation, he is generally in a hurry. The
development of adult courses has therefore received close attention in the
Branch. By way of illustration, with a
Grade VII or VIII background in English,
the adult may complete short courses
entitled English for Adults 1 and 2, and
be ready for Grade XII English. The
person with little background in mathematics may move from simple arithmetic
to a knowledge of logarithms in one
course, namely Industrial Mathematics.
The electrical apprentice may take the
course, Electricity for the Building Trades,
and gain sufficient knowledge to write
his theory examination for the Class C
Electrical Certificate. The 1974/75 booklet
included some 40 courses which could
bridge gaps quickly and efficiently for
these students.
 It is recognized that continuing education is for everyone today. This includes
senior citizens. It is not uncommon to
have octogenarians take an interest in
courses. Some even wish to complete the
graduation that was denied earlier. Most
however prefer short courses in subjects
which interest them. Identified among
these subject offerings in 1974/75 were
Basic Astronomy, Bookkeeping, Art 10
(Painting for Pleasure), Commercial Art,
Creative Writing, British Columbia-
Canada's Pacific Province, The Metric
System, The Realm of Canada, English
for Adults, Dressmaking, Beginner's
Language Courses in Latin, Russian,
German, Italian and Spanish.
How do adults perform on the basis of
correspondence instruction when they
work at courses in isolation? There is
evidence that adults over age 25 do better
than the adults between 19 and 24. Adults
over 25 possess more interest, maturity
and incentive. The completion rate discrepancy largely disappears when the
adult between 19 and 24 is counselled
and encouraged by a parent, teacher, or
other concerned person. The English
courses for New Canadians are good
examples of this. The Branch requests
the student to name some person, who
speaks English, to work with him. This
person does not need to be trained. His
interest and participation sustain the
student and the results are excellent.
Many adults prefer correspondence instruction because they can work at their
own speed, can refer back to the written
theory if they have missed it the first
time, and may receive a standing at any
time rather than at set times in the year.
The Branch enrolment figures for the
year 1974/75 were as follows:
General Enrolment:
1973/74   1974/75
Grades VIII-XII and
Special Vocational
Courses
13,313
13,879
Kindergarten
76
93
Grades I-VII (Victoria)
998
1,137
Grades I-VII
(Dawson Creek)
169
105
*Total Students
14,556
15,214
587
269
524
109
342
288
124
113
8
9
424
484
2,009
1,272
Certain groups for
whom free instruction
was provided:
Inmates of Institutions
Social Assistance Cases
Special Illness Cases
Recent Immigrants
Needed at Home
Distance Cases
The free instruction above represented
a waiving of enrolment fees in the amount
of $34,389 not including the special free
short courses.
*Of the total enrolment 58 per cent
were adults (19 years or older).
STUDENT SERVICES BRANCH
Revisions in the student assistance
program for the 1974/75 school year
enabled students to receive up to $2,900
in grants and loans for each educational
year. The first $200 of assessed need
($100 in the case of single-semester
applicants) was provided in grant funds.
The remaining need was met on a 50
per cent grant, 50 per cent loan basis to a
total maximum grant of $1,500 and total
loan of $1,400 for a full educational year.
During 1974/75, 70 per cent more grants
were authorized than in the previous
year. This amounted to just over $10
million. The changes not only assisted
more students, but also diminished the
loan debt of applicants.
All told there were 16,692 Canada
Student Loans valued at $9,824,375, and
14,621 Provincial Grants-in-Aid valued at
$10,489,777.
At the same time the Special Assistance Program aided individuals pursuing
a post-secondary program of study on a
part-time basis. Grants up to and including $250 were provided to assist
single parents and applicants from low-
income families.
The Student Services Branch administered the distribution of about 850
bursaries in cooperation with the Council
of Ministers of Education of Canada.
This program provided an opportunity for
British Columbians as well as residents
of other provinces to participate in
linguistic and cultural courses.
The Branch also participated in the
Federal-Provincial Bilingual Training
Program. Sixty-two British Columbia
students received fellowships up to
«9 rrn  ^nh tn dnHu in Franrnnhnnp
 (titutions. Funds were also provided
British Columbia Francophones to
dy at French-speaking universities.
Teacher Education Incentive Grants
•re made available to British Columbia
iidents who were in a position to
dertake additional professional studies
lich would permit them to enter the
ssroom in September, 1974. These in-
itive grants were part of a comprehen-
e program mounted to meet the
mediate and projected needs for
ditional fully-qualified teachers and to
prove the overall quality of education
the Province.
Three types of Teacher Education
;entive Grants were Professional
fresher Studies Grants, Professional
grading Studies Grants, and Internship
igram Grants.
•UNG VOYAGEUR PROGRAM
Jnder the sponsorship of the 1974
ung Voyageur Program, 26 groups of
mg people from British Columbia
rticipated in exchanges with com-
nities in other Canadian provinces,
ice it began in 1964, this program has
ered a unique blend of educational ex-
(iences to secondary school students
oughout the Province. In British
lumbia, the Young Voyageur Program is
irdinated jointly by the Department of
(cation and the Federal Department
he Secretary of State. Participants
erally travelled in groups consisting of
10 boys, 10 girls and two adult group
leaders, although some special units had
up to 30 participants.
With the highly successful 1974 program behind them, school districts around
the Province spent the spring of 1975
planning for exchanges slated to take
place after June 30, 1975. It was projected that a total of 54 group leaders and
548 students, most of them in Grade X,
would travel from British Columbia. In
turn, this Province was preparing to host
an equal number of visitors, with the aid
of school boards and municipal officials
in participating centres. Communities
which agreed to host were: Burnaby,
Dawson Creek, Fernie, Kamloops,
Kelowna, Langley, Maple Ridge, Mission,
Nanaimo, North Vancouver, Penticton,
Powell River, Quesnel, Richmond, Salmon
Arm, Sooke, Surrey, Terrace, Trail,
Vancouver (two groups), Vernon, Victoria
(two groups), and West Vancouver.
It was planned to include in these 25
exchanges two special integrated projects for able-bodied and disabled young
people; two summer study projects involving highly contrasting communities:
and four in-school exchanges involving
in-depth studies of aspects of the
Grade X curriculum.
Our exchanges were to be distributed
by province as follows: Quebec, eight
groups; Ontario, seven; New Brunswick,
three; Newfoundland, two; Nova Scotia,
two; Manitoba, two; Alberta, one.
  STATISTICAL TABLES
F 35
STATISTICAL TABLES
Page
1. Pupils  37
2. Teachers  121
3. Financial Data  141
4. Schools  151
5. Post-secondary Education  159
PUPILS
Table
1.1 Net Enrolment and Average Daily Attendance  37
1.2 Distribution of Pupils by Grade and Sex  38
1.3 Net Enrolment by Program, Grades XI and XII  39
1.4 Summary of Net Enrolment  58
1.5 Recapitulation of Net Enrolment by Type of School, Grade, and Sex of
Pupil  116
1.6 Changes in Net Enrolment During the School-year, From September to
September, and From June to June  118
  STATISTICAL TABLES F 37
TABLE  1.1    NET ENROLMENT1 AND AVERAGE DAILY
ATTENDANCE
Enrolment in the public schools rose from 548,999 in June 1974 to 553,991 in
June 1975. A 3,705 increase in Kindergarten pupils combined with a 5,576
secondary increase outweighed a Grade I to VII decrease of 4,289.
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
ofFTE
Net Enrolment
1
21     1       II Old.
11,377
53,657
37,664
3,478
6,112
157,926
22,601
108,044
77,486
7,322
12,665
325,873
4.1
19.5
14.0
1.3
2.3
58.8
18,237.5
90,940.4
68,519.3
6,311.4
11,205.3
299,662.8
80.69
Secondary 	
3unior secondary^	
Elementary-senior secondary
Elementary-junior secondary..
Elementary   	
124
125
16
55
1,230
54,387
39,822
3,844
6,553
167,947
84.17
88.43
87.91
90.46
97.33
Totals  ... .
1,573    |    283,777
1
270,214
553,991
100.0
494,876.7
92.40
1 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 1,972 officially registered in other schools)      3,347
In the Elementary School Correspondence classes, regular
students         1,186
Under section 20 of the Public Schools Act, pupils receiving
instruction   149
4,682
Adult Education
Canadian Vocational Training Program—
Day   54,182
Night  26,493
Public School Adult Education  119,7712
Secondary School Correspondence (adults only)   8,536
Elementary School Correspondence (adults only)   24
Public colleges and British Columbia Institute of Technology—
Full time   14,181
Part time   15,436
238,623
2 Includes 99,761 nonvocational.
 F 38 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
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 1974/75 and a comparison of the totals with 1973/74:
Grade
Boys
Girls
Total
1974/75
Total
1973/74
Ratio
1975:1974
Secondary
Grade XIIi	
Grade XI	
Totals, senior secondary grades2._
Grade X~	
Grade IX 	
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 I    	
Kindergarten  „ —
Totals, primary grades	
Totals, elementary grades	
Grand totals 	
16,731    |
19,932    I
17,403
19,788
34,134
39,720
33,353
38,046
36,663
37,191
73,854
71,399
1.034
22,001
24,112
24,440
21,638
23,412
23,497
43,639
47,524
47,937
41,962
45,777
47,760
1.040
1.038
1.004
70,553
68,547
139,100
135,499
1.027
730
916
904
427
456
488
1,157
1,372
1,392
1,217
1,397
1,787
0.951
0.982
0.779
2,550
1,371
3,921
4,401
0.891
73,103
69,918
143,021
139,900
1.022
109,766
107,109
216,875
211,299
1.026
3,021
23,395
23,750
22,991
21,014
94,171
1,608
19,604
19,304
20,406
18,918
79,840
174,011
283,777
769
,630
597
,817
,940
,753
898
.472
,323
,730
,929
4,790
46,025
46,347
44,808
40,954
182,924
2,506
38,076
37,627
39,136
36,847
4,232
45,712
45,520
45,693
44,394
185,551
2,712
40,628
37,666
38,001
33,142
74,352
154,192
152,149
163,
"270",
105    |
337,116
~553~,99lT
337,700    |
548,999~
1.023
1.044
1.132
1.007
1.018
0.981
0.923
0.986
0.924
0.937
0.999
1.030
1.112
1.013
0.998
1.009
r Includes January graduates and dropouts during the school-year.
2 See pages 39 to 47 for enrolment by program in Grades XI and XII.
Source: June 30, Form B.
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EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kinder
garten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
n
III
District No. 1 (Fernie)
Secondary—
588
492
318
27
472
366
46
40
244
557
569
309
256
168
12
256
194
23
22
136
282
279
279
236
150
15
216
172
23
18
108
275
290
21
2
48
49
4
2
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90
19
4
80
65
6
10
38
65
80
22
2
58
63
5
4
31
62
68
Sparwood	
22
Elementary—
5
54
Elkford              ....                    ■
33
Elko      _  	
6
3
42
62
62
Totals, District No. 1 -	
3,719
1,937
1,782
293
367
315
289
District No. 2 (Cranbrook)
972
534
534
573
500
407
13
463
293
14
410
504
266
261
298
276
206
7
232
145
6
209
468
268
273
275
224
201
6
231
148
8
201
97
45
47
2
44
48
2
43
60
76
52
5
47
56
2
41
81
72
58
2
53
50
1
44
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Elementary—■
63
61
40
2
T. M. Roberts                   	
49
53
3
55
Totals, District No. 2	
4,713
2,410
2,303
328
339
361
326
District No. 3 (Kimberley)
Secondary—Selkirk 	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—McKim 	
Elementary—
537
452
218
102
197
194
90
29
48
425
282
233
109
62
93
101
55
15
26
205
255
219
109
40
104
93
35
14
22
220
44
13
44
22
16
17
45
13
28
24
14
18
37
37
14
33
19
12
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46
31
11
32
23
20
Ta Ta   	
13
Wasa — 	
A. A. Watkins	
30
Totals, District No. 3          	
2,292
1,181
1,111
156
179
175
160
District No. 4 (Windermere)
492
202
140
189
203
46
58
34
105
246
103
57
107
107
16
28
18
55
246
99
83
82
96
30
30
16
50
22
24
17
13
44
13
16
24
10
9
11
10
18
23
22
11
6
12
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Canal Flats	
31
14
Elementary—
14
23
11
6
Windermere	
9
Totals, District No. 4	
1,469
737
732
76
127
102
108
District No. 7 (Nelson)
Secondary—
19
636
251
627
321
114
14
315
126
310
170
66
5
321
125
317
151
48
24
L. V. Rogers  	
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Elementary-Junior Secondary—W. E. Graham	
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57
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34
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EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
1
I
II
III
District No. 7 (Nelson)—Continued
Elementary—
31
205
343
160
110
343
85
29
44
233
366
53
57
57
229
52
66
104
37
18
85
167
78
61
167
43
12
23
120
205
33
32
31
124
26
36
47
14
13
120
176
82
49
176
42
17
21
113
161
20
25
26
105
26
30
57
23
39
48
48
29
48
20
45
10
6
26
24
29
40
7
7
32
29
13
7
11
22
21
15
6
7
21
25
22
29
28
6
5
36
36
15
7
10
19
19
1
1
25
21
16
21
33
10
6
21
41
25
9
5
26
25
2
Blewett -	
Hume          _	
Willow Point
Totals, District No. 7  	
4,577
2,327
2,250
311
295
286
287
District No. 9 (Castlegar)
897
327
104
41
164
384
48
68
216
37
166
372
99
140
463
161
50
27
94
218
25
31
103
13
87
190
51
71
434
166
54
14
70
166
23
37
113
24
79
182
48
69
57
32
18
46
19
15
31
44
25
10
15
16
16
26
13
20
10
52
27
5
11
26
23
8
26
15
29
7
14
37
10
12
51
19
13
Elementary—
3,063
1,584
1,479
172
211
208
207
District No. 10 (Arrow Lakes)
319
259
57
58
31
135
244
160
131
35
29
15
73
121
159
128
22
29
16
62
123
17
10
8
2
46
18
9
8
3
14
23
22
12
6
5
13
29
21
8
6
5
14
34
Elementary—
Totals, District No. 10            	
1,103
564
539
83
75
87
88
District No. 11 (Trail)
Secondary—■
1,072
386
278
561
253
489
50
274
323
239
345
133
586
200
146
287
145
281
20
143
156
113
183
73
486
186
132
274
108
208
30
131
167
126
162
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47
17
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47
26
28
18
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36
50
10
19
37
25
38
14
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23
53
11
27
45
27
46
10
1
28
56
12
30
35
31
31
15
Junior Secondary—
Trail       -              	
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Fruitvale 	
Maclean      	
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NET ENROLMENT—-Continued
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Grade
Inter-    Occupational
Grade
Special
IV
v
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
vni
IX
X
XI
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3
7
7
23
24
18
29
52
48
75
55
30
30
33
29
13
18
45
10
7
39
46
13
6
28
61
15
13
43
42
24
34
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42
44
53
53
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340
424
364
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400
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EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 11 (Trail)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
65
400
311
30
202
158
35
198
153
40
37
13
40
29
15
40
34
11
28
32
Totals, District No. 11-             	
5,179
2,723
2,456
307
311
331
309
District No. 12 (Grand Forks)
636
78
245
604
315
41
121
315
321
37
124
289
47
49
9
19
74
9
22
64
Elementary—
8
30
Dr. D. A. Perley 	
81
Totals, District No. 12  	
1,563
792
771
96
102
95
119
District No. 13 (Kettle Valley)
297
54
42
217
50
76
34
143
25
22
107
25
40
19
154
29
20
110
25
36
15
12
13
19
11
4
7
4
13
12
1
5
6
21
10
7
Elementary—
6
19
Greenwood—     	
Kettle Valley  	
17
21
2
Totals, District No. 13	
770
381
389
59
37
49
65
District No. 14 (Southern Okanagan)
763
558
217
519
290
140
403
308
107
274
155
70
360
250
110
245
135
70
28
64
42
23
81
39
30
26
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31
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Osoyoos 	
Elementary—
25
24
28
60
28
Totals, District No. 14...  	
2,487
1,317
1,170
134
143
172
165
District No. 15 (Penticton)
1,201
511
480
488
189
116
126
339
442
445
553
19
257
117
598
266
238
245
92
56
65
158
229
221
278
12
133
65
603
245
242
243
97
60
61
181
213
224
275
7
124
52
24
41
14
14
44
45
53
55
26
11
30
42
12
9
34
37
57
71
28
12
43
37
13
18
34
26
30
53
30
15
Junior Secondary—
Elementary—
55
33
Kaleden 	
18
13
40
O'Connell           _	
43
63
73
Tillicum    	
Uplands  - - 	
West Bench._ _....	
30
9
Totals, District No. 15 	
5,283
2,656
2,627
327
332
299
377
District No. 16 (Keremeos)
294
135
61
212
33
159
68
29
111
18
135
67
32
101
15
33
	
17
5
28
11
7
21
Elementary—
15
13
23
Totals, District No. 16  	
735
385
350
33
50
39
51
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 63
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
Special
1
mary
rv
V  1 VI
1     1
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
11
15
	
11
40
48
70
72
11
	
41
58
49
31
	
	
39
358
412
422
373
42
12 |   12 |   14
491
450
475
419
402
149
144
126
118
99
	
17
29
11
33
14
33
10
32
	
—
3
74
91
78
88
2
	
	
	
	
	
3
120
135 |  125
130
2 1   1   1 	
149
144
126
118
99
76
69
59
60
33
4
10
4
6
	
21
52
33
41
8
16 |  11
15
22
4
2
9
5
	
	
	
59
80
57
67
  1 -	
76
69
59
60
33
11
15
10
142
140
126
176
143
57
66
70
75
78
90
67
33
20
31
32
99
130
121
127
14
—
189
216 |  222
234
14
11
15 |   10
220
230
193
176
143
10
9
12
124
114
156
416
360
	
........
167
176
201
172
143
132
	
57
36
89
95
95
	
13
19
14
22
16
22
16
9
	
	
38
46
52
51
22
46
47
73
32
72
58
65
28
61
76
78
34
69
61
85
49
21
19
........
	
17
21 |  19
13
	
	
	
	
	
22
378
415 |  453
448
50
9 |  12
467
487
431
416
360
9
3
73
70
51
46
42
18
28
21
25
...
8
6
10
12
	
3
34
29
34
34
6
........
3
60
63
65
71
6
9
3 | ........
1
73
70
51
46
42
 F 64 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
1     II
1
III
District No. 17 (Princeton)
Elementary-Senior Secondary—Princeton—	
Elementary—■
682
161
10
34
200
343
93
8
17
102
339
68
2
17
98
64
1
17
25
1
5
33
19
27
1
6
28
21
28
1
5
35
Totals, District No. 17	
1,087
563
524
65
81
81
90
District No. 18 (Golden)
625
316
89
33
81
33
400
191
314
160
56
12
38
15
203
107
311
156
33
21
43
18
197
84
47
50
34
32
17
7
16
4
45
16
34
8
5
13
4
41
25
33
18
5
13
5
43
27
Elementary—
Field                 	
Totals, District No. 18 .-	
1,768
905
863
131
137
130
144
District No. 19 (Revelstoke)
769
326
83
134
247
228
409
237
7
386
165
42
78
131
116
213
132
4
383
161
41
56
116
112
196
105
3
33
51
46
47
1
35
22
47
29
28
51
26
23
25
27
31
51
20
20
64
29
59
1
Elementary—
Selkirk	
Trout Lake	
Totals, District No. 19 ._	
2,440
1,267
1.173
178
212
183
193
District No. 21 (Armstrong-Spallumcheen)
Secondary—Pleasant Valley.	
299
269
454
372
148
134
227
201
151
135
227
171
85
74
103
95
Elementary—
Len W. Wood  	
Totals, District No. 21	
1,394
710
684
85
74
103
95
District No. 22 (Vernon)
Secondary—
Charles Bloom 	
601
1,179
861
1,004
275
396
529
107
465
549
240
548
178
343
31 |
380 |
481 |
598 |
298
581
432
549
140
219
276
51
238
298
109
303
98
176
19
200
242
312
303
598
429
455
135
177
253
56
227
251
131
245
80
167
12
180
239
286
45
45
7
48
58
23
56
17
53
41
48
54 |
51
49
44
16
44
57
26
69
20
39
39 |
49
65 |
36
51
62
10
55
64
24
59
18
34
55
55
88
43
43
60
15
45
57
28
67
19
31
49
42
69
Vernon	
Junior Secondary—
Clarence Fulton   ....     	
W. L. Seaton  	
Elementary—
Alexis Park 	
BX .              ...   .
Beairsto....
Cherryville       .
Coldstream	
Harwood  	
Hillview	
J.W. Inglis..   -	
Lavington	
My School... 	
Okanagan Landing 	
Silver Star	
Totals, District No. 22	
8,765 |
4,541
4,224
495
1
568
1
611
568
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 65
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
1
rv I v
l
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
1    1    1
VIII 1 IX I  X j XI
xn
5
21
23
2
4
27
20
25
3
6
42
29
28
8
35
107
1
107
72
72
77
56
5 |  77 |  96 |  100 ]  108
........ | ........ |   | 	
107 |  72 |   72 |   77
56
11
29
16
10
15
5
47
22
	
33
16
6
8
5
57
29
36
14
16
7
44
38
54
3
73
7
3
4
4
157
158
115 |   92
92
11 |  144 |  154 |  155 |  130
7 |    3
4 |    4
157 |  158 |  115 |  92
92
32
18
23
28
29
27
29
25
19
24
35
99
2
35
20
24
30
113
1
30
170
2
........
3
14
7
175
36
	
142
29
	
152
25
150
126
  |  186 |  204 |  223 [  202
.-- |   3 |   14
7
211 |  171 |  177 |  150
126
97
121
108
135
1
-- 1 ---
--- !  -
-— 1 	
8 | ........
113
........
156
........
117
107
75
97
121
108
135
8 1 	
113 |  156
117
107 i   75
10
6
43
52
68
10
65
79
32
76
27
39
41
64
66
34
50
95
23
59
72
37
70
20
48
50
82
79
36
56
78
11
66
85
30
67
25
60
52
73
86
32
50
77
15
83
77
40
74
32
39
	
53
68
91
	
........
........
	
........
25
........
........
........
19
........
........
	
18
18
152
308
332
	
1.
3(
3!
.....
.....
	
.....
'1
0
5
149
117
253
262
87
575
62
487
16
662
719
725 1  731
1
25 |   19
18
18
792 |  806
|
781
662
549
 F 66 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
1
!     II
1
III
District No. 23 (Central Okanagan)
Secondary—
460
1,886
876
562
815
24
716
578
485
458
521
107
28
140
247
120
75
123
57
366
52
222
102
55
140
495
34
282
358
92
366
98
59
184
110
204
117
375
523
464
386
150
583
341
498
193
619
229
399
251
886
479
265
421
16
353
294
237
214
267
64
13
71
139
52
41
56
35
178
37
127
59
30
64
258
17
134
196
43
199
52
28
97
48
94
63
200
285
234
196
88
300
167
254
91
297
119
205
209
999
397
297
394
8
363
284
248
244
254
43
15
69
108
68
34
67
22
188
15
95
43
25
76
237
17
148
162
49
167
46
31
87
62
110
54
175
238
230
190
62
283
174
244
102
322
110
194
98
109
107
46
50
44
44
53
29
37
108
51
50
98
54
37
48
8
33
9
36
39
25
24
21
42
~25
14
68
31
74
21
37
34
66
44
55
16
61
40
27
71
76
1
1
44
62
20
19
11
21
35
22
31
19
41
30
19
74
28
57
16
__
34
81
56
33
25
66
68
12
34
70
50
37
59
20
22
11
34
35
22
23
45
25
33
15
76
39
18
20
34
31
70
53
51
20
67
38
76
31
56
49
Junior Secondary—
KLO                                               	
Elementary—
Benvoulin   -	
Glenrosa -      	
South Rutland       	
West Rutland                	
Winfield	
Totals, District No. 23            	
16,374
8,315
8.059
978
1,082
1,121
1,110
District No. 24 (Kamloops)
Secondary—
342
408
1,024
1,271
829
1
867 1
1,071 1
798
350
647 |
12 1
1
169
204
495
622
406
422
571
402
175
330
7  1
173
204
529
649
423
445
500
396
175
317
5
........ |
  1
4!
Junior Secondary—
Brocklehurst	
Sa Hali	
Valleyview-  	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Red Lake
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 67
Pri
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
mary
Special
IV
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
130
127
88
74
41
12
39
161
157
206
655
656
 - 1 	
260
211
191
145
69
........
131
255
176
322
260
233
	
	
24
243
247
258
218
215
113
	
170
168
147
59
48
72
63
55
61
38
62
44
65
"58
	
	
34
51
64
67
11 I 	
27
17
	
  1 -	
  1 ---
	
26
22
41
65
26
122
153
15
27
33
20
33
25
29
32
24
37
57
71
80
109
10
~~ 38
88
13
41
63
50
135
79
45
77
43
24
........
	
	
24
	
	
  1 	
  1 -—
38
41
42
49
	
27
45
35
61
81
75
82
68
	
67
63
58
72
45
65
49
88
18
27
25
19
80
65
102
92
50
53
44
48
87
102
107
114
45
24
32
	
	
78
63
96
87
	
11
33
127
100
128
  |  	
....
	
36
1.256
1.390
1,442
1,485
108 |	
39
1,533
1.399
1,324
1.129
942
89
74
69
59
51
74
84
101
118
88
531
61
I  375
|  20
1  39
  1   12
36
49
17
22
235
294
318
241
216
1  273
387
204
123
169
280
274
270
I  594
127
554
82
—  1 	
192
[  158
..
  |   13
12 1  -
184
251
187
	
1
2
3
  1 	
  1 ---
1
2
	
1 .
1
 F 68
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 24 (Kamloops)—Continued
Elementary—
9
447
658
339
591
9
301
246
15
458
343
611
86
292
431
45
560
32
458
255
34
226
44
406
229
547
613
290
143
451
260
520
430
474
457
71
232
7
248
338
172
291
5
174
131
7
228
166
301
51
148
218
28
303
10
252
140
13
111
26
208
118
276
296
153
80
232
131
279
218
245
230
30
122
2
199
320
167
300
4
127
115
8
230
177
310
35
144
213
17
257
22
206
115
21
115
18
198
111
271
317
137
63
219
129
241
212
229
227
41
110
48
71
29
78
2
69
55
63
45
86
35
77
33
33
36
12
47
32
36
80
36
19
41
20
81
57
54
61
32
52
84
35
43
58
78
3
43
44
82
48
20
71
7
49
36
8
23
12
49
27
47
62
26
14
43
23
63
52
48
55
22
43
71
35
62
66
43
1
58
33
66
46
12
62
7
44
46
4
25
15
35
26
59
64
23
15
56
27
56
43
33
59
20
1
51
74
39
69
57
70
2
63
33
70
44
13
63
3
40
29
12
25
5
45
29
37
67
34
17
51
22
53
56
56
45
10
33
Ralph Bell              .            	
Chu Chua                                      	
Haldane 	
Heffley Creek                                  	
Little Fort                            	
A. E. Perry       	
John Tod 	
Stuart Wood...   __
Totals, District No. 24 ._	
19,232
9,789
9.443
1,372
1,327
1,255
1,318
District No. 26 (North Thompson)
468
14
72
87
287
229
105
57
231
6
40
42
145
114
51
31
237
8
32
45
142
115
54
26
12
41
........
32
2
13
12
72
11
2
13
10
66
14
4
7
11
50
15
	
Elementary—
Totals, District No. 26	
1,319
660
659
85
110
105
87
District No. 27 (Cariboo-Chilcotin)
341
662
465
783
635
72
124
52
118
121
53
24
102
166
334
249
392
337
36
64
30
67
74
30
11
55
175
328
216
391
298.
36
60
22
51
47
23
13
47
10
9
5
11
17
9
16
7
6
7
6
5
16
3
16
5
13
11
6
1
6
5
17
11
8
17
7
7
9
Junior Secondary—■
100 Mile House                          	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Anahim Lake   _ 	
Likely —         ....	
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 69
Pri
Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
mary
Special
IV    1
V     1    VI
1
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
LX
X
XI
XII
4
1
3
55
65
54
72
7
	
75
89
94
100
47
43
61
50
48
103
80
108
4
2
1
51
	
1
4
4
51
55
70
55
42
49
52
45
72
73
85
77
17
60
71
81
80
69
	
4
......
56
52
3
59
35
5
44
77
5
69
31
5
60
84
7
77
28
77
74
70
17
17
17
19
25
25
29
19
	
	
36
52 1       67 I
67
8
25
22
23
21
24
	
	
59
101
109
99
  1    -
	
69
101
87
83
37
48
52
34
—- 1   	
19
23
24
12
  |   	
55
48
81
76
.—.. |   ........
31
44
42
51
  1   	
  1   -	
67
76
74
50
	
	
48
55
69
50
	
	
15
55
54
12
66
67
23
56
43
13
76
73
13
15
........
	
•
10
25
27
34
29
	
	
90
1,335
1,567 |  1,645
1,581
133 |       84 |       97 |       39
1,629
1,647
1,591
1,399
1,123
1
138
114
94
70
52
6
........
  1   	
13
15
11
  1   ---
14
11 |         9
8
  1   -—-
83
69 |       80
55
  1   -—-
16
  1   	
19 1       15
  1   	
40
  1   	
—. |   ........
  1   -	
|     132
114 |     115
103
  1  1     1   -   -
138
114
94
70
52
187
1
154
-  1   —-
I       48
320
294
  I   	
.-—. I   	
-  I   -	
187
189
89
— 1   	
  1   	
283
268
|     232
 - I   -	
........ |       10
11
6
225
196
187
7
|       10 1        5
10
17
6
12
13 |       20
10
4
6
7
1         6 1         2
3
2
18
7 |       22
17
11
11
15
|       12 |       12
17
9
10
8
5 |         5
5
  1   ---
2
9
3
2 |        2
1
  1   -	
3
!   	
9
14 |       13
1             1
7
  1   -—
11
1
1
1   	
1
 F 70
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
111
District No. 27 (Cariboo-Chilcotin)—Continued
Elementary—
8
33
98
290
21
204
304
18
19
13
5
209
20
360
154
13
151
134
22
53
68
472
37
403
627
20
155
36
560
138
283
3
21
55
161
8
121
178
9
12
6
3
106
7
191
77
7
73
65
12
32
32
225
17
197
310
9
89
16
318
74
142
5
12
43
129
13
83
126
9
7
7
2
103
13
169
77
6
78
69
10
21
36
247
20
206
317
11
66
20
242
64
141
2
12
43
41
41
15
4
46
16
14
6
10
41
3
44
47
24
84
15
2
12
36
5
29
34
5
1
3
33
1
55
33
1
23
14
4
10
57
12
49
88
4
18
7
53
33
37
5
14
42
5
14
45
1
4
2
1
23
1
46
24
3
15
10
5
6
49
8
50
68
2
21
4
51
15
20
1
4
12
22
4
19
31
2
3
4
33
4
38
29
2
14
10
1
10
11
45
5
37
81
4
21
6
58
21
51
Tatlayoko Lake   - 	
93 Mile                      	
150 Mile House _  -	
Totals, District No. 27	
8,480
4,421
4,059
560
731
615
664
District No. 28 (Quesnel)
607
577
845
76
83
37
580
211
352
212
314
93
200
136
296
46
237
23
327
122
234
105
116
141
272
286
435
43
38
19
297
119
178
111
149
48
93
73
155
28
132
16
175
71
115
61
57
74
335
291
410
33
45
18
283
92
174
101
165
45
107
63
141
18
105
7
152
51
119
44
59
67
8
4
67
31
71
87
36
42
9
9
6
5
73
21
35
28
31
29
22
38
8
19
2
37
24
32
17
20
21
10
5
7
53
38
35
25
31
37
19
45
5
23
3
41
12
39
13
24
13
13
8
67
31
44
35
35
16
15
39
7
29
6
38
18
26
15
16
21
Junior Secondary—
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Elementary—
Red Bluff     .... ._._.	
Rich Bar          	
Totals, District No. 28	
5,970
3,045
2,925
355
477
478
479
District No. 29 (Lillooet)
356
80
176
46
180
34
11
1
7
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 71
Pri
Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
mary
Special
IV
V
VI
VII
Special
1           2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
2
4
1
1
2
16
38
24
39
3
3
1
4
10
38
2
28
42
3
4
3
3
6
22
30
5
29
33
1
1
7
41
20
39
3
4
	
	
19
31 |       31
24
2
2
5
1
........
38
51
45
41
_
18
22
28
	
2
2
3
_
	
23
19
20
21
._
	
21
20
18
27
9
4
8
8
3
12
5
11
5
9
6
	
77
62
74
67
6
3
59
50
57
57
13
89
2
16
6
81
3
17
10
84
2
22
3
67
3
16
9
	
	
56
64
66
114
14
  1   	
17
32
20
  1   	
	
—. ! .	
40
42
43
35
  1   -	
	
— | 	
14
724
731 |     762
669
23 |       10 ]       11 |         6
754
695
556
507 |     448
	
..
19
10
8
232
279
217
305
51
128
224
326
230
4
12
7
7
14
7
13
4
11
10
4
7
7
8
6
67
70
83
100
37
24
30
30
40
60
56
51
30
33
34
27
25
33
38
41
9
6
	
30
32 1       30
26
14
17
14
35
44
48
43
39
	
	
10
8
8
........
.    ...
17
28
29
50
6
..
6
6
40
56
37
36
22
19
13
14
28
38 |       43
28
	
	
11
14 |       13
13
_„,	
	
25
31 [   	
17
28 1       19
22
	
	
481
572 |     507
530
27 |       19 |       10
8
535
526
410 |     326 |     230
1
	
3
6
4
90
87
I             1
1             1
74 |       52 |       40
9
12 |       19
11
  1   -	
1
11
 ! 1	
 F 72
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
I
Total   I   Boys
Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
II     I    III
District No. 29 (Lillooet)-
Elementary—
Cayoosh
-Continued
Gold Bridge..
Pavilion...	
Riverview	
Seton Lake	
Totals, District No. 29-
District No. 30 (South Cariboo)
Secondary—
Ashcroft  -	
Kumsheen    	
Junior Secondary—David Stoddart.
Elementary—
Ashcroft...   —
Big Bar Creek   	
Cache Creek....  —
Clinton 	
Coppervale._	
Lytton 	
Spences Bridge ....
70 Mile House.....
Totals, District No. 30-
District No. 31 (Merritt)
Secondary—Merritt  	
Elementary—
Collettville   	
Diamond Vale ..
Kengard	
Merritt Bench...
Merritt Central-
Nicola Lake	
Nicola-Canford.
Totals, District No. 31..
District No. 32 (Hope)
Secondary—Hope —	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
C. E. Barry ... 	
Boston Bar  	
Elementary—
Coquihalla..
North Bend..
Silver Creek.
Tillicum	
Yale	
Totals, District No. 32—	
District No. 33 (Chilliwack)
Secondary—■
Chilliwack    	
Sardis —___.— ____ —  	
Junior Secondary—
Chilliwack...  	
Rosedale  	
A. D. Rundle   	
Vedder   	
Elementary—
Atchelitz _	
Bernard	
Central     	
Chadsey...	
Cheam 	
CultusLake	
East Chilliwack.
408
11
29
135
14
218
6
13
72
9
190
5
16
63
5
40
26
I
50 I
1 I
4 I
I
15
1
4
50
14
1,033
502
170
128
387
16
377
251
82
312
50
76
540 |   493
66 |  69 |
81
255
97
70
197
9
196
117
39
165
27
43
247
73
58
190
7
181
134
43
147
23
33
48
3
34
26
26
7
28
5
66
20
28
32
2
30
45
31
25
29
5
9
2,351 | 1,215 | 1,136
978
481
140
63
371
196
283
138
152
96
528
262
39
20
354
197
497
77
175
145
56
266
19
157
91
70
15
17
51
61
15
21
22
18
65
56
19
13
45
38
845
1,453
487
242
312
165
195
97
513
266
94
50
226
121
5
3
72
34
1,392
161 |  232 |  224
I
245
147
98
247
44
105
2
38
50
26
31
21
72
10
26
13
11
76
8
32
1,904 |  978 |
926
1,167
1,035 |
610
530
623 304
327 160
405 | 207
510 j 268
108 [
365 |
453 |
68 j
129 |
132 |
134 |
60
190
228
37
63
71
69
557
505
319
167
198
242
48
175
225
31
66
61
65
13
42
20
8
21
16
17
I
11
20
23
11
15
10
16
10
1
5
59
33
1
31
21
29
46
7
9
144 |  189 |  174 |  177
23
40
22
18
31
7
43
184
70
7
28
11
113 |  142 |  138 [  127
13
37
24
11
11
14
16
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 73
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
Special
!     1
IV 1  V  1 VI
1     1
VII
1
1    2
1
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
i
76
3
3
67
2
5
70
2
2
80
6
	
	
	
	
	
	
1 |  91
86 |  93 |  97
  |   3 |   6 |   4
101 |  87 |  74 |  52 |  40
50
1
61
27
51
9
13
49
2
27
50
45
11
12
55
2
64
41
35
9
11
81
2
49
35
38
14
13
10
6
11
........
1
........
148
36
41
103
35
51
90
34
36
)5
26
66
21
  |  212
196 |  217
219
23 |   6 |  11 |   1
225 |  189
160 |  121 ]  87
8
22
58
24
18
65
	
63
26
57
35
21
70
53
18
49
43
23
82
62
19
55
32
32
81
50
12
9
........
8
263
188
202
174
122
8 |  250 |  262 |  277 |  269
 - 1   12 I ,  9
8
263
188 |  202 |  174 |  122
-----
23
55
11
41
10
13
96
8
38
15
22
94
9
30
6
157
22
15
5
	
155
38
139
34
149
113
86
  |  140 |  170 |  161 |  194
5 1 —- 1 	
193 I  173 |  149 |  113 |  86
13
63
69
11
19
20
20
20
49
100
12
17
24
25
-
21
56
79
15
30
14
7
17
48
88
16
34
33
10
15
21
20
160
275
122
158
203
106
185
184
121
138
167
124
171
149
84
99
140
447
281
449
238
 F 74 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
m
District No. 33 (Chilliwack)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
59
113
201
137
178
421
35
220
64
124
199
201
392
398
32
111
260
664
296
28
66
103
74
83
238
18
110
36
69
91
101
213
200
22
60
121
338
153
31
47
98
63
95
183
17
110
28
55
108
100
179
198
10
51
139
326
143
49
49
49
56
43
25
47
49
52
36
10
16
25
29
14
34
9
19
4
10
25
29
44
62
23
21
56
33
13
19
16
26
15
43
9
29
5
28
20
31
52
13
31
82
33
n
8
14
33
12
40
10
25
10
36
18
40
66
11
30
51
33
Yarrow  '    —	
Totals, District No. 33 	
9,561
4,921
4,640
555
600
571
574
District No. 34 (Abbotsford)
Senior Secondary—Abbotsford ..	
Junior Secondary—
1,188
706
611
334
429
220
187
301
34
154
67
288
397
11
121
121
52
605
22
68
159
15
99
159
26
252
103
465
93
48
105
172
206
223
409
22
283
237
556
360
308
185
217
86
109
149
16
81
35
143
204
6
54
59
24
313
15
41
85
10
54
87
16
132
54
239
57
24
52
85
118
116
203
14
125
135
632
346
303
149
212
134
78
152
18
73
32
145
193
5
67
62
28
292
7
27
74
5
45
72
10
120
49
226
36
24
53
87
88
107
206
8
158
102
47
38
36
34
41
55
83
37
46
40
57
87
50
47
16
30
26
3
32
46
3
18
21
4
61
10
10
23
5
13
19
33
13
59
18
10
17
21
21
48
11
25
27
37
14
37
29
8
32
32
4
18
12
6
57
12
6
24
3
11
18
26
11
44
8
13
14
15
19
39
7
31
33
33
10
37
21
8
29
53
4
17
17
5
67
7
14
7
14
13
32
14
50
10
12
12
18
21
41
4
30
29
Elementary—
Clayburn     —   	
Godson   	
Huntingdon    . 	
Philip Sheffield	
Totals, District No. 34	
8,992
4,567
4,425
651
690
620
629
District No. 35 (Langley)
857
802
423
420
434
382
Secondary—Aldergrove.        	
J
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 75
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
IV
V
1
VI
1
VII
Special
1
1  1  2
1
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
13
2
10
18
16
20
16
18
23
24
32
	
17
22
24
25
—
11
43
7
35
56
60
63
15
	
-
	
	
35
44
33
	
8
15
22
11
28
26
33
52
11
33
25
70
50
48
17
53
61
50
41
74
55
12
17
21
13
13
20
	
32
35
30
32
11
71
33
112
42
111
42
105
42
13
	
	
........
-
45
666
815
803
817
58 |   15
21
20
918
901
767
728
687
606
582
17
19
17
200
216
237
 .	
	
	
12
11
4
201
191
192
	
	
	
	
124
135
121
159
89
135
	
56
30
24
24
31
38
44
39
40
	
	
	
25
ib
23
8
16
14
10
44
39
34
37
14
42
18
19
7
38
16
21
7
47
12
12
10
56
22
19
13
14
	
12
58
9
93
~8
61
~~14
86
27
	
	
18
24
21
35
	
	
11
19
16
15
	
31
22
22
34
	
	
13
_.
13
	
'
26
26
38
34
	
_
19
15
15
16
.
10
52
69
57
67
11
....
_
	
17
4
16
10
9
18
18
12
	
	
	
	
	
16
Hi
50
56
66
 „
	
20
34
23
35
	
„.
;	
27
26
33
19
	
51
52
46
45
	
	
	
	
	
	
~47
~36
35
29
45
41
26
36
	
	
	
	
	
49
738
787
712
783
65
29 |  30
21
660
687
653
606
582
485
372
	
	
	
14 |  13
12
178
124
138
186
137
 F 76
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total
I
Boys
Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
III
District No. 35 (Langley)—Continued
Junior Secondary-
Fort Langley	
D.W. Poppy—
H. D. Stafford-
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Brookswood..
Elementary—
Aldergrove 	
Anderson 	
Belmont 	
Blacklock  	
Bradshaw	
Coghlan	
County Line ...
Fort Langley-
Glenwood	
Langley Central-
Langley Prairie...
Lochiel— 	
Milner 	
Murrayville	
Nicomekl 	
North Otter	
Otter	
Parkside Centennial-
Patricia	
Peterson Road	
Simonds—.	
South Carvolth..
South Otter	
Sperling _.	
Tillicum	
Topham _
West Langley.	
Willoughby	
Wix-Brown .
Totals, District No. 35..
District No. 36 (Surrey)
Senior Secondary—
North Surrey 	
Princess Margaret _ 	
Queen Elizabeth  	
Semiahmoo  	
Lord Tweedsmuir  	
Secondary—
Frank Hurt	
Earl Marriott—	
Junior Secondary—
William Beagle  	
Cloverdale..
Johnston HeightS-
L. A. Matheson.—.
Newton-
Guildford Park..
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..
510
563
526
607
396
135
717
237
436
100
193
525
280
187
187
150 |
92 |
262 j
184 I
329
217
255
50
287
509
107
41
110
23
97
223
305
187
257
304
277
295
207
70
368
118
235
50
114
267
149
89
112
64
47
137
105
170
120
133
24
143
254
59
18
56
12
43
112
155
94
253
259
249
312
189
65
349
119
201
50
79
258
131
98
75
86
45
125
79
159
97
122
26
144
255
48
23
54
11
54
111
150
93
10,686
839
1,014
1,157
562
446
651
807
744
751
743
690
618
795
534
670
726
206
606
193
308
581
415
287
367 [
504 |
155 I
5,501
5,185
431
533
569
275
201
338
406
382
371
381
352
334
400
299
330
364
110
299 |
87
171
313
221
146
200
268
73
408
481
588
287
245
313
401
362
380
362
338
284
395
235
340
362
96
307
106
137
268
194
141
167
236
82
22
69
50
50
45
45
100
50
46
49
19
112
41
65
13
25
56
32
28
11
20
9
22
23
34
15
76
13
38
71
15
9
18
11
31
43
23
800
873
69
25
33
51
53
44
49
50
24
74
25
40
76
59
36
33
54
42
28
104
27
47
20
21
41
34
18
13
16
12
30
32
26
21
40
14
37
79
9
11
21
14
25
36
25
843
24
70
22
26
63
47
36
33
63
9
15
104
29
48
10
30
49
25
24
13
25
7
21
17
33
26
39
11
41
80
18
9
14
12
20
31
22
782
27
77
20
35
63
38
42
37
67
17
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 77
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
1
V
VI
VII
Special
1  1  2
1
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
15
14
2
149
170
160
94
20
17
195
165
158
219
181
165
149
163
170
8
64
19
79
18
100
16
82
20
12
	
	
6
92
27
46
13
15
101
19
58
14
27
99
27
50
16
37
16
42
14
16
	
57
74
79
79
21
34
35
42
28
22
21
32
42
17
22
17
11
20
31
14
26
20
21
21
18
15
	
32
35
44
34
14
25
44
29
	
31
55
48
57
	
4
23
12
28
28
21
6
	
4
38
75
12
12
19
39
62
20
38
46
44
18
39
48
15
5
	
20
13
16
18
13
3
	
17
23
35
26
	
	
39
34
38
35
	
24
21
44
28
	
	
	
	
59
800
907
972
817
82
46 |  27
14
845
859
780
671
509
449
390
3
67
9
16
23
9
215
243
241
189
204
225
163
228
230
479
589
288
226
84
132
465
559
274
220
5
10
13
244
249
230
	
8
6
3
279
236
259
258
188
196
1
3
6
197
197
214
13
8
256
283
235
	
	
205
170
159
9
8
2
224
228
199
2
6
1
237
275
205
	
36
28
35
32
72
88
72
84
	
25
31
23
22
5
38
71
51
30
37
62
23
32
68
53
37
58
68
41
46
88
61
28
51
73
38
44
101
53
34
69
67
36
9
	
	
	
	
m
 F 78 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
District, Type, and School
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 36 (Surrey)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
Cloverdale 	
608
102
573
56
255
7
207
90
105
18
312
230
373
438
121
305
411
189
307
160
170
227
166
209
524
117
177
148
614
514
256
132
570
490
634
182
238
577
373
384
514
40
155
48
387
217
314
207
207
168
330
661
317
56
283
40
154
4
110
38
49
12
175
119
204
225
62
174
212
102
172
79
77
113
72
110
264
60
94
74
305
261
131
63
286
264
318
105
127
280
183
202
274
22
82
25
184
106
160
105
96
92
171
327
291
46
290
16
101
3
97
52
56
6
137
111
169
213
59
131
199
87
135
81
93
114
94
99
260
57
83
74
309
253
125
69
284
226
316
77
111
297
190
182
240
18
73
23
203
111
154
102
111
76
159
334
77
26
69
2
31
58
22
55
49
45
48
43
100
34
23
28
45
50
3
46
45
46
33
16
66
60
33
69
42
47
70
8
19
13
52
31
30
40
48
22
29
59
62
13
66
19
38
30
13
7
39
24
37
51
12
45
57
89
27
20
20
18
28
28
53
16
26
38
82
71
33
10
46
80
31
68
51
42
59
13
24
20
35
26
30
17
22
16
30
68
69
23
58
11
38
30
14
5
45
24
44
56
17
36
61
37
18
22
24
23
27
55
12
34
34
80
52
28
15
53
51
81
30
57
50
30
45
11
20
7
34
32
38
19
25
12
31
69
65
18
54
18
~~25
8
17
6
24
17
34
58
17
33
58
27
14
19
20
27
29
68
16
16
30
74
64
29
21
61
62
Old Yale Road                        -   -
90
18
86
44
38
47
8
13
8
49
36
H. T. Thrift        —   	
20
22
George Vanier	
19
18
White Rock                          	
40
K. B. Woodward                    	
80
Totals, District No. 36  	
30,186
15,474
14,712
2,106
2,171
2,071
2,088
District No. 37 (Delta)
Senior Secondary—
Delta    —          -	
Nnrth De'ta
426
1,052
1,020
850
773
842
411
762
502
280
212
520
525
431
419
423
218
388
261
148
214
532
495
419
354
419
193
374
241
132
56
41
47
33
65
28
Junior Secondary-
Delta -           ..          .             	
Elementary—
42
Beach Grove	
36
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 79
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
IV
1 V
1
1
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
1
X
1
XI
XII
19
66
22
72
74
78
76
89
88
87
12
	
29
25
35
19
16
26
13
67
7
25
19
4
	
	
	
12
12
18
19
	
	
46
57
52
40
9
	
29
31
27
23
10
34
52
59
54
45
43
51
51
38
21
19
18
17
29
48
26
40
47
51
58
36
	
49
37
30
30
36
15
24
27
19
27
32
19
31
28
34
45
30
19
24
30
33
32
30
16
61
65
71
73
12
10
15
14
15
16
........ 1 	
23
29
28
21
	
68
84
91
90
69
79
68
65
34
31
35
33
20
20
16
14
77
79
88
100
48
67
62
60
98
115
115
135
34
49
55
38
6
28
30
34
34
58
83
81
75
32
56
47
40
11
46
60
54
67
12
38
21
56
24
78
16
46
24
68
27
58
23
73
15
57
21
24
	
12
32
25
38
31
43
17
59
36
12
	
	
17
15
33
28
	
	
21
25
18
36
54
45
54
47
	
_
	
75
107
100
92
11
	
	
193
2,147
2,483 | 2,472
2,461
326 |   41 |  69 |  42
2,577
2,537
2,247
2,247
1,908
	
..._
11
13
279
273
246
249
362
325
227
223
580
338
203
472
320
	
	
	
10
4
10
6
4
242
201
287
200
289
	
86
36
59
32
66
32
81
42
10
8
350
394
 F 80 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
1
Total
Boys
Girls
I
»
III
District No. 37 (Delta)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
222
42
390
678
670
648
489
21
354
232
534
612
596
732
581
145
441
124
656
286
327
622
575
48
661
256
122
19
195
364
328
335
261
15
176
117
281
294
309
391
284
72
230
66
325
143
163
326
301
21
327
121
100
23
195
314
342
313
228
6
178
115
253
318
287
341
297
73
211
58
331
143
164
296
274
27
334
135
34
69
105
63
79
64
25
45
43
84
81
119
77
34
79
46
71
48
39
70
48
90
46
12
12
38
86
65
68
64
8
43
45
43
79
79
112
69
23
65
36
68
38
39
86
48
4
87
38
23
13
57
93
62
66
58
3
31
48
47
69
79
91
63
30
56
42
63
31
46
63
58
4
74
45
28
7
45
83
52
68
54
7
35
33
78
69
82
75
65
18
38
77
33
52
79
58
2
71
49
Cliff Drive                         	
English Bluff        	
Holly                                                                  	
Pebble Hill                  -       - —	
Weaver 	
Totals, District No. 37	
17,860
9,131
8,729
1,556
1,435
1,408
1,336
District No. 38 (Richmond)
Senior Secondary—
1,156
935
681
927
736
637
567
977
797
360
591
309
586
540
403
41
92
50
448
88
377
160
451
64
668
292
115
64
462
305
524
i 292
219
236
561
627
471
321
466
383
357
286
479
423
174
301
160
312
259
213
24
52
18
248
45
183
78
218
37
334
151
66
34
236
156
266
149
119
125
300
529
464
360
461
353
280
281
498
374
186
290
149
274
281
190
17
40
32
200
43
194
82
233
27
334
141
49
30
227
149
258
143
100
111
261
29
74
16
61
33
35
33
25
45
25
43
25
48
53
18
18
27
42
35
49
33
26
46
66
	
7
63
18
52
39
40
28
25
48
14
39
24
24
22
80
21
9
17
60
35
60
32
30
29
74
9
71
17
55
43
46
25
52
18
44
34
34
17
67
22
7
20
59
48
50
36
26
31
58
12
74
23
55
61
40
6
46
11
35
36
68
25
81
26
19
59
34
65
44
30
31
70
Steveston  	
Junior Secondary—-
Robert C. Palmer     	
Elementary—
Blundell	
W. D. Ferris -	
B. W. Garratt	
Mitchell	
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 81
Pri
Grade
Inter-
nediate
Occupational
Grade
mary
I
	
|            |
1
Special
IV    l'
1
V         VI
VII
Special
12           3
1            1
VIII 1
1
IX
X
XI
xn
27
1
1
28
41
29
10
	
54
41
55
31
	
	
..—.
69
87
82
73
	
89
93
119
127
	
	
66
85
114
102
	
	
53
66
57
73
-_—
  |
3
	
47
52
59
62
	
29
32
	
	
	
74
95
73
81
  j
	
87
75
77
61
11
	
73
67
69
66
79
92
85
79
— .
11
66
12
40
73
28
60
74
46
83
57
7
63
78
111
115
3
	
2
29
35
82
44
44
87
37
40
84
20
32
71
4
	
'
3
79
75        111
91
4
	
16
10
70
37
1
77
41
97
	
95
11
	
39
1,405
1,512 | 1,529
1,471
33
35 |       37 |        4
1,345
1,376
1,203
1,141
995
1
54
57
-
660
478
327
442
457
297
—
14
14
6
13
320
246
287
255
300
208
16
8
197
214
202
1
12
221
223
110
	
12
10
17
5
326
272
337
268
299
228
	
43
76
89
95
59
81
92
77
	
	
	
16
71
88
60
	
	
74
85
101
103
	
	
	
	
74
88
87
115
	
	
14
49
47
57
58
17
1   .	
19
	
	
22
1   	
1   -	
55
20
41
80
51
51
	
58
71
66
	
1   	
	
41
	
	
	
	
J	
	
64
68
68
77
	
I      	
	
80
95
110
102
j       	
	
28
37         45
95
	
	
	
18
12 |       15
17
	
	
55
67 1       64
1       57
	
47
54 |       52
|   	
	
	
72
66 |       88
1       74
	
1   	
	
35
37 I       42
|       33
	
1   	
	
	
32
24 |       26
1       25
	
|   	
1   	
[      	
	
31
16 |       25
|       27
	
1   	
|   .	
|' _
-
60
!
77 1       78
I          ■ 1
78
	
I"        "
|   _ ..
"	
 F 82
EDUCATION REPORT, 1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
1
11
III
District No. 38 (Richmond)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
221
152
153
608
116
469
50
569
629
118
75
73
313
56
228
24
291
330
103
77
80
295
60
241
26
278
299
41
19
12
80
20
54
95
85
36
22
15
67
24
50
13
63
54
23
16
14
64
29
59
8
69
73
31
15
21
70
Tait                                        —              ~
23
52
14
72
84
Totals, District No. 38    ~	
18,679
9,579
9,100
1,311
1,234
1,244
1,333
District No. 39 (Vancouver)
Secondary—
1,335
1,684
1,871
2,008
2,220
711
1,704
1,024
2,300
1,187
1,012
161
2,203
1,934
1,719
379
2,356
1,775
1,912
127
367
547
586
465
194
349
628
500
340
376
362
550
171
543
606
157
518
108
684
332
438
263
446
306
533
652
524
171
335
410
770
196
629
841
957
976
1,122
355
890
510
1,172
614
504
68
1,145
978
884
185
1,290
885
1,011
69
175
299
304
245
98
171
325
260
164
199
199
273
93
282
309
90
275
61
349
167
228
143
238
160
250
311
257
84
172
201
375
114
706
843
914
1,032
1,098
356
814
514
1,128
573
508
93
1,058
956
835
194
1,066
890
901
58
192
248
282
220
96
178
303
240
176
177
163
277
78
261
297
67
243
47
335
165
210
120
208
146
283
341
267
87
163
209
395
82
49
43
54
62
38
36
37
65
64
24
57
58
58
52
78
71
40
39
19
66
39
58
51
53
28
50
47
51
26
52
26
81
41
50
........
48
63
60
41
58
44
53
57
28
47
57
58
44
71
53
49
33
21
69
35
62
62
42
30
69
46
53
29
46
32
84
52
1
42
38
50
66
39
48
38
50
57
31
43
53
45
39
63
57
32
54
22
76
42
52
40
57
26
77
48
63
33
28
41
62
38
Sir Winston Churchill  	
David Thompson  	
Elementary-Senior Secondary—
40
City School  	
3
Elementary—
47
50
61
44
42
44
70
56
30
Edith Cavell	
35
42
43
36
69
59
29
40
Douglas Annex    	
23
75
26
52
52
General Gordon	
49
Grandview	
Sir Wilfred Grenfell....
42
71
49
26
32
37
76
Kerrisdale 	
32
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 83
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V
VI
VII
Special
1  1  2
1
3
VIII
rx
X
XI
xn
21
27
28
14
21
18
23
18
i
14
26
27
24
	
90
88
77
72
20
„	
43
69
66
76
15
61
61
72
76
84
85
88
76
33
1,363
1,506 | 1,617
1,586
55 |  49 [  58
59
1,582
1,584
1,404
1,465
1,196
19
265
269
275
236
271
	
38
41
9
315
444
330
400
355
409
335
317
302
260
29
8
12
13
366
415
462
377
326
7
32
482
461
461
403
374
88
104
127
132
145
115
157
27
286
209
290
222
306
192
308
199
330
202
33
38
29
31
507
486
436
417
323
14
233
241
235
252
212
-— 1 -	
187
216
196
212
201
  1	
39
39
33
20
30
103
18
423
472
444
385
358
57
23
24
345
310
354
402
419
-
36
38
14
386
341
340
307
257
88
77
71
80
63
129
39
26
25
500
481
445
386
325
23
10
10
384
409
322
312
305
58
43
44
39
117
334
322
326
225
223
6
9
7
9
	
19
26
17
20
11
37
51
56
47
22
60
83
62
80
23
	
86
78
77
96
	
69
67
72
81
14
10
38
48
49
	
51
	
	
22
79
58
79
71
101
69
94
68
15
	
	
52
34
42
34
45
20
7
45
53
44
45
39
35
48
30
	
74
96
93
83
....-
	
70
60
71
61
7
95
79
92
94
6
	
	
	
66
61
77
72
76
23
85
95
98
120
	
	
	
46
32
53
59
....
65
55
43
51
	
	
	
15
43
	
	
60
54
58
66
7
	
	
	
31
42
44
47
16
_
	
	
——
55
74
76
61
..
	
	
	
49
124
136
140
13
	
	
	
13
61
32
71
25
79
74
	
	
	
	
	
6
30
55
90
32
63
132
30
71
130
42
77
115
37
8
	
	
1 	
=
33
	
!
~
 F 84 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 39 (Vancouver)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
471
561
375
131
485
410
491
565
238
398
370
346
137
568
671
354
201
708
242
390
777
443
510
633
167
322
383
546
659
152
476
274
369
518
71
269
617
183
637
826
240
561
458
453
345
352
230
865
528
249
401
446
249
462
25
212
428
617
367
117
392
483
244
303
201
68
248
214
269
299
118
192
191
177
67
304
346
207
104
352
122
191
405
229
255
333
85
151
193
267
334
67
249
144
206
277
35
163
315
95
321
422
129
298
251
241
183
159
126
436
265
128
198
219
125
231
14
116
235
314
186
56
197
238
227
258
174
63
237
196
222
266
120
206
179
169
70
264
325
147
97
356
120
199
372
214
255
300
82
171
190
279
325
85
227
130
163
241
36
106
302
88
316
404
111
263
207
212
162
193
104
429
263
121
203
227
124
231
11
96
193
303
181
61
195
245
41
45
18
43
50
43
60
27
53
50
41
39
50
46
70
15
40
53
48
57
59
45
59
80
35
25
65
66
25
46
53
49
56
12
51
101
71
53
48
44
51
25
34
55
108
36
55
60
50
53
25
14
43
56
60
44
25
41
67
34
59
27
37
48
45
70
35
64
37
42
38
52
67
52
32
43
83
52
58
88
52
44
66
27
33
78
82
37
40
58
34
42
21
17
79
58
63
78
48
50
49
46
55
60
96
54
48
41
48
59
38
11
52
56
69
45
19
32
59
31
67
25
25
53
56
56
35
56
59
35
35
35
57
65
30
40
77
48
67
88
52
57
56
33
37
65
72
33
40
54
42
42
13
17
73
24
73
64
49
59
51
42
35
~57
92
47
49
45
64
52
43
31
79
61
26
27
46
45
44
60
38
26
58
37
48
34
65
46
39
47
~~55
77
24
45
72
39
41
81
52
54
56
29
37
60
64
43
52
52
41
33
15
19
89
69
80
51
48
50
58
50
58
61
50
38
44
45
42
51
~49
53
68
29
23
48
39
Dr. A. R. Lord              _.
Sir Richard McBride       	
Dr. H. N. MacCorkindale                   	
Dr, R P.   McKm-tinin
Sir William Osier..       _	
J. W. Sexsmith   	
Shaughnessy         —	
South Hill
Tillicum           	
Type
Totals, nisrrirt No. 3Q
68,473
35,064
33,409
4,447
4,653
4,437
4,317
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 85
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
Special
TV   1
V     1    VI
1
VII
1
2
3
1            1
VIII 1    IX    I     X
XI
XII
5
70
63
75
87
89
98
82
82
50
71
69
77
	
—
—
61
66
74
75
51
39
64
66
9
65
60
61
71
16
95
116
91
116
	
—
53
52
45
56
25
48
40
68
78
50
33
83
35
41
48
81
108
68
109
47
55
64
109
70
109
43
44
79
112
65
122
9
51
20
	
	
—
------
	
15
34
44
38
32
4
__
.
88
126
117
130
51
50
45
47
49
83
73
66
74
14
70
91
77
109
14
167
35
42
51
51
19
55
59
69
68
14
55
80
14
64
65
103
90
59
110
71
54
82
73
31
	
=
16
41
	
9
45
48
51
50
	
63
73
80
85
44
22
	
24
19
24
22
22
93
	
15
87
78
67
66
12
	
—
	
15
70
90
86
100
	
	
14
78
44
155
148
142
14
	
—
	
7
55
98
72
102
26
14
46
40
55
66
56
78
56
78
30
20
—
—
40
30
47
46
8
83
84
95
90
—
	
	
16
85
66
19
90
99
21
92
78
19
93
98
132
	
	
39
39
51
53
29
	
49
43
53
65
72
	
	
—
10
69
37
83
76
67
	
-
	
 U-
	
46
37
56
45
85
74
86
97
17
.
1
31
23
51
43
66
66
16
	
	
	
	
—
-
53
___
~~64
11
57
63
63
64
15
	
. .
	
	
	
607
4,632
4,974
5,073
5,213
1,745
121
145
203
5,916 1 5,934 1 5,811 | 5,338 1 4,907
1             I             1             1
 F 86 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 40 (New Westminster)
2,660
172
202
83
406
466
338
407
550
478
1,287
90
110
43
194
248
180
194
292
243
1,373
82
92
40
212
218
158
213
258
235
24
27
30
47
46
42
56
62
53
17
24
18
39
49
38
45
53
59
23
19
16
54
45
50
49
69
53
Elementary—
18
15
19
43
44
Queen Elizabeth —	
45
57
54
Lord Tweedsmuir 	
52
Totals, District No. 40 	
5,762
2,881
2,881
387
342
378
347
District No. 41 (Burnaby)
1,152
1,281
1,425
1,175
1,144
636
1,104
1,018
980
555
1,224
479
443
443
199
521
270
374
589
404
458
460
323
376
93
578
383
162
422
539
322
480
184
451
434
164
396
413
449
107
180
256
146
438
558
101
445
220
251
393
394
414
581
608
748
601
577
327
579
509
507
282
625
250
222
211
101
265
144
168
310
210
231
227
166
191
49
296
203
84
220
273
194
248
86
234
220
86
196
229
221
55
90
133
73
221
289
50
226
122
130
194
216
214
571
673
677
574
567
309
525
509
473
273
599
229
221
232
98
256
126
206
279
194
227
233
157
185
44
282
180
78
202
266
128
232
98
217
214
78
200
184
228
52
90
123
73
217
269
51
219
98
121
199
178
200
46
54
42
44
40
79
38
40
69
43
38
60
49
47
	
45
46
24
38
68
36
48
40
54
44
39
46
52
	
25
35
21
43
47
43
49
15
27
41
45
42
36
55
52
48
32
46
31
26
44
38
44
49
44
34
67
46
19
51
72
36
47
22
48
46
29
43
44
46
9
21
21
18
56
42
38
42
18
22
63
57
39
27
48
46
45
22
49
30
31
66
36
47
47
48
36
52
35
10
56
59
28
53
21
48
61
32
41
46
55
17
15
32
15
44
39
20
47
23
21
52
46
47
Secondary—
Junior Secondary—
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
31
48
Elementary—
41
50
27
55
28
51
57
40
39
46
37
40
30
66
37
13
45
62
41
Lochdale    ..                       ....                              	
Lyndhurst                    ..                      .       	
63
28
53
63
32
49
Nelson          .......      -	
41
51
13
20
32
Schou     	
8
47
56
Stride	
52
28
31
34
28
Sussex  	
40
Totals, District No. 41—	
26,406
13,492
12,914
1.702
1,641
1,593
1,653
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 87
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv i
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
32
73
45
46
513
519
515
492
425
19
19
16
26
10
21
35
38
23
44
60
63
56
11
	
68
42
47
59
78
48
51
68
67
33
54
94
58
40
48
91
	
12
63
47
72
56
11
	
23
363
406
437
398
53 |  73 |  45 |  46
513
519
515
492
425
57
607
488
202
254
274
274
277
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
194
624
607
	
 „
	
	
	
	
	
246
490
439
	
	
	
	
	
	
266
277
246
191
164
14
13
22
186
195
206
22
21
432
425
204
	
	
318
376
361
357
339
247
	
	
25
21
24
176
159
150
28
32
40
30
345
345
264
62
67
64
65
12
4
........
61
53
29
75
33
67
73
26
61
35
74
67
23
80
33
60
63
76
42
	
=
47
51
69
59
..
	
8
76
86
76
81
26
7
49
51
59
64
62
78
66
76
4
21
	
61
64
69
64
	
	
35
47
28
35
	
.
-   -
59
52
60
48
	
29
34
	
	
11
67
47
29
81
48
19
78
69
26
85
55
22
26
	
56
60
72
44
61
75
66
76
5
34
73
24
45
48
27
46
63
20
62
44
43
71
38
72
62
43
62
31
83
56
10
	
	
	
	
50
42
60
47
61
50
50
56
61
77
77
74
"
1
13
21
21
12
	
	
20
22
31
26
	
 ■_
._	
30
38
34
34
	
	
„__	
17
30
16
21
	
	
	
57
67
64
60
 ,,
	
56
109
114
95
	
	
	
-----
	
55
62
65
57
16
""
28
34
39
35
	
	
10
23
51
36
48
26
52
50
52
5
	
31
29
89
69
	
	
	
11
52
53
72
58
	
	
-
	
53
| 1,844
2,043
2,210
2,107
120
61 |  55 |  103
2,313
2,377
2.370
2,186
1,975
 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
1
1   Boys
Girls
I
1
II
III
District No. 42 (Maple Ridge)
Secondary-
759
1,514
454
357
117
56
219
248
341
414
278
495
376
128
147
467
20
539
151
71
63
211
203
262
1
379
752
|       218
172
66
32
105
127
159
210
129
243
178
69
87
237
10
304
75
33
30
108
108
143
380
762
236
185
51
24
114
121
182
204
149
252
198
59
60
230
10
235
76
38
33
103
95
119
38
46
56
92
65
49
23
53
~56
17
37
30
11
22
22
37
42
42
26
58
67
13
54
88
13
11
6
28
24
25
17
21
15
25
37
48
26
58
67
12
12
52
~52
14
14
7
19
24
16
Junior Secondary—Westview _       	
Elementary—
8
13
23
39
36
36
25
49
56
17
57
75
21
13
10
32
15
20
Thornhill    	
YennadoTi    ...        .                .....
Totals, District No. 42 _	
7,890
3,974
3,916
562
589
536
545
District No. 43 (Coquitlam)
Senior Secondary—.
2,093
843
904
847
869
536
721
883
669
843
762
345
642
114
299
442
331
160
324
260
303
399
327
139
280
448
522
446
584
25
525
544
589
260
193
453
473
1,036
451
435
443
459
292
399
465
359
417
369
167
327
59
170
216
167
94
178
141
147
220
160
79
153
236
258
240
295
15
273
279
297
123  |
107
253
254
1,057
392
469
404
410
244
322
418
310
426
393
178
315
55
129
226
164
66
146
119
156
179
167
60
127
212
264
206
289
10
252
265
292
137
86
200
219
44
85
37
44
43
41
33
21
39
45
49
23
23
50
57
40
66
25
43
59
69
20
32
50
54
	
48
58
12
35
33
41
47
41
22
34
42
39
32
36
43
63
42
52
55
45
48 |
41
24
52
58 |
1
58
77
10
34
41
37
33
40
30
35
53
40
19
25
50
41
44
42
57
53
56
23
24
45
38 |
1
Junior Secondary—■
Como Lake	
Mary Hill	
26
63
14
33
48
37
39
41
28
37
49
29
17
38
53
83
35
64
61
45
78
25
22
48
50
Elementary—
Birchland  -	
Cedar Drive __	
College Park .  _ _ 	
Glen 	
loco  	
Leigh _     __ _	
Mary Hill  	
Miller Park _
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 89
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Special
Occupational
Grade
Special
IV I
V
VI
VII
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
1
XI
XII
233
176
147
134
69
41
50
27
14
274
231
254
313
310
..
126
112
101
58
57
	
	
	
117
101
139
15
21
25
20
	
	
	
33
24
32
32
~
*
42
39
33
33
_
37
44
45
54
16
50
24
53
29
56
24
45
32
12
	
	
	
	
	
14
73
59
63
67
54
59
61
68
	
	
15
18
22
27
59
64
51
77
20
72
64
68
64
	
18
14
27
27
9
10
14
12
7
21
30
31
32
39
24
27
19
33
33
39
51
48
30
605
614
633
660
73
50
27
14
750
620
641
505
436
140
1,029
422
397
1.064
421
367
17
9
3
312
258
248
10
9
7
299
286
258
11
10
5
161
182
167
10
8
5
264
246
188
322
294
267
8
8
4
207
224
218
13
13
15
321
328
153
	
14
12
12
225
247
252
	
43
46
39
29
12
25
89
73
105
67
26
15
21
16
_
9
26
63
41
31
48
35
38
75
43
46
80
54
10
10
=
	
10
	
35
34
35
41
48
50
36
46
36
~~41
31
37
6
	
	
11
55
51
49
44
11
39
25
40
23
43
37
........
40
35
34
39
10
44
50
80
78
54
84
64
76
	
14
62
59
68
82
	
22
76
85
94
83
	
~~12
63
68
85
32
22
64
89
86
45
23
72
93
90
35
26
85
79
77
39
20
13
13
	
	
56
55
72
57
18
 ._
	
11
49
70
71
59
13
	
 F 90
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
m
District No. 43 {Coquitlam)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
Millside 	
Montgomery	
Moody-
Mountain View..
Mundy Road	
Parkland	
Pleasantside...
Porter Street-
Ranch Park-
Rochester	
Seaview	
Roy Stibbs	
Sunny Cedars-
Sunny Park-
Hazel Trembath..
Vanier	
Westwood	
Totals, District No. 43..
District No. 44 (North Vancouver)
Senior Secondary—Carson Graham -
Secondary—
Argyle  :	
Delbrook -   —
Handsworth	
North Vancouver-
Windsor 	
Junior Secondary—
Balmoral 	
Hamilton— 	
Sutherland	
Elementary—
Blueridge	
Boundary	
Braemar 	
Brooksbank	
Burrard View.	
Canyon Heights..
Capilano.. —
Carisbrooke	
Cleveland—	
Cloverley 	
Eastview 	
Fromme 	
Highlands	
Keith Lynn	
Larson _
Lonsdale	
Lonsdale Annex..
Lynn Valley	
Lynnmour	
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	
263
465
354
371
540
508
98
603
535
449
637
333
74
34
142
504
192
123
231
199
202
270
264
49
324
275
250
343
167
45
20
61
264
107
1,298
1,474
925
1,346
839
1,379
685
857
772
521
216
425
492
361
548
357
519
558
297
592
426
428
226
292
341
67
278
121
408
140
343
229
369
236
75
502
330
464
132
483
534
433 I
547 |
248 |
221 I
664
742
490
669
420
729
369
490
418
281
102
220
228
191
294
187
271
297
162
307
219
213
106
153
181
35
139
54
206
78
163
114
188
111
44
261
181
236
76
246
249
217
276
136
113
140
234
155
169
270
244
49
279
260
199
294
166
29
14
81
240
85
25,499 | 13,227 | 12,272
634
732
435
677
419
650
316
367
354
240
114
205
264
170
254
170
248
261
135
285
207
215
120
139
160
32
139
67
202
62
180
115
181
125
31
241
149
228
56
237
285
216
271
112
108
37
45
42
47
62
39
55
49
46
74
43
40
42
44
26
43
38
38
66
48
11
51
55
47
71
50
47
48
40
29
34
34
47
73
52
10
66
56
51
61
45
32
51
27
22
62
32
48
63
66
10
76
73
47
68
34
23
52
37
1,757 | 1,722 | 1,673 | 1,776
64
34
20
54
51
30
36
66
58
28
58
40
39
18
27
37
41
33
58
23
37
33
45
58
42
24
43
49
58
38
49
57
31
51
34
47
20
37
15 I
30
30
41
54
31
41 I
24 |
41 I
83
32
37
45
41
55
39
61
56
25
64
46
36
17
26
54
30
25
52
34
31
22
36
32
45
35
54
72
53
39
43
26
28
42
33
49
48
35
36
62
56
60
52
57
36
51
32
65
64
66
36
29
32
21
18
23
47
37
26
65
40
57
34
55
65
30
65
40
44
16
35
52
28
22
46
25
35
17
32
44
57
36
72
~64
43
69
74
32
24
Totals, District No. 44..
22.334  |  11.526 |  10,!
1,386 | 1.471  | 1.395 | 1,428
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 91
Pri
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
mary
Special
rv i
V  1 VI
1
VII
Special
1    2
3
VIII
1
IX
X
XI
XII
11
33
55
1
17
67
42
66
46
83
10
	
7
43
51
50
50
7
	
45
41
50
55
. ..
	
58
67
76
75
	
	
	
66
75
82
80
	
	
	
	
7
22
12
26
	
	
	
	
64
94
94
93
10 1 	
	
	
	
	
80
72
77
73
  1 -	
	
	
	
11
50
79
62
56
 - 1 	
	
	
	
14
78
75
95
91
10 1 -	
. ...
	
7
31
41
43
39
-— 1	
	
	
	
	
24
50 | ........
	
	
	
18
	
16 1  -
	
	
	
"65
76
84
81
	
5 | 	
	
27
17
  1 —
	
	
	
	
	
217
1,864
2,040
2,163
2,104
203
93
69
51
2,111
2,065 | 1,891
1,848
1,852
657
641
236
189
269
180
291
136
367
206
311
214
280
262
285
281
238
207
210
186
123
113
-
	
314
351
273
254
187
16
14
194
253
208
	
	
	
29
75
75
69
203
238
209
306
197
228
=
60
72
67
70
—
36
35
-  1 	
37
84
97
100
	
	
	
56
76
65
88
	
40
39
50
51
66
86
85
111
—
	
41
47
57
65
	
	
	
	
	
	
49
81
80
78
	
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. _
—
	
86
73
78
85
	
	
	
	
12
41
41
40
36
13
	
	
	
	
	
79
89
89
97
	
	
	
45
54
89
78
	
	
	
. ...
7
68
43
37
52
37
44
56
39
35
74
36
51
5
—
	
10
48
	
28
45
47    57
  1 	
41 |  38
  1 	
49 1  56
58
42
48
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
—
27
........
45
49
48
57
  1  	
[  33
31
31
38
 - 1 	
	
44
49
62
60
44
36
	
26
.. ..
	
49
	
10
63
43
73
45
51
38
58
47
11
13
---
54
1  68
74
64
29
	
......
|  68
61
| 	
58
1  49
77
|  117
62
1  «
—
I  60
I  56
72
57
  1 -	
	
	
1  57
|  78
|  80
63
	
	
1   1 	
1 	
1 	
31
1  21
37
30
1   1 	
1 -	
1 	
I  23
24
39
29
20 [ 	
|  .... | 	
| .—
1 	
65
| 1.558
| 1,684 | 1,804
| 1,828
169 |   75 |   91 !   83
1,861
1 2,040 ] 1,804
1 1.888
1 1.704
 F 92 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
District, Type, and School
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 45 (West Vancouver)
Secondary—
Hillside-                              .   .   .               -
1,088
1,204
1,366
427
164
255
163
162
445
378
282
443
324
310
460
451
557
649
707
221
90
138
76
84
224
192
136
229
166
165
237
226
531
555
659
206
74
117
87
78
221
186
146
214
158
145
223
225
42
46
21
44
37
22
46
32
32
33
46
44
17
19
26
23
49
37
30
47
38
28
37
47
37
12
30
33
14
51
44
24
46
40
36
39
45
47
20
33
24
10
44
39
30
41
44
30
46
56
Elementary—
Caulfeild                                                                	
Chartwell                    	
Cypress Park	
West Bay                                                        	
Westcot  	
Totals, District No. 45           —.           	
7,922
4,097
3,825
401
442
451
464
District No. 46 (Sechelt)
Secondary—
Elphinstone 	
849
132
31
60
14
541
23
158
178
179
432
57
452
62
17
34
5
283
14
78
102
98
214
24
397
70
14
26
9
258
9
80
76
81
218
33
7
79
17
22
66
4
19
3
67
9
22
24
9
27
14
	
9
64
8
16
19
22
32
12
4
9
4
56
6
18
19
26
36
12
Elementary—
Langdale  	
Sechelt ..                    	
West Sechelt               	
Totals, District No. 46   	
2,654
1,383
1,271
191
198
188
190
District No. 47 (Powell River)
984
855
192
40
284
481
218
32
64
353
311
238
305
186
8
40
99
332
11
495
449
102
20
144
243
104
21
36
175
174
123
162
102
6
25
51
160
8
489
406
90
20
140
238
114
11
28
178
137
115
143
84
2
15
48
172
3
	
44
44
25
6
23
41
28
18
38
35
4
	
40
3
........
33
50
21
3
24
43
32
26
27
40
.....
41
2
	
17
30
53
31
2
17
37
43
29
34
40
4
	
28
2
23
39
50
27
7
40
40
32
46
39
4
29
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Texada  	
Elementary—
Blubber Bay               	
J. P. Dallos                                                  	
Edgehill	
Grief Point          	
J. C. Hill             	
Kelly Creek...                                           	
Stillwater ...  .._	
Toba   ..      	
Totals, District No. 47
5,033
2,600
2,433
349
348
367
376
District No. 48 (Howe Sound)
Secondary—
842
199
19
262
129
442
90
9
133
75
400
109
10
129
54
4
38
20
=
4
28
16
=
5
30
20
6
18
13
Elementary—
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 93
Pri
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
mary
Special
IV 1
1
V   VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
1
VIII 1
1
1
IX
1
X
1
XI 1
1
XII
	
1
225
235
199
211
218
65
231
261
218
203
226
.._....
31
28
24
212
238
289
296
248
48
53
82
74
20
31
28
36
	
	
33
39
51
50
—
	
34
	
	
	
24
17
26
27
	
	
	
	
	
56
58
75
68
	
	
. .
	
48
56
52
65
	
	
	
	
35
41
51
44
5
	
	
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.
 .
58
53
75
77
	
—
	
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36
40
47
47
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8
40
43
51
42
...
. .
	
50
74
90
91
	
	
	
 .
51
64
64
78
	
8
533
569 |  692
699
70
31
28 |  24
668
734
706
710
692
	
2
5
3
183
25
210
35
190
35
155
17
111
20
_
12
11
4
2
1
::::
	
54
73
68
68
12
	
......
21
17
23
25
31
21
23
76
29
31
29
80
21
30
25
90
=
19
  | . ...
	
12
176
231 |  241
234
12 | ..—
208
245
225
172
131
	
14
14
5
397
425
379
310
295
18
27
27
32
33
26
29
	
	
[  27
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......
6
73
24
1   5
41
|  38
59
31
4
55
37
80
29
3
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41
66
30
2
47
52
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1 	
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1 —-
	
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9
1  27
1  34
31
41
32
33
42
33
43
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1 	
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1	
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8
1 -	
! 	
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1   6
5
5
6
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31
37
31
	
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61
32
56
45
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1
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—
16
I  385
|  391 |  435
[  431
8
1   I4
14 |   5
430
|  451
|  408
I  310
1  295
1 	
1
25
1
1
22
1   14
1
1
193
48
I  191
43
1
1
1  181
1  43
1
130
30
100
1  21
33
39
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|  17
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1	
 F 94
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
District No. 48 (Howe Sound)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
Mamquam 	
Signal Hill-
Squamish...
Stawamus-
Totals, District No. 48 .
District No. 49 (Ocean Falls)
Secondary—Sir Alexander Mackenzie	
Elementary-Senior Secondary—Charleson...
Elementary—
Bella Coola ___	
Nusatsum  -	
Ocean Falls..
Owikeno	
Shearwater-
Totals, District No. 49..
District No. 50 (Queen Charlotte)
Secondary—George M. Dawson 	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Agnes L. Mathers 	
Queen Charlotte .....	
Tasu   	
Elementary—
Moresby-Sewell	
Port Clements ._
Rennell Sound  —
Tahayghen.
Thurston Harbour-
Totals, District No. 50..
District No. 52 (Prince Rupert)
Secondary—Prince Rupert 	
Junior Secondary—Booth Memorial 	
Elementary—
Conrad Street _ _	
Kanata  	
King Edward-
Parkview 	
Port Edward	
Roosevelt Park.
Seal Cove	
Westview	
Totals, District No. 52.
District No. 54 (Smithers)
Secondary—Smithers 	
Junior Secondary—Chandler Park _
Elementary-Senior Secondary—Houston-
Elementary—
Lake Kathlyn .
Muheim Memorial-
Quick  	
Silverthorne 	
Telkwa 	
Walnut Park-
Totals, District No. 54..
District No. 55 (Burns Lake)
Secondary—Lakes District	
Elementary-Senior Secondary—Babine	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Grassy Plains .
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys       Girls
474
305
342
315
241
160
194
153
Kindergarten
161
65
150
82
200
102
154
76
207
112
16
8
14
6
902
290
117
267
27
107
447
9
176
58
135
59
13
53
4
235
6
628
317
844
440
482
246
312
167
440
229
12
4
339
190
620
333
334
183
318
163 |
342
169
475
250
364
192
90
50
509
273
41
25
449
268
237
111
358
188
2,865
450
450
236
217
244
130
233
145
148
162
2,887 1    1,497 |    1,390
96
68
98
78
95
451 |       451
114
59
132
29
14
54
4
212
3
1,360  |       739 |       621
311
404
236
145
211
8
149
287
151
155
4,329 | 2,272 | 2,057
173
225
172
40
236
16
181
126
170
1,526 | 1,339
233
206
106
54
28
40
39
Grade
58
25
40
42
II
I
62
30
43
49
223
213
239
15
16
27
23
19
39
1
1
21
19
26
2
1
59 |
83
14
26
14
6
18
2
20
2
10
11
29
19
9
11
1
5
16
15
2
61
45
3
102 |  131 |  106
46
40
48
33
111
44
51
59
59
38
40
52
45
60
23
71
59
38
38
35
39
373
353
303
13
78
4
69
28
47
23
47
8
70
21
43
12
28
9
56
26
52
239 |  212 |  183
I
54
16
39
15
III
56
38
44
29
204
26
15
33
3
1
69 |
78
5
25
3
4
7
56
100
49
25
50
40
76
36
45
321
27
55
6
76
32
24
220
36
18
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 95
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
IV 1  V
1
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX 1  X
1
XI
XII
69
33
41
36
60
45
50
34
66
51
38
37
49
55
46
49
	
	
  |  225 |  245 |  238 |  259
25 |  36
241
234 |  224 |  160 |  121
4
12
28
21
23
4
1
27
17
28
2
1
26
23
31
2
5
34
22
24
2
3
1
	
11
56
31
28
36
30
27
17
10
14
12
....
12 [  77 |  75 |  87 |  85
  |   1
11 |   4
87 [  64 |  57 |  27 I  26
	
5
	
11
16
13
2
19
52
1
16
31
8
3
11
2
77
1
.  | .	
1
9 |   12
27 |  20
11 |   8
4|   2
10 |  11
  1   2
58 |  61
1 1   1
24
12
	
84
12
28
7
6
2
2
8
9
58
9
17
4
32
	
30
5 |  114 |  149 |  120 |  117
36 |   |   I 	
131 |  99 |  88 |  32 |  30
12
16
67
30
68
38
73
44
33
59
52
60
40
82
42
32
63
33
66
58
63
46
51
69
54
51
47
69
46
32
11
	
17
7
8
384
9
28
	
8
0
1
I
167 1  190
148
1
  1 	
  1 	
  1 	
  1 	
  1 -	
  | .	
■  1	
173
28
353
367 |  380 |  368
11 |   17
7 |    8
384 |  378
315 |  190 |  173
12
15
62
8
56
28
31
	
70
6
66
32
50
	
92
56
32
51
	
	
57
77
38
48
7
14
11
175
60
184
97
82
84
49
144
60
116
41
12
200 |  224 |  231 |  220
  1   1
14 |   11
235 |  281 |  215 |  204 |  157
34 [  43
19 |  26
1
1
1
-  1 	
45 |  34
20 |  27
1
10
1     1     1
1
109 j  123 j  85 |  72
29 j  30 |  27 |  20
27 |  26 !  24 |
!     1     1
61
11
 F 96 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
in
District No. 55 (Burns Lake)—Continued
Elementary—
519
130
40
16
33
165
271
68
26
7
16
92
248
62
14
9
17
73
45
12
62
18
6
5
4
23
61
23
3
1
5
19
71
11
7
2
7
24
2.039
1,071
968
127
172
168
176
District No. 56 (Nechako)
647
409
673
52
83
189
43
174
420
35
13
66
9
66
516
311
217
363
28
47
95
17
104
228
19
7
37
3
25
280
336
192
310
24
36
94
26
70
192
16
6
29
6
41
236
56
21
59
	
1
85
45
8
5
32
8
13
69
3
10
5
11
45
43
5
7
22
8
19
67
3
	
6
1
8
42
43
4
8
29
8
20
63
7
10
Elementary-Senior Secondary—
Elementary—
1
11
37
3,395
1,781
1.614
222
254
231
241
District No. 57 (Prince George)
Secondary—
1,148
170
410
1,951
168
469
499
685
781
713
175
23
561
131
374
434
260
649
510
492
10
46
331
362
203
26
141
321
331
458
380
534
141
415
408
581
87
206
919
93
228
229
352
408
378
124
10
290
75
188
211
129
333
261
247
6
25
161
180
108
8
71
160
165
238
187
247
58
223
205
567
83
204
1,032
75
241
270
333
373
335
51
13
271
56
186
223
131
316
249
245
4
21
170
182
95
18
70
161
166
220
193
287
83
192
203
76
11
28
30
14
78
79
42
5
41
74
11
42
36
50
45
50
14
41
47
	
	
	
	
69
25
36
47
40
107
76
55
1
6
42
39
27
5
19
62
37
61
58
67
11
48
57
1
	
	
........
	
83
17
42
50
26
93
72
34
2
3
39
37
28
1
22
32
43
44
58
68
19
34
51
Junior Secondary—
Kelly Road	
64
12
62
55
29
80
75
54
2
4
44
39
34
5
15
34
40
46
48
70
18
46
43
Elementary—
Beaverly      	
Foothills..                    	
Fort George South    	
Fraserview    	
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 97
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
1
IV 1
1
V
1
VI
VII
Special
1  :  2
1
3
1
VIII |
1
IX I
XI
xn
5
64
71
59
81
21
17
19
21
	
6
11
7
	
	
3
5
26
3
6
22
2
6
19
	
	
	
	
	
20
	
	
	
	
5
178
199
177
183
10
—.. |     | .
165 ;
179
136
92
72
—
13
10
1
141
132
117
101
132
92
73
4
6
4
92
58
54
26
47
53
40
54
	
	
88 !
69
63
72
	
19
8
8
....
	
12
13
11
27
,	
	
	
36
37
33
	
	
6
8
5
	
	
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22
20
33
26
	
	
76
86
	
	
4
10
8
—
5
	
	
8
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6
13
1
17
9
12
	
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-
10
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47
64
85
111
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—
—
	
	
5
284
330
334
303
12
19 |  14 |   1
321
259
234
199
132
313
317
279
239
	
	
56
36
35
27
16
	
99
52
174
187
104
36
151
160
88
304
30
144
152
71
789
34
48
858
16
"37
30
""56
15
46
30
36
247
354
304
217
323
266
146
104
143
=
23
	
64
13
41
78
68
18
55
43
73
19
63
67
~64
16
47
64
—
E
36
32
42
41
_
_
64
80
68
79
	
	
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50
48
57
53
	
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82
57
71
91
1
2
2
_
3
6
36
40
33
3
19
43
46
6
55
43
31
5
16
48
29
7
39
45
26
7
25
27
1  43
6
35
45
24
14
33
57
	
	
9
62
63
65
58
	
2
46
62
14
42
81
1  "
1  44
68
1  21
30
68
27
7
	
21
57
51
51
I  60
1
50
1  52
1
67
47
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1
	
1 —
1
 F 98 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 57 (Prince George)—Continued
Elementary—Contin u ed
271
484
53
79
284
287
499
151
356
385
579
33
9
75
422
78
19
573
38
10
72
268
424
428
509
345
89
145
256
27
40
148
137
222
79
170
207
310
13
7
45
210
43
14
295
21
8
39
137
222
230
275
187
56
126
228
26
39
136
150
277
72
186
178
269
20
2
30
212
35
5
278
17
2
33
131
202
198
234
158
33
32
50
4
17
49
44
64
13
37
40
48
10
52
47
9
5
33
50
50
76
36
35
70
14
26
44
41
62
11
38
48
49
7
1
9
38
15
2
55
2
17
26
43
50
61
34
34
14
51
5
20
34
34
68
16
48
41
77
6
5
10
34
19
3
64
6
2
6
27
51
52
65
34
24
38
67
12
16
30
20
49
25
33
40
61
7
2
12
46
7
4
69
5
6
8
28
54
48
60
29
31
Mackenzie 	
Mountainview„  — _	
North Nechako  	
Peden Hill—  	
Quinson	
Seymour  -	
Shady Valley
Westwood	
Wildwoodll	
Totals, District No. 57     	
21,530
10,934
10,596
1,580
1,827
1,714
1,726
District No. 59 (Peace River South)
780
673
517
504
347
250
136
97
431
79
138
42
407
351
243
131
78
290
410
61
185
384
322
254
253
179
122
74
50
213
43
69
23
206
180
122
78
39
156
204
31
98
396
351
263
251
168
128
62
47
218
36
69
19
201
171
121
53
39
134
206
30
87
6
6
51
3
14
10
72
45
18
10
8
40
44
7
26
40
31
18
7
50
9
12
10
41
45
26
13
5
42
47
10
28
41
35
12
20
45
13
11
4
51
44
26
19
17
44
33
5
40
50
27
19
11
48
11
17
8
32
35
27
11
6
44
60
9
25
Junior Secondary—
Elementary—■
Dr. H. J. O'Brien	
Parkhill   -    -     -	
Rolla	
Totals, District No. 59    	
6,150
3,100
3.050
360
434
460
440
District No. 60 (Peace River North)
732
563
509
230
155
143
80
273
333
287
259
123
84
78
39
132
399
276
250
107
71
65
41
141
19
23
25
22
12
26
—
18
14
11
33
23
18
14
26
Junior Secondary—
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Clearview	
Prespatou - —	
Elementary—
Ambrose  	
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 99
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V     1    VI
1
VII
Special
1           2
1
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
36
39
38
39
52
65
60
69
5
7
6
	
	
31
35
35
26
-
37
36
37
38
75
62
61
58
18
21
23
24
41
51
54
54
41
50
70
55
70
95
75
104
4
5
4
1
12
12
10
66
50
60
76
13
16
8
1
4
5
5
67
82
89
95
_  _
6
5
5
2
10
7
4
15
44
55
50
69
47
53
58
61
29
64
70
64
34
54
50
53
	
	
51
44
55
62
	
	
	
	
 |   —.—
	
	
	
	
	
	
63
1,804
1,849 |  1,906
1,885
44 |       86 [       61  |       66
1,786
1,610
1,425
1,160
938
	
162
383
235
247
274
152
229
188
100
	
92
86
87
83
60
66
30
	
62
40
55
59
33
48
41
35
16
17
24
24
8
14
17
14
62
52
68
55
11
13
7
12
25
21
22
16
10
10
	
58
53
41
18
6
46
36
39
28
26
11
74
53
47
36
17
14
42
43
41
17
11
12
	
4
37
5
31
56
13
35
61
12
68
	
14
522
523  |     566
523
12
-     1            1
563
545
474
449
265
	
13
9
215
228
257
181
164
91
100
316
230
23
35
29
40
27
33
31
36
25
21
14
20          19
20
16
	
15
12 |       16
	
	
■
45
36 |       32
1
52
	
 F  100
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
District, Type, and School
Total
1
Boys
Girls
I
II
1
III
District No. 60 (Peace River North)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
18
316
296
480
207
473
66
388
25
197
12
292
8
219
45
7
156
152
258
106
232
30
209
13
95
4
154
3
118
21
11
160
144
222
101
241
36
179
12
102
8
138
5
101
24
	
27
34
45
22
48
46
17
25
22
2
37
35
62
27
55
7
53
2
33
5
47
21
3
26
42
39
23
48
10
53
8
30
1
36
3
26
8
4
42
30
35
27
44
3
50
1
27
3
37
24
4
C. M. Finch                                      	
Grandhaven    	
Mile 18                           —                           	
Tay'nr
Wonowon	
Totals, District No. 60	
5,727
2,893
2,834
328
474
429
412
District No. 61 (Greater Victoria)
1,150
729
824
1,081
937
1,083
795
817
987
878
75
758
860
859
499
849
56
13
190
415
377
236
475
577
361
642
542
650
410
712
295
422
427
350
702
382
517
490
470
430
266
535
208
711
503
585
550
331
394
505
457
580
411
410
504
469
53
409
419
433
284
444
31
7
93
206
193
113
248
286
165
321
290
312
206
356
138
211
224
173
364
179
265
255
222
211
146
259
108
377
261
301
600
398
430
576
480
503
384
407
483
409
22
349
441
426
215
405
25
6
97
209
184
123
227
291
196
321
252
338
204
356
157
211
203
177
338
203
252
235
248
219
120
276
100
334
242
284
40
40
42
74
30
69
36
45
41
84
40
38
40
45
67
41
49
54
50
38
46
18
80
58
76
28
44
34
29
46
76
39
76
62
73
43
78
40
40
33
49
78
37
51
37
60
52
23
55
14
82
74
82
19
45
30
29
43
65
44
64
51
77
46
66
28
39
46
34
68
51
54
62
52
46
34
46
21
86
49
60
20
46
37
28
35
59
39
77
60
63
37
79
31
45
48
38
70
24
61
55
60
44
28
65
32
79
55
67
Secondary—
Oak Bay        	
Junior Secondary—
Cedar Hill    '  	
Oak Bay       	
S. J. Willis      	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
G. R. Pearkes Clinic	
Elementary—
Bank Street  	
Blansh'ard   —	
Braefoot   	
Hillcrest       	
Lake Hill                           	
Northridge   	
Richmond      —	
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F  101
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
X,
XII
6
2
2
2
43
39
58
44
38
34
44
39
13
63
61
66
82
14
_
. .
39
18
30
21
	
	
	
65
79
72
62
	
10
17
10
9
	
54
50
51
31
_
4
5
1
4
	
2
41
33
47
1
37
38
2
39
	
	
1
1
2
1
29
29
37
31
9
4
7
10
	
	
	
15
532
527
554
509
14 | ........
13 |   9
526
463
376
316
230
585
565
	
	
141
100
325
395
263
329
	
	
211
212
174
227
489
164
418
123
	
243
269
308
283
97
244
265
589
397
113
22
21
17
27
\i
27
294
242
310
350
219
286
11
14
9
260
309
298
262
166
289
	
16
	
337
233
308
117
214
133
66
18
21
16
231
260
237
31
25
5
25
32
31
35
8
9
54
45
38
60
63
60
65
71
11
18
28
66
33
74
27
82
33
87
11
9
57
70
82
85
12
46
49
53
49
67
84
101
104
12
61
90
66
92
43
63
84
88
54
93
36
64
78
104
62
104
30
59
98
110
61
116
47
74
5
57
48
62
46
74
40
57
50
5
16
95
94
89
92
33
11
52
65
74
65
52
30
74
26
48
71
78
54
59
42
78
39
61
85
96
62
59
31
76
30
57
81
88
63
68
40
95
28
12
64
122
93
93
	
5
47
63
65
80
7
9
65
1
74
!
85
67
       	
I
 F 102 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
1
1    111
1
District No. 61 (Greater Victoria)—Continued
Elementary— Con tinned
460
110
100
190
115
410
374
216
92
496
402
592
233
68
51
92
51
209
189
106
48
250
208
299
227
42
49
98
64
201
185
110
44
246
194
293
75
36
17
9
51
50
64
40
50
54
24
17
16
44
36
12
62
39
46
29
21
19
19
57
56
21
45
48
54
47
8
19
26
14
42
29
21
~~53
40
55
Sundance	
Tillicum ,  ' ,. -	
Tolmie   . _.           —	
Willows     ,    , _	
Totals, District No. 61 ,	
29,687
14,978
14,709
1,633
1,785
1,724
1,736
District No. 62 (Sooke)
Secondary—
1,582
17
721
434
18
733
238
425
21
425
370
73
15
613
292
266
151
78
383
202
315
370
269
790
17
360
207
381
127
207
15
254
202
35
9
307
156
136
73
41
188
99
148
179
133
792
361
227
18
352
111
218
6
171
168
38
6
306
136
130
78
37
195
103
167
191
136
106
88
43
37
49
31
34
32
10
50
45
47
	
99
30
45
31
43
16
4
80
25
31
26
9
39
27
33
31
35
71
22
36
41
43
23
1
78
28
35
25
14
37
29
39
25
34
67
32
44
44
39
12
2
74
34
35
15
10
36
24
42
35
30
Boys' Club  ,	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Girls' Club          	
Elementary—
Glenlake _	
Wishart                                           	
Totals, District No. 62 	
8,011
4,064
3,947
572
604
581
575
District No. 63 (Saanich)
633
815
484
530
556
140
436
385
154
110
36
421
287
82
117
146
188
199
591  1
309
406
244
273
289
72
219
222
73
57
23
198
159
42
60
75
91
103
293
324
409
240
257
267
68
217
163
81
53
13
223
128
40
57
71
97
96
298
	
56
36
48
28
40
28
100
48
34
27
15
11
39
32
17
28
10
16
17
100
55
33
23
11
13
56
27
12
21
11
23
18
102
44
35
23
15
12
48
29
22
28
18
36
18
89
Junior Secondary—
Elementary—
Elk Lake 	
Keating   	
Lochside	
Royal Oak  	
Sidney	
Totals, District No. 63 ~	
6,310 |
1
3,208
3,102
336
394
405
417
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 103
Pri-
Grade
Intermediate
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
3
42
16
63
25
65
31
72
30
10
30
20
47
31
9
55
23
15
53
27
13
61
20
45
33
34
38
38
42
54
49
12
	
19
73
16
55
44
80
49
69
87
66
67
87
67
55
113
19
20
212
2,029
2,249
2,369
2,535
440 |       61 |       79 |       64
2,629
2,708
2,792
2,547
2,095
342
350
300
285
305
9
3
2
176
100
1
224
126
190
85
2
131
77
46
18
20
81
38
40
81
34
50
85
38
55
72
44
67
	
51
21
	
37
39
45
45
61
49
52
53
50
43
	
10
12
1
2
5
	
80
74
78
100
29
42
55
48
	
22
35
38
36
29
24
10
8
6
11
63
55
44
59
19
32
35
36
39
32
49
36
11
32
49
37
44
66
35
75
42
11
89
626
668
690
729
72 |         9 |        3 [         2
669
701
575
495
351
240
231
338
197
295
147
183
153
148
27
36
134
41
205
36
	
182
217
158
190
_
4
48
44
26
18
46
45
72
28
19
66
70
70
27
13
59
44
61
19
59
22
	
3
33
31
35
45
41
14
	
20
29
21
99
30
26
44
101
23
26
53
34
32
7
442
502
561
531
36
582
551
569
1
535
442
 F  104 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 64 (Gulf Islands)
312
51
52
57
407
30
145
24
25
25
203
11
167
27
27
32
204
19
10
6
6
31
3
........
7
7
6
43
5
7
7
5
44
8
4
3
7
43
Elementary—■
1
909
1,065
520
427
599
611
133
569
57
341
279
45
106
160
245
51
241
440
79
43
66
206
252
29
188
170
235
208
85
58
262
246
10
433
506
276
211
319
303
64
279
24
190
145
24
54
83
137
26
122
213
41
29
40
104
145
21
100
89
128
118
37
33
143
122
9
476
559
244
216
280
308
69
290
33
151
134
21
52
77
108
25
119
227
38
14
26
102
107
8
88
81
107
90
48
25
119
124
1
56
68
71
58
District No. 65 (Cowichan)
48
41
45
18
29
49
48
47
27
22
15
40
23
49
13
67
57
31
15
21
11
36
20
15
12
38
25
24
17
23
45
14
27
19
2
25
64
40
28
52
20
34
13
42
23
12
8
43
31
15
23
21
15
29
16
	
Junior Secondary—■
15
64
44
43
54
16
26
15
24
27
8
14
40
23
16
27
24
14
Elementary—■
Cobble Hill No. 1                                         	
Cobble Hill No. 2                   	
Glenora — - 	
Charles Hoey, V.C.                	
Koksilah —	
Mill Bay                          	
31
19
Thetis Island	
Totals, District No. 65 ...  	
8,026
4,135
3,891
501
532
554
544
District No. 66 (Lake Cowichan)
591
129
28
360
188
68
188
286
63
11
205
94
32
92
305
66
17
155
94
36
96
37
4
46
21
37
4
44
9
26
27
7
46
11
23
28
1
52
10
22
Elementary—
J. H. Boyd —  .    	
Yount	
Totals, District No. 66 	
1,552
783
769
108
120
114
113
District No. 68 (Nanaimo)
1,719
868
366
365
39
670
917
823
430
205
177
39
325
457
896
438
161
188
345
460
	
Junior Secondary—
Wellington  	
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F  105
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
TV
V   VI
1
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
70
68
63
51
60
	
4
8
7
8
9
6
3
7
	
	
8
5
11
9
	
	
58
61
62
63
2
1
2
4
5
1
79
83 |  92
87
3 1   1  1
70
68
63
51
60
514
551
	
8
15
153
133
117
94
	
	
14
17
18
22
142
167
207
148
206
235
123
169
169
10
20
83
14
94
23
75
13
74
._
	
~49
"To
~45
~~51
	
35
47
58
55
13
	
21
"~26
22
22
	
	
30
33
42
30
12
25
41
43
30
28
20
15
80
10
75
19
89
29
	
	
9
6
38
26
48
51
48
12
	
	
29
	
22
16
50
27
	
15
39
25
1
31
17
64
41
39
36
26
26
56
27
33
48
4
27
22
65
30
41
34
3
	
	
94
557
661 |  673
634
76 |  17 |  33 |  22
669
722
578
608
551
1
6 |   8
3
120
148
112
118
76
	
4
5
3
	
66
87
97
110
  I 	
	
	
....--
10
11
. ... | 	
	
19
21
31
25
  1  -
	
	
106
123 |  142
135
6 |   8 |   3
120
148
112
118
76
	
........
1
876
843
289
303
276
126
104
136
16
12
17
98
13
239
129
9
228
93
17
203
	
14
	
308
316
279
 F  106
EDUCATION REPORT, 1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
III
District No. 68 (Nanaimo)—Continued
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 	
Totals, District No. 69..
District No. 70 (Alberni)
Secondary—
Alberni District .
Ucluelet	
Junior Secondary-
Eric J. Dunn	
Mount Klitsa..
A. W. Neill .._
Elementary-Junior Secondary—■
Eric Godson Memorial	
Elementary—
Alberni	
Beaufort	
Beaver Creek..
Calgary	
Cherry Creek.
222
103
343
187
245
124
32
21
335
173
138
71
338
162
58
38
464
227
51
28
558
286
365
182
114
46
125
59
111
59
86
40
261
127
318
162
205
108
286
149
121
66
165
89
171
90
297
145
123
66
205
114
161
92
246
138
178
102
614
327
126
72
290
159
142
77
50
21
242
124
730
6,490
601
302
361
191
36
14
82
43
171
85
29
19
16
11
38
16
128
65
534
280
286
167
1,274
225
559
596
580
48
545
31
194
498
211
615
121
291
327
283
28
288
16
100
246
97
119
156
121
11
162
67
176
20
237
23
272
183
68
66
52
46
134
156
97
137
55
76
81
152
57
91
69
108
76
287
54
131
65
29
118
6,240
299
170
22
39
86
10
5
22
63
254
119
2,282 | 1,193 | 1,089
659
104
268
269
297
20
257
15
94
252
114
33
33
41
19
44
35
41
80
45
17
47
48
44
45
54
26
41
59
T6
43
23
82
33
138
  I
  I
4
98 |
20
140
37
35
28
40
16
25
6
29
20
69
49
10
48
16
13
51
40
17
26
24
34
18
29
40
20
60
24
28
15
7
20
841 |  894
167
23
42
16
24
39
26
28
21
39
9
45
13
56
37
10
30
16
15
58
41
12
22
17
40
20
17
40
17
67
22
33
9
10
33
866
19
7
22
25
29
12
4
13
18
66
59
6
34
147
23
42
31
31
38
18
40
18
56
8
48
18
50
56
21
17
16
47
48
26
26
21
20
25
17
26
27
27
"~86
25
28
10
10
31
935
10
8
15
15
55
29
132
2
66
23
39
24
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F  107
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
V
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
1
XI
XII
1
30
28
39
51
47
43
57
35
27
37
33
13
40
16
41
59
18
44
64
30
50
64
39
19
	
10
50
61
31
13
57
80
46
14
62
70
53
13
113
92
48
16
9
12
25
18
46
""25
11
53
13
60
55
	
3
72
71
62
105
5
	
	
28
21
22
27
33
25
20
28
34
14
26
28
33
19
35
35
16
27
23
42
24
24
38
15
21
32
45
	
	
	
8
31
28
28
40
51
34
75
24
	
	
	
	
73
95
80
94
	
.
21
19
15
,
36
33
22
64
15
34
26
33
... .
11
7
5
28
32
30
25
	
	
46
948
1,045
1,056
1,098
71 |   16 |  12 |  17 |
1,073
1,089
1,004
876
843
96
85
119
138
163
17
13
19
102
122
88
	
	
11
15
18
13
17
	
27
18
17
24
19
56
50
15
62
46
15
26
72
50
23
22
82
38
	
181
169
197
189
.  |  17 |  13
19
198
207
207
138
163
	
32
9
93
74
218
201
238
93
48
183
240
181
106
40
126
155
161
592
45
381
18
5
6
4
6
5
2
3
58
72
59
69
11
24
25
22
.._.-
20
15
9
54
25
64
27
56
34
52
54
i
 F  108
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Total       Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
III
District No. 70 (Alberni)-
Elementary—Continued
Eighth Avenue 	
Faber.  	
-Continued
Franklin River-
Gill	
Glenwood	
G. W. Gray _.
C. T. Hilton	
John Howitt	
Maebelle	
Maquinna	
Redford _
River Bend	
Sproat.
Ucluelet	
Wickaninnish .
Wood	
Totals, District No. 70 .
District No. 71 (Courtenay)
Senior Secondary—Georges P. Vanier	
Junior Secondary—■
Comox — 	
Courtenay.
Cumberland.
Lake Trail	
The House....
Elementary—
Arden	
Beaufort 	
Black Creek	
Brooklyn _
Comox 	
Comox Airport.
Courtenay —
Cumberland	
Denman Island .
Glacier View	
Hornby Island...
Puntledge Park„
Royston  —
Sandwick	
Tsolum 	
Union Bay	
Village Park	
Totals, District No. 71..
District No. 72 (Campbell River)
Senior Secondary-
Junior Secondary-
Campbell River..
Southgate
-Campbell River-
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
Mansons Landing	
Say ward —	
Elementary—
Campbellton  	
Cedar    _
Central 	
Discovery Passage-
Elm .. 	
Evergreen-
Maple .
Ocean Grove..
Pinecrest-	
Quadra T
Rockland	
Stuart Island-
Willow Point .
558
73
28
356
99
199
219
370
102
438
259
78
182
312
272
288
289
37
18
191
41
100
117
180
57
219
140
44
92
164
144
155
269
36
10
165
58
99
102
190
45
219
119
34
90
148
128
133
1
52
93
35
16
28
36
26
64
7
6
31
16
24
49
56
18
33
29
15
23
31
31
33
55
8
5
24
9
29
28
39
16
37
36
9
18
39
27
35
,594
4,400
,215
601
648
321
586
278
208
103
594
306
24
15
274
150
26
15
168
93
210
111
566
300
414
222
591
315
302
146
34
17
173
95
39
18
524
270
244
114
8
8
573
312
97
51
344
176
4,194
614
327
308
105
288
9
124
11
75
99
266
192
276
156
17
78
21
254
130
261
46
168
56
45
74
38
72
26
49
25
26
24
56
41
68
42
5
25
7
48
20
56
15
41
37
"22
19
60
52
62
30
7
18
7
53
27
48
8
35
7,862 I 4,037 | 3,825
900
982
379
73
216
458
578
328
206
54
164
270
74
325
163
4,15
8
256
435
497
180
39
105
228
285
168
101
20
69
145
41
188
83
211
3
139
465
485
199
34
111
230
293
160
105
34
95
125
33
137
80
204
5
117
23
54
57.
39
23
Ts
74
40
15
51
8
6
24
23
65
54
73
63
44
52
23
22
9
11
21
14
48
20
45
27
23
30
48
51
1
1
37
42
79
7
4
50
13
24
27
47
21
50
30
15
19
40
41
30
618 I  573 j  651
31
25
22
62
44
63
30
2
29
8
49
29
53
10
29
443 I  499 I  485 |  486
6
19
51
69
43
29
10
18
36
37
15
47
1
37
Totals, District No. 72.
5,849 I 2,937 |. .2,912
392 I  469 I  416
418
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F  109
Primary
Special
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
IV
1
V  I VI
1
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
xn
70
83
76
81
18
10
15
8
5
4
3
9
38
11
25
22
44
15
39
45
16
35
47
18
86
46
20
33
50
14
87
61
14
29
52
93
13
—
5
30
10
18
31
44
38
13
18
42
33
31
31
51
43
35
27
42
27
25
	
—
48
38
44
60
	
  j
—
34
634
720 |  719
729
105 |   9 | 	
  |
829
747
591
637
399
25
18
13
184
249
76
219
259
178
77
187
205
159
55
188
608
551
2
3
1
4
9
5
	
46
48
43
44
26
31
27
30
31
34
45
42
	
12
66
49
80
60
83
62
91
61
	
3
74
38
87
44
81
48
74
32
5
	
6
3
8
3
26
25
27
	
3
7
7
	
6
60
36
68
30
82
36
86
40
	
2
6
	
	
60
79
67
137
13
	
12
8
12
32
	
	
45
49
52
44
	
	
	
	
49
579
649 |  687
686
24 |   27 [   21 |   14
732
710
612
608
551
52
488
360
15
	
	
320
138
341
136
306
105
14
4
7
12
6
7
3
21
23
16
21
	
—
— ;
25
12
9
	
	
53
.  59
54
68
65
64
93
94
35
. 44
40
31
	
 i
26
34
23
26
9
8
7
	
18
25
25
27
36
42
40
48
	
	
	
	
	
39
46
49
42
13
32
14
21
43
60
61
54
_
1
1
1
2
	
_
39
35
29
37
—
	
	
	
412
477
452
483
7|,  15 |  52
489
496
423
488
360
 F  110 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pu
pils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
1
11
III
District No. 75 (Mission)
Secondary—Mission	
Junior Secondary-
768
400
454
70
169
33
168
126
274
52
17
32
560
31
174
133
574
189
374
184
242
37
96
14
87
59
139
30
10
15
312
13
90
68
304
94
394
216
212
33
73
19
81
67
135
22
7
17
248
18
84
65
270
95
43
41
70
94
11
31
11
13
10
42
11
8
5
49
4
23
23
76
24
8
18
6
12
7
42
6
2
6
46
3
18
15
67
24
Elementary—■
Bell Road          	
10
21
6
12
12
32
7
7
3
60
5
23
12
75
29
Totals, District No. 75        -  	
4,224
2,168
2,056
248
341
280
314
District No. 76 (Agassiz-Harrison)
479
66
361
53
234
38
201
29
245
28
160
24
	
66
7
29
28
10
27
25
Elementary—
12
Kent	
54
Totals, District No. 76 ,	
959
502
457
66
64
62
66
District No. 77 (Summerland)
685
55
615
160
369
28
335
84
316
27
280
76
84
78
10
72
17
Elementary—
MacDonald.   —
Trout Creek ...         	
64
25
Totals, District No. 77—	
1,515
816
699
84
88
89
100
District No. 80 (Kitimat)
1,253
27
327
272
664
568
428
645
11
151
146
341
303
230
608
16
176
126
323
265
198
	
22
39
100
82
47
41
36
96
66
52
33
34
76
75
52
Elementary-
43
Cormorant. 	
Kildala	
34
80
62
54
Totals, District No. 80	
3,539
1,827
1,712
290
291
270
District No. 81 (Fort Nelson)
313
394
399
3
8
17
151
202
207
3
3
10
162
192
192
5
7
	
65
52
1
50
51
1
2
2
49
48
1
Elementary—
R. L. Angus	
G. W. Carlson 	
52
48
1
3
Fireside 	
Mile 392                        	
Mile 456	
Totals, District No. 81	
1,134
576
558
118
106
98
104
District No. 84 (Vancouver Island West)
159
113
60
372
7
30
8
200
86
72
31
190
3
14
4
102
73
41
29
182
4
16
4
98
—-
5
51
2
5
2
30
7
50
1
5
25
	
7
38
2
1
34
Elementary-Senior Secondary—Captain Meares	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Zeballos 	
Elementary—-
Gold River  	
8
56
2
Totals, District No. 84	
949
502
447
95
88
82
94
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 111
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
rv
VI
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
1 x
XI
xn
249
297
222
170
146    84
13
18
14
7
219
183  	
13
10
9
9
18
22
31
28
10
20
37
25
49
13
17
13
11
25
29
31
32
7
6
6
9
7
6
5
15
50
8
21
48
5
27
84
6
31
100
24
38
7
	
	
	
-----
17
25
25
16
_ ._
_
71
83
67
41
23
28
22
39
	
	
	
15
303
343
355
358
58 |  18 |  14
7
389
329 |  333
297
222
88
106
9
0    89
69
37
12
14
11
51
66
68
	
	
	
——
	
	
63
80
79
88
  1 	
	
106
9
0    89
69
37
14
144
13
7   125
123
142
17
27
62
76
89
90
20
30
27
31
	
_.—
	
	
	
	
99
133
116
121
W 1 	
	
144
13
7 |  125
123
142
  ]  29
13
14
286
3
27
9   252
6    18
216
164
48
48
46
46
4
34
93
69
32
83
70
27
65
62
27
71
82
5
	
	
	
61
55
64
43
	
	
	
4
305
288
264
269
5 |  29 |   13 |   14
289
28
5 [  270
216
164
........
93
8
4    67
42
27
43
48
39
48
54
53
49
44
1
3
2
2
3
3
3
—
—
100
107
91
97
	
93
8
4    67
42
27
42
4
6    28
25
18
38
24
2
1    19
7
4
8
8
7
3
7
47
44
52
34
1
1
1
1
5
4
2
3
1
1
1
35
31
21
97
89
83
80
  1 -----
  1
73
6
7 |  47
32
22
 F  112
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
I
Total       Boys       Girls
Kindergarten
Grade
II    i    III
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—
Alert Bay Primary	
Coal Harbour	
Echo Bay   	
A. J. Elliott	
Fort Rupert  	
Kokish   	
Mahatta River  	
Minstrel Island	
Port McNeill —	
San Josef Annex	
Robert Scott    	
Thompson Sound —	
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	
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 (Terrace)
Senior Secondary—Caledonia	
Secondary—
Hazelton	
Stewart  	
Junior Secondary—
Skeena
Thornhill 	
Elementary-Junior Secondary—Jack Cook.
Elementary—-
Copper Mountain	
John Field 	
Cassie Hall  	
E. T. Kenney  	
Kiti-K'Shan.
Kitwanga	
Clarence Michiel..
391
256
325
231
369
163
100
73
21
70
152
54
24
9
255
80
461
23
14
19
995
194
294
143
619
156
85
63
173
117
39
2.878
453
560
337
169
864
352
206
127
158
117
201
87
488
102
155
80
312
87
42
31
93
65
21
1,476
79
45
231
114
25
17
25
12
37
22
56
31
241
284
165
87
421
179
20
12
299
148
258
144
250
118
387
201
281
138
122
61
510
271
185
129
167
114
168
76
3,090 | 1,566 | 1,524
507
92
139
63
307
69
43
32
80
52
18
1,402
34
117
8
13
15
25
212
276
172
82
443
173
151
114
132
186
143
61
239
27
33
12
57
43
30
37
36
15
14
8
13
2
28
42
6
15
78
74
27
27
29
25
9
6
11
13
6
3
5
4
2
121
134
38
40
46
34
36
27
225
236
79
64
13
10
1
4
5
9
3
1
7
12
2
I
9 I
13 |
I
22
73
I
35
29
34
103
87
15
17
29
10
34
9
2
5
27
6
1
1
33
17
53
7
2
15
28
16
47
28
15
9
30
11
7
14
12
13
45
22
9
4
24
13
7
143 |  206
7
6
27
24
4
4
2
2
3
7
6
7
49
50
39
23
94
57
13
31
21
81
60
13
36
36
15
36
6
6
23
9
5
1
28
65
2
1
2
292 |  288 |  253 |  271
19
12
15
67
25
9
10
34
11
3
163 |  205
7
25
10
54
37
26
81
77
10
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F  113
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
IV
1
V  I VI
1
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
47
51
51
66
118
58
26
39
39
30
114
18
44
55
29
82
22
56
27
36
34
28
28
14
11
33
34
36
32
32
42
28
18
17
12
14
23
14
11
—
7
15
7
3
	
3
8
23
10
3
1
40
55
2
12
25
8
2
1
36
63
2
9
6
2
2
40
82
3
9
1
1
4
1
	
::
3
2 |   3
1
3 1   2
2
	
...
	
5
5 1   2
3
	
3
262
300 |  278
285
5
  | ..— |   18
233
232
194
118
58
	
8
185
211
236
208
147
17
17
21
14
18
12
20
10
8
30
26    22
25
27
33
27
23
16
18
18
14
27
 - 1 	
7
	
	
—..
60
26
H
32
67
23
13
15
27
92
32
10
13
26
150
7
11
	
=
13
19
16
19
	
6
9
7
..—
  |   | 	
	
7
225
234 |  253
242
19
  1 -  1 -	
230
256
283
241
171
12
I
I
|
7 |   11
6
9
4
19
19
19
23
21
21
19
	
5
6
2
2
	
5
4
1
6
6
4
3
2
::;:::
9
10 |   4
6
	
—
54
49 J  46
42
  I   1 	
30
25
19
	
—
338
222
102
83
78
40
34
	
5
42
46
43
20
13
7 1   15
5
295
309
233
13
4    2
119
131
83
8
44
32
55
37
27
58
38
22
57
44
72
68
12
1
12
28
	
—- 1   1 	
	
20
13
23
__
61
140
153
144
12
	
	
 F    114
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.4    SUMMARY OF
District, Type, and School
Pupils Enrolled
Kindergarten
Grade
Total
Boys
Girls
I
II
III
District No. 88 (Terrace)—Continued
Elementary—Continued
76
171
93
349
438
368
33
362
6,299
42
85
44
177
214
203
16
195
3,205
34
86
49
172
224
165
17
167
3,094
11
45
10
42
125
45
7
30
18
45
105
10
42
8
32
13
46
91
5
42
13
38
12
39
52
47
5
48
Totals, District No. 88 -	
546
483
443
485
District No. 89 (Shuswap)
840
628
343
355
346
177
70
236
352
174
26
137
11
115
200
13
102
79
52
71
146
35
235
448
159
88
211
179
235
436
307
185
189
171
92
30
126
184
93
12
70
5
66
101
7
57
36
27
31
79
21
128
244
79
50
109
87
118
404
321
158
166
175
85
40
110
168
81
14
67
6
49
99
6
45
43
25
40
67
14
107
204
80
38
102
92
117
16
46
49
15
44
14
21
35
30
93
363
	
	
15
9
45
22
	
17
3
29
17
1
11
	
32
29
15
53
34
17
20
15
34
418
10
13
50
23
9
5
18
20
5
19
20
24
19
30
38
11
12
23
19
31
399
15
9
18
39
13
17
3
21
18
2
13
18
24
49
44
27
12
29
24
20
Junior Secondary—
J. L. Jackson —
Elementary-Junior Secondary—
A. L. Fortune	
Elementary—■
M. V. Beattie . ., —
Centennial 	
Falkland	
Kingfisher       _	
Notch Hill	
Totals, District No. 89	
6,063
3,140
2,923
415
District No. 92 (Nisgha)
40
23
17
11
3
7
5
Totals, District No. 92 ..... 	
40
23
17
11
3
7
5
 STATISTICAL TABLES
NET ENROLMENT—Continued
F 115
Pri-
Grade
Inter-
Occupational
Grade
Special
IV    V  | VI
1      1
VII
Special
1
2
3
VIII   IX | X  | XI
XII
1
1
........ [  12
|  26
-  1   15
..— |  45
= 1-"
 - 1   5
10 [  43
14
12
42
116
4
49
11
13
42
100
4
49
48
89
34
18 |  467 |  512 |  512 |  514
37 |  20 |  24 |   7
558
569
437 |  398
269
	
17
10
38
42
27
22
19
18
1
16
8
26
39
55
23
12
30
25
28
22
19
18
38
51
24
15
30
4
17
22
22
34
62
35
17
30
36
44
56
27
11
46
76
36
18
	
23
12
28
18
65
30
18
45
36
39
70
70
17
50
29
24
28
30
22
57
33
34
24
39
26
16
25
10
184
167
81
93
18
207
176
64
98
23
160
186
62
85
361
319
	
  |  456 |  540 |  584
527
26 |  16 J  25 |  10
543 [  568 |  493 |  361 |  319
3
2
3
2
3
1
|     I
-  1 -  1 -----
!
i
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3
2
3
2
3
1
  1 -  1  —
1     1
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1
 F  116 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.5    RECAPITULATION OF NET ENROLMENT1, 1974/75,
Grade
Elementary
Elementary-
Junior Secondary
Elementary-
Senior Secondary
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
1   Girls
I
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
XII	
1,053
1,948
2,549
18
17
273
443
532
574
602
300
416
455
507
547
4
573
XI	
522
944
1,249
io
859
X                             	
	
531
1,004
1,300
18
7
987
IX  	
1,081
VIII	
	
1,149
4
Occupational 1   	
9
1
10
6
Subtotals 	
9
1
10
2,860
2,725 |    5,585
2,430
2,229
4,659
1,955
22,053
22,971
22,420
20,480
1,566
19,163
18,885
19,947
18,498
1,114
21,389
21,873
21,304
19,482
873
18,079
17,992
18,313
17,506
3,069
43,442
44,844
43,724
39,962
2,439
37,242
36,877
38,260
36,004
31
923
548
454
403
40
347
311
358
278
52 |         83
883   [     1.806
71
419
231
117
131
94
108
101
142
60
358
181
113
99
101
82
111
144
131
VII.        	
777
VI...        	
543
400
359
24
292
249
306
279
1,091
854
762
64
639
560
664
557
412
V.    	
IV.	
230
230
Primary Special   	
Ill
II	
I 	
195
190
212
Kindergarten  	
286
167,938
157,925
325,863
3,693
3,387 |    7,080
1,414 |    1,249
2,663
Totals    	
167,947
157,926
325,873
6,553
6,112
12,665
3 Rd4   1     3 478
7,322
i Net enrolment is the total number of pupils on the register on the first day of school, plus new arrivals
2 Vocational school, district and regional college, correspondence, adult and night school enrolments are not
 STATISTICAL TABLES F 117
BY TYPE OF SCHOOL, GRADE, AND SEX OF PUPILS
Junior Secondary
Secondary
Senior Secondary
Totals
,2 Public Schools
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
Boys
Girls
Total
10,335
13,782
13,913
373
593
570
9,904
13,345
13,507
192
248
307
20,239
27,127
27,420
565
841
877
11,257
13,671
10,603
8,752
8,625
254
280
293
11,713
13,478
10,757
8,616
8,194
196
177
164
22,970
27,149
21,360
17,368
16,819
450
457
457
5,201
5,818
85
43
19
5,390
5,894
39
27
6
10,591
11,712
124
70
25
16,731
19,932
22,001
24,112
24,440
730
916
904
17,403
19,788
21,638
23,412
23,497
427
456
488
34,134
39,720
43,639
47,524
47,937
1,157
1,372
1,392
39,566
37,503
77,069
53,735
53,295
107,030
11,166
11,356
22,522
109,766
107,109
216,875
256
161
417
652
362
1,014
56
20
1
76
3
3,021
23,395
23,750
22,991
21,014
1,608
19,604
19,304
20,406
18,918
1,769
22,630
22,597
21,817
19,940
898
18,472
18,323
18,730
17,929
4,790
46,025
46,347
44,808
	
2
40,954
2,506
38,076
37,627
	
39,136
36,847
256 [       161
417
652
362 |    1,014
58
21
79
174,011
163,105
337,116
39,822 I 37,664
77,486
54,387
53,657
108,044
11,224
11,377
22,601
283,777
270,214
553,991
during the school-year, minus those who transfer to another British Columbia public school or class.
included.
 F  118 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 1.6    CHANGES IN NET ENROLMENT DURING THE SCHOOL-
Grade Ranges
September
1973
June
1974
Changes,
Sept. 1973 to June 1974
Number
Per Cent
Senior secondary (XI and XII) FTE's  	
Junior secondary (VIII to X+occupational) FTE's	
69,135
138,171
71,399
139,900
2,264
1,729
3.3
1.3
207,306
211,299
3,993
1.9
Intermediate (IV to VII and intermediate special) FTE's
181,594
116,185
185,551
119,007
3,957
2,822
2.2
2.4
Subtotals, Grades I to VII and special FTE's	
297,779
304,558
6,779
2.3
31,417
15,708.5
33,142
16,571.0
1,725
862.5
5.5
5.5
Subtotals,   Elementary   (K  to   Vll+special) net
329,196
313,487.5
337,700
321,129.0
8,504
7,641.5
2.6
Subtotals, Elementary  (K to Vll+special)  FTE
2.4
Total net enrolment (K to XII)..   	
536,502
520,793.5
548,999
532,428.0
12,497
11,634.5
2.3
Total FTE net enrolment (K to XII)   	
2.2
FTE - full-time equivalent.
Each Grade I to XII pupil enrolled is counted as 1.0 FTE's.
Each Kindergarten pupil is counted as 0.5 FTE's.
 STATISTICAL TABLES F119
YEAR FROM SEPTEMBER TO SEPTEMBER AND FROM JUNE TO JUNE
September
1974
June
1975
Changes,
Sept. 1974 to June 1975
Changes,
Sept. 1973 to Sept. 1974
Changes,
June 1974 to June 1975
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
Number
Per Cent
71,470
141,151
73,854
143,021
2,384
1,870
3.4
1.3
2,335
2,980
3.4
2.2
2,455
3,121
3.4
2.2
212,621
216,875
4,254       [        2.0
5,315
2.6
5,576         |          2.6
179,392
114,548
182,924
117,345
3,532
2,797
2.0
2.4
—2,202
-1,637
-1.2
— 1.4
—2,627                —1.4
— 1,662         |      —1.4
293,940
300,269
6,329               2.2
—3,839               —1.3
—4,289         |      —1.4
35,500
17,750.0
36,847
18,423.5
1,347
673.5
3.8
3.8
4,083
2,041.5
13.0
13.0
3,705
1,852.5
11.2
11.2
329,440
311,690.0
337,116
318,692.5
7,676
7,002.5
2.3
2.2
244
-1,797.5
0.1
-0.6
-584
-2,436.5
-0.2
-0.8
542,061
524,311.0
553,991
535,567.5
11.930
11,256.5
2.2
2.2
5,559                    1.0
3,517.5                0.7
1
4,992
3,139.5
0.9
0.6
  STATISTICAL TABLES
F 121
TEACHERS
Table Page
2.1 Distribution of Full-time Equivalent Professional Staff and Pupil/Teacher
Ratios by Type of School, June 1975  123
2.2 Teachers' Certificates  124
2.3 Teachers and Principals With and Without University Degrees  125
2.4 Highest Degree by Faculty and Level (Teachers, Principals, Administra
tive and Supervisory Staff)  125
2.5 New Inquiries and Sources of Full-time Teaching Force  126
2.6 British Columbia Public School Full-time Teacher Flow, September 1973
to September 1974.
127
2.7 Changes in Numbers of Teachers During the School-year and From June
30 to June 30  128
2.8 Sources of Teachers Beginning in British Columbia, September 1974  128
(Those With Less Than One Year of British Columbia Experience)
2.9 Numbers  of  Trainees  Completing Certification  Programs   at  British
Columbia Universities in 1973/74 and Teaching/Not Teaching in
September  1974  129
2.10 Certificates Issued During the 1974/75 School-year (July 1, 1974, to
June 30, 1975)  130
2.11 Number of Full-time Teachers by Type of Certificate and Average Years
of British Columbia Experience  130
2.12 Certificates and Degrees of Full-time Teachers, Principals, and Super
visors, September 1973 and September 1974  130
2.13 Certification of Full-time British Columbia Teachers According to Loca
tion of Initial Teacher Training, September 1973 and September
1974  131
Teachers' Salaries by Type of School:
2.14 Supervising Principals (Principals Not Enrolling a Division) __ 132
2.15 Full-time Teachers and Teaching Principals  133
2.16 Part-time Teachers  134
2.17 District-employed Instructional Staff  135
2.18 Full-time Equivalent District-employed Instructional Staff (Not Assigned
to Specific Schools)  136
2.19 B.C. Public School Pupil/Teacher Ratios by School District.
137
PROVINCIAL EDUCATIONAL MEDIA CENTRE
2.20 School Broadcasts	
138
2.21  (1) Distribution of Audio-Visual Materials  138
(2) Distribution Services Circulation Report  139
  STATISTICAL TABLES
F 123
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 over-all
pupil/teacher ratio decreased by 1.61 from June 1974 to June 1975. This decrease
is somewhat less than the 1.74 decrease experienced between October 1973 and
October 1974. The June net enrolment data in the table below are inflated because
some students are counted who are not in school in June (i.e., students who graduated
in January and students who left the system before June). The pupil/teacher ratios
in this table therefore reflect the maximum possible situation where all the different
students who were ever in the system during the September to June school-year are
related to the number of teachers in the system as of June. The pupil/teacher ratios
in Table 2.19 reflect more accurately the actual enrolment and teacher situations as
of October 31.
Number
of
Schools
Supervising
Principals
Instructional Staff
Total
Professional
Staff
Average Number of Pupils
per FTE 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
secondary —	
23
124
125
16
55
1,230
23
116
122
14
29
653
826.4
3,862.8
2,839.6
268.6
505.4
11,606.9
282.1
1,511.2
1,171.1
81.7
118.2
1,696.3
348.2
1,108.5
5,374.0
4,010.7
350.3
623.6
13,303.2
348.2
1,131.5
5,490.0
4,132.7
364.3
652.6
13,956.2
348.2
27.35
27.97
27.29
26.73
24.51
26.52
20.39
20.10
19.32
20.49
19.86
23.14
19.97
19.68
18.75
19.71
18.98
22 06
District-wide
Total instructional staff	
957
19,909.7
5.208.8
25,118.5
26,075.5
26.90
21.32
20.54
District-wide
428.9
Totals   	
1,573
957
19,909.7
5,208.8
25.118.5   I  26.504.4
26.90     1     21.32
20.21
* Obtained by dividing the June FTE net enrolment (each Kindergarten pupil counted as 0.5)  by the
June FTE teachers.
Source: June 30, 1975, Forms F and G.
 F 124
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TABLE 2.3    TEACHERS AND PRINCIPALS WITH AND WITHOUT
UNIVERSITY DEGREES  (JUNE 1975)
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
i
814
4,088      j
3,243      |
246
416
7,356
193
216
872
455
33
51
560
59
89.5
89.3
88.4
75.0
69.7
54.8
66.3
121
594
487
93
203
6,526
128
10.5
10.7
11.6
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30.3
45.2
33.7
1,151
5,554
4,185
372
670
14,442
380
4.2
20.4
Junior secondary	
Elementary-senior secondary
Elementary-junior secondary
Elementary   	
District-wide instructors*-	
15.4
1.4
2.5
53.1
1.4
Total instructional staffs	
16,356      |
2,246
69.5
8,152
30.5
26,754
98.4
District-wide supervisory
staff                    	
234
183
95.2
21
4.8
438
1.6
Total staff
16,590
2,429
|        69.9
1
8,173
30.1
27,192
100 0
i Excludes any district-wide personnel who were also reported as part-time school personnel.
2 Part-time teachers and 17 exchange teachers are included.
Source: June 30, 1975, Forms F and G.
TABLE 2.4 HIGHEST DEGREE BY FACULTY AND LEVEL (TEACHERS,
PRINCIPALS, ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPERVISORY STAFF),
JUNE 1975
Faculty
Bachelors
Masters
Doctorates
Totals
P&Ti
A&S2
P&T
A&S
P&T
A&S
P&T
A&S
Combined
8,393
5,095
1,547
439
320
138
131
77
25
42
2
15
4
5
41
237
138
17
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2
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16
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668
182
17
3
19
6
22
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4
133
82
10
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24
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9,510
5,763
1,729
456
320
141
150
83
47
50
27
16
8
5
45
372
220
27
5
2
5
19
4
2
10
2
1
9,882
5 983
Arts	
Science  _.	
1,756
461
Home Economics — 	
Commerce and Business Administration — 	
Music	
322
146
169
87
49
Fine Arts  	
Philosophy—   	
Forestry  _	
50
37
16
10
5
Other	
46
Totals  	
16,274
427
2,042
231
34
11
18,350
669
19,0193
1 P & T=Principals and teachers attached to specific schools.
2 A & S=School district administrative, supervisory, and instructional personnel not attached to a specific
school.
3 Includes seven degrees among 17 exchange teachers.
Source: June 30,1975 Forms F and G.
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EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 2.5    NEW INQUIRIES AND SOURCES OF FULL-TIME
TEACHING FORCE
Source of
Initial Teacher
Training
New Inquiries
Received in
School-year
1974/75
First Certificate
Issued in School-
year 1974/75 to
Persons Initially
Inquiring
Teaching in
Sept. 1974 but
Not Teaching
in B.C.
Public School
System in
Sept. 1973
Total
Sept. 1974
Full-time
Teachers
British Columbia:
1,359
27.5
732
14.8
528
10.7
173
3.5
239
4.9
3,031
61.4
341
6.9
69
1.4
1,167
23.6
146
2.9
186
3.8
1,909
38.6
2,828
72.6
447
11.5
216
5.5
41
1.1
69
1.8
3,601
92.5
46
1.2
6
0.1
182
4.7
26
0.7
32
0.8
292
7.5
2,705
59.7
642
14.1
276
6.1
50
1.1
95
2.1
3,7691
83.1
222
4.9
24
0.5
342
7.5
65
1.4
113
2.5
766
16.9
18,510
72.4
Prairie Provinces:
2,815
11.0
Ontario:
670
2.6
Quebec:
Number — — —
Per cent       	
Atlantic Provinces:
158
0.6
297
1.2
Total, Canada:
Number    	
22,4511
87.8
United Kingdom:
1,297
5.0
Other Europe:
Number - —	
110
0.4
United States:
1,009
4.0
Australia, New Zealand:
426
1.7
Other non-Canadian and not reported:
Number —	
282
1 1
Total non-Canadian and not reported:
3,124
12 2
Grand totals:
4,940
100.0
3,893
100.0
4,535
100.0
25,575
100.0
i Includes one teacher who received initial teacher training in the Yukon Territory.
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EDUCATION REPORT, 1974/75
TABLE 2.7    CHANGES IN NUMBERS OF TEACHERS1 DURING THE
SCHOOL-YEAR AND FROM JUNE 30 TO JUNE 30
Sept.
1973
June
1974
Changes
Sept.-June
Sept.
1974
June
1975
Changes
Sept.-June
Changes
June-June
Number
Per
Cent
Number
Per
Cent
Number
Per
Cent
Full-time _	
26,631.0
954.0
471.4
23,873.0
1,049.0
532.7
242.0
95.0
61.3
1.0
10.0
13.0
25,575.0
1,302.0
655.6
25,779.0
1,413.0
725.4
204.0
111.0
69.8
0.8
8.5
10.6
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364.0    | 34.7
Part-time FTE's2__.
192.7    | 36.2
Total staff	
24,585.0 124,922.0
337.0
303.3
1.4
1.3
26,877.0
27,192.0
315.0
1.2
2,270.0    |    9.1
Total FTE's2_
24,102.4
24,405.7
26,230.6
26,504.4
273.8
1.0
2,098.7    [    8.6
i Includes district-wide as well as school-attached professional teaching staff.
2 FTE's=full-time equivalent teachers.
Source: June 30, Forms F and G; September 30, Form J.
TABLE 2.8 SOURCES OF TEACHERS1 BEGINNING IN BRITISH COLUMBIA SEPTEMBER 1974 (THOSE WITH LESS THAN ONE YEAR
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPERIENCE)
Elementary Beginners
Secondary Beginners
Location of Initial
Teacher Education
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	
481
187
355
26
65
25.4
9.9
18.7
1.4
3.4
14.5
5.7
10.7
0.8
2.0
431
100
148
1
52
30.5
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10.4
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13.0
3.0
4.5
1.6
912
UVIC	
SFU.	
287
503
NDU -	
27
B.C. Normal School, other and
117
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1,114
|      58.8
33.7
732
51.8
22.1
1,846
130
101
63
128
24
36
|        6.9
5.3
3.3
6.7
1.3
1.9
3.9
3.1
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3.9
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1.1
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65
31
123
20
36
1
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4.6
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1.4
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1.0
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0.6
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270
166
94
Ontario
251
44
Atlantic provinces 	
Yukon —	
72
1
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482
25.4
14.6
416
29.5
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|      898
82
165
5
12
12
5
1
4.3
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0.2
0.3
0.3
0.2
65
139
3
8
9
6
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0.6
0.6
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0.2
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0.2
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304
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282
|      14.9
8.5
230
16.3
|       7.0
|      512
18
|        0.9
0.5
34
2.4
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1        52
1,896
|    100.0
57.3
1,412
|    100.0
j      42.7
1
|   3,308
i Includes school-attached and district-wide full-time public school teachers.
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EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 2.10    CERTIFICATES ISSUED DURING THE 1974/75
SCHOOL-YEAR (JULY 1, 1974, TO JUNE 30, 1975)
Teaching
Licence
Standard
Professional
Instructor's
Diploma
Other
Total
Interim 	
43
355
22
1,394
1,395
43
4,342
48
6
51
211
1,841
92
Nonexpiring __	
5,787
Totals	
43
1,771
5,780
105
2U
7,720
1 Composed of 19 Permanent Vocational Instructor's Certificates and two Permanent Elementary B Certificates.   In addition, 636 Letters of Permission were issued for the 1974/75 school-year.
TABLE 2.11 NUMBER OF FULL-TIME TEACHERS, BY TYPE OF
CERTIFICATE AND AVERAGE YEARS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
EXPERIENCE
Certificate
Professional
Standard
Teaching
Licence
Elementary C
Letter of
Permission
Totali
19,049
9.5
1
4,608      [
6.5
1,517
12.7
11
12.6
349
2.2
25,575
Average years
of British Columbia
ex-
8.2
i Including 23 Vocational Certificates and 18 Instructor's Diplomas.
Source: September 30, 1974, Form J.
TABLE 2.12 CERTIFICATES AND DEGREES OF FULL-TIME TEACHERS, PRINCIPALS, AND SUPERVISORS, SEPTEMBER 1973 AND
SEPTEMBER 1974
Septemt
er 1973
September 1974
Changes in Qualifications
of Staff, Sept.-Sept.
Number
Percentage
of Total
Full-time
Teachers
Number
Percentage
of Total
Full-time
Teachers
Number
Per Cent
Certificate—
Professional!  .
Standard2	
17,071      |
4,527
1,816
16
25
176
72.2
19.2
7.7
0.1
0.1
	
0.7
19,049
4,608
1,517
11
23
18
349
74.5
18.0
6.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
1.4
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1,978                11.6
81                  1.8
299                 16 5
Elementary C	
—5             —31.3
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18
173      [          98.3
Instructor's Diploma	
Totals 	
23,631      |
100.0      |
25,575
100.0
1,944      |            8.2
Degree—
42
1,917      |
13,957      |
7,715
0.2
8.1      [
59.1
32.6
52
2,177
15,883
7,463
0.2      |
8.5      [
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29.2 j
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Master's  	
Bachelor's	
None  	
260      |          13.6
1,926                13.8
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Totals	
23,631      |
100.0
25,575
100.0
I
1,944      |            8.2
1
i Including Professional Advanced, Professional Basic, Professional C.
2 Including Elementary A.
3 Including Elementary B.
Source: September 30, 1974, Form J.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
F  131
TABLE 2.13 CERTIFICATION OF FULL-TIME BRITISH COLUMBIA
TEACHERS ACCORDING TO LOCATION OF INITIAL TEACHER
TRAINING, SEPTEMBER 1973 AND SEPTEMBER 1974.
Source of Initial Teacher Education
To
Current
British Columbia
Certificate
British Columbia
Other
Canadian
Provinces
Other
Countries
Not
Reported
als
Sept. '73
Sept. '74
Sept. '73
Sept. '74
Sept. '73
Sept. '74
Sept. '73
Sept. '74
Sept. '73 Sept. '74
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N	
13,079
74.6
76.6
55.3
3,215
18.3
71.0
13.6
1,121
6.4
61.7
4.7
12
0.1
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0.1
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0.5
50.6
0.4
14,203
76.5
74.6
55.5
3,134
16.9
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12.3
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5.3
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3.9
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0.4
216
1.2
61.9
0.9
2,111
63.5
12.4
8.9
688
20.7
15.2
2,679
68.0
14.0
10.5
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20.1
17.2
1,849
68.6
10.8
7.8
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23.0
13.7
2.6
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7.3
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71.2
11.4
8.5
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22.4
14.8
2.6
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4.6
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100.0
72.2
4,527
100.0
19.2
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100.0
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14.9
27.3
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12.5
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30
0.9
386
9.8
25.4
1.5
2
0.1
18.2
79
2.0
1,517
A	
B	
100.0
C  	
5.9
Elementary C
N      .   	
11
A...
B   	
100.0
C  	
0.4
Letter of Permission
N	
349
A	
1.4
B     	
17.0 |      22.6
0.1  |        0.3
100.0
C	
o.i 1  	
1.4
Totals
N	
17,539
100.0
72.4
18,554
100.0
72.5
3.327
3.936
2,695
100.0
11.4
3,044
100.0
11.9
70
100.0
0.3
23,631*
100.0
100.0
100.0
25,5755
A	
100.0 |    100.0
  1    	
14.1  1      15.4
100.0
B           	
100.0
C                ...    .
100.0
N=Number of full-time teachers from that jurisdiction who hold the type of certificate shown expressed
as a percentage of:
A—Percentage of teachers from that jurisdiction holding all types of certificates.
B—Percentage of teachers from all jurisdictions holding that type of certificate.
C—Percentage of teachers from all jurisdictions holding all types of certificates.
1 Including Professional Advanced, Professional Basic, and Professional C Certificates.
2 Including Elementary A Certificates.
3 Including Elementary B Certificates.
4 Including 25 Vocational Instructor's Certificates.
5 Including 23 Vocational Instructor's Certificates and 18 Instructor's Diplomas.
 F 132
EDUCATION REPORT, 1974/75
TEACHERS' SALARIES BY TYPE OF SCHOOL
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
36,750-37
36,250-36.
35,750-36,
35,250-35.
34,750-35.
34,250-34.
33,750-34.
33,250-33:
32,750-33.
32,250-32.
31,750-32.
31,250-31.
30,750-31.
30,250-30,
29,750-30.
29,250-29.
28,750-29.
28,250-28.
27,750-28
27,250-27
26,750-27.
26,250-26.
25,750-26,
25,250-25.
24,750-25:
24,250-24.
23,750-24.
23,250-23.
22,750-23.
22,250-22.
21,750-22,
21,250-21
20,750-21
20,250-20
19,750-20.
19,250-19.
18,750-19,
18,250-18
17,750-18.
17,250-17.
16,750-17.
16,250-16
15,750-16.
15,250-15.
14,750-15,
14,250-14,
13,750-14,
,249..
.749..
,249..
,749..
,000..
,749..
,249-
,749..
249„
749-
249-
.749..
,249..
.749-
,249.
749..
,249..
,749..
,249-
,749..
,249..
,749..
,249..
,749..
249..
,749..
,249..
749..
,249..
,749..
,249..
,749..
,249..
.749..
.249...
,749...
.249..
,749..
,249...
,749...
,249...
,749...
,249..
.749..
249...
749...
249...
Totals......
Medians.
2
4
59
26
31
50
24
46
35
63
48
35
23
30
30
29
19
19
13
10
9
9
9
6
3
3
1
3
2
3
1
653       |
29
$26,404 !   $25,874
14
$27,250
4
5
9
5
8
7
16
14
8
9
4
10
5
4
2
2
2
2
2
122
$30,071
116
$31,166 |   $32,000
I
5
1
1
2
13
9
6
11
12
20
19
13
18
29
83
46
47
63
37
58
45
74
52
44
30
34
33
29
19
24
14
11
9
11
9
6
3
4
1
3
2
3
1
1
1
1
957
$27,375
100.0
99.5
99.4
99.3
99.1
97.7
96.8
96.1
95.0
93.7
91.6
89.6
88.3
86.4
83.4
74.7
69.9
65.0
58.4
54.6
48.5
43.8
36.1
30.6
26.0
22.9
19.4
15.9
12.9
10.9
8.4
6.9
5.8
4.8
3.7
2.7
2.1
1.8
1.4
1.3
0.9
0.7
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
Source: June 30, 1975, Form F.
Total principals not enrolling a division, 957; median salary, $27,375; mean salary, $27,266.
 STATISTICAL TABLES F 133
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
$
30 750 31 249
4
5
4
3
12
2
10
8
8
14
11
5
8
9
13
108
28
39
305
250
158
99
330
470
258
116
135
213
181
204
188
242
188
276
229
228
213
260
258
89
79
16
8
5
4
2
4
6
8
5
16
8
28
24
21
35
74
37
32
47
63
187
87
128
519
549
395
254
633
1,453
729
349
400
920
1,041
672
603
941
1,301
1,696
1,230
1,784
1,692
1,637
1,568
1,066
926
412
364
66
42
11
4
100.0
30 250 30 749
	
1
1
29,750-30,249
2
	
1
1
4
2
11
3
7
14
8
8
7
12
15
9
24
51
93
112
58
64
414
214
80
96
136
204
141
101
154
205
258
211
206
300
313
221
73
78
16
11
3
7
29 250 29 749
1
28 750 29 249
99.9
28,250-28,749
2
1
5
7
10
39
22
14
29
35
48
37
47
94
93
66
61
176
369
194
111
128
492
580
277
244
447
806
1,046
677
1,241
1,083
931
989
862
733
359
336
57
23
8
3
1
	
1
4
6
3
4
4
1
1
	
27,750 28,249
2
99.8
27,250-27,749
99.7
26,750-27,249
99.6
26,250 26,749
99.5
25,750-26,249	
5
1
1
99.4
25,250-25,749
99.0
24,750-25,249
1
98.9
24,250 24,749
2
	
98.8
23,750-24,249
1
5
1
3
3
17
5
2
19
32
9
7
11
22
30
12
25
25
44
40
40
56
36
52
37
25
19
10
6
1
2
1
1
5
9
14
52
90
49
32
24
160
50
29
23
41
36
29
33
62
41
57
50
34
35
44
45
8
4
98.6
23,250-23,749.. 	
4
3
1
14
6
5
2
20
8
4
6
7
16
10
9
12
11
17
19
23
19
25
37
18
9
13
11
2
98.3
22,750-23,249.	
97.5
22,250-22,749               	
97.2
21,750-22,249                 	
96.6
21,250-21,749           	
94.5
20,750-21,249	
92.2
20,250-20,749                	
90.6
19,750-20,249.              	
89.5
19,250-19,749                 	
86.9
18,750-19,249...	
80.8
18,250-18,749 —	
77.8
17,750-18,249                 	
76.4
17,250-17,749 ~	
74.7
16,750-17,249	
70.9
16,250-16,749	
66.5
15,750-16,249	
63.8
15,250-15,749   .           	
61.2
14,750-15,249	
57.3
14,250-14,749	
51.9
13,750-14,249 	
44.9
13,250-13,749	
39.8
12,750-13,249               	
32.4
12,250-12,749
25.3
11,750-12,249  -	
18.5
11,250-11,749    -           	
12.0
10,750-11,249         	
7.6
10 250 10,749
3.7
9,750-10,249 	
1
2.0
9,250- 9,749 -	
8,750    9,249                  	
0.5
3
3
0.2
8 250   8 749
0.1
7,750- 8,249	
6,750- 7,249  	
1
1
Totals	
12,782
608
342
3,951
5,295
1,090
24,068
Medians 	
$13,655
$14,475
$14,513
$15,488
$17,187
$18,228
$14,612
	
Total  full-time  teachers,   24,068,   excluding   supervising   principals,   district-wide   staff,   and   17   exchange
teachers; median salary, $14,612; mean salary, $15,477.
Source: June 30, 1975, Form F.
 F  134
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
Table 2.16    Part-time Teachers
Salary
Elementary
Elem.-
Junior
Sec.
Elem.-
Senior
Sec.
Junior
Sec.
Secondary
Senior
Sec.
Total
Cumulative
per Cent
$
19,750-20,249
1
1
1
100.0
19,250-19,749
1
18,750-19,249
18,250-18,749
17,750-18,249
17,250-17,749
1
1
2
1
1
99.9
16,750-17,249	
1
99.7
16,250-16,749
	
1
15,750-16,249
15,250-15,749   .
1
1
1
2
3
6
7
12
17
14
19
34
25
31
43
55
90
90
116
114
109
70
49
31
8
19
12
12
4
3
	
1
1
1
3
5
9
8
19
23
26
25
47
39
46
61
64
110
106
153
152
188
78
56
35
13
20
15
13
5
3
1
99.6
14,750-15,249   .
99.5
14,250-14,749    .
99.4
13,750-14,249 —
1
2
2
1
1
5
5
3
6
4
8
7
4
6
6
13
12
36
3
3
1
1
99.3
13,250-13,749 —
99.1
12,750-13,249	
1
98.7
12,250-12,749	
98.1
11,750-12,249..	
2
3
1
3
1
4
7
3
7
2
9
4
22
14
24
1
1
1
1
1
97.5
11,250-11,749 ...	
96.0
10,750-11,249  	
...
4
1
2
2
1
4
1
1
1
94.3
10,250-10,749 ..                  	
1
92.3
9,750 10,249
1
90.5
9,250- 9,749                       	
1
3
86.9
8,750- 9,249
84.0
8,250- 8,749
80.5
7,750- 8,249                  	
2
3
3
1
2
8
1
1
1
76.0
7,250- 7,749
1
2
1
5
3
71.2
6,750- 7,249	
62.9
6,250- 6,749
54.9
5,750- 6,249  	
5
8
3
1
1
1
43.5
5,250- 5,749.	
32.1
4,750- 5,249...     	
18.0
4,250- 4,749       	
1
12.1
3,750- 4,249
7.9
3,250- 3,749
2
5.3
2,750    3 249
1
1
1
4.3
2,250- 2,749
2
2.8
1,750- 2,249
	
1.7
1,250- 1,749
1
0.7
750- 1,249 ...
-
0.3
250-    749	
1
0.1
Totals	
1,000
33 |           16 |         111
134
38 |
1,332
	
$6,547
$6,125  1    $5,950  1     $6,556
$6,596
$6,150
$6,534
Total part-time teachers, 1,332; median salary,
Source: June 30,1975, Form F.
6,534; mean salary, $6,963.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
F  135
Table 2.17    District-employed Instructional Staff
(Not Assigned to Specific Schools)
Salary
Mid-point
Number of Instructors
Salary Range
Full Time
Part Time
tive
per Cent,
FTE
Persons
Full-time
Equivalents
Salaries
$
26,250-26,749	
$
26.500
26,000
25,500
25.000
24,500
24,000
23,500
23,000
22,500
22,000
21,500
21,000
20,500
20,000
19,500
19,000
18,500
18,000
17,500
17,000
16,500
16,000
15,500
15,000
14,500
14,000
13,500
13,000
12,500
12,000
11,500
11,000
10,500
10,000
9,500
9,000
8,500
8,000
7,500
7,000
6,500
6,000
5,500
5,000
4,500
4,000
3,500
3,000
2,500
1
~2
....
100 0
25,750-26,249	
25,250-25,749            	
24,750-25,249	
24,250-24,749                                          	
23,750 24,249                                                     	
99.5
23,250 23,749                - .
2        1       Z
|
22,750 23 249                                            	
1         98.9
22,250-22,749...  	
1
5
8
4
2
10
14
9
8
3
23
22
5
7
17
21
25
17
23
21
15
14
9
17
5
3
2
1
0.8
98.4
21,750-22,249	
98.2
21,250-21,749       	
96.1
20,750-21,249                       	
93.4
20,250 20,749
92.1
19,750 20,249                                                        	
91.6
19,250 19,749	
88.7
18,750-19,249	
83.7
18,250-18,749  	
80.5
17,750-18,249	
77.6
17,250-17,749	
76.3
16,750-17,249	
16,250-16,749                                            	
69.7
63.2
15,750-16,249	
1                  0.6                61.1
15,250 15,749                      -	
1
1
1
0.8        !        59.2
14,750 15,249                        —-	
0.8
0.6
54.2
14 250-14 749                              - —
48.2
13 750 14 249                             —	
41.1
13,250-13,749
35.8
12,750 13,249                                      	
28.4
12,250 12,749                                          	
20.8
11,750 12,249                              	
16.8
11,250-11,749	
1                  0.6
3                  1.7
1        1          0.5
12.1
10,750 11,249                           - —
9.2
10,250 10,749                               	
4.2
9,750-10,249                 	
1
3
0.5
1.8
1.6
1.0
2.4
4.5
4.1
2.6
2.5
1.0
0.4
2.1
9,250- 9,749
1.3
8,750- 9,249	
2        1          3
0.5
8,250    8,749                                                       	
2
5
9
9
5
5
2
1
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               	
2        j         0.7
2                  0.7
2                  0.6
1                  0.2
1                  0.2
3 750   4,249
3 250    3 749                                                         	
2,750    3,249 —-	
2 250    2,749                               	
Totals   ....	
317
63                31.2               	
380 persons
348.2 FTE's
Medians: Full time, $14,885; part time, $7,335; all FTE's, $14,905.
Source: June 30, 1975, Form G.
 F 136
EDUCATION REPORT, 1974/75
Table 2.18   Full-time Equivalent District-employed Instructional Staff
(Not Assigned to Specific Schools)
District No.
and Name
Number
of
Teachers
District No.
and Name
Number
of
Teachers
District No.
and Name
Number
of
Teachers
1.0
5.5
1.5
3.0
3.0
1.0
1.0
4.0
3.0
3.2
4.0
11.5
1.0
20.5
2.6
4.0
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
52.
54.
55.
56.
57.
Surrey.  	
Delta	
Richmond	
Vancouver.	
New Westminster	
Burnaby  	
65.1
3.0
3.8
6.0
1.5
5.0
3.0
12.0
13.5
7.6
1.0
5.8
3.5
2.0
0.5
17.0
59.
61.
62.
63.
65.
66.
68.
69.
70.
71.
75.
80.
85.
86.
88.
89.
Peace River South
Greater Victoria1	
Sooke	
7.1
3. Kimberley.	
4. Windermere 	
34.2
9.7
0.6
11. Trail	
Cowichan  .,
9.9
12. Grand Forks	
7.0
13. Kettle Valley.	
Nanaimo	
Qualicum 	
Alberni „	
Courtenay	
Mission  	
Kitimat	
Vancouver Isl. North ...
11.6
22. Vernon  	
1.0
23. Central Okanagan	
8.0
7.0
27. Cariboo-Chilcotin
28. Quesnel       .. .
Sechelt	
10.3
1.0
32. Hope	
33. Chilliwack	
Smithers 	
2.0
1.0
34. Abbotsford	
Nechako	
Terrace 	
Shuswap	
10.7
8.0
Total full-time equivalents, 348.2
i Includes 3.6 full-time equivalents for instructional staff attached to medical services.
Source: June 30, 1975, Form G.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
F  137
TABLE 2.19    B.C. PUBLIC SCHOOL PUPIL/TEACHER RATIOS
BY SCHOOL DISTRICT
October 31, 1973, to October 31, 1974
October 31,1973
October 31, 1974
School District
FTE
Pupils
FTE
Teachers
Pupil/
Teacher
Ratio
FTE
Pupils
FTE
Teachers
Pupil/
Teacher
Ratio
3,241
4,381
2,209
1,463
4,494
3,021
993
5,095
1,462
654
2,335
4,951
670
1,014
1,755
2,343
1,271
7,559
14,179
17,461
1,245
7,520
5,493
1,000
2,278
2,585
1,814
9,008
8,523
9,362
29,001
15,882
17,275
66,418
5,895
26,297
7,100
24,605
21,745
7,854
2,402
4,812
2,680
762
1,263
4,064
2,725
1,819
3,092
19,468
5,949
5,392
29,038
7,514
5,890
845
7,396
1,541
11,954
1,912
8,342
7,311
5,406
3,874
910
151.10
198.50
105.40
70.00
232.65
131.40
52.70
244.30
68.20
34.50
100.90
228.08
32.36
50.00
80.30
107.30
59.50
350.08
634.90
821.36
60.90
329.40
249.00
47.50
109.02
117.60
86.00
431.22
399.30
432.00
1,345.50
733.60
797.35
2,934.00
267.00
1,213.90
327.20
1,153.10
1,027.60
349.70
111.90
217.50
124.00
45.00
70.00
184.60
126.44
88.00
139.50
899.73
284.20
249.70
1,384.79
329.85
269.50
43.20
347.50
82.68
544.80
90.50
407.00
338.83
258.50
190.10
48.00
21.45
22.07
20.96
20.90
19.32
22.99
18.84
20.86
21.44
18.96
23.14
21.71
20.70
20.28
21.86
21.84
21.36
21.59
22.33
21.26
20.44
22.83
22.06
21.05
20.90
21.98
21.09
20.89
21.34
21.67
21.55
21.65
21.67
22.64
22.08
21.66
21.70
21.34
21.16
22.46
21.47
22.12
21.61
16.93
18.04
22.02
21.55
20.67
22.16
21.64
20.93
21.59
20.97
22.78
21.86
19.56
21.28
18.64
21.94
21.13
20.50
21.58
20.91
20.38
19.96
3,409
4,428
2,136
1,415
4,436
2,942
1,032
4,960
1,468
725
2,359
5,047
704
1,055
1,674
2,240
1,316
8,304
15,413
18,079
1,272
7,839
5,684
985
2,227
2,627
1,869
8,966
8,423
9,902
28,601
16,654
17,519
65,669
5,546
25,545
7,404
23,966
21,085
7,637
2,434
4,721
2,767
826
1,254
3,963
2,708
1,959
3,216
20,016
5,745
5,376
28,246
7,508
5,940
858
7,586
1,510
11,987
2,142
8,254
7,378
5,564
3,981
901
167.0
221.9
110.0
75.5
220.05
140.725
49.5
243.475
71.5
38.0
110.0
252.5
34.0
53.0
92.56
118.7
67.5
402.7
745.88
935.12
69.6
387.3
283.9
55.5
115.5
126.4
91.0
441.1
429.5
520.75
1,501.2
846.0
884.0
3,110.0
273.0
1,303.4
362.7
1,223.0
1,122.5
370.975
122.6
246.45
135.2
46.0
74.6
195.4
134.34
106.5
159.3
1,048.96
299.85
266.8
1,465.91
388.0
309.1
47.9
382.1
82.45
574.1
106.0
424.99
357.01
272.4
195.3
48.0
20.41
19.95
19.42
4. Windermere.	
7. Nelson,  	
18.74
20.16
20.91
20.85
11. Trail 	
20.37
12. Grand Forks	
20.53
13. Kettle Valley	
19.08
21.45
15. Penticton	
16. Keremeos 	
19.99
20.71
19.91
18. Golden           	
18.09
18.87
21. Armstrong-Spallumcheen
22. Vernon	
19.50
20.62
20.66
24. Kamloops. 	
26. North Thompson	
27. Cariboo-Chilcotin—.    ~
19.33
18.28
20.24
28. Quesnel	
20.02
29. Lillooet	
17.75
30. South Cariboo —	
31. Merritt 	
32. Hope ,
33. Chilliwack  	
34. Abbotsford	
19.28
20.78
20.54
20.33
19.61
19.01
19.05
37. Delta 	
38. Richmond 	
39. Vancouver 	
19.69
19.82
21.12
20.32
41. Burnaby. 	
42. Maple Ridge...	
19.60
20.41
19.60
18.78
20.59
46. Sechelt 	
19.85
19.16
20.47
49. Ocean Falls    	
17.96
50. Queen Charlotte   	
16.81
52. Prince Rupert	
54. Smithers 	
55. Burns Lake 	
56. Nechako	
20.28
20.16
18.39
20.19
19.08
19.16
20.15
19.27
62. Sooke  	
63. Saanich 	
64. Gulf Islands   	
19.35
19.22
17.91
19.85
18.31
20.88
69. Qualicum	
70. Alberni	
71. Courtenay.. —
20.21
19.42
20.67
20.43
75. Mission...	
76. Agassiz-Harrison	
20.38
18.77
 F  138
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 2.19    B.C. PUBLIC SCHOOL PUPIL/TEACHER RATIOS
BY SCHOOL DISTRICT—Continued
October 31, 1973, to October 31, 1974
October 31,1973
October 31, 1974
School District
FTE
Pupils
FTE
Teachers
Pupil/
Teacher
Ratio
FTE
Pupils
FTE
Teachers
Pupil/
Teacher
Ratio
77. Summerland 	
80. Kitimat ._	
81. Fort Nelson
1.335
3,329
1,016
857
2,877
2,708
422
5,770
5,447
58.50
160.60
49.66
51.00
146.20
129.00
24.89
271.50
257.80
22.82
20.73
20.46
16.80
19.68
20.99
16.95
21.25
21.13
1,441
3,334
1,038
895
2,887
2,700
415
6,114
5,756
67.0
171.125
55.16
54.0
162.0
141.1
25.58
310.20
288.5
21.51
19.48
18.82
84. Vancouver Island West—
85. Vancouver Island North
16.57
17.82
19.14
87. Stikine  	
16.22
19.71
89. Shuswap  	
19.95
Totals	
521,573
24,189.39
21.56
523,982
26,430.860
19.82
Notes—
Calculation of FTE pupils: Each Grade I through XII pupil is counted as 1.0; each Kindergarten pupil is
counted as 0.5.
Calculation of FTE teachers: Part-time as well as full-time teachers are counted. Each part-time teacher
is counted according to the appropriate decimal fraction of full time (i.e., a half-time teacher is counted as
0.5). All district-wide (i.e., directors of instruction, supervisors, teacher consultants, co-ordinators, district
librarians, district counsellors, relieving teachers, etc.) as well as school-attached teachers (i.e., principals,
vice-principals, department heads, librarians, counsellors, regular classroom teachers, etc.) are counted.
Source: FTE Pupil Data, Form AD—Division of Financial Services.
Source: FTE Teacher Data, Form AD (Supplement 2)—Division of Financial Services.
PROVINCIAL EDUCATIONAL MEDIA CENTRE
Table 2.20    School Broadcasts
Television
Programs broadcast   150
Schools reporting use  494
Radio
Programs broadcast   156
Schools reporting use  411
Table 2.21 (1)    Distribution of Audio-Visual Materials
Total films supplied .                  32,600
  3,500
  3,500
  14,000
  28,000
  60.000
Filmstrip Catalogues 	
Film Catalogues 	
School Broadcast Guidebooks	
School Broadcast Calendars 	
Sing Out Booklets 	
A Propos French Texts   12,000
Videotape programs   15,000
 STATISTICAL TABLES
F  139
Table 2.21 (2)    Distribution Services Circulation Report
District and
Name
1. Fernie	
2. Cranbrook _
3. Kimberley	
4. Windermere
7. Nelson 	
Grand Forks
Kettle Valley .
9. Castlegar 	
10. Arrow Lakes
11. Trail-
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
21.
22.
23.
24.
Motion
Pictures,
Number
Supplied
290
716
254
295
561
54
316
352
208
256
Southern Okanagan       443
Penticton 	
Keremeos 	
Princeton	
Golden 	
Revelstoke	
Armstrong-Spallumcheen
Vernon 	
Central Okanagan .
Kamloops
26. North Thompson .
27. Cariboo-Chilcotin
28. Quesnel 	
29. Lillooet	
30. South Cariboo
31. Merritt	
Hope 	
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
Chilliwack -
Abbotsford
Langley 	
Surrey	
Delta	
Richmond	
39. Vancouver	
40. New Westminster
41. Burnaby 	
42. Maple Ridge	
43. Coquitlam 	
44. North Vancouver .
291
102
183
739
600
186
581
535
326
217
1,460
802
117
420
571
24
1,378
321
526
3,068
215
256
287
73
219
387
266
913
District and
Name
West Vancouver
Sechelt 	
45.
46.
47. Powell River ..
48. Howe Sound	
49. Ocean Falls	
50. Queen Charlotte
52. Prince Rupert	
54. Smithers 	
55. Burns Lake 	
56. Nechako —
57.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
Prince George	
Peace River South
Peace River North _
Greater Victoria _...
Sooke 	
Saanich	
Gulf Islands
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.
85.
86.
87.
89.
Vancouver Island West —
Vancouver Island North
Creston-Kaslo 	
Stikine 	
Skeena-Cassiar 	
Shuswap 	
Miscellaneous 	
Motion
Pictures,
Number
Supplied
198
741
608
397
656
587
194
377
466
507
49
669
215
114
88
487
157
365
82
421
285
847
441
372
308
150
8
327
300
418
. 1,121
437
12
718
371
299
32,600
  STATISTICAL TABLES
F  141
FINANCIAL DATA
TiBLE
3.1 Comparison of Enrolment and Expenditure for Public Education at
June 30	
3.2 Expenditure for Education, Calendar Year 1974	
3.3 Cost per Pupil, Calendar Year 1974	
3.4 Expenditure by School District for the Calendar Year 1974^
3.5 Revenue by School District for the Calendar Year 1974	
3.6 Transportation Costs	
Page
143
144
145
146
148
150
3.7    Summary of School Dormitory Data, 1974/75  150
  STATISTICAL TABLES
F  143
TABLE 3.1    COMPARISON OF ENROLMENT AND EXPENDITURE
FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION AT JUNE 30
School-year
Number
of
Teachers
Employed
Number
of
School
Districts
June
Net
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 ......
1973/74 .....
1974/75......
69
128
267
429
607
816
597
859
,246
,118
,668
,784
,854
,948
.959
,912
,873
,942
,956
.025
,092
,194
,220
,248
,224
,055
,162
,354
512
,833
,116
,496
,873
272
,598
,105
.574
,185
,690
,474
,171
,839
,513
,137
,772
,571
,415
,327
,173
7420
.191
,481
,828
,678
,224
,365
.922
,1926
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
1(11
10!)
104
104
102
103
102
101
98
97
99
100
100
93
93
87
85
85
85
80
75
74
74
75
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
400,080
420,790
445,228
467,486
489,596
513,079
527,106
534,523
537,106
548,999
553,991
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
489,303
494,877
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
86.08
87.91
88.36
88.81
89.67
90.26
89.19
89.58
90.62
91.25
91.63
91.12
90.98
91.71
92.32
92.61
93.23
92.69
93.76
93.23
93.25
91.50
93.28
92.64
93.16
92.79
92.27
91.91
91.75
91.90
92.40
60,758.
113,689.
174,775.
290,255.
473,802.
544,671.
1,663,003.
1,885,654.
1,653,796.
3,176,686
3,532,518.
3,765,920.
3,743,317.
3,834,727.
4,015,074.
2,849,972.
2,611,937.
2,835,040.
2,972,385.
3,277,660.
3,524,962.
3,630,670.
3,585,769.
3,963,848.
4,028,397.
3,924,243.
4,244,898.
5,022,534.
I 5,765,205.
I 9,398,473.
| 12,468,653.
| 17,363,430.
| 22,809,631.
I 25,830,076.
26,885,980.
26,555,080.
24,060,233.
34,279,302.
41,067,740.
43,989,524.
j 50,861,473.
I 53,288,028
I 59,472,055
| 70,174,999
| 77,632,903
I 83,782,121.
| 95,497,375
[105,017,594
1119,871,278
|144,702,607
1181,854,578,
1251,827,287
1292,556,398
(354,470,298
(382,221,877
|425,505,748
|481,823,740
1551,647,880
752
362
.43
26
29
60 [
.34 |
11 I
60 |
.28*[
95
69
08
19
37
02
80
74
04
23
69
,78
00
24
88
,53
82
59
50
46
,18
94
,23
88
,43
,24
,15
27
34
,32
.63
.94
.06
.84
.48
.79
.16
.75
.31
.40
.21
.92
.29
.48
.00
00
.00
00
9
10
10
10
10
11
11
12
13
14
20
25
35
47
54
57
58
70
80
69
77
90.
101
115
133
145
157.
177
199
227
269
332,
384
437
516
557
612,
694
832,
215,056,223
425,555.10
604,357.86
,220,509.85
,658,894.97
,634,877.56
,519,014.61
,630,009.544
.261,094.98
,149,996.27
,008,255.66
,061,387.99
,719,333.81
,941,497.34
,213,369.04
,458,156.00
,775,353.78
,593,562.64
,193,367.08
,640,740.47
,521,684.92
,982,364.49
,120,801.94
,502,291.35
,231,029.35
,683,538.18
,818,625.81
,176,930.53
,768,392.09
,538,079.88
,726,750.37
,195,133.95
,881,559.48
1,401,121.15
,791,844,25
,823,263.714
,314,181.245
,653,192.32
,483,765.63
,351,107.94
,941,018.06
,401,622.84
,535,715.48
,614,783.79
,539,584.16
,114,313.75
,937,392.31
,217,969.40
,702,367.21
,336,617.68
,743,656.54
,309,118.90
,875,205.00
808,108.00
,357,161.00
876,042.005
1 Average daily attendance as a percentage of FTE net enrolment.
2 The total expenditure for public schools was borne by the Government.
3 Excluding unknown expenditure made for incidental expenses in city school districts.
4 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.
5 Since 1955/56 this amount is exclusive of capital expenditures from by-law funds.
6 The numbers of teachers reported from 1966/67 on include district-wide teachers with supervisory and
administrative duties.   These district-wide teachers were excluded from this table prior to 1966/67.
 F 144 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 3.2    EXPENDITURE FOR EDUCATION,
CALENDAR YEAR 1974
(Exclusive of Capital Expenditure for By-law Funds)
$ $
Total expenditure by school districts (including colleges)  636,974,993
Add Department of Education expenditure for administration, correspondence schools, Teachers'
Pension Fund, free textbooks and maps, insurance, adult education, vocational and technical
schools, grants to colleges, universities, and
school districts, etc  557,687,764
Less Government grants to school districts included
in school district expenditure: $
Direct grants  275,497,984
Grants to reduce local taxation     86,288,731
Total Government grants to school districts .._ 361,786,715
 ■ 195,901,049
Gross total other Department of Education expenditures— 832,876,042
 STATISTICAL TABLES F  145
TABLE 3.3    COST PER PUPIL, CALENDAR YEAR 1974
$ $
Grand total cost of education  832,876,042
Deduct school district expenditure not affecting pupil
cost:
Colleges and other nonoperating expenditures     49,400,214
Debt charges     60,854,941
Current nonshareable capital       5,803,674
Total school district reduction  116,058,829
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  165,169,333
• ■ 281,228,162
Total operating costs  551,647,880
Operating cost per pupil for year based on daily average attendance of
494,877   1,114.72
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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
502,596,294
599,460,473
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$            1
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1961              	
2.611.370                2.0
1962- 	
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
9,688,206
12,548,230
2.0
1963	
1.9
1964               	
1.9
1965        	
1.9
1966 	
1.9
1967	
1.9
1968	
1.87
19691    	
1.82
19701   	
1.81
19711 - - 	
1.80
19721 	
1.84
19731.-      -	
1.93
19741	
2.09
i Excluding college expenditures.
TABLE 3.7    SUMMARY OF SCHOOL DORMITORY DATA,  1974/75
School District or School
Capacity
Occupancy
Staff
Grade Limits
Boys
Girls
Boys
Girls
Full
Time
Part
Time
From
To
40
30
25
45
68
40
30
25
45
58
29
25
24
18
35
13
28
28
24
22
46
10
3
3
4
4
7
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
8
8
8
8
8
12
27. 100 Mile House  	
29. Lillooet   	
12
12
12
12
24       |       26
12
Totals 	
232       1    224
144        I     158
24
10
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F 151
SCHOOLS
Table Page
4.1    Number of Public Schools in Operation by Type, June 1970-75  153
  153
  154
4.2 Senior Secondary Schools^
4.3 Secondary Schools	
4.4 Junior Secondary Schools  155
4.5 Elementary-Senior Secondary Schools  155
4.6 Elementary-Junior Secondary Schools  156
4.7 Elementary Schools  157
4.8 Summary of All Schools  158
  STATISTICAL TABLES
F  153
TABLE 4.1    NUMBER OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN OPERATION BY
TYPE, JUNE 1970-75
Type of School
Type
No.
Numbers Open in June
Change,
1970
1
1971 I   1972
1973
1974
1975
1975-70
Senior secondary   	
6
5
4
3
2
1
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
24
120
123
13
46
1,227
23
124
125
16
55
1,230
+4
+ 14
+29
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+51
Elementary-senior secondary. 	
Elementary-junior secondary	
Elementary  _	
....
1,482
1,507 I 1,515
1,529
1,553
1,573
+91
Total net enrolment in thousands
513
527
535
537
549
554
+41
Source: June 30, Form B.
TABLE 4.2 SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
District No. and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
FTEl
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
1
1
1
5
2
2
1
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1
11
47
36
149
58
85
38
101
48
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26
34
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36
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27
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105.0
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138.0
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34. Abbotsford             	
1,188
857
4,018
35. Langley	
37. Delta..  	
1,478
2,091
1,152
2,936
1,298
1,150
633
1,065
1,719
71. Courtenay  	
1,215
900
88. Terrace .   	
560
Totals                       -                	
23
830
1,131.5
22,601
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.
Source: June 30,1975, Forms B and F.
 F 154
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 4.3    SECONDARY SCHOOLS
District No. and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
FTE
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
1.
2.
3.
4.
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86.
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Nelson	
Castlegar	
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Trail 	
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Kettle Valley	
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Penticton	
Keremeos  	
Golden	
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Vernon	
Central Okanagan..
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North Thompson...
Cariboo-Chilcotin..
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Lillooet	
South Cariboo..
Merritt	
Hope 	
Chilliwack	
Langley	
Surrey  —
Delta	
Richmond	
Vancouver	
New Westminster.
Burnaby..
Maple Ridge	
Coquitlam	
North Vancouver-
West Vancouver	
Sechelt	
Powell River-
Howe Sound-
Ocean Falls	
Queen Charlotte .
Prince Rupert	
Smithers	
Burns Lake	
Nechako 	
Prince George	
Peace River South-
Peace River North-
Greater Victoria	
Sooke 	
Saanich	
Gulf Islands	
Cowichan ,	
Lake Cowichan.
Qualicum	
Alberni  _
Mission	
Summerland-	
Kitimat .	
Fort Nelson _
Vancouver Island West..
Creston-Kaslo 	
Terrace	
89. Shuswap-	
Totals,
2
4
5
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
18
1
4
3
1
5
3
2
1
2
45
59.0
32
48.0
20
28.0
17
25.5
35
46.3
29
45.0
12
16.7
51
75.6
21
33.0
16
16.0
29
37.0
48
63.5
8
12.5
21
33.0
27
42.0
12
16.0
60
88.0
130
196.5
150
195.5
15
27.0
23
27.0
23
32.0
18
20.0
26
39.4
34
49.0
17
25.0
75
105.0
30
42.0
44
78.5
33
52.0
24
33.7
975
1,324.0
98
129.5
190
256.5
103
140.3
29
49.0
219
308.5
124
184.1
32
50.5
32
46.8
38
55.0
10
11.5
6
17.3
21
28.6
12
18.0
19
27.0
17
37.0
125
198.3
25
34.0
23
37.0
176
247.2
116
155.7
27
39.0
11
20.5
19
28.0
30
35.0
25
32.0
72
80.0
10
36.0
22
36.0
40
67.4
12
17.0
9
11.5
33   |
50.0
22
32.1
27
42.0
3,874
5,490.0
1,080
972
537
492
906
897
319
1,458
636
297
763
1,201
294
625
769
299
1,780
3,784
3,874
468
662
607
356
672
978
487
2,202
802
1,458
1,020
681
27,583
2,660
5,025
2,727
904
5,963
3,658
981
984
1,041
161
290
628
342
450
647
3,847
780
732
4,654
2,754
815
312
520
591
601
1,499
768
685
1,253
313
159
995
506
840
108,044
Source: June 30, 1975, Forms B and F.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
TABLE 4.4    JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
F  155
District No. and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
FPE
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
1
1
2
2
1
2
5
5
3
2
1
4
4
3
9
5
6
5
1
8
3
1
1
1
6
2
2
10
2
3
6
1
3
5
2
2
1
2
2
24
11
29
37
9
61
94
142
62
47
3
68
86
61
228
128
176
157
13
213
105
33
30
16
112
41
32
282
44
62
126
14
72
74
40
33
1
48
34
34.0
17.0
42.4
57.0
15.0
93.0
138.0
196.0
92.8
73.3
9.0
96.0
118.3
89.5
347.4
192.5
241.9
239.0
19.0
317.0
127.5
48.0
44.0
24.1
178.1
67.0
56.0
378.6
55.5
91.5
166.0
20.0
95.6
110.8
76.0
50.0
2.0
65.5
48.4
627
9. Castlegar     _.             	
327
11. Trail   	
15. Penticton.—	
839
991
269
22. Vernon...     	
1,865
23. Central Okanagan        	
2,618
24. Kamloops—   -    ..   	
27. Cariboo-Chilcotin     _	
3,733
1,883
28. Quesnel                           	
1,422
30. South Cariboo                     	
128
33. Chilliwack            ...                _ .   .
1,865
34. Abbotsford - _ . -   .
2,080
1,599
36. Surrey  	
37. Delta   —
6,271
3,638
38. Richmond— 	
4,641
4,293
42. Maple Ridge  	
357
6,130
2,314
47. Powell River   .       _ 	
855
52. Prince Rupert    	
844
475
3,322
59. Peace River South —   	
1,190
1,072
7,377
1,014
1,637
3,225
361
70. Alberni   	
1,735
2,060
1,361
854
27
71- Courtenay                                           	
72. Campbell River   .
75. Mission	
80. Kitimat                _	
1,216
971
89. Shuswap     ....	
Totals 	
125
2,848
4,132.7
77,486
Source: June 30, 1975, Forms B and F.
TABLE 4.5    ELEMENTARY-SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
District No. and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
FTE
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
7. Nelson                _ 	
2
14
11
25
71
6
13
18
36
18
16
6
15
23
16.9
11.6
33.5
91.0
9.0
19.0
23.0
48.0
29.5
27.0
7.3
21.0
27.5
321
259
682
2,039
49. Ocean Falls                          .	
150
364
450
1,082
504
479
113
391
488
Totals __     —
16        |           272
1
364.3
7,322
Source: June 30, 1975, Forms B and F.
 F  156 EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 4.6    ELEMENTARY-JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS
District No. and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
FTE
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
8
2
1
2
1
2
1
3
1
3
2
2
1
1
2
1
5
2
1
3
13
38
22
15
5
20
12
1
31
9
4
20
25
58
7
21
9
22
7
25
22
3
13
3
57
14
2
32
16.5
53.5
24.5
18.3
7.0
27.2
16.0
1.0
33.5
10.2
4.5
24.0
34.0
82.1
12.0
24.9
12.0
26.6
8.5
31.0
28.0
3.0
15.6
3.0
73.0
16.2
2.0
44.5
318
1,068
452
342
114
558
326
12
27. Cariboo-Chilcotin 	
666
28. Quesnel...^  _	
29. Lillooet	
32. Hope 	
159
80
507
607
1,703
192
50. Queen Charlotte—	
472
236
528
69
62. Sooke    ~ . 	
751
63. Saanich...	
556
70. Alberni...,  _	
48
72. Campbell River	
289
84. Vancouver Island West  _	
60
85. Vancouver Island North  	
1,344
87. Stikine... —   	
310
88. Terrace 	
20
89. Shuswap...	
878
Totals...  	
54
510
652.6
12,665
Source: June 30, 1975, Forms B and F.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
F  157
TABLE 4.7    ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
District No. and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
FTE
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
8
8
6
19
12
5
11
3
6
4
11
4
4
7
7
2
14
40
37
7
31
19
5
8
7
5
26
33
29
62
28
35
94
9
40
20
43
36
13
10
16
7
5
5
8
6
6
12
51
17
17
40
17
14
5
27
6
35
9
21
17
13
15
3
3
5
5
5
14
8
4
15
23
1
76
93
47
28
102
69
22
105
31
21
40
109
17
17
47
48
29
183
336
418
35
174
136
23
55
64
36
193
207
241
683
423
399
1,345
111
538
169
584
469
145
59
110
63
26
28
95
60
35
62
522
132
125
576
169
125
26
177
38
279
49
204
159
114
97
17
27
77
31
26
61
53
10
145
123
1               3
92.0
117.9
50.0
31.5
116.0
77.4
21.9
118.5
38.1
21.1
44.9
128.1
18.9
19.5
57.1
60.1
35.6
210.2
401.5
518.1
37.9
201.4
157.8
28.5
65.5
78.4
40.0
215.4
242.8
290.4
787.2
509.0
491.1
1,633.6
136.5
643.7
205.1
691.2
583.4
179.7
69.2
135.7
74.0
29.0
31.8
113.8
69.5
40.4
69.5
628.3
157.6
145.3
704.7
189.2
145.1
29.8
198.8
40.3
307.6
55.0
228.9
186.8
139.6
101.5
20.0
31.0
100.7
35.0
32.5
64.5
|          62.0
11.0
165.7
142.9
|            2.5
2,321
2,673
1,303
635
2,609
1,839
525
11. Trail    „            	
2,882
12. Grand Forks   	
927
13. Kettle Valley                        	
473
14. Southern Okanagan _   _  	
1,166
3,091
441
405
18. Golden	
1,143
1,345
826
22. Vernon—	
5,120
9,972
11,613
851
27. Cariboo-Chilcotin  	
4,928
28. Quesnel _ -
3,782
29. Lillooet-   _	
597
30. South Cariboo                                             	
1,551
31. Merritt  —_ _	
32. Hope    -
1,867
910
33. Chilliwack _	
5,494
34. Abbotsford— __   _
35. Langley _ _ _	
36. Surrey _	
5,724
6,821
18,439
37. Delta  - _.__	
11,724
38. Richmond __  	
11,266
38,851
3,102
14,233
4,806
15,529
12,759
4,264
46. Sechelt	
1,673
47. Powell River	
3,002
1,846
49. Ocean Falls    _	
591
50. Queen Charlotte	
598
2,857
1,684
903
1,666
14,361
3,676
3,395
16,437
62. Sooke     	
4,506
3,292
64. Gulf Islands                          -             	
597
4,804
961
68. Nanaimo   	
7,786
1,320
70. Alberni .._                   	
5,312
71. Courtenay    - —	
4,587
72. Campbell River  - -	
3,299
2,602
480
830
80. Kitimat                                             	
2,259
81. Fort Nelson ,    _.	
821
617
1,355
1,395
87. Stikine 	
88. Terrace                 -	
143
3,997
89. Shuswap —	
3,374
|                40
Totals. - --	
1,231
11,771
13,956.2
|      325,873
1
Source: June 30, 1975, Forms B and F.
 F 158
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 4.8    SUMMARY OF ALL SCHOOLS
District No. and Name
Number of
Schools
Number of
Divisions
Number of
FTE
Teachers
June Net
Enrolment
11
11
10
9
25
14
7
15
4
7
6
14
5
5
8
9
4
18
49
48
8
44
24
7
11
8
8
32
38
35
78
36
44
114
10
52
24
54
45
16
12
19
9
7
9
10
9
9
15
62
21
23
58
23
19
6
32
7
42
11
27
23
18
18
4
4
7
6
8
20
11
6
21
29
1         1
134
163
89
60
180
109
45
185
52
37
89
194
25
42
68
87
50
304
560
711
50
301
215
45
84
98
73
336
340
393
1,104
642
684
2,391
209
981
285
927
841
269
91
182
101
42
55
146
101
81
115
759
216
202
1,089
310
244
37
292
68
454
88
351
269
204
140
33
49
118
43
44
133
109
24
244
216
3
167.5
219.4
102.5
75.3
220.2
139.4
50.2
236.5
71.1
37.1
109.1
248.6
31.4
53.0
90.1
118.1
66.6
391.2
736.0
910.6
64.9
369.7
273.3
53.0
113.9
127.4
89.0
416.4
417.1
503.9
1,421.4
835.5
871.7
3,048.6
266.0
1,282.3
364.4
1,195.2
1,089.5
363.8
119.7
242.5
129.0
49.5
74.0
186.4
130.6
102.4
154.5
1,004.7
288.1
264.9
1,398.0
375.9
301.0
50.3
369.9
75.3
553.6
107.0
407.5
351.7
271.7
187.5
47.0
67.0
170.1
52.0
54.3
158.5
139.5
27.2
294.8
277.8
2.5
3,719
4,713
2,292
1,469
7. Nelson.—      .
4,577
3,063
10. Arrow Lakes 	
11. Trail                   .     	
1,103
5,179
12. Grand Forks 	
1,563
13. Kettle Valley   	
770
2,487
15. Penticton 	
5,283
735
1,087
18. Golden  	
1,768
19. Revelstoke	
2,440
1,394
22. Vernon 	
8,765
23. Central Okanagan   	
16,374
19,232
26. North Thompson 	
1,319
27. Cariboo-Chilcotin 	
8,480
28. Quesnel 	
29. Lillooet	
5,970
1,033
30. South Cariboo	
2,351
31. Merritt 	
2,845
1,904
33. Chilliwack 	
9,561
34. Abbotsford—	
8,992
35. Langley 	
36. Surrey  	
10,686
30,186
37. Delta 	
17,860
38. Richmond.	
18,679
39. Vancouver	
40. New Westminster	
68,473
5,762
41. Burnaby         	
26,406
42. Maple Ridge 	
7,890
43. Coquitlam	
25,499
44. North Vancouver   ....
22,334
45. West Vancouver....
7,922
46. Sechelt —	
2,654
47. Powell River 	
5,033
48. Howe Sound  .
2,887
49. Ocean Falls	
902
50. Queen Charlotte	
1,360
52. Prince Rupert..         	
4,329
54. Smithers _	
2,865
55. Burns Lake ...	
2,039
56. Nechako 	
3,395
57. Prince George	
21,530
6,150
5,727
29,687
61. Greater Victoria— —	
8,011
6,310
63. Saanich _	
64. Gulf Islands..
909
65. Cowichan	
8,026
1,552
12,730
2,282
8,594
7,862
5,849
4,224
959
68. Nanaimo	
69. Qualicum      	
70. Alberni...	
71. Courtenay 	
75. Mission    	
77. Summerland-  	
1,515
3,539
1,134
949
80. Kitimat                	
81. Fort Nelson	
84. Vancouver Island West  	
85. Vancouver Island North	
3,090
2,878
453
6,299
6,063
40
87. Stikine      	
89. Shuswap      	
92. Nisgha 	
Totals    	
1,573
20,105        1
25,727.3
553,991
Source: June 30, 1975, Forms B and F.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
F 159
POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION
Table Page
5.1 Degree Enrolment in British Columbia Universities, 1974/75  161
5.2 Enrolment in Public Colleges and British Columbia Institute of Tech
nology, 1974/75  162
5.3 Enrolment in Regional Vocational Schools and Vocational Divisions
of Colleges, 1974/75  163
5.4 Enrolments by Courses in Regional Vocational Schools and Vocational
Divisions of Colleges, 1974/75  164
5.5 British Columbia Institute of Technology Day Enrolments, 1974/75  168
5.6 British Columbia Institute of Technology Extension  (Night School)
Enrolments, 1974/75  169
5.7 Summary Showing Trends in Adult Enrolment, Number of Classes,
Number of Instructors, and Number of School Districts Participating, 1974/75  170
5.8 Classification of Adult Education Courses and Enrolment, for School
Districts, 1974/75  171
  STATISTICAL TABLES
F  161
TABLE 5.1    DEGREE ENROLMENT1 IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
UNIVERSITIES, 1974/75
University
Degree Enrolment
British
Columbia
Victoria
Simon
Fraser^
Notre Dame
Total
Full time—
Undergraduate 	
Graduate  	
17,474
2,038
4,975
241
4,843
601
353
27,645
2,880
Totals -	
19,512
5,216                5,444
353
30,525
Part time—
628
3,086
587
551
3,723
1,269
241
1,174
337
1,699
206
1,608
(3)
78
73
126
54
1,075
On campus. .. .	
5,946
997
551
Summer Session, 1974	
5,548
1,323
Totals
9,844
3,451                 1,814
331
15,440
29,356
8,667
7,258
684
45,965
Notes—
i Excludes those enrolled in noncredit and other courses not leading toward a university degree.
2 Simon Fraser undergraduate enrolments are based on the sum of the enrolments for all three terms
divided by 2; graduate enrolments are based on the sum of the enrolments for all three terms divided by 3.
In previous years, Annual Report data included nondegree students at Simon Fraser; this year, all nondegree
students are excluded.
3 Simon Fraser Summer Session included in "full time" and "part time".
Source: Departmental Annual Report forms. Data reported as at December 31, except for SFU; SFU
data reported as at October 15, February 15, and June 15.
 F  162
EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 5.2    ENROLMENT1 IN PUBLIC COLLEGES AND BRITISH
COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, 1974/75
Full Time
Part Time
University
Transfer
Career/
Technical
College Prep.
and General
Studies2
Total
University
Transfer
Career/
Technical
College Prep.
and General
Studies2
Total
Total
bcit 	
3,364
3,364
5,688
5,688
9,052
308
801
346
558
282
17
936
1,376
486
847
78
706
322
886
1,553
1,822
Capilano	
2,929
Cariboo	
389
269
19
677
269
259
127
655
1,332
Douglas	
1,338
356
160
1,854
881
295
898
2,074
3,928
Fraser Valley...
40
24
5
69
271
86
120
477
546
Malaspina...	
479
293
13
785
260
830
6
1,096
1,881
New Caledonia
350
158
508
513
208
721
1,229
Okanagan	
661
212
93
966
359
134
14
507
1,473
Selkirk3	
247
292
24
563
221
8
28
257
820
Vancouver*	
2,234
849
3,083
1,406
116
	
1,522
4,605
Totals
6,847
6,721
613
14,181
5,513
8,408
1,515
15,436
29,617
Notes—
i Vocational and continuing education enrolments are excluded from this table.
2 Some colleges may have included General Studies enrolment with University Transfer data.
3 Includes East Kootenay enrolment.
i Langara campus only.
Source: Departmental Annual Report forms.   Data reported as at October 31, 1974.
 STATISTICAL TABLES
F  163
TABLE 5.3    ENROLMENT IN REGIONAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS
AND VOCATIONAL DIVISIONS OF COLLEGES, 1974/75
As at
October 31,
1974,
Full Time
July 1
1974, to June 30, 1975
Full Time
Part Time
(Night School)
Total
1,680
220
207
37
277
690
428
11,531
727
1,543
183
3,704
3,177
1,971
179
260
2,726
1,944
2,389
1,203
22,645
3,789
349
431
15,320
1,076
1,974
183
3,704
4,236
1,782
7,413
3,753
179
12
537
321
399
412
2,213
260
Malaspina 	
1,355
4,081
1,944
2,679
642
11,230
5,068
Selkirk	
1,845
Vancouver	
33,875
Totals 	
7,433
54,182
26,493
80,675
Source: Form TV-27, collected by Division of Financial Services.
 F  164
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TABLE 5.5    BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
DAY ENROLMENTS,  1974/75
Course
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Female
Male
Total
Business Management
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2nd
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2nd
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2nd
1st
2nd
1st
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1st
2nd
1st
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2nd
1,2
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436
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Source: BCIT Registrar's Office, August 1975.
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TABLE 5.6    BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
EXTENSION (NIGHT SCHOOL) ENROLMENTS, 1974/75
Technology
Administrative  Management  	
Financial Management 	
Marketing Management 	
Technical Management (Operation Management) 	
Broadcast Administration 	
Computer Programming Technology 	
Hotel, Motel, and Food Services Management (Hospitality Industry)  	
Executive Housekeepers Program 	
English 	
Health Care Management	
Biological Sciences Technology	
Building Technology
Chemical and Metallurgical Technology
Chemical Technology 	
Civil and Structural Technology
Electrical and Electronics Technology 	
Forest Resources Technology	
Instrumentation and Systems Technology
Mechanical Technology 	
Mining Technology
Natural Gas and Petroleum Technology
Surveying Technology 	
Landscape Technology 	
Mathematics Department 	
Physics Department 	
Total
Student
Enrolment
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1,196
986
253
471
815
588
131
284
143
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329
649
213
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24
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Source: BC1T Career Programs Division (July 1975).
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EDUCATION REPORT,  1974/75
TABLE 5.7 SUMMARY SHOWING TRENDS IN ADULT ENROLMENT,
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65
68
70
70
71
69
67
63
69
73
61
58
55
49
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
129,623
119,771
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
5,954
5,133
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
7,078
6,621
Vocational Program
Year
Number of
Number of
Number of
Enrollees
Instructors
Courses
13,539
540
322
12,530
552
552
9,783
518
512
14,317
685
681
17,510
880
910
21,393
1,029
1,116
25,477
1,194
1,384
28,556
1,432
1,511
29,977
1,479
1,566
31,482
1,554
1,767
34,319
1,649
1,785
42,937
2,191
2,085
35,269
1,545
1,787
31,898
1,622
1,972
25,636
1,233
1,504
21,010
968
1,183
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...
1973/74..
1974/75_
Nonvocational Program
1959/60  	
27,328
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
103,987
99,761
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
4,721
4,165
1,256
1960/61              	
1,648
1961/62	
1,707
1962/63 	
2,389
1963/64   -	
3,054
1964/65   .     	
3,145
1965/66
3,683
4,126
4,664
1966/67
1967/68               	
1968/69	
5,639
1969/70   	
6,070
1970/71      	
7,519
1971/72        ..-	
6,389
1972/73 _                	
6,665
1973/74             	
5,574
1974/75	
5,438
Source:   Continuing Education Annual Report,   1974/75,
<Post-secondary).
collected  by  Division  of  Educational  Programs
 STATISTICAL TABLES
F 171
TABLE 5.8    CLASSIFICATION OF ADULT EDUCATION COURSES,
AND ENROLMENT FOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS, 1974/75
Vocational Programs
Number of
Classes
Number of
Instructors
Enrolment
Business Management-
Commercial	
Automotive	
Machine Shop .
Construction Trades	
Electricity and Electronics-
Lumbering and Forestry—
Engineering	
Service Trades	
Health Services  	
Agriculture.
Vocational Preparatory-
Miscellaneous	
Totals.
138
369
137
42
86
34
28
10
81
22
87
143
6
1,183
119
278
88
26
81
32
25
10
68
17
96
122
6
968
2,418
6,347
2,485
606
1,593
594
470
220
1,371
490
1,654
2,701
61
21,010
Nonvocational Programs
Number of
Classes
Number of
Instructors
Enrolment
Academic Upgrading	
English and Citizenship-
Liberal Studies	
Fine Arts	
Domestic Arts	
Hobbies and Crafts 	
Social Awareness Education-
Recreation and Fitness	
Driver Training	
Miscellaneous	
Totals.
382
198
514
452
803
1,284
147
1,104
167
387
324
154
393
334
578
882
148
637
122
593
5,438
I
4,165
7,043
2,871
9,295
6,864
12,750
15,863
2,770
22,597
3,184
16,524
99,761
Source:   Continuing Education Annual Report,
(Post-secondary).
1974/75,  collected by Division of Educational Programs
Printed by K. M. MacDonald, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty
in right of the Province of British Columbia.
1976
6,530-1275-3543
 

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