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2019 - 2020

ADMISSIONS INFORMATION


About Us MISSION Holy Trinity School (HTS) is committed to educational excellence, as measured by readiness for university entrance, and to the development of the character and individual abilities of our students within the context of Christian values and personal integrity.

VISION A world-class learning environment, HTS offers a personalized experience through which students become confident and agile thinkers, able to operate independently and collaboratively in all settings.

OUR COMMITMENT TO INCLUSION At HTS, we value respect, compassion and dignity – the underpinnings of our Christian beliefs and everything that we do. With these values, we develop knowledge, skills and empathy for others in our students. HTS welcomes every person regardless of culture, ethnicity, ability, socio-economic class, age, religion, faith, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression and gender identity. HTS is committed to ensuring that the key principles of equity, fairness and inclusion are integrated into all of our policies, programs, operations and practices. We also ensure that the personal integrity, personal safety and well-being of all our community members are respected. The inclusive environment at HTS allows our students to develop diverse perspectives that enable them to thrive in our school community and as global citizens.


The HTS Experience COU RA GE

I

ITY GR E T N

Academics

A community founded on and living the Christian values of love, peace, compassion and hope.

Athletics

Health and well-being are essential to each student’s success and development. Fitness and wellness programs provide a foundation for healthy, active living.

Experiential Learning

Transformation occurs when connections are made during lived experiences. Stewardship of our natural environment, and care for self and others, is an integral part of being engaged citizens.

ITICAL THIN CR KI N

MMUNICAT CO IO N

RES PE CT

C

ENSHIP TIZ CI

Spirituality

LLABORAT IO CO N

TER AC R A H

Arts

Our arts programs develop imagination, design skills, creative expression and confidence in our students.

Leaders in Learning A tradition in excellence; a commitment to innovation

CREA T I VIT Y

We foster digitally literate students who are equipped with the knowledge and skills to be innovative, creative and ethical problem solvers.

COM PE TE

ES CI N

Digital Proficiency

We provide a rigorous learning experience that builds critical skills and knowledge which inspires our students to pursue their passions.

G

HY PAT M E


At HTS, We Believe

O U R S C H O O L C U LT U R E I S D E F I N E D B Y T H E B E L I E F T H A T : • Learning is a journey, not a destination • Learning is a process that requires clear expectations, feedback, iteration and reflection • Inclusion is the foundation for personal integrity, dignity and spirituality which creates a safe and respectful environment • Character is the essence of humanity. It is essential in developing citizens who thrive and impact the world • Excellence is measured by achieving one’s personal best through challenging, complex and authentic rigorous experiences • Innovation is a mindset that allows one to see possibilities, be comfortable with ambiguity, and be willing to try


SCHOOL LEADER AS VISIONARY AND SUPPORTIVE: Leaders inspire, model, create opportunities, elevate, mentor and celebrate the achievements of staff and students. School leaders live the school’s mission, vision and values by building a school culture that is collaborative, agile, collegial and future-forward. School leaders work to build an organizational culture that is joyful, inspiring, supportive and innovative.

E D U C AT O R A S R E S E A R C H E R A N D A R C H I T E C T : Teachers are caring, intelligent, flexible and dedicated professionals who design learning experiences that are relevant and meaningful for their learners. They are dedicated to professional excellence, knowing their students and inspiring a learning environment that is engaging, supportive and inclusive.

S T U D E N T A S D E S I G N E R A N D C O - C R E AT O R : Students play a key role as agents in their learning. They are co-creators and designers of their learning experiences and pathways. They know their strengths, passions and interests. Additionally, students are able to identify the areas they need to grow in order to become their best self and achieve the goals they set out for themselves.

PA R E N T A S C O L L A B O R A T O R A N D PA R T N E R : Parents are models of lifelong learning. Parents are collaborators and partners in their child’s learning journey; they help build their child’s confidence and independence, while students build their self-awareness and agency. Parents, educators and students work together to ensure that each student achieves their goals and is empowered to define their own pathways.


Highlights of the Lower School

S T U D E N T - T O - T E A C H E R R AT I O Junior and Senior Kindergarten – 18:2 Grades 1 to 3 – 18:1 Grades 4 to 6 – 22:1

SPECIALIZED TEACHERS Starting in JK, all classes have a classroom rotation to learn from teachers who have designated advanced qualifications in dedicated spaces for the following subjects: • Art

• Mathematics

• French

• Music

• Physical and Health Education

• Religious Knowledge • Science (Grades 3 to 6)

INTERDISCIPLINARY LEARNING Students in Grades 5 and 6 have the opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary projects – learning that is integrated with different concepts, tools and techniques from a variety of disciplines. Some examples are the Grade 5 Intelligent Giving project and the Grade 6 Invention Convention.


G I V I N G B A C K T O T H E G R E AT E R C O M M U N I T Y Throughout the year, our Lower School students have the opportunity to contribute to their local community, through activities such as participating in environmental cleanup days or volunteering at a community lunch program.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES There are many opportunities for leadership development in the Lower School, including reading buddies, House Captains and the Lower School Prefects, where students serve as role models for Lower School students in all aspects of school life including: recess, bus, hallways, classroom, co-curricular activities, etc. The Lower School Prefects are also committed to helping students become a part of the school community.

SPORTS TEAMS The competitive-level sports teams that begin in the Lower School are: • Basketball

• Soccer

• Track and field

• Cross-country

• Softball

• Volleyball

AFTER-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES We have an incredible range of after-school activities for our Lower School students, including robotics club, musical theatre, intramural athletic activities, horseback riding and art club. Our Lower School co-curricular program runs from 3:25pm to 4:15pm. Visit hts.on.ca/co-curriculars to view a complete list of our co-curriculars.

P R I VAT E M U S I C L E S S O N S The Private Music Lesson Program is currently open to students in Grades 1 to 6 for an additional fee. Each student enrolled in the program will receive a 30-minute private lesson each week in either voice or piano during the school day. Students in other grades may also be accepted into the program by special arrangement. Lessons will begin in mid-September and run until June in three sessions.


School

you have had a chance to relax, refresh and enjoy time with your friends and family members. As fall approaches, our thoughts turn to school and the coming school year. The Lower School faculty and I greatly look forward to greeting all of our families in September.

Lower School Week at a Glance Mrs. Heather MacDonald Head of Lower School Twitter: @HMacDonaldHTS

A WEEK AT A GLANCE

MONDAY

TUESDAY

7:30am-8:00am

Before School Care

8:15am 8:25am-8:45am

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY

Attendance and O Canada Chapel

Chapel

Reading Wednesday

8:45am-9:30am

Period A

9:30am-10:15am

Period B

10:15am-10:45am

Recess

10:45am-11:30am

Period C

11:30am-12:15pm

Period D

12:15pm-12:40pm 12:40pm-1:05pm

Chapel

Group A - Lunch Group B - Recess Group B - Lunch Group A - Recess

1:05pm-1:45pm

PLUS

1:45pm-2:30pm

Period E

2:30pm-3:15pm

Period F

3:15pm-3:25pm

Homeroom/snack/travel time

3:25pm-4:15pm

Co-curriculars

4:45pm

Buses

4:15pm-5:00pm

After School Care

5:00pm-6:00pm

Extended Care (for an additional fee)

Chapel


Highlights of the Middle School

FLEXIBLE LEARNING EXPERIENCE (FLEX) Middle School students have three 40-minute periods each week that are used to support and enrich their learning. Students sign up for FLEX sessions from a broad selection of topics, including study skills, organization, debate, coding, investment club, life in the Senior School, guidance, wellness and leadership.

SPECIALIZED TEACHERS The following subjects have teachers who have advanced qualifications. Students are offered a full rotation of classes in: • Art

• French

• Drama

• Mathematics

• English

• Music

• Physical and Health Education

• Science • Social Studies

• Religious Knowledge

LEADERSHIP There are many opportunities for leadership roles in the Middle School. Some are formal positions, such as House Captains, while others develop over the course of the year. Students are encouraged to seek leadership opportunities that will challenge them.


L E A D E R S H I P A N D E X P E R I E N T I A L E D U C AT I O N Each year, students have opportunities for leadership and experiential education. Last year saw trips to: • Bark Lake Leadership Centre

• Kilcoo Camp

• CAIS Leadership Conference

• Quebec City

• Camp Wanakita

• Space Camp to the NASA Education Centre

SPORTS TEAMS The competitive-level sports teams in the Middle School are: • Basketball

• Rugby

• Track and field

• Cross-country

• Soccer

• Ultimate frisbee

• Field hockey

• Softball

• Volleyball

Visit hts.on.ca/co-curriculars to view a complete list of our sports teams and co-curriculars.

M I D D L E S C H O O L T R I N I TA R I A N AWA R D The Trinitarian Award is designed to encourage student engagement and enable students to take ownership of their individual growth. The award is based upon David Kolb’s model of experiential learning and the founding HTS values of respect integrity, confidence and leadership. Grade 7 and 8 students have the opportunity to earn credits through service and citizenship, physical recreation, arts, innovation, leadership and character development to put toward achieving the Middle School Trinitarian Award.


Middle School Week at a Glance A WEEK AT A GLANCE MONDAY 8:15am 8:25am-8:45am

FRIDAY

Attendance and O Canada Chapel

8:45am-9:45am 9:45am-10:25am

TUESDAY

Advisor

Chapel

Period A FLEX

Band

FLEX

WEDNESDAY 8:15am

Attendance and O Canada

THURSDAY 8:15am-9:00am

Band/Choir/ Drama/Tech/ Faculty PD

8:25am-8:45am

Chapel

8:45am-9:40am

Period A

9:00am-9:55am

Period A

9:50am-10:45am

Period B

9:55am-10:25am

Assembly

10:25am-11:25am

Period B

10:45am-11:25am

FLEX

10:30am-11:25am

Period B

11:25am-12:25pm

Lunch

11:25am-12:25pm

Lunch

11:25am-12:25pm

Lunch

12:25pm-1:15pm

Period C

12:25pm-1:15pm

Period C

12:25pm-1:15pm

Period C

1:25pm-2:15pm

Period D

1:25pm-2:15pm

Period D

1:25pm-2:15pm

Period D

2:25pm-3:15pm

Period E

2:25pm-3:15pm

Period E

2:25pm-3:15pm

Period E

3:15pm-4:30pm

Co-curriculars

3:15pm-4:30pm

Co-curriculars

3:15pm-4:30pm 4:45pm

Co-curriculars Buses

Team Practice

4:45pm

Buses

4:45pm

Buses


Highlights of the Senior School

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT FROM OUR STUDENT SUCCESS CENTRE This personalized guidance program, starting in Grade 9, introduces and guides each student in researching university programs, volunteer opportunities, academic counselling, course selection and much more. Teacher Advisor Group (TAG) All students are placed in a TAG with approximately nine other students and one faculty advisor. The TAG meets four times a week to provide time for the students to build a relationship with their advisor so their advisor can guide them in their social, emotional and academic well-being.

SPORTS TEAMS The competitive-level sports teams in the Senior School are: • Badminton

• Hockey

• Tennis

• Basketball

• Rugby

• Track and field

• Cross-country

• Soccer

• Ultimate frisbee

• Field hockey

• Softball

• Volleyball

Visit hts.on.ca/co-curriculars to view a complete list of our sports teams and co-curriculars.


S E N I O R S C H O O L T R I N I TA R I A N AWA R D The Trinitarian Award is designed to encourage student engagement and enable students to take ownership of their individual growth. The award has three levels – Bronze, Silver and Gold – and is centred on five components: physical recreation, arts, community service, global education and leadership.

PROJECT-BASED LEARNING Project-based learning is a dynamic approach to teaching in which students explore real-world problems and challenges. With this type of active and engaged learning, students are inspired to obtain a deeper knowledge of the subjects they are studying. Project-based learning builds important core skills and competencies for the workplace and life including critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration and communication, including using a variety of media, speaking and presenting skills. Each year, students participate in the following projects: Grade 9 Business Trade Show and Grade 11 Physics Roller Coaster Presentation. Interdisciplinary learning is the process of integrating information techniques, tools and concepts from a variety of disciplines. Here are some examples of our interdisciplinary projects: Sustainable Dwellings, Fashion Forward and the Poetry project.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES HTS students are encouraged to participate in leadership programs designed to prepare them for university and beyond. • Club Leaders

• House Captains

• Prefects

• Student Council

E X P E R I E N T I A L E D U C AT I O N There are opportunities for cultural and service experiences abroad, and past trips have included: • Senior Band trip to Europe • Exchange Program

• Service trips to countries such as: Costa Rica, Peru, Tanzania and Thailand

• Trips with curriculum connections to Ottawa and Vimy, France


Specialty Senior School Programs E X T E N D E D F R E N C H C E R T I F I C AT E HTS offers an Extended French Certificate to students entering Grade 9 from a French Immersion or a French language school. Our goal is to develop French-language knowledge and skills at a high level while continuing to provide an understanding and appreciation of francophone culture in Canada and around the world. By the end of the four-year program, students will not only have gained the ability to converse freely on familiar topics, but will also be able to speak, read and write in French confidently across a wider range of disciplines and subject areas.

H I G H - P E R F O R M A N C E AT H L E T E P R O G R A M The High-Performance Athlete Program is designed to offer greater support and increased flexibility to students who are regularly involved in an individual or team sport at an elite level outside of school. To learn more about this program, visit hts.on.ca/highperformanceathlete.

A D VA N C E D P L AC E M E N T ( A P ) HTS offers two AP courses face-to-face and several others online in partnership with One Schoolhouse, a College Board approved online independent school. There is an additional cost for taking an online AP course. HTS students are able to take AP courses, in addition to their Ontario credit courses, in the following areas: FACE-TO-FACE

ONLINE

• Calculus

• Art History

• Environmental Science

• Physics C - Mechanics

• French

• Chinese (Mandarin)

• Macroeconomics

• Psychology

• Computer Science A

• Microeconomics

• Spanish

• Computer Science Principles

• Music Theory

• Statistics

• English Literature and Composition

• Physics 1


Senior School Week at a Glance A WEEK AT A GLANCE

MONDAY 8:15am 8:25am-8:45am

TUESDAY

FRIDAY

Attendance and O Canada Chapel

Senior Assembly

Chapel

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

Attendance and O Canada

8:00am-9:00am

Faculty PD

8:25am-8:45am

Chapel

9:00am-10:10am

Period A

8:15am

8:45am-8:50am

Travel Time

8:45am-8:50am

Travel Time

10:10am-10:15am

Travel Time

8:50am-10:05am

Period A

8:50am-9:50am

Period A

10:15am-11:25am

Period B

10:05am-10:10am

Travel Time

9:50am-9:55am

Travel Time

11:25am-11:55am

Student Directed Time

10:10am-11:25am

Period B

9:55am-10:55am

Period B

11:55am-1:05pm

Period C

10:55am-11:00am

Travel Time

1:05pm-2:00pm

Lunch

11:00am-12:00pm

Period C

1:10pm-2:00pm

Music

12:00pm-12:05pm

Travel Time

2:00pm-3:15pm

Period D

12:05pm-1:05pm

Period D

3:25pm-4:30pm

Senior Co-curricular

1:05pm-2:00pm

Lunch

11:25am-11:50am

Student Directed Time

Advisory

11:50am-11:55am

Travel Time

11:55am-1:05pm

Period C

1:05pm-2:00pm

Lunch

1:10pm-2:00pm 2:00pm-3:15pm 3:25pm-4:30pm 4:45pm

Music

Clubs

Advisory

Music/ Clubs

2:00pm-3:15pm

Period D Senior Senior Co-curricular Co-curricular Buses

Senior Sports

3:15pm-4:30pm 4:45pm

Personalized Learning Time Study Centres Co-curricular 1 Study Centres Co-curricular 2 Buses

4:45pm

Buses


Co-curricular Program

The extensive co-curricular program is embedded into the life of the school and offers a variety of teams and clubs in each division. Students are encouraged and expected to participate fully in school life. Breakaway trips, team sports, field trips, musical and theatrical productions, student clubs, leadership opportunities and community service programs provide mind-broadening, skill-building and horizon-expanding experiences. By venturing out of their comfort zone, our students learn to adapt to different situations, rise to new challenges, take on new responsibilities and discover new passions – skills that will serve them well beyond HTS. Co-curricular activities can change from year to year. Here is a look at options currently available to our students: Lower School Mad Science, Outdoor Adventure, Visual Arts, Drama, Computers, Arts and Crafts, Cooperative Games, French Extra Help, Mandarin, Peer Tutoring, Minecraft, Ball Hockey, Built It, Hockey, Skating Lessons, Yoga, Glee Club, Junior Engineering, Robotics, Babysitting - First Aid, Musical Theatre, Golf, Robotics, French Play Club Middle School Art Club, Drama Club, Pop Ensemble, Rock Band, Choir, Jazz Band, Fitness, Pop Ensemble, Rugby, Softball, Ultimate Frisbee, Badminton, Tennis Senior School Fitness, Art Club, Tritones, Intermediate Band, Jazz Band, Euro Band, Senior Band, Yearbook, Debating, Model UN, DECA, Squash, Drama - Play Production, Community Service, Badminton, Drama - Student One-Act Plays, Science Olympics Visit hts.on.ca/co-curriculars to view a complete list of co-curriculars.


Going Beyond

LUNCH PROGRAM A daily hot lunch is included in tuition for all HTS students. Chef-prepared, nutritious and well-balanced meals are served in our bright and spacious Dining Hall. Students may choose from a hot entrée, a specialty sandwich and a secondary main dish. We also offer homemade soups, a salad bar, fresh whole fruit and a sandwich deli bar. Beverages include water and milk. All students receive a morning and afternoon snack.

BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE Supervision is provided in the morning and afternoon for all Lower School (JK–Grade 6) students. This supervision is included with tuition. • Morning supervision: Monday to Friday, 7:30am to 8:00am • Afternoon supervision: Monday to Friday, 4:15pm to 5:00pm There is an additional fee if you require after school care from 5:00pm to 6:00pm.


B R E A K A W AY T R I P S At the beginning of each year, students in Grades 5 to 12 take part in what are known as “Breakaway” trips. These trips are designed to strengthen relationships between students and teachers, as well as to build leadership skills and community. Trips take place at a variety of locations that are best suited for the activities that are planned. These trips are mandatory as we value the experiences that each student gains and the connections that they make.

BUS PROGRAM Stock Transportation provides HTS’ bus service. The morning bus is scheduled to arrive at school by 8:00am and the afternoon pick-up is 4:45pm. Routes for the upcoming school year will be decided by our transportation company once registrations have been completed. Unfortunately, it is not possible for all locations to be accommodated.


Information about Admissions for September 2019

W H E N T O A P P LY Applications are welcome at any time. It is recommended that parents apply in the fall before the entry year. Please contact the Admissions Office when you are ready to begin the process.

SELECTION CRITERIA At HTS, we value and develop the whole student. While our commitment to academics is our priority, students are not selected based on their academic results alone. We are looking for students who are also passionate and curious about the arts, athletics, leadership and service to the community.

A C C E P TA N C E L E T T E R S Initial offers of acceptance will be provided during the month of January 2019. Applications will continue to be accepted throughout the year.

I N T E R N AT I O N A L S T U D E N T S International students who are moving to the local area are welcome to apply to HTS. Students must be living with at least one parent for an application to be considered. An interview will be arranged once a completed application is submitted including translated transcripts or report cards. Academic testing and an interview will be arranged by the Admissions Office.

A S S E S S M E N T A N D O B S E R VAT I O N V I S I T S • Families applying to JK, SK and Grade 1 will be invited for an initial meeting with the Director of Admissions. The student will participate in a one-hour observation session with our Lower School teachers. We will use this time to get to know your child and make observations in language development, social interaction and overall readiness for school. • Students applying for Grades 2 to 8 will attend the school for a day, guided by our Student Ambassadors. On the day of the visit, students will take part in classes, meet students and teachers, complete an in-school assessment and have an interview with the Director of Admissions. No advance preparation is required for the assessment. • Students applying for Grades 9 to 11 will be invited for an interview with the Director of Admissions. Students may schedule a visit, but this is not mandatory. Completion of an academic assessment is required and will be scheduled for the day of the interview. • Students applying for Grade 12 will be invited for an interview with the Director of Admissions.


Financial Information GRADE 9 ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS HTS endeavours to partner with families who wish to enable students to reach their full potential academically, physically and emotionally. As such, HTS offers two Entrance Scholarships to new students entering Grade 9. These awards cover 100% of tuition fees over a four-year period, from Grade 9 through to the end of Grade 12. Candidates must be academically strong and show a willingness to study a challenging program that leads to university application. The ideal candidates will have a commendable track-record of involvement in their current schools’ co-curricular program in areas such as athletics, arts, student government or community service. All families must complete and submit an application for financial assessment to Apple Financial Services to determine eligibility. Applications must be submitted online at applefinancialservices.ca no later than December 15, 2018. All scholarship candidates must write our scholarship exam and have an interview with the Director of Admissions and select faculty. Please contact the Admissions Office for details.

F I N A N C I A L A S S I S TA N C E HTS is pleased to provide bursary assistance to eligible families that have been enrolled at the school for at least one full year. To determine eligibility, applications must be submitted online to Apple Financial Services at applefinancialservices.ca no later than January 31, 2019. Apple Financial Services will complete a financial assessment and provide a recommendation to the HTS Financial Aid Committee for consideration. Bursaries are intended to be for short-term assistance and are available for up to 50 per cent of tuition costs. For more information about our bursaries and scholarships, please visit hts.on.ca/bursariesandscholarships or contact the Admissions Office.

FEES Fees listed below are for the 2018-2019 school year. Be sure to check our website for the most up-to-date information. The 2019-2020 fees will be published in January 2019. It is important for our families to anticipate basic tuition increases of approximately 4% on an annual basis as this allows our school to operate as a leading educational institution. TYPE

REMARKS

AMOUNT

APPLICABLE TO

DUE DATE

Application Fee

Non-Refundable

$150

New Students

With Application

Application Fee for International Students

Non-Refundable

$300

New Students

With Application

Enrollment Fee

Non-Refundable

$5,000

New Students

At Acceptance Date


BASIC TUITION The HTS tuition includes lunch for all students and before and after care for Lower School students. Tuition can be paid in one or multiple installments. The payment plan options and tuition fees for 2019-2020 will be set in January 2019 and available at hts.on.ca/tuition. Please visit our website for the most up-to-date information. When paying your tuition, a voluntary Annual Fund donation is included in the first payment. Annual Fund donations are the gift our families provide to support our leading edge programs and initiatives so that we continue to be leaders in education for our students.

ADDITIONAL COSTS TYPE

REMARKS

Uniform Cost

AMOUNT

APPLICABLE TO

DUE DATE

$500 - $1,000

All Students

When Purchased

Student Charges

Additional charges for trips and other sundry items.

$975 - $1,475 $700 - $875

Grade 7-9 Students Grade 10-12 Students

With First Tuition Installment

Technology

An iPad A MacBook

$500 - $750 $1,200 - $2,500

Grade 6-8 Students Grade 9-12 Students

When Purchased When Purchased


A N N U A L F U N D D O N AT I O N HTS is an independent, not-for-profit, school which provides an educational experience that is nothing short of exceptional. The Annual Fund supports initiatives that enhance and enrich school life above what is covered by tuition as well as student financial aid. Families are encouraged to donate a minimum of $1,500 per child, annually. These donations allow for upgrades to our resources and tools in the classroom, enhanced facilities and specialized programming. An official donation receipt will be issued for the full amount of your Annual Fund donation. TYPE

REMARKS

AMOUNT

APPLICABLE TO

DUE DATE

Annual Fund

Tax Deductible Donation

$1,500

Each Student

Annually

Charitable Reigstration Number: 122397417 RR0001

TUITION REFUND INSURANCE PLAN Tuition insurance is offered to each student at the time of enrollment. HTS strongly recommends that families purchase this coverage. The premium for the school year is approximately $600 annually and is due with enrollment. Details can be found at tuitionrefundplan.com. TYPE

REMARKS

AMOUNT

APPLICABLE TO

DUE DATE

Tuition Refund Plan

Optional

Approx. $600

JK-Grade 12 Students

With Enrollment

TA X C R E D I T S HTS provides tax receipts allowed under Canada Revenue Agency guidelines for Religious Instruction and Child Care. A receipt for religious instruction is issued for each child enrolled in the school, and child care receipts are automatically issued for students who are under 16 years of age during the calendar year. Receipts are issued to the person or organization that paid the tuition fees.


How To Apply S T E P 1 P L A N A V I S I T

Visiting the school is an essential part of the research process. We invite you to visit the school during one of our Tuesday Tours or one of our Open Houses. Dates, times and registration are available on the HTS website at hts.on.ca/takeatour.

S T E P 2 S U B M I T A N A P P L I C A T I O N 1. C  omplete the online application at hts.on.ca/apply. We encourage families to submit an application by December 1, 2018. Initial offers of acceptance will be sent out during the month of January 2019. Applications will continue to be accepted throughout the year. 2. Submit the supporting documents by email to admissions@hts.on.ca or by post. • Copies of the applicant’s report cards from the current year and final report cards from the past two years • A copy of the applicant’s birth certificate or passport • A recent photo of the applicant • Teacher recommendation form completed APPLY ONLINE by the applicant’s teacher • $150 (non-refundable) application fee • $300 (non-refundable) application fee for International students

AT

hts.on.ca/apply

S T E P 3 V I S I T S A N D I N T E R V I E W S

The Admissions Office will contact parents to arrange a visit and an interview once the application and supporting documents have been received.

S T E P 4 A S S E S S M E N T APPLYING TO GRADE

OBSERVATION DAY

TESTING

FAMILY INTERVIEW

JK - 1

Required

Observation session

Required

2-8

Required

Assessment and interview conducted on the day of the visit

Required

9 - 11

Optional

Academic assessment at HTS

Required

12

Optional

Please submit the most recent transcript and report cards

Required


11300 Bayview Avenue, Richmond Hill, ON L4S 1L4 905-737-1115 hts.on.ca

Admissions Information 2019-2020  

Learn more about Holy Trinity School and the admission information for the 2019-2020 school year.

Admissions Information 2019-2020  

Learn more about Holy Trinity School and the admission information for the 2019-2020 school year.

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