Ontario Secondary School Diploma(OSSD)
Designed for students who wish to obtain a high school diploma in Canada.
This Program is designed for students who didn’t obtain a high school diploma in their home country. Students who enrolled in Ontario High School courses will get an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD), and can also apply to any Canadian or International University.
Graduates from middle schools and current course takers for Grades 10,11 and 12 ( or current course takers in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB), O-level)
- Based on the standards of the Ontario Ministry of Education, courses which were taken in their home country can be transferred and receive a credit which is required by the OSSD.
- Courses are a total of 110 hours, and can be taken in the morning, afternoon and evening.
There is also a flexible schedule and start date, which can help students save energy and time.
- Students can take 12 credits per year.
- Our Academic Guidance Counselor will help students one-on-one and assist them in their personal study plan.
In order to get an OSSD, students must obtain 30 secondary school course credits (which include 18 compulsory courses and 12 optional courses). Students need also finish 10 hours of community involvement per year, and successfully pass the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT).
The school will evaluate international students’ courses which were taken in their home country; one of the necessary requirements for credit transfer is a complete and official transcript. The school will compare the courses students took in their home country with Canadian courses, and evaluate how many credits the student can get. The following chart shows an estimation of transferred credits for different grades (Note: this chart is only for reference. A final decision will be made when students present their official transcript to the school)