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Profiles of Excellence: Nearly 95% of graduates from this Coquitlam private school advance to top five Canadian universities

Royal Bridge High School is one of the most popular high schools for students who aspire to pursue post-secondary education
Yolanda Zhang, director of marketing at Royal Bridge High School.

Whether the objective is to prepare for university acceptance in North America or abroad, the foundation for your child's future is established in a quality high school, one where the environment aligns with learning spaces designed to stimulate critical thinking, expand their horizons, and adapt to their individual needs.

This is the kind of optimal learning experience you can expect at Royal Bridge High School (RBHS), an educational setting that fosters an adolescent's intellectual growth and offers a sense of accomplishment.

RBHS sets a high bar. With a 100% graduation rate and 94.6% of students advancing to the top five Canadian Universities, their graduates' successes have made them one of the most popular private high schools for students who endeavour to pursue university placement. Not to mention, in 2022, 283 students received an offer from top 50 universities.

Together with students, parents and stakeholders, RBHS has created an environment built on excellence, personal success, inspirational student leadership, and providing the skills and education necessary to meet the demands of the modern world.

Royal Bridge seeks to develop and promote these character qualities in its students to help them succeed: respect, kindness, dedication, hard work, cross-cultural sensitivity, tolerance, critical thinking and global perspective and awareness.

Comprehensive courses and programs

Open to students in Grades 10 through 12, RBHS offers the opportunity to study in a safe, caring and nurturing environment with the full B.C. Curriculum, as well as after-school classes, to support study habits and build a solid academic foundation.

The newly revised B.C. curriculum allows Royal Bridge to meet the needs of its students better and—with new assessment methods— to showcase its unique talents and abilities.

Students can anticipate wide-ranging, dynamic and challenging opportunities to become actively involved in their learning and to pursue comprehensive interests in academics, athletics, fine arts, and more, plus co-curricular activities.

Application is competitive—RBHS seeks strong students who are driven to succeed and who must demonstrate their academic achievements, goals, and background during the admissions process.

To enroll in Royal Bridge High School, students must meet the following requirements:

  • Evidence of good academic standing and behaviour in their current school, plus provide transcripts and/or the last two official report cards
  • Upon request, produce two letters of reference, supporting details regarding academic ability, behaviour, and the ability to succeed academically and socially as an international student
  • Upon request, a one-to-two-page hand-written student statement that contains a self-introduction and pertinent details surrounding why the student wants to attend RBHS
  • An interview with the principal may be requested
  • Appropriate documentation: a photocopy of a valid passport and a recent photo

The Royal Bridge faculty comprises only the most highly qualified and experienced teachers who teach creative and critical thinking skills, social responsibility, and strong interpersonal skills. They're strongly motivated to help open the doors of learning through their own passion for the profession, a dedication to lifelong learning, and the willingness to model the school's expectations to all of their learners.

Through individual support and guidance for the unique needs of each student, they pledge to care for each student, from the application process through graduation and transition to a university placement.

RBHS expects its graduates to be fully equipped to succeed and thrive at universities in Canada, the U.S. and overseas.

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