School Directory of Vancouver School Board

Each Vancouver school belongs to a family of schools including a secondary school and the elementary schools & annexes that feed into the secondary.

Please click on an individual school’s icon to display its profile information. Or, to view the directory listing of all schools, select the School Directory tab above.

Notice about 2018-19 French Immersion kindergarten application
For those families interested in applying for a French Immersion kindergarten placement for 2018-2019 school year only, please be advised that the District has removed Priority Registration Zones (French Immersion catchments).  This means that parents can choose to apply to any of the 13 VSB elementary schools offering French Immersion (maximum 3 choices per student). Applications are made online.


Submit Your Declaration For Empty Homes Tax By — February 2, 2018

Every owner of residential property in Vancouver is required to submit a property status declaration each year to determine if their property is subject to the tax.

Properties deemed empty will be subject to a tax of 1% of the property’s assessed taxable value.

Most homes will not be subject to the tax, as it does not apply to principal residences or homes rented for at least six months of the year; however all homeowners are required to submit a declaration.

Net revenues from the Empty Homes Tax will be reinvested into affordable housing initiatives.

Does the Empty Homes Tax apply to you?

This questionnaire is for informational purposes only. It is not intended as advice or a determination of whether your property will be subject to the Empty Homes Tax, also known as the Vacancy Tax. If there is any discrepancy between the information provided here and the provisions of the Vacancy Tax Bylaw  (183 KB), the latter will prevail.

Questions about the Empty Homes Tax?

Read our FAQ

BC Home Sales Above 100,000 for Third Consecutive Year

Vancouver, BC – January, 2017. The British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) reports that a total of 103,763 residential unit sales were recorded by the Multiple Listing Service® (MLS®) across the province in 2017, a decline of 7.5 per cent from a record 112,211 unit sales in 2016. The average MLS® residential price in BC was $709,579 in 2017, up 2.7 per cent from the previous year. Total sales dollar volume was $73.63 billion, down 5.1 per cent from 2016.

“Robust housing demand in 2017 was underpinned by a strong economy, employment growth and rising wages,” said Cameron Muir, BCREA Chief Economist. “Above trend migration, both international and interprovincial, also bolstered housing demand, while broader demographic fundamentals added fuel to condominium sales in urban centres and to all home types in retirement-oriented communities.”

The BC housing market ended the year with a strong December. Home sales increased 4 per cent from November, on a seasonally adjusted basis. However, the year-end results were likely pushed higher by some homebuyers advancing their purchases to avoid tougher mortgage qualification rules in the new year.
In December, a total of 5,738 residential unit sales were recorded by the MLS® across the province, an increase of 21.5 per cent from the same period last year. Total sales dollar volume was $4.2 billion, up 36.3 per cent from December 2016. The average MLS® residential price in the province was $734,108, up 12.1 per cent from the same month last year.

For more information, please contact: Gino Pezzani.

Housing Stats Report In Different Regions in Great Vancouver

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2017 Year In Review Housing Market Update

REBGV President Jill Oudil provides a summary of the December 2017 and year in review housing market statistics.