Delta School District’s International Student Program has been nominated as a finalist in the StudyTravel ST Secondary School Awards 2022 in the High School Board/District in Canada category.
The peer-voted StudyTravel Awards celebrate outstanding secondary education providers and the contributions they make to the education industry as a whole.
Delta School District currently has students from 28 different countries in its international student program for the 2021/2022 academic year.
“We are honoured to have been voted by our industry peers for this prestigious award and want to take this opportunity to thank our valued partners for their ongoing support over the last few years,” said Karen Symonds, Director, International Student Programs.
Each award category consists of just five finalists.
About the StudyTravel ST Awards
StudyTravel magazine is a leading voice in the international education sector. They work with a variety of organizations and institutions such as language schools, high schools, colleges and universities.
Annually, education consultants vote for their preferred program in a range of categories worldwide including study travel agencies, language providers, vocational colleges, secondary schools, service providers and associations.
About Delta School District International Student Program
Delta School District runs International Education programs through its 31 schools in Delta, Ladner and Tsawwassen. We welcome international students from age five to 18 in short term, full year, and summer camp programs.
Delta staff run and monitor the custodianship and homestay program personally with 24-hour service. They run monthly sightseeing activities such as ski trips to Whistler, whale watching, camp excursions and more. Delta staff assist students with university and college applications and run university fairs.
With continuous intake, students can start at the beginning of each month all year long. For more information, please visit: https://godelta.ca/.