BC PROVINCIAL SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
The BC Provincial School for the Deaf is a Kindergarten to Grade 12 school in partnership with South Slope Elementary and Burnaby South Secondary schools. Working as a team, members of the BC Provincial School for the Deaf strive to develop the full learning potential and positive self identity of each student. Value is given to Deaf heritage and each student is encouraged to become a responsible, contributing member of the Deaf and hearing communities.
The BC Provincial School for the Deaf consists of:
the Elementary Program (K to Gr. 7) at South Slope Elementary (opened Sept 1992)
the Secondary Program (Gr 8 to 12) at Burnaby South Secondary (opened Feb 1993)
the Provincial Outreach Program: Deaf & Hard of Hearing which offers consultation to school districts throughout the province.
To attend the BC Provincial School for the Deaf, students must have a severe to profound hearing loss or a significant learning problem directly associated to hearing loss. Potential candidates are reviewed by the BC Deaf Education Committee (BCDEC). For more information Click Here.
During the summer there will be a package mailed to your homes in the month of August. This package will include the lunch program information, bell schedule, PD Day schedule, supply lists etc. You will also be contacted in August with the pickup and drop off schedule if your child is requiring transportation.
BCSD (K-12) PCC (Parents Consultative Committee) Minutes:
BCSD Parent Consultative Meeting Minutes Oct. 16, 2017
BCSC Parent Consultative Meeting Minutes May 16, 2017
PCC Meeting Minutes Feb 20 2017
New video for POPDHH with some of our students in it!
Click on the picture below to watch the video.