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It is named after the lake, which was in turn named for Windermere Lake in England. The community of Windermere consists of a small cluster of homes and businesses on both sides of Highway 93A (the Trans-Canada Highway) at its junction with the Crowsnest Highway. The area around this intersection has been developed as a commercial centre serving Invermere to the north and Sparwood to the south, although there are no services specific to Windermere itself. There is also an elementary school located here that serves students from kindergarten through grade 7 from all over East Kootenay region including Invermere, Fairmont Hot Springs and Elkford areas who live outside their respective catchment areas or whose parents choose not send them there based on religious beliefs or other reasons such as distance/commute time etc.. Students then attend high school either at Columbia International College (CIC), Heritage Park Secondary School (HPSS) or South Slocan Secondary School depending upon where they live within East Kootenay region .