Highschool In-Person & Virtual Programs

High School Programs

Middle School Tuition & Ministry Funds

(GRADES 8 & 9)

$200* Annual Tuition/$600 Minstry Funds
or $0 Tuition/$350 Ministry Funds
(maximum $600 annual tuition per K-9 family)

*bursaries available based on financial need

*$300 cross enrolled per course tuition

Grad Program Tuition & Ministry Funds

(GRADES 10-12)

RCOA Enrolled*: $50 per course tuition (max of $200/learner)

RCOA Registered: $50 per course tuition

Cross-enrolled Learner Tuition: $50 per course tuition

*Ministry Funds: $50 for select elective courses and Physical & Health Education

bursaries available based on financial need

Tuition and program costs may be spread over 10 months or one payment.
PO funds can be applied to RCOA programs, third party services, and/or resources.

The Grade 8 & 9 Homeroom Teacher Approaches

We are eager to support you in this next phase of your Christian education.
Homeroom Hub

We are launching a new program for grades 8 & 9 learners, called Homeroom Hub. At the centre of the Hub is your homeroom teacher who will serve as your primary support for any questions you have.

This program helps bridge the transition from elementary to high school in a cross-curricular blended program of online, in-person, and virtual instruction.  Homeroom Hub covers Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Career Education, and ADST. This program is similar to our K-7 Partners in Education program and is available only to RCOA enrolled learners.

Homeroom Teacher

Learners not participating in Homeroom Hub will have the support of a homeroom teacher who will serve as a primary support for any general questions you might have. Homeroom teachers will also be the teacher for some of their courses.

Grades 10-12 Grad Program Options

The B.C. Certificate of Graduation or Dogwood Diploma is awarded to learners who successfully complete the provincial graduation requirements. Learners require a minimum of 80 credits to graduate. Click here for details.
Dogwood Diploma with RCOA as School of Record (SOR)

With RCOA as your school of record (SOR)*, you will be part of a Christian learning community. Our high school teachers are subject specialists who love teens, and are passionate about fostering creative in-person, online, and virtual learning environments.

Cross Enrolment

We welcome learners from all schools (public, private, campus, online) who are interested in taking one or more courses with us. Your School of Record (SOR)* will report your marks to the Ministry of Education for your transcript.

Adult Dogwood 

This option is for adult learners (18 years of age and older) who want to take courses in order to complete high school and obtain their adult high school diploma. Click here for details.

*SOR is the school where the learner enrolls in the most courses.

Customize Your Learning Plan

Build a program during your curriculum consult with any combination of:
In-Person, Hybrid & LiveStream Classes, Clubs, and Activities

These are the cornerstone of our school as we strive to create opportunities for relationship building. We have carefully chosen an eclectic mix of experiences. All opportunities are taught and guided by Christian teachers and instructors.

Scroll to bottom for details by region

Online Courses

These take you through a course step-by-step in Canvas as you read and view information, upload assignments, and have the support of a course teacher.

Individualized Courses

Collaborate with a certified teacher to select your curriculum and completely customize these courses. This is a great way to continue family-based learning because themes can match those you are touching on across the grades. Work is uploaded to the online platform, Canvas, as you stay in touch with your teacher.

RCOA teens build community connecting face-to-face in our
on-site, hybrid and livestream classes, clubs, and activities.

GRADES 8&9

GRADE 10

GRADE 11

GRADE 12

Current year’s Dates and details for each region and community
are posted in parent’s and participant’s canvas calendars

2021/2022 Daily Schedules will be posted during Spring Break in OTIS ~ times & locations are accessible upon enrolment/registration

Activities include a variety of the following

Recreational

Hikes, Kayaking, Cycling, Rock Climbing, Curling, Skating, Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowshoeing, Waterslides, Paintball, Mini Golf, Whale Watching

Workshops

Science Labs, Theatre Workshops, Medieval Feast, Food Safe Classes, First Aid Courses, Shakespeare, Career Ed Day, Resume Writing, Presentation Skills, Cosmetology, Stained Glass, Pottery, Drama, Blanket Exercise

Field Trips

Playland, Science World, Horne Lake Caves, Youth Innovation Day, Wild Play, Sandcastles Competition, Vancouver Zoo, Aquarium, Planetarium, Waterslides, Legislature, Museum, and more

School Wide Yearly Special Events

*COVID-19: All of our in-person programming is designed to translate partially or fully online, in the event of COVID-19 restrictions.
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IMPORTANT  ADMISSIONS UPDATE


We are sorry to inform you that our Learning Services program is now full for the 2021-2022 school year.  We strive to provide the best possible support for all of our families, and due to an overwhelming response, all of our resources are at capacity.  This means that at this time we are unable to admit any new learners with KPQ or R designations or other learners requiring learning support assistance.

We don't take it lightly that you reached out to us.  We will keep your name on the waitlist in case there are some withdrawals, but we recommend that you seek other arrangements for your Fall programming.  

Blessings to you as you plan your year

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Enrolment for the 2021/22 school year is now open!

Returning Families - enrolment opened February 1st

New Families -enrolment opened March 1st

Our Learning Support and Special Education Program's are FULL
APPLICATION
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