Prepares Graduates for Higher Learning

The Ontario Secondary School Diploma is a diploma granted to high school graduates in the province of Ontario. It is part of the publicly funded province-wide school system. It is awarded to all students who complete the Ontario education curriculum.

The main advantage conferred by obtaining the OSSD is access to the best university and college programs in Ontario and the rest of Canada. Most postsecondary educational institutions will require a valid and complete OSSD to consider application into their programs.

The mission of NOIC is to inspire students to improve their lives and expand their horizons through a lifelong commitment to learning, by empowering students to achieve their academic potential, to build self-confidence, and to develop a global vision which embraces cultural differences and promotes cultural exchanges. 

OSSD Requirements

  • 30 credits (18 compulsory + 12 elective)
  • 40 hours of community service
  • Provincial secondary school literacy test
 
 

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The Ontario Secondary School Diploma is a diploma granted to high school graduates in the province of Ontario. It is part of the publicly funded province-wide school system. It is awarded to all students who complete the Ontario education curriculum.

The main advantage conferred by obtaining the OSSD is access to the best university and college programs in Ontario and the rest of Canada. Most postsecondary educational institutions will require a valid and complete OSSD to consider application into their programs.

The mission of NOIC is to inspire students to improve their lives and expand their horizons through a lifelong commitment to learning, by empowering students to achieve their academic potential, to build self-confidence, and to develop a global vision which embraces cultural differences and promotes cultural exchanges. 

OSSD Requirements

  • 30 credits (18 compulsory + 12 elective)
  • 40 hours of community service
  • Provincial secondary school literacy test
 
 

University Preparation Program

With the total of four semesters, NOIC provides the most flexibility and intensive courses to students who want to challenge themselves and admit to their dream Universities

September & October

Fall Semester

December

Winter Semester

March

Spring Semester
(Highly recommended)

July

Summer Semester
(Highly recommended)

University Preparation Program

With the total of four semesters, NOIC provides the most flexibility and intensive courses to students who want to challenge themselves and admit to their dream Universities

September & October

Fall Semester

December

Winter Semester

March

Spring Semester

(Highly Recommended)

July

Summer Semester

(Highly Recommended)

Outreach Programs

The engineering stream at NOIC Academy includes participation in University sponsored high school programs in Grades 11 and 12. These programs are meant to facilitate student learning of engineering concepts and principles, as well as to introduce students to university-level academic requirements. At NOIC Academy, we present highly-motivated students with opportunities that will assist them with university applications and provide an invaluable subject-specific experience.

The faculty of applied science and engineering at the University of Toronto offers two programs:

The Engineering High School Saturday Program

This is an enrichment program for students in grades 9 to 11 looking to explore exciting new topics in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), as well as learn more about success in and after university. This is a program that will introduce students to a wide range of topics, such as:

• Cyberworld and computing
• Exploration of Magnetic Physics
• Predicting the Future
• Powering the World

Da Vinci Engineering Enrichment Program (DEEP)

This enrichment program is designed for highly motivated high school students with an aptitude for science and math, and a desire to pursue engineering studies at University. The program offers an in-depth study of a specific field, and it provides students with a head start in their university career.

The faculty of engineering at the University of Waterloo offers one summer program.

Catalyst Summer Program

The program empowers high school students to be the agents of change in their community, and the world, by creating opportunities for them to increase awareness, confidence and leadership abilities in engineering, science and technology. The program focuses on two themes over two weeks in the summer. Week one is centered around Engineering Design, creative problem solving and collaborative design projects. Week two builds on the skills learned from week one, and introduces business/entrepreneurship work and team-based projects to create solutions to engineering problems.

Our Achievements

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University Enrollment Rate
1 %
University of Toronto Enrollment Rate
1 %
University Scholarship Rate

Testimonials

Thank you so much for the great care you have given to my boy in studies and in life! Your dedication and passion toward education are highly respectable and bliss to the students. My boy is lucky to have you as his mentor. I wish to thank NOIC Academy and you personally. And I will tell all my friends and colleagues that they should send their kids to NOIC Academy because you are there.
Student Li's Parent
Time of Enrollment: Jun 2018
Current University: University of Toronto
We really appreciate it that we sent our child to NOIC. What impressed us was the quality education she received and the effective communication between mentor and parents. We owe it to the school the success our child has achieved.
Student Wang's Parent
Time of Enrollment: Aug 2017
Current University: University of Waterloo
We would like to thank all NOIC teachers for their hard work and dedication in helping our daughter to achieve her goal. Getting into the university is just the new beginning. There is still a long way to go. As parents, we hope to learn and grow with our daughter during her university life.
Student Ji's Parent
Time of Enrollment: Sep 2016
Current University: York University

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Step 1 - Tour

Visit NOIC and tour our facility

Step 2 — Plan

Meet with our NOIC academic faculty to design an individualized education plan

Step 3 — Application

Submit your application package.

1. Transcript from previous schools or report cards from your    elementary school

2. Application Forms

Step 4 — Accessment

Complete the Admission Test (Math and English)

Step 5 — Deposit

Pay tuition deposit

Step 6 — Admission

Finalize the offer of admission and the timetable

Step 7 — Payment

Pay full tuition for your first year

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