Canadian Dual High School consists of three programs that will provide students with linguistic, academic, and personal development advantages.
The Canadian education system is one of the most recognized and highly regarded in the world due to its practical content orientation and clear focus on the professional world.
Red Leaf Group and Ontario eSchool (license 882694) have jointly designed an online academic credit program called EdualiaⓇ with the objective of helping international students to obtain a double diploma, one being from their country of origin, and the second being a Canadian, Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). This latter diploma is recognized globally for its demanding and quality level of education.
This final diploma is internationally recognized for its high level of rigor and quality in education.
We have designed three different types of programs based on the needs of each student. Two of these programs culminate in obtaining an official Canadian high school diploma, while the third one helps the student improve their language skills through the completion of individual courses with highly academically valued Canadian credits.
The four programs give the student a series of tools which will enrich their education based on four key elements:
For those students who wish to study in a Canadian university.
This program is composed entirely of grade-12 (final year of high school) credits, and it prepares students with the pre-requisites required for Canadian university studies. By completing these credits, students obtain a high level of academic preparation which allows them to apply for university as if they were Canadian students.
Since students will be obtaining a high school diploma from Ontario, Canada, they will apply for University through the Ontario University Application Centre (OUAC), just like a Canadian high-school student. As a result, these students will have access to scholarships and bursaries available only to Canadian students. Furthermore, they will not have to compete with other international students for limited university space, as they can be accepted into spots reserved for Canadian students.
The 4-credit program allows the student to earn a Canadian high school diploma; however, unlike the 6-credit program, some universities may require additional credits for direct access.
This option combines courses from grades 11 and 12, and is designed for students who wish to continue their studies at international universities or who wish to have an official accreditation for their personal, academic or professional resume.
Designed for mainly personal objectives, such as improving English level, improving knowledge in a particular area, acquiring technical skills or for academic interest.
General interest credits do not lead to the obtention of a high school diploma.
Edualia preparatory courses (such as "Foundations for Success") are designed for students in Grade 8, 9 and 10 who are planning to enter the Edualia Dual Diploma Program. These courses prepare students to succeed during their studies by teaching them skills like time management, platform usage and English writing.
The Canadian high school diploma is emitted following the guidelines of the province of Ontario. Canadian students need 30 credits to obtain their diploma. Edualia and our academic partners are authorized to transfer 26 credits from international institutions. The remaining credits must be completed by the student in an official capacity, online with the support of Canadian teachers.
The student, using an online platform, completes assignments. These assignments are evaluated by Canadian teachers such that the student, at any time, can see results and areas requiring improvement.
During their studies, the student receives live contact and guidance from Canadian teachers. The live instruction is completed using video conferences.
The Canadian teacher plays a fundamental role in creating an integrated program. The following interactive activities will occur monthly throughout the program:
Strong academic record
English level B1
(Common European Framework of Reference, “Independent User”) for 4-credit and 6-credit programs.
English level A2
(Common European Framework of Reference, “Basic User”) for general interest credits.
Motivation and a positive attitude