What We Offer

We are proud to be a small school community. Our size allows families to develop relationships based on common values, with their child’s education as a priority.

Through volunteering and participating in school events, families and students experience a sense of belonging and community. In turn, this provides students with the self-confidence to be active, committed and caring community members.

Our dedicated Head of School, Ms. Laurel Middelaer, and our experienced and energetic faculty know our students. They take pride in knowing our students. They understand that when students are known, they will learn and flourish in ways that would otherwise not be possible.

To be known and to belong serve as the foundation for our students to succeed and thrive. We provide a rich academic learning environment based in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program.

Our well-trained faculty supports our students learning within a global context; to be thoughtful and critical thinkers; and to develop problem-solving skills, allowing them to be courageous contributors both now and in their future.

Our academic program prepares students for the world of educational and life challenges they are going to face. 

At FVS we are committed to keeping the tuition as accessible as possible, while providing a high quality education for learners and families. Financial accessibility provides the highest probability of attracting the best possible students, both in term of character and academics. We are dedicated to making wise, informed, well-researched and thoughtful decisions that will strengthen enrollment in the broadest sense. 

School Demographics

At Fraser Valley School, our learners share the responsibility of ensuring a safe environment that values diversity and different perspectives. We are defined by the bravery of our words and deeds, which are based on integrity, empathy, and respect. Our inquiring problem solvers use their knowledge and skills for the benefit of others.

Our campuses are often described as having a warm community atmosphere due to our small class sizes. With a maximum average of 2 classes per grade beginning with 16 students in the early-years and increasing to 22 in the middle years, everyone is a familiar face. 

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Fraser Valley School is a candidate school* for the MYP.

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