University and College Application Assistance
One of the most important aspects of students’ academic experience is their preparation for post-secondary education. St. George Academy High School is directly linked with OUAC (Ontario Universities’ Application Centre), and OCAS (Ontario College Application Services) to facilitate quick and accurate mark submission, making your University/College application process that much easier. St. George Academy High School offers comprehensive guidance and personal advice for all students in order to facilitate the college/university application process. Upon graduation, our students are then able to continue with their education, well equipped with the skills necessary to succeed. Beginning from admission, our experienced teachers help the students to plan their post-secondary school careers. During the school year, students are given guidance with the college/university application process. As well, university and college representatives will be visiting our campus throughout the year to speak directly and candidly with the graduating students. Our staff will also take students on supervised visits of the campuses in which they have shown interest.
Course Planning and Personal Care and Counseling
Because of the variety of courses that SGA offers, students are able to take the specific subjects required in order to prepare them for their post-secondary education. Courses in Business, Mathematics, Sciences, Social Sciences, and the Arts are taught by experienced, certified teachers, each working in his/her area of expertise, and using the most up-to-date resources. A very high level of importance is placed on academic excellence at SGA, and consequently, our students receive concise, relevant instruction in each of the various subject areas. The instructors at SGA recognize high school as one of the most exciting and yet stressful experiences in a young person’s life. With the help and guidance of all the staff at SGA, our students will be prepared to make intelligent, informed decisions about their post-secondary education.