Glenwood is located in the Shaughnessy neighbourhood of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Glenwood offers programs for male high school and university students as well as young professionals that help them become competent, generous, and responsible individuals committed to the common good of society. Personal excellence, good work and study habits, and professional ambition are encouraged in the context of a spirit of service, dedication to the family, openness to those in need, and love of personal freedom and responsibility. The message of Saint Josemaría Escrivá inspires those who make Glenwood a reality. He founded Opus Dei, an institution of the Catholic Church to which the activities of spiritual formation at Glenwood are entrusted.
To learn more about Opus Dei, click here.
Glenwood offers, on either a weekly or monthly basis, programs for men in high school and university as well as for young professionals. For more information, please write to us at .
Grade 9 Big Picture Seminar (July 16 - 21):
Grade 9 Big Picture Seminar (July 23 - 28):
The BPS Summer Edition in Vancouver helps students entering Grade 8 and 9 to explore Greater Vancouver and acquire a broad vision of the importance of their education.The program touches on subjects such as studies, extra-
curricular activities, career and university planning, character formation, and leadership.
To apply for the Big Picture Seminar: Go to glenweb.ca/bps
Grades 10 - 12 Glenwood Service Project (August 6 - 11):
Grades 10 -12 Glenwood Service Project (July 30 - August 4):
Participants from Glenwood work with staff and volunteers of the Ruby Lake Lagoon society to enhance and preserve the natural habitat and wildlife of the sunshine coast region. The work involves removal of invasive species on land and water, trail clearing and maintenance, setting up composter bin units, installing habitats for birds and other wildlife on the coast, and much more. The project also includes excursions to the coastal lakes and islands, as well as daily sessions on ecological stewardship and responsibility.
To apply for the Glenwood Service Project: Go to glenweb.ca/gsp