Canadian Boarding Schools

What are the conditions to study in Canada’s boarding schools? What are the cost of boarding schools in Canada? What are Canada's top boarding schools? At what ages Canadian boarding schools accept international students?

Qualifications of students who study in Canada are identified and evaluated worldwide. Canada has a diverse community (with different ethnicities and cultures) embracing people from different parts of the globe and is quite dynamic. These features provide an unrivaled cultural experience for international students, in a safe and beautiful environment. Participation in Canadian boarding schools is a very reliable and exciting way to enter the reputed and international universities of the country.

Did you know that...:

  • Canada is the second largest country in the world?
  • According to the OECD PISA, Canadian Secondary and High School students in science and math are always among the top three English-speaking countries in the world?
  • Canadian governance is based on a system of democracy, and quality of life in Canada is very high in terms of safety and security?
  • Canada is very diverse in terms of ethnicity and is home to the largest immigrant community in the world?
  • Canada is one of the safest countries and embraces multiple and diverse cultures from around the world?
  • Facts regarding Canadian Boarding Schools:
  • In these boarding schools, experienced students learn about their peers' community and their personal and social responsibility will strengthen.
  • The school year in Canadian boarding schools starts in September and ends in June. In these boarding schools, the semester begins in September, January and May.
  • All schools (private and public) must be registered with the relevant provincial education ministry and comply with the relevant sections of the ministry.
  • Canadian boarding school certificates are approved and accepted by colleges and universities around the world.
  • 91% of boarding school students reported that their school was challenging educationally, whilst 70% of private school students and 50% of public-school students have stated this opinion.
  • 87% of Canadian boarding school graduates reported that they were well-prepared for college degrees, while 71% of private school students and 39% of public-school student were well prepared.
  • 75% of boarding school students reported that they were among the most motivated and active peers in the community; this percentage for daytime and public private schools was 71% and 49%, respectively.
  • 52% of boarding school students have occupied senior managers, with private and public private schools accounting for 39% and 27%, respectively.
  • Boarding school students spend about 17 hours each week each week for their homework assignments, which is 9 and 8 hours a week for students in private and public private schools.

If you are planning to study in Canadian boarding schools, Canadian school counselors at Azin Sepehr Saman Institute will accompany you along the way.