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Welcome, we are SD46

SD46 A Family Growing


What School District 46 - Sunshine Coast


We acknowledge with respect the unceded and traditional lands and waters of the Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw (Nation) and the shíshálh Nation where we gather, learn, and collaborate with one another. 


Vision: We are a community engaged in lifelong learning and educational excellence.


Mission: We support and inspire each student to experience joy and fulfillment in realizing their potential as a knowledgeable, confident, and contributing citizen in the global community.


Affirmation: The Board of School District 46 affirms its commitment to Indigenous Peoples and Reconciliation by building relationships and deepening understanding of Indigenous history, worldviews, and ways of knowing.


School District 46 – Sunshine Coast provides public education to over 3,400 students supported by 600 dedicated staff in the beautiful coastal communities of the Sunshine Coast, from Earls Cove to Port Mellon, including Langdale, Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Davis Bay, Sechelt, West Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Madeira Park, Pender Harbour and Egmont…  

The Sunshine Coast of British Columbia is located 30 kilometres northwest of Vancouver and stretches 96 kilometres along the picturesque shores of the Salish Sea. Reached by a 40-minute ferry ride across Howe Sound from Horseshoe Bay, the Coast offers a wide range of recreational and educational opportunities for students and their families.


SD46 is dedicated to creating a safe, caring and healthy learning and working environment that is inclusive of the diversity of our entire learning community. The district is focused through its strategic plan on providing meaningful learning opportunities for all students and staff and in partnership with families, First Nations, community agencies, and associations.


SD46 has nine elementary schools, four secondary schools, and a wide range of innovative programs including prenatal and early education supports, a K-7 nature based learning program, alternative education, online learning programs, and Indigenous learning and support programs. A wide variety of extra-curricular activities complete the comprehensive student experience. To learn more about SD46’s commitment to enhancing student learning, please click here.

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