East Vancouver Education Centre

East Vancouver Education Centre is a Vancouver special education and counselling program

  • Education
  • Youth
  • Youth 13 - 18

Available in Vancouver

We provide a unique school experience for youth in the Vancouver education catchment. Our program is a blended junior and senior program and provides a wide diversity of opportunities for educational growth including electives, work experience, recreational programming and experiential/hands on learning. We are a partnership program between Vancouver School Board, Pacific Community Resources Society, Ministry of Children and Family Development and Vancouver Coastal Health SMART fund.

Program Features

The academic program modifies coursework based on each student’s skill level. Recreation, art, as well as a breakfast and lunch program encourage attendance and participation, helping to further develop the students’ feelings of self-worth and belonging. We offer a work experience program for pre-employment experience and learning.

Program Details

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

Students aged 13 to 18 who are working on Grades 8 to 12.

LOCATIONS

  • Broadway Youth Resource Centre


    2455 Fraser Street
    Vancouver, BC

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

In addition to providing educational programming, the staff are dedicated to working individually with students to focus on their social, emotional and mental health needs. Students may integrate from Grade 8 and continue on until Grade 12 in the program through our junior and senior program. We support both Evergreen and Dogwood tracks for students.

THIS PROGRAM IS FUNDED BY

  • Vancouver School Board
  • Ministry of Children and Family Development | MCFD

Contact Information

Broadway Youth Resource Centre
2455 Fraser Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-709-5720
Email: byrc@pcrs.ca

How To Apply

Referrals from MCFD or Aboriginal delegated agency Social Worker or Probation Officer are emailed to MCFD Youth Services Community Liaison. Referrals are accepted on an ongoing basis and reviewed by a MCFD/VSB screening committee to determine eligibility, placement and priority.