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St. George’s School is situated on the unceded traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) First Nation.

Our two campuses are both found in Vancouver’s Dunbar neighbourhood on West 29th Avenue.

The Junior School campus and its iconic granite building are steps from Dunbar Street. The building features two gymnasiums, a Makerspace/library, and a beautiful chapel with stained-glass windows that has become the home of our new Kindergarten program. Situated on the grounds outside the building are sports fields, outdoor sports courts, a playground, and Harker Hall: home to the School’s boarding students.

Just down the road is the Senior School campus, which is home to McLean Hall, the Learning Commons library space, the auditorium, and the Great Hall. Athletics facilities include sports fields, gymnasiums, a swimming pool, and a weight room. The School’s hockey teams are based at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre through a partnership with the University of British Columbia.

Supported by donations to the ONE+ Campaign, an extraordinary new Senior School campus is taking shape at the corner of West 29th Avenue and Camosun Street. Excavation and site preparation began in 2021, and the project has an anticipated completion date during the 2023–24 academic year.

Inspired by our compelling vision of boy-centred learning, the three new state-of-the-art buildings will feature flexible spaces to allow for incredible teaching. The classrooms will be filled with light and fresh air. Art studios, science labs, casual meeting spaces, and a new learning commons are just a few of the features of the two new academic buildings. The Great Hall will provide a place for our community to meet together for special events like graduation, as well as serving as a dining space for students every day. Reminiscent of a university campus, these new spaces will enable each boy to learn in the way that is best for him.

Filming at St. George's

The two scenic campuses at St. George's School offer diverse locations for film, television, and commercial productions. We are happy to make our facilities available for filming with the understanding that school programs will not be disrupted. For more information please contact Melissa Howie at mhowie@stgeorges.bc.ca or call at 604.221.3887
St. George’s School acknowledges that we are situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Musqueam First Nation.

Contributions to St. George's School Foundation are eligible for tax receipts as prescribed by Canadian law. St. George's School Foundation's Charitable Registration Number is: 11917-5511 RR0001.
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