Crown Parent Participation Preschool  
3741 West 27th Avenue

Crown Preschool began in 1948 and has operated from St. Philip’s Church in the Dunbar area since 1965. Crown follows a philosophy that views play as a child’s natural response to life. Through play, children have opportunities to explore, experiment and to learn about themselves and the world around them. The varied nature of play activities assists children’s development in all areas. Play is the work of the child and is one of the most effective kinds of learning known.



Lord Kitchener Elementary School

4055 Blenheim Street

The original wood frame building will be upgraded for school use; design is underway for a replacement school. The new school will be constructed at the southwest corner of existing playground. At the completion of the project, the school will have a capacity of 60 full-day kindergarten spaces and 450 grade 1 - 7 student spaces. Additional areas will be included for Neighborhood of Learning and Early Childhood Education initiatives.



Sir Queen Elizabeth Elementary School Annex

4275 Crown Street

Queen Elizabeth Elementary is a public school of the Vancouver School Board. They are located at 4102 West 16th Avenue in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.



Sir Southlands Elementary School

5351 Camosun

Southlands Elementary School is a K-7 school located at the western city limits of Vancouver, British Columbia in the Dunbar-Southlands neighbourhood.

The first school in the area was the Kerrisdale Annex. Southlands Elementary School nearby opened in the fall of 1952, to accommodate children from the Annex after a petition succeeded in convincing the school board to open the new school so that they could attend closer to home. The Kerrisdale Annex was renamed Southlands Annex and continued to accommodate children in the lower primary grades.

Southlands Elementary School is surrounded on three sides by Pacific Spirit Regional Park. The proximity to the forest with bald eagle nests and small streams has encouraged a rich environmental and ecology curricula. It is notable for having specialized First Nations programs due to its proximity to the Musqueam Native Band (which is located almost directly to the southwest). There are two daycare programs on the school grounds, Jericho Kids Club for first grade and older, and Creative Minds, for kindergarten and younger.



St George's School

4175 West 29th Avenue

Founded in 1930 in the Anglican tradition, St. George’s School welcomes boys from all faith traditions from Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, and across Canada and around the world. Offering a broad and inclusive program embracing academics, the arts, athletics, leadership, and service, St. George’s School has achieved national and international prominence for our success in meeting the learning and developmental needs of boys. A university preparatory school, St. George’s occupies two campuses, one with a heritage building that serves the Junior School (Grades 1 to 7) and one with a modern facility that houses the Senior School (Grades 8 to 12). Total enrollment is 1150, of which 120 are boarding students from over 17 countries worldwide. Students gain entry to the most competitive programs and universities worldwide, and alumni go on to make many valuable contributions to their communities and the larger world.



St. George's Secondary School

4175 West 29th Avenue

Crofton House School

3200 West 41st Avenue

All-girls' schools offer the only educational environment that unabashedly and unapologetically makes the education, advancement, and achievement of girls its first priority. They have an exceptional teaching faculty, who understand the learning needs of girls and believe wholeheartedly in the concepts of 21st century learning and "educating girls for life.

The new senior school is the latest development of the campus. The facilities along with such a committed faculty allow them to achieve the mission to "foster self-confidence, resilience, and creativity to enable each student to reach her unique potential". Veteran teachers work alongside newer teachers, both embracing the latest technology such as tablets and SMART boards. The Junior School teachers are attuned to the unique learning needs of the younger student, while the Senior School teachers are subject specialists -- all are dedicated to preparing each girl to take a responsible role in society and to enjoy a lifelong enthusiasm for learning.



Marineview Preschool
4000 West 41st Avenue

Marineview Preschool is located within Marineview Chapel at 4000 West 41st Avenue and Crown Street. Serving the community since 1974, Marineview Preschool is a non-profit, licensed facility. The caring, nurturing staff are all Licensed Certified Early Childhood Educators, with valid First Aid certificates and Criminal Record checks. The centre is overseen by a committee consisting of members from Marineview Chapel, parent representatives and the teachers of the Preschool.