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Why You Should Choose Study in Canada?

There are many benefits to studying in Canada as an international student. You have the option to bring your family with you, work during your studies, and the credentials you gain can open doors to becoming a Canadian permanent resident.

Canada is recognized internationally for its quality education system and access to some of the best schools in the world. According to QS University World Rankings, there are currently three schools in Canada that rank in the top 50 worldwide. Also, Canada was ranked the best country for education in 2017, citing factors of university excellence and a highly developed education system for the top spot.

Live in a bilingual environment

Canada is a bilingual country, which makes studying here an excellent opportunity to develop your language skills and boost your prospects for an interesting career. Coursework in French and English is an integral part of Canada’s educational system, which enriches its cultural and community life.

 Gain work experience in Canada after you graduate

The Canadian government offers a work program to students who have obtained a diploma from a post-secondary school in Canada and are looking to gain work experience. This is an excellent way to continue to live in Canada while diversifying and developing your professional skills.

Enjoy an excellent quality of life

According to QS World University Rankings, three Canadian cities, Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, made the list of the top 50 student cities. The ranking was based on several criteria, including affordability, the diversity of the student population, and employers’ perception of graduates on the job market.

Canada boasts an enviable quality of life, with a cost of living (e.g., housing, transportation, tuition) that is lower than in other countries, such as the US, France and the UK, and offers safety, stability and respect for the rights of individuals and communities.

Why Parents Send Their Kids to Canada for High School?

Enriched academic opportunities

They provide exceptional and challenging educational experiences through extracurricular activities, Advanced Placement courses, the International Baccalaureate programme (and the IB diploma program), and gifted programs.

Smaller classes

Private schools vary greatly in size, but depending on their teaching style, almost all focus on the importance of small class sizes to individually help students’ weak areas and advance their strengths.

Parental involvement

High school are built around open communication between parents and administration, and they make it a priority to involve parents in the community. From frequent parent-teacher meetings, social events such as parent breakfasts and family camping weekend.

Should We Choose Public School or Private School?

Public school

Public schools are far more affordable to attend than private schools

They generally have a more varied curriculum and offer more after-school activities than smaller private schools.

Public schools are well established and have access to great facilities like sporting grounds and swimming pools.

Children that attend their local school learn to be part of a community and take pride in it.

They are also exposed to a greater diversity of other races and cultures.

Private school

Private schools often have a more challenging academic curriculum.

Some are religious based schools and can provide regular religious classes

Private schools have the benefit of much smaller classes so teachers can give better individual attention

Private schools often have better access to resources like books, supplies and computers

Discipline in private schools is usually a lot stricter. If there are children that disrupt classes or ignore rules, they are more likely to be expelled from the school

Private schools are more traditional. This teaches pupils to value traditions and uphold these beliefs

Children that attend private schools often have a more established network after school through the alumni association

High School Subjects in Canada

We have courses that cover the following subjects. History- Canadian civics, Canadian history, world history, Math- Algebra, geometry, calculus, physics, economics and consumer math. Other electives – such as computer studies, physical education and more.

Education System in Canada

Primary                 Elementary          6

Middle      British Columbia Junior High School          9

Secondary             High School – Secondary School       12

Vocational            Vocational Technical Programs      

Tertiary                 2 Year Pre-University Program      

To Graduate from High School and Receive An Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) Students Must:

  • Earn 30 credits – 18 credits are compulsory. …
  • Pass the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) or Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OSSLC).
  • Complete 40 hours of community involvement (volunteer work).

Do Canadian Students Take SAT?

Though Canadian schools do not generally require the SAT, some Canadian colleges might expect American students to submit SAT scores. … Some Canadian schools may ask you to take a language proficiency exam, or other college readiness test.Aug 10, 2016

Requirement for High School

All Canadian high school applicants must present credit in five distinct senior secondary courses, or equivalents, including one language arts course and at least four other courses.

To qualify for general admission, applicants must have a final admission average of at least 65%, calculated using the most advantageous combination of eligible courses. Some programs have additional requirements or higher standards for entry that must be met before admission to a specific program will be considered. See Program Availability and Required Qualifications for more information.


The academic year is about to start and it’s finally time to settle in Canada. Your long-term options, depending on your preference and lifestyle, vary between school provided accommodation and off campus housing.


Staying in with a Canadian family is the perfect way to blend in as an expat. Several Canadian families are contracted by Universities to host and welcome international students in their homes. If your lack of fluency in English or French ever bothered you, staying with a Canadian family will certainly make that problem go away. Homestays are also home-like and friendly environments that host young students taking a giant step to an emancipated life abroad. Commonly a homestay refers to a small-family house, preferably having a student of their own for a child welcoming an international student to stay for as long as the school year goes on. Students are entitled to a furnished cozy room, family meals and participation in the family and the community.

The location of the family and their lifestyle is arranged to best suit the students interests, preferably close to the University. It happens that the University arranges for the family to meet their newcomer at the airport for the purpose of early bonding.

Average cost of homestay accommodation: $400 – $800 CDN per month and the price mostly varies due to the location of the house. It is likely to be charged with an advance of 200 CDN.


Usually, Universities in Canada provide the students with accommodation of their own close to the Campus. Rooms are basically the same everywhere, they might not be furnished however and the kitchen, baths and toilets are shared. Commonly it’s difficult to get a private room, as the rooms are mostly shared with other students yet they are definitely separated by gender. Dormitories for instance are a concrete facility providing rooms for either only girls, or only boys. When living in the dormitory you are close to the university and the campus activities at all times including leisure and educational activities, group studying and much more. This way, your life will circle around students of your own age and similar interests, a perfect way to make new friends.  Average cost of residence/dormitory rooms: $3,000 – $7,500 CDN per school year.