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BSID# 669574
College Board#826573

Goals & Philosophy

Jaya International High School helps build a pathway to success. 

Academics

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)
Advanced Placement (AP)
Online High School Credit courses

 

Testing & Competition

Jaya International High School hosts various mathematics and sciences competitions throughout the year.

University guidance

We provide extensive educational plans and guidance for students that are aiming for post-secondary education.  

Basic Information

Contact Information

Enrollment Information

Application Review

  • Email the following documents to admissions@jihs.ca
    • Most recent report cards
    • Copy of the final report cards for the last two years
    • Proof of status in Canada (Canadian passport, Permanent Resident’s Card)
 
  • If you are an International Student, additional documents are required as listed below
    • Copy of a valid Study Permit issued by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)/Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC)
    • A valid health insurance 
At jihs we offer...
Online Courses (Grades 9-12)

Minimal Computer Requirments

• Windows XP Service Pack 2, OS 10.3, or better (minimum: Windows 98, Mac OS 8.6)

• Windows XP Service Pack 2, OS 10.3, or better (minimum: Windows 98, Mac OS 8.6)

• Windows Media Player 9

• A typical Office suite of applications; specifically, a word processor application, spell checker, equation editor, and a spreadsheet application are mandatory

• Math students are encouraged to use a scanner to submit handwritten assignments rather than typing up their math assignments​

• Recommended Desktop Standards: PIII, 256 MB, Macintosh G3, or better (minimum: P II 128MB)

• A DSL or better connection to the Internet

• Monitor (screen resolution 800 x 600, 16 bit colour) or better

• Minimum Bandwidth Standards Single Computer: modem. LAN – Switched 10/100 Mb

• Students taking English courses will need access to a microphone connected to their computer

Additional Software: Some courses may require access to some OSAPAC software, specifically at this time, Geometer’s Sketchpad, Simply Accounting or Smart Ideas. It is recommended that up-to-date virus, spyware, and adware protection be implemented.

OSSD Requirments

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD)

OSSD Requirments

In order to earn the Ontario Secondary School Diploma a student must:

  • Earn 18 compulsory credits
  • Earn 12 additional optional credits
  • Complete 40 hours of community involvement activities
  • Successful meet the Ontario Provincial Literacy requirement.

The Ontario Secondary School Certificate (OSSC)

The Ontario Secondary School Certificate (OSSC) will be granted, on request, to students who are leaving secondary school upon reaching the age of eighteen without having met the requirements for the Ontario Secondary School Diploma. To be granted an OSSC, a student must have earned a minimum of 14 credits, distributed as follows.

  • 2 credits in English
  • 1 credit in mathematics
  • 1 credit in science
  • 1 credit in Canadian history or Canadian geography
  • 1 credit in health and physical education
  • 1 credit in the arts, computer studies, or technological education

Student Success Guidance

Assistance will be given to students by helping them to understand their academic strengths and weaknesses, choosing appropriate courses and in making application to post-secondary institutions.

Additional Support

Assistance will be given to students by helping them to understand their academic strengths and weaknesses, choosing appropriate courses and in making application to post-secondary institutions.

Education support for parents

Parents and students may request a learning pathway form at any time to complete and review with the principal or designate. They may also request to review curriculum documents, course descriptions and prerequisites and discuss their implications.

Education and Career Planning Supports

When students begin at JIHS, they will sit with the principal or the principal’s designate to discuss their educational goals and become familiarized with the learning pathway form to best plan their educational direction. Upon completion of their studies, they will again sit with the principal or designate to prepare a personalized transition plan either for their home-school, or post-secondary directions (university, college or the workplace).

for English Language Learners

At JIHS, teachers provide learning opportunities to enable English language learners to develop a proficiency in English. These opportunities are integrated into the curriculum in all subject areas. Teachers provide instructional programs which address students’ different levels of proficiency in English and help these students adjust to a new linguistic, cultural, and educational environment.

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summer programs/credits

  • GRADE 11 FUNCTIONS, UNIVERSITY PREPARATION (MCR3U)
  • GRADE 12 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS, UNIVERSITY PREPARATION (MHF4U)
  • GRADE 12 CALCULUS AND VECTORS, UNIVERSITY PREPARATION (MCV4U)
  • GRADE 11/12 CHEMISTRY, UNIVERSITY PREPARATION (SCH3U/4U)
  • GRADE 11/12 BIOLOGY, UNIVERSITY PREPARATION (SBI3U/4U)
  • GRADE 11/12 ENGLISH, UNIVERSITY PREPARATION (ENG3U/4U)
  • and much more……
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