Tuition: K-12 enrollment

Definition - "School age student:" A student between the age of 5 by December 31 of the current calendar year and 19 on or after July 1 of the current school year.

Definition - "School year:" the period from July 1 to June 30.

Gr. K-9, school-aged BC resident

Tuition: $150 per student if student is school-age and is a BC resident

Students enjoy courses delivered in a variety of ways. Some prefer structured, prepared courses while others opt for a high level of community interaction and life experience.  All courses meet the requirements of the BC Curriculum.

Non-consumable resources are provided through the Pathways Academy Library (PAL).  Approved consumable resources and community lessons are provided through Ministry, per-student funding and are purchased by you with a purchase order (PO) system. Families have access to school subscriptions for selected websites.

Gr. 10-12, school-aged BC resident

Tuition: $200 per student (for one or more courses) if student is school-age and is a BC resident

Students enjoy courses delivered in a variety of ways. Some prefer structured, prepared courses while others opt for a high level of community interaction and life experience.  All courses meet the requirements of the BC Curriculum.

Integrated course delivery.  Most required resources are provided by the school.  Non-consumable resources are provided through the Pathways Academy Library (PAL).   Families have access to school subscriptions for selected websites.

Gr. 10-12, school-aged Canadian resident

Tuition: $600 per course if student is a Canadian resident living outside BC.

 

Tuition: K-12 cross-enrollment

Students from another school of record may cross-enroll with Pathways for one or more courses.  The following tuition rates include access to course-related resources available from our Pathways Academy Library (PAL) with a $100 refundable deposit.  Family Resource Account (FRA) funding is not available.  Please contact Pathways Academy for more information.

Definition - "School age student:" A student between the age of 5 by December 31 of the current calendar year and 19 on or after July 1 of the current school year.

Definition - "School year:" the period from July 1 to June 30.

Gr. K-9, cross-enrolled, school-aged Canadian resident

Tuition: $500 per course if student is school-age and resides anywhere in Canada (including BC)

Gr. 10-12, cross-enrolled, school-aged BC resident

Tuition: $200 per student (for one or more courses) if student is school-age and is a BC resident

 

Tuition: Graduated Adult or Non-graduated Adult

Definition - "Adult (non-school age):" A student 19 years of age prior to July 1 of the current school year. An adult is defined as somebody older than "school age" as defined in the School Act.

Definition - "School year:" the period from July 1 to June 30.

Non-Graduated Adult

Tuition: $184 per course

Graduated Adult

Tuition: $600 per course