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Collingwood Public School

Address: 6 Cameron St, Collingwood, ON L9Y 2J2
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Description Collingwood Public School

  • Year of foundation: 1954
  • Location: Collingwood, 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.

Collingwood (Collingwood Public School) is a prestigious high school located in the city of Collingwood and has been operating for over 60 years. The school is one of the best in the province of Ontario, and students from all over the world are striving to enroll here, which is not surprising, because over the decades of work, the school has established itself in the best way. The school is part of the Simcoe County District educational group, which unites 14 institutions of the same name district, and maintains close partnership with it:

  • 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
  • Nantyr Shores Secondary School
  • Georgian Bay District Secondary School
  • Twin Lakes Secondary School
  • Orillia Secondary School
  • Stayner Collegiate Institute.

Collingwood offers its students educational programs of exceptional quality. It is available to study a large number of professional courses and disciplines at a very high level, the system is individualized, each student receives the maximum attention. The teachers and specialists of the school are the best in their fields: they not only provide knowledge, but teach children to think outside the box, to find answers to the most complex questions and tasks. In addition to the main program, specialized skills development courses, English courses and much more are available. The diploma, which is awarded at school, is considered one of the best, and graduates annually enter the best universities around the world.

Collingwood is the choice of those who care about the welfare and happy future of their child!

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Collingwood Public School

Program name
from 9 000 $CAD / semester

High School Program (grades 9-12)

  • Classes: 9-12
  • Standard and Diploma: Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
  • Collingwood specializes in high school programs - from 9 to 12. To enter the school, you must have a sufficiently high level of knowledge and skills, especially in English and mathematics.

    The complex of disciplines that are required and optional is studied - each discipline provides a fundamental knowledge base and lays a solid foundation for further development. Teachers and mentors help students determine their interests, special classes and lectures are held. Available disciplines and sections of science:

    1) Art (Art):

  • Drama
  • Visual Arts
  • Music: Instrumental, Vocal, Band, Repertoire (Music: instruments, vocals, group, repertoire).
  • 2) Business Studies (Business Studies):

  • Marketing (Marketing)
  • International Business Fundamentals (Basics of International Business)
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Leadership (Leadership in Business).
  • 3) Canadian & World Studies (Canadian and World Studies):

  • Economics
  • Geography
  • Travel & Tourism (Travel & Tourism)
  • The Environment & Resource (Environment and Resources)
  • Management (Management)
  • History
  • Law
  • Politics.
  • 4) Computer Studies (Computer Science)

    5) Co-operative Education

    6) English (English):

  • Academic
  • Applied
  • Media Studies (in the field of media resources)
  • Writer's Craft.
  • 7) Guidance & Career Education (Leadership and Career Education)

    8) Health & Physical Education (Health and Physical Education)

    9) Languages:

  • French (French)
  • Extended French (Advanced French Course).
  • 10) Mathematics (Mathematics)

    11) Science (Science):

  • Essential
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Environmental Science (Environment)
  • Earth & Space Science (Earth and space).
  • 12) Social Science:

  • Food & Nutrition (Food & Nutrition)
  • Food & Culture (Food & Culture)
  • Understanding Fashion (Understanding the fashion world)
  • Working with Children
  • World Cultures.
  • 13) Technology:

  • Communications
  • Construction (Facility)
  • Manufacturing
  • Hairstyling & Aesthetics (Hairdressing and Aesthetics)
  • Hospitality & Tourism (Hospitality and Tourism)
  • Transportation (Logistics and transportation).
  • 14) Art, Non-Traditional (Non-Traditional Art)

  • Street Art (street art)
  • Skateboard Culture (Skateboard).
  • 15) Chef Training (Training for the cook)

    16) Cosmetology (Cosmetology)

    17) Manufacturing Technology (Production Technology)

  • Jewelry (Jewelcrafting)
  • Textile.
  • 18) Marketing, Retail & Service (Marketing, Commerce and Service)

    19) Music & Computers (Music and Computers)

    20) Radio, Audio & Sound Production (Radio, audio and sound)

    21) Robotics & Control Systems (Robotronics and control systems)

    22) Sports Entertainment Marketing (Marketing in Sports)

    23) TV, Video & Movie Production (TV, video and film production).

    Schoolchildren receive broad support for the development of career and professional skills: a number of special programs are in place, master classes and classes are regularly held with the participation of invited specialists. Foreign students receive assistance in adapting to the way of life and the education system, and they take classes in the course “English as a second language”.

    The exceptional quality of the programs and the high professionalism of the teachers guarantee the students a high level of knowledge and development. Those who successfully complete the program pass the final exams and receive the prestigious Ontario Secondary School Diploma in secondary education. This document is recognized as one of the best in the world and is accepted by educational institutions in Canada, the United States, and most countries in Europe and Asia. Collingwood graduates annually enter the best universities of the country and the world.

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

    from 9 000 $CAD / semester

    Advanced Placement Program (AP)

  • Classes: 11-12.
  • Collingwood gives you the opportunity to receive the prestigious AP diploma: this standard is valid in Canada and the United States (+ in international schools) and is recognized as exceptionally high quality, so that graduates have an advantage when entering higher education. Courses are held in grades 11–12; in total, about 40 disciplines operate under this standard (subjects available at school must be checked with our specialists). In terms of content and substance, these are university level courses with an exceptionally high level of knowledge and intensity. The most popular items:

  • English and English literature
  • French and French Literature
  • Mathematics
  • Foreign languages
  • Psychological science
  • History
  • Natural science cycle
  • Economy
  • Geography.
  • At the end of the course, adolescents take exams - good grades give an advantage when entering higher education.

    Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) Program

    The development of specialized skills of the highest level is a special program that is developed in the province of Ontario and operates in educational institutions on its territory. Schoolchildren have a unique opportunity to get serious skills and knowledge without interrupting their studies. SHSM is designed to complement school education and introduce active practice in the educational process. Several destinations are available in Collingwood:

    1) Construction: Building & Design (Construction: construction and design). Directions:

  • Architecture
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Treatment
  • Production
  • Welding
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Plumbing
  • Building
  • Woodworking
  • Technical design
  • Robotics
  • Housing and home design
  • Computer science.
  • The program offers the necessary courses, training and experience that help students gain knowledge and skills for further development and work. Schoolchildren get the opportunity to get certified in the current sector, including CPR-C, First Aid, Work at Heights, WHMIS, basic health and safety, basic trading and programming skills. Special attention is paid to mathematical literacy. Components of study:

  • Collaboration experience
  • Field training
  • Information sessions with trained professionals
  • Trips to jobs
  • Visiting institutes and enterprises related to industry.
  • Ways of development after the direction:

    Further education:

    Upon admission to the College:

    When entering university:





    An electrician





    Architectural Engineering Technician

    Civil Engineer

    Construction appraiser

    Construction manager

    Executive / Leader

    Home inspector

    Interior designer

    House renovation wizard


    Construction engineer

    Civil Engineer

    Mechanical engineer

    Electrical Engineer

    Assistant Carpenter

    Concrete worker

    General worker

    Demolition worker

    Drywall Installer

    House renovation wizard

    2) Hospitality and Tourism (Hospitality and tourism)

    A course for students who are interested in cooking, hospitality and everything related to these industries. Gives an inclusive overview of skills and knowledge, helps to get certificates, teach teamwork skills, introduces the characteristics of the industry. Teens constantly visit real companies and jobs, get experience in their field. Disciplines:

  • Hospitality and culinary skills
  • Travel and tourism
  • Peer leadership
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Ecology
  • Personal Finance Management
  • Food and Culture
  • Nutrition and health
  • Nutrition and healthy living
  • World problems
  • Environmental and Resource Management
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Marketing and business.
  • Ways of development after the direction:

    Further education:






    Meat cutting



    Special Events Coordinator

    Housing Manager

    Conference and Event Planner

    Food Service Manager

    Hotel / Resort Manager

    Restaurant Manager

    Tourism manager

    Travel advisor

    Nutritionist doctor



    Public and Environmental Health Officer

    Public Relations and Communication

    Food / Beverage Service

    Food counter

    Kitchen Assistant

    Food stylist

    Hotel / specialist at the reception

    Booking agent

    Tour and guide

    3) Health and Wellness

    For students interested in the areas of health and well-being, and thinking about a career in this direction. Consists of 5 extensive items:

  • Loans throughout the program
  • Industry Certification and Training Courses
  • Experimental and career research in the sector
  • Reach ahead (special practices)
  • Sector-Partner Contextualized Experience (contextualized experience in content, skills and knowledge).
  • Ways of development after the direction:

    Further education:




    Child and youth worker

    Early Childhood Caregiver (ECE / DECE)

    Education assistant

    Ambulance staff

    Health workers

    Biomedical technologist

    Social worker service

    Dental Hygienist / Assistant

    Funeral director

    Personal assistant

    Medical technician

    Pharmacy Officer

    Practical nurse


    Orthopedic technologist

    Respiratory therapist

    Sports therapist

    Audiology / Language of Speech




    Counselor / Therapist

    Psychologist / Psychotherapist



    Professional therapist



    Public Health Inspector

    Registered nurse


    Social worker

    Sports medicine

    Medical microbiologist

    Assistant in the blood donor clinic

    Personal trainer

    Medical Reception

    Fitness instructor

    Hospital candidate

    Hospital Cleaner


    Program Manager

    Ontario Youth Apprenticehip (OYAP) Program

    The Collingwood Access curriculum is developed and adopted throughout the province of Ontario: it is aimed at the possibility of obtaining a specific working qualification without separation from the school. Schoolchildren who have reached the age of 16 and who have at least 16 credits (credits) according to the senior grade standard are allowed to participate. The course involves close cooperation between students, teachers, companies and parents. Through this program, employers not only find future talented employees, but also help them become more competent and develop in the direction that the industry requires. All students receive a special certificate.

    Accommodation and food

    Pupils are housed in the homes of local residents, which gives them a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the culture and customs of the country, to be in a safe and comfortable home environment. All families go through a process of careful selection and are monitored by the relevant authorities. Children are provided with a separate bedroom, work area and full three meals a day. Guardianship is provided for students under the age of 18 years. Houses are located in close proximity to the place of study.

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

    Events Collingwood Public School

    The main goal of the school is the all-round development of children: all conditions have been created for playing sports and creativity, there are a large number of clubs and sections of interest. Many graduates subsequently achieve success thanks to the basics that were laid in high school. Kinds of sports:

    1. Autumn months:

    • Cross country
    • Tennis
    • Volleyball (for men)
    • Basketball (female)
    • Football (male)
    • Golf.

    2. Winter:

    • Volleyball (female)
    • Basketball (male)
    • Fight
    • Hockey
    • Curling
    • Badminton
    • Swimming
    • Skiing.

    3. Spring:

    • Rugby
    • Track
    • Football (women)
    • Tennis
    • Baseball (male)
    • Softball (female)
    • Badminton.


    • Music, musical groups
    • Vocals and singing
    • Instruments
    • Acting skills
    • Painting, drawing and drawing
    • Sculpture
    • Fashion and design.

    Clubs and sections:

    • 3 Full Concert Bands (Concert Ensembles)
    • Choir
    • Drumline
    • Jazz Ensembles (Jazz Ensemble)
    • Marching Band
    • Summer music camps
    • Amnesty international
    • CCI AM Radio Station
    • Chess club
    • Dance club
    • Green team
    • Improv club
    • Library club
    • Link crew
    • Math club
    • Mountain biking
    • Newspaper
    • OSAID
    • Sane
    • The outdoorsmen.

    Events and excursions:

    • Holidays, Festivals
    • Going to the theater and cinema
    • Tourism
    • Hiking and bus tours
    • Museums and attractions
    • Niagara Falls
    • Amusement park
    • Shopping
    • Restaurants and cafes.


    • Prestigious and famous school
    • Own individualized training system
    • All-round student development
    • One of the best high school diplomas
    • The best teachers and specialists
    • A small number of people in the class
    • The possibility of obtaining additional certificates and skills
    • Comfortable and safe accommodation
    • The best equipment.

    Equipment Collingwood Public School

    The campus has an exceptionally high level of equipment - everything is here so that children feel at home and can devote their time to study:

    • Classrooms (with comfortable workplaces and multimedia equipment)
    • Computer and scientific laboratories
    • Music and creative studio
    • Communication Studio
    • Visual Arts Studio
    • Massage room
    • Technological wing
    • Cafeteria
    • Cosmetology Studio
    • WiFi access library
    • Outdoor sports grounds
    • Career Center
    • Language centre
    • Sports complex
    • Walking areas.

    Term dates and fees

    The academic year is divided into two semesters:

    • First: September-January
    • Second: February-June.

    Cost of education:

    • Senior classes: from 7500 $ CAD / semester, from 14500 $ CAD / year
    • Programs: 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

    • Properly completed application
    • Previous School Report Card
    • Adequate level of knowledge and skills (primarily in English and mathematics)
    • Recommendations from teachers / class teacher / deputy director
    • The school reserves the right to conduct tests in mathematics, English and other languages.


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    - 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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