District School Board of Niagara

The District School Board of Niagara (DSBN, known as English-language Public District School Board No. 22 prior to 1999[4]) is a school board in the public school system of Ontario, Canada, in the Regional Municipality of Niagara. Its head office is in St. Catharines. The DSBN operates schools in each of the twelve municipalities in the region. It employs close to 2,500 instructional staff to teach over 43,000 students in 97 elementary schools and 18 secondary schools. DSBN has recently implemented a new online campus, allowing students to take high school level courses online at their own pace. This service is run by Desire2Learn (D2L) and features such things as online testing, discussion boards, email, and DSBN instant messaging.

District School Board of Niagara
191 Carlton St
St. Catharines, ON
L2R 7P4

Coordinates43.17511°N 79.24713°W / 43.17511; -79.24713
District information
School boardKate Baggott
Sue Barnett (Chair)
Nancy Beamer
Alex Bradnam
Lora Campbell
Jonathan ast
Elizabeth Klassen
Kevin Maves
Shannon Mitchell
Doug Newton
Dave Schaubel (Vice Chair)
Director of educationWarren Hoshizaki[1]
Schools88 elementary
18 secondary[2]
District IDB66150[3]
Students and staff
Other information

The board was created on January 1, 1998 as a result of the amalgamation of the Lincoln County Board of Education serving the boundaries of the former Lincoln County, and the Niagara South Board of Education which served the boundaries of the former Welland County.

Secondary schools

School name Street address Community Postal
A. N. Myer Secondary School 6338 O'Neil Street Niagara Falls L2J 1M7
Beamsville District Secondary School 4317 Central Avenue Beamsville L0R 1B0
DSBN Academy 130 Louth Street St. Catharines L2S 2T4
Eastdale Secondary School 170 Wellington Street Welland L3B 1B3
Eden High School 535 Lake Street St. Catharines L2N 4H7
E.L. Crossley Secondary School 350 Highway #20 Fonthill L0S 1E0
Governor Simcoe Secondary School 15 Glenview Avenue St. Catharines L2N 2Z7
Greater Fort Erie Secondary School 1640 Garrison Road Fort Erie L2A 5M4
Grimsby District Secondary School 5 Boulton Avenue Grimsby L3M 1H6
Laura Secord Secondary School 349 Niagara Street St. Catharines L2M 4V9
Port Colborne High School 211 Elgin Street Port Colborne L3K 3K4
Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School 101 Glen Morris Drive St. Catharines L2T 2N1
Stamford Collegiate Secondary School 5775 Drummond Road Niagara Falls L2G 4L2
St. Catharines Collegiate Secondary School 34 Catherine Street St. Catharines L2R 5E7
Thorold Secondary School 50 Ormond Street North Thorold L2V 1Z1
Welland Centennial Secondary School 240 Thorold Road West Welland L3C 3W2
Westlane Secondary School 5960 Pitton Road Niagara Falls L2H 1T5

Niagara District Secondary School was closed in 2010 and is now the site of the Royal Elite International Academy.

Fort Erie Secondary School and Ridgeway-Crystal Beach High School were closed and merged into a new school known as Greater Fort Erie Secondary School, in September 2017.[5]

See also


  1. Hoshizaki, Warren. "Message from the Director of Education". District School Board of Niagara. Retrieved 2 November 2018.
  2. "DSBN Facts". District School Board of Niagara. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  3. "Find a School Board". Ontario Ministry of Education. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  4. "Ontario Regulation 107/08". e-Laws. Government of Ontario. Retrieved 15 April 2014.
  5. Vandervoet, Matthew (September 5, 2017). "Smooth Start As Two High Schools Become One". District School Board of Niagara. Retrieved June 24, 2019.
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