Please read the Ministry approved Studio9 limited school classes opening plan for September 2020

Studio9 parent form for agreeing to daily health checks of your child (ren)

The Studio9 COVID-19 safe schools communication plan for 2020-21

Welcome to Studio 9! We are sincerely excited to have your family join our family, and invite you to actively be a part of our growing community. At Studio 9, students LOVE coming to school each day and IMAGINATION is key.

The month by month calendar of special days and activities at Studio9

School Supplies List for the 2020-21 school year.

School Supplies list for the 2020-2021 school year.

School Supplies list for the 2020-21 school year.

School Supplies list for the 2020-21 school year.

Re-enrolment will begin on Feb 8th, 2019.

Please look here for new application letters after that date.

This form is to be completed and returned when registering a student with an IEP.

Enrol your student by printing and filling out this form. You can then drop it off at the school office.

Alternatively, you can fill the form out ONLINE and pay the registration fee at the same time by clicking HERE.

Please print and fill out this form. Return it to the school as soon as possible to start the international registration process.

For international students who wish to stay in Canada away from parents/guardians and study at Studio9, several steps must occur prior to the student attending class.

The School is committed to detecting and preventing any money laundering activities, and to ensuring that it does not become involved in any arrangements involving criminal or terrorist property.

A fun, creative camp. Designed to keep the kids busy till you can get here to pick them up. We can usually be found in the visual art room or outside. On Thursdays we land in the computer lab. As we may be painting, a paint shirt (mens t-shirt) to leave onsite is recommended.  3:30 - 5:00 Monday to Friday. $14 a day or $220 per month.

If you require Financial Assistance with your tuition, please print and fill out this form. It must be submitted to the school office and approved to move forward with the registration process. Ensure you clearly specify the amount of your request and support the request with income statements.

We offer art specific rooms, classrooms, activity room for 300 (gym space), computer lab & a commercial kitchen. We have rental space after 4 p.m. and on weekends for meetings, classes, workshops and gatherings.

The Studio9 Code of Conduct is designed to provide guidelines for appropriate student behaviour while under the jurisdiction of the school or at any school-sponsored function.

Please print and have this form filled out if your child is bringing a friend to visit our school for a day.

Pursuant to section 30 of the Teachers Act, the Director of Certification may issue an independent school teaching certificate to a person who meets the certification requirements and the independent school teaching certificate standards.

If your student needs medication of any kind, we need to have permission to administer it. Please click on the provided link to take you to our PermissionClick page for doing this. Thank you!

The purposes of a student threat assessment are:
to ensure and promote the emotional and physical safety of students, staff, parents, the student making the threat, and others.

The purposes of a student threat assessment are: to ensure and promote the emotional and physical safety of students, staff, parents, the student making threats, and others.

Learning resources, as defined by the Ministry of Education as “information represented, accessible or stored in a variety of media and formats, which assists student learning as defined by the learning outcomes of the provincial curriculum.” Generally, learning resources are texts, videos, software, and other materials that assist students to meet the expectations for learning, as defined by provincial or local curricula.

Personal Information Policy for parents, students and staff members at Studio9

Equivalency, Challenge, Independent Directed Studies, External Credits, Distributed Learning and Dual Credit Policies.

Discipline and Procedural Fairness Policy

Studio9 authorizes teaching and administration personnel to use reasonable and appropriate disciplinary measures.

Studio9 Independent School of the Arts respects that the protection of children from abuse is a fundamental and legal responsibility of everyone in society and in the education system. This policy is intended to specifically address the responsibility of employees, volunteers and others interacting with students at Studio9.

As of September 2, 2007, all B.C. schools (K-12), both public and private, became totally tobacco-free (Tobacco Control Act section 2.2).

Studio9 is committed to the health and safety of its students and anyone attending the School. The School recognizes that the use of drugs, tobacco, vapour products, alcohol, certain medications, and impairment generally can have serious effects on students and the learning environment.

Studio9 is committed to providing a safe, caring and orderly educational environment. The purpose of this policy is to provide for the protection of students’ physical safety, social connectedness, inclusiveness and protection from all forms of bullying and harassment, regardless of their gender, race, culture, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity.

A student or a parent of a student who is enrolled at Studio9 may appeal a decision of an employee of Studio9 which significantly affects the education, health or safety of the student.

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