We have developed many different materials about ISP at Louis Riel School Division. Read and download our different materials to learn about our different programs, why the Louis Riel School Division is a great place to live and learn, and how you can become involved in our International Student Program.
Secondary Full Year & Semester Program
Cell Phone and Internet Use
Going Home End of Program Checklist
International Student Program Guidelines
ISP Student Food Do's and Dont's
ISP Student Handbook
Letter of Invitation
Permission to Travel
Terms and Conditions
What do I do if I am sick
Post-Secondary Technical/Vocational Program - Arts and Technology Centre (LRATC)
LRATC Application Guide
LRATC Withdrawal Form/Refund Policy
Letter of Invitation
Manitoba Academic Information
High School Graduation Diploma Requirements
Students who successfully complete high school courses receive credits towards a Manitoba High School Diploma. Students must earn a minimum of 30 credits of compulsory and elective courses in grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 to meet graduation requirements. General courses and advanced courses are offered in all grades. For students who have previously completed some high school in their home country, and are interested in pursuing a Manitoba High School Diploma, transcripts can be evaluated to determine how many Manitoba High School Credits can be assigned.
*** International students joining the program at the grade 12 level who are interested in pursuing a Manitoba High School Diploma, must complete two semesters.
In most cases, students are placed in grades based on age appropriate placement.
Students are assigned school placements based on space and program availability. Students may make a request for a specific school when they submit their initial application form and every attempt will be made to accommodate your request if it is received prior to our acceptance deadline. However, Louis Riel School Division International Student Program reserves the right to make the final placement decision.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
An ESL assessment is done for every new student for whom English is not their first language. This assessment helps to determine the best program and course level for each student. Previous school transcripts are also reviewed to determine what grade has been completed in student's home country and the marks received.
ESL support is provided at no extra cost for international students who require additional language support. Specialized ESL support is provided in all the high schools in our school division.
Canada's Education Systems Chart
Graduation Requirements for English Program
Graduation Requirements for French Program
Manitoba Government Student Guide
Manitoba Education and Training
Post-Secondary Pathways in Canada
Winnipeg Helpful Links
Click here to find a list of helpful links for your International Student experience.
Divisional Calendar 2020-2021
Louis Riel School Division Map
Locate School in LRSD
List of Schools