Find the Program That’s Perfect for You
Whether you’re looking for a short-term program or want to study in New Brunswick for one semester, a full year or multiple years, we have a range of high school and middle school options to choose from.
No matter which program you choose, our students have the opportunity to study in a New Brunswick public school and live with a New Brunswick host family.
While in school, students are able to choose from a wide variety of subjects that are taught by certified teachers using the New Brunswick curriculum. After school, students can choose to participate in a variety of extracurricular activities based on their interests.
EECD Yearly School Calendar
|August||30||Full Administration Day|
|2-3||Full Administration Day|
|7||First Day of Classes|
|December||23||Last Day of Classes|
|January||7||Full Administration Day|
|10||First Day of Classes|
|June||24||Last Day for Students|
|27-28||Full Administration Day|
* Please visit your school district website for additional information.
** Please note that this calendar may be subject to change.**
Subjects Available in New Brunswick High Schools
Grade 9 and 10 Prescribed Courses
- English Language Arts/EAL
- Personal Development, Career Planning and Human Ecology
- Social Studies
- Visual Arts, Music, Physical Education and Health and Broad-Based Technology
Subjects Available in New Brunswick Middle Schools
- Health (English & French Immersion)
- English Language Arts (Reading & Writing)
- French Second Language (Core)
- French Second Language (Immersion)
- Guidance (Personal Development)
- Mathematics (English & French Immersion)
- Physical Education
- Science (English & French Immersion)
- Social Studies (English & French Immersion)
New Brunswick High School Graduation Requirements
Students can earn a New Brunswick High School Diploma if they have not already graduated from High School in their home country. Length of program will be determined by the number of eligible / transferrable credits from the student’s current school and the student’s proficiency in the English Language.
In order to graduate, you must meet all of the following requirements:
|Number of Credits||1||2||3||4||5|
|Grade 12 Courses|
|English Language Proficiency Assessment|
|Financial Workplace Mathematics OR Foundations of Mathematics|
|Fine Arts & Life Role Development|
Note: Students take five courses per semester. There are 90 credit hours per course per semester.
As of September 2020, grade 10 students will be required to complete 18 credits for graduation in June of 2023, two of which must be Math credits. Numbers, Relations and Functions 10 will be considered a credit and will be a prerequisite for Foundations of Math 11 and which is required for the Pre-Calculus 11 pathway.