Port Coquitlam - High Schools


Port Coquitlam offers 2 public and 2 private high schools for its residents. Port Coquitlam belongs to School District 43, lead by Superintendent Patricia Gartland. In total there are 14 elementary schools, offering traditional, Montessori, Early French Immersion, and Francophone based programs. 

Information including Fraser Insitute Rankings is included below. Fraser Insitute rankings compare academic results of schools within a given category (Elementary or High Schools). It should be noted that the rankings are based on objective and measurable data in the form of test results. 
It has been argued that relying on standardized tests in limited subjects doesn't capture the full range of desirable educational outcomes, therefore, this information has been included to provide additional insight. Please keep in mind that many BC schools often have different focuses and strengths including academic programs and apprenticeships and trades. 

Public Schools

  • Located within the Central Port Coquitlam neighborhood
  • 2215 Reeve Street
  • 1470 students, 88 teachers
  • Founded in 1996
  • English and French Immersion programs
  • 4.21/5 on Rate My Teachers
  • Ranked 187/253 by the Fraser Institute
  • Located within the Riverwood neighborhood
  • 1260 Riverwood Gate
  • 1525 students, 91 teachers
  • Founded in 1950
  • Motto "We Pursue Excellence"
  • 4.19/5 on Rate My Teachers
  • Ranked 187/253 by the Fraser Institute

Private Schools

Archbishop Carney Regional Secondary School
  • Located within the Riverwood neighborhood
  • 1335 Dominion Avenue
  • 600 students
  • Grades 8 through 12
  • 4.18/5 on Rate My Teachers
  • Ranked 77/253 by the Fraser Institue

  • Located within the Lincoln Park neighborhood
  • 1019 Fernwood Avenue
  • Kindergarten through Grade 12
  • 4.03/5 on Rate My Teachers

Get In Touch

Miles Daley

Mobile: (778) 886-6597

Phone: (778) 379-7888

Email

Office Info

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305-9940 Lougheed Hwy  Burnaby,  British Columbia  V3J 1N3 

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