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About our District

School District No. 67 (Okanagan-Skaha) is located in the South Okanagan region of British Columbia Canada. Located between Okanagan Lake and Skaha Lake, the region provides for hot summers and dry winters. Year-round recreational activities are available in this region. Located about a 4 hour drive east of Vancouver, School District No. 67 services the areas of Penticton, Kaleden, Summerland and Naramata. 
The region itself is varied geographically and offers breathtaking scenery with its rolling hillsides, mountains, and lake views. The Okanagan is well known for its orchards, providing cherries to apples to peaches. To the east and west, mountains form the backdrop while the valley between the ranges is nestled between two warm lakes. The District is fortunate to be able to live, learn and do our work on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Okanagan (Syilx) People. To learn more about our Indigenous Education programs, please click here
School District No. 67 is home to 11 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, 3 secondary schools and 1 alternative learning site. The District serves over 5,500 students and employs approximately 875 staff. 

Board of Education

The Board of Education of School District No. 67 (Okanagan Skaha) is composed of seven trustees, representing all regions of our large district. As a Board, they are responsible to the communities and to the Provincial Government for providing educational services throughout the district. The schools’ principals and vice-principals are responsible for planning and implementing school programs suitable to the needs of their communities. To learn more about our Board Members, please click here.

Mission, Vision & Values


Mission: Empowering all learners to thrive


Vision: Cultivating conditions for powerful learning, where every learner feels valued and inspired to contribute to an equitable and sustainable society.


Values: We value kindness and seek to build strong relationships.

             We are all learners

             We are collaborative

             We are inclusive

             We support sustainable practices

             We honour the land and seek to learn from local Indigenous culture