List of schools in Prince Edward Island

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This is a list of public schools in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island that are currently being used. The following is a list of former schools in Prince Edward Island.

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Current School List

School Name Municipality County StartEnd District Subdistrict Year OpenLast UpdateMax Enrolment2022–23 Enrolment
Alberton Elementary Alberton Prince K 6 PSB Westisle
Amherst Cove Borden-Carleton Prince K 8 PSB Kinkora
Athena Consolidated Summerside Prince K 9 PSB Three Oaks
Belfast Consolidated Belfast Queens K 9 PSB Montague
Birchwood Intermediate Charlottetown Queens 7 9 PSB Colonel Gray
Bloomfield Elementary Bloomfield Prince K 6 PSB Westisle
Bluefield High Hampshire Queens 10 12 PSB Bluefield
Cardigan Consolidated Cardigan Kings K 6 PSB Montague
Central Queens Hunter River Queens K 6 PSB Bluefield
Charlottetown Rural Charlottetown Queens 10 12 PSB Charlottetown 1965
Colonel Gray Charlottetown Queens 10 12 PSB Colonel Gray 1968
Donagh Regional Donagh Queens K 9 PSB Charlottetown
East Wiltshire Cornwall Queens 7 9 PSB Bluefield
Eliot River Cornwall Queens 4 6 PSB Bluefield
Ellerslie Ellerslie-Bideford Prince K 6 PSB Westisle
Elm Street Summerside Prince K 6 PSB Three Oaks
Englewood Crapaud Queens K 9 PSB Bluefield
Evangéline Wellington Prince K 12 CSLF Evangéline
François-Buote Charlottetown Queens K 12 CSLF François-Buote
Georgetown Elementary Georgetown Kings K 8 PSB Montague
Glen Stewart Stratford Queens K 3 PSB Charlottetown
Greenfield Elementary Summerside Prince K 6 PSB Three Oaks
Gulf Shore North Rustico Queens K 9 PSB Bluefield
Hernewood Intermediate Mill River Prince 7 9 PSB Westisle 1975
Kensington Intermediate Kensington Prince 7 12 PSB Kensington 1955
Kinkora Regional Kinkora Prince 9 12 PSB Kinkora 1935
L. M. Montgomery Charlottetown Queens K 6 PSB Charlottetown
La-Belle-Cloche Souris Kings K 12 CSLF La-Belle-Cloche
Merritt E. Callaghan Tignish Prince 7 9 PSB Westisle 1976
Montague Regional Montague Kings 10 12 PSB Montague 2010
Morell Regional Morell Kings 9 12 PSB Morell
Parkdale Elementary Charlottetown Queens K 6 PSB Charlottetown
Prince Street Charlottetown Queens K 6 PSB Charlottetown
Pierre-Chiasson Deblois Prince K 12 CSLF Evangéline
Queen Charlotte Charlottetown Queens 7 9 PSB Charlottetown
Queen Elizabeth Elementary School Kensington, Prince Edward Island Prince K 6 PSB Kensington
Sherwood Elementary Charlottetown Queens K 6 PSB Charlottetown
St. Louis Elementary St. Louis Prince K 6 PSB Westisle 1972
Souris Regional Souris Kings K 12 PSB Souris 1955
St-Augustin Hunter River Queens K 6 CSLF François-Buote
Stonepark Intermediate Charlottetown Queens 7 9 PSB Charlottetown
Stratford Elementary Charlottetown Queens 4 6 PSB Charlottetown
Sur-Mer Summerside Prince K 8 CSLF Évangéline
Three Oaks Summerside Prince 10 12 PSB Three Oaks 1976
Tignish Elementary School Tignish Prince K 6 PSB Westisle
Westisle Composite Rosebank Prince 10 12 PSB Westisle 1979
Westwood Primary Cornwall Queens K 3 PSB Bluefield
Vernon River Vernon River Queens K 9 PSB Montague

Former School List

School Name Municipality County Year OpenYear ClosedLast EnrollmentFate of School

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