1) Regular High School curriculum
2) 5 AP courses (Calculus, French, German, English language, English literature)
3) Ventures program: help students to understand the fundamentals of business and leadership; the business education’s curriculum integrates Christian ethics and promotes philanthropy in business. International students receive intensive English as an Additional Language (EAL) classes and participate in weekly conversation classes with Canadian student peer mentors. They receive on‐going learning support for their content‐area courses, as needed. TOEFL/IELTS preparation is available.
The school offers 2 full sized gym, a student fitness center, a 600‐seat concert hall, a 75 seat‐drama theater and a library with interactive study areas. Students have access to modern science laboratories, three computer labs, wireless capability and interactive video boards in classrooms.
The school has a strong volleyball program: both men's and women's teams have won provincial championships. The band has also won the Optimist Festival's Chairman's Award. The culture is different from many stereotypical high schools; competitive athletes are frequently also members of the band or choir.
The dramatic theatre has won the Rainbow Stage Award for School Musicals consecutively for the last 5 years. They put on a full scale musical production each year (25 musicals since 1968) and the school itself has a full theatre. The Music program is exceptional. It is a catalyst for nurturing the growth of high caliber musicians due to the phenomenal knowledge, passion, dedication and instruction of the Music Department. Between tours, musicals and varied performance opportunities, students are constantly immersed in a high level of musicianship and community ‐ often developing lifelong friendships as a result.