Education in Ontario, Canada is based on a Kindergarten to Grade 12 system. Quality Programs Courses offered reflect students’ needs and interests. There are different courses that students can select depending on their future goals. Students may choose their compulsory courses from 3 types: university preparation, college preparation, and workplace preparation.
ONTARIO EDUCATION SYSTEM
- The ultimate goal for our programs is the help students accomplish their
dreams by being admitted to world class universities.
- Education Experts design classes based on students’ needs.
- Programs provide superior curriculums
- Programs offer multiple options for students once they graduate from
QUALITY PROGRAMS AT DEWEY
We offer Grades 9 – 12 credit courses based on the Ontario Ministry of Education curriculum. Students can select their courses according to their interests, aptitudes and future plans.
This is an accelerated program in which courses can be completed within 6 – 8 months. Students can select their courses based on their interests and future university plans.
This program provides students with opportunities to visit major cities and famous regions in North and Central America while integrating into their learning activities; including language studies, appreciation of custom and culture.
This program intends to provide a world class language learning experience for non-native English speakers. The program lays a solid foundation in all four skills of the English language while providing lots of classroom interaction and practical opportunities to learn and practice English.
Students may enroll in (AP) courses which give them the opportunity to experience university-level classes while completing their high school education. AP grades are accepted by many universities and may be credited towards first year university courses.
Dewey College offers this unique Summer/ Winter Camp Program to enrich students’ life.
- Outdoor Entertainment
- Experience Canadian Life
- Tour Cities in Canada
Students are required to write the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test. For students who are not successful in the test, Dewey College offers them the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OSSLC). By providing students with this course, Dewey College ensures that they can meet Ontario’s literacy requirement and become eligible to earn the OSSD.
The School also offers TOEFL, IELTS and other English proficiency test courses for students aiming to enroll in top universities.