St. George’s School in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is a world-class boys boarding school offering a day program to students in Grade 1 to 12 and a residential life program to Grade 8 to 12. One of top private schools for boys in Canada. Great location and facilities! St. George's School in Vancouver offers urban boarding it city centre.
Boarding provides a unique opportunity for students to live and learn as part of an active and vibrant school community. What makes residential life at St. George’s unique is our urban surroundings: we live in a safe, residential area that is only minutes away from the heart of one of the world’s most exciting cities.
With 115 students from over 15 different countries and 10 House Parents and their families living on-site, Harker Hall is a diverse an engaging environment that is warm, welcoming and conducive to effective learning. Apart from academics, we offer an extensive activities program and residential curriculum. With over 50 problem-solving based academic options, from advanced mathematics to psychology to animation; with over 20 Advanced Placement courses that are internationally recognized; with over 50 athletic options, 50 clubs, and 60% of the student body enrolled in band; with a designated Community Service program that has students building schools in Peru, St. George’s School knows what it takes to prepare its students for university and for life. That is why 100% of its students consistently gain admission to the finest universities worldwide. In fact, over 30% of the graduating class enter some of the top universities in the US while over 10% head off to select universities in the United Kingdom. The fine and performing arts are equally well represented through performances by our nationally honoured concert bands and art exhibits from a vibrant visual arts program. St. George's theatre-style auditorium hosts four major dramatic productions each year. More than twenty clubs meet regularly, with eager participation in the Duke of Edinburgh program (focusing on wilderness and service initiatives) and the Public Service Club (more than 150 members).
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