Pattison High School is an independent high school that is certified by the Ministry of Education of British Columbia. We are a fully bonded institution which guarantees protection and an exceptional learning environment to students under the regulations of the Ministry of Education of BC.
Established in 2003, the school offers full secondary education: Grades 9 to 12 and university preparation. Students who fulfill the graduation program (Grades 10-12) receive a Dogwood diploma – the high school diploma issued by the Ministry of Education.
Our multi-lingual staff provides an international support to the growth and needs of the school community. A talented faculty is complemented by a dedicated advising team which – together – provide a strong organizational framework for the school.
During the 18 years of operation, 2000+ graduates have earned the BC high school diploma and headed into well-known post-secondary institutions, and subsequently into the Canadian professional work force – and establishing their own families in Canada.
“Pattison High School aims to inspire Canadian and International students to grow, learn, and reach their personal goals and to empower them with life-enriching experiences by delivering a quality secondary education that prepares them to achieve success and satisfaction in their lives.”
- September, January, May intakes
- 12 courses a year
- Fast track graduation
- Post-secondary fairs
- Personalized references
- University Application Guidance
- Individualized Graduation Plan
- Personalized course scheduling
- Academic and personal development support
- English Placement Test
- vocabulary / reading / writing
- level increase flexibility
- Entrance Scholarship
- Performance Scholarship
- Graduation Scholarship
- Students from 20 countries:
- Asia, The Americas, Europe,
- The Middle East, Africa
- Multilingual staff
- Cultural celebrations
- Extracurricular clubs
- Medical insurance
- Homestay, custodianship
Small Class Size
- Individual attention
- Student : teacher ratio 15:1
- After school academic guidance