Our job is to ignite curiosity with innovation.
Established in 2010, iLearn Secondary School is a fully accredited, self-paced online high school that offers top quality teaching and online learning experiences. Our sole focus is student success, whatever that may look like.
We provide flexibility and outstanding teaching to bring education into the 21st century while helping develop crucial skills needed for job placements.
Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.
At iLearn Secondary School, we believe that educating the heart is just as important as educating the mind. We are focused on making education more accessible and adaptable for everyone so no student has to compromise on school-life balance.
iLearn was wonderful. The staff is wonderful and I couldn't think of any one negative thing to say about iLearn. My son needed to be pushed a little bit so if the student or parents stay on top of things, it's really good for kids who really want to succeed. If your student is having trouble in school or wants to get ahead, iLearn is way more accommodating and understanding of your needs.
Ms. JohalCurrent Parent of iLearn Student
We Are Adaptable
Students, through learning in new ways, will be more prepared for a changing work environment.
We Are Compassionate
Teachers act as mentors so students have support rather than micromanagement.
We Are Innovative
Students create their own path through education so they can enroll in what truly inspires them.
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Vice PrincipalRead Bio
Vice Principal Lymburner has been involved in education for most of his life. Starting as a teacher, Mr. Lymburner quickly found there is more to education than reading curriculum from a book. When he found iLearn, it was a refreshing approach to his experience in education and he appreciates the personalized curriculum and innovative teaching styles. He believes it is the human connection our team has with students and each other that truly makes iLearn unique.
Mr. Lymburner enjoys meeting students to hear their story in order to understand his students from multiple perspectives. His appreciation for art and creative expression combined with his education background makes Mr. Lymburner a very personable Vice Principal.
Head AdministratorRead Bio
iLearn has changed Ms. Sandhu as a person. Having been with iLearn Secondary for over 6 years, she appreciates the opportunities within her position and loves working with students. As head administrator, Ms. Sandhu does a lot more than process applications. She enjoys listening to students’ goals, achievements, and hardships while offering guiding advice where she can. She empathises with students from all backgrounds as she knows to fully understand one’s situation, you must place yourself into their shoes and experience the surrounding conditions.
Ms. Sandhu values hard work, honesty and self respect and in her spare time, Ms. Sandhu likes to be with family, do yoga, and shop.
“What’s for you, will not pass”
Ms. St. Louis
Ms. St. Louis
Psychology at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
Ms. St. Louis hopes to build off her experience at iLearn to become a social worker and help people in need. Working at iLearn she acknowledges this school as a place where everyone cares about each other. Ms. St. Louis believes we can easily allow fear to control our lives but the best things in life come from pushing past that fear.
Outside of work she loves to be outside. She enjoys anything from hiking to sitting on a beach, to reading, to roadtrips – as long as it is outdoors.
“We all live our lives in the confines of fear”- Ben Howard
UBC BSc. in Biology and currently completing a second Bachelor’s in Kinesiology at UBC.
Ms. Parag enjoys the one-on-one connection she has with students as it allows them to work together towards their goals as they progress through coursework. There is so much more to a student’s life: work, volunteering, athletic interests, etc. that Ms. Parag emphasizes that maintaining academic goals is important but having a realistic perspective on life is crucial.
When she’s not attending school or working at school, Ms. Parag loves to read, watch movies, exercise, and spend time with family.
Trinity Western University, BSc. in Biology
Getting to know and connect with each student as an individual is a rewarding experience for Ms. Eenkhoorn. The compassion, equality, and freedom she feels at iLearn aligns well with her desire to leave the world a better place than she found it. Ms. Eenkhoorn believes that an education means so much more than just attending school.
In her spare time, Ms. Eenkhoorn enjoys reading, hiking, camping, bouldering at the gym, and working on her car.
“Don’t let schooling interfere with your education” – Marc Twain
Simon Fraser University, English.
Mr. Tan is inspired by iLearn’s alternative approach to secondary school. As students work at their own pace to balance academics, personal lives, and cultures, Mr. Tan appreciates the hard work of his students as a daily reminder to apply the same work ethic to his life. He pushes his students and himself to be more fearless and raise expectations because when sights are set high, your actions today can result in achieving a better tomorrow.
Mr. Tan values family, integrity, and authenticity and outside of work he enjoys time with family and his dog, as well as boxing, basketball, and reading.
“shoot your shot” – meaning to take chances.
Marketing SpecialistRead Bio
Entrepreneurship at Gustavson School of Business (UVIC)
Mr. Cedar sees life as an adventure. With ups and downs and new opportunities always present, Mr. Cedar has trained himself to always be positive and on the lookout for new ideas and unique individuals. He strives to be resourceful as he uses his knowledge and relationships to build mutually beneficial partnerships across multiple industries. He is not one for small talk, however if you discuss deep topics or societal issues, he will be fully engaged.
Mr. Cedar enjoys following trends in marketing and technology while keeping time available for sports, exploring the outdoors, or tackling personal projects. He deeply believes that those who have the courage to fail more often, will become the most successful.
“If you find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere” – Frank A. Clark
B.C. Ministry of Education
The purpose of the British Columbia school system is to enable the public school, independent school and home-schooled children enrolled each school year, to develop their individual potential and to acquire the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to contribute to a healthy society and a prosperous and sustainable economy.
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.