Newfoundland and Labrador School Districts

Available School District in Newfoundland and Labrador:

Newfoundland and Labrador

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  • Population: 100,000
  • Located 3 Minutes Northeast of St. John’s
  • Weather:
    Summer/Fall: Warm and Humid
    Winter/Spring: Cool and Mild


  • Enrolment Restrictions: None

School Facts

  • Grades at School: 8-12 
  • Estimated Start Date: Early September
  • Estimated End Date: Late June

School Profile

As a student in the Newfoundland International Student Education Program (NISEP), you will live in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada’s newest province. It is an area internationally recognized for its hospitality and the warmth of its people, making it one of the friendliest and safest places in the world. The NISEP program offers students an opportunity to live and learn at the site where North America begins. It is a place where you can photograph herds of caribou or seabird colonies, icebergs, or whales, still unspoiled by the urbanization of North America.

Sports and Arts

Newfoundland-Labrador School District thrives in outdoor sporting activities: from ca¬noeing to rock-climbing, scuba-diving and snow-mobiling, Newfoundland-Labrador truly has it all. These schools offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in sports very different from the ones offered in students’ home countries. 

A colourful and inspirational place to be, Newfoundland-Labrador has amazing art pro¬grams to offer. Their students excel in the visual arts such as painting, drawing and sculp¬ture; art teachers invest in extra time with their students to make sure they progress at a pace that is comfortable for them. A warm and inviting environment, students will gain helpful experiences while expanding their skill set.

Community Information

Most towns on the Island of Newfoundland are near the sea, since early settlers made their living from the sea. Each small community has unique geological and geographical features. During the spring and early summer icebergs from the North visit the sheltered harbours of Trinity and Conception Bays.

Click here to view the Newfoundland & Labrador website.