Aspengrove School

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Aspengrove School
7660 Clark Drive
Lantzville, British Columbia, V0R 2H0
Coordinates 49°14′11″N 124°03′50″W / 49.2365°N 124.064°W / 49.2365; -124.064Coordinates: 49°14′11″N 124°03′50″W / 49.2365°N 124.064°W / 49.2365; -124.064
School type Independent, secondary
Founded 2003
Principal Jo-Anne Kingstone[1]
Vice Principal David Hutchison
Sarah Marshall
Susan Riordan
Grades K-12
Language English, French, Spanish, Chinese
Colour(s) Gold & Burgundy

Aspengrove School is a pre- - high school in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. The school is an independent, non-denominational, co-educational, and university-preparatory school. Aspengrove has three houses: Oak, Cedar, and Arbutus.

Aspengrove School


Aspengrove School was founded in 2003 and was originally located at 6553 Portsmouth Road in Nanaimo. At the time of its grand opening 42 students and 8 faculty occupied the 1-acre (4,000 m2) lot.The first principal was Cathy Grunlund. Over the summer of 2006 the school relocated and currently operates on a 40-acre (160,000 m2) parcel. There are approximately 310 enrolled students and 50 faculty offering instruction from Jr. Kindergarten for 3-year-olds to Grade 12. The school is accredited as an International Baccalaureate World School[2] and offers the IB Primary Years , IB Middle Years and IB Diploma programme and received a 10 out of 10 by the IB Organization (IBO) in 2011. Aspengrove is currently 14 years old.


Aspengrove School has many events, like the trips to Tribune Bay, Strathcona or Bamfield. There are many open houses and field trips for all ages.


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