A word from the principal

Our goal and philosophy

Apollo High School’s programs are designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills they will need to lead satisfying and productive lives. The programs are intended to prepare students for further education and work, and to assist them in becoming independent, productive, and responsible members of society.

Apollo High School has the educational philosophy that knowledge is constructed by individuals and not deposited by an instructor. We aim to provide students with an education that stimulates thought and curiosity. The balance consists of providing students with enough of a challenge to provoke interest and thought, without overwhelming students or underestimating their potential.

A multicultural awareness also shapes our strategies and school philosophy as a whole, creating an environment where culturally relevant teaching can exist. The school system at Apollo High School has been organized to provide as broad a scope of programs as possible to all students and, at the same time, to deal effectively with the special needs and interests of students.

Sincerely yours,

Principal
Andrew Lee

About School

Apollo High School (BSID#: 886428)

Apollo High School will publish annually a school program and this course calendar in print and electronic form that provides students and their parents with detailed and up-to date information on diploma requirements, programs, and courses available in the school.

Apollo High School values every student and helping them to reach their goals is our mandate. The school is committed to reach every student to help him or her achieve a successful outcome from the secondary school experience. This means that the environment is safe emotionally, mentally and physically for everyone. It is a place where learning is fostered and positive growth can occur.

Apollo High School is follows a semestered system. Semester 1 starts in September and Semester 2 starts in January. School ends in June and there is summer school in July and August. Class is from 8:30am until 4:05pm. Every course has a duration of 110 hours. The timetable is organized by the owner and is created with the student’s success in mind.

Every student in Ontario need to remain in secondary school until the student has reached the age of eighteen or obtained an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). Our visa students are under this requirement unless they return home to their home country. If the student chooses to attend another school after being at ours, we will forward the required documents to the new establishment.

School Calendars

  • School Year Calendar

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Tuition & Fees

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Full year full time student 

Full year: $14,000 including up to 8 credit courses
Registration Fee: $150
Text Book: $700/year
International Student Health Insurance: $560/yr.

Total: $15,410

Half year full time student

Half year: $7,000 including up to 4 credit courses
Registration Fee: $150
Textbook: $400/ half year
International Student Health Insurance: $300/yr.

Total: $7,850

Part time student

Taking one course in Summer/Night School
One Course: $1,750/course
Registration Fee: 150

Total: $1,900

 

Refund Policy for Tuition Fee

A full tuition fee refund, less the administration fee (CAD$500.00), will be granted if Citizenship and Immigration Canada does not issue the Study Permit. To obtain a refund, the student must provide:

  1. Copy of the Letter of Rejection from Citizenship and Immigration Canada
  2. Copy of the Apollo high School Official Letter of Acceptance
  3. Copy of the original receipt of tuition payment
  4. A written refund request by the parent with signature including the name and address of the cheque recipient.

There will be no refund of the tuition fee in the following circumstances:

  • if the student chooses to withdraw for reasons other than the Study Permit has been denied by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
  • if the student is found in violation of school regulations and asked to withdraw from the school
  • if false medical information was given and conditions were not disclosed

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Contact

Physical Address

Main Campus
5467 Yonge st. Unit 2B
Toronto ON M2N5S1

Bloor Campus
653 Bloor St. W. 2nd Floor
Toronto ON M6G 1L1

Telephone

Tel: 1 416 839 2295
Fax: 1 866 527 9064

Web and Email

http://www.apollohscanada.com or http:// www.apollohs.ca
info (at) apollohscanada.com or info (at) apollohs.ca