We appreciate your interest in our institution.
At ECIC, we pride ourselves on creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for students from all over the world. We comprehend how stressful it can be to adjust to a new school. We hope our FAQs can give you all the details you require;
The Alberta Program of Studies is used to guide the curriculum at ECIC. The Kindergarten through Grade 12 curriculum in Alberta is intended to support students in realizing their unique potential and building a bright future. What students are expected to learn and do in all subjects and grades is laid out in the provincial curricula.
For more information on our curriculum, please visit the Alberta Education website here: https://education.alberta.ca/science-k-6/program-of-studies/?searchMode=3
The application process is made simpler by our admissions portal, which includes detailed instructions at each stage. Visiting Application.
Every year in January, registration for the following school year begins; however, applications are accepted all year long.
Please see the School Fee page.
Students are not required to be fluent in English, but may require an assessment.
Yes. Upon receiving an application, we evaluate each student’s needs to make sure we can provide any necessary support services. Right now, our department of student support services provides a variety of services, including speech therapy, literacy support, and counseling.
All students from KG upwards are required to learn Arabic. We offer both Arabic 1 & 2.
We also offer French at Secondary level.
Yes. At ECIC we offer art, music, drama and band
Yes. In our cafeteria, you can get hot meals, sandwiches, and wholesome snacks.
For our KG1 and KG2 students, we provide a subscription for classroom delivery service.
Yes, we provide a bus service.
Yes. We have an official ECIC school uniform that must be worn by all students.
We believe that extra-curricular activities are just as important as academic learning for the wellbeing of our students. Please see our schedule here
After School Clubs & Activities
Students in grades 3, 6, and 9 take provincial achievement tests to evaluate grade-level standards and expectations, and Grade 12 students write provincial examinations in core subject areas to qualify for an Alberta High School Diploma. This internationally recognized diploma permits students’ entry into university programs throughout North America and the world.
Sun-Wed 8:00am – 3:45pm
Thurs 8:00am – 2:45pm
Important notes :
- It is crucial to be aware that Alberta Education and the British system have different grade/year levels if your child is currently enrolled in a school that uses the British curriculum.
- Because ECIC receives a large number of applications, the Admissions Department is unable to personally respond to every family about their application status. All communication about your child’s application will now be done through the online admissions enrollment system.
- The completed Admissions Application is not an offer of admission. A place in only guaranteed and held for the student once an acceptance letter is sent, all documents are received and, payment is made.
- The school reserves the right to place your child in the grade level that it deems appropriate in accordance with the Ministry of Education’s guidelines, the school’s age acceptance policy, and your child’s aptitude.
- If your application is successful, you agree to the rules and regulations of the Canadian International School as set out in the Parent/Student Handbook.
We want to thank everyone who applied and wish you all the best for the upcoming year!
In the hopes of offering your kids spots here at ECIC, we are looking forward to meeting you soon!