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Are you new to online education? Wondering how an online course will show up on your transcript? Want to know how you are supported in your courses? We want to help you every step of the way.
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Applying for online courses is entirely online. Simply complete our application form. Once we receive your application, an Admissions representative will follow up with you to collect the necessary documentation, payment, and arrange a Skype interview with you. Once you have been accepted, we will guide you through the orientation process.
For Canadian students, Grade 9 and 10 courses cost $489 each. Grade 11 and 12 courses cost $589 each. For International students, Grade 9 and 10 courses cost $589 each. Grade 11 and 12 courses cost $689 each. All fees are in Canadian dollars. For more details, please visit our Tuition and fees page.
Yes, it is possible! Fulford Academy offers a Dual High School Diploma program which allows you to take six courses over three years (two per year) through Fulford Academy’s hybrid (online and in-class instruction) program. You graduate with a diploma in your home country, as well as the coveted Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). This gives you an advantage when applying to universities in North America. As a Dual High School Diploma program student, you are required to take two of your courses in-person on campus at Fulford Academy during one or more summers.
If you’re a homeschooled student, Fulford Academy will be considered the primary school for your Ontario Student Record, so your student record will be stored with us.
Fulford Academy uses the popular and user-friendly platform, Google Classroom. This interface is the industry standard for modern classrooms around the world. Google Classroom allows you to access your course through a laptop, tablet or smartphone. Each online course follows the same schedule as the in-class course. Watch our demo.
Please find the full requirements for OSSD credits on Fulford's High School Requirements page.
You will need the following:
- Strong internet connection
- Laptop or tablet
- If a textbook is required for your course, we will provide you with an eBook
All online Fulford Academy courses follow the same schedule as our in-class courses. Our courses start at the beginning of each semester (September and February). We occasionally offer courses starting in April. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Our online courses follow the same schedule as our in-class courses. You will follow along with your in-class classmates and other online classmates. Each week, a new module will be released for you to review at your own pace during that week, including videos from your teacher, supplementary materials, assignments, and projects. You can connect with your teacher through the online platform to ensure you are understanding the material and it fits your particular learning style. View our demo
Online Fulford Academy courses follow the same schedule as our in-person courses. At orientation, you will receive a syllabus outlining due dates and timelines for the semester. View our demo.
Online Fulford Academy students have the same deadlines and follow the same schedule as our in-class students. View our class demo.
Each weekly module includes required readings, assignments, engaging videos from your teacher and other multi-media learning. You’ll also have regular communication with your teacher to help you achieve a solid understanding of core learning principles. There are no group projects, but you will be engaged in online discussions with your fellow classmates and your teacher. View our demo.
Fulford Academy teachers are Canadian-trained teachers. They not only offer academic support but also offer encouragement, empathy, and guidance, much like you would expect in a traditional classroom environment. Fulford Academy teachers are dedicated to your learning goals and are here for you every step of the way.
Online students receive feedback and marks on projects, tests, and exams through the Google Classroom portal. You can review feedback with your teacher in more detail over video chat. View our demo.
Not all courses have exams. Some will have final projects instead. For courses with final exams, exams will be proctored or students can write them through Google Hangouts with teachers supervising to ensure there is no cheating.
When your mark is final and your course credit is issued, the information will be sent to your home school to process and add to your high school transcript. If you are an international student, it will be mailed to you.
Within two weeks of the start of the course, students can withdraw from a course and be refunded two-thirds of payment. If a student needs to withdraw or defer their course for a medical reason after the first two-week period, it will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the Academics team.
Yes, the best part of being an online high school student at Fulford is that the credits you earn are valid and recognized anywhere in the world. The high school curriculum in Ontario, Canada is one of the most highly regarded in the world. International students who complete the Dual High School Diploma program at Fulford will have both a Canadian high school diploma and one from their home country.
Yes, if English is not your first language, you will be required to do an English test as a part of your admissions requirement. If you do not meet the necessary requirements, you have the option of taking an online English language course through Fulford Academy, our partner school, CES Toronto, or a school of your choice, so you can successfully pass the English requirement exam. Find out more about English language requirements by contacting email@example.com.