Digital Learning (DL)
Course curriculum is delivered online. The DL program is great for a student who values freedom and can complete coursework with autonomy.
Individuality is the solution, not the problem.
We believe there is no one-size-fits-all approach. We use distributed learning and a personalized education plan so students develop valuable life skills such as critical thinking, self-advocacy, and responsibility. The life skills acquired at iLearn will improve many aspects of life both academically and beyond the curriculum.
Life at iLearn
Students should be free to write their own future.
At iLearn students experience education on demand. We understand the importance of freedom and flexibility while learning. We ensure families are in control by wrapping the BC curriculum around each student and their family. We shape education around the values, preferences, and schedules of each student so they can pursue personal and academic goals.
B.C. Ministry of Education
The ministry’s role is to provide leadership and funding to the k 12 education system, through governance. legislation, policy and standards. Specific roles and responsibilities are set out under the School Act, Independent School Act, Teachers Act, Library Act, First Nations Education Act, and accompanying regulations. The ministry of education places student success at the center of its mandate, by continually focusing on improving results and ensuring the equity of access for all learners.
The Federation of Independent School Associations in BC (FISA BC) is a voluntary association of all major independent school groups in the province of British Columbia. FISA BC represents 307 schools enrolling approximately 94% of the students attending independent schools. FISA advocates for parental choice, recognition and funding; supports Independent School Associations in their pursuit of excellence; strengthens educational practice; and contributes to the public good.
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The best students for iLearn are those who can learn independently. Not all students are ready for independence but those who attend iLearn will be more prepared for life after graduation. No one in college or university tells you when to sit in class or do work, it’s all on you. Thanks to iLearn, I can schedule time and track assignments, which will pile up if you cannot schedule your time well. Where most find it hard, I was fully prepared to work with my professors and build rapport. iLearn also helped me build the skills I needed to tackle bad habits like procrastination.
Saad ShoaibFormer iLearn Student