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Welcome to Mission Public Schools

Mission Public Schools is dedicated to inspiring a passion for learning and developing the attitudes, skills and knowledge that will enable all students to maximize their potential as positive, responsible participants in our democratic society and the global community. Located in the beautiful Fraser Valley near Vancouver, we are a public school district in the province of British Columbia, Canada, offering Kindergarten to Grade 12 through classroom, home and virtual education programs.

See directions and a map of the area.


(New) 2016 Non-Instructional Days

Due to changes in the new curriculum the following two dates have been added:

  • February 22, 2016
  • May 2, 2016

  •    DISCOVER A NEW WAY for your child to learn French:

    This is not a French Immersion program but rather an alternative language acquisition program for those students interested in building their French language skills more rapidly.

    In Today’s World Bilingualism is an Asset!
    • Don’t miss your chance; space is limited! Registration will begin
      on Wednesday, February 17th for students entering Grade Six in  
      September, 2016. The program takes place at Windebank Elementary School.
    • Intensive Core French is part of the Mission Public Schools system.
    • Parents do not need knowledge or background in French language.
    • There is no cost to participate.
    • Learning French as a second language opens many great opportunities such as
       traveling, public speaking, French entertainers and much more.
    • Improves the ability to learn further languages.

    For more information about the Intensive Core French Program, you are welcome to attend our Parents Information Night.

    Tuesday, February 16th, 2016
    Windebank Elementary School
    33570-11th Avenue,
    Mission, BC

    Time: 6:30 pm in the library

     Or visit: www.mpsd.ca

    email Ghislain Michaud
    District French Coordinator, Mission Public Schools


    Please see this link to the proposed new French Immersion Boundary Catchments map.

    The following recommendation will be brought to the Public Board meeting on January 19th for Board approval:

    THAT the Board of Education adopt the Superintendent of Schools recommendation to implement the attached Elementary French Immersion school catchment boundaries for Ecole Christine Morrison and Ecole Mission Central for the 2016-2017 school year ensuring the Board's education goals and guiding principles for the two dual-track schools are also met.

    Presently, it is suggested you register your children as you normally would in your school catchment area.

    If the proposed French Immersion catchment boundaries are approved, the following list will be your French Immersion catchment school:

    WEST – Ecole Christine Morrison

    - Cherry Hill

    - West Heights

    - Silverdale

    EAST – Ecole Mission Central

    - Albert McMahon

    - Windebank

    - Hatzic

    - Dewdney

    - Deroche

    Communities in Bloom School Program

    The School District was presented with a plaque in recognition of its efforts for the participation in the Communities in Bloom School Program

    At the November 3, 2015 Education Committee, the School District was presented with a plaque in recognition of its efforts for the participation in the Communities in Bloom School Program. The presentation was made by Bill Elliot, Bert the Moleman and Kerry Bysouth to Bill Fletcher, Superintendent of Schools and Tracy Loffler, Chairperson of the Education Committee.

    Football Comes to Hatzic Middle School and Heritage Park Middle School

    Mission Roadrunners Football

    For the past eleven years the Mission Roadrunner Football team has worked hard to establish itself as one of the perennial contenders for the AA championships. During that time the program has earned four provincial championships at various levels and three other appearances in the final game. These results were achieved due to the efforts of the athletes, coaches and parents. With the creation of two middle schools in 2015, it is the opportune time to introduce football programs at Hatzic and Heritage Park Middle Schools. These programs will be open to all students who will be in grades 7 or 8 in September. Grade 9 students will have the option of playing at their Middle School or for the Mission junior varsity team.

    With your help, we can start new traditions at our Middle Schools and continue the program that was established 11 years ago at Mission Secondary. For more information, please pick up a brochure at your child's school office and return the completed registration forms to the school they will be attending in September.

    Registering prior to the end of this school year would be appreciated as it would allow us to order the necessary equipment in time.

    Football Registration Brochure

    Bus Transportation Registration for 2015 - 16

    Families are advised that registration of students for bus transportation for the 2015-16 school year will run from May 4th through June 30th, 2015. In order to ride a district school bus, all new and returning riders must complete a registration form each year.

    Please click here to access the bus registration page.

    2016-17 Kindergarten Registration

    Information regarding Kindergarten Registration for Neighbourhood Schools & Programs / Schools of Choice can be found here.