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Private schools in Burnaby, BC

Find the top Burnaby private schools

Burnaby is located in British Columbia, just east of Vancouver. It has the third largest population in BC, and its main neighbourhoods include Central and East Burnaby, Westridge, Capitol Hill, Oakdale, and Vancouver Heights. Read more


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Langley, British Columbia — Whytecliff is a safe, empathetic & supportive place for teens with a diverse range of learning needs / personal challenges. Our positive community & high-growth environment pulls each child up to be their very best! View School Profile.


  • Safe, empathetic, supportive community for students with a diverse range of learning needs
  • Low student-to-educator ratio of less than 5:1 lets us really get to know you
  • Each child gets a personalized program tailored to their unique gifts, strengths, and talents
  • Dual-accredited as both an independent school and a Positive Youth Development program
  • Kids love it here! On average, student attendance doubles (vs. previous learning environment)
Grades:
8 to 12 (Coed)
Type:
Progressive
Tuition:
$4,900 to $19,500
Living:
Homestay/Day
Enrollment:
47
Avg. Class:
3 to 6
Whytecliff Agile Learning Centres 4900 HighSchools Homestay Day Coed
  • Kelowna, British Columbia
  • NS to JK Coed
  • $6,450 to $18,420

CEFA is Canada’s leading Early Learning Private School, preparing children ages one to five for kindergarten and for life. CEFA offers the finest start in core education and fine arts.

  • Day
CEFA Early Learning - British Columbia 6450 Preschool Kindergarten Day Coed

Benefits of Burnaby schools

There are many great private and independent schools in Burnaby. These schools tend have challenging academics, lots of extracurriculars, a close-knit community, and a rich student life.

Many Burnaby schools also have benefits shared by some other private schools. Below, we list some of the main ones.

Choosing a Burnaby private school

There are many different types of schools in Burnaby. These include boarding, Montessori, special needs, gifted, IB, and Christian schools.

You’ll want to do plenty of research before you choose a school for your child. This is an important decision that shouldn’t be rushed.

You should look into several schools carefully before making a decision. And make sure to schedule a school visit, take a tour, talk to school officials and parents, and ask lots of questions. You can also check out our comprehensive school profiles, on OurKids.net.

There are several factors that should be considered before choosing a school. Depending on you, your child, and your family, some will be more important than others.

On this page, we list private and independent schools in Burnaby, BC. Click on a school profile to learn more about it, and connect directly with a school to set up a visit, tour, and learn how to register your child.  

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