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Welcome to our Sprott Shaw Surrey College Campus! You can easily find us at 217-9801 King George Boulevard, near the King George Skytrain station. This location is an education hub in the Surrey community, close to Surrey Central Mall and beautiful Holland Park. We serve students from Surrey, Cloverdale, Langley and beyond!
You can register for day or evening classes that start every month (depending on program and class availability), so your class can fit around your work or family schedule. You’ll be able to meet people of a variety of ages, cultures, and backgrounds, reflecting the rich diversity of the Surrey community.
At the Surrey college campus, you’ll find knowledgeable, supportive instructors guiding smaller classes, resulting in more attention tailored to your own individual learning style. As well, the other support staff will make you feel welcome during your school experience.
Many courses use the G2 system, an easy-to-access, environmentally responsible system that will allow you to learn using modern technology. As well, many courses also use e-book technology, with textbooks also available if you prefer.
More than just a classroom, our modern Surrey college has space where students can study, eat lunch, or just relax outside on the “Café Sprott” outdoor patio. This newly refurbished area is also a place for campus barbecues and potlucks, and also a place for students to get to know one another.
Surrey is a rapidly growing community and is expected to surpass Vancouver as the most heavily populated city in BC within 20 years. Surrey provides real work/lifestyle opportunities for those who are trained in a specific career.
The Sprott Shaw Surrey college campus is also involved in the local community as a member of the Surrey Board of Trade, the downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association, the Better Business Bureau, and a designated Safe Harbour site.
Looking to take the next step in your career? Call (604) 583-1004 and speak with an admissions advisor today!
Open the door to new career possibilities at Sprott Shaw Surrey College!
Photo by waferboard. Surrey is the second largest city in BC and is referred to as the city of parks. It is located only 35 minutes from downtown Vancouver and there are endless things to do. Surrey, like most of the Greater Vancouver area, enjoys having the comforts of city life coupled with the close proximity to nature. Surrey has a wide range of outdoor and indoor things to do to accommodate our changeable weather. Explore the Nature
There are numerous gardens and parks that you can visit for a quick break or spend the day relaxing. You have the option of going biking, hiking or running along one of the trails in the city. Water sports are another fun way to spend your free time; you can try boating, kayaking, canoeing, and windsurfing. Also, Crescent beach is located nearby where you can go walking, swimming or to have a picnic.
Surrey is one-third agriculture, which produces many of our local fresh produce. There is even a winery located within the city parameters called River’s Bend, where you can try the some of their 14 wines made from BC grapes. Also, there are a few markets, including Surrey Urban Farmers Market, where you can buy food, produce, arts, and crafts.
If you prefer to exercise indoors, then you can go to one of the local gyms, ice rinks, pools or rock climbing. Also, there is the Xcalibur Bowling Centre and a miniature golf course for those days you want to do something fun with your friends.
There are many locations throughout Surrey that you can go for shopping including outlet stores, shopping malls, and upscale shops; there is truly something for everyone at any budget. Some of the close by shopping can be found at the Guildford Town Centre, Central City, The Shops at Morgan Crossing, and Grandview Corners. Another option is to go to the Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino. Depending on if you gamble or just looking for an interesting change of pace, you can try your luck at gambling on a horse or a blackjack hand.
If you enjoy going out to eat then you will be pleased with the variety of food in Surrey. There are casual, fine dining, pubs, cafés, and ethnic food to choose from. The prices range from cheap to expensive, but you definitely won’t be upset due to the lack of choices.
If you are interested in art and culture, you will be content with the ethnic diversity and emerging art scene; you can visit one of the local galleries or performing arts centres. There are various celebrations, festivals, and performances that are put on throughout the city. This includes the Fusion Festival and the Festival of Dance.
As you can tell, we have an abundance of things you can do and see during your time in Surrey. If you are ever in need of some guidance you can refer to one of the local newspapers, websites, your friends and career advisor for things to do in the city.
To learn more, go to the following links: http://www.hellobc.com/surrey/things-to-do.aspx http://www.tourismsurrey.com/golfing-shopping-and-parks-in-surrey