Best Schools in West Kelowna 2020-2021

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How to pick the Best Schools in West Kelowna BC

Are you Moving to West Kelowna? And you’re wondering where exactly you need to live, so you can make sure your kids attend the very best schools in West Kelowna.

Read on to learn all there is to know about the schools in West Kelowna. Get access to helpful school catchment maps and download your very own neighbourhood map that will allow you to get to know West Kelowna a little better.

Before we get started, I thought it would be helpful if we went over a few questions you maybe want to think about when choosing the ideal location for your child’s school in West Kelowna.

Questions to ask yourself!

  • Do you want your child to go to a school within walking distance of your home?
  • Can your child’s talents be nurtured outside your neighbourhood?
  • How far are you willing to have your child bused?
  • How far are you willing to drive your child to school?
  • Does your child want to be in a school with their friends?
  • Do you want your child to go to a school near your after-school care? Near where you work? Near a close relative?
  • Does your child have any special transportation needs that must be considered in choosing a school?

Using the map below, you can apply filters to reveal or hide all of the elementary, middle and high schools.

So here is an overview of the various schools you’ll find living in West Kelowna. As of right now, there are 33 pre-schools, eight elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school

You can also download a helpful reference map showing all of the locations of the seven different neighbourhoods in West Kelowna, and after you are done reading this post open up our explore page and start getting to know West Kelowna even better.

If you’re having trouble when it comes to selecting the best schools in West Kelowna, or anything at all, just reach out to me, I’ve spent the last month writing, researching and learning all about the schools in West Kelowna, and I’d love nothing more than to answer your questions.


Download your West Kelowna School Catchment Map Below

West Kelowna Elementary School Catchments

West Kelowna Middle School Catchments

West Kelowna High School Catchments

West Kelowna French Immersion Elementary School Catchments

West Kelowna French Immersion Middle School Catchments

Video on the Best Schools in West Kelowna

Below is a list of the best schools in West Kelowna, broken down by neighbourhood

Glenrosa
Helen Gorman Elementary (K-5) and Glenrosa Elementary (K-5)
Glenrosa Middle (6-9)
Mount Boucherie Secondary (9-12)

Lakeview Heights
Chief Tomat Elementary (K-5) and Hudson Road Elementary (K-5)
Constable Neil Bruce Middle (6-8)
Mount Boucherie Secondary (9-12)

Shannon Lake
Shannon Lake Elementary (K-5)
Mar Jok Elementary (K-5)
Constable Neil Bruce Middle (6-8)
Mount Boucherie Secondary (9-12)

Smith Creek
George Pringle Elementary (K-5)
Glenrosa Middle (K-5)
Mount Boucherie Secondary (9-12)

Westbank Centre
George Pringle Elementary (K-5) and Chief Tomat Elementary (K-5)
Glenrosa Middle (6-9) and Constable Neil Bruce (6-8)
Mount Boucherie Secondary (9-12)

West Kelowna Estates
Mar Jok Elementary (K-5)
Rose Valley Elementary (K-5)
Constable Neil Bruce (6-8)
Mount Boucherie Secondary (9-12)

Westside Road
Mar Jok Elementary (K-5)
Constable Neil Bruce (6-8)
Mount Boucherie Secondary (9-12)

All of the neighbourhoods in West Kelowna funnel into Mount Boucherie Secondary (9-12).

All of the neighbourhoods in West Kelowna share the same catchment area for French Immersion that George Pringle Elementary, Glenrosa Middle provide.

All of this School information was provided by the Central Okanagan School District 23

If you have any questions about the schools in West Kelowna, the neighbourhoods or need help with your next move, give me a call, send me a text or email, and let’s get a conversation started.

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