CanSTEM Education Private School

647-568-0258​

FAQ

Do you offer online credit course ?

YES

Does the school follow the Ontario curriculum ?

YES

Does the school conduct criminal reference checks on staff?

YES

Does the school have a code of conduct or other discipline policy ?

YES

Does school publish it's admission policy ?

YES

Does school employ teachers who are members of the Ontario College of Teachers ?

YES

How does your online school work?

We have our own learning platform and a team of various experts. Our technical team always makes sure that every component of the learning management system works with high performance. Our teachers mark the submitted data. Pre-recorded lessons are there, so it is very flexible for students to learn in their own leisure time.  If one can’t understand from pre-recorded classes, then there is always an arrangement for zoom live learning. If one cannot understand from pre-recorded or zoom live lessons, then they can just walk to our school. Our teachers are available from 8 am to 8 pm.

What supporting documents do I need to submit while registering?

We offer a variety of services.

High school Credit Courses → 

If one is applying for high school credit, then complete the enrollment form and prerequisites. Prerequisite means any report card of prerequisite course  or total update transcript or updated status sheet or updated credit counseling summary

Tutoring → 

If one is applying for tutoring, then please provide your grade report if one is in elementary or middle school. 

Full time school :- We need various documents. Please request the list so we can provide. 

What is a credit?

Credit – A credit value of 1.0 is granted upon successful completion of a course.  A full credit course requires a minimum of 110 scheduled hours.



What is a Prerequisite Course?

A prerequisite course is one that must be completed before a student can successfully understand or have the skills required to study the next course in a particular or related subject area  Prerequisites for courses are listed in the Course Calendar and on the Courses pages for each area of study on the website and should be checked carefully when making course selections.

Why do I need to submit pre pre-requisite document for high school credit?

The Ministry of education has certain rules. According to the ministry’s rule, no school can offer the course without having a prerequisite course.  Prerequisite document is the evidence that applicant/Student is  eligible to take the next level of course.

How long will it take to complete one credit course?

The Ministry of education has a set of rules and there are  half and full credits. Half credits have a minimum 56 hours and full credits have 110 hours.

What are your tuition fees?

Course fees depend on the course.

Are the credits you issue recognized by universities and colleges?

Every institution across the world accepts  our credits.

What is Full Time School or Home School?

A day school is an educational institution where children and adolescents are given instruction during the day, after which the students return to their homes. A day school has full-day programs when compared to after-school programs. CanSTEM offers day school with instructional hours 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

How many hours is full time school in Ontario?

Generally, students attend school Monday to Friday, and the school day lasts about 6 hours. Exact school hours can vary by school board and level (elementary or secondary). Junior and Senior Kindergarten students are now a full day program across Ontario.

What is course Code?

This 6 character code identifies the subject, grade level and pathway of a high school course.  See the How to Read a Course Code section for more information.

Does the school have a policy regarding access to the student's records, such as the Ontario Student Transcript (OST) or Ontario Student Record (OSR)?

Yes

What is an Optional Course ?

Optional Course – As students select compulsory courses to meet OSSD requirements, they also have the opportunity to take courses which are of their own choice. Students should consider post-secondary plans and personal interests when selecting these optional courses.

What is a Compulsary Course?

Compulsory Course – This refers to a specific course or a type of course a student must take in order to fulfill the requirements for the Ontario Secondary School Graduation Diploma (OSSD).  Please refer to the Graduation Requirements section for further details.