By Gagandeep Ghuman
Published: March. 23, 2013
Coast Mountain Academy (CMA), a co-educational independent school located at Quest University Canada, is ready to welcome its first students this upcoming September.
Registration is now open for students entering grade 7, 8, 9 and 10 and applications are already rolling in for the 2013-14 school year.
“Coast Mountain Academy has already received applications from families on the North Shore, Bowen Island, throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor and beyond,” said David Baird, CMA Head of School.
“We have interviewed incredibly talented teachers who share our vision for education and who will certainly bring a wealth of experience and knowledge of their own.” added Geoff Park, Founder of Coast Mountain Academy.
Families enrolling children in the first year will have a unique opportunity to help shape the future of school, Park said.
Tina Beer, a Squamish resident and a founding student at Collingwood School is excited about the upcoming year for Coast Mountain Academy.
“The first students will get to be an integral building block in creating the foundation for what will be a powerful and strong structure that will shape and change young lives,” Beer said.
Through significant fundraising efforts and generosity of donors, Park said Coast Mountain Academy is pleased to be in a position to offer a bursary and scholarship program.
“This is something that we have always been pursuing and we are pleased to now be able to commit some financial assistance to eligible students in our first year.”
“We are very grateful for all the support that individuals and organizations provide as we continue to build our financial assistance endowment fund,” said David Baird, CMA head of school.
For more information about Coast Mountain Academy, the registration process for September 2013, and available scholarships and bursaries, please visit www.
Applications and enrollment are being done on a first-come basis so apply early to secure a spot for September 2013.