Founded in 1991, Bodwell High School is a private co-educational boarding school offering grades 8 to 12 and university preparation.
The school is certified and inspected by the British Columbia Ministry of Education and is a recognized leader among Canadian boarding schools.
Most Bodwell graduates (97%) successfully enter universities, and many of them receive scholarships
Located on North Vancouver waterfront, Bodwell overlooks the Vancouver city centre.
Campus features a cafeteria, indoor pool, 2 multi-purpose gyms, 2 presentation theatres, music room, library and play court.
The school year is divided into three terms: fall (September-December), winter (January-April) and summer (April-July).
New students can start school at the beginning of any term.
Academic & English Preparation Program:
Bodwell offers an Academic and English Preparation Program (AEP) in grades 8-11.
The grade 8 and 9 classes are divided into two language levels and the grade 10 and 11 classes are divided into four language levels.
Once a specific level of English proficiency has been met, a student is promoted to the next level.
Academic Grade Program:
The regular curriculum is meaningful, diverse, balanced, and promotes personal, intellectual, and physical development.
Bodwell curriculum adheres to the standards of the British Columbia Ministry of Education. Graduates receive a high school diploma issued by the British Columbia Ministry of Education that is recognized by universities worldwide.
All students attend three hours of enrichment classes every Saturday morning, on top of 30 hours of academic classes Monday to Friday.
Students enrol in a Saturday course each term in one of the following areas: -English Enrichment -Global Citizenship -Career Exposure -Outdoor Education & Sports -New Media and Performing Arts.
The University and Career Guidance Team guides students towards the best opportunities to attain their goals.
Through workshops, presentations, university campus visits, and relationships with many university admissions staff, the team navigates students through the university application process.
The House System:
On arrival, students will be placed in one of the six “houses” where these future world citizens learn about the values needed to live together, values common to many societies around the globe.
They learn about fairness and social justice, non-violence and peaceful resolution to the conflict, intercultural understanding and acceptance, compassion and service to others, and respect for the dignity of the individual.
Visit the school’s web site for further information.
Please contact us for further information and enrollment process.
While taking your English lessons online from MyECO in specially designed virtual classrooms, you will not feel a need for a face to face classroom lesson.All the content of MyECO has been designed suitable to the levels of The Common European Framework of Languages. Our video lessons have been prepared carefully and exclusively. You will learn through intensive exercises and drills.