Vancouver College is committed to the development of the whole person, academically, emotionally, physically, and spiritually, preparing students for lives dedicated to faith, excellence, leadership, and service to the community.
From Grade 10 to 12, the young men in the Senior School begin to prepare for life and their journey as better men outside Vancouver College.
The Middle School is committed to providing a Relationship-Rich Education focused on four interlocking priorities: relational teaching, community building, character education and experiential learning.
Our Elementary School program offers unique learning experiences to acquire knowledge, build skills and develop character.
As stated in our focus on this year’s Essential Element, Vancouver College celebrates the value and dignity of each person created in the image and likeness of God. As a result, we were horrified by the terrorist attack waged by Hamas on innocent people. Our community is fully aligned with the recent message from our spiritual leader, Archbishop Michael Miller.
We are excited to share that our theme for Walkathon this year is: "UNITY IN DIVERSITY"
Walkathon will take place on Friday, October 6, 2023. Please help us reach our goal of $120,000 and support this initiative through our online donation forms. More information is available on the Walkathon page.
Throughout the school year, we've captured highlights of happiness from our students and faculty. We are grateful to share a small glimpse of it with the rest of our community through this short video, and end the 100th school year with a big smile on your face.
Not only did we mark the conclusion of our year-long 100th-anniversary celebrations with our special Thanksgiving Mass this month, but we also marked the end of an era last week when we bid farewell to our last teaching Christian Brother, Br. Charles Gattone. A heartfelt sendoff took place at the end of Br. Gattone's last class after 53 years of teaching. Staff and students from all grade levels formed a line that stretched from his classroom, through the hallways, across the courtyard, and into Lannon Hall.
We want to express our deepest gratitude to all who joined us in commemorating VC 100 during the final liturgy on Saturday, June 3. It was an unforgettable day filled with faith, warmth, and joy, and we are immensely grateful for your presence.
This year’s basketball tournament is monumental as Mayor of Vancouver, Ken Sim, declared May 6, 2023 “John Dumont Day” in honour of John Dumont (VC 1993) and the legacy he left behind.
VC Alumni Garrett Collier (VC 1997) was presented the Athletics Canada’s Jane and Gerry Swann Award as Development Coach of the Year.