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เรียน โรงเรียนมัธยม ของเขตการศึกษา Edmonton Public Schools |Alberta
Edmonton Public Schools
Edmonton was the first school district in Alberta to actively engage in international work. In 1995, the International Programs unit was established to
develop and introduce an International Student Program and a Homestay Program, both of
which have grown steadily. Work is also done to facilitate student exchanges, develop
international partnerships with schools, and identify curriculum that reinforces international
perspectives and global topics. District staff have been called upon to provide advice and
direction on international education matters to Alberta Education, and to numerous districts in
Alberta and across Canada.
The district holds memberships in the Canadian Association of
Public Schools International (CAPS-I), the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE),
the Citizenship and Immigration Canada Advisory, and the Alberta Education International
Council. These memberships ensure participation in the growing international education
network across Canada.
Edmonton Public Schools has taken a leadership role in the province,
regarding international education. Public education and specifically Edmonton Public Schools,
has a significant role to play in producing younger generations of internationalists within a global
เรียนต่อแคนาดา กับ โรงเรียนมัธยม ของเขตการศึกษา Edmonton Public Schools
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM:
EPS offers a mature international student program,
which since its inception has served over 4000 international students from 60 different countries
in schools throughout the district.
|โรงเรียนในเครือของ Edmonton Public Schools |Alberta
|CENTRE HIGH SCHOOL
HARRY AINLAY HIGH SCHOOL
J. PERCY PAGE HIGH SCHOOL
JASPER PLACE HIGH SCHOOL
LILLIAN OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL
QUEEN ELIZABETH HIGH SCHOOL of Advanced Placement
ROSS SHEPPARD HIGH SCHOOL
VIMY RIDGE ACADEMY
W. P. WAGNER HIGH SCHOOL
|CENTRE HIGH SCHOOL
|Centre High is situated in downtown Edmonton at the Boardwalk amidst a bustling world of commerce. The school serves over 2,200 students including several international students. Its location, timetabling, staffing,success management and mentoring programs have been specifically designed to preparestudents who are 17-19 years of age for the exciting opportunities and challenging responsibilities of the adult community. Focusing on the unique needs of students, the school creates a positive atmosphere supportive of career and educational goals.
Being unique to not only the district, but to the province as a whole, Centre High provides a blended campus environment seen nowhere else. The school shares its facilities with the business community,enhancing its ability to form partnerships within the business and post-secondary communities and allows access to programming and hands-on experience for students. This educational model highlights the success that occurs when business and education join forces to assist young adults as they begin pursuing career aspirations and pathways
|HARRY AINLAY HIGH SCHOOL
|Harry Ainlay is a large, south Edmonton high school that provides a wide range of programming for all students. Students come from diverse educational, social, racial, and ethnic backgrounds. There are just under 2,200 students enrolled at the school, including many international students. Harry Ainlay facilities are recognized as being among the best in the province: computer labs, a fitness and weight training facility, a drama theatre, two music labs (one of which is electronic), a language lab, a pottery studio, a cafeteria, and a bookstore. Community facilities adjacent to the school include a swimming pool, arena, playing fields, and tennis courts.
|J. PERCY PAGE HIGH SCHOOL
|J. Percy Page School serves approximately 1,100 students, including about 25 international students. The school is located in Mill Woods, a southeast Edmonton neighbourhood, and has a proud history and much to offer students who choose to attend the school. The school fosters
an environment of success for every individual through its pride, academic rigor and acceptance of diversity. Staff is committed to student success and helping all students realize their full academic and personal potential.
|JASPER PLACE HIGH SCHOOL
|Jasper Place School is located in west Edmonton and has a student population of approximately 2,300, including approximately 45
international students. Jasper Place is an outstanding school with a tradition of excellence extending 50 years. The school offers a full range of academic and optional programs as well as a wide variety of extracurricular opportunities. The school is committed to providing a positive
learning environment that will foster and support high academic expectations and excellence in student achievement, behavior and service. All students are encouraged and supported to maximize their academic pursuit of excellence
|LILLIAN OSBORNE HIGH SCHOOL
|Lillian Osborne is Edmonton Public Schools newest high school. Located in the growing southwest area of the city of Edmonton, the
school is named after Edmontons first woman teacher, Lillian Osborne. The school officially opened in September of 2009 and has the
capacity to serve approximately 1,000 students including international students who reside in the schools catchment area. The school is phasing in grade levels beginning with grade 10 in the 2009-2010 school year, grades 10 and 11 for the 2010-2011 school year, and effective for September 2011, grades 10, 11 and 12 levels.
|QUEEN ELIZABETH HIGH SCHOOL of Advanced Placement
|Queen Elizabeth High School of Advanced Placement serves students in north central and northeast Edmonton. The school has a student
population of just under 1400, with a handful of these being international students. Virili Parte: to the utmost of our ability. Over the past 50 years, the students and staff at Queen Elizabeth High School have consistently taken this motto, Virili Parte, to heart. The focus at Queen Elizabeth is success for all students. Staff provide support and direction to promote the attainment of student goals in relation to academic performance, post-secondary education and career directions.School facilities include a cafeteria, 10 computer labs, 5 CTS labs, 2 gymnasiums, 5 science labs and a language lab. Queen Elizabeth High School is a completely wireless learning environment, with the
highest ratio of computers to students in Alberta, and technology integrated throughout every classroom
|ROSS SHEPPARD HIGH SCHOOL
|Ross Sheppard School is located in northwest Edmonton and is surrounded by an abundance of community facilities. The school serves the
needs of over 2,000 students, including approximately 35 international students. Ross Sheppard provides a climate characterized by high expectations for students and staff. We are dedicated to meeting the needs and interests of a multi-cultural student population and to challenging them to display and expand their abilities.
|Victoria School of the Arts, centrally located in the city of Edmonton, provides a creative learning environment with a variety of unique
programs and facilities. The school has an enrolment of just under 1700 students from kindergarten to grade 12, including several international students. A motivated, dedicated and highly committed staff promotes student achievement in the arts and academics. The true spirit of Victoria School is found in the students acceptance of one another, the friendly relationships between staff and students and the supportive connections with the home and greater community.
|VIMY RIDGE ACADEMY
|Vimy Ridge Academy is located in south east Edmonton in an older area of the city with shopping malls and businesses in the immediate vicinity. The school has excellent access by transit and a student population of around 900 with a few of these being international students.
|W. P. WAGNER HIGH SCHOOL
|W.P. Wagner School is a school of choice and is located in southeast Edmonton. The school has a student enrolment of over 1,400 including several international students. W.P. Wagner, the School of Science and Technology, is an exciting, innovative academic high school. It emphasizes excellence in the four As: Academics, the Arts, Athletics and Active student participation. Throughout the school there is a focus onscience and technology. Accordingly, up-to-the-minute science and computer technology is in evidence everywhere in the building. Facilities include: 8 computer labs with high speed Internet access,computer workstations in every classroom with access to CD ROM resources and the Internet, and a Student Services Centre equipped with 6 workstations connected to full on-line resources and research materials. Students are the focus at W.P. Wagner. Student achievement and safety are priorities . Students at the school are exposed to a broad curriculum that will provide them with a wide range of choices.
ค่าเรียนของ Edmonton Public Schools 2011-12
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|Tuition for One Year
|Health Care Insurance for the Year
|Monthly Bus Pass (10 months @$48/month)
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