The St. Ann’s Childcare Centre offers three different programs for children ages 2½ to 12 years, including a licensed Daycare. Click here for the St. Ann’s Childcare Centre Flyer

The Daycare has space for 20 children between the ages of 2½ and 5 years, and is open weekdays from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, all year long.

The Preschool Program, with space for 18 children, is a morning program, running from 8:45 to 11:45 am during the 10-month school year [September – June] for children between the ages of 2½ and 5 years.

The Before & After School Program for children between the ages of 5 and 12 years runs from 7:30 to 8:30 am and 2:30 to 5:30 pm during the regular school year, and 7:30 am to 5:30 pm during the summer months.

The Summer Program is a day long program for children between the ages of 5 and 12 years during the summer months.

Overseeing the programs is Susan Berdusco, Manager of St. Ann’s Childcare.  She is a certified teacher and oversees a staff of up to six licensed educators.

Applications for the daycare and preschool programs are accepted at the school.  Forms and further information are available online, at the school front office, or by contacting Susan Berdusco at the Childcare Centre.

Childcare Application

Susan Berdusco, Manager, SAA Child Care

Phone: 250-372-5452 (ext 202)        Email:


Daycare30-36 months$900/month or $60/day
3-5 (Pre-K) years$750/month or $45/day
 Preschool3-5 (Pre-K) yearsM/W/F  $225/month
T/Th  $165/month
 Before/After SchoolSchool Age (K-12) $400/month or
$25/half day (less than 4 hours) or $40/full day (4 hours or more)
 Summer ProgramSchool Age (K-12) $600/month or $40/day



The Child Care Centre is an important part of the unique family aspect our the K-12 independent school, and to the childcare needs of the local community.

“Having students of all ages is what creates the unique family environment of our K-12 school, and it’s not unusual for families to be involved in our school for up to 20 years as their children journey from Kindergarten to high school graduation.  The addition of daycare and pre-school programs only adds to the potential length of that relationship.

We are proud of what we offer as a Catholic independent school, but it is also important to know that we are open to all families in our community.  Being so centrally located, these new programs could be very beneficial to families who work in the downtown area.”

Shawn Chisholm
St. Ann’s Academy