• Early learning supports later academic success. Burnaby was one of the first districts to adopt programs for newborn to age five. Today, 12 District StrongStart BC Early Learning Centres engage […]
  • Literacy is the foundation for all learning. The District participates in community literacy planning and supports success through leading-edge programs. Excellence is celebrated annually with the WORDS Writing Project and […]
  • With one of the largest AP programs in Canada, Burnaby students are poised to succeed. The rates of completion and transfer to post-secondary are well above the provincial average. Annually, […]
  • The District’s Visual & Performing Arts program is the most comprehensive in BC. Dance is fostered through a district-wide Festival of Dance and instructors at each secondary school. Specialized music […]
  • The District offers a wide variety of programs to support the needs of all learners. These include French immersion, Mandarin language arts, challenge programs, sports academies and online learning.
  • Expanded educational career options give Burnaby secondary students the chance to explore future careers. From work experience to industry training and apprenticeships, these options lead to career success.
  • Students, staff, families, agencies and businesses work together at Burnaby’s eight Community Schools to meet the educational, recreational and social needs of the neighbourhood.
  • With one of the largest district-run Community & Continuing Education programs in BC, more than 800 offerings for adult learners can lead to high school completion, English language skills or […]
  • Teaching extends beyond the classroom. Staff and students identify issues such as poverty, social justice or energy conservation and seek solutions that make a real impact locally and globally.
  • Dedicated teachers, administrators, staff, an engaged parent community and generous community partners work together to guide, teach and support all our learners.