We are a private school operating in Ontario since 2006, Ontario Ministry of Education BSID No. 882297. We are approved by the Ontario Ministry of Education to grant credits leading to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). For our international students, we expanded our license to cover both elementary (grades 1-8) and secondary (grades 9-12) applicants. We have also developed a pre-university prep program for our international applicants, in which we will conduct English as Second Language (ESL) and English Language Proficiency Preparation (IELTS or TOEFL or MELAB, etc).
All our international applications processed through our website or their agents. provided. The school will provide the applicant and their parents/or guardians with the application form. A copy of the passport needs to be also attached to the form. On receipt of the documents if the student qualifies to enrol then the student will pay the tuition fee for the first semester and the administration fee(non-refundable) to get the Letter of Acceptance and the payment receipt will be sent to the student. If PLAR assessment is required the assessment fee (non-refundable) will be applicable.
Important: All payments should be made to Queenswood High School only as per banking information given.
For all your questions please email us on email@example.com and our International Admissions Team will get back to you within two working days.
Important: Queenswood High School DO NOT charge any medical insurance fees. We DO NOT charge hostel fees or any other fees.
This letter of acceptance is to be used to apply for a study permit. A copy of the checklist of documents required for applying is attached as a PDF document (Reference letter and Checklist documents attached here).
Disclaimer: Queenswood High School does not warrant/guarantee issue of Study-Permit/Student-visa. The issue of Study-Permit/Student- visa is the sole authority of the Visa Officer at the relevant Canadian Consulate/Embassy.
Please note that the letter of acceptance is only for the applicant to apply for a study permit. Parents and/or guardians CAN NOT use these documents to apply for a visa. For more details on any visa related matters, please contact the nearest Canadian Embassy/Consulate. or check the website of Citizenship & Immigration Canada.
Citizenship & Immigration Canada (CIC) estimates living costs in Canada (excluding Quebec) to be around CAD$9,000 per year, excluding tuition fees and study related expenses such as books, materials, etc.