Inspire Sports Victoria provides excellent gymnastics programming to people of all ages from recreational to Olympic levels promoting physical literacy and active lifestyles with our friendly staff and customer service driven approach.
Where do Parents of Sensitive Children Learn How to Raise a Secure Child?
Explore the Circle of Security® in creating a Secure Base and a Safe Haven for children of all ages: workshops & mentoring available. (individuals, couples, families)
ArtsCalibre Academy provides an arts-inspired education for children from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 8. Small class sizes; creative teaching approaches; and arts experiences provide students with an exciting learning journey.
Debate Camp Canada provides training in public speaking and debating for students eager to improve their skills, confidence and ability with the spoken word.
Welcome to Engineering For Kids Vancouver Island where kids ages 4 to 14 are introduced to STEM Education through programs such as after-school classes, camps, workshops, birthday parties, parent's night out, scouts and guides events!
We are focused entirely on the education, development and well-being of girls, and we are uniquely positioned to provide them with opportunities and experiences they simply won’t have anywhere else.
Christ Church Cathedral School is Victoria's Anglican Elementary and Middle School, welcoming children from all backgrounds. CCCS is an affordable independent school with exceptional results.
Our personalized approach helps children learn math and reading concepts based on their ability. Since the curriculum is individualized for each child, it allows students to comprehend the new material fully before moving ahead.
For more than 30 years, Sylvan has helped more than two million students learn to read, write, calculate, and organize themselves to reach their potential inside and outside of the classroom.
Kids & Company, a proudly Canadian company, offers high-quality and flexible child care solutions including guaranteed full-time, part-time and emergency back-up care.
The Oaklands Community Association is committed to strengthening the Oaklands community by providing programs, services and resources for all its residents, businesses and visitors in the City of Victoria, BC.
Startup Skool focuses on educating youth ages 8 - 18 on entrepreneurship, design thinking, and technology. Through Startup Skool youth are equipped with the soft, technical, and creative skills they need to tackle the world in front of them.
The Greater Victoria Compost Education Centre is a non-profit organization which provides composting and organic gardening education to residents of the CRD.
The “Ideal School” provides quality attention to each child from kindergarten to grade 7. The curriculum goes well beyond the mandated BC curriculum by developing an understanding of how each subject area relates to broader life principles.
Carnarvon Centre is home not only to Recreation Oak Bay’s Daycare facility and Afterschool Care program but also to a number of outdoor recreational facilities providing fun and activity for all ages and demographics.
Our learning through play approach fosters children's sense of wonderment with the world
We use a balance of indoor and outdoor classrooms to enrich your child's preschool experience.
The Bruce Hutchison Branch was built in 1993 as part of the Saanich Commonwealth Recreation Centre and it opened its doors October 1994. The Branch is 9,196 sq. ft. including a program room for 40 people shared with Commonwealth Place.
The main resource centre for the Library system and has many specialized collections and services, as well as an excellent general collections. It occupies 48,222 square feet of the Waddington Building complex.
The Library was built in 1989 as part of an Expo 86 Legacy Project. It officially opened on February 11, 1989 as part of the Vancouver Island Regional Library system. The branch is 4,702 sq. ft. and has beautiful views of Pioneer Park.
The Emily Carr Branch was the first branch of the Greater Victoria Public Library system, opening in 1966 in the Town and Country Shopping Centre. In 1972, the branch relocated to the 3500 Blanshard Street location.
It is 8,600 square feet on one level, with space for Internet computers, collections and for the public to use for reading and studying. There's also a children's program room to beckon children into storytimes and other programs.
Our school is committed to creating a learning community that values diversity and is free from all forms of discrimination. Everyone is expected to model respectful conduct and no one should tolerate discrimination of any kind.
The Juan de Fuca Branch, opened in December 1997, was designed by Marshall & Garyali architects and built by Mailey Developments. The total size of the Branch is 19,000 square feet and is adjacent to the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre.
Originally opened in 1976, the Nellie McClung Branch was rebuilt in 1991 following a fire, which totally destroyed it. It has 13,700 square feet. The Branch was named after Nellie McClung, a well-known suffragette and author.
The size of the Branch, including the basement, is 11,358 square feet, an expansion of 5,300 square feet over the original floor plan. A unique feature of this Branch is the incorporation of the Tonkin heritage home on Hampshire Road.
Environmental design elements created a "green building" that makes efficient use of natural resources. This branch is the first GVPL branch to pursue Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.
In 1966, the communities of North Saanich and Sidney joined VIRL and a branch was opened on Beacon Ave. In 1967, the library moved to the Annex at SANSCHA Hall.
This is a play-based program, built around the belief that children learn naturally through their play. We offer a diverse and exciting curriculum with a variety of learning centers and activities for free play.
Academic focused Summer school for students who like to learn, be inspired and challenged aged 12 to 18. Students study a timetable and enjoy trips designed for them. We are based on the spectacular Brentwood College campus on Vancouver Island.