From July 6th to August 14th, Canada Royal Arts High School is offering online condensed 4-credit courses in English, Socials and Arts that may help local students graduate and follow their career dreams
We may not be able to go to parks and beaches as much as we want and many seasonal activities may not happen at all. Although a global pandemic is something unpredictable, that are some online activities that may help you get on track with your career goals when life gets back to normal. This summer is going to be a different one.
Online Summer School is one of these possibilities – and it can help different student profiles. Those who have fallen behind in school and have some classes to catch up. Those trying to get ahead thinking of graduating early. Even those who want to get a mandatory course out of the way to take other courses in September or want to take a mandatory course as a preview so as to get a better mark in the same course at their own school next year. It can also help students who want to take a lighter course load in the fall or winter. And now is the time to do it.
This is why Canada Royal Arts, an
, is offering online condensed 4-credits courses in English (grades 10, 11 and 12), Socials (grades 10 and 11) and Arts (grades 10, 11 and 12) that go from July 6th to August 14th. arts-based creative high-school in Vancouver
“It can help students optimize their curriculum while they still enjoy the season. Especially this year, when we are still going to be asked to stay inside as much as we can, this can help a lot of kids to reach their dreams. There is also another advantage to summer classes: because you are taking fewer classes, it focuses your attention on those few”, said
. David Darling, head of school
How to Enroll
To enroll in a Canada Royal Arts online summer class, the student can access the
or send an email to email@example.com. Parents can also suggest other classes that would help their children to accomplish their goals. school’s website
Who We Are
As Ken Robinson, the famous educational adviser once said: the STEM is a toxic attitude because it focuses on demands by industrial companies. STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math + Arts) is better because what companies (and communities) need are people who can think differently, adapt quickly and be creative.
CRAHS is a private, arts-based school in Vancouver offering grades 08 to 12. Believing that the future will not be for those who only memorize and take notes – but for those who make the rules, break the patterns and trust their feelings, it allows students to live in a respectful, artistic and creative environment where they are not afraid to be themselves, to express their thoughts and to master their talents.
This is our educational system:
⦁ Hassle-free admissions process with no need of high SSAT scores or entrance exam requirements, no prior team sports involvement, and no expectation of annual giving or major donations;
⦁ Fair prices and lower tuition rates than other private schools;
⦁ Small class sizes (mostly 10 and under), ensuring personal and individualized instruction;
⦁ Later morning starts with classes beginning at 9am;
⦁ Longer school schedule (9am-5pm) with 7 hours of instruction per day;
⦁ Emphasis on creativity, inventiveness and the arts;
⦁ No compulsory sports;
⦁ No uniform or restriction on hair length or style – we encourage creativity, individuality and freedom of personal expression;
⦁ An emphasis on an enriched Arts program rather than STEM in addition to the regular BC curriculum;
⦁ Ability to take 5 courses in each semester for a total of 10 in the academic year (other schools offer 8);
⦁ Possibility to complete BC graduation requirements in two years allowing a full year to prepare an arts portfolio for college/university admission.
Academically, its goal is to have every single student accepted by their dream university, especially in creative fields such as Arts, Design, Science and Engineering. With strong portfolios,
Parsons School of Design, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Ontario College of Art and Design, University of Toronto, California College of the Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago and more. our students have been accepted to some of the best arts universities in North America:
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Online Summer School classes WHAT
Online, Canada Royal Arts High School WHERE (contact us via email)
Students (grades 08 to 12) and parents in FOR WHOM MetroVan
July to August 2020 WHEN