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Study Abroad

Studying abroad trains students to be respectful of other cultures and political and economic systems. As they make friends from diverse backgrounds and cultures with different world views, they become more willing to take a stand for the world's welfare and comprehend the importance of it. 

Studying at Keystone International High School will help you get immersed with the Canadian culture, improve your language skills and pave the way for University. Obtaining your Canadian high school diploma will ensure a smooth transition into a higher education in North America. You will have an unforgettable adventure, while completing your high school studies. You will have unlimited opportunities to be part of the community and build friendships that may last a lifetime. 

Get a Canadian Education

Canadian Education is very highly regarded around the world. PISA results show that Canada consistently outranks Australia, the UK and the USA.   

"Canada placed fourth over all in science, tied with Finland and behind Singapore, Japan and Estonia, in the latest results from the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), the highly anticipated survey conducted every three years that measures how 15-year-old high-school students are doing in science, math and reading." Globe&Mail, December 2016

Canadian Universities consistently rank in top 25 of the world universities in various reports. 

Live in Toronto

Living in TorontoToronto is the capital of Ontario, home to over 100,000 international students. 

25% of Canada's entire international student population is in Toronto.

Toronto is the fifth largest city in North America and an economic powerhouse in Canada.

Toronto is a multicultural city, home to more than 100 distinct ethnic groups. There are many cultural communities and neighborhoods like Chinatown, Little Italy, Koreatown, Greektown, and Portugal Village.

Toronto represents the centre of arts, design, culture, communications, and commerce in Canada. Toronto attracts more visitors and immigrants than any other Canadian city.

A Message for International Students