Best Bilingual Schools In Vancouver Near Me

Cousteau School, The French International School of Vancouver L'École Bilingue Pear Tree Elementary Alexander Academy John Norquay Elementary School Mulgrave School St. George's Senior School. Claren Academy Collingwood School Crofton House School Vancouver Montessori School EC Vancouver English Language School West Point Grey Academy The Westside Schools - Miniversity Century High School Kerrisdale Elementary School Lord Selkirk Elementary School

1. Cousteau School, The French International School of Vancouver - District of North Vancouver

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· 18 reviews

3657 Fromme Rd, North Vancouver, BC V7K 2E6, Canada

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2. L'École Bilingue - Vancouver

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· 20 reviews

1166 W 14th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6H 1P6, Canada

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L'École Bilingue: what do users think?
Justine Sawka: the teachers and afterschool staff raised me when my parents didnt.
Owen L: most teachers were good, Probably a good idea to get a new gym teacher
Erik Makinen: Was good. Idk any more tho
Leonard Goldfarb: Half the teachers are good, the other half pick favorites and don't care about your education. The gym teacher doesn't teach gym he teaches you French and removes marks from your gym grade if you speak any English. Feedback: Get a new gym teacher
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Nat K: Gg ez that school was kinda trash
Louis Hall: Good school and good Location
Stuart McStuartson: Ecole Bilingue is ligitness
Ethan Tran: get a better gym teacher
Arthur Baldry: Went here for the full 8 years and absolutely loved it, definitely a one of a kind experience that has positively affected my life.
gradan lamb sauce: To little homework get on that
Scott Graham: Fantastic admin, teachers, parents, and community.
HIBOU: Quand j ai appelé à cette école pour comment faire une demande d'admission étude pour ma nièce, mais le service du réceptionniste est vraiment mauvais et aussi manque la patient. C est un travail pour un l'école, je ne peux pas imaginer comment ils pouvent travailler pour les enfants?

3. Marpole Bilingual Montessori - Vancouver

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· 5 reviews

1296 W 67th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6P 2T2, Canada

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Marpole Bilingual Montessori: what do users think?
Derek Wu: Marpole Bilingual Montessori school is a great place for my son. He has been the school for almost 2 years, and always enjoyed the school life. In his class, Both the English teacher and the French teacher are excellent. They are so professional on early education, with super kind and nice personality, and strict disciplines with Montessori rules.The school environment is clean and organized. Their principal made appropriate rules to keep kids safe and prevent spreading disease. We definitely love the school! This is the best preschool at Vancouver west.
Alec Li: We knew we have picked the right school for our daughter when we see the smile on her face everyday. The teachers at Marpole Bilingual are phenomenal. We are very impressed with the skills that are being taught in school such as working together, manners, taking care of themselves and academics. This is not only a school for kids, but also a great community for the parents as well. We believe this is the best choice we have made for our daughter and we would strongly recommend this school to anyone.
Dan: Alumni Student (4 years | 2001 - 2004) - Marpole Bilingual Montessori is an establishment which is founded upon basic principles which have been, and are continually executed with meticulous attention to detail. Classrooms are orientated in a fashion which promotes creativity and learning in a healthy, yet sociable environment. The educators which are present assist the students in the utmost professional and friendly fashion. They are immensely engaging with the children during all times of instruction and beyond.My experiences from the school have been nothing but positive —In my honest opinion, without the education and instruction that I had received at the school, I would not be doing so well in the areas in which I strive to succeed in. The balance between the two languages that are taught, and in the fashion in which they are taught, is carried out in a highly intuitive way.My previous convictions regarding the school are continually validated each and every time I revisit the school.I have, and will continue to recommend this school to any parent seeking the most professional and most beneficial education for their children.
Emmalyn T.: I am a now 16 year old girl and I will never forget my horrible experience at Marpole Bilingual Montessori. I feel bad for the other children attending this montessori at the moment. I still remember my experience, crystal clear. When I was 4 years old, I used to attend this preschool. The teachers were so rude, mean and overly strict. I was only 4, and I needed a tissue due to my runny nose. I was absent the day before, since I was sick. I was still a bit sick. Most of the tissues in the box were stuck together, and when I took a tissue, I accidentally pulled out a few more. Just because of this, the teacher called me a "tree killer" and then put me in a time out. Of course, I was just a young toddler, so I started crying. Because I was crying, the teacher then called me a "brat" and then extended my time out.My mom thought that their montessori program was very poor and unprofessional. She said that during my time there, I did not learn any montessori skills and in fact, I developed a lot of bad habits, like not cleaning after myself. This montessori is absolutely not legitimate and parents should never send your child to this school ever again.

4. Pear Tree Elementary - Vancouver

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· 42 reviews

2678 W Broadway #215, Vancouver, BC V6K 2G3, Canada

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Pear Tree Elementary: what do users think?
Vanja: Pear Tree School is a forefront leader in childhood education. Their innovative theme-based methodology coupled with real-life knowledge application sets Pear Tree apart from all other schools in Vancouver. Pear Tree equips students with the skills and confidence to understand the challenges of the world in which they live, recognizing their responsibility towards others, the environment, and themselves.Lead by an exceptional team of Masters prepared teachers, the school offers an outstanding breadth of educational experiences, encourages academic intrigue, and sets the stage for lifelong learning. Enthusiasm for academic endeavor lies at the heart of the school, stimulating students to think deeply and explore ideas beyond the curriculum. Every pupil is encouraged to be curious, creative, critically aware, and to develop their passion and talent to their fullest potential. Pear Tree provides students with an abundance of opportunities to discover, pursue, and develop their skills, talents, and interests while being empowered to flourish and build healthy relationships with others and with the community.Pear Tree has a holistic student approach which ensures every member of the school feels valued, supported and encouraged, and has the confidence and determination to respond to setbacks in a resilient manner. Children are nurtured into confident, outgoing, inquiring, and creative young people. The faculty, students, and parents recognize and celebrate the benefits of having a diverse school community, in which individuals value themselves, one another, and the different contributions that everyone can make in the classroom, our wider neighborhood, and the world.It has been an absolute privilege having my child attend Pear Tree; I recommend the school whole-heartedly to families.
Darrick Boyes: It was a delight to see such a bright, and positive environment. Healthy and happy children excited to learn. I know that we are lucky to have progressive learning schools like this, and it definitely gave me hope for a better way to bring the best out of our children. The staff and the children all smiling and the chef cooking healthy food for the children. This would have been a dream come true when I was a kid.
Bob Li: the chef is a very good chef and he makes good food too
Delaram Norani: We decided to look for a private school after the pandemic hit. First of all, they never disclosed the fact that they have a group three certificate which means they are considered a school that doesn't have follow BC's curriculum. I found out about that after I called the FISA.The co-owner is a very unprofessional person that obviously only cares about money. I sent an email notifying the school that my daughter wouldn't attend PT. Below is his exact response. Very disappointing response from a school that its main goal should be kids' education."Regardless of your decision, the 1st tuition payment of $5,757 is still due at the end of May, as per your contractual agreement. This can be paid by cheque or e-transfer."The principal listens to your concern, but never really takes action as she believes, the school knows what they are doing and we as parents shouldn't interfere in what happens at school.Overall, a very disappointing experience. I would rather send my child to a public school and hire tutors instead of sending my child to an incompetent school like Pear Tree.Below is my husband's review that keeps getting deleted:Positives;this is a small, 50 student school that escaped the distractions of Covid because of its size.the project based learning approach is an interesting way to educate – if executed properlyNegatives;This is a “group three” independent school (link below) that is not obligated to follow BC curriculum or test to it. In fact, they are very reluctant to do any substantive testing to reassure parents that they are educating appropriately. "Trust us" is the operative phrase they use. They are not rated by the Fraser Institute, nor would they want to be we suspect.This is somewhat disingenuous, as Pear Trees marketing material claims that they are a "top Private School" without any effort to substantiate this, and indeed a stated school aversion to ”testing”. In our opinion, the level of education provided is inferior to that of the private school our daughter is now attending.The school facilities are “Spartan”, to say the least.Pear Tree is a tenant in a class C (old), unsecured commercial building and has no gym, no change facilities, no library, no campus, no auditorium, no music rooms, no cafeteria, no computer lab -these would be considered basic amenities for a "Top Private School".There is administrative dysfunction - for both terms, report cards (which provide little in the way of progress information for your child) were provided several days later than promised, and for term 1 were lacking in any mention of term progress – in their words, the school needed to “remedy the oversight" with a revised report some days later still.The particular teacher for grades 5-7 we unfortunately rate as poor to mediocre based on our parent teacher meets, feedback from our daughter, and feedback from other parents. In addition, she was absent from class for in excess of a month of school, and the school was not capable of providing a suitable substitute replacement.We believe teacher quality is THE critical factor in education quality. When we communicated our specific concerns with the principal, she informed us that she was in a much better position to evaluate the quality of her staff as a "professional educator" and defensively and summarily dismissed our concerns.Conclusion;We decided to move our child to St. Johns, as did other parents, as she faced two more years with this teacher and an unresponsive school which sees fit to charge top dollar for a poor to mediocre educational experience.
Dylan D: Not recommended-there are many good reasons to have your child attend a private school in BC including seeking a superior education and facilities.And if you are paying $15-26,000 in tuition, you should, at a minimum, expect these benefits.Unfortunately, Pear Tree can only offer a hot lunch.
Zahra Hudani: We love Pear Tree. It truly has a community feel. We appreciate the regular communication channels available to us as parents and feel informed throughout the year. They are also really responsive to any concerns or feedback which is important for us as parents.The group of staff are wonderful, very smart and kind, and focused on each individual students’ needs. They have built an inclusive environment and their project-based learning approach is practical and impactful. Our daughter has grown so much, both socially and academically, since being there.We also love their focus on being active and healthy. Our daughter absolutely loves the healthy hot lunch program and it takes a huge load off us as parents with meal preparation. They have PE everyday and some fun programs too like skating, yoga and gymnastics.We highly recommend Pear Tree!
Kate Chase: Pear Tree has been a wonderful experience for our daughter.In terms of academics, the project based learning approach is implemented with an enormous amount of planning and thought, and it shows in the high quality of the children's work! Pear Tree kids are learning to think deeply and critically about the big issues of our day.Socially, Pear Tree is a warm, welcoming environment and teachers are focused on fostering positive relationships and an understanding of diversity.We feel so lucky as a family to have discovered Pear Tree, and are excited to see what high school brings!
Irina Mackay: If you are looking for a school that fosters children's love for learning and helps them grow as confident, responsible and kind people then look no further!Our son started attending Pear Tree in Kindergarten and is now finishing Grade 1. He started off as shy and introverted and has since blossomed with confidence and is a lot more comfortable with public speaking and interpersonal relations.The reading and math skills acquired at Pear Tree surpass those of many other kids his age. We believe that this is due to Pear Tree's approach to education through project based learning which keeps students engaged and allows to apply their skills to real life concepts.Our son is always coming home excited about the themes explored at school and has developed a love for learning at Pear Tree.One of the other amazing things about this school is that they have an in house kitchen and chef and serve daily fresh meals and snacks to the students! Our son used to be very picky when it came to eating but since attending Pear Tree he is a lot more open minded to trying a variety of foods. As parents this is also very convenient for us since we don't have to worry about packing a lunch or snacks and we know that he is eating healthy and fresh food while at school.All teachers and staff are amazing educators and really care about students as individuals. The communication is excellent and we are always updated about our son's daily activities through the Fresh Grade app.The school also places a strong emphasis on physical education, with daily PE time and different activities such as yoga, gymnastics as even parkour!Our middle son is joining Pear Tree next year and we will be also sending our daughter to this school when it comes time for her to join kindergarten.We are delighted to have found this amazing community and wouldn't hesitate to recommend this school as an overall excellent choice for both academic and personal growth.
Sandrine Espie: Our son joined PearTree last year. He is now in grade 3, and our decision to change school for PearTree was the best decision for his socio-emotional and intellectual development. Pear Tree offers project-based learning opportunities. Kids develop various hands-on experiences as well as creative, artistic, engaging, collaborative, and fun projects. The small classes and combined grades enhance leadership and a sense of cooperation and peer support between students.The themes that students worked on every semester address some of the most pressing issues that this generation will need to understand, i.e. exploring their natural environment by going on various field trips to study birds, bees, weather and landforms.Pear Tree curriculum includes daily PE, music classes, french (all the teachers are bright, responsive and engaging). The school has a fantastic chef who cooks hot lunch on site (which exposes students to different flavours, textures, cultures etc.). PearTree's learning environment is challenging (in a positive way), supportive, vibrant, creative. I've seen my child flourish, and I know he will thrive this year thanks to the dedicated, experienced, and professional staff.
Crystal Ehresman: Pear Tree is the best option in the city for busy parents. Their curriculum is well-rounded in arts and athletics which really takes the pressure off from finding extracurricular activities. The days are extended compared to public schools, and there is a before and/or after-school care option. This was a huge relief to me because my schedule requires flexibility. I love not having to pack lunches or provide snacks. The in-school chef saves me the time and mental energy that comes with meal prep and I can count on nutritious snacks and lunches. Most importantly, the faculty, staff and students are wonderful people, and I know my daughter is well-cared for.
Penny Chuang: Our daughter attended Pear Tree Elementary since kindergarten. Their project-based learning really showed a different approach compared to traditional education. The teachers, the staff, and the kids work collectively and really make up a warm and welcoming environment. Pear Tree does not just focus on academic results, but rather shaping our kid to be growing in all aspects of life, into becoming a better part of the community. In addition, their hot lunch program provides healthy and various choices everyday, shout out to chef Borja! We are more than satisfied of what our daughter has been able to achieve and learn here. Our second daughter will be graduating pre-school next year, and needless to say, Pear Tree is our one and only choice for her as well!
Ryusei Koyama: I was a student at pear tree, and this school was the best school I ever went in my life! The cook’s food is really healthy AND good!
Luna G: Pear tree elementary is a small but exceptional school in Vancouver.My son could adjust well thanks to their careful attention and full support when we moved to this new city. My son loves Pear Tree’s tailored approach to teaching and learning. He’s learning how to learn in PTE. In particular, I like this about the school. PTE offers a variety of activities and special classes, so children can have diverse experiences. One more thing I must tell you is the best teachers with passion and professionalism. I highly recommend PTE.
Cailin Broere: We recently moved to Vancouver from Hong Kong where our daughter attended a top international school. We really wanted to keep her level of learning consistent with what she had experienced in HK and hoped to find a school that shared our values and also provided a diverse and global outlook. We found Pear Tree in our search and have been truly impressed.Pear Tree is a small school but its founders are committed to educating the whole child. Social, emotional and dietary health are all considered and nurtured on a daily basis. The PE program and outdoor learning opportunities are fantastic. Borja, the school chef, ensures that my daughter is eating healthy, hot meals and saves me so much time and stress during the week. Picking up my daughter from school and having her excitedly show me the perfect seashell that she found on her morning trip to the beach is really just one of the many aspects that make Pear Tree so special.If you are familiar with the PYP curriculum and its values and principles, I really encourage you to consider Pear Tree in your search. Innovative, enquiry-based learning is alive and well here.
Ryan Liu: Pear Tree is an excellent elementary school. Even though, the school is small but it's packed with everything your children need to know. Their directors and teachers are very friendly. Their staff knows every single child's name. I can see that all the students are having fun learning at school.
Lynn Wang: We went to the school when my son was 3 and we really impressed the education environment. Although the school is small and located in an office building, the kids still have plenty of space here and there. what we like the best is the school using most updated social events as study case and make us feel like our son is communicating with the society. very good school and very nice teachers.
Qin Luo: It is the best school for us, our oldest child studies in community 3 and she likes everything in this place ,and we hope our second child and youngest child could study at Peartree in near future!
Qin Zhang: Fantastic! It has a very friendly and respectful environment, my daughter Eva started at Peartree in September 2018, she was very shy and speak a little English at that time, but now she is very confident and enjoy everyday in Peartree, moreover she loves every Peartree's staff and students!By the way, Louisa Chen is really amazing!
Line Aune: What an inspiring place Pear Tree is! Our daughter started at Pear Tree Elementary last fall after loosing motivation at her previous school. After just a short while, after school starting, she started to love school again and she doesn't even want to leave at pick-up time.My daughter enjoys being in a class with other grades, where it is most important to excel on your own level. All students are closely followed up by their enthusiastic teacher. The teacher continuously keeps the students eager to learn by using different tools ; visual, arts and crafts, field trips and new technology, as well as using interesting themes as background. And how cool isn't it to have snake or salmon eggs hatching in the classroom?We also love that the school focuses on nutritious food and physical education every day (during last half year they have had martial arts, skating, yoga, climbing, dance class and a lot of different activities outside with Mr M)!All the above makes an excellent foundation for our child and I strongly recommend the school.
Neda Shahbandian: Today I went to this school for privet tour , after half an hour delay its manager (Paul) was coming he behaved completely impolite toward us, without any sorry for delay. He didn't show us anythings and just asked "what is your question?" when I asked my question he said :"there are all answers in their website". On the other hand this school is so bad and really small like a small daycare , I never will register my daughter in horrible school.
Ivy Irem Dreger: Our daughter started Pear Tree in September (Grade 2). After 3 years in a very elite and popular co-educational private school, we wanted something less traditional and more creative and innovative for her. She was getting bored and losing her creative spark. Even though she had no academic or emotional issues, she wasn’t very happy and wanted to be challenged.Pear Tree is a breath of fresh air for her because she gets to create new things daily and there is no time for boredom. She gets so much attention thanks to the small class size. Lessons are always connected to real life and incorporate so many different subjects. Project based learning is very beneficial for sparking creativity and mimicking real life work environment. Kids need to work in groups frequently and complete tasks together in a timely manner. All work is always completed and accounted for. You don’t end up with piles of half completed work at the end of the term. Kids are always out and about and go to so many educational and fun field trips.The PE and music programs are amazing. Thanks to her encouraging PE teacher, she participated at a cross country race even though running is not her forte. After only one term she already plays songs with her ukulele!The hot food program is amazing. Their chef prepares everything from scratch and makes very creative, healthy dishes. No more packing lunches and worrying about her veggie consumption!Pear Tree is a very special school. It might look small from outside, but somehow manages to fit a much bigger and more creative world into its space compared to a lot of schools with elaborate campuses. Paul and Alexis put so much effort into creating an outstanding education experience for all. They hire top notch teachers and staff that are so dedicated to their craft. Pear Tree is what 21st century education should be.Our daughter loves her school and never wants to miss a day. We feel so fortunate to be a part of Pear Tree family.
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5. Alexander Academy - Vancouver

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· 22 reviews

602 W Hastings St #100, Vancouver, BC V6B 1P1, Canada

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Alexander Academy: what do users think?
Will Chin: Graduating Student of 2022 - 2023 here, I would like to start off by saying that I had the privilege of learning here at Alexander Academy for both grades 11 and 12. I would describe Alexander Academy as an environment that is welcoming, supportive and determined to help you succeed. I found that in my time here, I got the help that I needed to help me succeed and to grow into a person that I can be proud of his accomplishments. Another thing I’d like to comment on is the connections and relationships that students here at Alexander Academy form with their teachers, is something you won’t find at most other schools, it is truly something special.
Safina Merchant: Studying at Alexander Academy is a great experience for me. I really like the environment over here, teachers who are always helpful and are willing to answer any questions you have. Students here are from all countries, which makes it much better to know people across the world. The staff is amazing, the teaching and learning method is put out for students perfectly. It's the best high school in Downtown, Vancouver!
Clair Choufani: In 2021, I joined Parent Advisory Council (PAC) at Alexander Academy. I was a member for 2 years.I had the chance to get to know teachers and other school staff through PAC. Additionally, it enabled me to express my opinions, give back, and participate whenever feasible in school-related activities. It was a fantastic way to stay involved and informed about all the current/future events/activities at school. I also was able to meet other parents and interact with them.One of the most significant benefits of being a PAC member for me was that it enabled me to serve as a positive role model for my daughter by volunteering and showing appreciation for the school.Giving back to the staff and students of the school was a wonderful experience for me. If parents wish to get more involved in their children's education, I encourage them to participate as well.
emaelena: Amazing school! Loved my time here so much. Teachers are extremely dedicated, welcoming, friendly and are great at explaining and teaching in various methods. Students are passionate and energetic and make the campus feel like a very safe place. Going to school in Downtown Vancouver is a cool experience.
Linda Petersson: We can highly recommend Alexander Academy for anyone considering placing their child abroad at an international High School.We are a Swedish family and our daughter experienced a fantastic year in Vancouver thanks to the professional teachers, excellent staff and great students that quickly included her and they became new friends, some of them for life I ’m sure.We experienced the best service from the very first contact. Starting with a professional interview between the school and parents/student, great information were given upon starting school and moving to a new country learning new custums, this was very helpful for a student.Through out the year academically, we were satisfied as well as with our daughter self-development progress. We were very impressed with how quick the school where able to switch into online-learning during the COVID-19 situation. Our daughter managed to achieve her goals even what struggle the Corona- pandemic brought us all, for that we will always be grateful to the staff of Alexander Academy and their excellent job with their students.We will truly give them our highest recommendations!!Kind regards,Mrs Linda PeterssonMother of Luna Petersson, Class of 2020
Lyazzat K: An amazing school with students all over the world. Lovely place to study and to have an unforgettable experience.
Focus Onfootball: Love ❤️
Ivan: i saw ur ad. very cool
Joanna Vancouver: Alexander Academy is a wonderful place for local as well as international students to study. The smaller class sizes allow for excellent attention to each student. There are many field trips and opportunities to connect with the community. The school also offers great support to students who are learning English. It is located in a beautiful building in a central location right in the heart of Vancouver.
Liz Prehauser: A life-changing experience. We feel no less than this when we see the changes in our son. From improved grades to a positive outlook, self-esteem and confidence. At Alexander Academy our son is flourishing and is happy. Next year our daughter will attend for sure. The teachers are also wonderful and very dedicated and we feel fortunate to have found this school.

6. John Norquay Elementary School - Vancouver

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· 34 reviews

4710 Slocan St, Vancouver, BC V5R 2A1, Canada

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John Norquay Elementary School: what do users think?
Alexander Lee: Awesome school teacher are nice
raj rana: I went here in the 70's and I had the best kindergarten teacher ever her name was Mrs. Gill and she was amazing!! This was back in the day where teachers used to be able to slap you on the hand with a ruler, be as racist, narrowminded, and as ignorant as they wanted to be but Mrs. Gill was different.
Juan Juanson: Straight up child abuse happened at this school. Their alternative program allowed for teachers in secret to grab kids and force them into a time out room. Yelling and screaming from teachers to students was common place here and some of the worst psychological torture I have went through happened in these walls. 10- 11 years after I have left this school to this day I cannot walk past it without severe emotional distress. The school covered up the program and quietly fired the teachers. Me and several students were physically assaulted by staff members here. DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD HERE. It’s time people know that the former alternative program here physically and emotionally attacked and berated the children who attended it.
SuperSonicTaichi: I am a 79 year old man who went here when i was a little lad. I was quite fond of school. When i was a little boy there was this activity we did at school. Who could eat the steamed carrots. It was very tasty and fun. Later on in life im now 79 and reminiscing my past. Good times.
Kevin Tran: Emo
Mr_pixiemon: mid
capybara kiwi: mean
Filipines Salazar: The school is located close to 29th skytrain station in a beautiful quite neighborhood, friendly staff, big school playground and has a very active school principal that you'll see early morning walking around and greetings the kids and parents.
Darius D. Davidson: One of the biggest East Vancouver elementary schools. Great school, great teachers.
Michelle Lynk: This is such a professional and amazing school. The teachers are very open and supportive to not only the children but also the families, I couldn't be more at ease to send my kids to school. Bless the special needs teachers who clearly love their jobs and always have a cheery wonderful attitude! A+ for norquay!!
AC CC: Teachers are nice
grid paper: cool school lots of activities and engaging environment
Lyle Norquay: This school was named after my great great grandfather the first metis premiere of Canada ( Manitoba)he was also a friend of Louis riel
六叔: I love this school becus I go to it
Willzilla Gaming: Cool
Paulette Giroux: Neighborhood school
tuv: Worst school ever rude staff members, rude children.
Duyoo Gong: Good quality of education.
Nathaniel Tham: Why on earth are u looking at reviews for a school?
Jamie Amos: I went there for 1 year 1981-1982 MR Anderson was my teacher very good teacher all the teachers & staff were nice there. I had lots of friends that went there too. Jamie Taylor was one of them.I wonder if there are any teachers still at Norquay that were there in 1982.
roland sutter: It was a great place to learn even today while I write this,I feel that Miss Rickter is still encouraging me somehow.Mr. Saunders home room.

7. Mulgrave School - West Vancouver

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· 91 reviews

2330 Cypress Bowl Ln, West Vancouver, BC V7S 3H9, Canada

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Mulgrave School: what do users think?
Lora Gardiner: My granddaughter loves it here! If you are looking for somewhere that will support your learning needs and approve of LGBTQ2S+ and trans rights, it’s Mulgrave!“I’m just happy Mulgrave supports the LGBTQ2S+ and people from everywhere. I bet that there is at least one person from every single city in the world.”
Jacob Lei: Ethan Wang is my teacher for debate. Mulgrave did really well in the world scholar cup!ps I go to Westbay with Ethans brother Aiden
Iris Lo: We're so happy with our experience in Mulgrave. School is exceptional - from teachers to support staff to the community overall. Offerings are great and the school is so innovative. Our daughter is thriving there and we cannot wait for our second one to join this fall. Mulgrave has such a strong and tight-knit community!
Zhaoer Zhang: 我家的三个小孩全部在Mulgrave学校上学。从我大女儿3岁加入学校开始,已经七年的时间。在这个过程中,我们一直对学校十分满意。老师们都有很好的教学水平,并且非常有耐心和友善,也会及时与家长沟通。孩子们每天都很高兴去上学。学校还设有中文课,每周四节,中文老师还会给一些需要帮助的孩子免费的课后辅导。同时,学校有独一无二的社区文化,多元,包容,各个族裔的家庭,老师,及其他工作人员在此相处融洽。所以,学校在很多年级不招生的原因之一是因为没有家庭想要离开,没有学位空出来。
Cristina Fabio: We are so happy with Mulgrave since we joined the school 6 years ago! They build an extraordinary environment for our kids to grow as open minded thinkers with a great responsibility in their community!
Edmond W: Mulgrave is one of the most competitive schools in Vancouver, and for good reason. Not only is it amazingly impressive on the outside, but this extends through to the friendliness and professionalism of the leadership and the attention provided by the teachers. The facility is second to none, the IB curriculum is excellent, the after-school activities are extensive, and the students are genuinely happy to be there. Of the many dozens of Mulgrave parents who I've met, every one has had nothing but praise for the school.
sarira molaie: Since the first day I entered the school for a tour, I knew that I want my kids to study and graduate there! After 7 years of experiencing life in this fantastic community, not only me but my kids have no doubt about it.Mulgrave is not just a school, it becomes your second family with strong sense of belonging for students and pleasant experience of parents watching their kids thrive with the professional, caring and supportive teachers and staff, also all the world class facilities that creates the opportunity to all students to become the best version of themselves.
Flora Song: Best school ever! All my kids are attending Mulgrave, it meets the needs for every kid. Lots of sports, lots of learning and supporting programs. Teachers and staffs are the best! They are always there for me. My family is proud of Mulgrave in all ways.
ji hong: my family's dream school~Love Mulgrave(♡ ὅ ◡ ὅ )ʃ♡
Rose Smith: Sorry to see this school has too much discrimination!!
Daniel Wu: They do deserve credit for being really fancy (They literally have someone to respond to the ratings) but they put way more money into making themselves look fancy but boy does their education suck
Andrew Lee: Mulgrave is an IB school, known as the most beautiful campus, good style of study, competitive teachers, students are friendly and united, parents help each other, regular parent communication activities, excellent consultant team, every year Many students have been admitted to prestigious universities in the United States and the United Kingdom. highly recommended!
meg h: eat the rich
Daniel: In my past experience of mulgrave, this has been a fair school. Hospitable environments, a range of activities, and very observant staff members that provide a good learning environments.Things that Mulgrave that have done not-so-well are its food providers. As many people complain about here-and-there, the 'food' tuition is actually around 5k a year. I know Mulgrave have signed a 5-year contract with the food providers, but they are INCREASING prices every term, which is absolutely scamming.Raising the food prices just reinforce the stereotypes of :a. Cafeteriasb. Mulgrave.c. Students' attitudes.I hope this can change Mulgrave attitude towards food. I'd much rather eat at a bad - tasting restaurant then an overpriced one.edit: I wrote this review around 3 years ago. In those three years my attitude towards Mulgrave's education has remained the same and always have been satisfactory and now I have come to especially value to amount the amount of resources Mulgrave provides - on the basis of education, careers, sports, etc. A lot of people have come and asked to me what the main difference between Mulgrave and other schools are, and that would probably be my answer. (Although my attitude towards the cafeteria will always be stagnant, education is the priority)
Raymond Zhang: Mulgrave the best at XC!
Josh “MrSmart”: I love this school!, the teachers are great, the campus is comfortable and very modern, the staff is nice.Recommended.
Erin Griffiths: This is a wonderful school! From the teachers, the administration, the facilities and the overall supportive but still challenging academic environment. I really can’t say enough great things about this school!
Alfred Jeffrey: This is a great school overall, I have many friends who graduated and loved the experience. They provide some of the best programs in Vancouver and the facilities are very modern and up to date. The area surrounding the school is also beautiful and has plenty of nature and great atmosphere.
Daniel Fasihi: good school
刘泽瑞: I love this school, even if I have never stayed in it! I love love love this school. I even love u!
Rocky Kahlon: Very scenic view from the school, one can see the ocean, Stanley park, downtown Vancouver and the rest of lower mainland from here

8. St. George's Senior School. - University Endowment Lands

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4175 W 29th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6S 1V1, Canada

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St. George's Senior School.: what do users think?
Xi Bi Ci: I've been informed by a fellow classmate that the student who had the most popular review on this school had to take it down due to the Code of Conduct stating that you cannot defame the school. This is ridiculous! Sure, you want a good reputation, but if it means limiting freedom of speech, it sounds like DPRK to me. I don't hate the school, but seeing a student take down his review with fair and valid points just for the reputation of the school sounds so wrong to me. Purely rating based on fairness.
sootchh 1: Year after year the school hold this thing called Saints Fair in May and they would apply to the city to restrict street parking for the ACTUAL RESIDENTS in the nearby streets. Over 10 years ago I almost had my car towed away because I didn't move my car (on West 31st Ave) before 8am. I had to fork over $45 in cash to get the tow truck driver to release my car from its hook, and a week later the city even sent me a separate parking ticket of over $100. Screw them!
Ruihua Yang: Very good.
Ching Chen: Beautiful campus
Ryan McNagny-Valdez: it's neat
James Hopkins: Great school for our son!
Marcus Lai: Very nice Camaraderie at Saints. Everyone is hard working so you’ll find that most of the classmates that you’ll graduate with end up going to top schools like Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Oxford.etc. There’s also a lot of opportunity at Saints such as a wide variety of clubs and sports. Overall, I enjoyed my experience at Saints and valued the amazing teachers and friendships I’ve made there. 10/10 would recommend your son going to this school 👍🏻.
Jacky Tang: Good community
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Annabel St. John: The style of making each boy feel valued and important, the method of teaching, the team building, the arts, the sports, the teachers and staff... we can't say enough great things about this school. Highly recommend you consider sending your sons to St. George's.
Shiwo: G.O.A.T.
Mac Reynolds: great education
Noah Merkur: Very good school!!!!!
Steve Sim: The learning experience, the quality of teaching (most teachers are professors), attention to individual students, the facilities, and the availability of extra-curricular activities are far above other schools.However, in an ideal world, private schools would be banned. If children of the rich and powerful were forced to attend local public schools, more attention and budget would be allocated to public schools.
Qiu Jason: super legit
Ethan Wang: Awesome school
Jeffery Lin: nice chairs
James Hou: The school is the greatest school I’ve ever seen before
Jacky Jiang: Very nice and clean school with a big field
jacksonjbd: It sucked.
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9. Claren Academy - Vancouver

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1085 Homer St Unit 201, Vancouver, BC V6B 1J4, Canada

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Claren Academy: what do users think?
Shawn Hood: An excellent school with very bright teachers, pupils, and management. Our son has really grown during his time at Claren, especially due to an education style and pace tailored to students' abilities. Claren was at full steam after Easter break in 2020 (when other schools scrambled to figure out online learning requirements, due to Covid-related shutdowns) and the learning barely skipped a beat. I'd encourage anyone looking for a progressive education for their child to contact Claren!

10. Collingwood School - West Vancouver

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· 32 reviews

70 Morven Dr, West Vancouver, BC V7S 1B2, Canada

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11. Crofton House School - Vancouver

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· 83 reviews

3200 W 41st Ave, Vancouver, BC V6N 3E1, Canada

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12. Columbia Academy (Downtown Vancouver) - Vancouver

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· 55 reviews

570 Dunsmuir St #400, Vancouver, BC V6B 1Y1, Canada

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13. Vancouver Montessori School - Vancouver

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· 10 reviews

8650 Barnard St, Vancouver, BC V6P 5G5, Canada

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14. EC Vancouver English Language School - Vancouver

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· 41 reviews

570 Dunsmuir St Suite 200, Vancouver, BC V6B 1Y1, Canada

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15. West Point Grey Academy - Vancouver

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· 36 reviews

4125 W 8th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6R 4P9, Canada

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16. The Westside Schools - Miniversity - Vancouver

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211 Nelson St, Vancouver, BC V6B 1A9, Canada

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17. Century High School - Vancouver

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1788 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC V6J 1Y1, Canada

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18. Kerrisdale Elementary School - Vancouver

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5555 Carnarvon St, Vancouver, BC V6N 1J2, Canada

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19. Lord Selkirk Elementary School - Vancouver

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1750 E 22nd Ave E, Vancouver, BC V5N 2P7, Canada

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