Program Fees

Students in our ENGLISH+ Program will pay BCA tuition and board fees according to our general fee schedule in addition to the applicable services in the ENGLISH+ Program fee outlines. 

New Student Tuition and Fees

Includes International/Out-of-Province tuition and standard fees.

New Student Dorm Fees

Includes room fees, meal plan, damage deposit, mattress cover, laundry, and internet safety software.

New Student ENGLISH+ Fees

Includes ENGLISH+ academic, personal care, and travel support, such as ESL courses, private tutoring, TOEFL and IELTS exam preparation, airport pick-ups and drop-offs, local shopping and errands, and Canadian cultural experiences. ENGLISH+ Program fees are based upon student English proficiency as evaluated by Briercrest Christian Academy.

ESL Level 1 $11,336 | ESL Level 2 $10,489 | ESL Level 3 $9,040


Grand Total       $33,569–$31,273

Please note these fees for the 2020–21 school year are approximate and subject to change.  _________________________________________________________________________________________________________

As Required
Additional fees are required for graduation, vehicle plug in, payment plans, other athletic teams, music lessons, tutoring, and optional trips.

Payment Policy

Payment in full is required once a student has been accepted to attend BCA (includes any accompanying family members). Once payment has been received, the study permit/acceptance letter, confirmation of funds received and guardianship paperwork for study permit application will be issued. Returning students are permitted to enter the 2-payment plan.

Tuition, standard fees, room and board and ENGLISH+ are billed at the beginning of the academic year. Grad fees are billed in September and are included in the cost of attendance calculated at the beginning of the school year. Optional fees such as music lessons, college tuition, sports, counseling and tutoring are all billed as required

The people here are so accepting, teachers and students both. The teachers start out knowing that we are unsure of ourselves, but as we become more comfortable, they stop becoming teachers and start becoming friends that teach you subjects.
Luke Gobbett