Kitsilano

2250 West 10th Avenue

1917-present

The first classes, with overflow students from King Edward, were held in Cecil Rhodes school in 1917, then in Hudson school in 1918, with a new building opening in January 1920. Kitsilano was named for Chief Khahtsahlano, hereditary chief of the Squamish nation.

 

 

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