Toronto Prep School
A single course or a full program, we provide you with what you need. Our vision of an educated person is one who is a self-motivated, self-directed, problem solver who realizes his/her dreams and aspirations by sharing their gifts and talents with others.
Our vision of an educated person is one who is a self-motivated, self-directed, problem solver who realizes his/her dreams and aspirations by sharing their gifts and talents with others.
- To implement such a philosophy we strive to meet the following goals:
to encourage students to acquire the skills essential to their continuing education.
- To aid students in developing the skills of inquiry, analysis, synthesis and evaluation
to foster in students intellectual curiosity, pursuit of excellence, and pride in accomplishment to provide the opportunity for students to build a broadly based and diversified program.
- To develop within students recognition of and respect for the worth and rights of others; and a tolerant, cooperative attitude towards those with different viewpoints.
The Toronto Prep School is completely dedicated to providing a superior academic program for the children of parents who value the importance of knowledge, technology, individuality, responsibility, and integrity in a safe, nurturing, and highly motivated environment. Our mission is to prepare our students by equipping them with the academic tools and life skills needed to enter and succeed not only at the post-secondary school level, but ultimately, in their chosen career path. Given the pace of technological change and the growth of information technologies in all aspects of our lives, it is crucial that students gain mastery over these tools. We are committed to developing students who are confident and responsible and exhibit the values necessary to become effective communicators, informed and productive thinkers, self-directed learners, collaborative workers, and skilled information processors and problem solvers.
It is a mission and duty we take most seriously and which we commit ourselves fully.
250 Davisville Avenue, Suite 200 Toronto, Ontario M4S 1H2
Number of students
From $16 000 per year
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Full-time and online program beginning in elementary in Grade 9 through to Grade 12
Types of Courses
In Grades 9 and 10 three types of courses are offered: academic, applied and open.
· Open courses are courses suitable for all students and prepare them for further study that will enrich their education generally. Open courses are credit-based and counted towards diploma requirements.
· Academic courses emphasize theory and abstract problems. They are designed to prepare students for Grade 11 and 12 university and university/college preparation courses.
· Applied courses focus on practical applications and concrete examples. They are designed to prepare students for Grade 11 and 12 college and workplace preparation courses.
In Grades 11 and 12, four types of courses are offered:
Workplace preparation courses prepare you to move directly into the workplace after high school or to be admitted into apprenticeship programs or other training programs in the community. Courses focus on employment skills and on practical workplace applications of the subject content.
College preparation courses are offered to prepare you to meet the entrance requirements for most college programs. Courses focus on practical applications and also examine underlying theories.
University/College preparation courses are offered to prepare you to meet the entrance requirements of certain university and college programs. They focus on both theory and practical applications.
University preparation courses provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to meet university entrance requirements. Courses emphasize theoretical aspects of the subject and also consider related applications.
Toronto Prep’s courses are labeled according to the Ontario Ministry of Education’s coding system. The code consists of five characters (e.g. MPM1D):
The first character represents the subject group: MPM1D
A = Arts
B = Business Studies
C = Canadian and World Studies
L = Classical and International Languages
I = Computer Studies
E = English
F = French
G = Guidance and Career Education
P = Health and Physical Education
M = Mathematics
N = Native Studies
S = Science
H = Social Sciences and the Humanities
T = Technological Education
The next two characters indicate the specific course: MPM1D
e.g. MPM Mathematics – Principles of Mathematics
The fourth character refers to the grade of the course: MPM1D
1 = Grade 9
2 = Grade 10
3 = Grade 11
4 = Grade 12
The fifth character refers to the course type: MPM1D
C = College
D = Academic
E = Workplace
L = Locally Developed
M = University/College
O = Open
P = Applied
U = University