Why Private high school?

At Queenswood High School, we encourage all students to pursue excellence through lifelong learning in a safe and conducive environment. Moreover, admissions process in private school is easy. The primary objective of Ontario virtual high school is to ensure that each student gets the maximum attention and opportunity to learn. Among the many goals and objectives that we strive to accomplish are:
• Provide a tradition of excellence in learning and personal growth. To develop a feeling of self-worth through accomplishments, discipline and respect for oneself and others.
• Encourage self-motivation so that students take a responsible role in their own education.
• Create a positive learning environment through shared responsibility of teachers, students, and parents.
• Prepare students for the world of work by developing productivity, punctuality, and pride in work.

Moreover, we are offering courses to students which can help them in attaining a desired career. We understand that sometimes we have to drop out our studies due to some family problems therefore, we are available for providing GED courses. Apart from this, if you need more credits to enroll into desired university or college, we offer courses according to the guidelines of Ontario’s Ministry of education.

Our students are encouraged and fully supported to live up to their full potential as individuals and to become contributing, responsible members of society, who will think clearly, feel deeply, and act wisely. For getting admissions in courses check the prerequisites and terms available.

Ontario Online High School Offers:

  • Students have the opportunity to demonstrate distinction in academics, leadership and fitness of mind, body, and spirit and an environment that retains cultural values!
  • A positive, safe nurturing climate that enhances learning by establishing and maintaining a high level of academic and behavior expectations.
  • High academic as well as behavioral standards; where Students respect each other, their parents and the community. It is a complete academic program for all children without discrimination of colour, ethnic background, national origin, race, gender, or economic status, with particular emphasis to prepare for professional career.

Academic Information

Queenswood High School offers a wide range of academic courses from Grade 9 to 12. One can directly get admission by filling the application form because admissions are open. In our secondary school programs, our students are expected to graduate with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma and have the opportunity to gain honors and/or compete for the Governor General’s Award. The objective is to prepare students for university, college, other post-secondary education or the workplace.

We assist students in acquiring the academic skills, attitude, and behavior necessary for a successful and happy high school experience. Higher levels emphasize the development of analytical and practical skills, and a mastery of a wide range of theoretical concepts.

The school will also participate in various seminars, presentations and tests conducted by many organizations and schools to ensure that the school’s academic performance is at the level of the best schools in the district.







The Admission Process


Select A Program

Visit programs page and select the program that is suitable for your career goals. If you need more information about a particular program, you can write to



Admissions Requirements

Once the Program is finalized, proceed to check with the Admissions Requirements.


Fill Application Form

Apply for the program by submitting Application Form and attaching all the required documents.


Make Payment

Our Administrator team will guide you in making payment for admission process.


Wait For LOA

Once the application has been reviewed and accepted, the applicant will receive documents along with detailed instructions on the fee payments and the deposit schedule. Positive evaluation will lead to issuance of Letter of Acceptance.


Apply for Study Permit (if required)

As an international student you are required to apply for a study permit. This can be done through your local Canadian Embassy, using the letter of acceptance.