We endeavor to enroll students who have demonstrated academic achievement, possess a positive attitude toward schooling, and whose parents seek a well-rounded, rigorous education for their child. We look for candidates who will benefit from our educational programs and who will contribute positively to the school community.
Students applying for admission must submit a completed application and pay a registration fee of $100. The following items are necessary at the time of admission.
Grade 9 students are expected to participate in the academic assessment process. This process will help the students to identify thier abilities in mathematics, grammar, vocabulary, spelling and reading.
Grade 10, 11 & 12 students are admitted based on their previous academic records.
Fee is as follows for the current academic year
Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) is the formal evaluation and credit-granting process whereby students may obtain credits for prior learning. Prior learning includes the knowledge and skills that students have acquired, in both formal and informal ways, outside secondary school.
The PLAR process involves two components: “challenge” and “equivalency”.
The “challenge” process is the process whereby students’ prior learning is assessed for the purpose of granting credit for a Grade 10, 11, or 12 course developed from a provincial curriculum policy document published in 1999 or later.
The “equivalency” process is the process of assessing credentials from other jurisdictions.
Can-AIM offers PLAR evaluation to eligible students for a fee of $250.
Can-AIM offers courses on fast track for those students who cannot attend regular classes or need to finish courses faster. Fast track credits allow students to cover the course material much quicker than they would in a regular term period. However, students need to follow criteria set by school while taking fast track credits.