- Prayerfully consider applying to Fountainview Academy
- Read the Student Handbook
- Apply by ensuring that the following items are submitted to Fountainview Academy. Your application will not be processed until all items are received.
- Completed application and personal essay
- Copy of grades or reports from grade 9 to the present
- Copy of the applicant’s birth certificate
- Current picture of the applicant
- Non-refundable application fee; $25 CAD/USD
- (3) Fountainview character reference forms (not letters) from the following three persons (non-relative adults).
- Your pastor or head elder
- A principal/teacher who has taught you recently.
- Some other adult who knows you well (a non-relative).
- If English is your second language, you will be required to take the Duolingo English Proficiency Test.
In order to graduate in British Columbia, students transferring to Fountainview Academy in grades 11 or 12 from another program or from a home school setting must have their previous coursework evaluated to establish graduation credits. The principal will typically perform this evaluation during the admissions process. In some cases, these students will have coursework from the grade 10 level that needs to be made up in order to fulfill the graduation requirements. Most students will need to complete this coursework during the summer. Please contact the principal for details and arrangements.
International Students: Due to British Columbia Ministry of Education requirements, students whose courses have not been taught in either English or French for grades 10 and 11 may not enter Fountainview Academy for just grade 12 and earn a BC Dogwood Diploma (graduate certificate). We would encourage students who have not been educated in either English or French to apply to Fountainview Academy for either grade 10 or 11.
Fountainview Academy is a Group 4 school and offers a college-prep academic program certified by the British Columbia Ministry of Education. Graduates receive the provincial diploma, the “Dogwood Certificate”.