School District 64 is made up of the five island communities in the Southern Gulf Islands of British Columbia. The Gulf Islands enjoy Canada’s mildest climate with cool wet winters and warm dry summers. The area is home to large numbers of artists, trees, marine life and spectacular scenery.
The Gulf Islands School District has eleven schools, seven of which are on Salt Spring Island. The School Board office is located in Ganges, also on Salt Spring.
Just over 600 students attend Gulf Islands Secondary, the District’s largest school. The school houses a large International Education Program and the Gulf Islands School of Performing Arts. The other schools are smaller, one with as few as 6 to 12 students.
SD64 Framework for Enhancing Student Learning
The Framework for Enhancing Student Learning is available in PDF format.
Ministry Information about Student Assessment Changes for 2016/2017
Three documents from the Ministry of Education are available about graduation and assessment:
Superintendent’s Report on Student Achievement
The January 2015 report by Superintendent Lisa Halstead.
(District Commitment to Student Learning: 2014-2017)
The complete District Achievement Contract is available in PDF format.
For convenience, the District Goals are listed here:
All students are progressing toward greater competency in foundation skills.
All students experience a successful transition from school to their adult lives.
To pursue the goals of the Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement district-wide.