On Monday, Feb. 2nd Day 1 Block Rotations come into effect for the remainder of the school year (2, 1, 4, 3).
On Tuesday, Feb. 3rd Day 2 Block Rotations come into effect for the remainder of the school year (2, 1, 4, 3).
On Wednesday, Feb. 4th PAC will meet at 7:00 pm in Room 304.
Britannia's annual Science Fair will be held in the Cafeteria from 2 - 5 pm on Thursday, Feb. 5th.
Family Day is on Monday, Feb. 9th. Classes are not in session.
Tuesday, Feb. 10th is a non-instructional day. Classes are not in session.
Wednesday, Feb. 11th is a BIP Day. The first class of the morning starts at 9:45 am.
On Friday, Feb. 13th the Lion Dance is coming to Britannia!
Thursday, Feb. 19th is a non-instructional day. Classes are not in session.
Our school’s Code of Conduct outlines the reasons why we have expectations of student behavior at Britannia, what these expectations are, and what the consequences may be for behaviors that violate the code. Click here to read the Britannia Code of Conduct (pdf).
Parents/caregivers are invited to attend an evening event to hear from professionals and youth about how Anxiety, Hyper-sexualisation, Technology and Brain Development play a role in shaping the world of teens. Details:
Britannia's Business Education students competed in the Junior Achievement Innovation Jam 2015, on January 19, 2015 at the Coast Coal Harbour Hotel in downtown Vancouver.
Teams of six from each participating school were led through a fast-paced process of developing and pitching an innovative business idea to a panel of successful entrepreneurs and business leaders.
We need your help! Calling all students, family members, friends, and alumni of Britannia! The People's Choice Distinction Award is determined by the number of "likes" received, so when you view the video pitch, please like us! Let's show everyone why Britannia has the best school spirit in the province!
This is a reminder to all parents and students that there will be no classes on Tuesday, February 10th because of a professional day that was added to the Britannia Secondary School Calendar to replace the professional day that was cancelled in September.
You are invited to attend the VSB sponsored Career Ed Camp, an information session that will be held at Charles Tupper Secondary School on Wednesday, February 18th from 7:00 - 8:15 pm. Please open this brochure (pdf) to get more details about this opportunity.
Completing the Grad Transitions booklet is a requirement for graduation in British Columbia. In other words, if it is not completed, you will not graduate! All Grade 12 students should have received a hard copy of this booklet in October. Pages 5 - 14 are due on or before Thursday, December 18th. Please hand in your completed and stapled pages in the basket labelled Grad Transitions in the main office. The second part of the Grad Transitions booklet is due on Friday, March 6th. You are required to complete pages 1 - 4 (the yellow pages in your hard copy) and staple them and turn them in to the main office on or before this date.
The Grad Transitions booklet is also available for downloading on this website as a pdf document.
A new scholarship listing (pdf) is available on the Britannia Website. It is a listing of Canadian scholarship opportunities, including their descriptions and criteria. These scholarships are sponsored by external organizations. If you are serious about finding funds for your education go through the listings, select the scholarships you meet the requirements for and start preparing the applications today!
Important information for Grade 12's about scholarships, bursaries, grants, post-secondary institutions and much more is availalbe in the Career Centre section of the Britannia Website. Keep checking back because the Career Centre information is frequently updated.
Britannia Secondary and the Streetfront Alternative program are planning an epic event that is show-casing public education: We intend to hike 18 of our most resilient students to the top of Kilimanjaro Mountain! Of course our goal is bigger than reaching Uhuru Peak on Kilimanjaro- it is ultimately about changing the way inner-city youth see themselves and see our community; it is about dreaming big and believing in a broader community of care, whatever our life circumstances. And it’s also all about the amazing opportunities that are available in our Public Education system and the incredible people that make it happen. Check our website Street2Peak.com and perhaps make a donation.
Are you thinking about your future. Continue to read the Career Centre Bulletins and all of the other extremely helpful information that is regularly posted to the Career Centre section of the Britannia website.
Click here to open a pdf that contains the details of standardized school fees. Some of these fees are program specific and others apply to all students attending Britannia Secondary School
back to your community. Meet new people, learn new skills
and have valuable things
to include on your resume. Please get in touch with Mawi Bagon, Coordinator, Volunteer Program Britannia Community
Services Centre 1661 Napier St. Vancouver BC V5L 4X4 to
learn how you can get involved in giving back.