Students from more than 40 countries of the world are studying at the school - 30%. Students from Western and Eastern Europe (Russian-speaking students are not more than 15%). 30% - students from Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela, etc.). 30% - students from Asian countries (China is not more than 15%, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, etc. ...)
The Bodwell High School is located in northern Vancouver, British Columbia. It takes only 15 minutes to get to the center of Vancouver, and the campus is on the Pacific coast. The school was founded in 1991 and today enjoys well-deserved respect among colleagues and students from all over the world. The institution is constantly monitored by the Ministry of Education of this province, it has received official permission and registration for work, has a prestigious certificate of the British Post-Secondary Education Commission, which highlights the high quality of education and services.
The main direction of education in Bodwell High School is a high-quality and high-grade secondary education, and also a team of teachers effectively prepares students for successful admission to the chosen institution. Many graduates of the school subsequently receive scholarships for successful education, without problems enter prestigious universities and build an international career. Both Canadian students and students from all over the world are accepted for training - qualified experienced teachers are able to work with international groups, are always ready to help in solving various issues, they are able to find an approach to any student. In addition to quality education, the school has the goal to bring up in children original thinking, independence, initiative, leadership qualities, ability to work in a team.
In addition to general education classes, students will find a huge number of various extracurricular activities, exciting excursions, extensive opportunities for sports and creativity.
The Bodwell High School can accommodate students from 13 to 19 years of age (these are grades 8-12). The academic year is traditionally divided into terms, and you can apply at the beginning of each of them:
Thanks The trimester system of learning is faster: students can finish the program, designed for 3 years, only 2.
The curriculum of each course is balanced and reconciled, aimed at harmonious, comprehensive development of each student.
In the 8-9 grade students study:
] Pupils of the 10th and 12th grades study the obligatory list of fundamental disciplines and add profile disciplines to their curriculum at their own choice, relying on the specifics of the profession that they plan to receive at the university. Academic consultants are always ready to help everyone to make the most competent and effective curriculum, to consult about the curricula and the list of examinations. Examination items are:
In case of successful completion of the course, students receive an official certificate of the average The formation of the Canadian model (Dogwood Diploma).
English as a Second Language (ESL)
This course will be an excellent choice for international students who are not sufficiently knowledgeable in English. The course is divided into 3 levels of complexity depending on the level of basic training of students: beginner, lower and above average. Regularly (every 4 weeks) tests are conducted that help to identify the level of knowledge and achievement achieved - with excellent results the student is transferred to the main academic course and is already engaged with all other students.
Advanced PlacementThis course is designed for students graduating from the final class: it will help to actualize and deepen the existing knowledge and enter the chosen university without any problems. Throughout the learning process, the child's parents receive full reports on the achievements, achievements, life of the child on campus, participation in all activities and courses.
During the summer months, Bodwell School organizes combined language programs for children from around the world aged 10-17.
The camp is based on the campuses of three major universities in British Columbia: University of British Columbia (Vancouver), University of Victoria (Victoria) and Quest University (Whistler and Squamish). All campuses are well equipped, well-kept, equipped with everything necessary for effective teaching and comfortable living. Students are accommodated in the same residences that are offered to the students of the main programs (in the summer they leave for vacations), also participants of the summer camp can use the entire infrastructure of the universities: sports fields and playgrounds, tennis courts, swimming pools and water sports centers, parks and lawns , Halls and classes for training.
All students are tested, which distributes them into groups according to the level of basic training, and the age parameter is also taken into account. Weekly 15 English lessons are provided (the load is rather low), on which all the basic language skills, skills and knowledge are actively developed. The main attention is drawn to the development of oral and written speech, the improvement of grammatical literacy, the expansion of vocabulary. Additionally, students study the ecology, geography, the course of public (humanitarian) sciences, exact sciences, attend lessons aimed at developing leadership qualities. Classes are lined up in a dynamic, lively manner, they will not allow children to get bored, a lot of games and role situations are envisaged. Every week a new topic is announced, which defines the fullness and subject of the classes, the direction of study.
In their free time, students also will not get bored: for them a rich, interesting leisure program is organized. A large-scale general event or concert is held at least once a week, various games and contests are held every day, competitions that help develop team spirit, comradeship, and show personal talents and abilities. For children organized hiking and exciting educational excursions, shopping, trips to museums and national parks, canoeing or canoeing, sightseeing.
Please note that for registration on the program you must apply no later than May 29!
DATES AND VALUES
1) Courses in Vancouver (University of British Columbia):
2) Courses in Victoria and Columbia (University of Victoria and University of British Columbia):
3) Courses in Vancouver and Whistler (University of British Columbia and Quest University):
4) TRI courses (all three universities):
The indicated price already includes:
The price does not include and is paid additionally:
Family or residence in Bodwell
For students there is a variant of living in a host family (this is especially a good choice for those who Wants to improve your knowledge of English in a short time - you will daily communicate with native speakers, you will be able to learn more about the traditions and culture of Canadians). Each family is carefully selected and controlled by the school staff, so that you can be assured of the comfort and safety of this accommodation option. When choosing a family, the level of the equipment of the home is taken into account, as well as the distance to the educational building (employees try to choose options that do not require significant time costs for the road). Each student is provided with a cozy private room, board meals (three times a day), and also has the opportunity to participate in family activities and entertainment. If a student is younger than 16 in the family, then every month his parents receive a full report on the residence, which is formed by the owners of the house. Regardless of the ethnicity of the family, each of its members speaks excellent English, is ready to provide the student (usually 1-2 people in one house) the most comfortable and safe conditions.
You can also choose to stay in a common residence - it's fully equipped comfortable rooms, designed for 2-4 people. At the boarding house, as a rule, girls live on the 2nd, boys on the 3rd.
All students are provided with a balanced, tasty, varied and healthy diet (full board 7 days a week):
On campus it is possible to live and during a vacation, and accommodation includes also food And does not differ in any way from life during the study period.
Each student, as far as possible, should participate in sports events, games and competitions - the school pays close attention to the physical development of its pupils. Several sports teams operate on the campus:
In addition, there is the necessary equipment, equipment and facilities for other sports. Students can engage in fitness, tennis (large or table), explore adventure sports, downhill skiing or snowboarding. You can run (cross-country), play hockey, attend wrestling, yoga, stretching (stretching exercises), track and field athletics club for all levels of training.
Also, students are offered a diverse cultural and educational program - various interesting excursions and trips, visits to theaters and museums, visits to scientific centers and trips to other Canadian cities.
At school There are many different clubs and clubs, among which an interesting option can be found by each student. For example, you can design and fashion, get involved in knitting, learn the basics of filming and create your own movie. There is a large art studio, a club for photo lovers, a separate section dedicated to creative art.
Please note that there are additional compulsory costs and fees not included in the main program (total cost of CAD 4650) :
Vacation dates - usually 3 weeks in winter (from mid-December) and 4 weeks in summer (assuming the student is in summer) or 4 months in summer (If student leaves for summer) - as Rule guys learn from the end of April to the end of July, which allows you to finish 1.5 classes in one calendar year.
Applications from students from all over the world age 13 and older are considered. Students should:
|Language courses, schools and children's language camps||Primary and secondary education - private schools||Preparation programmes for entering universities - higher education||Higher education (after completing accredited programs A-level, IB, High School) - Bachelor, Master, MBA|
| - we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs) |
- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
| - we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program, |
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
| - we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program, |
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively
| - recommended submission one year before the start of the program, |
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.