About the Course
The Nova Scotia International Student Program opens up an exciting world of high school education for students from all corners of the globe.
You can choose between single-semester adventures or go all-in for a full year at one of the 70+ junior and senior high schools.
Nova Scotia isn't just a beautiful place; it's safe, clean, and boasts one of the world's best healthcare systems. You will get an amazing education and a welcoming homestay experience.
You get to pick from a bunch of cool subjects like arts, sciences, languages, and computers. but it's not just about books and classes. You can dive into extracurricular activities like soccer, volleyball, basketball, curling, skiing, or even unleash your creative side with art projects.
Plus, you'll be paired with a host family in the same area as your school. They become your second family, including you in all their celebrations and outings.
Nova Scotia isn't just a place for school; it's a place to grow and have the adventure of a lifetime!
Why the Nova Scotia Program?
It's a beautiful safe and clean safe Region
You can choose between 70 + Junior and Sr High schools
Boasts one of the world's best healthcare systems
Very affordable programme
Lots of cool subjects to study from and lots of extra currilular activities
You can graduate
ELTis English test
Consultation meeting with the candidate (online)
Support in filling the Registration online form and Visa application
Transfer from the airport to the host family and vice versa (at the beginning and end of the programme)
24/7 Emergency assistance
Custodianship (Constant presence on site of a guardian who will look after the wellbeing of the students)
Constant Programme Supervision
1 Year- Free online course
Deadline to apply: 15 March 2024 - for September 2024 start (One full Academic Year) and 31 October 2024 - for February 2025 start (1 Semester)
NOVA SCOTIA OPTIONS:
The NS Program offer students the option to choose from a variety of courses including:
advanced math, art, biology, calculus, chemistry, computer sciences, dance,
design technology, drama, economics, English, film & video production, food sciences,
French, Gaelic, geography, history, journalism, law, mathematics, multimedia arts, music,
music production, oceanography, physics geology and Spanish.
Students are encouraged to join clubs and activities within their school community.
Here are a few to choose from: Amnesty International, art, band, chess, choir, computer,
dance, debating, drama, international and travel, judo, karate, model parliament,
model United Nations, musical, newspaper, peer mediation, photography, prom,
public speaking, robotics, school dances, student council, writing, yearbook, and yoga
All schools in Nova Scotia belong to School Sport Nova Scotia. With 18 sports to choose
from, students have lots of opportunity to be involved in school sport.
FALL: baseball, Canadian football, cross-country running, golf, soccer, volleyball.
WINTER: basketball, cheerleading, curling, ice hockey, skiing, snowboarding, table tennis.
SPRING: badminton, girls field hockey, rugby, softball slo-pitch, track and wrestling.
Outside of school, there are a lot more opportunities to get involved!
Some examples of community opportunities are:
dance (ballet, jazz, hip hop, etc), figure skating, horseback riding, indoor soccer, junior football, lacrosse, martial arts (karate, judo, taekwondo-do, etc.), mountain biking, road racing, rock climbing, sailing, Scouts and Girl Guides, skiing, snowboarding, surﬁng, swimming, tennis and triathlon.
Program Organized Activities
With so many activities to choose from, it is hard to ﬁnd time to do more. But students do.
The NS Program also have students participate in activities like: apple picking, beach trips,
dinner theatre, fishing, fossil hunting, Halloween & Christmas parties, ice skating, maple syrup
making, movies, professional hockey and basketball games, school trips, sleigh rides,
snowshoeing, surfing, wagon rides, whale watching, winter carnivals, and so much more.