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Innisdale Public School

Address: 95 Little Ave
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Description Innisdale Public School

  • Year of foundation: 1978
  • Location: Barrie, Simcoe County District, Ontario, Canada
  • Age of students: from 15 to 19 years
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Type of training: joint.

Innisdale (Innisdale Public School) is a prestigious and well-known public school located in the city of Barrie, Ontario. The school was founded in 1978 and underwent a fundamental reorganization and re-equipment in 2013. Over the long years of work, it proved to be the best way: more than one generation of talented students grew up here, who later achieved success in their professional activities. The school is part of an educational group that brings together other educational institutions of the same name district (Simcoe County District):

  • Eastview Secondary School
  • Innisdale Secondary School
  • Bradford District High School
  • Collingwood Collegiate Institute
  • Nantyr Shores Secondary School
  • Georgian Bay District Secondary School
  • Elmvale District High School
  • Banting Memorial High School
  • Nottawasaga Pines Secondary School
  • Barrie North Collegiate Institute
  • Bear Creek Secondary School
  • Twin Lakes Secondary School
  • Orillia Secondary School
  • Stayner Collegiate Institute.

Innisdale specializes in high school programs and offers students from any country in the world to get high-quality education diplomas. Special programs are available, great attention is paid to the development of professional and work skills. Classes are conducted by highly qualified teachers with rich and successful work experience. Departments and disciplines:

  • Art
  • Business
  • Canadian and World Studies
  • Computer Studies
  • Joint education
  • English
  • French and foreign languages
  • Management and leadership
  • Health and physical education
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Science: biology, physics, chemistry
  • Social sciencies
  • Special educational programs
  • Technologies.

Graduates of the school annually demonstrate high results of final exams and enter the best educational institutions of the country and the world. Innisdale is the best choice for those parents who care about a happy future, the health and well-being of their child!

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

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-18
from 9 000 $CAD / semester

High School Program (grades 9-12)

  • Classes: 9-12
  • Standard and Diploma: Ontario Secondary School Diploma.
  • Innisdale conducts exceptionally high-quality, high-standard education programs adopted in the province of Ontario. Educational programs contain a complex of disciplines (mandatory and elective), each of which provides a fundamental level of knowledge and skills. Teachers and school specialists help children to decide on their area of ​​interest and better understand which areas and sciences are especially interesting to them. Available disciplines and sections of science:

    1. Art (Art):

  • Dance (Dance)
  • Drama
  • Visual Arts
  • Integrated Arts Leadership (Leadership in Integrated Art)
  • Music: Instrumental, Vocal, Guitar, Band, Keyboard (Music: instrumental, vocal, guitar, band, keyboard).
  • 2. Business Studies (Business Studies):

  • Marketing (Marketing)
  • Analyzing Current Economic Issues
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business Leadership (Business Leadership).
  • 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. Co-operative Education

    5. English (English):

  • Academic
  • Applied
  • Writer's Craft
  • Studies in Literature (Studies in literature).
  • 6. Guidance & Career Education (Leadership and Career Education)

    7. Health & Physical Education (Health and Physical Education)

    8. Languages ​​(Modified & Core French) (Languages: modifications and basic French)

    9. Mathematics (Mathematics)

    10. Science:

  • Essential (Essential)
  • Astronomy (Astronomy)
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Earth & Space Science Earth and Space).
  • 11. Social Science:

  • Family Studies (Family Studies)
  • Food & Nutrition (Food & Nutrition)
  • Canadian & World Studies (Canadian and World Studies)
  • Understanding Fashion (Understanding Fashion)
  • Philosophy (Philosophy)
  • World Religions.
  • 12. Technology (Technology):

  • Communications
  • Computer (Computers)
  • Hospitality & Tourism (Hospitality and Tourism)
  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation Transportation)
  • Construction (Construction, construction).
  • 13. Architectural Design

    14. Astronomy (Astronomy)

    15. Entrepreneurship, The Venture (Entrepreneurship, Enterprise)

    16. Exercise Science

    17. First Nations, Metis & Inuit Studies (First Nation, Métis and Inuit)

    18. Global Perspectives

    19. Integrated Arts & Leadership (Integrated Arts and Leadership)

    20. Interior Design

    21. Theater Production (Theater production)

    22. Understanding Fashion (Understanding the fashion world)

    23. Working with Infants & Young Children (Work with babies and young children).

    In the course of training, a large number of various classes are held, master classes and lectures with invited experts are constantly arranged. Foreign students receive broad support for language development, adaptation and to the lifestyle and educational system. Teachers create a comfortable atmosphere in classrooms, each student in the classroom feels necessary and useful. In graduation classes, a large number of classes are held in elective subjects; there is an active process of preparing for exams and entering higher educational institutions (or starting work activities). If all requirements are successfully met and students pass the final exams, they receive a diploma of secondary education in the province of Ontario (Ontario Secondary School Diploma), which provides great advantages for students in Canada, the United States and other countries.

    Tuition at the high school program (grades 9-12): from $ 9000 CAD / semester, from $ 16000 CAD / year.

    Annual
    15-18
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    managers

    Advanced Placement Program (AP)

  • Classes: 11-12.
  • Innisdale provides all high school students the opportunity to take special courses at the university level. Training is conducted in grades 11-12 and includes a set of basic and elective disciplines aimed at providing a fundamental level of knowledge. Pupils who receive knowledge of this standard are subsequently more successfully involved in university life and studies. According to the standard, about 40 disciplines have been developed, but not all of them are available in the educational institution (the exact list should be clarified with our specialists). Popular disciplines:

  • English
  • English literary creativity
  • French
  • Francophone literary work
  • Mathematics and Mathematics
  • Foreign (foreign) languages
  • Psychology and science of psychology
  • History and historical sciences
  • Naturally scientific cycle
  • Economy
  • Geography.
  • At the end of the training, final exams are held, and students who successfully complete the course receive study documents.

    Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) Program

    Innisdale provides its students with the opportunity to undergo quality training programs to develop work skills, which gives children the opportunity to master certain skills in a particular area / profession. This program is supported in the province of Ontario at the highest level, educational developments are constantly being supplemented and improved. After training and obtaining certificates, students are provided with ample opportunities for further development in education, entering colleges and or university, or beginning work. Directions:

    • Construction
    • Environment
    • Hospitality & Tourism (Hospitality and tourism).

    Each program includes a large number of classes and practical work: students attend real workplaces, offices of firms and companies, get acquainted with the present conditions of functioning of organizations and enterprises. Students can receive specialized certificates and supporting documents.

    Direction Construction (Construction)

    Students receive skills and experience for further development. Studies include professional work in the field, co-education, special classes with specialists from the field, visits to workplaces, and educational institutions. Students choose preferred direction:

  • Architecture
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Production
  • Welding
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Processing technologies
  • Plumbing industry
  • Building
  • Woodworking technologies
  • Technical design
  • Robotics
  • Design of residential premises
  • Computer science.
  • Development after direction:

    Further education:

    Upon admission to the College:

    When entering university:

    Workplaces:

    Mason

    Carpenter

    Plumber

    Roofer

    Installer

    An electrician

    Painter

    Architectural Engineering Technician

    Civil Engineer

    Construction Estimator

    Construction manager

    Executive / Leader

    Inspector

    Interior designer

    House renovation wizard

    Architect

    Construction engineer

    Mechanic (engineer)

    Electrician (engineer)

    Assistant Carpenter

    Concrete worker

    Working

    Demolition Specialist

    Drywall Worker

    Residential Repairman

    Destination Hospitality and Tourism (Hospitality and Tourism)

    Gives the opportunity to develop in areas related to cooking, hospitality, hotels and all related industries. Children receive thorough knowledge, certificates and certificates, visit workplaces, offices of companies and organizations. Subjects / disciplines of the curriculum:

  • Themes and sections of the sphere of hospitality
  • Culinary skills
  • Tourism and travel
  • Principles of management and leadership
  • Biological knowledge
  • Chemical science
  • Ecology
  • Personal Finance Management
  • Nutrition and culture
  • Nutrition, health and healthy lifestyle
  • The problems of the world community
  • Environmental and Resource Management
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Marketing and business.
  • Development after direction:

    Further education:

    College:

    University:

    Job:

    Baker

    Butcher

    Chef

    Cook

    Special Events Coordinator

    Housing Manager

    Planning and organizing conferences and events

    Food Service Manager

    Hotel / Resort Manager

    Restaurant Manager

    Tourism Manager

    Travel advisor

    Nutritionist doctor

    Bacteriologist

    Nutritionist

    Public and Environmental Health Officer

    PR and Communication

    Food / Beverage Service

    Food calculation

    Kitchen Assistant

    Food stylist

    Hotel / Reception Clerk

    Booking agent

    Tours and Travel Guide

    Direction Environment

    Includes four extensive mandatory sections and three items from the list to choose from, a large number of practical work, visits to the company. Pupils receive fundamental knowledge and skills and subsequently apply their knowledge, develop in the chosen direction.

    Development after direction:

    Further education:

    College:

    University:

    Job:

    Forester

    Operator and aquaculture manager

    Biological technologist or biological technician

    Environmental Protection Officer or Fisheries Officer

    Environmental Technician

    Field technician and air pollution

    Forest ecologist

    Forestry Technologist / Technician

    Geological and mineralogical technologist / technician

    Habitat Management Technician

    Incubation or Fishery Technician

    Mapping and related technologist / technician

    Quality control and chemical technologist

    Forestry and forestry workers

    Technologist

    Technician and pollution control

    Air quality meteorologist

    Chemical engineer

    Climatologist

    Ecological and professional toxicologist

    Environmental biologist

    Environmental engineer

    Environmental Analyst

    Environmental planner

    Environment Program Coordinator

    Forest professional

    Geological engineer

    Geologist and geochemist

    Interpreter naturalist

    Landscape Architects

    Meteorologist

    Urban and Land Use Planner

    Waste disposal consultant

    Canoe specialist

    Fishing Specialist

    Hunting guide

    Landscape and land use workers

    Outdoor Sports and Leisure Guide

    Leisure Program Leader

    Recycled Paper Handler

    Forestry and forestry workers

    Wastewater treatment plant operator

    Ontario Youth Apprenticehip (OYAP) Program

    Innisdale students can take a special training program that includes the development of professional work skills and real field experience. Schoolchildren who have reached the age of 16 and have a certain amount of educational loans according to the standard of high school can participate in the program. Pupils of the 11th and 12th grades get the experience of real activity and work in the chosen direction - study is based on the cooperation of students, teachers, employers and parents. Companies and organizations provide valuable tips and advice that contribute to the development of valuable and useful practical skills. The program has an exceptional level of quality, with a successful completion is awarded a certificate.

    Global Perspectives Program

    The Global Perspectives special educational program is designed for students interested in international research. Training is conducted in a comfortable working environment in a team of peers under the guidance of experienced teachers. The training system contains a number of features:

  • Nontraditional curriculum structure in subject
  • Tight integration between course content and assessment
  • Interweaving classroom experience and field research
  • Individualized independent research of world problems.
  • Pupils develop skills in speaking, listening, interviewing, thinking, reflection, reading, writing, and aesthetic interaction skills. If you wish, you can participate in the international exchange program and be trained in this program abroad. Subjects studied:

  • English (English)
  • Politics in Action (Politics in Action)
  • Art (Art)
  • Comparative Spirituality (Spirituality versus)
  • World Issues.
  • Advantages of the program:

  • Unique methodology and content of the program
  • Development of individual talents
  • Connecting a team of young people with similar interests
  • Researching new technologies that help build connections with other students around the world.
  • Access to the latest resources and materials
  • The development of intellectual, academic and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to organize special events at the community level related to current issues
  • Study of international relations from an international point of view in an international environment through exchange programs
  • Meetings and interaction with important figures from the worlds of politics, literature, science, economics and the media.
  • Integrated Arts Leadership Program

    The special educational program “Leadership in Integrated Art” is aimed at developing creative skills in the broadest sense. This is the union of all types of art, interconnected with the creation of individual and team projects. Students think, collaborate, compose, perform, demonstrate, and exchange images, sounds, graphics, and animation using modern multimedia technologies and tools. Thanks to the integration of an innovative and flexible daily schedule, successful candidates will have unlimited opportunities for a wide range of dynamic learning processes in the following areas:

  • Independent Direction
  • Integrated Learning (Integrated Learning)
  • Community (Society)
  • Career Shadowing (Career Tracking)
  • Demonstrations (Demonstrations)
  • Social Issues
  • Performance.
  • Training continues for 4 years (from 9 to 12 grade), students receive special certificates and supporting documents. The program helps students to master a large number of skills, knowledge and capabilities:

  • Vector Art (Spine Design)
  • Vector Art (Portraiture using Microsoft Word)
  • Cosmetic Surgery (Adobe Photoshop)
  • Adobe Audition (Multitrack Audio Mixing)
  • Adobe Flash (Animation)
  • Real or surreal? (Photo manipulation using Adobe Photoshop)
  • Creating art blocks (Design Elements)
  • The Art and Technique of Digital Collage (The Art and Technique of Digital Collage)
  • Package parody
  • Historical and modern photographic research
  • Creating traditional and digital photography
  • Experimental and alternative digital images (Adobe Photoshop)
  • Extended graphic illustration (Adobe Illustrator)
  • Advanced graphic creation (Adobe Photoshop)
  • Digital photography and photoshop manipulation
  • Vector and infographics
  • Fonts and layout
  • Product Design and Marketing
  • Surrealism
  • Visual interpretation of the prose
  • Ecological reliefs.
  • Accommodation and food

    Children for the period of study are placed in the homes of host families from among local residents. The Homestay system is very convenient: each child is provided with a separate bedroom, a work area, and the opportunity to enjoy all the benefits at home. Children are in a comfortable and safe environment, they are provided with full three meals a day.

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

    Events Innisdale Public School

    All children are compulsorily involved in sports, physical activity and creativity. Extra-curricular life is full of events and activities, children get a lot of pleasant impressions and make friends from all over the world. Sports (seasonal):

    1. Autumn:

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

    2. Winter:

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

    3. Spring:

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

    Creation:

    • Music: playing musical instruments, vocals and singing, groups, choir
    • Acting and acting
    • Painting, drawing and drawing
    • Architecture and Sculpture
    • Fashion and design
    • Radio and TV
    • Writing art.

    Clubs and sections:

    • Anime club
    • Athletic club
    • Book club
    • Chess club
    • Concert band
    • Dance crew
    • Dance team
    • Debate club
    • Deca
    • Drama club
    • Enrichment band
    • Gay / Straight Alliance
    • Hospitality & Tourism
    • Improv club
    • Invader Updater
    • ISCF
    • Link crew
    • Mountain biking
    • Multicultural Club
    • Outbound
    • Photography club
    • Role-playing
    • Social justice
    • Student Council
    • Visual Arts.

    Events and excursions:

    • Holidays and festivals on campus
    • Performances of student groups
    • Visiting theater and film
    • Excursions: on foot, bus
    • Tourism and camping trips
    • Sights of the city and surroundings
    • Visits to companies and organizations
    • Museums and galleries
    • Amusement parks
    • Shopping, malls
    • Restaurants and cafes.

    Advantages

    • One of the most prestigious schools in Canada
    • Quality High School Programs
    • The possibility of obtaining additional certificates
    • Development of individual qualities
    • Extensive support system for foreign students
    • Highly qualified and experienced personnel
    • High level of equipment
    • Comfortable and safe accommodation.

    Equipment Innisdale Public School

    The campus has an exceptional level of equipment - there is everything a child needs for a comfortable study and rest. The equipment is constantly updated, children use the best computers, laboratory instruments.

    • Classroom
    • Comfortable jobs
    • Library with an extensive database and books
    • Computer and scientific laboratories
    • Musical halls
    • Art rooms
    • Weight room
    • Technological wing
    • Cafeteria
    • Dance studio
    • Sports Complex
    • Outdoor play fields
    • House Theater (Small Theater).

    Term dates and fees

    The academic year is divided into semesters:

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

    Cost of education:

    • 9, 10, 11 and 12 class: from $ 9000 CAD / semester, from $ 16000 CAD / year
    • Programs: Advanced Placement, SHSM Program, Ontario Youth Apprenticehip (OYAP), Global Perspectives, Integrated Arts Leadership: check with our specialists.

    Additional charges:

    • Registration fee
    • Deposit confirming a place on the course
    • Service fee
    • Exam Board
    • Tuition deposit
    • Air tickets in both directions
    • Round trip
    • Mandatory 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

    • Statement (by sample)
    • Excerpt (report card) performance from the previous place of study
    • 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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    - we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
    - some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
    - 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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