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Constable Neil Bruce Middle
"Home of the Cubs"
History of CNB

Constable Neil Bruce Middle School officially opened in January 2000 as the first middle school to be named for a police officer.  As well, CNB was the first school to open in the new millenniumCNB Middle has five associate elementary schools.  Students arrive here for grade 7 from Chief Tomat Elem., Hudson Rd. Elem., Rose Valley Elem., Shannon Lake Elem., and Mar Jok Elem.  CNB Middle in turn is the one of two feeder schools to West Kelowna's only high school, Mount Boucherie Secondary.  CNB's current population is 700 students.


 About Constable Neil Bruce

Neil Bruce, a native of New Brunswick, joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 1959. Constable Neil Bruce was fatally wounded on the morning of April 10th, 1965, while attempting to rescue a young woman who was being unlawfully confined in a cabin in Powers Creek in Westbank, B.C. He died in the Kelowna General Hospital on April 14th, 1965. Constable Neil Bruce was 26 years old. He left behind his wife Sandra, his son Donald and his daughter Barbara.