Vancouver College is a Catholic faith and learning community whose mission is the education of boys and young men from Kindergarten to Grade 12 in the Blessed Edmund Rice tradition.
 
 
The Our Next Century campaign is an extraordinary time in Vancouver College's history. Each gift  will help us achieve our goal and make a significant difference to our students and educational program. 

What's Happening at Vancouver College

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First Day of School in Lannon Hall!

On September 21, 2020, following all our COVID-19 health & safety protocols, we welcomed our Elementary School Students to their new building, Lannon Hall, for the first time! We are so grateful for all in our community who made this redevelopment project possible.

Visit the Our Next Century website for more pictures of our Elementary Students' first day on campus and for an overview of the construction project that brought us here.

Picture Day 2020

Picture Day is coming up at Vancouver College! We will be holding two sessions to accommodate our COVID-19 schedule, with students required to be in WINTER UNIFORM on their scheduled day.

Photos will be ordered online this year and mailed home. Parents are encouraged to visit Artona's webpage and check out our Weekly Newsletter sent on Monday, September 14, 2020, for more details. 

Please note events on Artona's webpage may be incorrect or out of date! Stay tuned to our Weekly Newsletters for the latest updates on photo retakes. 

Same Mission - Same Vision - NEW ADDRESS

We're still here...but our address just looks a little different. Please note that as we prepare to open our brand new Lannon Hall, Vancouver College's address has changed to 5401 Hudson Street, Vancouver BC, V6M 0C5. #vclearns

Return to Campus - 2020-2021

As we prepare for the start of the 2020-2021 school year, our Administration Team has been hard at work all summer, planning for a safe return to campus.

Our full 2020-2021 plan was released to parents on Friday, August 21, 2020. Further information can be found on our COVID-19 webpage which parents and students are encouraged to bookmark as a source of updated information throughout the academic year. 

Construction Updates - July 6, 2020

Although summer vacation is underway for our students, our construction crews are still hard at work on the new Lannon Hall, getting it ready for the 2020-2021 school year! Earlier this week our Elementary School teachers had the chance to walk through their new space and are excited to welcome all our students back soon! Visit our ONC webpage for more construction updates. 

VC Alumni in the News

Ivan Rybkin (VC'16)

Jeff Sargeant (VC'01), the Communications Coordinator at UBC Athletics,  interviews Ivan Rybkin (VC'16), four-time Canadian University Rowing Association Champion and UBC Kinesiology 4th year student. Check out the UBC Thunderbirds Facebook Page for the interview! 

Isaiah Solomon (VC '12)

Earlier this week, Isaiah Solomon (VC ' 12) joined VanCity Basketball Academy to discuss his basketball career (including his time playing for VC, UBC & on BC's provincial team) and the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement. Visit the VanCity Basketball Academy Instagram page for the full interview! 

Tony Gallagher (VC '66)

Congratulations to Vancouver Province writer and columnist Tony Gallagher (VC'66), who will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as the 2020 media honouree and recipient of the Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award for journalism excellence! Tony is the first Vancouver College Graduate and Vancouver journalist to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame for his 45-year career as a sports journalist. 

 

John Smythe (VC'07)

John Smythe (VC'07) was recently featured on the Player's Own Voice podcast, speaking about balancing his time competing with The Canadian National Field Hockey Team, while battling Chron's disease. While Crohn's is chronic,  John has managed to keep it in remission, to the extent that he's gearing up fully for the Canadian men's competition in the Tokyo Olympics.

Sean Ryan (VC'19)

Congratulations to Sean Ryan (VC'19) who, as part of Corpus Christi College's "Rise Up" team, has won a place to represent Canada at the Oxford Global Challenge this June!
 
During his first year at Corpus Christi, Sean has also been working on another project associated with the Giving Truck Society, which "supports those who are marginalized, vulnerable, and hungry throughout the Lower Mainland."