All students are expected to complete the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) by following the Ontario curriculum courses with a chosen language option of a language program of the student's choice. City High School's unique extra-curricular activity programs further provide the necessary components to challenge and maximize our students' potential.
General Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission Inquiries: email@example.com
1. Academic background
Be a high school student in good
2. Basic knowledge of English.
IELTS: 5.0 or above is recommended
3. Sufficient financial support.
4. Valid passport
Passport is valid for a minimum of 2+
years of start date.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are not taking full program but independent credits (part time student)
City High School reserves the right to provide refunds on Tuition Fees only in cases where Study Permit is denied by the Canadian Immigration Authorities. A refund will be issued after the school receives the following documents:
A letter from the student, requesting the refund
Original Letter of Acceptance from City High School
Original Official Receipt of the Tuition Fees issued by the City High School
Original Rejected Letter from Canadian embassy.
Please note that the student or his/her guardian must apply for Tuition Fee or Advance Payment refund up-to three month from the date the Rejected Letter has been issued or up-to six months from the date the Letter of Acceptance has been issued.
The Application Fee is non-refundable. For other situations, the Principal of the school will make the appropriate decision.
How to Apply
For International Students applying for: Language Proficiency Program (LPP) & English Preparatory Program (EPP) Complete the attached Application form and mail or e-mail it to the City High School
Step 1: Interview with Admissions Officer
After submitting the Application Fee & Form, , this is an opportunity to get to know the applicant and possibly his/her parents to determine if he/she is suitable of the school.
Step 2: Sending Supporting Documentation
Most recent report card
Past transcripts (all high school years) (also to determine transfer credits)
Other academic achievements
Step 3: Placement & Diagnostic Test
After prospective student passes interview, the admissions process moves forwards in
Testing to determine class placement etc.
Step 4: Admissions Decision
With all supporting documentation received and reviewed, admission results will be released to accept offer and secure student’s placement, students must complete registration forms and pay the deposit