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Tel: (001)416-335-9839
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Principal: Darren Frake B.A., M.A. in education

With many years of teaching and administration experiences in Toronto prestigious high schools, Mr. Frake started to join CIC in 2010. His popularity in teaching and extra curriculum activities has been booming the name of CIC in the community, and also wining the high praise from the ministry.


Tracey Velletri

Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto and B.Ed. from Trent University, OCT certified teacher. Tracey was awarded with high academic achievements in her B.Ed program. Tracey has experience teaching ESL, English and Geography. Her goal in the classroom is to inspire students to become lifelong learners and make a commitment to expanding their knowledge. One way Tracey believes this can be accomplished is through building positive relationships, in a community setting, which Canada International College offers. She strives to encourage all students to believe in themselves, to hold themselves to a high standard, and to provide students the tools necessary for success.


Patrick Mifsud

BA Honours in Fine Arts, English, and Philosophy,University of Toronto "I'm a dedicated teacher who is passionate in seeing students grow and succeed in all areas, especially in their critical thinking skills. As our students are the future of our growing world, I not only focus on preparing them to be committed and outstanding students in university, but also as responsible citizens of change. In short, I believe every student has the potential to do great things. My goal is to help students achieve that potential. “


Jim Park

B.Edu.the Uni. of Western Ontario, Sci. from York and Kyung Hee Uni.Fascinated by students in the community, Jim has a flexible teaching methodology to make math and science easy to understand. He sets a high standard for himself and is a role model for students too. He joined CIC in 2009.


Elizabeth Mayne

B.Edu. From University of Toronto, H.B.A. in History and Religion from Carleton University As a reflective, dedicated and passionate educator with commitment to student and personal development, Liz is experienced in designing curriculum plans that reflect the needs of diverse students. She possesses excellent communication and adaptability skills. She is enthusiastic in teaching and students love her very much. Liz joined CIC in 2010.


Paul Cassidy

B.A. In English Literature and History from Uni. of Toronto and education “Hello! My name is Paul Cassidy and I have been teaching at Canada International College for over 3 years now. I graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with an honours degree with a specialist in English Literature and a minor in History. I moved on to complete my teaching degree and since then have been doing what I love to do. As a teacher, it is important to me that students are taught the value of education and to be able to take the knowledge and experience gained in high school and carry it with them as they


Vijay Bhatia

Master of Science, Master of Philosophy Years of teaching Math and Science including Advanced functions, Calculus & Vectors, Data Management, Chemistry and Physics at Ontario High Schools. Co-author of Essentials of Physical Chemistry - Solution Manual published in the year 1999.


Patrick Gallagher B.Edu., H.B.,

Honours Bachelor of Arts in English and History, the University of Toronto, Bachelor of Education from OUIT(Dean List) Years of experience in teaching Ontario English, ESL, Psychology and teaching ESL experience overseas. He has a passion to motivate students to explore their potential by using his knowledge and experience.


Suran Lee

B.Sc. in life science and psychology, the University of Toronto Suran teaches science and math courses at CIC. She believes that the fundamental goal of teaching is to foster learning and growth in a caring and stimulating atmosphere to help students reach their full potential.


Wendy Terry M.Edu., H.Bs.,

M.Edu, Harvard Many years of experience in teaching students English, ESL, Conversation and writing. Having been teaching at CIC for many years, CIC students are impressed by her great attitude and patience in teaching and helping students.


Jane Yang English, Beijing Foreign Studies Uni. and M.B.A. The Uni.of Texas at Dallas IELTS and TOEFL Instructor at CIC. More than 10 years of experience in teaching, translating and marketing including experience in Xinhua News Agency in China and experiences in U.S. A. She has taught at Canada International College for more than 8 years and helped numerous students successfully pass IELTS and TOEFL. She is teaching most of the IELTS students at CIC in GTA area.


Changhong Cao

Ph.D. Candidate in Engineering, the University of Toronto, M.Eng., U.S.A. TOEFL, SAT, GRE and COPE Instructor at CIC. Years of experience in teaching TOEFL, GRE and SAT in China and Canada. His teaching focuses on the best way to get the right answer promptly by analyzing past tests. At the same time, he is helping the students improve their English as much as he can. His students from CIC frequently get a score over 110 out of 120 in TOEFL. His method is very effective and helpful.


Jessica Liu

M.Edu. and B.A. in English, East China Normal University IELTS-VIP class instructor at CIC. She believes the best and fastest way to improve a student’s English and test score is to make him or her love English. She applies her skills to help students to improve their interest and their ability. Students love to attend her class because they find what they learn in class is very helpful for tests and daily English use.


Kevin Xu

M.Eng. and Director of Education As an Engineer and due to his extensive English testing background in TOEFL, IELTS, COPE, SAT, GMAT, GRE and LSAT, Kevin is enthusiastic to teach and help those who have problems in any English Language test. He was a Partner of a well-known training institute in China, and has written many articles and published books about the ways to pass English proficiency tests. He is also very helpful in helping students choose their majors and apply for university.


Graham Lee

B.A. in English and B.Edu. the University of Toronto Graham has extensive experience in teaching English, ESL and related subjects in Ontario. He has thorough knowledge in what he is teaching and the students follow him very well.


Christine Muhlberger

B.A. in Double Major-Economics and Accounting from Wilfrid Laurier and B.Edu. the University of Toronto Christine has solid knowledge in Accounting, Economics and Business and can present herself very well to the students who take her classes.


  1. Free airport pick-up and home stay arrangements ensure that CIC can provide convenience and safety;
  2. Study Plan: scheduled under the guidance of educational experts, making clear study goals, steps and efforts;
  3. Suitability of individual course choice, providing the students with a chance to choose the courses they are good at and achieve the marks required by the targeted universities;
  4. University application and major choice under the help of education experts;
  5. Parent reporting system: informing parents of the progress of the students;


Application process

  1. Understand CIC Philosophy & Admissions Criteria
  2. Fill in Application form & Submit Application Materials
  3. Sign Agreement & Pay Tuition Deposit
  4. Issue Letter of Acceptance
  5. CIC China Staff help prepare VISA Documents
  6. Prepare study permit documents
  7. Submit VISA application to Canadian Embassy & Communicate with the VISA Center
  8. VISA Approval and students pay balance of tuition
  9. Travel Scheduling

Tuition Fee

Visa Students Direct from Overseas Registration

Registration Fee CDN$200.00
Students finished 3rd Year High School CDN $20,000.00/year
(Include:8 Credit Courses, TOEFL-VIP class & Uni.
Application Help)
Students finished 2nd Year High School CDN $25,000.00/year
(Include:10 Credit Courses, TOEFL-VIP class &
Uni. Application Help)
Students finished 1st Year High School CDN $37,500.00/year
(Include:15 Credit Courses, TOEFL-VIP class &
Uni. Application Help)
Students finished Middle School CDN $50,000.00/year
(Include:20 Credit Courses, TOEFL-VIP class &
Uni. Application Help)
Materials,Extra-Curricular Activities,
Designated Travels etc.
Medical Insurance CDN$600.00/year
Visa Service (optional) CDN$2,800.00
Guardian Legal Fee(optional) CDN$500.00/year

Fee for Canadian Citizens & P.R. Registration

Registration Fee CDN$100.00
Tuition Fee CDN$1080.00/credit
Published Textbook, Materials CDN$25/book


TOEFL Weekend CDN$1280 (CIC Fulltime Student CDN$1088)
IELTS-VIP (Full time) CDN$2880 (CIC Fulltime Student CDN$2580)
IELTS Weekend/Weekday Eve CDN$1280 (CIC Fulltime Student CDN$1088)
COPE Weekend CDN$1280 (CIC Fulltime Student CDN$1088)

CIC Student Code of Conduct

AttendanceAcademic achievement is closely linked to attendance. Students are expected to attend all classes on time. If you must be absent from school, contact your counsellor at 416-416-335-9839; explain the reason for your absence, stating your name, class and teacher. Students are responsible for bringing a doctors note to their teacher, on the day of return.

Dress CodeStudents are required to dress appropriately for an effective learning environment. Presenting a bodily appearance or wearing clothing which is disruptive, provocative, revealing, profane, vulgar, offensive or obscene, is prohibited. Examples of prohibited dress or appearance include, but are not limited to, exposed undergarments; sagging pants; excessively short or tight garments; bare midriff shirts; strapless shirts; attire with messages or illustrations that are lewd, indecent, or vulgar or that advertise any product or service not permitted by law to minors.

Cellular Phones and Electronic DevicesCanada International College has a “No Cell Phone in the Classroom” policy. Cell phones/electronic devices are not permitted in the classroom for any reason or under any circumstance. Students that bring a cellphone to school must leave it at the front desk in the morning and may retrieve it at the end of the school day.

Cell Phone Use/Video Games in Class1st Offense-Phone confiscated for 3 days
2nd Offense-Phone confiscated for a week
3rd Offense-Phone confiscated for the semester

The only electronic device that students may use are:

  1. Electronic dictionaries and translators (not cellphone apps)
  2. Laptop computers (if requested by their teacher).

After School Academic Achievement SessionsCanada International College is offering academic achievement sessions to interested/identified students. The sessions will run from 4:30-5:30 pm daily, and will be supervised by Math, Science and English teachers. The sessions are open to all students and are designed to help individuals with homework, assignments and test preparation. They are mandatory for students who have been identified by parents, teachers or administration as needing extra help.

Student Responsibilities

  1. Demonstrate a commitment and readiness to learn;
  2. Be punctual and maintain regular attendance;
  3. Maintain regular communication with teachers;
  4. Take responsibility for his/her actions;
  5. Adhere to the Canada International Colleges Code of Conduct, and all school rules.

Staff Responsibilities

  1. Help and encourage students to achieve, to the best of their ability, the development of self-worth, academic success and responsible citizenship;
  2. Maintain order in the school and hold everyone to the highest standard of respectful and responsible behaviour;
  3. Communicate regularly and meaningfully with students and parents;
  4. Establish clear, fair, developmentally appropriate supports and interventions for appropriate student behaviour.


  1. A full refund, less the administration fee ($200.00) plus any applicable service fee, will be granted if Citizenship and Immigration Canada does not issue the Study Permit. To obtain a refund, the student must provide:
    a.The original Letter of Rejection from Citizenship and Immigration Canada;
    b.The original CIC Official Letter of Acceptance;
    c.The original receipt of tuition fee payment;
    d.A written refund request signed by the parent including the name and address of the cheque recipient
  2. There is no tuition deposit refund if the student has not applied for a Study Permit and has withdrawn the application;
  3. There will be no refund of the tuition fee after a Study Permit has been granted using the CIC Official letter of Acceptance, if the student chooses to withdraw for any reason;
  4. There will be no refund of any portion of the tuition fee that has been paid to CIC once the student started attending classes;
  5. There will be no refund of the tuition fee if the student is found in violation of school policies, either asked to withdraw or voluntarily withdraw from the school;
  6. There will be no refund of the tuition if the student changes immigration status during the year.

Effective Date: Sept. 8, 2009



The CIC Student Council is seeking a president, vice president(s) and council members for the school year 20xx-xx. The candidates for the president must be warm- heart and a full time student at CIC, have achieved an average of over 85 in all the courses taken, have shown great ethic both in and outside the school and have shown leadership skills both in class and outside class. Anyone interested must submitted resume and detailed proposal in a sealed envelope to the front desk by the date required.

The CIC Student Council Counsel Committee

Drama Club

Sign up today for Ms. V’s (Tracey’s) Drama Club!

Who: Any CIC student can join!

When: Wednesday’s from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.


  1. Practice fun communication with your friends and teacher
  2. Increase confidence, learn skills of listening,negotiating and communicating, expand cultural awareness, ability to think critically, learn to be creative, learn how to work in a team
  3. Expand vocabulary and learn new words

If you have any questions about the club feel free to ask me throughout the day!

Organized By: Tracey V.

Skating Club

Skating or Rollerblading

Tired of math and English?
Let's sharpen our body.
When: Saturdays - TBD


Guitar Club

  1. Do you like music?
  2. Do you like playing a musical instrument?
  3. Do you like making new friends?
  4. Do you like fun?
  5. Do you like awesomeness?

If you said yes to any of the above questions, you should come and check us out!
Informational Meeting: October 19, 2015 @ 4:15 in room A1


Come and see if this club is for you.
Hosted by our superstar musician, Paul Cassidy 


Basketball Club

Pick-Up Basketball!

When: TBD

All are welcome!
If interested, please contact Tracey V.


Art Club

  1. Interested in Drawing?
  2. Interested in Painting?
  3. Interested in Photoshop?
  4. Or another kind of art?

If the answer is YES,
Mr. Mifsud's Art Club is the choice for YOU!


Soccer Club

Canada International College’s soccer club will be starting soon.

  1. Are you ready for the fun?
  2. Can you handle excitement, competition and sportsmanship?
  3. Do you believe that a healthy and active body equals a healthy and active mind?

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, then CIC’s Soccer Club is for you!


Canada International College Soccer Club is committed to providing a fulfilling, fun soccer experience for all students regardless of experience or ability. What does this mean?-Everyone is welcome! Every player will be given the opportunity to learn the game of soccer in a safe and constructive environment. Come and join the fun!

Photography Club

The CIC Photography Club provides opportunities for anyone interested in photography to learn, share, practice, exhibit, and enjoy photographic art at all levels thorough educational and leisure activities that involve photography. The areas of photographic interests include, but not limited to: traditional and digital photography, portrait photography, nature photography, sports photography, photography for school publications and digital editing and enhancing.


Badminton Club

Sign up today for Ms. V’s (Tracey’s) Badminton Club!

Who: Any CIC student can join!

What: A Badminton club that will meet every other week after school

When: Monday’s from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

If you have any questions about the club feel free to ask me throughout the day!


Relativity Club

Who am I?

You’d like to know who he is?
Do you like to know his theory in a very EASY way?
Sign up now!


Strategy Club

Strategy - The Skill of Making or Carrying Out Plans to Achieve a Goal

  1. What is strategy thinking? Strategy planning? Strategy communication?
  2. How can a business leader best manage and use his resources most efficiently?
  3. What is critical thinking?
  4. How to use strategy in your daily life.v

Speak with Mr. Chorowiec to learn more about the importance of strategy - why it pays to have a plan. A fee of $ 5-10 will apply for materials.


Shuffle Club



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  • 1. ESL(English as a Second Language, the lowest is ESL-A and the highest is E) and OLC4O

  • 2. English Courses

  • 3. Math Courses

  • 4. Science Courses

  • 5. Social Science and Art Courses

  • 6. Business Courses

    • BBB4M(G-12 International Business)
    • CIA4U(G-12 Economics)
    • BOH4M(G-12 Leadership)
    • BAT4M(G-12 Principals of Financial Accounting)
    • BAT3M(G-11 Principals of Financial Accounting)
  • 7. Computer Courses

    • ICS4M(G-12 Computer and Information Science)
    • ICE4M(Computer Engineering)