Just minutes from the Kettle River, this centre hosts a variety of programs serving the needs of the local community.
The Grand Forks Learning Centre is located downtown, just off Highway 3 (Crowsnest Highway). We offer Community Education and Workplace Training (CEWT) programs and Academic Upgrading (formerly Adult Basic Education) courses. We do not currently offer diploma programs but there are opportunities to complete University Arts & Sciences distance courses that can be used towards diploma and university programs.
Medicine Pouch Making Workshop with Aboriginal Cultural Assistant Ann-Marie Smith
Come create a leather beaded medicine pouch, share some stories, snacks and cultural connections. Ann-Marie will be in Grand Forks at Selkirk College on November 17, 11 am - 2 pm
Ann-Marie recently led a talking stick activity at the Gathering Place anniversary celebration.
Campus Staff & Hours
Christine Carlson, Upper-level Math, Science and Computers
Sandy MacKelir, Science 10, Fundamental Math and English, English 12, Adult Special Education
Spencer Tracy, Intake Coordinator, Social Studies 11, Math 10, Educational Development and Career Planning (EDCP), English 11 and Communications 12
The campus hours are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Mon Tues Wed Thurs 8:45am – 4pm
Tuesday Night Class (Sandy) 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Wednesday Night Class (Christine) 6:30pm – 8:30pm (alternating)
Wednesday night class is only offered the first and third Wednesdays of the month
Friday Tutorial Hall (Spencer & Christine) 10am – 12:30pm
Spencer (first and third Friday). Christine (second and fourth Friday).
Upgrading classes runs from September 5th to December 21rd for the first semester and from January 9th to April 28th for the second semester.
Directions & General Learning Centre Contact Information
Physical Address 486 72nd Avenue, Grand Forks
Mailing Address PO Box 968, Grand Forks, British Columbia, V0H 1H0
Contact us by email
View the Campus Directions on Google Maps.
There is parking available at Learning Centre and on city streets.
Grand Forks is a picturesque community (population 4000) with beautiful tree-lined streets, historical heritage homes, a lively athletics spirit and charming rural culture. Located in Boundary Country near the Granby and Kettle Rivers, the rolling grassy mountains and agricultural lifestyle of this city are perfect for “getting back to the land,” discovering your inner “cowpoke” and exploring remarkable outdoor recreation. You'll love this community for horseback riding, sandy beaches and swimming holes, baseball, BMX & mountain biking, Ice skating, hockey & curling, skateboarding, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and fishing.