Coast Mountain Academy is a not-for-profit independent school that directs revenue into operational costs with any surplus invested between our scholarship and bursary programs, a professional development fund and capital improvements: all of which are key in supporting and enhancing student experience. CMA is committed to accessibility for all students who show an active interest in their education and who can demonstrate their commitment to supporting our school’s community values.
CMA is committed to attracting engaged and inquisitive students who demonstrate integrity and compassion and who commit wholeheartedly to a Coast Mountain Academy educational experience.
CMA will support our students in their dedication to becoming conscientious, successful global citizens with the skills required to embrace the opportunities of today and the promise of tomorrow. CMA currently offers two types of financial aid; scholarships (merit-based awards), and bursaries (need-based awards). We have students who have qualified for one type of award, and some students who have qualified for both a scholarship and bursary. Bursaries are reviewed and re-awarded each academic year, whereas scholarships are consistent each academic year. Scholarship and bursary funds can only be put towards tuition costs unless otherwise stipulated in the award description, or approved by the Head of School. Please contact the Director of Admissions, Tracy Keeling at 604-390-3262 for more information.