Our son attended TBC for grades 9-12 and liked it so much that he stayed an extra year (also known as a "victory lap"). He is a December baby and did not feel that he was ready to start university at 17. The fact that he was even considering university is a tribute to TBC, as our son had a hard time with school in the early years and was not brimming with confidence when he started high school at TBC. I think what he liked best (and what we appreciated most) about TBC was the incredible flexibility that the school provided to allow our son to work and to thrive at his own pace so that he could build his confidence and hone his academic skills. He graduated from TBC as an Ontario Scholar, received early offers of admission from all of the universities he applied to, and ultimately went to his first choice of university on an academic scholarship.