As our school is accredited by the Canadian province of Manitoba, we use the provincial curriculum in all divisions of our school. Canadian education is highly regarded around the world, as Canadian students continually do well in international assessments such as PISA, and university graduates are highly prized in international job markets.
Elementary homeroom teachers teach four core subjects: English language arts, math, science, and social studies. Manitoba-certified specialist teachers are responsible for physical and health education, visual arts, music, and computer class. Our goal is to build a strong academic foundation for each student, while also allowing them the chance to explore their interests and develop their passions.
Our aim during the three years of middle school is to prepare our students for academic success in high school, while also giving them opportunities to develop their interests, talents, and social-emotional skills. Classes are taught by Manitoba-certified specialist teachers to ensure the best possible learning experience for our students.
Our high school program is designed to hone students’ academic skills and provide them with a well-rounded education that sets them up for success in the university of their choice. Required courses provide students with solid foundational skills while a wide range of optional courses including AP classes allow students to specialize as they prepare for their post-secondary education.