|Address:||530 Dieppe Road|
|Other Work:||Additions in 1956, 1958, 1963 and 1968|
|Architects:||Northwood and Chivers, principally Chivers|
Roy M. Lev (1963)
Pratt and Lindgren Snider Tomcej and Associate (1968)
|Contractors:||Arlington Brothers (1952)|
This elementary school is named for the 1942 Dieppe Raid on the beaches in France where Canada and the Allies took heavy casualties but learned a great deal which was later put to use successfully in the Normandy invasions; it is only logical that it should be designated as the district's dual-track school in the 1981 and a full French immersion school in 2002. It began as the same design as Royal School.
|Suburb:||Eric Coy, Charleswood|