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​​mouse.jpgSAIL: Surrey Academy of Innovative Learning

Innovative From 8 - 12
Surrey Academy of Innovative Learning (SAIL) is a blended interdisciplinary school where students learn through inquiry and project based learning using a variety of digital tools.

fastrack_poster_web-district.jpgIn a changing world, students need to be independent learners, critical thinkers, collaborators, innovators & contributors. SAIL students embrace an innovator mindset.

    "Know how I learn, what helps me learn, and what I want to learn"

​This year SAIL is currently offering 4 blended learning academies for Grades 8-9 (STEAM, STEM, APAX, and STEM-X) and a STEAM
K-7 program where students will learn through inquiry and project based learning using a variety of digital tools. Flexible schedule schooling can be tailored for students who are elite athletes, performing artists, or students wishing to learn in an accelerated environment.

Additionally, Surrey Connect, part of the Surrey Academy of Innovative Learning (SAIL) offers over 80 online courses at the Secondary level (Grades 8-12). Online courses are offered for full-time students for grades 8 & 9 and for full-time and part-time students for grades 10-12.​

Transforming Curriculum
SAIL students focus on inquiry and project based learning, through an interdisciplinary program. Students explore real world topics that foster independent learning and critical thought. Rather than traditional subjects taught in isolation, SAIL students integrate concepts from Science, Math, and Humanities into their learning.

All instruction is fully accredited by the BC Ministry of Education and offers an enriched and flexible education program.

Register Online or Contact Us Today!
There are NO tuition costs to Canadian Citizens or Landed Immigrants residing in the Lower Mainland. Students are strongly enco​uraged to have their own learning devices and computer access with an Internet connection. Individual course enhancement costs may be requested based on program needs.*

(Please contact an administrator if there is a financial hardship)

Students may register online anytime. For more information and to complete an online application form visit our website at or call SAIL at 604-592-4263.