A small number of international students from Asia and Europe attend IPS. By law international students must obtain a student visa after they have been accepted into the school. For more information please visit: Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
For more information about applying to IPS as an international student, please contact Barbara Bingham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Kevin Lee, IPS class of 2008
For the first few weeks, I was homesick, of course. But the teachers and students at IPS welcomed me so well that I made my first foreign friend in just a one day. I learned many different things both in school and out of school such as ultimate frisbee, hiking and skiing.
The friends at IPS were so nice and friendly to me that I became friends with all of them in just a few weeks. I was excited to go to school every single day. At the Rites of Passage, Graduation Ceremony, I cried. I’m not a guy who usually cries from sad movies and sad situations. But somehow, tears fell out of my eyes. All my friends cried too. That’s how much I loved and enjoyed IPS and my friends. Here I am in Hawaii, in another island and a great school having fun. But I will never forget people in IPS and how much they loved me.