College of Toronto - Toronto Private School

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The College of Toronto was founded in 2004 as a private, non-denominational, co-educational school. The current program offers high school courses from grades 9 through 12, with independent study also available.

Secondary School Program (Grades 9 to 12)

The Ontario Curriculum expectations for high schools are developed to ensure students are educated and prepared for today’s changing world as well as for the demands of the 21st century. The College of Toronto offers a high school program that covers Grades 9 to 12. All academic courses are based on the guidelines set forth by the Ontario Ministry of Education. The secondary program is based on a credit system. Students obtain one credit for every 110-hour course successfully completed. The objective of our Secondary school Program is to prepare our students for college and university studies, by providing an advanced education in the areas of language, mathematical, scientific, social and artistic studies.

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)

To obtain an OSSD (Ontario Secondary School Diploma), a student must:

•earn 30 high school credits (18 compulsory and 12 optional)
•complete 40 hours of community involvement activities
•successfully write the provincial secondary school literacy diploma requirement through successful completion of either the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test or the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course
High School Courses that We Offer:

The Arts (Dramatic Arts, Media Arts, Visual Arts)
Business Studies ( Accounting, International Business, Entrepreneurial Studies, Marketing, Organizational Studies)
Canadian and World Studies (Geography, History, Travel and Tourism, Canadian and World Issues, Civics, Careers, Economic, Law, Politics)
English (Literacy Skills Reading and Writing, Media Studies, Presentation and Speaking Skills, Studies in Literature, Communication in the World of Business and Technology, the Writer’s Craft)
Guidance and Career Education
International Languages (French, Spanish)
Health and Physical Education
Mathematics (Principles of Mathematics, Functions and Relations, Advanced functions and Introductory Calculus, Mathematics of Data Management, Geometry and Discrete Mathematics)
Science (Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Space Science, Physics)
Social Sciences and the Humanities (Food and Nutrition, Issues in Human Growth and Development, Challenge and Change in Society, Philosophy: Questions and Theories)