Since its foundation in 1995, Braemar College has helped students from around the world enter top Canadian colleges and universities. During this time we have also welcomed a growing number of local Canadian students or students with permanent residency.
In 2020, as part of the 25th anniversary celebrations, we began to set aside each year a number of subsidized spots exclusively for local Canadian (or permanent resident) students.
We offer grades 9 to 12 of the Ontario Secondary School Curriculum, and our rich extracurricular programming is designed to help each student to develop his or her own special talents and abilities.
Our school has an academic year consisting of four nine-week terms (sometimes called “quadmesters”). This allows a full-time student to focus on two courses at once.
There is also an academic summer term (July to mid-August) consisting of 6 weeks. As a result, during this summer term the school day is slightly longer.
A typical day for a high school student during the academic year (September to June) would consist of one class in the morning and one in the afternoon. But with a third period in the later afternoon students have additional options.
Each day we have three periods:
A part-time student takes one course. A regular student takes two courses. And an Express Option student takes three courses.