Is Canadian Studies the Right Choice for My Child?
A successful student demonstrates:
- a willingness to come to school prepared to devise, implement and evaluate qualities for democratic living with all members of the school community
- an understanding that leadership is an expectation not an exception
Characteristics of Canadian Studies
- Integration of Canadian studies across the curriculum that focuses on team building, self-discipline and involvement in the larger community
- Significant opportunities for students to implement and engage in democratic decision-making within the school community
- Focus on Canada’s role within the global community (past, present and future)
- Experiential learning opportunities locally and internationally culminating in a grade 12 educational trip to Juno Beach, Vimy Ridge and other Canadian battlefields in Europe
- Unique program opportunities include Canadian military history and drill and parade
- Adherence to the Four Pillars (leadership, citizenship, academic endeavor and fitness) and the Juno Beach Academy Code of Honour
- School uniform
* Subsidized transportation is not provided for Juno Beach Academy. Students will be responsible for finding their own transportation to and from school.
* Juno Beach Academy is not a military school
How to Register
For the 2017-18 school year Alternative Program registration begins January 2017. Please take your completed registration package to your designated school after you have attended the parent information session. Please refer to this school’s website for parent information session details.
For families that are new to the CBE and not Canadian citizens, please note you must first attend the Kingsland Reception Centre for an initial assessment prior to registering for an Alternative Program.
- See Fees page for fees that apply to all CBE students
- Uniform cost (approximately $400.00)