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Admission Policy

XYNA's Admission Policy

Students may register for courses through the school website at www.xyna.ca or www.ehighschool.ca or by calling the Xyna International High School Admissions Office. Xyna International High School is open all year long and operates on a weekly registration cycle. Any students who have registered by Friday at 5 p.m. EST, will start their course on the following Wednesday after 6 p.m. EST; providing that all of the required documents and tuition fees have been received. When necessary, a student may also request a specific start date be arranged in advance. During the registration process, all students must supply copies of the following documents:

  • Ontario Student Transcript (OST), Credit Summary or Local School Transcript translated into English.
  • A copy of one of the following documents:
    • Birth certificate
    • Driver’s license
    • Passport
    • Citizenship card
  • Parent Permission form (students under the age of 18)
  • Consent for Release of Documents form
  • Proof of course pre-requisite

Mature students with related prior learning or work experience may apply for an exemption from a prerequisite.

Students with special learning or medical needs should submit their Individual Education Plan (IEP) and/or medical records at the time of registration so teachers may provide adequate support during courses.

Course Prerequisites

In order for a course to be properly taught and understood, instructors depend on their students to have and know the required background knowledge and skills. Students are responsible for ensuring they have obtained the necessary prerequisite for a course.

“If a parent or an adult student (a student who is eighteen years of age or older) requests that a prerequisite be waived, the principal will determine whether or not the prerequisite should be waived” (MOE, 2011a, S. 7.2.3).

Students, who do not have a course prerequisite, yet can provide reasonable evidence of prior equivalent study or work experiences may apply for a prerequisite exemption or obtain a letter of permission from their local school to obtain an exemption from a prerequisite. Students will be required to submit their school grades and all relevant work/school experience before their request is reviewed. Incomplete applications will automatically be denied.

Students who enroll in a course for which they do not have a prerequisite, and who have not obtained an exemption from the prerequisite or Letter of Permission to waive the prerequisite, may be removed from their course at any time. No tuition refund shall be granted.