Specialized Programs – Transitional Teaching
The Langley School District showcases a vast range of traditional academic studies, world-class fine arts programs, and has graduated numerous internationally trained athletes. Home to elementary, middle, and secondary schools, the seven student-centered secondary schools have educated thousands of global citizens over the past twenty-five years. Value-Added Programs are also available, including English language assessment and support for International Students and their families, career counseling, Advanced Placements (AP), International Baccalaureate Programs (IB), fine arts, fundamental orientation, sports and extra-curricular activities, First-Nations studies, summer programs, sensitivity training and more. The District of Langley consists of the Township of Langley, Langley City, Aldergrove, and Fort Langley, and is home to BC’s own Langley Fine Arts School.
Langley offers the choice of Semester (4 subjects ½ year x 2) or Linear (8 subjects all year) programs. In British Columbia, students normally complete eight courses per year. In a Semester school, students complete four courses from September to January, then another four from February to June. In a Linear school, students begin all eight courses in September and complete them in June. This accommodates all student choices regarding linear and semester schools. Both systems provide an excellent learning experience.
AP – Advanced Placement
IB – International Baccalaureate Program
Fine Arts Program
Our Homestay and Support Network Experience:
We Welcome You to Come as a Visitor and Leave as a Friend
We have Spacious New Homes with Abundant Outdoor Extra-Curricular Year-Round Activities
We Provide each Student an Option of Walking, Taking Local Transit, or Being Driven to School by Families
We are Proud of our Student-Host Family Lifestyle Match System
H: Home O: Opportunities M: Matching E: Excellence