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Ontario Secondary School Diploma
(OSSD) Program

The Ontario Secondary School Diploma is a diploma granted to high school graduates in the province of Ontario. It is awarded to all students who complete the Ontario education curriculum. In order to complete the curriculum students must complete 18 compulsory and 12 elective credits. A complete list of these credits is available by following the link below.

International Baccalaureate Diploma
Program (IBDP)
New – International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program - Program Fees

Starting in the 2020-21 school year, there is a fee of $3000 for the IB Diploma Program ($1500 in Grade 11 and $1500 in Grade 12).

VIEW - IB Diploma Program Fees Frequently Asked Questions

International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) information

The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) is a two-year educational programme primarily aimed at students aged 16–19. The program provides an internationally accepted qualification for entry into higher education and is recognised by many universities worldwide.

Monarch Park Collegiate has been an International Baccalaureate world school since 2007. Students in the IB Diploma Program complete rigorous academic courses that, in many cases, go well beyond the regular secondary school curriculum. Additionally, students are expected to engage in extracurricular activities and to be active members of their local and greater communities. Students in the IB Diploma Program are diligent and engaged learners and emerge from the program as well rounded individuals with the independent critical thinking skills required to be productive members of our global society. Students complete courses in 6 Subject Areas: Studies in Language and Literature, Language Acquisition, Individuals and Societies, Experimental Sciences, Mathematics and the Arts. Students also complete additional "Core Elements" which include the Theory of Knowledge course,  Extended Essay and 150 Hours of extracurricular learning and reflection (CAS - Creativity, Activity, Service).

Final exams are internationally standardized. Students write externally set exams which are marked by educators employed by the International Baccalaureate. Universities around the world recognize the program and, in many cases, offer scholarships and advanced placement for students who have achieved high scores in the IB Diploma.

Click here to download the 2020/2021 Grade 9 IB Prep Program Application Package
IB Learner Profile document
IB Mission Statement document

IB Diploma Program Graduate Testimonial

Parental Perspective

10 Reasons Why the IB Program

IB Diploma Course Offerings at Monarch Park

In the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, students study 3 subjects at the Higher Level (HL) and 3 subjects at the Standard Level (SL).

At Monarch Park, our IB Courses are:
English Literature (HL)
Mathematics (SL) 
French (SL)
Biology (HL or SL)
Chemistry (HL or SL)
Psychology (HL or SL)
Film Studies (HL or SL)

Special Education Programs

At Monarch Park Collegiate we accommodate many types of students with special education needs. All students with formal special education identification are also entitled to receive supports as outlined on their Individual Education Plan (IEP).

Independent Living Program:

Provides educational support to approximately 30 students in a fully self-contained environment. Students in this program are placed centrally through the TDSB Special Education Department.

Mobility Resource Program:

Provides support to meet the physical and learning needs of students with varying physical challenges who are taking credit courses with the support of the Mobility Resource Program (MRP). The MRP provides support that is designed to assist students who, because of their physical needs, may be unable to carry a full course load. This is scheduled as a non-credit course on these students' timetables.

Students in this program are placed centrally through the TDSB Special Education Department.

Support for Students with Learning Disabilities (LD):

Provides different levels of support to students who have been formally identified through an IPRC process with a learning disability. LD students can be supported in a variety of ways.

Students with an LD Special Education designation may take a Learning Strategies course (GLE). Students may take up to four credits in GLE during their secondary school career. This course allows students to improve their study skills in areas such as organization, studying, time-management, assignment completion, test preparation, language development and team-building. Students apply these learning strategies in their day-to-day coursework and assignments.

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