Which private schools in Quebec don't need English eligibility?
The English-language private schools in Quebec that do not require English eligibility are those that do not receive subsidization from the province of Quebec. Most elementary programs are not subsidized and therefore do not require eligibility, but many private secondary schools do receive this subsidization. There are a couple schools (Bishop's College School and Kuper Academy) that will be at the Montreal Private School Expo that do not require English eligibility. Kells Academy is another school that does not require the certificate of eligibility.
Éco-lita Trilingue does not require a certificate of eligibility either.
Will we be able to get more information from the school's reps? Could we also talk with other current parents that are already enrolled? Do we get a schedule of the school's daily activities/reports annually or semi-annually? Do our children(s) get assistance with homework? Do they need to be potty trained? Do they get nap times?
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.