BURNABY SCHOOL DISTRICT
The Burnaby School District is the fourth largest education institution in BC. The District operates 41 elementary and eight secondary schools, including a range of district programs and Provincial Resource Programs.
Burnaby city’s total area is 90.61 square kilometers and is located at the geographical centre of Metro Vancouver. It borders the City of Vancouver on the west and Port Moody, Coquitlam and New Westminster on the east.
It is further bordered by Burrard Inlet on the north and the Fraser River on the south. In 2016, it had a population of 230,080 people. Moreover, with 50% of Burnaby’s population is immigrants and more than 100 languages spoken, it is one of the most culturally diverse school districts in Canada.
The Burnaby School District has enrolled 25,000 K-12 students and employed 4,000 dedicated employees who are committed to providing all students with a wide variety of innovative, high-quality programs to ensure student achievement in areas that include academics, athletics, trades training, visual and performing arts, social responsibility and leadership.
The Burnaby School District also provides lifelong learning opportunities to more than 16,000 adult learners through the established Burnaby Community & Continuing Education program. The District’s work is governed by the Burnaby Board of Education, which consists of seven Trustees who are elected for four-year terms.
- Full nameBurnaby School District
- Province/ StateBritish Columbia
- Application fee$250 CAD
- Tuition$14,500 CAD/ Year
$7,250 CAD/ Semester
- Featured program- Elementary
- English language assistance program: ELL, Canada's largest Advanced Program (AP), Academy of Sports and Information Technology (IT), Subject preparatory subjects, Robotics subjects