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St. Margaret"s School - ISSCC - International Education & Study Abroad SpecialistSchool ID: 601
School Name: St. Margaret"s School
School Type: Girls
City: Victroia
Tuition fee: CAD $43,700
Residential Type: Boarding
Rental fee: Included in the tuition fee
Program offer: Grade 7 - 12 for Boarding
Other Information: There are distinct advantages offered by all girl independent schools. The results of numerous studies conducted in North America, Britain and beyond have been published in major newspapers, and in leading periodicals including Time magazine, Psychology Today, the Journal of Education Research, Education Week and the American Journal of Education. These articles and studies can provide valuable information as you make your daughter's educational choice. St. Margaret's School for girls has an outstanding academic program in both the Junior School (ECE - grade 6) and the Senior School (grades 7-12). Over 97% of our Grade 12 graduates enter into post-secondary educational institutions locally, nationally and internationally. St. Margaret's School has an excellent record of preparing international students for successful entrance to universities and colleges in Canada, the US, and countries around the world. St. Margaret's goal is to help students complete British Columbia high school graduation requirements with sufficiently high marks to enter university while teaching them the skills needed to thrive in a post-secondary institution. St. Margaret's ensures that each student is provided an educational program that matches her unique strengths and requirements. Once accepted by the School, international students participate in a variety of tests and observations, including standardized English language proficiency testing, to ensure proper placement in the IEL Program. This is usually done during the two week Orientation for International Students in August, but may happen at any time throughout the year. Progress through the IEL Program is flexible and dependent on continued student achievement. Each stage of the student's English Language (EL) education supports the important long-term goal of successful graduation and entrance to university or the post-secondary institution of her choice.

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