Applying is a very easy task. Just enroll in the course you want, and if they didnt have it there was an option to request a course, and they will definitely do everything they can to make that course available for you. The application process was very straightforward. They do ask for your OEN number so make sure you have that at hand. And since it is a private school there is a fee to pay. I had to pay $500 for my course. I think it was fairly priced, and what I got out of it made it worth every single penny I paid. The admission staff got back to me very quickly with my login info after I applied. Since you are paying for the course there is no waiting to see if you get approved to enroll.
The Ontario Online Schools has a variety of grade 11 and grade 12 courses. The courses range from open, to university and mixed classes. The list of some courses offered are listed on the schools website. If a course you are looking for isn't listed, you can contact the schools principal and you will be assisted. What I recall from my own experience within the application is it was an easy process. The website is user-friendly and easy to navigate. If there were any issues that occurred, the principal handled it in a kind and in a timely manner. I was relieved that the application process was not stressful and took a long time. This helped me have a smooth transition into the Ontario Online Schools.
For anyone who plans on applying the application process is fairly easy and straightforward. The admission officers I worked with made sure it was the right fit and it definitely ended up being just that. It was not stressful at all and the school had people to help with any questions you may have. Along with alumni who were present to help with any questions or stress students may have facing with admissions. I would recommend getting use to working with technology and learning in an online environment to get an understanding of it before. Other than that everything is fairly straightforward to understand and is tech friendly to work with. I also recommend reaching out to alumni for any other advice.