Many secondary schools exist in Langley Township.
Langley Township is located in southwest British Columbia (BC), a province in Canada. The Township is not far from the capital city of Vancouver, about 28 miles, and is rich with agriculture. It is considered the “birthplace” of BC, and was incorporated in 1873. Langley is comprised of about six different communities, which are host to a number of secondary schools in the area.
Langley Secondary School
Langley Secondary School is located on 56 Avenue in Langley, BC. The school has a variety of departments including English, where the teachers encourage the students to read a list of their favorite authors. Also included are the Social Studies, Physical Education, Fine Arts, Home Economic, Modern Languages, ESL, Math, Technical Education, Sciences, Business Education and Career Education departments. Langley Secondary School is the home of the Saints, the name given for their athletic teams.
H.D. Stafford Secondary School
Also in Langley Township, BC is H.D. Stafford Secondary School, located on Grade Crescent. It is categorized as a technical school, meaning the school caters to students who eventually seek careers fields such as woodworking, plumbing and carpentry. H.D. Stafford Secondary School is currently a part of a project called AVID created in San Diego, CA, whose goal is to assist students in academically challenging situations that were initially unfamiliar to them.
Aldergrove Community Secondary School
Aldergrove Community Secondary School is also located in Langley Township, BC, in the community of Aldergrove. The school’s motto is “Dream, Believe, Achieve” and the colors are blue and white. Aldergrove Community Secondary School was one of the first schools to have a hockey program in the Province of British Columbia. In 2008, there were 1,022 students enrolled at the school.
Brookswood Secondary School
In the community of Brookswood is Brookswood Secondary School, home of the Bobcat mascot. It was founded in 1973. The school offers French Immersion as well as English language instruction. Brookswood is well-known in British Columbia athletics, as the Senior Girls AAA basketball team is three-time defending Provincial champions. The school also hosts a drama festival showcasing the talent of students who have written plays.