My son is in grade 7 is it too late to register him for private school.
Many schools have rolling deadlines, which means they will accept applications up until their enrolment numbers are fulfilled. If you are interested in a few different schools it’s a good idea to contact the school directly about their admission guidelines and deadlines, as these will vary depending on the school. You may like to learn more about the admissions process here: http://www.ourkids.net/private-schools-admissions-application.php
You may also be interested in our Application Calendar which has an overview of admissions tips and dates to keep in mind: http://www.ourkids.net/ebooks/ourkids-application-calendar.php
You may also be interested in attending any of the upcoming Private School Expos where you can meet face-to-face with a number of different private school administrators and current students all in one place, as well as attend information seminars. Many parents find this helpful to learning more about private school education and narrowing down their choices: http://www.ourkids.net/expo/
How do I determine the schools accreditation, and will my sons credits/diploma be recognized?
My name is Paula. My son is in grade 4 at Thor College in Cookstown-ON. They are registered with the Ontario ministry as elementary/secondary, academic, broad-based curriculum. I just found out that they offer no credits towards Ontario secondary school diploma by the ministry of education. How does this affect my child's future towards his diploma and applying for universities or college. They are not a member of any association, but the teachers are in good standing.