Since opening its doors in 1898, Crofton House School has built a solid reputation as a progressive and inspiring learning environment for young women and has become the leading independent girls' day school in British Columbia. Our school founder, Dr. Jessie Gordon, was an educational pioneer with a dream. She envisioned an all-girls' school where young women would have dynamic and stimulating surroundings in which to learn and build a solid foundation to meet life's challenges.
Dr. Gordon's vision is still vital today, as generations of young women continue to excel through the support of a close-knit school community that unites students, faculty, and parents. At the heart of our curriculum is a philosophy that combines the traditional Crofton House values of courage, creativity, and citizenship with modern learning methods.
Students are engaged in their education through first-class teaching facilities and resources, our ten-acre wooded campus, cutting-edge technology, and a professional faculty that is committed to helping every girl achieve her full potential. We are proud of our past, we celebrate our present, and we look forward to a second century of educating young women.