Grade 9 – 11 & Grade 12 (University Preparation Program) - The Great Lakes College of Toronto
Grade 9 – 11 & Grade 12 (University Preparation Program)

During their time at GLCT, students select an appropriate combination of academic courses to add to their knowledge and skills base; explore courses of interest; determine the type of educational program they are best suited to pursue in university/college and to gain entrance to university or college. University/college preparation courses include content that is relevant for the study of both university and college programs.

Hybrid Synchronous Learning

In March 2020, GLCT has moved all classes to the synchronous remote learning model with Microsoft Teams and Moodle LMS. We use Microsoft Team for daily communication and deliver real-time teaching, and use Moodle LMS for attendance, content delivery, assignments, tests and exams.

For School Year 2020-2021, we introduced a hybrid synchronous learning model. Advantages of the model:

  • Minimize student interactions between different social bubbles.
  • Very similar to face-to-face instructions with real-time teachers– students’ interactions and instant feedback from the teachers and peers.
  • The education, instructions, and learning occur at the same time but not at the same place. Therefore, classes are recorded and saved for students’ future references.
  • A great benefit for students who are currently waiting for their study visas and wish to enter the university in September 2021. They will not fall behind in completing the required courses or university applications.
Course Code Description
ADA4M Drama
ASM3M Media Arts
ASM4M Media Arts
AVI3M Visual Arts
AVI4M Visual Arts
BAT4M Financial Accounting Principles
BAF3M Financial Accounting Fundamentals
BBB4M International Business Fundamentals
CIA4U Analyzing Current Economic Issues
CHI4U Canada: History, Identity, and Culture
CGW4U World Issues: A Geographic Analysis
ENG4U English
ENG1D English
ENG3U English
ELS2O Literacy Skills: Reading and Writing
ENG2D English
GLS1O Learning Strategies: Skills for Success in Secondary School
EWC4U The Writer’s Craft
GLC2O Learning Strategies: Skills for Success in Secondary School
ICS4U Computer Science
ICS3U Introduction to Computer Science
MHF4U Advanced Functions
MPM1D Principles of Mathematics
MCV4U Calculus and Vectors
MPM2D Principles of Mathematics
MCR3U Mathematics of Data Management
MDM4U Mathematics of Data Management
OLC4O Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course
PPL3O Healthy Active Living Education
PPL2O Healthy Active Living Education
PLF4M Recreation and Healthy Active Living Leadership
PPL1O Healthy Active Living Education
SNC1D Science
SNC2D Science
SBI3U Biology
SBI4U Biology
SCH3U Chemistry
SCH4U Chemistry
SPH3U Physics
SPH4U Physics
HFA4U Nutrition and Health
  1. Completed Grade 8 or equivalent or
  2. Student currently in Grade 9 – 12 or equivalent or
  3. Completed high school or
  4. Currently in university or college, but have not received any degree or diploma yet.
  1. Complete application form
  2. Submit the application form and transcript of marks to
  3. The school will issue an offer letter with a cost summary, which includes tuition fees, residence fees, application fees, e.t.c. (Please refer to Fee Schedule for more detail)
  4. Once payment has been received, the school will issue a Letter of Acceptance and Receipt.
  5. Inform the school for the arrival date to ensure the room arranged, and to schedule an airport pick-up service.

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