We are honoured to be learning on the Traditional Territory of the Sḵwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw and St’át’yemc Nations.
We would like to wish all students, staff and families an enjoyable summer. We look forward to welcoming you back to school on Tuesday, September 5, 2017.
The School Board Office will remain open throughout the summer. Located at 37866 2nd Avenue in downtown Squamish, the School Board Office will be open during the following hours:
Monday – Friday
8:00AM – 4:00PM
New Student Registration
New residents wishing to register their children for elementary school in September should register at the School Board Office between July 10th and August 25th, or at the school starting on August 28th. All students will be put on a waitlist. Final assignment at an individual school will not be confirmed until late August. Please click here to access the SD48 Student Registration Forms.
Please bring the following documents with you to register your child for any school in the School District:
- Proof of Residency (address where parent and child live) i.e. drivers’ license, telephone/hydro bill or other documentation with street address
- Student’s Birth Certificate
- Student’s Care Card
- Legal guardian, custody or court order documents, if applicable
- Immigration, Citizenship/Permanent Resident documentation, if applicable
- Student’s last report card, if available
- Student’s immunization record, if available.
Secondary Schools will be open for registrations August 21, 2017.
Please click here to access Kindergarten and French Immersion registration information.
For students new to School District No. 48, please click here to access the SD48 Student Registration Forms.
Our students and staff are often in the news for creating and innovating, collaborating, contributing, and thinking critically. Please click on the links below to access recent news coverage showcasing SD48 learning in a variety of ways.
Spring Creek Grade 7 students unveil pollinator gardens
(Whistler Question Newspaper, July 3, 2017)
Our Schools: Deconstructing electronics to learn about waste
(Whistler Question Newspaper, June 27, 2017)