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Program Description

Outreach is a district-wide senior secondary alternative program, located in the Britannia Community Complex above the Britannia Public Library. Outreach was created to provide a safe, welcoming, and successful learning environment to Indigenous students who face barriers and/or systemic obstacles in regular classes. Non-Indigenous applicants who are interested in contributing and participating in a program with an Indigenous mindset will also be considered.

Outreach operates on a semester system, emphasising on grades 10-12; leading to a BC Secondary Graduation Certificate (Dogwood).  Outreach can assist students to access post-secondary education, vocational/trades training and/or employment opportunities.

Program Location

Administering School:Britannia Secondary School
Address:1001 Cotton Drive, Vancouver, B.C. V5L 3T4
Telephone:(604) 713-5911

Referral Process

Please complete the application form and attach all required documentation. 

All referrals are reviewed to determine program suitability relative to individual student needs. Successful applicants will be contacted by the Youth and Family Worker to arrange an intake interview with the student and their parent/guardian. 

Outreach operates on a semester system: Sept - Jan and Feb - Jun

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