Through class, liturgy, formal curriculum, a wide range of extracurricular activities, sports and performing arts, students at Little Flower Academy are educated to be healthy, challenged to achieve, and are encouraged to enjoy learning. LFA builds confidence and enhances self-esteem in every girl so that their spiritual, intellectual, physical, and emotional potential is realized.
One of a Kind
With 480 students from Grades 8 through 12, Little Flower Academy is unique in the Lower Mainland. We offer the very best high school education, in an all-girls environment, with a Catholic, value-based curriculum. The combination is the only one of its kind in British Columbia.
Our academic record reflects our community’s steadfast commitment to excellence. Over the past decade, LFA’s graduation rate is 100% with typically higher than 95% achieving provincial honours. Not surprisingly, nearly every graduate chooses their prefered post secondary education choice.
We’re known widely for our academic excellence. Indeed, an independent review on behalf of the Inspector of Independent Schools was exceptionally praiseworthy of LFA. The external evaluation committee gave special commendation to the school's "meaningful delivery of learning outcomes," while noting that LFA students score above both Independent School and BC School averages on provincial exams. For more than a decade, LFA students have scored higher than the independent school averages in every subject we offer.
...the generous sharing of time and talent is clearly evident at the school...
Yet, for all of our academic success, those who know us best, know a school entirely committed to delivering an exceptionally well-rounded education. The same external review committee that praised our teaching was struck by our caring educational community, making special note of "the generous sharing of time and talent that is so clearly evident at the school" while noting that the teaching, facilities, course offerings and extra curricular opportunities "allows all students to become involved in many meaningful ways beyond the four walls of the classroom."