Our school district endeavors to create safe, caring and supportive learning environments in order for all students to experience success. Our elementary schools are configured from kindergarten to grade 5, middle schools from grade 6 to grade 8, and secondary schools from grade 9 to grade 12.
The Campbell River School District offers a continuing education program for those adults who would like to take academic courses to upgrade skills, to improve basic literacy, or to complete a high school diploma.
The Campbell River School District is committed to improving Indigenous student achievement, increasing opportunities, building a culture of learning and wellness, and honouring Indigenous world views and perspectives.
The parent is the first and most important teacher in a child's life. Campbell River School District supports parents in this important role by providing a free, early learning program for young children from birth to kindergarten and their parents or caregivers.
Campbell River School District offers a variety of classes to help student upgrade their marks and further develop their academic and cultural interests over the summer. Any SD72 student in kindergarten to grade 12 is eligible to take a Summer School course for free.
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The Cobb County School District does not guarantee the quality, accuracy or completeness of any translated information. Before you act on translated information, the District encourages you to confirm any facts that are important to you and affect any decisions you may make.
The Cobb County School District is committed to parent, family and community engagement, and it is our hope that by providing this tool on our website that we are making our information more accessible to families whose first language is not English and thereby enabling better engagement in public education.