The Long-Term program takes place over a single semester (September – January or February - June) or a full school year (September to June). Grades 5-12 international students are integrated into regular classes with local students. High school students (Grades 9-12) are able to gain credit for courses completed, and may also choose a program that leads to graduation with a Manitoba high school diploma. For those students requiring language assistance, our schools offer an English as an Additional Language program.
Courses Available at Mountain View School Division High Schools (Grades 9-12)
Academic courses are available in the following areas:
Vocational courses vary from school to school, and are available in the following areas:
Courses Available at Mountain View School Division Middle Schools (Grades 5-8)
The Middle Years program focuses on Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Arts and Physical Education/Health, with some options for Music/Band, Home Economics, Industrial Arts and French.
Assessment and Reporting
International students receive a division report card that provides parents and students with a summative report on credits completed and level of achievement in each course. MVSD has three reporting periods for middle years students (fall, winter and end of year) and four reporting periods for high school students (two reports for each semester). Students in the Long-Term Program will receive an official transcript of completed credits.