This program is designed for students who are currently studying abroad on a full-time basis. They will be taking courses with Keystone Online Program in addition to their full-time school abroad. Students will present their transcripts from their school every year and we will asses and grant equivalencies.
OSSD (Ontario Secondary School Diploma) is recognized worldwide.
Apply to Ontario Universities like local students; online through the OUAC (Ontario University Application Center), when you are enrolled in Keystone Online Secondary School.
Don't waste a year because you are missing a credit to start your program or accelerate your learning to get a head start!
Completing your OSSD online will let you continue doing other things that you are passionate about. You can continue training while earning your diploma online.
While working in your own pace, you will always have the support of your teachers, whether it be supporting your learning with various resources or having access to them through virtual classrooms.
Education at your own pace and comfort is the future of education! You become responsible for your own learning while getting full support from your instructors.
Desk jobs are becoming obsolete just like learning in a traditional classroom setting.
Students must complete;
18 Compulsory Credits
12 Optional Credits
The compulsory credits are to be taken during the 4 years of high school, between grades 9 and 12. When a student transfers into Keystone International Schools, all credits from previous schools will be assessed as per their transcript. Equivalencies will be granted based on their previous schooling.
The Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) is a compulsory standardized test for secondary school students in Ontario who wish to obtain the Ontario Secondary School Diploma. The OSSLT is written every year in March in all public, private and Catholic secondary schools in the province of Ontario.
If you are reside outside of Canada, you can take the test on the same day proctored at a local school vouched by Keystone International Schools.
Every student must complete a minimum of 40 hours of community involvement activities as part of the requirements for an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). The purpose of the community involvement requirement is to encourage students to develop awareness and understanding of civic responsibility and of the role they can play and the contributions they can make in supporting and strengthening their communities.