Combining an outdoor and environmental perspective into our overall approach

Welcome to Evergreen!

Evergreen Independent School is a caring and respectful community which provides a balanced education primarily for students from the Cowichan Valley, combining academic excellence and individual development, and ensuring that all students are safe, accepted, and respected.​​

4 Day

School Week

We are pleased to be offering a 4-day school week for our Kindergartens to Grade 7 students.

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From camping, skiing, swimming, skating and lots in between, Evergreen's yearly school events are something to get excited about!

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Meet our amazing staff members and read why they love being Evergreeners

The community pavilion was designed as a multi- use, accessible space, perfect for all types of private and community events.  Designed by a local timber framer, milled in Shawnigan Lake from Vancouver Island sustainably forested trees and constructed by a local timber framing company.

 

You may rent the pavilion to ensure that the space will be reserved just for you.

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Forest

Fantastic school! Small class sizes, extra resources for kids like mine that need them, and the teachers really care! Couldn't have asked for a better place for my kids to go to school.

Warren

Forest

A very responsive, down to earth school with great partnerships with parents, lots of time outdoors, and small class sizes.

Danielle

Forest

The school takes a caring approach to each child on a daily basis. I feel so grateful that our family found this inclusive community to become a part of!

Kristy

We would like to thank the Duncan Dabbers for their support which will provide an enriched curriculum for Evergreen students.

Thank you Duncan Dabbers

Evergreen Independent School gratefully acknowledges the privilege of living, learning and playing on the traditional lands and waterways of the Coast Salish peoples. We strive to build and model respectful relationships with those who have long been the caretakers of this beautiful land.