Bodwell is attracting students of all backgrounds, from Canada and around the world. Since 1991, their dedicated administration and faculty have offered an engaging Grade 8 to 12 curriculum for boys and girls. In addition to pursuing excellence in academics, sports and fine arts, they provide a culturally-diverse environment for students from around the globe, and enable them to become active learners and well-rounded citizens who contribute positively to the world.
FEE SCHEDULE (Effective September 2016 – August 2017)
Application Fee* $300 Tuition Fee (2 Terms): • International Students $15,800 Boarding Program Monthly Fee $1,650 Damage Depost: Accomodation** $400 Custodianship Declaration* $400 Medical Insurance (2 Terms) $700 School Uniform $950 Student Clubs & Activities (2 Terms) $700 Information Technology Fee (2 Terms) $400 Damage Deposit (Laptop, Textbooks)** $800
- Academic Preparation Program (August 14 – September 4, 2016) $3,300
- Band Instrument Rental (2 Terms) $300
- Graduate Fee $400
- Homestay Placement Fee* º $400
- Homestay Monthly Fee º $1,100
- Transportation to or from Vancouver International Airport º $150
* Non-refundable. | ** Refundable upon departure from Bodwell High School.
º All new students start in boarding. Upon completion of the Boarding Program, students may move to a Bodwell homestay.
All fees are in Canadian dollars including applicable taxes. Bodwell High School is bonded with the Ministry of Education, Province of British Columbia. The bonding arrangement ensures that all fees paid to Bodwell High School are insured against liabilities. All international students are required to initially register and pay in full for a minimum of two terms. A student may register and pay termly if one of the parents is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
The boarding accommodation monthly fee includes: a complete youth development program based on our Life Skills Development Curriculum, supervision, professional support, study hall (4 evenings/week), leadership & service opportunities, organized activities, events and outings, weekly clubs, shared accommodation (2-4 students/room), daily buffet breakfast and dinner, set lunch, evening snack, bedding and linens, and laundry facilities.
Two terms of medical insurance includes 3 months private insurance and 6 months on the B.C. Medical Services Plan.
The information technology (IT) fee includes a PC laptop rental, Microsoft Office Suite, IT support, training, classroom collaboration tools, cloud storage and backup, anti-virus software, content filter protection and wireless internet capabilities.
Band instrument rentals will be charged to students taking band. Band is a requirement for Grade 8 and 9 students.
A graduate fee is charged to all students graduating at Bodwell High School. It includes: graduation ceremony, dinner, trip, yearbook and other souvenirs.
Boarding and homestay programs are managed by Bodwell Student Services and the Academic Preparation Program (APP) by Bodwell College.