Town Centre Private High School is a co-educational school which offers University bound courses in Grades 9 to 12 and the Advanced Placement (AP) Program.
In order to fully prepare students to be successful in the AP program, Town Centre offers three pre-AP “streams” for students in Grades 9 through 11. These streams: Pre-AP Science / Mathematics, Pre-AP Business and Pre-AP Arts, provide qualified students with an accelerated course of study, allowing them to be comfortable with the AP material well before sitting for their final exams. Students in the AP and pre-AP streams will graduate with multiple AP certificates as well an Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Admission to the pre-AP streams is competitive. All Town Centre students complete a common Grade 9 year in which they study a variety of core academic subjects. The streaming process begins in Grade 10. Decisions regarding which stream a student is placed in are based upon their performance in the core academic subjects in Grade 9.
The following items are necessary to be considered for enrollment in the High School program:
- Fully completed TCPHS Grade 9 to 12 Enrolment Forms
- Fully completed Expectations for International Students (applicable only to students coming from overseas)
- Payment (see Payment Options for details)
- Proof of citizenship
- Proof of health insurance
- Immunization record
- Report Cards received during the last 2 years at the previous school attended (3 years for international students)
- A High School assessment form to be completed by the last school attended
Each January, Town Centre Private High School offers an “Early Bird” re-registration for currently enrolled students.
Parents or Guardians who register on or before the dates as set in the school calendar are eligible for additional discounts. Early registration allows parents to secure their child’s placement in the school for the upcoming academic year and to take advantage of the extra savings compared to the regular tuition fees.
For more information, please contact Patrick McCarthy, High School Vice-Principal, or Sarah McDonald, Dean of Student Life and AP Coordinator, at (905) 470-1200.