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Ensure you get your child into our exciting and educational summer camp days. They’ll have a variety of activities happening throughout the summer, like beaches, field trips, arts & crafts, sports, parks, talent shows, theme days and games!
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Our Junior Kindergarten program provides a strong foundation for young learners, focusing on developing literacy and numeracy skills and fostering creativity and a love of learning. Find out more!
Kindergarten to Grade 8
Our school offers a comprehensive curriculum that promotes academic excellence while nurturing your child’s social, emotional, and spiritual growth. Our dedicated teachers work closely with each student to develop their individual strengths and abilities, ensuring that they receive a well-rounded education that prepares them for success in high school and beyond. Find out more!
Junior Kindergarten – Teacher on Call
Cathedral School seeks dedicated and enthusiastic Junior Kindergarten teachers to become valued members of our school community, available on call.
Warm, engaging, and supportive individuals with a passion for teaching and learning will find themselves a good fit in our school. We offer competitive wages and a fun and friendly work environment. CCCS is an Independent Anglican school for students from Junior Kindergarten to grade eight. View the description here.
Memorial Hall is turning 100!
Established in 1989, Cathedral School took root in the Memorial Hall at 912 Vancouver Street, on Victoria’s Christ Church Cathedral property. The building has served many purposes for the Cathedral over nearly a century of use.
The Memorial Hall was built as a memorial to those who had fallen in World War I. The auditorium was a memorial to Bishop George Hills, the first Anglican Bishop of British Columbia. Ground was broken, and the building’s cornerstone was laid on October 1, 1923.
Christ Church Cathedral School, the building’s current tenant, is considering several ways to recognize the milestone. The first is to celebrate the centennial on June 12, 2023, with the faculty, student body, and other dignitaries. Plans are underway to host a 1920s-themed fundraising event on October 21, 2023, tentatively, with the school’s parents, alums, and supporters. Christ Church Cathedral is also making plans to mark the anniversary of the Memorial Hall opening.
Stuart Hall, the Cathedral School’s current Head of School, reminisces, “This important heritage building has been a wonderful home for our school. We have taken care of it with upgrades over the past few decades, such as new washrooms, an office area, resized classrooms, and seismic upgrades with the help of the Cathedral Parish. In turn, Memorial Hall has taken very good care of us, providing a hub for our school community and a welcoming environment for staff, students, and parents. Memorial Hall has always played an important role in the life of our city, serving as a meeting space for many social clubs, Sunday School classes, and even a preschool while memorializing those Victorians who made the ultimate sacrifice during the First World War.”
Other plans are being considered in the Fall of 2023 that will be more extensive and community focused.
“Memorial Hall has been an important part of the life of Christ Church Cathedral since the very beginning. The Cathedral looks forward to celebrating the centennial of the hall with the school and the wider community,” stated The Reverend Canon Jeannine Friesen, Priest in Charge of the Cathedral.
Designed by John Charles Malcolm Keith, the architect of the adjoining Cathedral, and completed before construction of the Cathedral began, the Memorial Hall was intended for use as a church hall. Originally designed to connect to the Cathedral via a small structure on the west end (never built), the Memorial Hall included an auditorium, Sunday school classrooms, a workroom, a guild room, a recreation hall, and an office for the bishop for the Diocese of BC.
erase = expect respect & a safe education
erase is all about building safe and caring school communities. This includes empowering students, parents, educators and community partners who support them to get help with challenges, report concerns to schools, and learn about complex issues facing students. Learn more!
Bursaries are available for 2023-2024 year!
We offer financial support through a bursary to families who would otherwise find it impossible to attend our school. Learn more here and apply!
Explore our Strings program!
Our halls are filled with the sound of music! Book a tour today to learn more! Learn more here and apply!
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The chorister program is a partnership between the Christ Church Cathedral and the Cathedral School. It is modelled on similar programs in the UK, which have successfully enriched young people’s lives for hundreds of years. Learn more about it here.
Summer Saxophone Camp
July 17-21. Learn more about it here.