Steps to Apply:
While applications are accepted for all grades, availability for non-intake years varies and is based on attrition. For students applying for Grade 8–12, interviews and assessments will only be conducted should there be a confirmed opening.
Step 1. Apply in Person or Online
Step 2. Documents Submission
Submit all required documents, and schedule your Admissions interview with your Admissions Officer.
Step 3. Accept Offer
Once all your documents have been reviewed, the school will issue an Offer of Admission.
After receiving an Offer of Admission, students must pay their tuition deposit. An official Letter of Acceptance will be issued upon receipt of payment. For up to date school fees, see the School Fees page.
Step 4. Assessment (International Students)
All international students need to take an oral (in person or on-line) and on-line English Assessment of their Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking Skills so that they can be placed at the right level. See the Admissions Assessment page, for more details.
Step 5. Homestay Assignment (optional)
After being accepted to the school, if you need a place to stay while studying with us, you can complete the Homestay application form within your account, to help us determine the best fit for you.
Step 6. Apply for a Study Permit (New International Students only)
International students that will be taking a program that is 6 months long or longer need to apply for a study permit. You may also need a visa or ETA, depending on your nationality, for more information, contact your Admissions Officer, or visit the Government of Canada’s website: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada/study-permit/apply.html
- Completed application form
- Original or certified transcripts for the last 2 years (include an English translation)
- External English test results if available or take our English Assessment
- Copy of the information page of your passport
- $200 application fee
- Immunization records