Laureates Academy welcomes applications from students who meet either of the following Canadian residency criteria:

  • Canadian Citizenship: The student is a Canadian citizen.
  • Permanent Residency: The student has permanent resident status in Canada.
  • Protected Persons and Convention Refugees: The student holds a protected person or convention refugee status in Canada and possesses a valid Canadian study permit.
  • Study Permit Holders with Parental Support: The student holds a valid Canadian study permit, and at least one parent holds a valid Canadian study permit or work permit.

Students who do not meet any of the criteria listed above should refer to our International Students Admissions page for application information.

Here’s a roadmap to guide you through the admissions process for local students:

1. Explore Laureates Academy:

    • Browse our website to learn about our philosophy, curriculum, and the unique learning environment we offer. Also, make sure that you read about our tuition fees and understand the payment and tuition fee and (optional) boarding costs structure before you apply. You may also talk to some of our counselors to learn more about our school. You can arrange a phone conversation with our counselors either via email (registrar@Laureates.ca) or via phone +1(647)455-2606.

2. Gather Application Materials:

    • Online Application Form: Complete the online application form available on our website. You may alternatively email our Registrar’s Office at (registrar@Laureates.ca) to receive a soft copy or hard copy of the application form. Ensure you provide accurate and complete information.

    • Report Cards: Submit official copies of your child’s most recent report cards. If you are applying to high school, we will need ALL your previous high school report cards AND transcript.

    • Teacher Recommendation: Request a teacher recommendation letter from a current teacher who can speak to your child’s academic abilities, potential, and overall strengths.

    • Optional: Standardized Test Scores: While not mandatory, you can submit standardized test scores (if available) to provide additional context to your child’s application.

3. Admissions Assessment:

Students who meet the initial application requirements will be shortlisted for the next step.

    • Assessment Day: Shortlisted applicants will be invited to participate in an Assessment Day. This may involve a writing sample, a problem-solving activity, and an interview with our admissions committee. Students will stay the whole day at school during the Assessment Day. The Assessment Day is designed to assess your child’s potential fit within our program, and their eagerness to learn.

4. Admissions Decision:

    • Application Review: The admissions committee will carefully review all application materials and Assessment Day results.

    • Communication: We will notify you of the admissions decision within a specified timeframe. You will receive a formal letter outlining the decision and next steps.

Additional Considerations:

    • Application Deadlines: We recommend submitting your application well in advance of the deadline (April 30) to ensure proper consideration. Please visit our website’s “Admissions” page for specific deadlines.

    • Financial Aid: Laureates Academy offers financial aid options to qualified students. Visit our website’s “Financial Aid” page for more information and to explore eligibility.

    • Contact Us: If you have any questions throughout the admissions process, please don’t hesitate to contact our Admissions Office (registrar@Laureates.ca). We’re here to guide you and ensure a smooth application experience.

We encourage you to apply if you believe Laureates Academy would be a nurturing and stimulating environment for your child’s intellectual growth. We look forward to receiving your application!


Canadian Champion

We have been ranking number one on most fashionable math and computing contests in recent years. But at our school, we’re not just teaching math and computer science – we’re igniting a revolution in young minds! We’re the Canadian champions in several of the hottest math and computing contests, and that’s not by accident. Our classrooms are bursting with energy, creativity, and the thrill of discovery. We don’t just train students, we empower them to become the future Einsteins, Wozniaks, and Kaplans!  Here, problem-solving is an adventure, not a chore, and coding becomes the language of creation.  So ditch the ordinary and join the champions – register for our school today and unlock your child’s potential for greatness!

University of Toronto Cheers for Laureates Academy

Dr. Kamali’s dedication to fostering a love for neuroscience in young minds has borne remarkable fruit. The University of Toronto Collaborative Program in Neuroscience, a prestigious arbiter of excellence in the field, has bestowed upon her a well-deserved recognition. This accolade is a testament to Dr. Kamali’s pioneering spirit, her ability to transform complex concepts into captivating narratives, and her unwavering belief in the boundless potential of young minds to explore the intricate wonders of the brain.

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Is your progeny adrift in a sea of mediocrity, yearning for intellectual stimulation that transcends the rote memorization of multiplication tables? Fear not, discerning parent! Our esteemed day school is not your typical Dickensian drudgery. Here, young minds blossom in a veritable salon of Socratic inquiry, where curiosity is not a character flaw, but the very currency of intellectual exchange. We offer an education more akin to a Jane Austen soirée – brimming with wit, brimming with potential, and decidedly less likely to involve a duel at dawn. Our classrooms are not battlefields for standardized tests, but vibrant Jane Eyre moors, where the winds of knowledge carry students to unexplored shores. So, cast aside the shackles of the ordinary and set sail for an academic odyssey unlike any other!