Ways to Learn
Signing up for school? Want to explore learning at home? Check out these flexible learning options and find the place that best meets your goals.
There are over 60,000 students in B.C.’s school system who self-identify as being of Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis or Inuit) ancestry.
Get a world-class education at one of British Columbia’s many schools and educational institutions. Find a local school for your child, check out career training or explore how to study abroad.
Every B.C. community is rich with learning opportunities – indoor and outdoor, formal and informal. Here are some ideas about places you might like to explore:
Experience French language and culture—learn the language, study in French or find out about exchange programs, bursaries and program funding.
A familiar and comfortable place to learn makes education enjoyable. Creating an excellent learning environment involves surroundings that are calm, secure and fun – just like at home.
In this style of learning, students can connect with their teacher from anywhere in the world on their own schedule and their own terms. This approach is called distributed learning (DL).