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Crawford Adventist Academy

School Info.

Time Established:1953
Accreditation:Ontario Ministry of Education North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists Ontario Federation of Independent Schools
Type: Canada Local Co-ed Private Day School
Location:North York, Ontario
Accommodation:Homestay
Grade Setting:K-12 
Average Number for Each Class: 15
Total Enrollment of the Whole School:321
Number of Current International Students:8 (from China Korea, the United States and Caribbean)
Number of Current Chinese Students:1(by Fall 2019)
Faculty-Student Ratio:1:8
Education Level of the Faculty:22 with Bachelor’s Degree 19 with Master’s Degree, 1 with Education Specialist Degree
ESL:Lectured by Professional Tutors
Schooling System:Semester
Arrival airport:Pearson International Airport(YYZ, 20-min drive)
Official Website:www.caasda.com 


Buildings & Facilities


Three Computer Labs (one of them is Apple Mac Lab), Cafeteria, Music Room for Instrumental & Vocal, Gymnasium & Weight Room, Biology Lab and Chemistry Lab, Home Economics Room (Kitchen & Sewing Room)



Superiority

Ideal Location: Located in North York, Toronto, the school is adjacent to North York General Hospital and Library, 5 min drive to Yonge & Finch Metro Station and 10 min drive to the center of North York.


Top Graduates: For the past six decades, CAA has been proud of its quality education and outstanding graduates. With 98% post-secondary acceptance rate, the school has successfully helped its students go on pursuing further education in noted universities in Canada, such as University of Toronto, University of Waterloo, MacMaster University, etc. The classes of 2016, 2017 and 2018 earned remarkable scholarship of more than $2,300,000.


Experienced Teachers: 45% of our high school teachers have a teaching experience of more than 15 years. Small class pattern facilitates more attention given to students from our teacher, which is of great importance to improve their language proficiency and academic performance.


Outstanding sports and music achievements: Its high school Concert and Choir won several prizes in Canada’s noted Kiwanis Music Festival from 2016 to 2018, and its senior girls basketball team won three consecutive Championships in Division ‘A’ from 2013 to 2015. The school attaches high emphasis on sports and music program, providing students with a number of opportunities for sports, clubs, groups and activities.





Curriculum

All basic courses required by the Ontario Ministry of Education

Language Course: ESL, French



Overview of Curriculum Setting 


  
 


Grade 9



English, Mathematics, Foundation of Mathematics, Science, French (Core), Issues in Canadian Geography, Healthy Active Living Education, Learning Strategies, Art, Dramatic Arts, Music (Instrumental), Music (Vocal), Religious Education



Grade 10



English, Mathematics, Science, French (Core), Business (Introduction), Canadian History Since World War I, Healthy Active Living Education, (Art) Information and Consumer Design, Music (Instrumental), Music (Vocal), Career Studies, Civics and Citizenship, Computer Studies, Religious Education



Grade 11



English, Mathematics (Functions, , Biology, Chemistry, Physics (), French (Core), Business, Business (The Enterprising Person), [Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology (Introduction)], Healthy Active Living Education, Raising Healthy Children, (Art) Information and Consumer Design, Drama, Music (Instrumental), Music (Vocal,), Computer and Information Science, Travel and Tourism: A Geographic Perspective, Understanding Canadian Law, World Religious: Beliefs, Issues, and Religious Traditions



Grade 12



English, Mathematics (Advanced Functions), Mathematics (Calculus and Vectors), Mathematics of Data Management, Mathematics for College Technology, French, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Business Leadership: Management Fundamentals, Business-International Business Fundamentals, Canadian and International Law, Challenge and Change in Society, Computer Programming, Earth and Space Science, Healthy Active Living, Families in Canada, Music (Instrumental), Music (Vocal), Religious Education, The Writer’s Craft, The World Fashion









Activities

AthleticsBasketball, Ski Club, Running Club, Martial Arts Club, House Leagues, Soccer Intramurals


Student clubsChess Club, Hot Topics Club (Current Events), Healthy Living Club, Arts & Crafts, Kids in the Kitchen, Coding, Sign Language Club


Graduate Destination

- University of Toronto

- University of Waterloo

- York University

- Carleton University

- University of Windsor

- McMaster University

- University of Ottawa

- Ryerson University

- University of Ontario Institute of Technology

- Andrews University

- Burman University

- Oakwood University

- Loma Linda University

- Walla Walla University


Tuition and Fess

2020-2021 International Student Total Tuition and FeesCAD$50,850


Fees include: Tuition, Homestay Charge for Ten Months, Registration Fee, ESL course, Miscellaneous Fee, International Student Service Fee, Lunch Fee, Medical Insurance, Custodianship Fee, etc.


Remarks: Fees do not include personal pocket money, phone calls, and personal belongings.


Admissions Requirements
To be updated
Location

Location


North York is a suburban district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located directly north of Old Toronto, between Etobicoketo the west and Scarborough to the east. As of the 2011 Census, it had a population of 655,913. It was first created as a township in 1922 out of the northern part of the former city of York, a municipality that was located along the western border of Old Toronto. Following its inclusion in Metropolitan Toronto in 1954, it was one of the fastest growing parts of the region due to its proximity to Old Toronto. It was declared a borough in 1967, and later became a city in 1979, attracting high-density residences, rapid transit, and a number of corporate headquarters in North York City Centre, its central business district. In 1998, North York was amalgamated with the rest of Metropolitan Toronto to form the new city of Toronto, and has since been a secondary economic hub outside Downtown Toronto.


North York houses two of Toronto's five major shopping malls: the Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Fairview Mall. Other neighborhood malls locations include Centerpoint Mall, Bayview Village, Yorkgate Mall, Shops at Don Mills, Steeles West Market Mall, Jane Finch Mall and Sheppard Centre. It is also home to campuses of York University, Seneca College, Osgoode Hall Law School, and Tyndale University College and Seminary.




Getting Around



►3-min drive to Toronto Public Library

►3-min drive to Esther Shiner Civic Stadium

►5-min drive to North York Civic Soccer Fields

►7-min drive to West Don Parkland

►11-min drive to York University

►13-min drive to Yorkdale Shopping Centre

►14-min drive to Bayview Golf and Country Club

►15-min drive to North York General Hospital




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