Our mission is to inspire all students to embrace learning as a way of life and to become responsible citizens of the global community by creating quality learning environments, nurturing positive relationships and honouring individual student needs.
Approximately 25 percent of our student population is Aboriginal. These students are supported by the Aboriginal Education Department. The BC Human Rights Tribunal has granted our district a Special Program Exemption that allows us to hire support workers of Aboriginal ancestry. Our international student program provides opportunities for students from other countries to live and study in Quesnel.
Our district provides exceptional support to students with special needs through our support services department. Curricular support in all areas is readily available. We employ full-time literacy, numeracy and Aboriginal cultural resource teachers, and we offer a Hockey Canada approved skills academy.
The Quesnel region offers a full range of outdoor activities, from downhill and cross-country skiing to fishing, hunting and canoeing. Quesnel also has a vibrant arts community and a full range of organized sports leagues. Housing is affordable with a good quality starter home beginning at $120,000.
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Teachers on contracts are offered full tuition reimbursement for coursework taken towards higher categorization. We also provide career advancement opportunities to both teachers and support staff.
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|Communities in the District||6|
|Number of Schools||17|
|Number of Students||3,900|
|Number of Employees||850|