High School Applicants

To become a student at IZUNA, apply directly to the program of your choice following these basic steps:

  1. Choose a program
  2. Meet the entrance requirements on the program’s Entry page
  3. Apply online and attach your supporting transcripts as PDF files

Your options for proving that you meet the program’s academic entrance requirements depend on where you are in your studies and the province or country from which you are applying.

BC high school students

Option 1:

You are registered for the required Grade 12 course and are less than half way through.

How do I apply?

  • With your final grade for the Grade 11 'prerequisite' course and proof of registration in the required Grade 12 course

What do I submit?

  • Your final Grade 11 report card (or official transcript) and your confirmed Grade 12 timetable, available after the start of your school year
  • Admissions may request that you submit your final grades

Option 2:

You are at least half way through the required Grade 11 or 12 course, but have not yet completed.

How do I apply?

  • With your midterm grade for the required course

What do I submit?

  • Your second term or mid-year report card
  • Admissions may request that you submit your final grades

Option 3:

You have completed the required Grade 11 or 12 course.

How do I apply?

  • With your final grade for the required course

What do I submit?

  • Your final report card or official transcript

Wondering if your course is acceptable? Look up BC high school course equivalencies.

Canadian high school students

Option 1:

You are at least half way through the required Grade 11 or 12 course, but have not yet completed.

How do I apply?

What do I submit?

  • Your second term or mid-year report card
  • Admissions may request that you submit your final grades

Option 2:

You have completed the required Grade 11 or 12 course.

How do I apply?

  • With your final grade for the required course

What do I submit?

  • Your final report card or official transcript

Wondering if your course is acceptable? Look up Canadian high school course equivalencies.

International high school students

Option 1:

You are at least half way through the required Grade 11 or 12 course, but have not yet completed.

How do I apply?

What do I submit?

  • Your second term or mid-year report card that includes:
    • Name of school
    • Address and country of school
    • Name of high school graduation credential that you are working towards
    • Grade level of each course (e.g. Grade 11, Grade 12, Senior Year 2, Senior Year 3)
    • Grading scale and minimum passing grade
    • Number of terms per year
  • Admissions may request that you submit your final grades

Option 2:

You have completed the required Grade 11 or 12 course.

How do I apply?

  • With your final grade for the required course

What do I submit?

  • Your official transcript that includes:
    • Name of school and/or examination board
    • Address and country of school and/or examination board
    • Name of high school graduation credential
    • Grade level of each course (e.g. Grade 11, Grade 12, Senior Year 2, Senior Year 3)
    • Grading scale and minimum passing grade

Wondering if your course is acceptable? Look up international high school course equivalencies.

Missing one or more requirements?

If IZUNA requires a course that you didn’t take in high school or your final grade in the required course does not meet the requirement, you can:

  1. Register for an upgrading course at IZUNA or your local school board
  2. Take an assessment or test
  3. Explore other options for meeting the English requirement

Grade 12 provincial exams are not required.

If you apply with midterm grades (all applicants) or Grade 11 final grades and proof of Grade 12 registration (BC applicants):

  • Admissions will notify you through myCommunication in June if you are required to submit final grades
  • The deadline for submitting final grades is one month prior to your program start date
  • Failure to provide final grades will result in the cancellation of your application