Ottawa Carleton

Nepean - Ontario - Canada


Agosto 2023 – Giugno 2024
Agosto 2023 – Gennaio 2024
Gennaio 2024 – Giugno 2024


€ 29.535 CAD per Year per anno
€ 15.710 CAD per Semester per semestre
€ a trimestre
€ a quadrimestre


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The Ottawa Catholic School Board is located in Ottawa, Ontario which is the capital city of Canada. In addition to five foreign languages and ESL, students have the opportunity to take a wide variety of arts, honors, and dual credit courses. The Specialist High Schools Major (SHSM) program is offered for students to focus on a career path that matches their skills, interests, and talents.

The Ottawa Catholic School Board hosts varying facilities at each of its schools around Ottawa. These facilities support success and include technology labs, art studios, music rooms, dance rooms, gymnasiums, photography studios, chapels, and more.

Students in the Ottawa Catholic School District have the option to play several different sports. Other sports options include intramural sports which provide students with a fun alternative to the competitive varsity athletic program.
Students have the opportunity to develop their artistic talents through art courses at the schools. Some examples of courses students can choose from are Dance, Drama, Media Arts, and Visual Arts, all of the varying levels. There are also different art-based extracurricular activities in which students can choose to participate to further their artistic development.

Located in the nation’s capital, the Ottawa Catholic School Board is a great community for international students. With a population of a little less than one million people, Ottawa has many options for all types of people. In the city, there are a huge number of museums, art galleries, and historic sites for students to learn about the history and culture of Canada. During the winter months, students can ski or snowboard at the many ski resorts located nearby. Ottawa is also home to the Rideau Canal, the longest outdoor ice skating rink.



OCDSB schools provide instruction from Kindergarten to grade 12. Secondary schools offer courses of varying levels of difficulty designed to prepare the student for university, college, or the workplace. Students requiring extra English instruction will benefit from the school board’s integration of English as a Second Language (ESL) programming within the regular secondary school curriculum.

Students have a wide selection of courses from which to choose and are encouraged to take courses that will prepare them for post-secondary studies. OCDSB secondary schools offer courses in a variety of subjects, including computer studies, business, biology, physics, geography, economics, international languages, music, physical and health education, calculus, accounting, algebra, law, and more. Students who are not confident in their English ability can study English intensively and acculturate before starting school at the Young People’s Language School of Canada (YPLS). In association with the international student program, YPLS offers students English for Academic Purposes and introduces the organizational and social skills that give them a foundation to help them better adjust and succeed at a high school or university in Canada.

Secondary School list: A.Y: Jackson, Bell High School, Brookfield High School, Cairine Wilson Secondary School, Canterbury High School, Colonel By Secondary School, Earl of March Secondary School, Glebe Collegiate Institute, Gloucester High School, Hillcrest High School, John McCrae Secondary School, Lisgar Collegiate Institute, Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School, Merivale High School, Nepean High School, Ridgemont High School, Sir Robert Borden High School, Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School, South Carleton High School, West Carleton Secondary School, Woodroffe High School

Attività ed Escursioni

Students can also join a wide variety of clubs and activity groups such as band, chess, choir, computer, drama, homework, photography, skiing & snowboarding, and the student council.


Students are welcome to participate in competitive and non competitive sports, including: badminton, baseball, basketball, golf, hockey, rugby, soccer, track and field, football, rowing, and volleyball.


  • Application to the school/district identified
  • Definition of Academic Curriculum
  •  FEE enrollment costs
  • Pre-departure orientation
  • School enrollment
  • Full board homestay accommodation
  • District health insurance
  • Assistance during the stay with local coordinators
  • Agency Fee
  • Transportation from the airport to the host family