Frequently Asked Questions
At Toronto High School, we are aiming for quality education. We understand the various demands placed on high school students. Our professional and caring teaching staff create a safe and stimulating learning environment through continuous encouragement and assistance. We value each individual's strengths and qualities, helping our students maximize their potentials and achieve their goals. Join us.
Toronto High School is inspected by the Ontario Ministry of Education. All credit courses offered by FutureSkills are approved and accepted by Ontario universities and colleges.
We offer a wide range of in class and online courses for grades 9 - 12.
The full course list can be found on:
Toronto High School offers a variety of options to accommodate the needs of students.
Fall Term: Sept 2 to Nov 29.
Winter Term: Dec 1 to March 14.
Spring Term: March 23 to June 23.
Classes are 3 times a week.
Toronto HighSchool offers summer courses during months of July and August. For summer school program, students must attend class 6 times a week from Monday to Saturday.
For a complete list of the courses offered in each of the above terms, please visit: http://torontohighschool.ca/schedule/
We welcome full-time and part-time, local and international, mature and high school students for our day school, night school, and summer school programs.
Detailed information on our tuition fee can be found on our admission page:
Upon registration, we require a minimum deposit of $300.00 per course. The full tuition fee must be paid before the end of the semester. Payments can be made on line: torontohighschool.ca/admission/ or at the office by cash, credit, debit or cheque. A 5% discount is given when tuition fees are paid in full and by cash.
Online courses must be paid fully at the time of registration.
Students are not required to have their own textbooks since our main office rents them out to students at the beginning of each semester. Students are required to pay $130 deposit per textbook, of which $30 is a non-refundable rental fee. Once the textbook is returned in good condition, student will receive the $100 security deposit back at the end of the semester.
Report cards are available for pickup at the main office 2 weeks after final exams. Students must clear their account balance, provide the office with an original copy of their OST and return all rented textbooks in order to receive a report card. *Students enrolled in day schools must take their report card to their guidance counselor in order to have the credit(s) updated on their official transcript. We provide transcripts only to full-time students who have transferred their OSR to Toronto High School.
Students must provide us with their OUAC or OCAS reference number and inform our Guidance Councillor, to send their mid-term and final grades to OUAC and/or OCAS. Student accounts must be cleared before we can send final marks.
If students wish to drop a course, they must inform the office (in writing) immediately after the first class. We retain the $100 administration fee per course and refund the remainder of the student’s initial payment. Students who do not inform the office will not receive a refund.
The main office will inform the parents/guardians of minors when the student has missed 3 or more consecutive classes. Students who miss tests and exams must bring a signed doctor’s note or legal documentation clearly explaining the reason for their absence.