COVID-19 Updates

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Latest Update

St. Michaels University School is open and students are attending in-person classes, 100% of the time on our campuses. Boarding students continue to live on campus. We currently have no confirmed cases of COVID-19 among our community of students and staff. Almost all SMUS faculty, staff and coaches, alongside many other members of our community, have now received at least their first vaccine.

In British Columbia, we are following BC’s Restart plan issued by the provincial government, which aims for fully normal social contact by the start of next school year in September. International travel to Canada remains limited to essential travelers, of which students are currently considered. The school is closely monitoring changes to travel and quarantine regulations and will remain in contact with new and returning families throughout the summer.

As you would expect, we will continue to update SMUS’s webpages with any specific guidelines for schools.

Our school is fortunate that during the pandemic, the city of Victoria has seen a comparatively low number of cases of COVID-19. Vancouver Island in general continues to see very low numbers and low rates of transmission.

The health and wellbeing of our community remains the top priority and, though the risk is low, the school is maintaining a cautious approach with enhanced cleaning protocols and strict adherence to Provincial health orders, including the wearing of face masks. More information is available in the FAQ section.

Latest Information

Our Latest Information timeline is the page to check to know if new information is available.

Latest Information

Safety Plans and FAQ

To assist with your most common questions see our FAQ and download our full Safety Plans.

Safety Plans and FAQ

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COVID-19 Considerations

We encourage all of our community to read the following page regarding COVID-19 considerations.

COVID-19 Considerations