Rocky Mountain School District is characterized by its high educational level based on cultural exchange and the acquisition of the English language. The school also maximizes the experience of international students by fostering friendship with Canadian students.
RMISP is located in the same Rocky Mountains of Canada, a unique place in the world, providing the School District with large recreational areas of recognized worldwide prestige (such as its ski resorts). Thanks to this, some of its flagship activities are outdoor camp courses or ski emergency patrols, which offer a unique opportunity to learn and gain experience at the same time. Other elective activities are robotics, forensic science ("CSI" style), culinary arts, digital communication, web design, fire fighting, and tourism. Among the sports courses the district offers ice hockey, soccer and volleyball.
Students stay in the cities of Revelstoke, Golden, lnvermere, Kimberley, Cranbrook or Fernie, all six are beautiful mountain communities. The people who live there love their region, but they like to show it to all international students.
Live, experience and learn in one of the most beautiful places in Canada.
8676 British Columbia 95A
Kimberley BC V1A 3L1, Canadá
The purpose of the British Columbia school system is to help its students develop their individual potential and acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to contribute to a prosperous and sustainable society and economy.
The search for quality in the education and development of students as productive and responsible leaders for life. They will do so through mutual respect and appreciation among the students, staff, and communities of the Rocky Mountain School District.
They promise, as individuals and as an organization, to demonstrate ...
The district motto is: "We will engage deeply, act wisely, and find joy every day."
This year has been the best year of my life. Fernie is a great city to live in and the people here are very friendly. Improving my English and learning about Canada have been amazing. I really don't want to go.