List of schools in Yukon

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This is a list of schools in Yukon , Canada. There are 28 schools in total, 14 in Whitehorse and 14 situated in the rural communities. They're each governed by a school council except for École Émilie-Tremblay, governed by Yukon's only school board, Commission scolaire francophone du Yukon. School councils are made up of locally elected and appointed members of the community who have important roles in providing advice and making decisions about some of the operation of schools. [1]

School Name [2] Community Grades available [3]
Chief Zzeh Gittlit Old Crow K–9
Christ the King Elementary Whitehorse K–7
Del Van Gorder Faro K–12
Elijah Smith Elementary Whitehorse K–7
Eliza Van Bibber Pelly Crossing K–12
École Émilie-Tremblay Whitehorse K–12
F.H. Collins Secondary Whitehorse 8–12
Ghùch Tlâ Community School Carcross K–9
Golden Horn Elementary Whitehorse K–7
Grey Mountain Primary Whitehorse K–3
Hidden Valley Elementary Whitehorse K–7
Holy Family Elementary Whitehorse K–7
J.V. Clark Mayo, Yukon K–12
Jack Hulland Elementary Whitehorse K–7
Watson Lake Secondary Watson Lake 8–12
Kluane Lake Destruction Bay K–8
Nelnah Bessie John Beaver Creek K–9
Porter Creek Secondary Whitehorse 8–12
Robert Service School Dawson City K–12
Ross River School Ross River K–10
Selkirk Elementary Whitehorse K–7
St. Elias Community Haines Junction K–12
Takhini Elementary Whitehorse K–7
Tantalus Carmacks K–12
Khàtìnas.àxh Community School (formerly called Teslin School until 2018) Teslin K–9
Vanier Catholic Secondary Whitehorse 8–12
Johnson Elementary Watson Lake K–7
Whitehorse Elementary Whitehorse K–7

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References

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