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Established in 1885, the community of Eau Claire is one of the oldest in Calgary. Thanks to its location next to the Downtown Commercial Core, the community of Eau Claire provides its residents with easy access to all that the downtown area has to offer. Yet, despite its urban setting, the community manages to maintain its natural beauty.
Bound by Bow River to the north, 4 Avenue to the south, 2 Street to the east and 9 Street to the west, the community of Eau Claire got its name from the Eau Claire Lumber Company. Established by Isaac Kendall Kerr, the Eau Claire Lumber Company was originally established in order to develop the timber found in the Bow Valley. The community itself was once a quiet residential district, but has since taken on some of the characteristics of the Downtown Commercial Core. Nonetheless, the community has still managed to remain largely outside of downtown development.
Elementary-aged children whose parents are interested in homes for sale in the Eau Claire community may attend either Connaught/Kingsland or William Reid, with Willian Reid offering a French Immersion program. The community is also served by two Catholic elementary schools, Sacred Heart and Holy Name, with Holy Name offering a French Immersion program. For those students who are in junior high school, the Eau Claire community is served by two public junior high schools. While Mount Royal Junior High does not offer a French Immersion program, Elboya Junior High does. The community is also served by two Catholic junior high schools: St. Monica and St. Michael. High school students who live in the Eau Claire community attend either the public school of Western Canada, which offers a French Immersion program, or the Catholic school of St. Mary's.