2011-2012 registration starts Nov 1

The general registration period for the 2011-2012 school year begins on November 1, 2010 and continues to January 31, 2011.

Read below for information on registering your child(ren) at Vancouver schools.


Kindergarten Registration

Beginning in September 2011 all Vancouver schools will offer full day Kindergarten. Go to the Kindergarten registration page for more information including these helpful frequently asked questions.

School closure process
Is your neighbourhood school Carleton Elementary, Champlain Heights Annex, Macdonald Elementary, McBride Annex or Queen Alexandra Elementary? Read how to register your child for Kindergarten during the school closure process.

Early Mandarin Bilingual - Kindergarten and grade 1
A new Early Mandarin Bilingual program is being offered for Kindergarten and grade 1 entrance starting in September 2011. Since details for the program are still being finalized registration will not begin until December 1, 2010.

To ensure your child has a spot in their neighbourhood school, parents should register their children for Kindergarten starting on November 1, 2010.

Where do I register for school?

At the Vancouver School Board there are two places where you can register your child for school depending on your home language and if you were born in Canada.

Register at the District Reception and Placement Centre (DRPC):

The team at the DRPC will assist parents who are registering their children from Kindergarten to grade 12 whose children were not born in Canada and who do not speak English as their home language. Go to the DRPC registration page for more information on registering at the DRPC.

Register at your Neighbourhood school

If your child(ren) were born in Canada and speak English as their home language you should register at your neighbourhood school.

Go to the general registration page for more information including the student application which includes a helpful checklist with the documents you'll need to bring with you when registering your child at the school.

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