A resource centre and meeting place for current and potential students, our Kaslo centre is located downtown to serve the needs of the local community.
A few minutes off Highway 31 in the heart of a serene downtown core, you’ll find our Kaslo centre. We also offer programs like Continuing Education (CE) and Academic Upgrading formerly Adult Basic Education (ABE).
Upgrading Early-bird Registration
Scheduled throughout the summer:
Thursday, August 9th
Monday – Friday, August 20th – 31st
Whether you're heading to post-secondary classes for the first time or returning to school, you can take advantage of our Upgrading courses to get ready. All high school levels are available. Our classrooms are supportive and respectful, and our instructors are committed to your success.
Get in touch, and we will help you to reach your goals.
Contact the Upgrading Assistant by email or at 250.354.3230 for more information.
Current students, future students, partners, children, businesses, and curious citizens are invited to kick off the school year or explore the options available at Selkirk College's Kaslo Learning Centre.
Join us on Thursday, September 27 at 11 am after campus orientation.
Campus Staff & Hours
The tutorial room is open from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm on Monday to Thursday; 6:30 to 8:30 pm on Monday and Wednesday. The Learning Centre is closed from noon to 1 p.m. for lunch.
View our timetable...
Contacts & Directions
Learning Centre Map and Campus Directions on Google Maps. There is free parking available on city streets.
On the shores of Kootenay Lake, the Village of Kaslo (population 1000) boasts stunning lakeside and Selkirk Mountains views. The leisurely downtown core is home to a wealth of local artists and artisan boutiques, delicious eateries and has ample recreation spots nearby, like the local public beach. Be sure to check out the SS Moyie, the world’s oldest intact passenger sternwheeler and the annual summer Kaslo Jazz Festival's renowned performers and unique floating stage. You'll love this community for it's outdoor recreation, children’s playground, covered picnic areas, public campground and historical buildings.