Celebrate with us.

Every anniversary needs a celebration. At Langara, we want to make sure we have a celebration fitting for our 49th year. It means a 18-month celebration, lots of cake, and you, our community, coming out to celebrate with us. 

Reconnect with former classmates and instructors. Let’s commemorate nearly five decades of education, community impact, and student success together. Be part of the celebration! 

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  • 49 Facts — NO. 13

    The College has its own apiary that is home to thousands of honey bees.

What does Langara mean to you Add Your Voice

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  • What are you most excited to celebrate about Langara?
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  • I'm celebrating the great experience I had at Langara helping me to achieve my educational goals. – Andrew Carbonneau
  • Musqueam relations and the next 49 years of changing indigenous education. – Rick Ouellett
  • Langara is Langara. Best ever. – Narinder Singh Bilkhu
  • I’m celebrating the contributions that Langara has made over the last 49 years that has helped students pursue their goals. In turn, our Langarans have gone on to contribute their knowledge, passion, and energy to make our community a better more prosperous, sustainable, and fair place. – Lane Trotter
  • My 1.5 years of being a Langaran – Jasmeen Kaur
  • The 49 years of extensive usage of a quality building designed by an intense collaboration of the chief architect, Ronald B. Howard, the Vancouver School Board architect, Allan B. Wilson, and Al Grimwood of Grimwood Construction. The building stands solidly and elegantly on a site and with appreciation to the Musqueam nation. – Ellen
  • The understanding of the true meaning of academic success. Langara provides us students with so many developing opportunities and we all graduate not only as global citizens but better human beings. – Felipe Moreira
  • The quality of the teachers. – Jamil Fernando Garcia
  • The thousands of students who have found their passion at Langara over the past 49 years. – Carly Barrett
  • I was new to Vancouver, Langara's coaching staff gave me a community of high performance. Something I was missing. – Jordan
  • Seeing members of the Langara Chicken Hawks who played in the 1972 BC Winter Games (Brother Ron included). I was also the proud President of the Langara Commerce Club and would like to see other members. (1972) – Terry Sadler
  • Forever grateful to Langara for the opportunities given to me as a student, and now as a proud Alumni. Always a Langaran. – Christine Woodington
  • Old friendships – Lesley Robinson Palacioz
  • The great instructors – Joanne Day
  • As one of the old timers - I've been teaching at Studio 58 since 1974 - I am thrilled to have witnessed the evolution of Langara from the modest Vancouver City College campus to the outstanding educational institution it is today. The progress has been truly remarkable and we should all be proud of our accomplishments. – Kathryn Shaw

    Gear up for our 49th yearCelebrate Anywhere

    Get your limited-edition Beyond 49 clothing online. Also available for purchase from the Langara Bookstore.

    49 Facts — NO. 13

    The College has its own apiary that is home to thousands of honey bees.