A school uniform is required for all students attending the ECB-CBS. We believe that the school uniform demonstrates a sense of pride and unity within our school community.
Students at the ECB-CBS are expected to wear the proper school uniform at all times. Uniforms are required to be worn on school field trips and at school functions. The cost of the uniform is the responsibility of the student and their families.
2C Paris Uniform will supply the families of the ECB-CBS with the required school uniform for students in Preschool, and in Kindergarten through Grade 12.
To order the school uniform, please visit the 2C Paris website. All orders will be placed directly through the online website. Payment can be made online via PayPal.
The ECB-CBS offers a secure and convenient mode of transportation for all students. Service is from door-to-door, morning and afterschool. Please note that bus routes and travel times are subject to change based on demand.
A school transportation application must be completed at the time of enrolment. New applications must be completed each academic year.
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At the ECB-CBS, we offer an after-school program for students at all levels. After-school activities are organised by age-appropriate groupings. Our after-school program is supervised by our faculty members, or by out-of-school instructors that have been carefully screened as per BC Ministry of Education and Éducation Nationale regulations.
Our most requested after school programs include:
- Homework Club
- Arts and Culture
- Chess Club
- Reading Club
- French Language Learning
- English Language Learning
- Arabic Language Learning
After-school activities take place at the school on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday afternoons, from 3:30pm until 5:00pm.
A 5:00pm school transportation drop-off may be available for students in the after-school program subject to demand.
Computer Use & ICTs
As per the BC Ministry of Education, students need opportunities to develop the competencies required to use current and emerging technologies effectively in all aspects of their learning and life. Technology can facilitate collaboration between students, educators, parents, and the classrooms, while also providing schools with rich online resources.
The school has adopted the policy of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). Students in grades 6 to 12 are required to bring their own personal computer to school. The school will have a limited supply of school ipads and laptops for students to borrow, however it is expected that all students bring their own device to school.