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Applications for Secondary and Elementary students are currently being accepted for February 2018 (Semester 2). Click here to apply now.

It is recommended that all payments made from outside of Canada are paid via GlobalPay for Students.

Click here for more information about the payment process.

Application Fee

There is a $300.00 non-refundable application fee that is to be paid immediately with your application submission.

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Tuition Fees

There are two semesters in one school year. Fees are subject to change without prior notice.

Secondary (2017-2018 School Year)

Full School Year: $14,000.00
Semester 1 (Sept./2017 – Jan./2018):  $6,500.00 + $275 for Medical Insurance from Ingle Insurance
Semester 2 (Feb./2018 – June/2018): $6,500.00 + $275 for Medical Insurance from Ingle Insurance

Elementary (2017-2018 School Year)

Full School Year: $13,000.00
Semester 1 (Sept./2017 – Jan./2018):  $6,250.00 + $275 for Medical Insurance from Ingle Insurance
Semester 2 (Feb./2018 – June/2018): $6,250.00 + $275 for Medical Insurance from Ingle Insurance

Payable via GlobalPay for Students.

PLEASE NOTE: For students applying to Semester 2 of the 2017/2018 school year, students must arrive in Canada by January 20th, 2018. All students must arrive a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the start of the semester.

Thomas Merton Centre for Continuing Education

International Students who will turn 18 during the school year that they are applying for will be considered if they will be able to complete the Ontario Graduation requirements before the semester during which they turn 19. If they are not able to complete these requirements, they will be encouraged to attend a Thomas Merton Centre for Continuing Education as of the semester that they will turn 19 years of age. Click here for course selection and locations. Courses are $1,650.00 each.

International Students who have already been granted a high school diploma in their country of origin will be considered if they do not need to complete the OSSGD requirements in order to apply to post-secondary School in Ontario.

Students who will turn 19 during the school year that they are applying for, will not be considered for approval.

Additional Fees

  • School Uniforms
  • Field Trips
  • Cafeteria Food
  • Homestay (Not provided)
  • Medical Insurance
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