Truro, Nova Scotia
Students are supported by host families, student ambassadors, school liaisons, and NSISP staff
Students come from more than 30 countries around the world
25:1 student to homestay coordinator ratio
Monthly student activities organized in each school board
English, ESL, French, Spanish, Gaelic, Mathematics,
Advanced Math, Calculus, Biology, Chemistry, Physics
Geology, Oceanography, Food Sciences, History,
Geography, Economics, Law, Computer Sciences,
Design Technology, Multimedia Arts, Film & Video
Production, Art, Dance, Drama, Music, Yoga, Journalism,
The Nova Scotia International Student Program offers high school education to students from around the world.
Single semester and/or full year programs are available in over 80 junior and senior high schools.
Nova Scotia is a safe, clean province with one of the best health care systems in the world.
The Nova Scotia International Student Program is committed to providing an excellent education and homestay environment to all international students.
Students are given the opportunity to choose from a variety of subjects focusing on arts, sciences, languages, and computers.
The subjects are taught under the careful supervision of certified teachers. All schools follow curriculum set by the provincial government. Students can also choose from a variety of extracurricular activities such as soccer, volleyball, basketball, curling, skiing, and creative art to name a few.
Students are closely matched with a host family who lives in the area they will attend school. The host family provides a caring home environment for the student. Students are made to feel a part of their host family and are included in all celebrations and outings. Education in Nova Scotia – It is a place to grow.
To learn more about the Nova Scotia International Student Program, please visit their website at https://nsisp.ca/.
Find out more about the Nova Scotia International Student Program and other Pathway Schools by registering today for the Atlantic Canada Learning Summit!