Applied Arts – C.A.S.E.


(Communications, Arts, Sciences and Entrepreneurship)
Shawnigan’s C.A.S.E. program, which has been built through the initiative and vision of The Bradley Family Foundation, has established a dynamic, hands-on learning environment that inspires, trains, and prepares students for careers in applied arts and technology.

Our strategic plan, Project Future, calls for Shawnigan to encourage creativity, inquiry-based learning, independence, initiative and greater sense of autonomy and agency in our students. Central to Shawnigan’s mission is the focus on a well-rounded education, and a passion for the applied arts is deeply embedded in the Shawnigan culture  — meaning musicians, filmmakers, and artists are treated with the same respect and support as elite athletes and academics.

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Without [C.A.S.E.] I would have never found my love and passion for recording music. The space allows me to work with professional and top of the line equipment that will help me in my future music career. Every time I go to the studio or set up live sound for an event, I learn new skills that I would’ve never thought of previously. As a senior student, I can now pass along my love for the studio to younger students who will hopefully find their passion like I did. – Harry M.

Shawnigan Today operates like a proper newsroom, where students pitch stories, then decide as a team which stories to produce. They go through dry readings before entering the studio, and after they film their segments, a student editor creates a news broadcast out of it, and the results are released every Monday on Shawnigan’s YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook accounts.


"It is truly gratifying to see how well Shawnigan Lake School is flourishing, and I look forward to seeing even greater achievements in the future… We firmly believe in the importance of this initiative and are eager to support its continuation… We are confident that the funds will be put to good use … bringing further benefits to the school and its students." - Current Shawnigan Parent
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