Did You Know?

Kimberley has the most restaurants per capita in Canada.

Cranbrook is in the Southeast Kootenay School District No. 5 and Kimberley is in the Rocky Mountain School District No. 6. Want to learn more about public schools in our region? Check out the following:

Elementary Schools
  • Amy Woodland Elementary School – Cranbrook (K-6)
    • Enrolment: 266, Capacity: 300
  • Gordon Terrace Elementary School – Cranbrook (K-6)
    • Enrolment: 249, Capacity: 300
  • Highlands Elementary School – Cranbrook (K-6)
    • Enrolment: 276, Capacity: 325
  • Kootenay Orchards Elementary School – Cranbrook (K-6)
    • Enrolment: 210, Capacity: 250
  • Pinewood Elementary School – Cranbrook (K-6)
    • Enrolment: 126, Capacity: 150
  • Steeples Elementary School – Cranbrook (K-6)
    • Enrolment: 182, Capacity: 275
  • T.M. Roberts Elementary School – Cranbrook (Offers French immersion from K-6)
    • Enrolment: 381, Capacity: 375
  • Lindsay Park Elementary School – Kimberley (K-3)
    • Enrolment: 163, Capacity: 169
  • Marysville Elementary – Marysville (K-3)
    • Enrolment: 187, Capacity: 194
  • McKim Middle School – Kimberley (4-7)
    • Enrolment: 364, Capacity: 390
Secondary
  • Laurie Middle School – Cranbrook (7-9)
    • Enrolment: 372, Capacity: 450
  • Mount Baker Secondary School – Cranbrook (10-12)
    • Enrolment: 822, Capacity: 900
  • Parkland Middle School – Cranbrook (7-9)
    • Enrolment: 426, Capacity: 600
  • Selkirk Secondary School – Kimberley
  • Kimberley Alternate School (10-12)
    • Enrolment: 23