The English Language Learning (ELL) program at the Canada Royal High School is designed to help non-native English-speaking students improve their English language skills to adapt to an all-English academic environment in Canada. The program not only focuses on the comprehensive development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills but also emphasizes cultural understanding and cross-cultural communication abilities.

Program Introduction

1. Personalized Learning Plans

Develop personalized learning plans based on each student's English proficiency and learning needs, ensuring students can learn and progress at a pace suitable for them.

2. Small Class Teaching

Employ a small class teaching model to provide more opportunities for teacher-student interaction, ensuring each student receives adequate attention and guidance.

3. Diverse Course Content

The course content is rich and diverse, covering basic English, academic English, and topics related to Canadian culture, helping students better adapt to the local learning and living environment.

4. Supportive Learning Environment

Provide professional language support and tutoring to help students overcome language barriers and build confidence.

Program Purpose

1. Improve Language Skills

Through systematic English training, help students improve their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills comprehensively, reaching a level where they can communicate and study freely in an all-English environment.

2. Adapt to Academic Requirements

Help students master academic English, familiarize themselves with the academic requirements and learning methods of the Canadian education system, and lay a solid foundation for entering mainstream courses.

3. Promote Cultural Interaction

Through understanding and experiencing Canadian culture, help students better integrate into the local community and enhance their cross-cultural communication abilities.

4. Cultivate Livelong Learning Ability

Encourage students to develop habits of autonomous learning and continuous improvement, laying a foundation for their future academic and career development.


The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) course at CIRA High School is designed to help students improve their IELTS exam scores to meet the language requirements for higher education institutions in English-speaking countries. This course not only teaches exam techniques but also focuses on the overall improvement and practical application of language skills.

Course Introduction

1. Comprehensive Skills Training

The course covers all parts of the IELTS exam, including listening, reading, writing, and speaking, helping students systematically improve their skills.

2. Professional Teaching Team

Taught by experienced IELTS teachers who are familiar with the exam format and scoring criteria, providing professional guidance and feedback.

3. Mock Exams and Assessments

Regular mock exams are conducted to familiarize students with the exam process and time management, with detailed assessment reports to understand their progress and areas for improvement.

4. Personalized Tutoring

Based on each student's English level and goals, personalized study plans and tutoring are provided to ensure targeted reinforcement where needed most.

5. Rich Learning Resources

Offers a variety of study materials and resources, including real IELTS test questions, practice question banks, listening and reading materials, and more, to help students prepare comprehensively.

Course Purpose

1. Improve IELTS Scores

Through systematic training and practice, students can master IELTS exam techniques and strategies, improving their performance in the exam to achieve the required scores.

2. Enhance Language Skills

During the preparation process, comprehensively enhance students' English language skills, including vocabulary, grammar, and integrated listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills, laying a solid language foundation for future academic and life needs.

3. Develop Exam Techniques

Teach students how to effectively manage their time, analyze questions, and organize their answers during the exam, improving their exam techniques and confidence.

4. Meet Academic Requirements

Help students familiarize themselves with the requirements and standards of academic English, preparing them for entry into higher education institutions in English-speaking countries, ensuring they can communicate and study smoothly in an academic environment.

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Summer School

Everything you need to know

Has your child struggled to keep on-track through all the challenges this school year has delivered? Do they need just a bit more support to solidify the fundamentals? Want them to get a jump on next year’s classes?

  • Summer School Courses

    • English 10,11,12
    • Science 10,11
    • Social Studies 11
    • Math 10,11
    • Art Studio
    • Media Arts
  • Class Times

    • 9am to 12pm
    • 1pm to 4pm
  • Course Fee

    • International: $2,100
    • Domestic: $1,600
  • Summer School Duration

    July 4 to August 12

  • Registration

    To register for a Summer School course, you will require a PEN (Personal Education Number) and birth date. Please ensure you have this information prior to the opening day of registration. The PEN is a unique 9-digit number issued to every student enrolled in a BC school and can be found on each student’s progress report. If you do not have this information, please request it from your home school.

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