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    • KGIC Surrey Junior + Children ESL TRANSFER TO A CANADIAN HIGH SCHOOL! Let us help your child succeed.
    • KGIC Children Program
      • Children’s English (6~13 years)
      • Learn in a dynamic, encouraging environment
      • Express and develop creativity through individual and group work
      • BC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL books and ESL guidelines
      • 6 levels
      • Weekly & Monthly Progress Reports
      • Bridge to ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
    • KGIC Juniors Program
      • Juniors’ English (13~17 years)
      • English Only Speaking Policy
      • High School Preparation Elective
      • BC HIGH SCHOOL books and ESL guidelines
      • BC Provincial English Exam Preparation
      • 6 levels
      • Weekly & Monthly Progress Reports
      • Bridge to HIGH SCHOOLS
    • Chilliwack Schools (Grade 1 ~ 12) Direct transfer to Academic Programs KGIC Children & Juniors ESL PROGRAM St. John Brebeuf Secondary School (Grade 8 ~ 12) Direct transfer to Academic Programs Langley Schools (Grade 1 ~ 12) Direct transfer to Academic Programs Delta Schools (Grade 1 ~ 12) Direct transfer to Academic Programs
      • Delta School District Approved Ministry of Education equivalency Credits
      • Up to 4 credits for Successful completion of 24 weeks of AIE curriculum
      • AIE= Adventures in English – text book series used at KGIC.
      New Junior Curriculum with Ministry of Education Credits Interview Level 3 Pacific Passages Level 3 Home Away from Home Level 4 Food Fabulous 2 credits from Ministry of Education Interview Level 4 On the Move in the City Level 5 Explorations Level 5 Olympic Prospects 2 credits from Ministry of Education
    • KGIC Advantages
      • Study English language skills and gain multicultural experience preparing for life in Canadian schools
      • Provide a general overview of the subjects students will encounter in a Canadian classroom
      • Effective transition into public/private school
    • Easy to Apply - Step by Step -
      • Stage 1 : KGIC application form + Homestay application form (if required) + Public school application sheet + Transcripts (last 2 years) Must be translated into English
      • Stage 2: Tuition fee for KGIC study period + public school application fee + public school tuition deposit + Immunization record Must be in translated into English
      • Once Accepted to Bridge Program
      • Stage 3: Receive LOA from bridge school after they receive the full tuition
    • Chilliwack School District
        • Advantages of Chilliwack School District
        • -98% students are native English speakers
        • -Personalized care and attention for ESL students
        • -Immerse into English speaking Environment
    • Langley School District Advantages of Langley school District -Less than 5% non-native speakers in each school -Experienced international education staffs -Specialized Fine Arts Program: Visual Arts, Music, Dance, Drama
    • St. John Brebeuf Secondary School Advantages of SJB -Private Catholic school environment allows close individual attention -SJB emphasizes discipline and respect -Modern facility with strong physical education and athletic program
    • Delta School District Advantages of Delta school district -Perfect ratio of international to Canadian students (less than 1% of the overall population) -Staffs are committed to student improvement and high achievement