Kelowna and the surrounding area’s schools consist of 30 elementary schools, (six with French immersion), six middle and five secondary schools. These schools all fall under School District #23.
University of British Columbia’s Okanagan Campus
UBC Okanagan currently has a student body of over 7,500 students, and offers the internationally respected UBC degree and a wide variety of undergraduate programs, graduate programs and continuing studies, such as: English, Education, Nursing, Engineering, and many more. With a continuously expanding campus, UBCO is rich with on-campus variety for its students, and is easily accessible via public transit.
The Okanagan College is renowned for offering many post-secondary education programs, such as: Continuing Education, Associate of Arts Degree Programs, many Trades programs, Audio Engineering, University studies, and many more. Located in the Mission are of Kelowna, the Okanagan College’s developing campus is easily accessible by public transit.
Centre for Art and Technology
A digital arts school, the Centre for Arts and Technology (or, CATO, as it is widely known) offers Certificate and Diploma Programs for Arts and Technology, Digital Entertainment, Graphic and Web Design, and much more.
Sprott Shaw Community College
This long-established institution offers training for career choices such as Practical Nursing (PN/LPN), Early Childhood Education (ECE), Business Administration, Payroll Administrator, Community Support Worker (CSW) and more.