The AP program provides for the study of subjects at an advanced, much more complex level: it helps not only to update knowledge, but also to prepare for admission to the chosen university, to the desired specialty and faculty.
Bronte College students can study the following disciplines at the AP level:
In addition, for senior pupils (pupils of the 12th grade), the pre-university preparatory course Pre-University Express Program, designed for six months (from January to June) is taught. For admission to the express course requires a good level of knowledge and English, a steady motivation and diligence: the course is quite difficult, intensive and requires a lot of work and perseverance from students.
Additional English classes for foreign students are also provided - the English as a Foreign Language (ESL) support program. Once the level of knowledge (linguistic and academic) of the student reaches the required level, he will be able to go to the main group and engage with the rest of the students.
The cost of training in Bronte College is:
The school is focused on teaching students in 8-12 grades and provides an opportunity to receive a valuable secondary school diploma (OSSD) (Ontario Secondary School Diploma), giving the opportunity to enter the best universities in Canada, North America and the world. Many graduates demonstrate such a high academic level that they receive higher education through scholarships and personal grants.
The J. Addison school campus is located in Markham just half an hour from the center of the vibrant, vibrant Toronto, Canada's most interesting and large city.
For students of J. Addison school, various activities are organized on campus and off-site during leisure time: intellectual quizzes and sports tournaments, interesting trips and excursions, walks and creative master classes. There are numerous clubs and interest clubs - for example, a section of dramatic art and music classes, the editors of the school yearbook. There are also big seasonal holidays, parties.