How is the educational process organized?

Education at the Canadian On-Line High School is conducted in the English language. In order to be admitted to school it is necessary to write an English language placement test. Classes are held three times a week, two hours each time. Licensed Canadian teachers hold classes on-line.

All Canadian On-Line High School students must write a Canadian Literacry Test in order to obtain a High School Diploma (an OSSD). International students of Canadian On-Line High School will be writing this test at the same time as their peers do in Canada. This Test is written under stringent supervision. It is usually written at the end of March.

The course of study is expected to last three years. It is possible to finish this program sooner by working during school holidays. It is also possible to take classes outside the offered mandatory program should the student wish to expand their experience. Such arrangements are subject to individual agreements

A mandatory part of Ontario education is social or community activity. Our students will take part at charitable events and programs, contribute their time and efforts as volunteers for greater cause.

After successful completion of all the requirements of the course of study at the Canadian On-Line High School, graduates will be issued Ontario Secondary School Diplomas. An OSSD is accepted for admission to most Universities and Colleges of North America and Europe.

Do I have to travel to Canada during the course of study?

Ontario Secondary School Diploma can be obtained without going to Canada. For those who wish to take an exploratory trip to Canada, an organized tour to an educational summer camp in the city of Toronto will be offered. During this summer trip, students will be offered an opportunity to visit several of Canada’s Universities in order to understand their admission requirements.