Online Study

Convoy International Secondary Academy offers a comprehensive range of online courses catered to students both within and outside Ontario, as well as overseas. Our cutting-edge online learning platform empowers students from around the world to successfully complete the Ontario high school curriculum and earn their OSSD. The Moodle Live Program seamlessly integrates live Zoom classes, engaging recorded videos, interactive textbooks, enriching reading materials, captivating PPT presentations, virtual experiments, a dynamic teacher-student forum, convenient online Q&A sessions, personalized evaluation and feedback, and hassle-free assignment submissions.

At CISA, we prioritize each and every overseas student who selects our online program, meticulously organizing their courses and closely monitoring their progress. Upon successful completion of a course, students receive full credit, while the fulfillment of graduation requirements paves the way to obtaining the prestigious OSSD. Join us today and embark on an exciting educational journey with Convoy International Secondary Academy!

  • University Preparation: Our online programs provide students worldwide with access to high-quality courses and resources, preparing them for university education and enhancing their academic performance.
  • Flexible Learning: Students can create a customized study schedule that accommodates their lifestyle, balancing academics with extracurricular activities and other commitments.
  • Diverse Course Selection: Our online platform offers a wide range of courses, empowering students to explore their interests and passions beyond local limitations, aligning their studies with their university aspirations.
  • Personalized Support: Through virtual tutoring, one-on-one guidance, and interactive resources, students receive individualized attention to strengthen their skills, overcome challenges, and excel in their chosen courses.
  • Global Perspective: Studying online connects students with a diverse global community, fostering cultural awareness, international connections, and a broader perspective to enrich their university applications and prepare them for a globalized future.
  • University Preparation: Our online programs provide students worldwide with access to high-quality courses and resources, preparing them for university education and enhancing their academic performance.
  • Flexible Learning: Students can create a customized study schedule that accommodates their lifestyle, balancing academics with extracurricular activities and other commitments.
  • Diverse Course Selection: Our online platform offers a wide range of courses, empowering students to explore their interests and passions beyond local limitations, aligning their studies with their university aspirations.
  • Personalized Support: Through virtual tutoring, one-on-one guidance, and interactive resources, students receive individualized attention to strengthen their skills, overcome challenges, and excel in their chosen courses.
  • Global Perspective: Studying online connects students with a diverse global community, fostering cultural awareness, international connections, and a broader perspective to enrich their university applications and prepare them for a globalized future.

Courses Offered

Convoy International Secondary Academy offers a diverse range of courses that equip students with essential skills in areas such as business, language proficiency, technology, and social sciences, preparing them for future success in various fields and fostering their personal and academic growth. You can check courses provided for different grades from below:

Online Programs and Fees

2023-2024

Moodle Live Online

14,000 CAD / Academic Year
  • Up to 8 credit courses
  • 32-hour live courses on Zoom for each course
  • Regular one on one meeting with Academic Advisor
  • Regular communication with parents/guardians
  • Assistance in applying to post-secondary education where applicable

Moodle Online

6,000 CAD / Academic Year
  • Up to 8 credit courses
  • Regular one on one meeting with Academic Advisor
  • Regular communication with parents/guardians
  • Assistance in applying to post-secondary education where applicable

Literacy Course

Online students who cannot physically come to school to take the OSSLT test must take the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OSSLC) as required by the ministry for graduation. The course can be taken in grade 10, 11, or 12.

750 CAD

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Ontario Secondary School Curriculum (OSSD)?
The OSSD is the curriculum framework followed by secondary schools in Ontario, Canada. It outlines the courses and requirements for high school education.
What are the requirements for obtaining an OSSD?

To obtain an OSSD, you must earn a minimum of 30 credits, complete specific compulsory credits, meet the literacy requirement by passing the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) or completing the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OLC4O), and fulfill the community involvement requirement.

How many credits do I need to graduate with an OSSD?
You need to earn a total of 30 credits to graduate with an OSSD.
What are compulsory credits and how many of them are required?
Compulsory credits are specific courses that all students must complete. You need to earn a total of 18 compulsory credits to graduate, including credits in English, math, science, Canadian history, and more.
How many elective credits do I need to complete for an OSSD?
You need to earn a minimum of 12 elective credits. Elective credits allow you to choose courses based on your interests and career goals.
Can I transfer credits from a previous school or educational system?
Yes, you may be able to transfer credits from a previous school or educational system. The transfer process involves evaluation and assessment by your new school’s guidance department.
What is the role of the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT)?
The OSSLT assesses students’ literacy skills and is a requirement for graduation. It is typically written in Grade 10 but can be attempted multiple times until it is passed. If a student has attempted the OSSLT and failed twice, they may be eligible to take the alternative Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course (OLC4O) to fulfill the literacy requirement.
Are there any additional requirements for post-secondary admission beyond the OSSD?
Post-secondary institutions may have additional admission requirements, such as specific prerequisite courses or minimum grade thresholds. In addition, some institutions may require proof of English language proficiency through exams like the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), or other similar assessments. It’s important to research and understand the specific requirements of the institutions you are interested in.
Can I earn credits outside of traditional classroom settings?
Yes, you can earn credits through various means, such as e-learning courses, cooperative education placements, independent study projects, and dual credit programs offered in collaboration with colleges or universities.
What are the different pathways within the OSSD, such as university, college, or apprenticeship pathways?
The OSSD offers various pathways to accommodate different post-secondary goals. These pathways include the university preparation stream, college preparation stream, workplace preparation stream, and apprenticeship preparation stream. Each stream prepares students for different post-secondary options.