At Home in the World

Our school feels like home. We foster a deep sense of belonging and caring for others. Our students learn to build community wherever they go in life.

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Contributions Large and Small

We teach students how to make a difference in the lives of others. From opening a door for a classmate to supporting a new school overseas, contributions large and small are at the heart of who we are.

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Courage Nurtured Here

Challenge brings out the best in all of us. We cultivate courage through rigorous demands in the classroom and transformational experiences outside of it.

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Speak with Confidence, Listen with Compassion

Practice makes perfect. Our students gain the confidence to express themselves, while learning to listen with an open heart.

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Do the Right Thing

True character is expressed in action. We foster the inner strength needed to think for oneself, act with integrity, and bounce back from adversity. Strength of character enables our students to do the right thing for themselves and others.

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News And


Friday, November 13th, 15 swimmers travelled to Kamloops to participate in the BC High School Swimming Provincial Championships.
The grade 7 girls "A" volleyball team travelled to Crofton House last week to participate in the ISEA volleyball championships. The girls had an amazing season and finished with a league record of 6-1 and season record of 14-2 and were ranked #1 going into the championships. In the first game, they suffered a tough loss against Stratford Hall by scores of 21-25, 25-15, 14-15.
The Grade 7 Girls "A" Volleyball team travelled to St. John's School to participate in the "Dig It" volleyball tournament on the week end. The tournament had 7 teams from across the ISEA and was a round robin format. The girls went 7-0 in the matches defeating Southpointe Academy
Multiple teams of Southridge media students were recognized in front of their peers from around the province on Saturday, April 25, at the B.C. Student Film Festival awards gala at the Rio Theatre in Vancouver. The awards, adjudicated by industry professionals, recognize the top high school films in British Columbia.


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Southridge School

2656 160th Street
Surrey, British Columbia V3Z 0B7
604.535.5056 MAIN
604.535.3676 FAX 

About Southridge

Southridge develops well-rounded students with a deep sense of personal integrity who have the moral character, love of learning and self-confidence to realize their full potential in a post-secondary environment and in society at large.

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