International Student Program
2020-2021 International Education Update
Due to the uncertainty of the 2020-21 re-entry plan for schools, GYPSD will be making adjustments to the International Student Program for the 2020-21 school year.
To ensure the health and safety of staff, students and families, the Division will be offering a half-year International Student Program option, aligned to the second semester, beginning February 1, 2021. Students who have been accepted for September 2020 will be permitted to reschedule for the second semester or will be issued a full refund with no penalties if preferred.
We appreciate your flexibility and thank you for your interest in learning in the Grande Yellowhead Public School Division. Do not hesitate to reach out to us for further assistance. We look forward to learning with you in the future!
Receive a World-Class Education in a one of a kind location
Study with us in Alberta, Canada!
International Students: We invite you to consider the experience of a lifetime - studying English at a high school in rural Alberta. Grande Yellowhead Public School Division high schools follow the Alberta curriculum, which is recognized around the world for preparing students for an exciting and successful future.
Our five host high schools and communities are small enough to be safe yet large enough to offer full academic programs, many unique courses and a range of extracurricular activities. We have hosted students from Brazil, Hungary, the United States, Mexico, Germany, Russia, France, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and many other countries.
You will live with a caring host family who is interested in getting to know you and your family. Reasonable tuition and homestay fees make our International Student Program attractive to students and families around the world.
Click on a link below for more information, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to meeting you!
"Grande Yellowhead is an excellent place to learn, full of nature and nice people. Courses are hard and expectations are high, but teachers and staff are very supportive and encouraging. There are also many extracurricular activities including sports teams, yearbook, clubs, and trips. You will have a good experience in a friendly town."
- Emi, GYPSD Japanese Student
"I am learning not only English but also the great lessons from nature that I could never learn from any other place I lived. Every morning, biking to school feeling a cool breeze from the Rocky Mountains, I realize how lucky I am to be in this special environment."
- Jane Lee, GYPSD Korean Student
Note: This program is for students that are coming to Canada on a study permit; it is not intended for foreign-born students who have:
- landed immigrant status
- refugee status
- parent is here on a work permit
- parent is studying at university in a two-year program
- parent has a permanent resident card.
Please contact the international education coordinator at email@example.com for more information.