Why Study in Canada

by Katie Nicol | SchoolAdvice Education Consultant | [email protected]

Trinity College School

Port Hope, Ontario

  • Liberal Arts
  • Day: 300 | 5-12 (Coed)
  • Boarding: 265 | 9-12 (Coed)
  • Tuition: $22,950 to $56,950
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Miss Edgar’s & Miss Cramp’s School

Westmount, Quebec

  • Progressive, French Immersion
  • Day: K – 11 | 325 (Girls)
  • Tuition: $19,150 – 20,440
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Fraser Valley Elementary School

Langley, British Columbia

  • International Baccalaureate, Inquiry Based Learning
  • Day: K to 7 (Coed)
  • Tuition:$ 8,900 – $ 22,000
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Education is one of the most important aspects of an individual’s life. Studying abroad can have such a positive impact on the lives of the students, families, and the schools involved. Choosing the right environment for your child’s education can sometimes be a challenge, but here are a few reasons why choosing a Canadian education could be right for you. The education that students receive in Canada is highly regarded throughout the world. It is important for Canadians to be well educated; therefore, educational standards are high across the country. From elementary school through to university, your child will receive a well-rounded education and have the ability to choose from a multitude of programs that suit their needs and interests. Canadian students learn to develop their analytic and intuitive thinking skills to become better thinkers and problem solvers. Known for its interdisciplinary studies and transferable skills that enable the development of well-rounded individuals, a Canadian education sets students up with many future prospects.

” As a bilingual country, Canadian schools provide English and French language programs in all provinces.”

Given our ever-expanding technological world, learning the ins and outs of various aspects and processes of technology are essential. Introduction to technology education begins in the very early years, as early as Kindergarten in many schools. Examples of such programs include coding, game development, and robotics. These types of programs can be available to all students, no matter their age, gender or academic level. While studying in Canada, you will also have the option to choose a bilingual education. As a bilingual country, Canadian schools provide English and French language programs in all provinces.

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Students have many opportunities not only to develop their academic skills, but also their creativity, physical abilities and skills, as well as their social and emotional understanding and awareness. Teachers have extensive training and are better able to tend to the needs of all different types of learning styles and abilities where students have the opportunity to use their strengths to overcome their weaknesses. Due to Canada’s multicultural landscape, teachers are able to cultivate and care for the many different cultures found in one single classroom. Learning to live together harmoniously and to find the beauty in our differences is certainly one of the many highlights of a Canadian education.
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Jasper in January – Canadian Rockies


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Whether you are interested in sports, the arts, sciences, etc., there are community programs available outside of schools to continue developing your knowledge and experience in areas of interest to you. Living standards in Canada are among the highest in the world where Canadians have access to affordable housing, free healthcare and lower tuition fees than in countries such as the US and the United Kingdom.   In Canada, the learning experience stretches far beyond the classroom when you explore everything the country has to offer. From the Rockies of British Columbia on the West coast to the scenic beauty of the East Coasts’ Newfoundland, and the beautiful beaches of Prince Edward Island. In most cities, you will be able to enjoy festivals and activities yearlong. You can spend your summers at Montreal’s Jazz Festival, Toronto’s International Film Festival, and Calgary’s Stampede, to name a few. In the winters, you can enjoy Ottawa’s Winterlude, Carnaval de Quebec in Quebec City, or Jasper in January. Canada’s enriching learning environment is unlike anywhere else in the world. Opportunities abound when you choose to study in Canada.
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