Parent Guide

Information for Parents

School Hours:

Primary: 8:30-3:00pm

19533 64th Avenue

 

Intermediate: 8:45-3:15pm

17465 60th Avenue

 

Senior: 9:00-3:30pm

18620 56th Avenue

Tuition & Fees

There are three tuition payment plans available, with 1, 5, or 8 instalments. Acceptable tuition payment methods are Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD) or cheques. Upon registration, the tuition deposit and the registration fee are due. For late enrollments (after April 1), we utilize a catch-up payment procedure. Any past-due installments will be due and are processed along with your deposit, new student fee and donation. 

Methods of payment include: personal cheque, bank draft or Pre-Authorized Debit (PAD). 

E-transfers, cash, and credit card payments are not accepted. Additionally, MySchool accounts cannot be used to pay tuition with a credit card. Please ensure payments are made through authorized methods.

Returnable Campus Campaign Bond

The board has set the Campus Campaign obligation at $15,000 per child to a maximum of $25,000 per family. These funds will be held separately from operating funds and will only be used for capital projects such as land and building acquisitions.  Your payment will be repaid upon your child’s graduation or leaving the school by the incoming FVS families.  

You are free to fulfill this requirement through your own financial means or financial institution.  If you choose to donate the amount of the capital instead of requesting repayment, you will receive a tax receipt for that donation. For late enrollments (After April 1) the CCP is due by September 1. If enrolled after September 1, the CCP is due within 3 months of the first day of class. 

To acknowledge your contribution to the CCP, a questionnaire will be posted to your MySchool account with the appropriate contract.

If you are not able to meet these requirements, please book a time with our Head of School.

Uniforms

Use the links below to access the uniform ordering information. 

 

Kindergarten to grade 5 students are expected to come dressed for P.E. three days a week.

Senior students in grade 6-12 are required to change for P.E. class and will come to school in their formal uniform. It is important for all students to come prepared for physical education activities in appropriate attire. This will ensure a safe and comfortable experience during P.E. classes.

 

We recommend purchasing at least 2 P.E. shirts

The school uniform policy allows for the purchase of black pants/shorts, socks, white dress shirts, and black P.E. hoodies from any supplier. However, all branded items must be purchased from the designated uniform suppliers.

 

It’s important to note that the school does not have access to your uniform order. If you need assistance, please reach out to the uniform suppliers directly.

Supplies

For the senior program, student supplies are available through the provided link.

It is important to note that students in Kindergarten to Grade 9 are not required to purchase supplies, as these are already included with their tuition. Please utilize the link to access the necessary supplies for the senior program.