Our diverse programs include elementary, middle and secondary neighbourhood schools as well as alternate and distance learning programs.
For more information visit Chilliwack School District’s website or call 604-792-1321.
Support for pregnant and parenting youth ages 15-19 to help them graduate from high school and parent successfully. Includes individualized programs, career and personal counselling, academic support, family management and life skills and links to other community services and programs.
Contact the School District #33 Education Centre at 604-792-9277 Ext 228 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternative school for youth on probation. Program includes individualized academic instruction, recreation, and life skill development. By referral only through Youth Probation, SD#33, or through Youth Services. Funded by MCFD in partnership with School District 33.
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 10:00am-12:00pm. For youth and young adults to receive continuous support as they transition from adolescence to adulthood. The program serves a hot breakfast while discussing topics such as financial literacy, housekeeping, tenant behavior, employment skills, resume building, health and hygiene, and healthy relationships. Open referral, 7 days a week.
For grades 5-12, YLD is a safe, fun, comfortable environment where you can build self esteem, lifelong friendships & develop strong leadership skills. Activities include team building, social events, volunteer opportunities, fundraising & Youth Conference weekend. Registration required.
Provides support to vulnerable youth ages 13 to 18 through life skills training, anger management groups, employment preparation, housing advocacy, mentorship, referrals to addiction and mental health services. Offers drop in services including access to Food Bank Hampers, free clothing, toiletries, shower and laundry facilities. Provides direct, one to one, support and services to youth living in The Village Youth Residential Program, including planning for transition to independent living. Funded by MCFD.