Cache Creek School District

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Cache Creek School District

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The Cache Creek Boarding School was built in 1873 and the Board of Trustees was appointed in 1874. The purpose of the school and the subsequent school district was to serve the isolated settlers of the south Cariboo area. The first board members were Senator C. P. Cornwall, Mr. C.A. Semlin, James Campbell and Philip Parke. In 1875 there were 45 pupils present at the school.

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