“At Island Pacific School you always feel someone is there, who loves you or is there for you to learn…
…it made me know who I was, it made me figure out who I wanted to be in life. It made me realize how great I could be.”
Watch our video to see why Island Pacific School, located on Nex̱wlélex̱wm (Bowen Island) is no ordinary middle school
It’s never too early to start planning your child’s crucial middle years.
Science Fair & Open House
Have you ever wondered if plants grow upward even if they are planted upside down?
Or if your eye colour, age or gender will affect your ability to see colour?
Coffee with Scott and our team
The first Wednesday of every month
A casual opportunity for current families to invite prospective families to get to know Island Pacific School as well as an opportunity for them to connect with Scott and his team.
Tell Your Friends Café, on the pier on Bowen Island.
The next meet is Wednesday, January 4th, 8:30am – 9:30am – psstt…the coffee’s on us!
Can a 14-year-old be expected to conduct a public presentation similar to a TED talk? IPS students have been doing so for over 20 years through a program called Masterworks.
Our middle school curriculum recognizes the importance of independent study. Self-selected, self-directed, and self-presented, this Masterworks independent study project is compulsory for every Grade 9 student and marks a significant academic achievement at IPS.
Meet the Students!
They are alive and inspired, brave and accepted, and challenged daily to express the best of what it means to be human. They feel a sense of belonging and acceptance and are innovative and resilient. They are amazing!
Our program is developed to equip and inspire middle school kids to cultivate their humanity. IPS is distinctly different: a middle school with 64-72 kids taught by middle school experts.
1st & 2nd Curriculum comprises a wide range of subjects. But a day at Island Pacific School is much more than a list of classes.
At Island Pacific School it is our job as educators to equip and inspire students to cultivate their humanity.