CIID places a high importance on carefully counseling students in their applications to universities appropriate to the students’ ambitions, academic potentials and personal characters. CIID’s guidance counselors, with strong backgrounds and keen awareness of many
UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE AND DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS
For university admission in Canada, a student must obtain a Diploma Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) that includes six 12M or 12U courses. Students with an OSSD can apply to any Canadian, American and European universities. All university applications are prepared at the Guidance Centre at CIID. Students applying to universities in other provinces or other parts of the world should confirm academic eligibility with the registrar of the university they wish to attend. CIID assists all prospective students in their eligibility inquiries to post-secondary institutions.
All students will be involved with the placement office in each of the grades to ensure the target in the student’s mind is continually refreshed and focused. Each term, students add to their portfolio which they use as evidence in parent discussions about goals and plans and in sessions with their placement professional. Assignments that support their decisions about universities of choice and strategies for choosing major and minor subject concentrations allow for more dependable decisions at graduation time.