Students applying to Campbell River School District have several options for programs.
- Language immersion and Canadian cultural experience (5-10 months)
- Academic year
- Dogwood Diploma graduation program
Students who are enrolling with Campbell River School District International Student Programs for a graduation program should be prepared to study for a minimum of two years and longer if students require significant English language development. International students wishing to graduate are invited to start their program in grade 9 with the Campbell River School District.
All students will be offered additional ESL language support via the English language learner program should they require additional support. Students considering the graduation program should target an IELTS score of 4.0 as a minimum requirement for success in English 10 academic courses.
Each program requires an online application to be completed via our True North online portal.
Prior to applying if you wish to check on school availability or for specific requests, please email the program at International@sd72.bc.ca
Once you are ready to move forward with an application, please go to our online application portal. We have included detailed instructions below and attached the documents that will be required with the application.
Please note you will need all REQUIRED DOCUMENTS to complete the online process:
- Record of grades (last 2 years and must be in PDF or JPG format)
- Passport picture page (must be in a PDF or JPG format)
- Letter of Reference (must be in a PDF or JPG format)
- Student's Letter of Intent (must be in a PDF or JPG format)
- Immunization Records (must be in a PDF or JPG format)
- Course Request Form (ATTACHED)
- Campbell River Schools International Consent and Waivers (ATTACHED)
- Student Participation Agreement (ATTACHED)
Our academic advisor regularly oversees students and their success at school. Our program is quick to intervene and provide support should students require additional help.
Students arriving in September are welcomed with a full day orientation followed by weekly check-ins and mini sessions to make sure students are well integrated in their first month. Regular monthly lunch meetings offer students the chance to ask questions and hear about program updates. It allows our program staff to check in on students and ensure they are doing well at school and at home.