New Program Announcement: High School Pathways
Experience Canadian culture and lifestyle as you take part in our new High School Pathways program with SC Study Centers. In this program students will enter the Canadian education system to study English at one of our schools in Canada. The course will prepare you learn the necessary English requirements to be accepted into a local High School where you can earn your OSSD (Ontario High School Diploma). Our English Program will also count towards your OSSD and on completion of your OSSD you will be eligible to apply to college or university as a Canadian High School Graduate.
To enter this program you will need to have completed GEOS English Level 5 / 6 (any start date) and you will also have to have completed Grade 11 or 12 of High School from home country. In addition, a study permit is mandatory for any student applying to the High School Pathways Program.
The typical length of this program is one academic high school year. The starting dates differ depending on the High School you attend and when you register and complete the requirements beforehand. The typical start for the program is in the Fall (September) and Winter (January) seasons. However you may need a longer period of study depending on your level of English fluency.
For more information in this program and a personalized study program please contact us at intl.info(at)sprachcaffe.com.
How to Apply:
To apply to the High School Pathways Program with SC Study Centers you will first need to take an online English placement test. Once you’re done you must send the results to intl.info(at)sprachcaffe.com, along with your academic transcripts, a Letter of recommendation from a school official to receive a customized study plan.
When you receive and agree to the study plan you will the send it back with your application form. You will then be asked to pay 40% of the total fees in order to release the letter of acceptance from the ESL portion and the High School portion. If for some reason your visa is denied, all fees will be refunded, minus a $500 nonrefundable fee.
|English Course, 30 lessons per week.||$300 per week|
|High School Year (Public School) – September to June (max 8 credits)||$16,000|
|High School Semester (Public School) – September to January OR February to June max 4 credits||$8,000|
|High School Year (Private School) – September to June (max 8 credits)||$22,000|
|High School Care Package: Custodianship, emergency contact, academic reports||$800|
|Registration Fee (Non Refundable)||$200|
|Homestay Family Accommodation - Single Room Full Board||$275 per week|
|Accommodation Placement Fee||$200|
|Airport Transfer (Both arrival and departure)||$175|
|Insurance (Mandatory)||$25 per week|
Intake: Fall Semester (September), Winter Semester (January)
Secondary: March 30th, September 30th
Refund Policy & Tuition Fee:
To get a full tuition fee refund, minus the nonrefundable administration fee ($500 CAD), will be granted if Citizenship and Immigration fail. If the government of Canada does not issue a Study Permit, the student can obtain a refund by providing the following:
- The original Letter of Rejection from Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
- The original Official Letter of Acceptance.
- The original receipt of tuition payment.
- A written refund request by the parent including the name and address of the cheque recipient.
Tuition Fee Will Not be Refunded If:
- If the student chooses to withdraw for reasons other than the Study Permit has been denied by the Citizenship and Immigration of Canada.
- If the student is found in violation of school regulations and asked to withdraw from the school.
- If false medical information was given and conditions were not disclosed.