Full-Time OAT Students
OAT offers the full high school accredited program at Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 levels for students to earn their OSSD (Ontario Secondary School Diploma).
As an accredited Ontario high school, we use curriculum created by the Ontario Ministry of Education. Our primary focus is mathematics and sciences, as we cater to students seeking admission into mathematics, science or engineering post-secondary disciplines. At OAT, we go beyond regular curriculum expectations by offering various Technology Workshops and demonstrating to students the overlap between their technical courses. Studying at OAT, students can earn the standard courses required for acceptance into university.
Quality of Instruction:
Our small class sizes allow for ample individualized support to ensure that students are well-prepared for their post-secondary studies. Through various teaching methods such as hands-on learning, direct instruction, effective questioning, cooperative and project-based learning, we target the diverse needs of our students so they can confidently retain knowledge and apply new skills.
OAT’s faculty is comprised of teachers who are knowledgeable, experienced, and passionate about the Art of Teaching. Our instructors are certified by the Ontario College of Teachers or are graduates from Masters and PhD programs. OAT teachers aim not only to provide the highest level of instruction, but also recognize that teaching is a human-centred profession. Our instructors care about building relationships with students so that learners are comfortable to ask questions and seek extra help whenever needed. To reinforce this close dynamic, at OAT, students and teachers relate to each other on a first-name basis.
As part of OSSD requirements, we offer EQAO (Education Quality and Accountability Office) tests, as needed, in Grades 9 and 10; we also offer the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course. Additionally, due to interest among many OAT students, we also provide support for writing:
- SAT Subject Tests (Math Level I and II)
- AP Exams (College Board school code 826335)
- Euclid and CEMC Math Contests
Please don't hesitate to contact us for a full school calendar/policy document.
What does your child receive?
110 Hours of Instruction per Course plus Access to Online Classroom
Assigned And Marked
Maximum of 2 Topics per Session
Reporting To Students