B.C. Francophone School District , Richmond (represented by École Anne Hebert)

Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique (Francophone School District, SD#93) is headquartered at 100-13511 Commerce Parkway, in Richmond.

There are 41 schools across the province that make up this school district, listed as follows:
B.C. South Coast:
École André-Piolat, North Vancouver
École La Passerelle, Whistler
École de la Vallée, Pemberton
École les Aiglons, Squamish
École du Pacifique & École secondaire Chatelech, Sechelt

Greater Vancouver:
École Anne-Hébert, Vancouver
École des navigateurs, Richmond
École Virtuelle, Vancouver – online
École des colibris, Vancouver
École secondaire Jules-Verne, Vancouver
École Rose-des-Vents, Vancouver

Northern B.C.:
École Franco-Nord & École secondaire Duchess Park, Prince George
École Jack-Cook, Terrace

Northern Vancouver Island:
École Au-cœur-de-l’île, Comox
École Côte-du-soleil / École secondaire Brooks, Powell River
École des Grands cèdres, Port Alberni
École Mer-et-montagne / École secondaire Carihi, Campbell River
École Océane / École secondaire de Nanaimo, Nanaimo

Southern Vancouver Island:
École Victor-Brodeur, Victoria
École Beausoleil, Victoria

Southeastern B.C.:
École de l’Anse-au-sable, Kelowna
École Collines-d’or, Kamloops
École Entre-lacs / Penticton Secondary, Penticton
École des Glaciers / École secondaire de Revelstoke, Revelstoke
École des Sentiers-alpins / École secondaire de Nelson, Nelson
École des Sept-sommets, Rossland
École Sophie-Morigeau, Fernie

Fraser Valley:
École du Bois-joli, Delta
École Gabrielle-Roy, Surrey
École La Vérendrye, Chilliwack
École des Deux-rives, Mission
École des Voyageurs, Langley
École des Pionniers-de-Maillardville, Port Coquitlam

The central office of the CSF is valued as the nerve center of all French-language schools in the Francophone school district in B.C. These schools provide education in French at the elementary and secondary levels.

The francophone community, especially parents, fought for many years to have the right to have their children educated in French. Even though some Francophone students were able to attend French classes early on, it is only in 1982 – when the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom was adopted – that it became a constitutional right for Francophone parents to have their children educated in French anywhere in Canada.

The location that represents the CSF is école Anne-Hébert, which opened in 1983 as the first francophone homogenous school in British Columbia. Following the adoption of the Canadian Charter on Rights and Freedom, francophone parents have a constitutional right for their children to receive instruction in French everywhere in Canada.