What Fulford Prep says:
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|Interview||10 - 12|
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|Entrance Exam(s)||10 - 12|
|Entrance Essay||10 - 12|
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Thank you for your interest in joining the Fulford Preparatory College family. We give careful consideration to every applicant. Each application is reviewed closely and considered both as a student and as a unique individual. We take into account your past achievements and look at your future potential for contribution to Fulford Preparatory College and the greater social good.
While admission to Fulford Preparatory College is on a rolling basis, the Admissions Office encourages students to begin the process during the fall and spring of the preceding academic year. We can process applications all throughout the year but it is encouraged that students apply ahead of time to allow at least four eight weeks for the Canadian Visa and Study Permit application process.
The following 6 steps are required to complete the application process:
Step 1: Application and Application Fee
Navigate to http://www.fulfordprep.com and click on the Application Form button. Follow the detailed step-by-step instructions and complete the Application Form in its entirety. Upon completion, submit via email to [email protected] along with the $200 non-refundable application fee. You can also contact us directly at [email protected] to request the Application Form or for additional information.
Step 2: Student Interview
As soon as our Admissions Office receives your application and application fee, we will be in touch with you to set up an interview in person, via Skype, Facetime, QQ, telephone or other convenient medium. Interviews generally last 15 to 20 minutes and are informal, allowing us to get to know you.
Step 3: Official School Transcripts
We require a copy of the applicant’s final transcripts from their previous two academic years, in addition to any report cards from the current in-progress academic year. A final transcript from the current academic year must be submitted once the academic year has been completed.
Step 4: Personal Profile
Applicants are required to submit a 300 word personal profile in their own handwriting, outlining their academic goals and interests, extracurricular activities, community involvement and areas of distinction or achievement. The Personal Profile can be completed during the Student Interview, or the Personal Profile form can be emailed to the applicant. Personal Profiles are to be submitted to [email protected].
Step 5: Confidential Reference
The Confidential Reference will be emailed to you after the application form and application fee have been submitted. Once you receive the Confidential Reference it must be submitted to your Principal or English teacher for completion and returned to [email protected] directly from the Principal or English teacher. Detailed instructions are provided on the Confidential Reference form.
Step 6: Entrance Exam
All applicants are required to complete an Entrance Exam. The exam will be sent to you with instructions from our Admissions Office once the application form and application fee have been submitted.
Please Note: the Steps of the Application Process may be executed in any order once the application form and application fee are received.
Once we receive all of the above six admissions requirements, the selection committee will review and evaluate your application. The committee will make a decision with 24 hours of receiving the final application requirement, and within 48 hours you will be notified of the selection committee’s decision.
Should you have any questions, or if the Admissions Team can be of any assistance in this process, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or + 1.613.269.2064 ext. 471 or 472
We look forward to receiving your application.
Admissions Timeline to our Academic Programs
While we do take applications on a rolling basis throughout the year, we have restrictions on when students can join our academic program.
Semester One (September to January):
Students admitted to Fulford Preparatory College arriving after the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend (typically the second full weekend in October) can join our English as a second language program, but are too late to gain credits in our Semester One academic program.
Semester Two (February to June):
Student admitted to Fulford Preparatory College arriving three weeks after the start of Semester Two (typically after February 21) can join our English as a second language program, but are too late to gain credits in our Semester Two academic program. The last day students can arrive in Semester Two for the English as a second language program is April 1; we do not allow students to join Semester Two after this date.
Type of student Fulford Preparatory College is looking for:
Fulford Preparatory College is looking for students who take ownership of their education; learn to think criticallly, creatively, and globally; have an appreciation for diverse cultures, faiths, opinions, worldviews, and global perspectives; set challenging goals and work tirelessly to acquire the the necessary skills to achieve them; become effective commmunicators; strive to excel; and develop confidene to become future leaders.
Student Entry Points