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60 Schools,900 Programs,Free apply

60 Schools,900 Programs

Multi languages,Free apply


950-405-55808(China Direct)



The York Catholic District School Board is a member of the Ontario Bureau of International Education and is affiliated with the Ontario Bureau of Education, the Toronto Board of Education, the Carlton Education Bureau of Ottawa, the Toronto Department of Education, and the Waterloo Board of Education. . Its jurisdiction has a total of 103 schools, of which 88 primary schools and 15 high schools, the total number of students more than 55000, more than 5000 faculty members. All schools equipped with modern teaching and experimental facilities, learning conditions are very advantageous. Location Located in the northern suburbs of York City, York School District, 20 minutes from Toronto.



Application Procedures

1. Submit application materials for review, including:

o Fill in the application form

o Payment of application fee

o Proof of student's academic transcripts of the year or past two years, transcripts of performance (original and translated)

o Student passport copy

o Translated copies of student immunization certificates

o Two Guardian Declaration Forms (Students over the age of 18 may not be looking for a guardian and do not need to provide it)

o Health insurance copy (can be handled in the country can also go to Canada)

2. Qualification, pre-admission notice and tuition invoices, delivery of tuition

3. Apply for a Canadian student visa

4. Arrived in Canada to register with the Education Bureau

Application and tuition:

Application fee: 200 Canadian dollars


Kindergarten to Grade 8: $ 12,200 CAD per year

Grades 9-12: $ 13,400 CAD / year

· Homestay fee: $ 11,000 CAD / year


There are different courses to choose from in all subjects in secondary school. Within each discipline, students may further their professional studies based on their personal interests. All English-speaking Canadian universities require students with a high level of English proficiency, so there are a number of subjects to choose from when choosing to study, including:


• Creatures






• Economy

• Electronics








Computer and Technology

• Classical

visual art 

Sports and health education

• English as a Second Language (ESL)


The ninth and tenth grade courses fall into three main categories: academic, applied and general. All courses are based on the eighth grade teaching content and have strict standards. All classes prepare students for advanced study in the future.

The 11th and 12th grade courses are divided into five categories based on their future aspirations. Students can choose from the following five categories: Career Preparation (E), College Preparation (C), University / College Preparation (M), University Preparation (U), and other General Studies (O).

Language Courses: English as a Second Language (English as a Second Language Courses) Three schools open ESL

1. St. Elizabeth Catholic High School

2. Savannah Catholic Secondary School

Sacred Catholic High School

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