The St. Margaret’s School Board of Governors oversees the operations of St. Margaret's School. The Board approves the strategic direction of the School and the overarching principles and statements of values. The Board also appoints the Head of School, who has responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the School. Specifically, the Board of Governors:
The Board governs according to the Society Act (B.C.), the Bylaws of the St. Margaret's School Society, and St. Margaret’s School’s Policies and Procedures.
The Board is elected by members of the St. Margaret's School Society, which includes all parents or guardians of current students; Alumnae/Old Girls over the age of 18, and their parents or guardians; employees; and any other person whom the Board may accept. Governors are elected at the Annual General Meeting of the St. Margaret's School Society, usually held in the fall. A call for nominations is issued at least 60 days before the Annual General Meeting. The Board selects a Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer and Secretary annually from amongst the Governors.