Frequently Asked Questions
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Alexander Academy has a rolling admission.
There are two semesters in an academic school year, as well as five weeks of summer school. We offer up to two courses during summer school.
Classes start at the beginning of September and the end of January. Summer Schools runs during the month of July.
Course selection begins at your first interview with our Director of Admissions and Business Development. Once you have enrolled, you will meet with our school counselor who will finalize your course selection.
You will have four classes each day starting at 8:45 AM and ending 3:00 PM. Tutorials and extra curriculars run from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Monday through Thursday.
A student may take between 8 – 10 courses in one year.
Transfer credits are available to students who have taken transferable credits from another high school.
As we have a rolling admission, fees are to be paid according to the dates on the invoice you receive from our finance department.
Student service fees include textbooks, student supplies, schoolwide activities, and field trips.
Students may defer their start date by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once the student has paid their tuition, they will receive a Letter of Acceptance, a payment tuition receipt, a welcome package, and then they will be contacted by our counselor to set up a graduation plan.
If a study permit is refused, the student will receive back their full tuition minus a $300 CAD administration fee.
Yes, medical coverage is mandatory for both international and Canadian students.
All international students are required to purchase private medical insurance as a supplement to the BC Medical Insurance (MSP) that is mandatory for all individuals living in British Columbia.
Canadian students can provide us proof of MSP enrollment or private insurance.
Yes, the new student orientation is mandatory. Students will receive an email regarding this event before September or January depending on their start date.
First, students can talk to their teacher for assistance. Students may also discuss your difficulties with our school counselor. We offer in-school tutorials every day after school.
We also have a Health and Wellness Counsellor that students can discuss personal issues with. You may set up a time to meet with our Health and Wellness Counsellor through our Student Services Manager.
Our teachers and staff are always available to help as well.