Laureate is an inclusive community where families and students from diverse cultures and heritages bring their unique perspectives, strengths, passions, and talents and unite to contribute to the growth of our students and the community.
We invite students to embrace their individuality, pursue their dreams, and achieve greatness through their journey with Laureate.
There are four terms a school year at Laureate, and students can enroll at the beginning of each term in September, November, January and April. Summer School is another term in July. A student can take up to two courses per term with up to eight (8) courses a school year.
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Director of Admissions and Communications
Every incredible journey begins with a single step; let’s do it!
- Book a campus tour with one of our Admissions team or
- Submit your Application
- Completed application form
- Proof of ID (passport ID page or birth certificate)
- Most recent two school years’ report cards. G12 candidates need to include G9, G10 and G11 report cards
- Application fee payment of $250 by cash, eTransfer, credit card or wire transfer, WeChat pay
- Other supporting documents, if available – awards, achievement certificates, portfolio for gifted arts program or professional assessment reports
- Personal cheque, Money Order, E-Transfer or Bank Draft in Canadian Dollars, payable to: LAUREATE COLLEGE
- E-Transfer to email@example.com
- Wire Transfer:
Account Holder Name and Address: Laureate College Inc. Account Number: 1081519 Branch Transit Number: 04012 Institution Number: 010 Branch Address: 5255 Yonge Street, Yonge-Norton Centre North York, Ontario M2N 6P4
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Swift Code: CIBCCATT * Please add a $40.00 CDN bank service charge to the total payable if paying by wire transfer.
- WeChat Pay or Ali Pay
Pros of Term-Based School
1. In-Depth Learning
2. Intensive Focus
Students can concentrate on a limited number of subjects at a time, promoting a more focused and immersive learning experience.
3. Consistent Daily Schedule
One course in the morning and one in the afternoon maintains a consistent daily schedule, which can contribute to effective time management and routine establishment.
4. Flexible Progression
The shorter duration per term allows for more flexibility in progressing through the curriculum, potentially accommodating different learning paces and styles.
5. Advanced placement
Students can progress consistently in their strong suit areas in a shorter period, thus able to achieve advanced standing during the high school year.
6. Applications to post-secondary admissions
G12 students will be able to submit six G12 courses’ final marks for acceptance decisions by the end of term 3 instead of four and two midterm marks as compared to semester-based schools.