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1080 Winslow Avenue, Coquitlam, BC, V3J 0M6| Phone: 604-939-9201| Contact Us
School District No. 43 (Coquitlam)
Learning for a Lifetime

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Apex - September Newsletter

Apex Newsletter - September 2022.pdf

Apex - May Newsletter

Apex - May Newsletter.pdf

Apex - January Newsletter​​

Apex - January Newsletter.pdf

Transition to Secondary - 2021/2022

Transition to Secondary 2021-2022.pptx

December Newsletter & Parent Portal Information

Apex - December Newsletter.pdf

Encompass-Apex SD43 Getting Started with Parent Portal.pdf

Please also see the attached letter from School District 43 RE: local international travel advisories. 

Superintendent Letter re Local International Travel Advisories.pdf

October Newsletter - Apex

Apex October Newsletter 2021.pdf

Important Information & Forms for September 2021

Apex (formerly Encompass K-9) is an online learning K-Grade 9 program that provides home learning support. Registration for the program is ongoing. If you are interested in exploring more about Apex, please contact the office at 604-945-7311.

APEX Welcome Back Letter to Families September 2021.pdf

Principal Message for Apex Parents Covid Health and Safety Information.pdf

Apex September 2 2021 Newsletter as of June 15.pdf

Letter to Parents - BCs Vaccination Status Reporting Regulation Sept 3 2021 .pdf

​Photo Day - September 22, 2021

Covid-19 Photo Day Info Sheet.pdf

School Photos Entrance Map.pdf

Fraser Health Dental Program Screening for Students

Fraser Health Dental Program Screening for Students.pdf

About Apex


What type of student is most successful in Apex?

  • Successful students are eager to learn, can work independently and have a strong relationship with the parent that will be supporting their learning.

How often do teachers meet with students and for how long each time?

  • Teachers meet with students one-on-one for 1 hour every two weeks. Weekly classes for all students will be offered each term.

How is Apex different from traditional home-schooling?

  • The program is delivered September to June.
  • Each student's program is presented in a Student Learning Plan tailored to the needs of the student and the provincial curriculum requirements and it is under the supervision of a certified teacher.
  • Program planning is done by the Apex certified teacher in consultation with the parents and student.
  • On a regular basis, our certified teachers lead instruction, assess student learning, evaluate and provide feedback on student learning.
  • The students enjoy joining with other students in Apex at weekly, on-site offerings and occasional field trips.

Do we have to be living in Coquitlam to register for Apex?

  • Students from outside of the Coquitlam catchment are welcome but priority is given to students living in the Tri-cities.

Do we have to be living in Canada to register for Apex?

  • Families who maintain residency in British Columbia are welcome to register.

Do you provide opportunities for my child to meet other students in Apex?

  • Weekly classes which focus on Physical Health, Social-Emotional Health and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) are planned for 2022-23.
  • Students are put in age groupings for these classes.

Which curriculum does Apex use? Can I use my own curriculum and be registered in Apex?

  • Apex is a fully funded public school which uses the British Columbia mandated curriculum. Curriculum can be adapted to suit the needs of your child but the prescribed learning outcomes from the province must be met.

Are there any costs associated with Apex?

  • Just like any school, there can be small fees for things like field trips, but there are no tuition costs for the program.

Do I need to stay home?

  • The most successful students in this program are those who have a strong relationship with the parent supporting their learning. This usually means that the parent is able to stay home with the student to provide accountability to complete all assignments to the best of their ability.

Can my child move back into a regular "bricks and mortar" school at some point in the future?

  • Apex is a fully funded public school with fully certified public school teachers, which uses the British Columbia mandated curriculum. This means that students are able to move easily back into a regular school at any point during the program. A space in your catchment school is not guaranteed when leaving Apex.

Are there any reimbursement funds available for my child and how can I access it?

  • Reimbursement guidelines are available at the school and funds are made available for students depending on when they register during the school year. 
  • All use of reimbursement funds for extra-curricular activities must be approved by the Apex teacher.​

School District No. 43 (Coquitlam)

1080 Winslow Avenue, Coquitlam BC
V3J 0M6
604-939-9201 604-939-7828