Funding Support under Official Languages in Education Protocol (OLEP)

School District Financial Report Search

Every school year, school districts are required to report on how they spent the additional funding received for French education programs. To access these reports, please use the search box below.

Enter a keyword or keywords (e.g., school district and school year) and click on the magnifying glass search symbol. You will be able to refine your search afterwards.


School district funding

With support from the Government of Canada, the British Columbia Ministry of Education and Child Care provides additional funding to independent schools and school districts offering French education programs (e.g. Francophone, French Immersion, Intensive French and Core French programs).

The following grants are available to school districts:

  • Learning Assistance Grant
  • E-Learning Technologies Grant
  • Learning Resources Grant
  • Teacher Professional Development Grant
  • Cultural Activities Grant
  • Core French Grant
  • French Immersion Grant
  • Intensive/Enhanced Core French Grant

Additional French Second Language Funding for French Immersion Programs:

  • The Ministry will be receiving $22M additional funding from the Government of Canada to support FSL learning and help students across the country achieve greater levels of bilingualism through French Immersion programs.
  • In order to access this funding, school districts are required to complete a short French Immersion Growth Funding Questionnaire (PDF) by July 4.
  • The funding is intended to support French Immersion program growth and reduce waitlists to French Immersion programs.
  • For 2021-22, school district FSL funding was increased by about 15%. Here is the updated Federal Funding by School District 2021/22 (PDF).

To learn more about each grant (purpose, criteria, funding formula, etc.), please consult the French Funding Guide 2021-22/2022-23 (PDF).