THE ALTA LAKE SCHOOL>>
A non-profit independent school which follows a Waldorf curriculum from Pre-school to Grade 5. We are committed to providing purposeful education for children which fosters inner-strength through spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and physical growth. For info e-mail email@example.com or call 604-932-1885.
GLEN EDEN SCHOOL>>
Glen Eden is a non-profit independent school committed to maximizing the potential of youth with complex educational needs, from those who "learn differently" to athletes requiring flexibility. For info call Tama-Lynn at 604-905-8241 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
LÉCOLE LA PASSERELLE >>
French education is offered all day from Kindergarten to grade 7 to eligible children in the elementary level. The school is currently accepting registration for the 2004-05 school year. LÉcole La Passerelle has relocated to the Spring Creek Community School. The office is located downstairs. For info call 604-932-9602.
SOLTERRA SCHOOL SOCIETY>>
SolTerra School Society is a Pemberton-based, non-profit organization inspired by alternative education, dedicated to creating a learning space that fully engages children, parents and community. Call Sarinda at 604-894-5300.
WHISTLER ADULT LEARNING CENTRE>>
Designed for students who are returning to school. Students are able to acquire their high school diploma, improve previous marks or take specific courses to meet post-secondary requirements. Call 604-905-4654.
WHISTLER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LEARNING COMMUNITIES>>
Visit www.whistlerchamber.com under Learning Communities; see Current Learning Opps for more workshop descriptions.
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Upscale Executive Boardroom for your next meetings available. Call Mecki at 932-5922 x 12.
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