August 21, 2019


Lake Trail Community Middle School: A neighbourhood centre accessible to all.

Join LTCES for our Annual General Meeting and Community Supper


In addition to a delicious pasta dinner and dessert, join us for a short AGM highlighting the year’s accomplishments and exciting updates from our first year as a School District 71 designated community school. 

Members can meet our new Community School Coordinator, Anna Rambow, review the official financial report, and provide input into our exciting new direction as a community school.

Lake Trail Community Education Society is actively seeking new board members and encourage all those interested to attend. Bring your talents and passion and help build a healthy, sustainable, resilient community. For further information contact Lesia Wick at

Friday, November 15th, 5:30 to 7:30 pm. All Welcome!

What is a Community School?

A Community School takes one of the largest and most under-utilized public facilities, the public school, and increases the investment by keeping it open evenings, weekends and during the summer for community activities.

Through multi-ministry funding and non-profit partnerships, community schools address the needs of all age groups, with programs for pre-school children, after school care, and adult education and recreation. The expanded mandate of the educational system in recent years has strengthened the potential of community schools in British Columbia.

Association for Community Education, BC


In 2019, Lake Trail Middle School and Lake Trail Community Education Society (LTCES)  received official community school designation. The development of Lake Trail Community Middle School moving forward is a collaborative partnership between Lake Trail Community Education Society and Lake Trail Middle School. 

Our Mission: Lake Trail Community Middle School promotes an integrated focus on lifelong learning, healthy lifestyles, community development and engagement leading to improved learning, stronger families and a healthier community. Lake Trail Community Middle School strives to be a neighbourhood centre accessible to everyone. 

Community Programs

Accessible programming for community members.

After School Programs

Free programming for Lake Trail students.

Lake Trail Community School Garden

Workshops and volunteer opportunities.

Get Involved!

Become a member, volunteer, sponsor a program, or donate to LTCES.


Many thanks for the Comox Valley Kin Club for their generous donation of $500, covering the cost of produce for a month of free salad bars for Lake Trail Community Middle School Students!

Barrier-free access to nutrition and food literacy is our priority.  While many schools charge a nominal fee to cover expenses, Lake Trail’s salad bar remains free of charge. 

Upcoming Events:


Stop by the LTCES office to learn about our After School and Community Programs and to meet the Lake Trail Community Middle School Coordinator during regular office hours.

Harvest Potluck

Celebrate the bounty of the Lake Trail Community School Garden at a fall community potluck. All welcome! Further details coming soon.