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Shawnigan Lake

Our secondary campus is in Shawnigan Lake located between Victoria and Duncan.

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Our Grounds

As you travel through the winding country roads which will lead you to a quiet picturesque lakeside community of Shawnigan Lake, it’s here that you’ll find our early learning facility, located at 2180 Shawnigan Lake Rd, where our children have the pleasure of learning in such a peaceful and harmonious environment.

Our Shawnigan Lake campus opens its doors at 7:30am for our before school program. Our elementary school and preschool programs operate from 9:00am to 3:00pm. We also offer an afterschool program that runs from 3:00pm to 5:00pm.

 

Phone: (250)743-0240
Email: shawniganimac@gmail.com

Our Classrooms

At our private school, classrooms have been specifically designed to foster each child's independence and encourage them to follow their interests. With small class sizes, our educators are able to provide regular one-on-one lesson time with every child, in addition to group and individual work.

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Our Materials

Montessori materials encourage self-directed and hands-on learning. A wide variety of materials that support math, science, literacy, creativity, and collaborative play are available to our students. These tools allow each child to explore and discover their interests so that they may grow.

We are an uninvited guest of  Quw'utsun mustimuuhw' (Quw'utsun people) in their stolen and occupied homeland.  Hul'q'uminum'-speaking nations who have governed and cared for their territories since time uncounted range from Snaw-Naw-As First Nation ("Nanoose Bay") and Snuneymuxw First Nation ("Nanaimo") in the north to Malahat First Nation in the south. Five nations (Cowichan TribesHalalt First NationTs'uubaa-asatx First NationLyackson First Nation, and Penelakut Tribe), forming the Hul'q'umi'num' Treaty Group, have engaged with colonial governments over many years, determined to repatriate-rematriate and protect some of the lands taken by our society.

Shquw’utsun is the real name for “Cowichan”.

Huy Tsaap qu’...Thank you all

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