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05 Feb

What Is The Average Cost Of Living For A High...

Moving to Toronto for high school can be a daunting but very exciting opportunity for many high school students. Toronto is the business capital of Canada and is the fourth largest city in North America, offering up endless options for education, careers, and culture. Being a bit city, however, living expenses are typically higher than for more suburban or rural centres. Read More

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29 Jan How To Enrol For A Toronto Private High School

How To Enrol For A Toronto Private High School?

Getting your child into a private high school can be a difficult task. Many schools have wait lists, they are highly competitive, not to mention their fees can stretch into the tens of thousands of dollars per year. Then there is the confusing process of actually applying to the school! Read More

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07 Jan How many high school credits do you need to graduate in Ontario

How Many Credits Do You Need To Graduate High...

As school students enter high school, the light at the end of the tunnel for many of them will be graduating and receiving their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). This important milestone will set them up for their futures and allow them to enroll in any number of excellent universities and colleges to further their education and careers. Read More

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20 Dec Why Does My Child Need An OSSD

Why Does My Child Need An OSSD?

When looking to send your child to high school, you might be wondering what all the fuss is about with the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). This piece of paper seems to be govern everything about your child’s future and will take up the majority of their formative years in the education system. But is it actually important for your child to receive their OSSD? Read More

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29 Nov What Are The Benefits Of Sending My Child To Private High School?

What Are The Benefits Of Sending My Child To...

Choosing which school to send your child to can be a daunting experience for many parents. Not only do you need to weigh up the location and cost of your prospective schools, but you need to take into consideration your child’s learning style, their temperament, and the reputation of the school you will send them to. Read More

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