The education system in Canada
We will take the most common training system and tell you about it.
In the process of our narration about
studying in Canada, we will try
to show you how beautiful
this country is, because it
seems to us that not everyone
knows about it.
Preschool or nursery school for children aged five and under includes some
preschool daycare programs, junior kindergarten (in Ontario only)
and kindergarten, which is a requirement in most provinces excepts
for province in the prairies.
Toronto, Ontario province
six (ages 6 to 12).
Junior high school might also be called senior public
schools or middle
school and is found in most provinces. In a few
select areas, schools
may run from K to 8. In most provinces junior high
school runs from
grades 6 through 9 (age 12-15) although in Ontario,
it ends at grade eight (age 14).
Quebec city, Quebec province
Upon graduation from high school, children may
workforce or enter university, college or a career
In Quebec schools, instruction is primarily in French
but in general,
Canadian schools teach in English.
this country, children can choose the subjects that
interest them and study them during their school life.
Thus, students have more time for what they really
need. (Each student is given his own timetable.)
and end at two o clock eleven minutes of day.
Such exact figures are necessary for students to
become accustomed to punctuality.
(The time of the beginning and the end of classes
can be different, depending on which school we
are talking about.)
class hour or a free lesson. During a free lesson, students can turn
to teachers for help on subjects or do homework. Also in schools
there is a big break for lunch. After class, many students remain at
schools. In public schools, the school uniform is not
required. But still in most schools there is a dress
perfect, but they do not study on Saturdays.