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New students

Registration for our 2021 - 2022 school year is now closed.  We will soon begin registering for our Summer Term.  Please check our website in late May and early June for our Summer Schedule. 

*Important*. Students are expected to attend classes in person. Please check our website for updates/changes to this plan.

Visit our FAQs for more information on Adult Education.


REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR NEW STUDENTS:

Submit the following documents to adulteducationadvisors@vsb.bc.ca

1.  The completed  Intake Form  (Note: you will need to open and save the Intake Form using Adobe Acrobat); read and sign the Code of Conduct.

2.  Proof of status in Canada (passport, birth certificate, Perm Resident Card, Convention Refugee documents, Refugee Claimant documents, Status Card). 

3. Official Photo ID if not included in the documents above.  

Once your documents have been received, you will be contacted to arrange an appointment with an Academic Advisor to help you with registration.   Please note, you may be asked to write an English or Math assessment before meeting with an Advisor. 

If you are not able to provide copies of any of these documents, please email the principal,   hwilliams@vsb.bc.ca   or   vice principal,  dmorita@vsb.bc.ca  directly. VSB Adult Education follows our district “Access to City Services without Fear” guidelines. Prospective students who have questions about their eligibility to attend are also welcome to contact our school directly at 604-713-5770.

For further information, please see our Welcome Guide.

We look forward to working with you

Student Experiences

"Adult Ed has helped me realize my unrealized dreams. When I first started my journey at South Hill, I wanted to become a nurse. The teachers helped gear my education to enable me for success in nursing specifically, the prerequisites. 

The prerequisites helped me get into a university which is where I discovered a whole other world of academics. One academic discipline that changed the way I thought about my life was philosophy; I learned that my passion was in philosophy. And because I already had the prerequisites from South Hill for nursing, I got into the philosophy program easily (nursing prerequisite cover all the bases). 

Now I'm pursuing a bachelor's in philosophy at SFU and have my eyes set on a master's. Thanks, South Hill for the dreams that were unrealized and are now realized! " 

DANIEL RYDER


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