Why Choose Us?

Simply put, Canada is among the highest rated of OECD countries when it comes to the quality of our education, consistently outperforming major partners such as the UK and the United States. Around the world, there are more than 129 independent Canadian offshore schools in 43 countries using the excellent curriculum from one of Canada’s provinces. Schools from all over the world use Canada as a benchmark for excellence in learning. That’s because we understand that creating critical thinkers and engaged citizens begins with teaching students how to learn. We recognize and respect our students for the individuals that they are; we understand that academic success also depends on building strong and ongoing relationships with parents. Our program will ensure that your child is given a competitive advantage at major universities in Canada and around the world.

OECD - PISA 2018

EDUCATION FOR THE 21st CENTURY

Simply put, Canada is among the highest rated of OECD countries when it comes to the quality of our education, consistently outperforming major partners such as the UK and the United States. Around the world, there are more than 129 independent Canadian offshore schools in 43 countries using the excellent curriculum from one of Canada’s provinces. Schools from all over the world use Canada as a benchmark for excellence in learning. That’s because we understand that creating critical thinkers and engaged citizens begins with teaching students how to learn. We recognize and respect our students for the individuals that they are; we understand that academic success also depends on building strong and ongoing relationships with parents. Our program will ensure that your child is given a competitive advantage at major universities in Canada and around the world.

Key features of the redesigned curriculum include the following:

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

Core Competencies:

Communication, Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility

BRITISH COLUMBIA'S POLICY FOR STUDENT SUCCESS

The British Columbia policy for student success has 5 key elements that will no doubt appeal to parents:

#1

Quality teaching and
learning

#1

Quality teaching and
learning

#1

Quality teaching and
learning

#1

Quality teaching and
learning

Simply put, Canada is among the highest rated of OECD countries when it comes to the quality of our education, consistently outperforming major partners such as the UK and the United States. Around the world, there are more than 129 independent Canadian offshore schools in 43 countries using the excellent curriculum from one of Canada’s provinces. Schools from all over the world use Canada as a benchmark for excellence in learning. That’s because we understand that creating critical thinkers and engaged citizens begins with teaching students how to learn. We recognize and respect our students for the individuals that they are; we understand that academic success also depends on building strong and ongoing relationships with parents. Our program will ensure that your child is given a competitive advantage at major universities in Canada and around the world.

DIVERSITY IN SCHOOLS

The ECB-CBS is committed to recognizing and honoring the diversity of our school community. Diversity among people is one of the most prominent features in today’s society and in our schools.

The British Columbia School Act states that the purpose of its school system is ‘to enable all learners to develop their individual potential and to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to contribute to a healthy, democratic and pluralistic society and a prosperous and sustainable economy’. To achieve this purpose, the ECB-CBS strives to ensure that differences among our students do not impede their participation in school, their mastery of learning outcomes, or their ability to become contributing members of society.

The ECB-CBS is committed to creating and maintaining an environment that fosters success for all of our students and promoting fair and equitable treatment for all.