Queen Mary Elementary School
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|Queen Mary Elementary School|
|2000 Trimble Street
Vancouver, British Columbia, V6R 3Z4, Canada
|School board||School District 39 Vancouver|
|Area trustee||Sharon Gregson|
|Vice principal||Shannon Burton|
|School type||Elementary school|
|Area||West Point Grey|
|Colours||Purple & Gold|
|Enrollment||495 (June 2009)|
It is located at 2000 Trimble Street, at the intersection with 4th Avenue in the West Point Grey neighbourhood. As of 2009, the current school principal is Monika Sanft. The school has a population of about 450 students from grade K-7. It is also one of the three schools that host the MAC (Multi-Age Cluster) classes in the Vancouver School District. The other schools with MAC classes in the Vancouver School Board are Tecumseh Elementary and General Gordon Elementary School.
Queen Mary Elementary School is located close to the beach and is upon a hill. It has two buildings, a gravel field and two playgrounds (one for upper school and one for lower school.) The main red building was a former Town Hall for the city of Vancouver.
Last modified on 6 August 2012, at 04:00