Biology and Physics teacher Tom Harding speaks about his love of science and teaching in an article by the North Shore News. Read the article here.Read More
Ridgeview Elementary students participated in the Student Vote program learning more about the electoral process over the course of the provincial election.
→ See the North Shore News cover story here.
Two Grade 12 students from Rockridge Secondary, and a Grade 6 student from École PJ won awards in the District of West Vancouver’s responsible recycling video contest. Leanne Pruner’s Grade 5 class at Ridgeview Elementary also won a free pizza party lunch for having the most video submissions.Read More
Three robots from West Vancouver’s Mechatronics/Robotics academy (Ten Ton Robotics) competed at the 2017 VEX Robotics World High School Championships in Louisville, Kentucky April 19-22. This is the world’s largest robotics completion with teams representing 44 countries from around the world.Read More
A team from Westcot Elementary was selected from thousands of entries to send their experiment “Red Worm Composting in Space” to the International Space Station. Students watched the launch of the SpaceX rocket carrying their test tube experiment online and had a chance to analyze the results at school after the worms returned to earth.Read More
Students in West Vancouver and the Gitga’at Nation in Northern BC will be working together on a large art mural and exhibition in 2017 to deepen understanding of their unique cultures and lands, courtesy of a grant for nearly $50,000 from the Government of Canada and a further $10,000 from the West Vancouver Community Foundation.Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | December 12, 2016
NORTH/WEST VANCOUVER — A new mental health education program will be introduced in North Shore schools this spring to educate and empower teens, promote positive mental health,
WEST VANCOUVER – West Vancouver Schools recently partnered with the West Vancouver Police Department (WVPD) to support the Cops for Cancer Tour de Coast through a Toonie Drive at each elementary school site.Read More
Carson Secondary, Rockridge Secondary and Mulgrave School receive grant for innovative IB partnershipPublished on March 7, 2016
NORTH VANCOUVER & WEST VANCOUVER, March 7, 2016 — Educators at three schools on the North Shore have been recognized for their collaboration and innovation around the International Baccalaureate (IB) approaches to learning skills.