05 Jul High school student applying to scholarship for private high school in Toronto.

Scholarships for Toronto Private High Schools

Looking for ways to save money on your child’s tuition? You’re not alone. Tuition for Toronto private high schools can be very costly, averaging anywhere between $4,000 and $40,000 depending on where it’s located and the specialized programming they provide. And that typically doesn’t even cover the cost of living expenses, textbooks, extracurricular activities, or field trips. Read More

19 Jun How To Choose Your University Major

How To Choose Your University Major?

If you’re edging towards the end of high school, you’re probably very excited and anxious to wrap up this chapter of your academic career. While you’ve worked hard to get to where you are today, your next steps are what will truly determine the course of your career. Read More

11 Apr Ultimate Guide To Toronto Student Living

Ultimate Guide To Toronto Student Living

Welcome to the big city! Going to a new private high school is an exciting opportunity for any student, but coupling that with a big move takes that excitement up to a whole new level. For international students who’ve never been to Toronto before -- you’re probably both excited and anxious to embark on this adventure because you don’t quite know what to expect. Read More

21 Mar Is private school right for my family?

Is private school right for my family?

Deciding whether or not to enroll your child into a private high school can be a big decision for any family. There are many different factors at play, especially when you have a public school system to compare it to. How close is it to your home? Will my child feel comfortable there? Can we afford it? These are all questions that can play on your mind when making the decision. Read More

13 Mar The Top 5 Neighbourhoods For Toronto High School Students To Live In

The Top 5 Neighbourhoods For Toronto High School...

Moving to Toronto as a high school student is an exciting opportunity to experience a new way of life in North America’s fourth largest city. With a bustling financial sector, thousands of restaurants, and more cultures than anywhere else in the world, Toronto is a kaleidoscope of difference experiences and neighbourhoods. Read More