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International Students

Our Schools Offer
  • Regular academic programs K-12.
  • French Immersion K-12.
  • Vocational programs in Autobody, Building Construction, Commercial Art, Cosmetology, Drafting, Electronics, Food Services, Marketing, Photography, Power Mechanics and Welding.
  • Option courses in Choir, French, Band, Native Studies, World Issues, Computer Applications, EcoOdyssey, Art, Drama and much more.
  • Counsellors, Speech Pathologists, Social Workers, Psychologists and a Native Elder are on staff to ensure that all students' needs are addressed.
  • Student conduct and harassment policies are strictly enforced.
  • Numerous school sporting teams and tournaments. Sports include hockey, football, soccer, softball, basketball, volleyball, badminton, cheerleading, golf, gymnastics and many others.
  • Extra-curricular clubs and activities, including Peer Helpers, Drama, Junior Achievement, Youth Achievement Organization, Student Council, Yearbook, Computer Clubs and more.
School Profiles
Crocus Plains Regional Secondary School
Grades 9-12
Regular academic, business/marketing education and vocational programs
Student Ages: 14-20
School Population: 1250

École secondaire Neelin High School
Grades 9-12
Regular academic, business and French Immersion programming.
Student Ages: 14-20
School Population: 500

Vincent Massey High School
Grades 9-12
Regular academic, business education programming.
Student Ages: 14-20
School Population: 950

Brandon Adult Learning Centre
Manitoba Mature High School Diploma Program
Student Ages: 21 and over
School Population: 75

Our City Offers
Brandon, or the "Wheat City" as it's affectionately known, has twice been honoured by Chatelaine, a national magazine, as one of Canada's top 10 best cities to live in.
  • A safe, clean, friendly environment in which to live.
  • Affordable housing and public transportation.
  • A central location to the rest of Canada.
  • Cultural and musical events including the Brandon Folk Festival, the Jazz Festival, Mosaic Massey, seasonal fairs and concerts.
  • Numerous sporting facilities and amateur teams, including baseball, soccer, basketball, hockey, ringette, swimming, tennis, field hockey, racquetball, gymnastics and much more.
  • Wide open spaces, picturesque parks, walking paths and winding river.
  • Shopping malls, movie theatres, fine dining, casual dining, patio cafes, art gallery, craft shops and much more.

For more information about Brandon visit:
City of Brandon


Fees & Application


To Apply:

  • Students must complete the "Non-Landed Immigrant Student" application form  

     Non-Landed Immigrant Student App, 2016-2017.pdf


  • Students must provide copies of the following:

  - Latest academic transcripts 
  - Proof of measles immunization 
  - Passport 
  - Birth certificate

  • Fee of $11,700 (Canadian Funds) must be paid for the 2016-2017 school year.   

  • Study Permit prior to registration.

For further information, contact the Office of the Secretary-Treasurer at 204- 729-3115 or email