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Course Curriculum

  1. Math
  2. Physics
  3. English
  4. Computer Science
  5. Chemistry
  6. Physical Education
  7. Home Science
  8. Economics
  9. Geography
  10. Business Studies
  11. Sociology
  12. Graphics Design
  13. Engineering Drawing




Course Curriculum

  1. Math
  2. Science
  3. Computer Science
  4. English
  5. Biology
  6. Chemistry
  7. Economics
  8. Geography
  9. History
  10. Sociology
  11. Psychology
  12. Business
  13. Languages




Course Curriculum

  1. Math
  2. Science
  3. English
  4. Physics
  5. Chemistry
  6. Computer Science
  7. Social Science
  8. Biology

Course Curriculum

  1. Math
  2. Science
  3. English
  4. Computer Science
  5. Biology
  6. Chemistry
  7. Physics
  8. Social Science
  9. Languages
Course Curriculum
  1. Math
  2. Science
  3. Computer Science
  4. English
  5. Social Science
  6. Languages
  7. General Knowledge
  8. Environmental Studies
  9. Arts and Crafts


Course Curriculum
  1. Math
  2. Science
  3. English
  4. Computer Science
  5. Environmental Studies
  6. General Knowledge
  7. Languages



Course Curriculum
  1. Math
  2. Science
  3. English
  4. Social-Emotional
  5. Language
  6. Fine Arts


Course Curriculum
  1. Math
  2. Science
  3. English
  4. Social-Emotional
  5. Fine Arts
  6. Social Studies
  7. Languages


French language

How to be fluent in English
  • Speaking English fluently means being able to express your thoughts, feelings, and ideas.
  • Your goal is to speak English in full sentences, so why not learn it in full sentences? You'll find that English is more useful in your everyday life if you study whole phrases, rather than just vocabulary and verbs.

Python
  • High-level programming language
  • Python is an interpreted high-level general-purpose programming language.
  • Python's design philosophy emphasizes code readability with its notable use of significant indentation.

The English course based on the Canadian Curriculum following the Ontario province rules and regulations. The course is following all major accreditation guidelines.

The Mathematics for the first grade students. This course is developed based on the Canadian Curriculum following the Province of Ontario regulations and curriculum settings. The materials are all in line with the requirement of all major accreditation guidelines.

The Science material for the first grades students based n the Candaian (Ontario) curriculum.