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About Our School
​​​​Anne McClymont Elementary School is named after Anne Isobel McClymont. In the early 1920's Anne McClymont's parents built a house int he Mission are of Kelowna which they named "Green Gables" in honour of their cousin, Lucy Maud Montgomery, the famed author of "Anne of Green Gables". In Septermber, 1924, Anne McClymont moved to her parents' home and started teaching at Okanagan Mission Elementary School, which consisted of two rooms. Her teaching career spanned 39 years (1924-1963). For many of those years, Anne McClymont was an exceptional athlete, outstanding administrator and teacher, and a well respected member of the Mission community. She was always known to encourage students and teachers to reach for higher levels of achievement. Anne McClymont was truly an inspiration to all who knew her.
Anne McClymont Elementary School was built on the McClymont's original Mission homestead and opened to a student population of 590 students in September, 1994.
The current student population for the 2022-23 school year is expected to be approximately 450 students.
Mascot:  Timberwolf
School Colours: Teal, Grey, White
School Motto: "Leaders Growing Together"
Hours of Operation
K - Grade 6            Entry Bell                       8:25 am
                              Classes in Session         8:30 am
                              Lunch Recess                11:13 am
                              Lunch Eating                  11:50 am
                              Classes in Session         12:10 pm
                              Recess                            1:30 pm
                              Classes in Session          1:45 pm
                              Dismissed                        2:30 pm
                              School Office Hours        8:00 am - 3:15 pm