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Eastview (Eastview Public School)

Address: 421 Grove St E, Barrie, ON L4M 5S1
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Description Eastview (Eastview Public School)

  • Year of foundation: 1967
  • Location: Barrie, Simcoe County District, Ontario, Canada
  • Age of students: from 15 to 19 years
  • Type of institution: public school
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Type of training: joint.
  • Eastview is a prestigious and well-known educational institution, founded in 1967 and having proven itself for half a century of history. The school has many achievements and is often set as an example of a quality secondary education. She is a member of the educational group where other schools in the Simcoe County area are:

  • Eastview Secondary School
  • Innisdale Secondary School
  • Bradford District High School
  • Elmvale District High School
  • Banting Memorial High School
  • Nottawasaga Pines Secondary School
  • Barrie North Collegiate Institute
  • Bear Creek Secondary School
  • Collingwood Collegiate Institute
  • Nantyr Shores Secondary School
  • Georgian Bay District Secondary School
  • Twin Lakes Secondary School
  • Orillia Secondary School
  • Stayner Collegiate Institute.
  • Eastview offers high-quality standard programs to students from all over the world, leading to obtaining prestigious and sought-after degrees. At school, you can take specialized and vocational courses, a lot of attention is paid to foreign students - they receive additional support for language development, adaptation to lifestyle. Teachers and specialists of the school have extremely high qualifications and rich experience. School Departments:

  • Arts (Art)
  • Business
  • Canadian & World Studies (Canadian and World Studies)
  • Computer Studies (Computer Studies)
  • Co-operative Education
  • English (English)
  • ESS and ELL
  • French & International Languages ​​(French and international languages)
  • Guidance
  • Health & Physical Education (Health and Physical Education)
  • Library
  • Math (Math)
  • Science
  • Social Sciences (Social Sciences)
  • Special Education
  • Technology.
  • Thanks to the special individualized education system built at school, each pupil receives maximum attention and support, which guarantees qualitative progress. Every year, school graduates go to the best universities and colleges in Canada, the United States and other countries of the world.

    Eastview is the perfect place for education, talent development and the talents of every child!

    Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Eastview (Eastview Public School)

    Program name
    Date
    Age
    Cost

    High School Program (grades 9-12)

  • Classes: 9-12
  • Standard and Diploma: Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
  • Eastview gives students from any country in the world the opportunity to obtain a prestigious diploma of secondary education in the province of Ontario. The educational program specializes in grades 9-12, all subjects and disciplines are taught at an exceptionally high level. In addition to the required subjects, each student studies a certain number of areas of his / her choice - usually these are the subjects for which he wants to develop in the further process of study and employment. Teachers and specialists of the school help students to determine their preferences. Disciplines and sections of science:

    1) Art (Art):

  • Dance (Dance)
  • Media Arts
  • Music: Instrumental, Vocal, Guitar, Orchestra, Concert Choir (Music: instrumental, vocal, guitar, orchestra, concert choir)
  • Drama
  • Visual Arts.
  • 2) Business Studies (Business Studies):

  • Marketing (Marketing)
  • International Business Fundamentals (International Business: Foundations)
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Leadership (Leadership).
  • 3) Computer Studies (Computer Science)

    4) Co-operative Education

    5) English (English):

  • Academic
  • Applied
  • Writer's Craft.
  • 6) Health & Physical Education (Health and Physical Education)

    7) Languages:

  • French, Extended French (French and Advanced French)
  • Spanish.
  • 8) Mathematics (Mathematics)

    9) Science (Science):

  • Essential
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Environmental (Environment)
  • Outdoor Education.
  • 10) Social Science

  • Canadian & World Studies (Canadian and World Studies)
  • History
  • Geography
  • Law
  • Travel & Tourism (Travel and tourism).
  • 11) Technology:

  • Communications
  • Computer (Computers)
  • Construction (Construction, Construction)
  • Technological Design
  • Transportation
  • Custom Woodworking (Woodworking).
  • 12) Broadcast and Print Production (Broadcast and print production)

    13) Digital Imagery and Web Design (Digital Images and Web Design)

    14) Director's Craft (Directorial)

    15) Entrepreneurship, The Venture (Entrepreneurship and Enterprise)

    16) Environmental Science

    17) Exercise Science

    18) First Nations, Metis, And Inuit Studies (Studies of the “First” Nationalities, Métis and Inuit)

    19) Forces of Nature

    20) Gender Studies (Gender Studies)

    21) Housing and Home Design (Home and Home Design)

    22) International Business Fundamentals (International Business)

    23) Outdoor Education (Additional education outside school)

    24) Playwriting and Theater Development (Game and Theater).

    In the process of learning, all schoolchildren receive broad support for the development of career and practical skills; they can acquire initial knowledge in a particular specialty. Foreign students take special courses “English as a second language”, attend special classes on adaptation to the lifestyle and education system. As you approach graduation class, classes are becoming more intense and individualized, and in grades 11–12, teenagers are preparing for college or university (or when they start work). After completing all the requirements and passing the final exams, students are awarded a diploma of secondary education in the province of Ontario (Ontario Secondary School Diploma), which is highly valued at colleges and universities throughout the world. Eastview graduates demonstrate high success rates and annually go to the best universities around the world.

    Tuition at the high school program (grades 9-12): from $ 7500 CAD / semester, from $ 14500 CAD / year.

    Advanced Placement Program (AP)

  • Classes: 11-12.
  • Eastview provides all of its students with the opportunity to study under the prestigious AP standard. This program involves an in-depth and comprehensive study of certain subjects in fact at the academic, university level. These courses offer significant advantages for admission to universities and are highly valued by educational institutions. Training is conducted in grades 11-12 - about 40 items are available according to this standard (it is better to check the items available at the school in a particular year from our specialists). Popular disciplines of students:

  • English
  • English literature
  • French
  • Francophone literature
  • Mathematics and Mathematics
  • Foreign (foreign) languages
  • Psychology and Psychology
  • History
  • Naturally scientific cycle
  • Economy
  • Geography.
  • Examinations are carried out in all completed subjects, according to the results supporting documents are handed.

    Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) Program

    The Specialized Skills Development Program is a special course developed in the province of Ontario and operating in schools in its territory. The program is designed to provide students with specific knowledge and practical skills in order to prepare them for a particular profession in the future or for admission to certain specialties at a college or university. Training is conducted in parallel with school classes, expands and complements the school curriculum. There are two directions available in Eastview:

    1) Arts & Culture (Art and Culture). Aims to provide the basics of industry knowledge and skills in various fields of art. The program is adjusted depending on the preferences of the student and other conditions and may have a different content: the management of dancing, dramatic art or technical production. Art and culture are important elements of the new global economy - not only because of their entertaining value, but also because they develop very useful skills in people. Pupils receive a high level of knowledge and prepare for further development.

    2) Business (Business). Students receive wide support and development, can earn certificates First Aid, CPR, WHMIS, Customer Service and Personality Dimensions, visit workplaces, offices of companies and enterprises. Specialization areas:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Information and Communication Technology (Information and Communication Technology)
  • Marketing (Marketing)
  • Accounting
  • Business Leadership (Leadership)
  • International Business (International Business).
  • Following the results of training, students receive special certificates and can develop in the chosen direction, enroll in educational institutions or begin work.

    Ontario Youth Apprenticehip (OYAP) Program

    Eastview provides its students with the opportunity to study at the OYAP professional program: students who have reached the age of 16 and have at least 16 credits by the standard of high school are allowed to participate. The training allows students in grades 11 and 12 to gain real work experience in specific areas. The programs are compiled taking into account comments from real employers, the process involves teenagers themselves, teachers and school specialists, parents and companies and organizations. Close cooperation helps to achieve goals, educate talented and purposeful employees. From year to year the program has only positive reviews. Upon completion, a special certificate is presented.

    Accommodation and food

    Accommodation is arranged according to the Homestay standard - children for the entire period of study settle in the home of a Canadian family. Families who have the right to host children go through a thorough selection process and are supervised by special agencies. Each student is provided with a bedroom and a workplace, children spend time with their families and are in a comfortable and safe environment. Three meals a day are provided.

    Cost of accommodation and meals: from 6875 $ CAD / semester (5 months), from 11250 $ CAD / year (10 months).

    Events Eastview (Eastview Public School)

    The school adopted a system of comprehensive development of students: all children are engaged in sports and physical activity, different types of creativity, and extra-curricular life is full of events and activities. Kinds of sports:

    1) September-December:

  • Cross country
  • Run
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball (for men)
  • Basketball (female)
  • Football (male)
  • Golf
  • Rugby.
  • 2) January-March:

  • Volleyball (female)
  • Basketball (male)
  • Fight
  • Hockey
  • Curling
  • Badminton
  • Skates
  • Swimming.
  • 3) March-June:

  • Rugby
  • Track
  • Football (women)
  • Tennis
  • Baseball (male)
  • Softball (female)
  • Golf.
  • Creation:

  • Music: Instruments, Vocals, Bands
  • Acting in theater and cinema
  • Painting, drawing and drawing
  • Sculpture
  • Fashion and design
  • TV and radio
  • Writing talent.
  • Clubs and sections:

  • Anime Club (Anime)
  • Athletic Society
  • Concert Band (Concert Band)
  • Concert Choir (Concert Choir)
  • Drama Club (Drama)
  • Film Club (Cinema)
  • Jazz Band (Jazz Band)
  • Newspaper (Newspaper)
  • Science Club
  • Student Council (Student Council)
  • Yearbook
  • Wildcat Radio Station (Radio Station).
  • Events and excursions:

  • Festivals and holidays
  • Theater performances
  • Cinema
  • Tourism: hiking, on transport, hiking
  • Excursions
  • sights
  • Museums
  • Visits to the offices of companies and organizations
  • Niagara Falls
  • Amusement park
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants and cafes.
  • Advantages

  • One of the best public schools in Canada
  • Specialization in high school program
  • Prestigious and sought-after degrees
  • Own development in education
  • Broad student support
  • Development of sports and creative skills
  • Career and Worker Courses
  • Highly qualified teachers
  • The best equipment and accommodation.
  • Equipment Eastview (Eastview Public School)

    The campus has an exceptional level of equipment and has everything you need for a comfortable study:

  • Classroom
  • Comfortable jobs
  • Multimedia and presentation equipment
  • Library
  • Computer classes with the best technology
  • Science laboratories
  • Audience to play music
  • Audiences for art activities
  • Medical room
  • A cafe
  • Sports grounds and facilities
  • Accessible environment for people with disabilities
  • Walking areas.
  • Term dates and fees

    The academic year is divided into two semesters:

  • First: September-January
  • Second: February-June.
  • Cost of education:

  • Grades 9-12: from $ 7500 CAD / semester, from $ 14500 CAD / year
  • Standards: Advanced Placement, SHSM Program, Ontario Youth Apprenticehip (OYAP): check with our specialists.
  • Additional charges:

  • Registration fee
  • Deposit confirming a place on the course
  • Service fee
  • Examination Boards
  • Tuition deposit
  • Air tickets in both directions
  • Transfer in both directions
  • Compulsory medical insurance
  • Personal pocket expenses
  • Visa fees and services, translation and certification of documents
  • Consular fee (paid at the Embassy).
  • Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

  • Application (+ all necessary documents and certificates)
  • Report card with detailed excerpt
  • High level of knowledge and skills (especially in English and math)
  • Recommendations from teachers / class teacher
  • It is possible to conduct tests to identify the level of knowledge.
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    - some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
    - we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
    - for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

    - recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
    - the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
    - for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
    - for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
    - MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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