Balmoral Hall School was founded in 1901 and is 100 years old. It is a prestigious traditional boarding school in Canada and is known for providing excellent quality of education. At present, there are about 467 students in the school, with about 17% of students living in school and about 50 international students. The school is known for providing AP, ESL courses, science and technology, and performing arts. More than 98% of graduates are enrolled in the university of their choice and 50% of the graduates receive university scholarships. The 12-acre campus is housed in traditional architecture and modern facilities, equipped with CD-ROM, Internet, computerized Prendiville Family Library, and more than 14,000 books. Each classroom, office, and residential area has an internet connection and is equipped with an IBM laptop. Two Computer Science Centers (IBM and MAC computers available). Moffat Media Technology Resource Center. National advanced physics, chemistry, biological laboratory and indoor greenhouse. Richardson Sports Center Hall and Strength Training Room. Performing Arts Center (with private music practice room). Sharfe family music classroom. Private music class rooms. Ballroom. Kozminski ordinary room. 22 apartments (each with a private bathroom, telephone and computer connection). School restaurant, student lounge for senior students.
Basic application materials: (Provide Chinese, English documents or North American study certificates)
1) Passport scan
2) Fill in the application form (including Student & Family Information, Student & Parent Questionnaire)
3) Application fee
4) The translation of the report card in the past two years plus notarization
5) Applicant's passport specifications photo
6) handwritten small composition
7) If you have a language test score, please provide a transcript (TOEFL or IELTS)
Application fee: $175
Tuition fee: $52,500
Living expenses: $1,000~$2,000/Month
The purpose of the Balmoral School Accommodation Center is to provide students with accommodation centers that integrate living, learning and entertainment. Experienced teachers and life consultants are dedicated to creating a "BH family" with a strong sense of community.
The ESL course at Balmoral High School provides guidance to non-native English speaking students. The goal of this course is to help students adapt to regular English courses. Students with a special English course will participate in the English language proficiency test of the Canadian language benchmark as soon as they enter school, and will be divided into four language level stages according to their test scores. They will participate in individual-oriented courses to meet individual needs.
Students need to train all aspects of English ability. Students will participate in ESL programs and, if possible, attend regular classroom courses. ESL teachers will provide students with targeted support. Students will also be assisted by ESL assistants in certain classes.
Students have increased their confidence in all aspects of their English ability, but they still have certain difficulties in listening, reading comprehension and writing. Students take ESL courses and, if possible, students participate in regular subjects with the necessary help. Students will receive special guidance from ESL teachers and will be assisted by ESL assistants in certain classes.
Students gradually adapt to reading and speaking in English, but they need to further develop all aspects of English skills to enter the next stage of learning. Students participate in all subjects with the necessary help. Students will receive special guidance from ESL teachers and teaching assistants.
Students are basically fluent in English and basically have no wrong expression in English and can adapt to regular courses. Students receive individual instructions according to their own needs. ESL teachers and teaching assistants will still give extra help.
English Learning Course (ELL)
High school students (grades 9-12) with English proficiency in the third and fourth stages participate in the English Language Learning Program (ELL). Depending on the grade level, teaching may include TOEFL tutoring. Students participate in all subjects with the necessary help. ESL teachers will give students guidance that suits their personal circumstances, and ESL assistants will give extra help. It is very important that for most international students whose English is a second language, the TOEFL score is a necessary condition for university admission. According to ESL teacher's recommendation, students can earn credits.
General English courses
In order to adapt to the regular courses, the TOEFL score of the students must reach 550, and the average score of each subject should reach more than 70%. The above conditions must be met before June 30th. All admissions for the next school year will be decided by June 30th. Students do not accept ESL or ELL counseling.