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West Vancouver, BC V7V 4C4
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  • Last Day of School Wednesday June 29th - Early Dismissal at 1:30!

    ​Have a fantastic summer everyone!

Notre mission: est d'inspirer les élèves à atteindre leur potentiel intellectuel, physique, artistique et social par le biais d'un environnement bilingue qui éduque et motive les élèves tout en incluant l'importance de la culture francophone.
Our mission: is to inspire students to achieve their intellectual, physical, artistic and social potential through a bilingual environment that nurtures and motivates students while embracing the importance of the francophone culture.

Jun 28, 2016

Farewell Message to our Grade 7 Graduates from Mme Trudeau

Posted by Chantal Trudeau

When I arrived at PJ, you were in Grade 4. It has been a privilege to see you grow as learners, acquire knowledge and develop skills in all areas of the curriculum.

Last week when I read Chris Kennedy’s message about the amazing achievement of our classes of 2016 graduating from our three West Vancouver secondary schools, I reflected on what made those students so successful. Their performance and abilities have allowed them to get accepted in excellent universities all over the province, the county, and beyond. They didn’t just learn what they need to be successful in Grade 12. They started learning the foundational skills and attitudes required when they started Kindergarten. Play with others, use your words, develop your independence.

Mar 11, 2016

What did learning look like in term 2 at PJ?

Posted by Chantal Trudeau
Feb 26, 2016

"What Does Pink Shirt Day Mean to Me?" A blog series by Grade 6 and 7 students

Posted by Chantal Trudeau

​Here we have it, the last instalment in the blog series on Pink Shirt Day, from Samia Trottier, a Grade 7 student in Division 6!

The simple fact that this event started almos ten years ago and is still happening now shows how much this day means to everybody and how much it makes a change. There are so many cases of bullying around the world and if two teenage guys stood up for a bullied boy and it created an international anti-bullying symbol, imagine what would happen if everybody stood up for kids in their school.