2021 Best Schools in Vancouver from public to private

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2021 Best schools in Vancouver

Bodwell High School
Private

Bodwell High School

Bodwell High School won the Study Travel Magazine prize for the 'STM Star High School Award' in 2014...
(Secondry) High School
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Kitsilano Secondary School
Public

Kitsilano Secondary School

Kitsilano Secondary School has two goals, first student engagement and achievement and the second in...
(Secondry) High School
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Magee Secondary School
Public

Magee Secondary School

Magee Secondary was opened in 1914 and is located in Kerrisdale, an upper socioeconomic, west side, ...
(Secondry) High School
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Eric Hamber Secondary School
Public

Eric Hamber Secondary School

The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you. you can learn many thin...
(Secondry) High School
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Lowell High School
Private

Lowell High School

Lowell High School has 7,000 square feet of learning, studying, and socializing space creates the id...
(Secondry) High School
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Sir Charles Tupper Secondary School
Public

Sir Charles Tupper Secondary School

Sir Charles Tupper Secondary School opened in 1959, the school is named in honour of Sir Charles Tup...
(Secondry) High School
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Collingwood School
Private

Collingwood School

An essential aspect of life at Collingwood is the infinite opportunities offered to students and sta...
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
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John Oliver Secondary School
Public

John Oliver Secondary School

The school was originally called South Vancouver High School and began in 1912 as two surplus classr...
(Secondry) High School
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Mulgrave School
Private

Mulgrave School

In 1993, the parents of West Vancouver Montessori established a school for preschool and kindergarte...
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
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Canada Star Secondary School
Private

Canada Star Secondary School

Canada Star Secondary School located in Richmond, Bc. Canada Star SS graduates enter today’s socie...
(Secondry) High School
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Claren Academy
Private

Claren Academy

Claren Academy is a co-ed grade K to Gr. 6, school located in BC. Claren Academy fosters creativity...
Elementary School
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Lord Byng Secondary School
Public

Lord Byng Secondary School

Lord Byng Secondary School's fundamental goal is to support Indigenous ways of knowing in classrooms...
(Secondry) High School
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iLearn Secondary School
Private

iLearn Secondary School

iLearn Secondary School is a grade 8-12 independent DL school in B.C. iLearn is a fully accredited B...
(Secondry) High School
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Crofton House School
Private

Crofton House School

Crofton House School is also known as CHS, offers girls from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 a uniqu...
K-12 (K. to Gr. 12)
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Gladstone Secondary School
Public

Gladstone Secondary School

Gladstone Secondary School is a public secondary school located in the Kensington-Cedar Cottage neig...
(Secondry) High School
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About Vancouver and education there

Vancouver is one of Canada's warmest cities in the winter. Vancouver's climate is temperate by Canadian standards and is classified as the oceanic or marine west coast, which borders on a warm-summer Mediterranean climate. While during summer months the inland temperatures are significantly higher, Vancouver has the coolest summer average high of all major Canadian metropolitan areas. The summer months are typically dry, with an average of only one in five days during July and August receiving precipitation. In contrast, there is some precipitation for nearly half the days from November through March.

Forty percent of Vancouver’s total population is made up of immigrants. The city has also the highest proportion of Asians per capita of any North American city. Vancouver’s historic Chinatown is one of the largest in North America.

The Vancouver School Board enrolls more than 110,000 students in its elementary, secondary, and post-secondary institutions, making it the second-largest school district in the province. The district administers about 76 elementary schools, 17 elementary annexes, 18 secondary schools, 7 adult education centres, 2 Vancouver Learning Network schools, which include 18 French immersion, a Mandarin bilingual, fine art, gifted, and Montessori schools.

The Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique operates three Francophone schools in that city: the primary schools école Rose-des-vents and école Anne-Hébert as well as the école secondaire Jules-Verne. More than 46 independent schools of a wide variety are also eligible for partial provincial funding and educate approximately ten percent of pupils in the city.

Vancouver has been called a "city of neighbourhoods". Each neighbourhood in Vancouver has a distinct character and ethnic mix. People of English, Scottish, and Irish origins were historically the largest ethnic groups in the city, and elements of British society and culture are still visible in some areas, particularly South Granville and Kerrisdale. Germans are the next-largest European ethnic group in Vancouver and were a leading force in the city's society and economy until the rise of anti-German sentiment with the outbreak of World War I in 1914. Today the Chinese are the largest visible ethnic group in the city, with a diverse Chinese-speaking community, and several dialects, including Cantonese and Mandarin. Neighbourhoods with distinct ethnic commercial areas include Chinatown, Punjabi Market, Little Italy, Greektown, and (formerly) Japantown.

One of the most interesting facts about Vancouver that it is the third most liveable city in the world. The Economist Intelligence Unit organizes a survey every year and from the year 2004 to 2010, Vancouver was on top of the list and since 2015 it is the third most liveable city. Not only this Vancouver is also the 10th cleanest city in the world. The Economist Intelligence Unit organizes a survey every year.

If you want to succeed at an exam, take note that clever students identify important points that are more likely to be put to the test they ask them questions and they answer them a good way to do this is to get the cards that are known today as flashcards you can make small cards with a question one side and write the answer on the other with their method you can have a large number of flashcards until the end of the semester and the academic year and test yourself with them and find your weakness and strengths.

Some schools in Vancouver:
Mulgrave School
Bodwell High School
Fraser Academy
Kitsilano Secondary School

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