Location: Canada, Ontario, Lakefield
Age of students: 13 - 19 years old
Programs: 9 - 12 classes, summer language programs, Leadership Program
Number of students: 365 (265 Canadians, 100 foreign students)
Year of foundation: 1879
Type of education: joint
Price: from CAD $ 61421 for the year with accommodation
Ranking: TOP-3 private boarding schools in Ontario
Lakefield College School is a prestigious private boarding school located 1.5 hours from the capital of Canada. The school is located in the Lake District, the most picturesque corner of the country. Beautiful nature of Ontario, diversity of extracurricular activities and active recreation contribute to effective education at Lakefield College School.
The school offers a serious educational program that requires focusing on achieving academic goals. Graduates enter prestigious universities of the country and the world, and afterwards make a successful career in politics, business, art, and science. Having received fundamental knowledge, young people improve themselves, achieve their goals.
Not only flexible academic but also multi-faceted extracurricular program is offered to students attention. There is a large number of sections, communities and clubs. Students can do art, photo design, improve acting skills, develop musical and vocal abilities. Students who prefer cognitive recreation, can take part in rich excursion program in Ontario and neighboring provinces in Canada. Students have a wide range of sports destinations. There are 49 sections in the school, many of them are extreme (mountaineering, snowboarding, kayaking and others).
Prestigious Canadian school has certain requirements for foreign applicants. The Admissions Committee pays special attention to the level of English proficiency. Upon admission, the results of SSAT and school language tests, the level of academic preparation in basic subjects are taken into account. Also, each entrant is interviewed in a telephone mode.
Foreign students are admitted to the Lakefield College School in grade 9. The program provides for effective preparation for entering the university in the framework of the high school education course. The school operates a traditional credit system. Students of the program need to recruit 30 credits, of which 18 - in compulsory subjects. The latter include English and French, mathematics, the history of Canada, the natural sciences, art, geography, civil law, physical education, vocational guidance. The credit maximum for additional subjects is 12. Students are offered computer science, English, French, politics, European history, biology, chemistry, mathematical analysis and other subjects for study.
Compulsory for students at Lakefield College School is also participation in public school life, social events. The standard load is 40 hours (in total).
The school offers accommodation in residences on campus. There are 11 hostels for students (6 female and 5 male). Residences are available for double occupancy. All rooms are furnished, equipped with shower or bath. In general use there are kitchens with necessary equipment, rest rooms, other objects of internal infrastructure. Students are offered a comprehensive board meal. In the menu - dishes of traditional Canadian, European, American cuisine.
School campus includes educational buildings with classrooms, scientific laboratories, assembly halls and recreation areas, a library, residences, a recreation center and a medical center, a theater. Also, there are many sports facilities. The school has a large sports complex, several open grounds and fields for team games, tennis courts, an ice arena, a boat station for 14 ships.
Studying period: September - June.
A detailed outline of all costs and additional costs. Fees for 2016/17 academic year:
* All prices are in Canadian dollars.
Costs include: studying, meals, lodging, use of the whole school equipment, laundry, compulsory travel, out-of-school education,
use of the library, basic medical care, school trips to sports and cultural events.
STANDARD PLAN OF STAGE PAYMENT:
Calculation of application in February. The phased payment assumes a surcharge of $615
EARLY PAYMENT PLAN
With early payment, the discount is $ 615
Required documents, depending on the type of institution:
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